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HP Designjet T610 Printer Series - Setup and Installation (without Stand)

Overview
Read the instructions contained in this document carefully. Follow all the instructions in the order in which they are presented.
You will need the following for this procedure:
  • Because the printer is heavy, you may need up to three people to unpack it.
  • To assemble the printer you will need at least 1 x 2 meters (40 x 80 inches) of empty floor space.
Before unpacking the printer, consider where the assembled printer will be located. Allow necessary space on all sides of the printer box. The recommended clearances are shown in the illustration below.
Figure : Floor space required
Unpack the Printer
  1. Remove the two accessories boxes, one of each end of the printer box. You will find the documentation and software for your printer on the top of the printer.
  2. Remove the stand box, which is the largest one. To do so you may need two people, one at each end.
  3. Remove the empty boxes.
      note:
    You may need two people to perform this step.
  4. Remove the roll of paper and place it on the floor next to the printer box, on the side where you still set up the printer.
      note:
    You may need two people to perform this step.
  5. Remove the rear tray from the printer.
      note:
    If you don’t find the tray in the box, it may already be installed.
      note:
    You may need two people to perform this step.
  6. Remove the six box fasteners from the sides of the printer box. To remove the fastener, pull on the tab at the sides to open the fastener, and then continue pulling to remove the whole thing from the box.
  7. Lift up the sides and top of the printer box, and remove them from the printer.
      note:
    You may need two people to perform this step.
  8. Dismantle the bottom of the printer box by disengaging each corner and then folding down the sides so that they are out of the way.
  9. Cut and remove the straps around the stand box.
  10. Open the stand box.
  11. Remove the cross-brace and the two pieces of packaging material from each end of the stand box.
Assemble the Stand
  1. Place the two pieces of packaging materials on the floor, spaced 40 cm apart, and place the cross brace on top of them.
  2. A screwdriver and 22 screws are provided in the stand box: 16 screws to assemble the stand, 4 to attach it to the printer, and 2 are spare. Do not try to remove the washers from the screws.
      note:
    All the screws are for the stand. The basket does not need screws.
  3. Attach each leg of the stand to the cross brace, using two screws on the outside of the leg and the two on the inside. First fit all four screws loosely, then tighten up the screws on the outside of the leg, followed by the screws on the inside.
  4. Make sure you have used 4 screws in each leg.
  5. Attach a foot to each leg, using four screws in each foot. First fit all four screws loosely, and then tighten them up.
Attach the Stand
  1. Return to the main body of the printer, carefully turn the printer upside down in order to attach the legs.
  2. Remove the small flaps from each of the foam end pieces.
      warning:
    Do not remove the foam end pieces.
  3. Remove the orange tape from the transparent covering that protects the printer.
  4. Open the transparent covering and remove the desiccant bag from the top of the printer.
  5. Lift the stand, keeping it upside down.
  6. There is a round yellow button protruding from the top of one stand leg, and a square green button protruding from the top of the other leg. Each buttons fits into a hole in the printer.
  7. Place the stand on the printer slowly and carefully, so that the colored buttons on the legs fit into the corresponding holes in the printer. Notice that the printer body is upside down.
  8. When the legs are correctly located on the printer, attach them to the printer using two screws for each leg.
  9. Check that you have used a total of twenty screws, and that all have been tightened. You should have two screws left over, which are spare.
  10. Check that the wheels on the stand are locked.
Turn the printer over
  1. Place the empty box that contained the paper roll in front of the printer body when you rotate the printer.
  2. Turning the printer over is done in two stages. For the first stage, hold the printer by its feet and rotate the feet until they touch the floor. The printer weighs 60 kg (132 lb) (24 inch model) or 8 kg (167 lb) (44 inch model).
      note:
    You may need two people to perform this step.
      note:
    Ensure to lock the printer break wheel.
  3. If the full weight of the printer rests on the wheel lock, it may break.
  4. If necessary, rotate the wheel.
  5. The lock on each wheel should be facing inwards (away from the floor).
  6. Now hold the printer by the foam end pieces and by the center rear, and continue to rotate it until it stands on its feet, all four wheels in contact with the floor.
      note:
    You may need two to three people to perform this step.
      note:
    Ensure to lock the printer break wheel.
