Canon imagePROGRAF W6400 user manual

User manual for the device Canon imagePROGRAF W6400

Device: Canon imagePROGRAF W6400
Size: 21,21 MB
Date of adding : 2014-07-16 15:32:54
Number of pages: 404
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TOP
Chapter 1
Chapter 1 Basic Procedures
Basic Procedures
Chapter 2
Chapter 2 Using a Variety of Media
Using a Variety of
Media
Chapter 3
Chapter 3 Printing Methods for Different
Printing Methods for
Different Objectives
Objectives
User’s Guide
Chapter 4
Chapter 4 Maintaining the Printer
Maintaining the
Printer
Chapter 5
Quick Menu Chapter 5 Using the Printer in a Net-
Using the Printer in a
Network Environ-
work Environment
Loading Roll Media
ment
Chapter 6
Unexpected Printing Results
Ch

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How to Use This Guide TOP How to Use This Guide Chapter 1 Basic Procedures How to Use the Top Page • Move to top page, chapter contents pages, contents pages, and indexed pages. Chapter 2 Using a Variety of • Move to the previous/next page. Media • Return to the previous screen. Chapter 3 Printing Methods for Different Objectives Chapter 4 Maintaining the • Move to each chapter contents Printer page. Chapter 5 • Move to frequently used topics. Using the Printer in a Network Environ- ment Ch

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How to Use This Guide TOP How to Use the Chapter Contents Pages Chapter 1 • Move to top page, chapter contents pages, contents pages, and indexed pages. Basic Procedures • Move to the previous/next page. • Return to the previous screen. Chapter 2 Using a Variety of Media • Click the contents page to move to Chapter 3 the topic pages. Printing Methods for Different Objectives Chapter 4 Maintaining the Printer • Click on the ❒ checkbox, then click the Start Print button to print the Chapter 5

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TOP Chapter 1 Basic Procedures Chapter 1 Basic Procedures Click on the checkbox to print the section contents. Printer Part Names .....................................................................................1-2 Printer Main Unit ....................................................................................................1-2 Chapter 2 Using a Variety of Switching the Printer On and Off ................................................................1-7 Media Switching the Printer

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Printer Part Names TOP Printer Part Names Chapter 1 Basic Procedures d Maintenance Cartridge Printer Main Unit The cartridge that vacuums and collects excess ink. Chapter 2 When you see the message prompt that tells you to Using a Variety of Front View replace the maintenance cartridge, replace the cartridge. Media (→ P.4-16) a f e Maintenance cartridge cover Chapter 3 Printing Methods for b g Open this cover to replace the maintenance cartridge. Different Objectives (→ P.4-16) c f Opera

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Printer Part Names TOP Back View Interface connection point on the back Chapter 1 Basic Procedures a a Chapter 2 b c Using a Variety of d Media e f Chapter 3 g a Expansion board slot Printing Methods for b Different Objectives Provided for network interface or IEEE1394 expansion a Release lever board. Remove the two screws and insert the board. The lever that releases the media. Push this lever toward Chapter 4 (→ Quick Start Guide) Maintaining the the back to release pressure when you

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Printer Part Names TOP f Upper cover stopper Inside the Upper Cover This arm prevents the upper cover from falling. To close Chapter 1 the upper cover, just lift and hold the stopper up then Basic Procedures close the upper cover. f Chapter 2 Using a Variety of Media Chapter 3 Printing Methods for Different Objectives a Chapter 4 b Maintaining the Printer c d e Chapter 5 Using the Printer in a a Carriage rail Network Environ- The carriage moves on this rail. ment b Paper restraint Chapte

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Printer Part Names TOP f Printhead height adjustment lever Carriage (Inside Upper Cover) Use to adjust the height of the printhead. You will need to Chapter 1 adjust the height of the printhead for high quality printing, Basic Procedures a or depending on the media you use. (→ P.2-40) g Carriage f Chapter 2 The important part that moves the printhead during print- Using a Variety of b ing. g Media c Chapter 3 d Printing Methods for e Different Objectives Chapter 4 a Carriage cover Maintain

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Printer Part Names TOP Inside the Right Front Cover Chapter 1 a Basic Procedures b c d g e h f Chapter 2 i Using a Variety of j Media k l Chapter 3 a Y Ink Tank Cover Printing Methods for Different Objectives b M Ink Tank Cover c PM Ink Tank Cover Chapter 4 d C Ink Tank Cover Maintaining the Printer e PC Ink Tank Cover f Bk/MBk Ink Tank Covers Chapter 5 These covers lock and protect the ink tanks. Open this Using the Printer in a cover to replace an ink tank. Network Environ- ment g Y Ink

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Switching the Printer On and Off TOP Switching the Printer On and Off Chapter 1 Basic Procedures Follow the procedure below to switch the printer on and off. Processing to prepare the printer starts after the Online lamp and Message lamp start flashing. After preparation processing is completed and media is Note Chapter 2 loaded, the Online lamp light, and the printer is Using a Variety of Now we will show you examples of how to use the ready to print. Media printer for normal operations

