HP DesignJet T1700 Printer Series User Guide

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Edition 1 Legal notices Trademarks, Copyright 2017 HP Development Company The information contained herein is subject to Adobe Acrobat Adobe Photoshop and. L P change without notice Adobe PostScript 3 are trademarks of Adobe. Systems Incorporated,The only warranties for HP products and. services are set forth in the express warranty ENERGY STAR and the ENERGY STAR mark are. statement accompanying such products and registered U S trademarks. services Nothing herein should be construed as, constituting an additional warranty HP shall not Microsoft and Windows are U S registered. be liable for technical or editorial errors or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. omissions contained herein,PANTONE is Pantone Inc s check standard. trademark for color,IPv6 ready,Table of contents,1 Introduction 1.
Welcome to your printer 2,Safety precautions 2,Main components 6. Turn the printer on and off 9,Front panel 10,HP Utility 13. Embedded Web Server 14,Demo prints 14,Configure your printer 14. Mobile printing 22,Accessibility 22,Other sources of information 23. 2 Paper handling 24,General advice 25,Load a roll onto the spindle 25.
Load a roll into the printer 28,Unload a roll 30,Load a single sheet 31. Unload a single sheet 32,View information about the paper 32. Paper presets 32,Printing paper info 33,Move the paper 34. Maintain paper 34,Change the drying time 34,Turn the automatic cutter on and off 34. Feed and cut the paper 35,3 Working with two rolls T1700dr only 36.
Advantages of a multiroll printer 37,How the printer allocates jobs to paper rolls 37. 4 Networking 39,Introduction 40,Control network protocols 40. Front panel menu items 40,Link configuration methods 43. Troubleshooting 44,5 Printing 47,Introduction 48,Print from a USB flash drive 48. Print from a computer using a printer driver 49,Advanced print settings 49.
6 Mobile printing 61,Mobile printing 62,Print from in OS 62. Print by email HP ePrint 63,Print and share from the HP Smart App 63. Mobile specifications 63,7 Job queue management 64. Job queue in the front panel 65, Job queue in the Embedded Web Server or HP DesignJet Utility 69. 8 Color management 72,Introduction 73,How colors are represented 73.
A summary of the color management process 73,Color calibration 73. Color management from printer drivers 74,Color management from the front panel 77. 9 Practical printing examples 78, Print a draft for revision with the correct scale 79. Print a document with the correct colors 80,Print a project 85. Print a presentation 88,Print and scale from Microsoft Office 90.
10 Retrieving printer usage information 94,Get printer accounting information 94. Check usage statistics 94,Check usage statistics for a job 96. 11 Handling ink cartridges and printheads 97,About the ink cartridges 98. Check the ink cartridges status 98,Remove an ink cartridge 98. Insert an ink cartridge 99,About the printheads 101.
Check the printhead status 101,Remove a printhead 102. Insert a printhead 104,Safe mode 107,12 Maintaining the printer 108. Check printer status 109,Clean the exterior of the printer 109. Maintain the ink cartridges 109,Move or store the printer 109. Update the firmware 110,Update the software 111,Printer maintenance kits 111.
Secure Disk Erase 112,13 Accessories 113,How to order supplies and accessories 114. Introduction to the accessories 118,Disposal instructions 118. 14 Troubleshooting paper issues 119,Paper cannot be loaded successfully 120. Paper type is not in the driver 121,Printer printed on the wrong paper type 122. Automatic cut not available 122,On hold for paper 123.
Roll paper will not advance 124,Paper has jammed 124. A strip stays on the output tray and generates jams 127. Printer displays out of paper when paper is available 127. Prints do not fall neatly into the basket 127, Sheet stays in the printer when the print has been completed 127. Paper is cut when the print has been completed 127. Cutter does not cut well 127,Roll is loose on the spindle 128. Recalibrate the paper advance 128,15 Troubleshooting print quality issues 130. General advice 131,Horizontal lines across the image banding 131.
Whole image is blurry or grainy 132,Paper is not flat 133. Print is scuffed or scratched 133,Ink marks on the paper 133. Black horizontal lines on yellow background 134,Black ink comes off when you touch the print 134. Edges of objects are stepped or not sharp 135,Edges of objects are darker than expected 135. Horizontal lines at the end of a cut sheet print 135. Vertical lines of different colors 135,White spots on the print 136.
Colors are inaccurate 136,Colors are fading 137,Image is incomplete clipped at the bottom 137. Image is clipped 137, Some objects are missing from the printed image 138. Lines are too thick too thin or missing 138,Lines appear stepped or jagged 139. Lines print double or in the wrong colors 139,Lines are discontinuous 140. Lines are blurred 140,Line lengths are inaccurate 141.
Image Diagnostics Print 141,If you still have a problem 143. 16 Troubleshooting ink cartridge and printhead issues 144. Cannot insert an ink cartridge 145,Ink cartridge status messages 145. Cannot insert a printhead 145, Front panel recommends reseating or replacing a printhead 145. Clean the printheads 146,Clean the printhead drop detector 147. Align the printheads 149,Printhead status messages 151.
17 Troubleshooting general printer issues 152,Printer does not print 153. Front panel fails to initialize 153,Printer seems slow 153. Communication failures between computer and printer 154. Cannot access the Embedded Web Server 154,Cannot connect to the Internet 154. Web Services issues 155,Automatic file system check 155. Alerts 155,18 Front panel error messages 156,System error log 156.
19 HP Customer Care 157,Introduction 158,HP Professional Services 158. Customer Self Repair 159,Contact HP Support 159,20 Printer specifications 160. Functional specifications 161,Physical specifications 162. Memory specifications 162,Power specifications 162. Ecological specifications 162,Environmental specifications 163.
