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HP Designjet 120 - Printer and Driver Resolution

Issue:
What is the printed resolution when High Resolution, Best/Enhanced, Normal/Final, or Fast/Draft modes are selected from the driver?
Solution
Refer to the table below:
note:
Some applications may have memory problems, when attempting to render data at high resolutions. The solution to this issue is to change the rendering resolution to 300dpi.
Photo Paper
Photo Paper
Rendering
Printing
Fast
N/A
N/A
Normal
300
600 x 1200
Best
600
1200 x 600
High Res
1200
2400 x 1200 *
HP Proofing Semi-Glossy
HP Proofing Semi-Glossy
Rendering
Printing
Fast
300
300 x 600
Normal
300
600 x 1200
Best
600
1200 x 600
High Res
1200
1200 x 600
HP Heavy Weight Coated
HP Heavy Weight Coated
Rendering
Printing
Fast
300
300 x 600
Normal
300
600 x 1200
Best
600
1200 x 600
High Res
600
1200 x 600
* is addressable dots per inch.
The resolution of a raster printer/plotter is the number of dots per inch (dpi) it can place along two orthogonal axes. There are two types of dpi:
  • True DPI
  • Addressable DPI.
True dpi is the ability of a printer to print a single dot at every location on a grid.
Addressable dpi is the ability of a printer to selectively position dots on a grid finer than the true dpi grid. It is used to create higher print quality without changing the dot size.

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