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HP Designjet T1100 and T1120 MFP Series Products - Output Quality Settings

Set the output quality for your scanner and printer

Copy - Quality setting from the copy tab includes both scan and simple print quality options. Both Scan and Print Quality settings are used with the process.
Print from file - Special print quality settings can be made from the print tab.
Scan to file - Scan quality (resolution) settings can be made from the scan tab. With the Auto setting, you base your settings on intended Print Quality for the file although only the Scan Quality setting is used with the job.

Copy quality settings - scan and print

With copying, you can set both scan (input) and print (output) quality values. You can tell the program to automatically find the best scan quality based on the print quality you choose.
  1. Press the Copy tab.Copy tab
  2. Press the Settings button.Copy settings dialog
    Ink Printer Original: will improve the result of your copy or print if the original to be scanned has been printed with an inkjet printer.
  3. Press the Quality button.
Define a new quality based on both print and scan quality as described below.
Scan Quality
For the scanner you set scan resolution in dpi (dots per inch).
  1. To use Auto, you check the Auto field and then choose one of the Print Quality settings. The program will determine a Scan Quality setting based on, and best for the Print Quality setting you choose (Fast, Normal or Best). The automatically selected dpi value is displayed near the field (200 dpi in example below).
  2. Uncheck Auto to set your own dpi value.
  3. Descreen tells the scanner to scan with the scanner’s optical resolution and relay the data to the software without interpolation. Optimal conversion to the set dpi or quality is then performed by the software. Gives superior results with raster originals. Scanning speed is reduced.
  4. Turbo: You set the Scan resolution value or Auto and then select Turbo. This will basically double the scanning speed but with a reduction on image quality. Turbo resolution processing involves speeding up the paper’s movement, reduction of captured scan data in the scan direction and resampling to create the image resolution as set in Scan Resolution or Auto options. Turbo mode has no effect for resolutions below 300 dpi.
Print Quality
  • You select Fast, Normal or Best settings.
  • If you selected Auto forScan Quality, your Print Quality setting will determine the Scan Quality as described above.Quality dialog

Print quality settings - print from file

With printing from an existing file in the print tab, you set print (output) quality options.
  1. Press the Print tab.Print dialog
  2. Press the Settings button.Print settings dialog
    • Press the Print Quality button to choose a fast, normal or best output quality setting.
    • Ink Printer Original: to improve the result of your copy or print if the original that was scanned to create the file had been printed with an inkjet printer.
    • Black Ink Only: This option will only affect printed output from graytone image files. For creating true and neutral graytone output. Creating graytones with black ink only will create printouts that are less sensitive to current lighting conditions when viewing the results. Note that setting Black ink Only can create output that is more grainy than normal graytone output where color ink is also used.
    • Optimize for drawing: Recommended with text and drawings. Tells the printer to output optimally in relation to clear and sharp edges. Not advisable to use with pictures as visible bands can be created on the output.
    • Max detail: For enhancing detailed graphics. Recommended for originals with many small details such as maps and certain CAD drawings. Not recommended with pictures as the setting will have a negative effect on color matching and graytone output.
      note:
      The availability of of these options depend on the printer model.
      note:
      Some of these special print quality options can also be defined within a type of original template through the copy tab. See: how do I define an original template? for more information.

Scan quality settings - scan to file

With scan-to-file in the Scan tab, you set scan (input) quality factors. You can however tell the program to find the best scan quality based on a print quality you intend to apply when you print the file.
  1. Press the Scan tab.
  2. Press the Scan Resolution button. Quality dialog
    Scan Quality
    • Scan Resolution:You set a scan resolution value in dpi (dots per inch).
    • To use Auto dpi setting, you check the Auto field and then choose one of the Print Quality settings. This ensures that the Scan (to file) quality setting will match your intentions for printing the file later on. The Print Quality setting itself is not used in the Scan to file process. The program selects a scan to file dpi setting that is best for the Print Quality setting you chose (Fast, Normal or Best). The automatically selected dpi value is displayed next to the field (300 dpi in example above).
    • Uncheck Auto to set your own dpi value.
    • Descreen tells the scanner to scan with the scanner’s optical resolution and relay the data to the software without interpolation. Optimal conversion to the set dpi or quality is then performed by the software. Gives superior results with raster originals. Scanning speed is reduced.
    • Scan Resolution: You set a scan resolution value in dpi (dots per inch).
    • Turbo: You set the Scan resolution value or Auto and then select Turbo. This will basically double the scanning speed but with a reduction on image quality. Turbo resolution processing involves speeding up the paper’s movement, reduction of captured scan data in the scan direction and resampling to create the image resolution as set in Scan Resolution or Auto options. Turbo mode has no effect for resolutions below 300 dpi.

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