Crop marks may not be read if the material has creases or wrinkles. Stretch the creases or wrinkles out and load the material again. If the crop marks still fail to be read, prepare new material without creases or wrinkles and repeat the operation from printing the data.
Set the color of crop marks to black, specify 100% density, and print the data again.
Make the crop marks perfect circles 10 mm(0-3/8in.) in diameter. The machine can only detect crop marks in the prescribed shape.
Refer to "Setting Margins and Distance between Crop Marks" and place the crop marks at the correct positions.
Set the [ROTATE] menu to [0deg] when using crop marks. Crop marks cannot be read if set to [90deg].
If direct sunlight or indoor light hits the cutting carriage sensor, crop marks may not be detected. Move the machine to a location where direct sunlight or indoor light does not hit the machine.
In such cases, perform alignment in Tool Mode.
Crop marks cannot be detected in the following cases:
• The left and right crop marks are slanted by 5 degrees or more with respect to the moving direction of the carriage.
• The crop marks are offset by 20 mm or more in the material-feed direction.
Set the distance specified by the program correctly in the machine.
If the angle formed by the two lines connecting the center of the three crop marks is not 90 degrees, the crop marks cannot be read. Crop marks cannot be read if the distance between crop marks in the material-feed direction is 500 mm (19-11/16in.) or more.
If the size is expanded or reduced when printing, the crop marks cannot be read when cutting. Print the data by specifying 100% for the magnification.