Introduction to Plotting in AutoCAD Printing and plotting has changed drastically since the days of release 14 - there is much more flexibility. Unfortunately, flexibility sometimes adds complexity. Plotter Configuration In R14, configuring a plotter was fairly simple. You would execute the Preferences command from the Tools pull-down menu, click on the Printer tab, click on the New button, and follow the instructions.
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Also it is a real workhorse and holds alot of ink and paper. Originally Posted by Ed Jobe We have had the cm for about the same period. No probs either. HP printers a generally not designed for high production like Xerox of KIP, but they are reasonably priced and quality machines for medium duty shops.
Originally Posted by marklabell We have the HP plus, and have thrown everything at it, make sure to max out the memory though. We have experienced no problems in the three years that we have had it besides routine maintenance.
Depending on what type of files and paper sizes that you will be using there may be some custom setup required. Have you ever used HP large format plotters? What is your current setup, and page sizes that you print to? The HP is pretty much a color only plotter, and we have a KIP for production plots, scanning and copying.
Thanks a lot guys. Glad to see that there is answer for everything in AUGI. We do Engineering, Procurement and Construction. The only colour plotting I remeber is of Overall System Architecture drawing. As a whole, I would say the load on the new machine will be minimum. These are the details I was supposed to provide you people in the first thread.
HP DESIGNJET 1050C – PLOTTER HP 1050C
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