So as my Risearch continues I was able to figure out a lot of things since my last post.
The Riso PC Interface Card is the same thing as the NEO-ROSA PCB I was missing. Thanks Riso for not pointing that out anywhere. Distributors were not helpful either. They were nice enough to answer some questions, like telling me how expensive the PC Interface Card is new from a distributor ($700+ USD) but if I didn’t know specifically what I wanted (part number) they couldn’t really help me. It’s fair, these printers are meant for corporate use so I get it.
I’ve been continuing my ‘risearch’ as I like to call it for my Riso EZ220. Just thought I’d voice my (late-night) frustration at how hard it is to find information on how to troubleshoot Riso machines. Regardless, I’m learning a lot and it’s always fun when you figure out something on your own! Though, most of my successes have been through no ingenuity other than turning it off, jiggling some back wires, and turning it back on again.
Hey everyone! I started a new layout on Squarespace again because I wanted to try their shopping options. My old webhost on monoclecat.net was renewing soon and once I did the math I saw that I’d be spending about as much on webhosting+themes and plugins than I would with an account on Squarespace. It has changed a lot since I left in 2015 so I’m excited to putter around again!