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Real difference between HP DesignJet Z6100 & Z6100PS

Real difference between HP DesignJet Z6100 & Z6100PS

Real difference between HP DesignJet Z6100 & Z6100PS

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Is there a way to make an HP DesignJet Z6100 into a Z6100PS?  Is there a physical component that allows for postscript printing on the standard 6100?

RE: Real difference between HP DesignJet Z6100 & Z6100PS

You would need to reprogram the processor board, probably.  However, this question is probably better suited for www.tek-tips.com, which is more computer hardware and software oriented.

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RE: Real difference between HP DesignJet Z6100 & Z6100PS

Probably a bit late - it is normally a different or extra PROM in the printer.  If it handles PS as well as HPGL it  will have an extra PROM.  If it handles only PS then it is a different PROM.

RE: Real difference between HP DesignJet Z6100 & Z6100PS

About the only systems that use PROMs these days are old-time military systems...

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