  7. Remove the foam and pieces.
  8. Remove the transparent covering from the printer.
  9. Unlock the break lever on each of the four wheels by lifting the lever.
Attach the basket
  1. Lay out the components of the basket.
  2. Fit the basket supports to the stand legs, one to each leg.
  3. Fit the two short tubes to the printer’s feet, one on the front of each foot. Each tube should click into place.
  4. Attach the basket’s front tube to the two short tubes on each foot.
  5. Rest the basket’s rear tube on the supports that you have just fitted each leg of the stand.
  6. The basket is now complete.
Prepare the Printer
  1. Remove the orange tape from the printer window.
  2. Open the window (printer’s top cover).
  3. Beside the front panel, you will see a cardboard support attached to the printer with tape. Remove the tape.
  4. Turn the cardboard support 90° degrees to the right.
  5. Lift the cardboard support up and out of the printer. It will not be needed again; you can discard it.
  6. Inside the right-hand side of the printer, you will see an orange carriage stopper. Release the stopper by lifting the lever wrapped with light blue paper, and then remove the stopper from the printer.
  7. Part of the stopper may fall of while you are removing it; in this case, remove both parts. The stopper will not be needed again; you can discard it.
  8. Move to the rear of the printer and fit the rear tray to the printer.
  9. Slide it in and then down.
  10. Push up the back of the tray into its closed position.
  11. Connect the supplied network cable to the appropriate socket on the rear right of the printer, and secure the cable with the clip provided, to prevent accidental unplugging.
  12. Connect the power cable to the printer’s powers socket.
  13. Switch On the power to the printer using the switch just above the power socket. Remove the plastic film covering the window and plastic film covering the front panel (LCD display).
Install the Ink cartridges
  1. On the front panel, the HP logo appears. Please wait a while. You will then be prompted to select the language of the printer.
  2. The printer check for the presence of ink cartridges. On finding none, it prompts you to install the ink cartridges.
  3. Open the cover on the left-hand side of the printer.
  4. Insert the ink cartridges one by one. Each cartridge is marked with its own color, and should be inserted only into the slot of the same color. Avoid touching pins, leads or circuits.
  5. The cartridges must be inserted the right way around: the ink outlet in the cartridge should meet the ink in the slot. Push the cartridge in the slot until it clicks into place.
  6. When you have inserted all of the ink cartridges correctly, the printer must prepare the ink system for its first use. It will do this immediately if you press the OK key, or after a 60-second pause if you do not press the OK key. When the ink system is ready, the front panel will prompt you to open the window.
Install the Printheads
  1. Open the window and grasp the blue handle of the printhead cover.
  2. Put the blue handle towards you as far as it will go.
  3. Lift the handle up to open the printhead cover. The front panel prompts you for the next steps: removing the printheads. Don not press OK until you have removed all the printheads.
  4. The setup printheads exist only to prevent the escape of ink during ink cartridge installation. The front panel now prompts you to remove the setup printheads and press the OK key when you have finished.
  5. Remove and discard all orange setup printheads. You may need to use force to extract each printhead.
      warning:
    The setup printheads contain ink, which could leak out. Avoid touching pins, leads or circuits.
  6. Press OK key on the front panel when you have removed all of the setup printheads. The front panel then prompts you to install the new printheads.
  7. Unwrap each printhead and remove all orange parts.
  8. Insert the printheads one by one. Each printhead is marked with its own colors, and should be inserted into the correct slot marked with the same colors. Insert the printheads with the blue handle towards you.
  9. Push each printhead into the slot until it clicks into place. The front panel tells you whether the printhead has been inserted correctly.
  10. Put the blue handle towards you as far as it will go, picking up the latch in the process.
  11. Push the handle down on the top of the printhead cover. The printer checks and prepares the new printheads, which may take 30 to 40 minutes depending on the condition of the print heads and of the environment. Close the window after this.
  12. While the printer is preparing the printheads, you could spend the time installing the printer software on your computer. Be sure to follow the software installation instructions. Connecting your printer before installing the software can lead to printer errors.
  13. Once the printhead check has finished, the printer will be ready to load paper for the printhead alignment.
Load a roll of Paper
  1. When the front panel prompts you to load paper for the printhead alignment, go to the rear of the printer, and remove the orange stoppers from each end of the spindle.
