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This User’s Reference Guide explains how to use your HP Designjet 510 or 510ps printer. The contents of this
guide are valid for both the HP Designjet 510 and the HP Designjet 510ps except where otherwise indicated.
This chapter contains the following topics:
• Introducing the documentation
Introduces your printer’s documentation.
• Introducing your printer
Contains a brief overview of the printer. It contains information about the printer’s features and what is
included with the
Introducing the documentation You have the following resources to help you in using your printer. •The Assembly and Set-up Poster comes with your printer and shows step-by-step information on how to prepare your printer for use. •This User’s Reference Guide explains the details of using your printer. For more day-to-day guidance you can refer to the Pocket Guide. •The Pocket Guide gives information that you are most likely to need for printer operation on a daily basis, such as loading paper
Introducing your printer • Your printer’s main features A general overview of the major features of your printer. • HP ink supplies A description of the HP ink supplies required for your printer. • Print resolution Specifications of the print resolution for your printer. • Paper A description of the different types of paper available for your printer. • User interface A description of the printer’s user interface. • Memory Details of internal memory and memory options available with your printer
Your printer’s main features The HP Designjet 510 printer is designed for individuals or small work-groups in architecture, engineering and construction (AEC), and mechanical CAD design. The HP Designjet 510ps printer is designed for individuals or small work-groups in advertising agencies, in-house graphic departments that specialize in packaging, point-of-sale material and events, as well as other graphics applications. For the complete printing solution, HP also offers a wide range of pape
• Unattendedness: The printer includes a modular ink delivery system, with up to 69-cc cartridge capacity, and long-life printheads which last, on average, through ten black ink cartridges and six color ink cartridges, depending on use. This modular system allows you to replace individual ink supplies separately, as needed, and also provides automatic alignment and cutting and stacking of finished prints in the paper bin, enabling continuous and unattended printing. In addition, the printer
HP ink supplies HP ink supplies for your printer contain two components: printheads and ink cartridges. The printer uses the following HP ink supplies: • Black ink cartridges are HP No 82 supplies. • Cyan, magenta and yellow cartridges are HP No 82 supplies. They are available in 28 and 69 ml sizes. • All printheads are HP No 11 supplies. Each 600-dpi thermal inkjet printhead applies thousands of ink droplets onto the paper. The printer automatically refills the printhead as it prints, enablin
Print resolution Your printer provides two different print modes that change the print resolutions of each of the print quality modes. These different print modes are optimized for: Line Drawings/Text or Images. You can then choose between three levels of print quality for each of the print modes: Best, Normal or Fast, from your software or from the printer's front panel. With the Best mode selected, you have an additional selection available to provide maximum detail for your printed image b
Paper You can print on roll or sheet paper up to 42 in (1066.8 mm) wide with the A0+/E+ size printer and up to 24 in (609.6 mm) with the D/A1 size printer. For a list of the supported paper types, see Physical characteristics of paper types.
User interface The printer’s front panel includes an easy-to-use interface with a display, giving you access to a comprehensive set of printer functions. See Navigating the menu system for a short tutorial to teach you how to navigate through the menus and for a description of internal prints.
Memory The printer comes with 160 MB of internal Random Access Memory (RAM). Additional memory can be added to the HP-GL/2 Accessory card that came with the printer. You can add 256 MB (part number CH654A) of memory for large-file processing and improved printing.
Drivers Always use the right driver (configured correctly) for the combination of your application software and your printer to ensure that your printer prints exactly what you were expecting in terms of: size, position, orientation, color and quality. NOTE: Many software applications include their own drivers. Your printer comes supplied with: • Windows drivers • Mac OS X drivers • RIP software, for the HP Designjet 510ps only
Front view of printer Ink cartridge Printhead Power Front panel switch/indicator
Printer connections Your printer can be connected directly to your Connection computer via the traditional parallel interface or through the Universal Serial Bus (USB) port. For Local Area Network (LAN) connection your printer can be fitted with an optional HP Jetdirect Print Server Fast Ethernet 10/100 base TX network interface card. See the Assembly and Set-up Poster for information on connecting your printer to a computer or network. Power socket Parallel port connection USB connectio
Paper and ink Your printer can use a variety of papers. The recommended papers are designed for use with your printer and your printer’s ink system to give you the best results. This chapter contains the following topics: • Paper choice explains how to choose the correct paper type. Choosing the correct paper type for your needs is an essential step in ensuring good print quality. • Roll paper details the procedures used for loading and unloading your roll paper. • Sheet paper details the proc
Paper choice • Choosing paper Your printer supports several types of paper. Choosing the best paper type for your needs is an essential step in ensuring good print quality. These topics help you to select the best paper for your particular printing task. • Paper types Detailed information concerning the different types of paper available for your printer. This includes information on: the types of paper supported, their physical characteristics, quality selection, handling and how to obtain
Choosing paper For best printing results, use only genuine Hewlett-Packard papers, whose reliability and performance have been developed and thoroughly tested. All Hewlett-Packard printing components (printer, ink system and paper) have been designed to work together to give trouble-free performance and optimal print quality. For detailed information on Hewlett-Packard paper, see Paper types . You should also take note of some important points about paper: • This printer supports many types o
Paper types The following topics address the various types of paper available, their particular use and how to obtain information about them. • Physical characteristics of paper types Details the physical characteristics of each of the supported paper types. • Combinations of paper type and print quality selection Gives guidelines for selecting the correct Print Quality selection for the type of paper you are using. • Handling your paper Explains the precautions to take when handling paper. • O
Physical characteristics of paper types The following table lists the physical characteristics and selection numbers of supported HP Premium Printing Material. Always print on the image side with the special coating; the image side faces outwards on roll products from Hewlett-Packard. There are frequent changes to the list of supported papers; you can find the updated list at http://www.hp.com/go/graphic-arts/. Key to availability: • (a) indicates papers available in Asia, excluding Japan. •
HP Universal Bond Paper Plain Paper Q1396A Q1397A Q1398A 21 lb. (80 g/m²) – 150 ft (45.7 m) HP Fluorescent Yellow Coloured Paper Coated Paper Q1757A (e) 100 g/m² – 150 ft (45.7 m) HP Yellow Coloured Paper Coated Paper Q1760A (en) 92 g/m² – 150 ft (45.7 m) 18 in 24 in 36 in 42 in HP Technical Paper Front panel name 458 mm 610 mm 914 mm 1067 mm HP Natural Tracing Paper Natural Tracing Paper C3869A (*) C3868A (*) 90 g/m² – 150 ft (45.7 m) HP Translucent Bond Paper Translucent Bond C3860A (ajn*) C38
HP Universal High-gloss Photo Paper High-Gloss Photo Q1426A (aejn) Q1427A (aejn) 190 g/m² – 100 ft (30.5 m) HP Universal Semi-gloss Photo Paper High-Gloss Photo C3860A (ajn*) C3859A (ln*) 190 g/m² – 100 ft (30.5 m) 18 in 24 in 36 in 42 in HP Proofing Paper Front panel name 458 mm 610 mm 914 mm 1067 mm HP Professional Semi-gloss Contract Proofing High-Gloss Photo Q8049A (en) Q7971A (en) Q8909A (en) Q8910A (en) Paper 235 g/m² – 100 ft (30.5 m) / 13 × 19 in, 50 sheets HP Matte Proofing Paper Heavy
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