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Version 2.0
March 2007
DocuColor 5000
Administrator
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  • Page 1 Version 2.0 March 2007 DocuColor 5000 Administrator Guide...
  • Page 2 ® Xerox and all Xerox product names and product numbers mentioned in this publication are trademarks of XEROX CORPORATION. Other company brands and product names may be trademarks or registered trademarks of the respective companies and are also acknowledged.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    D o c u C o lo r 50 0 0 A dm i ni s t r at o r G u i de Table of contents Conventions Symbols ..........v Safety notices Electrical safety.
  • Page 4 Tab l e o f c on te n ts North America ........xxiii European union .
  • Page 5 D o c u C o lo r 50 0 0 A dm i ni s t r at o r G u i de 3. Profiles Overview......... . 3-1 Alignment .
  • Page 6 Tab l e o f c on te n ts D o c uC o lo r 50 0 0 A d mi n i s t r a t o r G ui d e...
  • Page 7: Conventions

    Symbols D o c u C o lo r 50 0 0 A dm i ni s t r at o r G u i de Conventions Standardized conventions have been used in this manual to assist you in visually locating and identifying information quickly. CAUTION: This symbol alerts you to an action that may cause damage to hardware, software, or result in the loss of data.
  • Page 8 Co n v en ti o ns NOTE: This symbol calls your attention to information that is helpful, but not essential to complete a procedure or task. This symbol indicates that there is additional information from another source, such as a web site or manual. D o c uC o lo r 50 0 0 A d mi n i s t r a t o r G ui d e...
  • Page 9: Safety Notices

    D o c u C o lo r 50 0 0 A dm i ni s t r at o r G u i de Safety notices This Xerox digital press and the recommended supplies are designed and tested to meet strict safety requirements. These include safety agency approval and compliance to established environmental standards.
  • Page 10 If any of the following conditions occur, immediately switch off the power to the machine and disconnect the power cord from the electrical outlet. Call an authorized Xerox service representative to correct the problem. •...
  • Page 11: Disconnect Device

    S a fe ty n o ti c e s Disconnect device The power cable is the disconnect device for this equipment and is attached to the back of the machine as a plug-in device. To remove all electrical power from the machine, disconnect the power cable from the electrical outlet.
  • Page 12: Laser Safety

    This product contains laser warning labels. These labels are intended for use by the Xerox Service Representative and are placed on or near panels or shields that require special tools for removal. Do not remove any of the panels. There are no operator serviceable areas in these covers.
  • Page 13: Europe (Eu)

    This product contains laser warning labels. These labels are intended for use by the Xerox Service Representative and are placed on or near panels or shields that require special tools for removal. Do not remove any of the panels. There are no operator serviceable areas inside these covers.
  • Page 14: Safety Standards

    There are no parts behind these covers that you can maintain or service. Do not perform any maintenance procedures unless you have been trained to do them by a Xerox representative, or unless a procedure is specifically described in one of the manuals included with your press.
  • Page 15: Operational Safety

    D o c u C o lo r 50 0 0 A dm i ni s t r at o r G u i de Your Xerox equipment and supplies were designed and tested to meet strict safety requirements. These include safety agency examination, approval, and compliance with established environmental standards.
  • Page 16: Ozone Safety

    Providing the correct environmental parameters, as specified in the Xerox installation procedures, ensures that concentration levels meet safe limits. If you need additional information about ozone, request the Xerox publication, OZONE, 600P83222, by calling 1-800-828-6571 in the USA. For a French language version, call 1-800-828-6571 in the USA, then press 2.
  • Page 17: Notices

    Changes or modifications to this equipment not specifically approved by the Xerox Corporation may void the user’s authority to operate this equipment. Shielded cables must be used with this equipment to maintain...
  • Page 18: In Canada (Ices-003)

    (RFID). This system is certified in compliance with European Council Directive 99/5/EC and applicable local laws or regulations as applicable. This Xerox digital press is in compliance with various governmental agencies and national safety regulations. All system ports meet the Safety Extra Low Voltage (SELV) circuits for connection to customer-owned devices and networks.
  • Page 19: Certifications In Europe

