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My plotter is recieving info. but takes forever to start plotting.

My HP Designjet is recieving information but takes forever to start to plot.

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Try turning the nesting function off. This can save paper when you are doing high volume printing, particularly with smaller drawings but wil cause extreme delays if there isn't a steady flow of drawings going to the plotter.

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This is just a stab in the dark for me, but I am familiar with plotters in general, just not the many formats to print from..



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if connected via ethernet cable then i believe you have a bad network card, if connected via parrallel, then check to make sure the cable is not over 15 feet in length. also try to uninstall and reinstall the drivers on your computer as they sometimes become corrupt. Good luck!

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**you need a good driver:
whilst ordinary printer drivers may treat plotters like very large, slow, desktop printers, our driver uses the native vector graphics capabilities of your large format plotter to render CAD and line drawings at maximum speed.

Go here
www.plotterdriver.it

Third Party Product;
and they are those recommended from HP, Autodesk and work great with Corel Draw, Power Point, Micrografx Designer, EXCELL, Lotus, Word and all vectorial-oriented Windows applications, under W95, W98, WME, NT 4.0, W2000, WinXP, Win VISTA.

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In my 8 years of servicing plotters I haven't seen published specs as far as the paper thickness goes.But from experience and seeing my customers produce problems free plots, you don't want to plot on anything past 30 lb media. 99% of plots are done in the 18-24lbs range. Media Types: Paper (plain, vellum, coated, glossy) Film (vellum, coated, glossy, clear, matte), Translucent Bond for Black output only
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