  2. Remove the spindle by lifting out first the right-hand end, then the left.
  3. If the blue removable stop is on the spindle, remove it. Put the roll onto the spindle, making sure to put it on the right way round: the leading edge of the paper should go into the printer from the top of the roll. Add the removable stop to the spindle to keep the roll in place.
  4. Push the removable stop towards the roll as far as it will go.
      note:
    No gap should be left between stop and paper.
  5. Replace the spindle into the printer, left end first, with the fixed stop on the left and the blue removable stop on the right.
Align the Printheads
  1. Feed the leading edge of the paper into the printer until the printer takes hold of it. Then move to the front of the printer.
  2. The front panel will ask whether you are loading roll or sheet paper. The printer will proceed to align the printheads. This process involves printing, and therefore needs to use some paper.
  3. The front panel will display a series of messages showing the progress of the printhead alignment. There is no need to take any action until the alignment has finished. When you see the message shown below, press the OK key.
  4. You can now, or at some later time, color calibrate the paper type that you intend to use in the printer. Color calibration is recommended for accurate color printing. It can be started from the printer utility program installed as part of your printer software, or from the front panel’s Image Quality Maintenance menu.
Front panel key description
    Figure : Front panel keys
  1. View ink levels
  2. View loaded paper
  3. Unload paper
  4. Form feed and cut
  5. Back
  6. Menu
  7. Power
  8. Cancel
  9. Ok
Setting up and Connecting the printer: Mac OS X (HP Designjet T1100 series only)
Network connection (Bonjour/Rendezvous)
  1. Make sure that the printer is On and connected to a working Ethernet network, and that all computers in the network are On and connected (including hubs and routers).
  2. Go to your printer’s front panel, use the Menu key if necessary to fine the main menu, and select the icon. Then select Gigabit Ethernet followed by View configuration. Note the mDNS service name of your printer, as shown on the front panel.
  3. Insert the HP Start-Up Kit DVD in to your DVD drive, open the DVD icon on your screen, and look for the icon that matches the name of your printer.
  4. In the next window double-click the MAC OS X HP Designjet icon to launch the installer, follow the on-screen instructions.
      note:
    We recommend that you select Easy Install to install all elements.
  5. Follow the on-screen instructions that take you through the driver installation until you see the HP Printer Setup Assistant.
  6. In the HP Printer Setup Assistant, click Continue.
  7. In the list of printers that appears, select a line that contains mDNS service name of your printer in the Printer Name Column, and Bonjour/Rendezvous in the Connection Type column.
    • If your printer appears in the list, click Continue and go to step 8.
    • If your printer does not appear in the list, go to step 10.
  8. The following screen displays information about your printer’s installation, where the name of the printer can be modified. Make your changes if necessary and click Continue.
  9. Your printer is now connected. Select Create new queue to connect another printer to the network or Quit to close the application.
  10. Select My printer is not on the list and click Continue.
  11. Select the connection type.
  12. Follow the on-screen instruction that help you to connect your printer to the network, and select Quit to close the assistant window.
USB Connection
  1. Do not connect the computer to the printer yet. You must first install the printer driver software on the computer, as follows.
  2. Insert the HP Start-Up kit DVD into your DVD driver, open the DVD icon on your screen, and look for the MAC OS X HP Designjet Installer icon.
  3. Double-click the appropriate icon to launch the installer, and then follow the on-screen instructions.
      note:
    We recommend that you select Easy Install to install all elements.
  4. Follow the on-screen instructions that take you through the driver installation until you see the HP Printer Setup Assistant.
  5. Connect your computer to the printer using a USB cable. Ensure that the printer is switched On.
  6. In the HP Printer Setup Assistant, click Continue.
  7. In the list of printers that appears, select the entry that uses the connection type USB and click Continue.
  8. The following screen displays information about your printer’s installation, where the name of the printer can be modified. Make your changes if necessary and click Continue.
  9. Your printer is now connected, select Create new queue to connect another printer, or Quit to close the application.
Setting up and connecting your printer Mac OS X (HP Designjet T610 series only)
USB connection
  1. Do not connect the computer to the printer yet. You must first install the printer driver software on the computer, as follows.
