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HP Designjet T770 and T1200 Printer Series - Turn nesting on and off (T1200 series only)

Turn nesting on and off (T1200 series only)

Nesting means automatically printing images or document pages side by side on the paper when feasible, rather than one after the other. This is done to avoid wasting paper. See Nest jobs to save roll paper (T1200 series only).
To turn nesting on or off, you must first make sure that the job queue is enabled (see Turn off the job queue (T770 HD and T1200 series only)) and the start of printing is set to After Processing (see Select when to print a job in the queue (T770 HD and T1200 series only)). Then:
  • In the HP Utility for Windows: select Settings > Job Management > Nest.
  • In the HP Utility for Mac OS: select Configuration > Printer Settings > Configure Printer Settings > Job Management > Nest.
  • In the Embedded Web Server: select Setup > Printer settings > Job management > Nest.
  • Using the front panel: select the Setup menu icon , then Job management > Nest options > Enable nesting.
In each case, you will see the following options:
  • In order: pages are nested in the order in which they are sent to the printer. The nested pages are printed as soon as one of three conditions is met:
    • The next page will not fit on the same row as the other pages already nested.
    • No page has been sent to the printer during the specified wait time.
    • The next page is incompatible with the pages already nested (see Nest jobs to save roll paper (T1200 series only)).
  • Optimized order: pages are not necessarily nested in the order in which they are sent to the printer. When it receives an incompatible page, the printer holds it and waits for compatible pages to complete the nest. The nested pages are printed as soon as one of three conditions is met:
    • The next page will not fit on the same row as the other pages already nested.
    • No page has been sent to the printer during the specified wait time.
    • The incompatible-page queue is full. The printer can queue up to six incompatible pages while nesting compatible pages. If it receives a seventh incompatible page, the nest is printed as it is.
  • Off: nesting is disabled. This is the default option.
The nesting wait time can be set at the front panel: Setup menu icon , Job management > Nest options > Select wait time.
note:
Optimized order uses the minimum amount of paper; however, it may take longer to print because the printer waits for compatible pages to arrive.

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