    D o c u C o lo r 50 0 0 A dm i ni s t r at o r G u i de The CE marking that is applied to this product symbolizes Xerox Declaration of Conformity with the following applicable Directives...
  • Page 20: It's Illegal In The Usa

    No ti c e s It’s illegal in the USA x v i ii WARNING: In order to allow this equipment to operate in proximity to Industrial, Scientific, and Medical (ISM) equipment, the external radiation from the ISM equipment may have limited or special mitigation measures taken.
  • Page 21 D o c u C o lo r 50 0 0 A dm i ni s t r at o r G u i de Adjusted Compensation Certificates for Veterans of the World Wars. Obligations or Securities of any Foreign Government, Bank, or Corporation.
  • Page 22: It's Illegal In Canada

    No ti c e s It’s illegal in Canada Parliament, by statute, has forbidden the reproduction of the following subjects under certain circumstances. Penalties of fines or imprisonment may be imposed on those guilty of making such copies. Current bank notes or current paper money. Obligations or securities of a government or bank.
  • Page 23: Environmental Notices For Canada

    Currently, Environmental Choice has more than 1600 approved products and 140 licensees. Xerox has been a leader in offering EcoLogo approved products. In 1996, Xerox became the first company licensed to use the Environmental Choice EcoLogo for its copiers, printers, and fax machines.
  • Page 24: Product Recycling And Disposal

    This product may contain one or more Perchlorate-containing devices, such as batteries. Special handling may apply, please see www.dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/perchlorate. If your product is not part of the Xerox program and you are managing its disposal, please follow the instructions provided in the above paragraph.
  • Page 25: European Union

    In accordance with European legislation end-of-life electrical and electronic equipment subject to disposal must be managed within agreed procedures. Prior to disposal, contact your local dealer or Xerox representative for end-of-life take-back information. Please contact your local waste authorities and request disposal guidance.
  • Page 26 No ti c e s D o c uC o lo r 50 0 0 A d mi n i s t r a t o r G ui d e x x i v...
  • Page 27: Administrator Overview

    Overview Logging on as Administrator D o c u C o lo r 50 0 0 A dm i ni s t r at o r G u i de Administrator overview The Administrator mode allows you to set the default settings for your digital press in order to fit your individual requirements.
  • Page 28 1. A d m in i s tr a t or ov e r v i e w 1- 2 Select the OK button. The main UI screen now displays additional options and indicates in the upper right that you are in the Administrator mode.
  • Page 29: Finishing System Profiles Overview

    Finishing System Profiles overview D o c u C o lo r 50 0 0 A dm i ni s t r at o r G u i de If your digital press has an optional, third-party, Digital Finishing Architecture (DFA) device finishing, then the Finishing System Profiles option is available to you.
  • Page 30 1. A d m in i s tr a t or ov e r v i e w D o c uC o lo r 50 0 0 A d mi n i s t r a t o r G ui d e 1- 4...
  • Page 31: System Settings

    Overview D o c u C o lo r 50 0 0 A dm i ni s t r at o r G u i de System Settings The System Settings feature allows you to make changes to the following features: •...
  • Page 32: User Interface

    2. S y s t em Se t ti n gs User Interface 2- 2 The User Interface feature allows you to make changes to the following: • Fault Detail Window • Changing the Administrator password D o c uC o lo r 50 0 0 A d mi n i s t r a t o r G ui d e...
  • Page 33: Fault Details Window

    Fault Details window Machine mimic and Message area D o c u C o lo r 50 0 0 A dm i ni s t r at o r G u i de By default, the UI automatically opens a Details window which provides additional information about the alert, warning, or fault (as shown in the following illustration).
  • Page 34 2. S y s t em Se t ti n gs 2- 4 Use the following procedure to choose the default setting for this feature. Select the Logon button from the UI and logon as the Administrator. Select the System Settings button; the System Settings window opens.
  • Page 35: Change Password

