Hello! I found this thread when searching for a DPX-3300 manual. Would you be able to share the manual you got from Roland?I will have a proper look at the weekend. I am moving the computer room round so every thing is in the wrong place. If you ask on the Roland support forums they may have a manual they can send you. I got a manual from the DPX-3300 from Roland!
I have two, working and a pristine operation manual. I also have four other flatbed plotters they are and always were a thing of beauty. Used to programme them in basic for work to plot drawings. They still work even from windows 11, if you know how. I wrote a spirograph type mathematical function that plots pretty patterns.I can't find any information on this plotter, and how it compares to the 1100, 1200, and 1300 (of which there is a lot of information.)
I don't! If its on a serial port just write programs in BASIC or FORTRAN than talk HPGL. If its on a printer port, you can install the simple text printer driver but I tend to use mine from Vintage equipment.Hi DXY,
I am trying to get a Sekonic SPL-450 plotter which is Roland driver compatible to work for a vintage computer room in a museum i volunteer in. I cant get it to work reliably, i'm currently trying with Windows XP with a Roland DXY-990 driver. How do you get you plotters to work with modern operating systems?