Long axis plotting is the ability to print a single continuous plot longer than the standard page size, such as a banner. Long axis plotting, in general, is defined as 55 inches to 150 feet in length.
HP Designjet 650C Printer - MacOS: Long Axis Plotting from a Macintosh
Long axis plotting from a Macintosh
Restricted to a maximum length of 9 feet
The ability to select long axis plot page sizes requires the HP Designjet 650C PPD v 2.0 and the HP LaserJet Driver v 8.1.1, or later
Third-party QuickDraw, RTL, or HPGL/2 drivers may support longer plots
note:The above PPD and HP LaserJet driver have been discontinued. They may still be available through third-party vendors. This information is presented as a minimum requirement for long axis plotting.
Long axis plots typically require a lot more memory and may increase the possibility of exceeding the printer's memory capacity.
note:This document was last reviewed in July 2002. At that time, the information provided was technically correct. While this product is no longer in production, pertinent information about it has been made available as a courtesy. No future content changes to this document are expected.
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