    Change Password D o c u C o lo r 50 0 0 A dm i ni s t r at o r G u i de Select the Change Password button if you want to change the Administrator password. Use the following procedure to change the Administrator password.
  • Page 36 2. S y s t em Se t ti n gs 2- 6 Select the System Settings button. From the System Settings window, select the Change Password button from the User Interface tab. The Change Password window opens. D o c uC o lo r 50 0 0 A d mi n i s t r a t o r G ui d e...
  • Page 37 D o c u C o lo r 50 0 0 A dm i ni s t r at o r G u i de TIP: Use numbers only for creating your new password. Alpha characters (letters and other characters, such as !*& are not allowed).
  • Page 38: Setting The Date & Time

    2. S y s t em Se t ti n gs Setting the Date & Time 2- 8 Use this feature to set the date and time for the system. The date and time is displayed on the Machine Details screen on both the Installed Software and Error Log screens.
  • Page 39: System

    System D o c u C o lo r 50 0 0 A dm i ni s t r at o r G u i de Use this feature to change the factory default settings for the following: • Productivity Mode •...
  • Page 40: Productivity Setting

    2. S y s t em Se t ti n gs Productivity Setting 2- 1 0 The productivity of the digital press relates to the continuous speed of the media output as measured in prints per minute (ppm). The continuous speed is dependent on paper size, paper weight, and fuser temperature.
  • Page 41: Productivity Charts

    Productivity charts Paper Size (Feed direction length) Paper Weight Min. 182.0 60 - 220 g/m 216.1 297.1 458.1 182.0 221 - 300 g/m 216.1 280.1 458.1 Transparency 210.0 D o c u C o lo r 50 0 0 A dm i ni s t r at o r G u i de The following productivity charts lists the various paper weights and sizes and their related print speeds for 1 Sided and 2 Sided output.
  • Page 42: Mixed Paper Weight

    2. S y s t em Se t ti n gs Paper Size (Feed direction length) Paper Weight Min. 182.0 60 - 135 g/m 216.1 297.1 458.1 182.0 136 - 186 g/m 216.1 297.1 458.1 182.0 187 - 220 g/m 216.1 280.1 432.1...
  • Page 43: Power Saver

    TIP: The System PC & Print Engine and Print Engine Only features must be enabled by your Xerox representative before you can use them. If these features are not enabled, call your Xerox representative for more information. To change the time for each power saver feature, use the following procedure.
  • Page 44: Exit Power Saver

    2. S y s t em Se t ti n gs Exit Power Saver Auto Resume After 2- 1 4 Use the up or down arrow buttons to change the time for each of the power saver features: • System PC & Print Engine •...
  • Page 45: Fault Clearance

    Fault Clearance D o c u C o lo r 50 0 0 A dm i ni s t r at o r G u i de Use the Auto Resume After Fault Clearance feature to restart a job automatically after a fault is cleared and a job received over the network is waiting for user instruction.
  • Page 46: Pause

    2. S y s t em Se t ti n gs Pause 2- 1 6 Use the Auto Resume After Pause feature to restart a job automatically after the Pause button is selected on the UI and the job is waiting for user instruction. From the System tab of the System Settings window, select the checkbox to the left of Pause.
  • Page 47: Job Spacing

    Job Spacing D o c u C o lo r 50 0 0 A dm i ni s t r at o r G u i de Use the Job Spacing feature when there are multiple jobs queued and you would like to allow seven seconds to unload prints from a finishing device before the next job starts printing.
  • Page 48: Auto Logoff

    2. S y s t em Se t ti n gs Auto Logoff 2- 1 8 Use the Auto Logoff feature to have the digital press automatically return to the printing mode when no action is taken from any of the Administrator functions after the set amount of time.
  • Page 49: Nvm Read/Write

