HP Designjet 650C, 750C, and 755CM Printers - Long-edge Plot Orientation (Y-Axis) in PostScript (R)
While printing in PostScript(R) on the HP Designjet large format printer, the plots always print with the long-edge of the image printed along the length (Y-axis) of the page, therefore paper is being wasted.
There is no software solution. It is part of the PostScript implementation on the large format printers.
Try rotating a drawing using the front panel (Page format, Rotate) if Queuing and Nesting are off and the file is either a PostScript file or contains no raster data.
note:On sheet (not roll) media, the front panel Rotate has no impact.
The PostScript implementation of the HP Designjet 650C, 750C/755CM printers is such that plots are always printed with the longer side along the length of the roll (on the Y-axis) rather than along the width of the roll (X-axis). Therefore the same plot printed with a different size may come out with the opposite orientation.
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