I don't know what the answer is. I already deleted the printer (three times) and Windows finds it OK and it prints from the other programs- both Win and non-Win programs. I might try a different printer, but I'm busy getting presents ready (as is everyone). If I get it figured out, I'll drop you a line. Thanks.
I'm afraid there's something going on with your computer that is not allowing us to print. I say this because this was working and now doesn't with no changes to the software. Also, as I said, this is happening from two different pieces of software that have nothing in common. It really sounds like a network issue. We use the Windows Print System that just lets Windows take care of the entire process. Other software that can print to the printer might have a more direct method of printing and so they bypass the operating system altogether.
I suspect that you can delete the printer altogether and have it re-discovered and Windows will probably be able to find that printer again.
That's really puzzling as those two programs are written in different languages which have nothing in common from a printing standpoint.
There is one thing I would try in Woodturner PRO. Go File > Options and there is a slider bar that is probably set in the middle. Slide it to the left and print again. This creates a simpler print stream and almost always fixes print issues that have to do with printer memory that may not be sufficient.
Let's start there as I currently have no suggestions for Lamination PRO. We don't know anything about whats downstream as far as printing goes. We simply open the Microsoft Print Spool system and give it a rastered print image and we're done.