I have a Canon IR105 that I need to use for high speed printing and I have tried several different drivers and am only printing at about 30 to 40 ppm rather than 105! My documents are simple pdf's and...
The Canon IR105 is capable of printing UP TO 105 pages per minute. this will vary on the type of document you are printing. You might try converting the PDF documents to another format to see if you get improvement on the output speed. It is possible that the PDF format requires additional processing to reproduce the page which in turn translates into a slower replication rate.
You mentioned you already have tried several drivers, so if you are using the correct driver, you should be getting the maximum printing rate the macine is capable of. You might also check the PDF print properties to see if there are any settings you can tweak that which will produce a faster rendering speed without affecting document quality loss.
Remember that printing, either direct or over a network also is dependant on the system or machine transmitting the print message. I had this same problem and when I contacted Canon, my support rep reminded me of the "UP TO" phrase. Personally, I find the advertisement to be misleading however correct.
Hope this helps FixYa! Please supply feedback if you found this information to be at all helpful. You can speak to a Canon support rep directly by calling toll free 800-OK-CANON.
Apr 08, 2010 |
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