Acoustic specifications 163,Glossary 164,1 Introduction. Welcome to your printer,Safety precautions,Main components. Turn the printer on and off,Front panel,HP Utility. Embedded Web Server,Demo prints,Configure your printer. Mobile printing,Accessibility,Other sources of information.
Welcome to your printer, Your printer is a color inkjet printer designed for printing high quality images on paper up to 1118 mm 44 in. wide Some major features of the printer are shown below. Print resolution of up to 2400 1200 optimized dpi from a 1200 1200 dpi input using the Best print. quality option the Maximum Detail option and photo paper. The printer can be controlled from its front panel or from a remote computer using the Embedded Web. Server HP DesignJet Utility or HP Click Printing Software see http www hp com go designjetclick. Touch sensitive front panel in color with an intuitive graphical user interface. Job previews in the front panel,Job previews on remote computers. Includes Web connected features such as automatic firmware updates HP ePrint and Mobile Printing. Driverless printing Files in common graphical formats can be printed directly without needing a printer. driver Just insert a USB flash drive or use HP Click Printing Software. Paper flexibility and automatic easy load see Paper handling on page 24 with information and presets. accessible from the front panel and the HP DesignJet Utility. Handles cut sheet and roll paper,Six ink system, Accurate and consistent color reproduction with automatic color calibration. Economode for printing economically, Two rolls loaded at once T1700dr only provide fast and easy switching between different rolls or long. runs of unattended printing, High productivity features such as job previewing and nesting using HP Click Printing Software.
Ink and paper usage information available from the Embedded Web Server see Embedded Web Server. on page 14, Access to the online HP Support Center see HP Support Center on page 158. Safety precautions, Read these safety precautions before using your printer Also read your local Environmental Health and Safety. regulations, This equipment is not suitable for use in locations where children are likely to be present. For any maintenance or part replacement follow the instructions provided in HP documentation to minimize. safety risks and to avoid damaging the printer,General safety guidelines. There are no operator serviceable parts inside the printer except those covered by HP s Customer Self Repair. program see http www hp com go selfrepair Refer servicing of other parts to qualified service personnel. Turn off the printer and call your service representative in any of the following cases. The power cord or plug is damaged,The printer has been damaged by an impact.
2 Chapter 1 Introduction ENWW,There is any mechanical or enclosure damage. Liquid has entered the printer, There is smoke or an unusual smell coming from the printer. The printer has been dropped,The printer is not operating normally. Turn off the printer in either of the following cases. During a thunderstorm,During a power failure, Take special care with zones marked with warning labels. Ventilation measures for your location whether office copy room or printer room should meet local. environmental health and safety EHS guidelines and regulations. Electrical shock hazard, WARNING The internal circuits of the built in power supplies and power inlet operate at hazardous voltages.
capable of causing death or serious personal injury. Unplug the printer s power cord before servicing the printer. The printer requires a building installation circuit breaker which must meet the requirements of the printer and. should be in accordance with the Electrical Code requirements of the local jurisdiction of the country in which the. equipment is installed,To avoid the risk of electric shock. The printer should be connected to earthed mains outlets only. Avoid overloading the printer s electrical outlet with multiple devices. Do not remove or open any closed system covers or plugs. Do not insert objects through slots in the printer. Take care not to trip over the cables when walking behind the printer. Insert the power cord securely and completely into the wall socket and printer inlet. Never handle the power cord with wet hands,Fire hazard. To avoid the risk of fire take the following precautions. The customer is responsible for meeting the printer s requirements and the Electrical Code requirements. according to the local jurisdiction of the country where the printer is installed Use the power supply voltage. specified on the nameplate, Use only the power cord supplied by HP with the printer Do not use a damaged power cord Do not use the. power cord with other products, Do not insert objects through slots in the printer. Take care not to spill liquid on the printer After cleaning make sure all components are dry before using. the printer again,ENWW Safety precautions 3, Do not use aerosol products that contain flammable gases inside or around the printer Do not operate the.
printer in an explosive atmosphere,Do not block or cover the openings of the printer. Mechanical hazard, The printer has moving parts that could cause injury To avoid personal injury take the following precautions. when working close to the printer, Keep your clothing and all parts of your body away from moving parts. Avoid wearing necklaces bracelets and other hanging objects. If your hair is long try to secure it so that it will not fall into the printer. Take care that sleeves or gloves do not get caught in moving parts. Do not operate the printer with covers bypassed, If you need to replace the cutter assembly take care not to cut yourself on the sharp cutting edge. Internal fan blades are hazardous moving parts Disconnect the printer before servicing. Never insert your hands into the printer while it is printing due to the moving parts inside. Heavy paper hazard, Special care must be taken to avoid personal injury when handling heavy papers.
Handling heavy paper rolls may require more than one person Care must be taken to avoid back strain. and or injury, When handling heavy paper rolls wear personal protective equipment including boots and gloves. Follow your local Environmental Health and Safety regulations for handling heavy paper rolls. Ink handling, HP recommends that you wear gloves when handling ink supplies. Warnings and cautions, The following symbols are used in this manual to ensure the proper use of the printer and to prevent the printer. from being damaged Follow the instructions marked with these symbols. WARNING Failure to follow the guidelines marked with this symbol could result in serious personal injury or. CAUTION Failure to follow the guidelines marked with this symbol could result in minor personal injury or. damage to the printer,4 Chapter 1 Introduction ENWW. driver Just insert a USB flash drive or use HP Click Printing Software Paper flexibility and automatic easy load see Paper handling on page 24 with information and presets accessible from the front panel and the HP DesignJet Utility Handles cut sheet and roll paper Six ink system

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