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Plot queue setting for Konica/Minolta

Plot queue setting for Konica/Minolta

Plot queue setting for Konica/Minolta

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Hey guys,

  Im plotting to a Konica/Minolta C350 printer. Using the queue below I can get 8.5x11 plots but I cant seem to get it to switch to the 11x17 tray for larger plots. Any suggestions on how to tweak the settings to get 11x17 output??? BTW this machine doesnt seem to like postscript.

Thanks,
 Gergs

BIZ1_PJ
   Despooler Name          = UGIIHP
   Plotter Vendor          = HEWLETT-PACKARD
   Plotter Type            = Electrostatic
   Number Of Pens          = 8
   Controller ID           =
   Plotter Model           = 7600
   Plotter Switches        = /2/PJ/SP=CN/AR/PS
   Media Control           = Continuous Form
   Distance Between Plots  = 0
   Output Mode             = Queue
   Plotter Com Line        =
   System Queue Name       = \\FTTWINSRV02\BIZHUB1
   Directory Pathname      =
   Tape Density            = 1600
   Message Interval        =
   Message Com Line        =
   Horizontal Maximum      = 0
   Vertical Maximum        = 0
   Steps Per Inch          = 1016
   Optimization Level      = None

RE: Plot queue setting for Konica/Minolta

You need to create a second plot queue that specifies the proper paper size. On the plotter switches line, add a /17.

UG, prior to NX3, doesn't support multiple paper sizes in a single plot queue. Since NX3 uses different plotting software, I don't know what it does.

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