    D o c u C o lo r 50 0 0 A dm i ni s t r at o r G u i de Your Xerox service representative uses this feature to change certain system settings. It also may occasionally be used by system administrators.
  • Page 50 2. S y s t em Se t ti n gs 2- 2 0 To switch a feature, perform the following: From the System tab on the System Setting window, select the NVM Read/Write button. The NVM Read/Write window opens. Enter the desired Chain Link Number: •...
  • Page 51 D o c u C o lo r 50 0 0 A dm i ni s t r at o r G u i de a. Using the numbers on the keyboard, enter the Chain Number (the following example uses 123 as the Chain number).
  • Page 52 2. S y s t em Se t ti n gs 2- 2 2 Using the keyboard, enter the New Value (the following example uses 234 as the New Value number). TIP: To switch a feature, enter the appropriate value from the keyboard: •...
  • Page 53: Tray Options

    Tray Options Auto Tray Switching, Auto Paper Selection, and Do Not Include Default Setting Auto Tray Switching Allows the digital press to automatically select another paper tray, containing the (ATS) appropriate paper, if the selected paper tray becomes unusable. Auto Paper Selection Allows the digital press to automatically select the appropriate paper size for the (APS) job being processed, without a specific paper tray being selected.
  • Page 54 2. S y s t em Se t ti n gs 2- 2 4 From the System Setting window, select the Tray Options tab. Select either the Enable or Disable button for the Auto Tray Switching option. Select either the Enable or Disable button for the Auto Paper Selection option.
  • Page 55: Paper Tray Assist

    Paper Tray Assist D o c u C o lo r 50 0 0 A dm i ni s t r at o r G u i de Blowers help control the environmental conditions in the paper trays to ensure optimum print capability: •...
  • Page 56 • System Default: This option is the default setting. With this option the paper tray blowers automatically adjust using settings that are optimized for Xerox papers. • Multi-Sheet Feed: Select this option if you want the paper tray blower automatic settings to incrementally adjust in order to reduce multifeeds.
  • Page 57 D o c u C o lo r 50 0 0 A dm i ni s t r at o r G u i de • Always On (Thin Paper): With this option, the paper tray blowers are not automatically controlled, but the are always switched on.
  • Page 58: Tray Priority

    2. S y s t em Se t ti n gs Tray Priority 2- 2 8 Select the priority order for each paper tray. If the Auto Tray Switching feature is enabled and each paper tray contains the same paper size and weight, the digital press feeds paper from the tray set at Priority 1.
  • Page 59: Profiles

    Overview D o c u C o lo r 50 0 0 A dm i ni s t r at o r G u i de Profiles Profiles allows you to create and customize profiles for Custom Paper, Alignment, and Decurler. These profiles are used at the point of need for specialized print jobs which may require different types of media, such as lightweight or heavy stock.
  • Page 60: Alignment

    3. P r o fi l e s Alignment 3- 2 When printing duplex jobs and using different media types (including paper type, weight, and coating/uncoating), the output may require specific handling by the digital press as it is moving through the paper path.
  • Page 61 D o c u C o lo r 50 0 0 A dm i ni s t r at o r G u i de When creating Alignment Profiles for Side 1 and/or Side 2 prints, be aware of the following: •...
  • Page 62: Alignment Adjustment Profile Procedure

    3. P r o fi l e s Alignment Adjustment Profile procedure 3- 4 Use the following procedure to create/modify an Alignment Profile for adjusting Side 1/Side 2 image output. NOTE: If you require a Custom Paper Profile associated with this Alignment Profile, you can set the Custom Paper Profile information either now or after you create the Alignment Profile.
  • Page 63 D o c u C o lo r 50 0 0 A dm i ni s t r at o r G u i de From the Profiles window, select the Alignment tab. To create a new alignment procedure, select a undefined profile.
  • Page 64: Creating An Alignment Profile

    3. P r o fi l e s Creating an Alignment profile 3- 6 Click the Edit button; the Alignment Profile Properties window opens. Type a name for this profile (the example in this procedure uses the name “AlignmentProfile2”). Next: Selecting the Registration D o c uC o lo r 50 0 0 A d mi n i s t r a t o r G ui d e options.
  • Page 65: Selecting The Registration Options

