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... I currently have an HP Designjet T520 (36inch), which unfortunately will not communicate well with Archicad in that it won't allow a 24x36 print to run the width of the roll/sheet size. This means I have to cut each sheet to remove 12 inches of paper for every print. Unpleasant, paper wasting, and time consuming task. ...
2020-10-20 09:12 PM
Karl wrote:In any case, I can print full paper with both commands. Normally I use PLOT because it's definitely faster. But plotting transparent fills mostly won't give right results, so if I must use PRINT (or save to PDF and print from Acrobat Reader or Apple Preview). But the only waste of paper I get are the 10 cm. when I load a new roll. Obviusly it's important to set correctly paper sizes (matching layouts), in Archicad for using PLOT and in print driver for using PRINT. My DesignJet T520 24" (but I guess it's not alone), when printing or plotting on roll, has only 5mm margins all around layout. With single sheets, the bottom margin rises to 17mm.
I just want to confirm that you are using PRINT, rather than PLOT from ARCHICAD?