  2. Insert the HP Start-Up Kit DVD into your DVD drive, open the DVD icon on your screen, and look for the Mac OS X HP Designjet Installer icon.
  3. Double-click the appropriate icon to launch the installer, and then follow the on-screen instructions.
      note:
    We recommend that you select Easy Install to install all elements.
  4. Follow the on-screen instructions that take you through the driver installation until you see the HP Printer Setup Assistant.
  5. Connect your computer to the printer using a USB cable. Ensure that the printer is switched On.
  6. In the HP Printer Setup Assistant, click Continue.
  7. In the list of printers that appears, select the entry that uses the connection type USB and click Continue.
  8. The following screen displays information about your printer’s installation, where the name of the printer can be modified. Make your changes if necessary and click Continue.
  9. Your printer is now connected. Select Create new queue to connect another printer, or Quit to close the application.
Network connection (Bonjour/Rendezvous)
In order to connect your printer to a network, you must first install an HP Jetdirect print server, which is an optional accessory.
  1. Make sure the printer is On and connected to the same Ethernet network. The printer and the Mac must be in the same subnet. Make sure that all computers in the network are On and connected (including hubs, switches and routers).
  2. Go to the printer’s front panel, use the Menu key if necessary to find the main menu, and select the icon. Then select Jetdirect EIO followed by View configuration. Scroll down until you find MAC address. You will see something similar to 0001e6af900b, note the last six digits.
  3. Insert the HP Start-Up Kit DVD into your DVD drive, open the DVD icon on your screen, and look for the Mac OS X HP Designjet Installer icon.
    Double-click the Mac OS X HP Designjet icon to launch the installer, follow the on-screen instructions.
      note:
    We recommend that you select Easy Install to install all elements.
  4. Follow the on-screen instructions that take you through the driver installation until you see the HP Printer Setup Assistant.
  5. In the HP Printer Setup Assistant, click Continue.
  6. In the list of printers that appears, select a line that ends with the same last six digits as the MAC address, and Bonjour/Rendezvous in the Connection Type column. Scroll sideways if necessary to see the Connection Type column.
    • If your printer appears in the list, click Continue and go to step 8.
    • If your printer does not appear in the list, go to step 10.
  7. The following screen displays information about your printer’s installation, where the name of the printer can be modified. Make your changes if necessary and click Continue.
  8. Your printer is now connected. Select Create new queue to connect another printer to the network, or Quit to close the application.
  9. Select My printer is not on the list and click Continue.
  10. Select the connection type.
  11. Follow the on-screen instructions that help you to connect your printer to the network, and select Quit to close the assistant window.
Setting up and Connecting the printer: Microsoft Windows
Network connection
A network connection is the best way to share your printer with your team.
  1. Make sure that both the printer and the computer are connected to the network.
  2. Make a note of the printer’s IP address.
  3. Insert the HP Start-UP Kit DVD into your DVD drive. If the DVD does not autorun, run the START.EXE program in the root folder of the DVD.
  4. Click the Install button.
  5. Follow the instructions on your screen to set up the printer. The following notes will help you to understand the screens and appropriate choices:
    • When asked how the printer is connected, choose the Wired Networking.
    • Select your printer from the list. If you have more than one HP Designjet T1100 printer connected to the network, use the IP address that you noted earlier to confirm that you have selected the correct printer.
    • When the network settings of the selected printer are displayed, check that they are correct.
USB connection
A direct USB connection may be faster than a network connection, but the cable is limited in length and it is more difficult to share the printer.
  1. Do not connect the computer to the printer yet. You must first install the printer driver software on the computer as follows.
  2. Insert the HP Start-Up Kit DVD into your DVD drive. If the DVD does not autorun, run START.EXE program in the root folder of the DVD.
  3. Click the Install button.
  4. Follow the instruction on your screen to setup the printer. The following notes will help you to understand the screens and make appropriate choices:
    • When asked how the printer is connected, choose Connected directly to this computer.
    • Check the box if you prefer to connect your printer later.
    • When asked which printer model you have, select the 24-inch or 44-inch model.
    • When prompted to do so, connect your computer to the printer, using a USB cable. Ensure that the printer is switched On.
  5. The printer is now ready to use, printer setup is complete.

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