    Selecting the Registration options These arrows indicate the paper feed direction D o c u C o lo r 50 0 0 A dm i ni s t r at o r G u i de Make the desired selections to the Registration option. •...
  • Page 66: Selecting The Perpendicularity Options

    3. P r o fi l e s Selecting the Perpendicularity options These arrows indicate the paper feed direction 3- 8 Make the desired selections to the Perpendicularity option. Use this feature to adjust the image digitally on the drum so that it will align with the paper for both Side 1 and Side 2.
  • Page 67: Selecting The Skew Options

    Selecting the Skew options D o c u C o lo r 50 0 0 A dm i ni s t r at o r G u i de Make the desired selections to the Skew option. Use this feature to adjust the paper so that the image for Side 1 and/ or Side 2 are not skewed but aligned with each other.
  • Page 68: Selecting The Magnification Options

    3. P r o fi l e s Selecting the Magnification options 3- 1 0 Make the desired selection to the Magnification option. Use this feature to correct for image stretch from Side 1 to Side 2. The image may be enlarged or reduced as necessary. The factory default is zero (0).
  • Page 69: Running Test Prints

    Running test prints D o c u C o lo r 50 0 0 A dm i ni s t r at o r G u i de Select the Test Print button; a new window opens. a. Select the 2 Sided button. NOTE: If you want to check the registration for 1 Sided prints only, select the 1 Sided button.
  • Page 70 3. P r o fi l e s 3- 1 2 e. Select Start. The UI displays this message after the test prints are printed: Retrieve your prints. g. Discard the first few prints, as inconsistency tends to be greater with these images. Evaluate the test prints by holding your 2 Sided output at eye level near a light source.
  • Page 71: Editing An Existing Alignment Profile

    Editing an existing Alignment profile D o c u C o lo r 50 0 0 A dm i ni s t r at o r G u i de If you are editing an existing Alignment profile: a. From the Profiles window, Alignment tab, select the desired profile.
  • Page 72: Custom Paper

    3. P r o fi l e s Custom Paper 3- 1 4 Different media (including paper type, weight, and coating/ uncoating) may require specific handling by the digital press as it is moving through the paper path. For example, some media types may skew or curl as they progress through the printing path of the digital press.
  • Page 73: Custom Paper Procedure

    Custom Paper procedure D o c u C o lo r 50 0 0 A dm i ni s t r at o r G u i de Use the following procedure for creating/modifying a Custom Paper Profile. From the Profiles window, select the Custom Paper tab. To create a new custom paper procedure, select a undefined profile.
  • Page 74: Creating An Custom Paper Profile

    3. P r o fi l e s Creating an Custom Paper profile 3- 1 6 Click the Edit button; the Custom Paper Profile Properties window opens. Type a name for this profile (the example in this procedure uses the name “Custom Paper1”). Next: Selecting the desired paper D o c uC o lo r 50 0 0 A d mi n i s t r a t o r G ui d e...
  • Page 75: Selecting The Desired Paper Type

    Selecting the desired paper type D o c u C o lo r 50 0 0 A dm i ni s t r at o r G u i de Select the desired paper Type from the pull-down menu. TIP: The paper type does not have to match the actual type of paper you are loading in the tray.
  • Page 76: Selecting The Desired Paper Weight

    3. P r o fi l e s Selecting the desired paper weight 3- 1 8 Select the desired paper Weight from the pull-down menu. Next: Selecting other options for your Custom Paper profile. D o c uC o lo r 50 0 0 A d mi n i s t r a t o r G ui d e...
  • Page 77: Selecting Other Options For Your Custom Paper Profile