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Switching the Printer On and Off TOP 2 Press and hold down the Power button until Switching the Printer Off you see Shut Down.. in the display then Chapter 1 When you are finished using the printer, follow this Basic Procedures release the button. procedure to switch the printer off. Information Power Data Shut Down.. Please Wait.. Message Cleaning Chapter 2 (3 sec.) Important Stop/Eject (1 sec.) Online Using a Variety of Never switch the printer off, and never unplug its Media Offline po

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Switching the Printer On and Off TOP Online and Offline Note Chapter 1 Use the Use Power Save and Sleep Timer settings Basic Procedures When the Printer Is Operating on the printer operation panel to set the sleep mode This printer has three operation modes: online, offline on/off timing. When Use Power Save is set On, you and menu mode. Each mode is described below. can use the Sleep Timer to set the length of time until Chapter 2 Online mode Using a Variety of the printer enters slee

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Switching the Printer On and Off TOP Offline Mode How to Switch Modes Press the Online button to switch the operation mode. Information Power Chapter 1 Data Offline Basic Procedures Feed Paper Message Cleaning (3 sec.) Stop/Eject 1 Press the Online button then select the (1 sec.) Online operation mode. Offline Chapter 2 Menu Using a Variety of Every time you press the Online button, the mode With Offline displayed on the operation panel, the Media selection changes in this or

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What’s On the Operation Panel? TOP What’s On the Operation Panel? Chapter 1 Basic Procedures The printer operation panel of this printer provides a display Print Job Processing (a), 10 buttons (b) and 5 lamps (c). Printing... “Viewing the Display” (→ P.1-11) Chapter 2 “Using the Operation Panel Buttons” (→ P.1-12) Using a Variety of Media “Reading Operation Panel Lamps” (→ P.1-14) Line 1: The first line of the display indicates the current Information Power a Chapter 3 Data processing s

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What’s On the Operation Panel? TOP Current Selection Using the Operation Panel Buttons Chapter 1 Media Type The buttons on the operation panel are used for the Basic Procedures = Plain Paper functions described below. Information Power Line 1: Data Chapter 2 a Displays the items on the menu. Message Cleaning Using a Variety of (3 sec.) Line 2: Media Stop/Eject (1 sec.) Online Displays the item or value of the setting. b A setting prefixed with an equals sign (=) indicates the Chapter

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What’s On the Operation Panel? TOP Information Power Information Power Data Data Chapter 1 e Message Message Basic Procedures Cleaning Cleaning (3 sec.) (3 sec.) Stop/Eject Stop/Eject i (1 sec.) Online (1 sec.) Online c f g j Chapter 2 d Offline Offline h Menu Using a Variety of Menu Media g[ ] button c Paper Source button Printer offline: Online, Offline, Menu Display Status: Chapter 3 Press and hold for 1 second to move the carriage to Press and hold for 1 second or more to switch Printi

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What’s On the Operation Panel? TOP d Cut Sheet lamp Reading Operation Panel Lamps On: Chapter 1 The lamps on the operation panel indicate the following Cut sheet is selected as the paper source. Basic Procedures states. e Online lamp On: Information Power Chapter 2 a The printer is online or the printer is processing a print Data Using a Variety of Message job or sleeping. Cleaning Media b (3 sec.) Off: Stop/Eject (1 sec.) Online c The printer is offline or in pause mode, in menu display

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Function Menus TOP Function Menus Chapter 1 Basic Procedures You can use the operation panel to access and use all the functions built into the printer. You can use the menus to perform system settings, set up options, clean the Chapter 2 printhead, perform test prints and other functions. You can Using a Variety of Media press the Information button at any time to view the submenus and read information about the ink levels, media, Chapter 3 and height of the printhead. Printing Methods f

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Nozzle Check Roll Length Set Counter Cut Count Coverage Job Log Interface Error Log Media Type MAC Address Print Size Ext. Interface Print Time RAM Print End Time Version Information Print Start Time Job Status Menu Map Page Count Print Job Log User Name Media Details Document Name Status Print Test Print Reset MediaType Language Date Format Time Zone Y Ink Tank Length Unit M Ink Tank Use Power Save PM Ink Tank Sleep Timer C Ink Tank Stop Ink Check PC Ink Tank Nozzle Check Bk Ink Tank Med.type W

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Function Menus TOP 2 Press the Online button then select MAIN How to Perform Function Menu Set- MENU. Chapter 1 tings Basic Procedures MAIN MENU When you do the function menu settings, press Online to Head Cleaning Cleaning (3 sec.) display the menus, then use the [ ], [ ], [ ], [ ], and Stop/Eject (1 sec.) Online Chapter 2 OK buttons to operate the menus. Using a Variety of Media Making Settings Here we will show you how set the sleep timer as an 3 Press the [ ] or [ ] button to select


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