User manual HP DESIGNJET T7100
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Detailed instructions for use are in the User's Guide.
[. . . ] 1st edition
Legal notices The information contained in this document is subject to change without notice. The only warranties for HP products and services are set forth in the express warranty statements accompanying such products and services. Nothing contained in other sections different from the express warranty should be construed as constituting an additional warranty. HP shall not be liable for technical and editorial errors or omissions contained herein. [. . . ] TIP: If you have a roll that is expensive or for special purposes only, use roll protection so that jobs with unspecified paper type and source will not be able to use your special roll (see Roll protection on page 91). Nesting wait time
When a job is ready to print, if Nesting is enabled, the printer will wait for more jobs to arrive in order to nest them together. You can change this waiting time from the front panel: select the Setup menu icon , then Job management options > Nest options > Select wait time. Print options
You can also cancel nest waiting by pressing the Form feed and cut key on the front panel. Nesting compatibility
Because nested pages must be printed all at the same time, they are required to share a common printing format before they can be nested together. If you routinely work with one or two file formats, and print most of your jobs with the same settings, you don't need to take any extra action to ensure nesting compatibility. Otherwise, if you want to minimize paper waste using nesting: ● Save your settings in presets, using the Embedded Web Server's Manage presets tab. You can save: ◦ ◦ ◦ ● Print-quality settings (Print quality, Max detail, More passes) Color and color adjustment settings (see Color adjustment options on page 97) Layout and mechanical settings (Margins, Mirror, Cutter)
All pages must be in one or other of the following three groups (a single nest must contain members of only one group): ◦ ◦ ◦ TIFF and JPEG, which can nest together even with different input profiles PostScript and PDF HP-GL/2 using the same color space (sRGB/aRGB/dRGB)
NOTE: CALS/G4 pages do not nest. NOTE: JPEG and TIFF pages with resolutions greater than 300 dpi may not nest with other pages in some cases. 90
Chapter 8 Print options
Use ink economically
Here are some recommendations for making economical use of ink. For draft prints, use plain paper and move the print-quality slider to the left end of the scale ('Speed'). For further economy, select custom print quality options, then select Fast and EconoMode. Clean the printheads only when needed, and clean only those printheads that need cleaning. Leave the printer permanently turned on so that it can maintain the printheads in good condition automatically. However, if it is not done, the printer may need to use much more ink later to restore the health of the printheads. Wide prints make more efficient use of ink than narrow prints, because printhead maintenance uses some ink, and its frequency is related to the number of passes made by the printheads. Therefore, nesting jobs can save ink as well as saving paper (see Nest jobs to save paper on page 89). ●
● ● To stop people from accidentally printing unimportant jobs on expensive paper. To avoid printing on a particular roll when printing from AutoCAD without interacting with the HP printer driver. , then Printing
To protect a roll, go to the front panel and select the Setup menu icon preferences > Paper options > Roll protection. NOTE: If you protect a roll, then later unload the current roll and load a new one, the new roll remains protected. That roll number will remain protected until you cancel the protection. [. . . ] Color consistency The ability to print the same colors in a particular print job, from print to print and from printer to printer. Color space A color model in which each color is repesented by a specific set of numbers. Many different color spaces can use the same color model: for instance, monitors generally use the RGB color model, but they have different color spaces, because a particular set of RGB numbers results in different colors on different monitors. Cutter A printer component that slides back and forth across the platen to cut the paper. [. . . ]
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