User manual HP DESIGNJET Z6200
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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. [. . . ] It then calibrates the printers to deliver print-to-print and printer-to-printer consistency with less than half the color error of earlier HP Designjets, under all environmental conditions, and even on unknown (not factory-profiled) paper types. A built-in white calibration tile, which is protected by an automatic shutter, ensures reliable measurements that meet international standards. The printer, color-imaging pipeline, and professional-quality spectrophotometer with GretagMacbeth i1 color technology are integrated with the HP Color Center software for the Z6200. Giving the calibration and profiling processes direct access to the writing system allows precise control of ink levels and color separations for each printed color patch. The automated measurement process eliminates the need to handle the test print, provides repeatable drying times, and allows fast measurements with precise electromechanical positioning of the spectrophotometer over the color patch. This provides unprecedented ease of use and matches or exceeds the performance of more expensive offline, handheld profiling systems. ENWW
Color and your printer
A summary of the color-management process
To get the accurate and consistent colors that you want, follow these steps for each paper type that you use. If the printer does not recognize your paper type, add the type to the printer's list of known papers. Perform this calibration when a printer alert recommends this calibration (typically, every few weeks for each paper type you use). In addition, calibrate immediately before a particularly important print job in which color consistency is vital. Profiling does not normally need to be repeated; after you have a profile for a particular paper type, you can continue to use it. However, re-profiling does no harm, and some users repeat the profiling process every month to ensure that the profile is up-to-date. When printing, select the correct color profile for the paper type that you are using. Paper types that are defined in the printer also have color profiles stored in the printer. If you define a new paper type, the printer automatically leads you through calibration and profiling. The following diagram shows the operations that the HP Color Center performs, in order. Chapter 7 Color management
NOTE: You can perform all three operations in sequence, as shown. You can also choose to start with or stop after any of the three operations. However, color calibration is performed automatically after you add a new paper type. Color calibration
Your printer uses color calibration to produce consistent colors with the specific printheads, inks, and paper type that you are using, and in your particular environmental conditions. After color calibration, you can expect to get identical prints from any two different printers that are situated in different geographical locations. Calibration should be done in any of the following circumstances: ● ● ● ● ● Whenever a printhead is replaced Whenever a new paper type is introduced that has not yet been calibrated with the current set of printheads Whenever a certain amount of printing has been done since the last calibration Whenever the printer has been turned off for a long period of time Whenever the environmental conditions (temperature and humidity) change significantly
The printer usually reminds you with an alert whenever you need to perform color calibration, unless you have disabled the alerts. [. . . ] One way to minimize uncontrolled ESDs, and therefore reduce this type of damage is by touching any exposed grounded part of the product (mainly metal parts) before handling ESD sensitive devices (such as the printheads or ink cartridges). Additionally, to reduce the generation of electrostatic charge in your body try to avoid working in a carpeted area, and keep your body movements to a minimum when handling ESD sensitive devices. Ethernet A popular computer networking technology for local area networks. Firmware Software that controls your printer's functionality and is stored semi-permanently in the printer (it can be updated). [. . . ]
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