    Selecting other options for your Custom Paper profile D o c u C o lo r 50 0 0 A dm i ni s t r at o r G u i de If required, select a Decurler Profile from the pull-down menu.
  • Page 78 3. P r o fi l e s 3- 2 0 If required, select an Alignment Profile from the pull-down menu. TIP: The default setting is Use Tray Properties. It is recommended that you leave this option at its default setting until you run test prints and evaluate the output of the prints.
  • Page 79 D o c u C o lo r 50 0 0 A dm i ni s t r at o r G u i de NOTE: If you select a specific Alignment Profile, the Profiles Properties button becomes accessible. By clicking on this button, the UI opens the Alignment Profile window for the selected profile, and you can edit that Alignment Profile if necessary.
  • Page 80 3. P r o fi l e s 3- 2 2 TIP: The default setting for both Sides 1 and 2 is 100%. It is recommended that you leave this option at its default setting until you run test prints and evaluate the output of the prints. Test Print is discussed in more detail in Running test NOTE: Refer to page 3-26 for information on the 2nd Bias...
  • Page 81 D o c u C o lo r 50 0 0 A dm i ni s t r at o r G u i de If required, choose a Paper Tray Air Assist option from the pull-down menu. TIP: The default setting Use Tray Option. It is recommended that you leave this option at its default setting until you run test prints and evaluate the output of the prints.
  • Page 82: Running Test Prints

    3. P r o fi l e s Running test prints 3- 2 4 Select the Test Print button; a new window opens. a. Select the 2 Sided button. NOTE: If you want to check the registration for 1 Sided prints only, select the 1 Sided button.
  • Page 83: Editing A Custom Paper Profile

    Editing a Custom Paper profile D o c u C o lo r 50 0 0 A dm i ni s t r at o r G u i de Evaluate the test prints by holding your 2 Sided output at eye level near a light source.
  • Page 84: Second Bias Transfer Belt

    3. P r o fi l e s Second Bias Transfer Belt 3- 2 6 The Second Bias Transfer Belt is where the image is transferred from the belt to the paper. The Second Bias Transfer Belt feature is normally used with heavier weight paper, such as 220 g/m greater, 10 pt, or 12 pt, which are just three examples;...
  • Page 85 3 . P r o fi l e s Use the 2nd Bias Transfer Belt feature when your: a. Prints may have mottle, which is uneven spotty toner coverage that occurs when printing large, solid areas of flat color. No Mottle Mottle D o c u C o lo r 50 0 0 A dm i ni s t r at o r G u i de 3-27...
  • Page 86 3. P r o fi l e s 3- 2 8 If mottle exists and it is heavy weight paper, increase one or both of the 2nd BTB values. If mottle exists and it is light weight paper, increase one or both of the 2nd BTB values. Evaluate the image quality.
  • Page 87 This test pattern represents an output with the desired colors. D o c u C o lo r 50 0 0 A dm i ni s t r at o r G u i de b. Prints have a color shift where the colors are much different than what you desire.
  • Page 88: Aligner Roll Pressure

    3. P r o fi l e s Aligner Roll Pressure 3- 3 0 Use this feature with paper types that slip and skew or have damaged edges. Examples: • Some coated paper types slip and skew, thereby misregistering the image on the output prints. In this case, you may want to increase the roll pressure in order to compensate for the slippage and skewing.
  • Page 89: Paper Tray Air Assist

    3 . P r o fi l e s Paper Tray Air Assist Use this feature to switch on or switch off the fans in a paper tray in order to eliminate misfeeds, paper jams, or other possible tray feeding problems. You can also select System Default or Use Tray Option if you want the digital press to decide whether or not to switch on or off the fans for a paper tray.
  • Page 90: Decurler

    3. P r o fi l e s Decurler Overview 3- 3 2 TIP: Please read all the Decurler information before using the Decurler Profile procedure. If you notice that output prints have too much curl, IMPORTANT! first try flipping over the stack of paper in the paper tray being used.
  • Page 91: Decurler Specifications

    Decurler specifications D o c u C o lo r 50 0 0 A dm i ni s t r at o r G u i de Paper curl is caused by many variables, including: • The manufacturer’s brand of paper and the manufacturing lot •...
  • Page 92: Decurler Settings A-D

    3. P r o fi l e s Decurler settings A-D 3- 3 4 The default Decurler settings for Type A through Type D are shown in the following table. These settings are automatically selected by the digital press. All Trays Paper Types Paper Weights Coated...
  • Page 93 Decurler A-D procedure D o c u C o lo r 50 0 0 A dm i ni s t r at o r G u i de If paper curl is interfering with digital press performance, begin by selecting an alternate Decurler Paper Type A through Type D setting Select one of these Decurler A-D settings from the Tray Properties window.
  • Page 94: Evaluate Your Print Output For Paper Curl

    Before using a specific Decurler Profile, evaluate your output for paper curl and whether or not you need to use a Decurler Profile by performing the following steps. Determine if Xerox has tested your paper type and weight by going to the www.xerox.com the latest Recommended Materials List (RML) for your digital press.
  • Page 95 Measuring the curl of an upward sheet D o c u C o lo r 50 0 0 A dm i ni s t r at o r G u i de Select the pages from your original print job that represent the extremes in curl (this usually indicates the print with the highest area of toner coverage).
  • Page 96: Decurler Profile Options

    3. P r o fi l e s Decurler Profile options 3- 3 8 Before you can create or use a Decurler Profile, you need to understand the function of the Decurler Profile options. The following illustration shows the Decurler Profile Properties window. NOTE: Items 1-6 are discussed in the sections entitled Downward/Upward Values.
  • Page 97: Name

    Name 1 Sided: Face Up 1 Sided: Face Down 2 Sided: Face Up 2 Sided: Face Down 2 Sided D o c u C o lo r 50 0 0 A dm i ni s t r at o r G u i de Percentage value: The number entered here represents the percentage of toner area coverage on the originals.
  • Page 98: Downward/Upward Values

    3. P r o fi l e s Downward/Upward Values 3- 4 0 The Downward and Upward values control a mechanism in the digital press that compensates for the curl formed in the fusing process; this is done by inducing an equal but opposite curl in the paper.
  • Page 99 D o c u C o lo r 50 0 0 A dm i ni s t r at o r G u i de • The output print in the output area is curled upwards and was measured with a curl average of 10 mm (refer to print output for paper curl).
  • Page 100: Decurler Profile Procedure

    3. P r o fi l e s Decurler Profile procedure 3- 4 2 Before using this procedure, use a Decurler A-D IMPORTANT! setting to eliminate the curl in our print output; refer to page 3- 34. If a Decurler A-D setting is unsuccessful in eliminating your curl, evaluate the curl on the output prints (page 3-36).
  • Page 101 D o c u C o lo r 50 0 0 A dm i ni s t r at o r G u i de Check the output for curl. a. If the curl is eliminated, you are finished. Continue running your prints using the specific Decurler A-D setting.
  • Page 102 3. P r o fi l e s 3- 4 4 To create a new decurler profile, select a undefined profile and click Edit. The Decurler Profile Properties window opens. Type a name for this profile (the example in this procedure uses the name “DecurlerProfile1”).
  • Page 103 D o c u C o lo r 50 0 0 A dm i ni s t r at o r G u i de Enter your curl calculations in the Downward/Upward tables. Select OK to save and close the profile. NOTE: If the values entered in the Downward and Upward tables have conflicting values (not in ascending or descending order across an entire row), an error message is displayed and you...
  • Page 104 3. P r o fi l e s 3- 4 6 From the Tray Properties window, select the Decurler Profile that you just created/edited (for example, DecurlerProfile1). Select the pages from your original print job that represent the extremes in curl. Enter a print quantity of 20-25 and print these pages.
  • Page 105 From the Profiles window, Decurler tab, select the desired profile. b. Click the Edit button. c. Repeat this procedure starting at Step 6. If you are not successful in reducing the curl, call your Xerox service representative. 3 . P r o fi l e s 3-47...
  • Page 106 3. P r o fi l e s D o c uC o lo r 50 0 0 A d mi n i s t r a t o r G ui d e 3- 4 8...