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Xerox 6030/6050 Wide Format
Copier / Printer User Guide
701P41574
Version 2.0
May 2004

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  • Page 1 Xerox 6030/6050 Wide Format Copier / Printer User Guide 701P41574 Version 2.0 May 2004...
  • Page 2 Solaris and SunOS are registered trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc. UNIX is a registered trademark of Open Group Company Limited XEROX®, The Document Company®, the digital X®, Xerox 6030/6050 Wide Format Printer, and Versatec are the trademarks of or licensed to XEROX CORPORATION.
  • Page 3 Thank you for using the Xerox 6030/6050 Wide Format Copier/Printer User Guide (hereinafter known as 6030/6050 Wide Format). This User Guide describes the basic operations and the detailed functions of the Xerox 6030/6050 Wide Format Copier, Printer and integrated Scanner. It also includes usage precautions, safety notes, replenishing toner, replacing paper, trouble shooting and other general instructions.
  • Page 4 Conventions This User Guide uses the following symbols and conventions: < > key Indicates the keys on the control panel. Press the <Enter> key. Indicates the menus and display items on the screens. Select either the [On] or [Off] buttons to display [Job Name], [Owner], and [Reason] in that order.
  • Page 5: Safety Notes

    Read these safety notes carefully before using this product to ensure you operate the equipment safely. Your Xerox product and recommended supplies have been designed and tested to meet strict safety requirements. These include safety agency approval, and compliance to established environmental stan- dards.
  • Page 6: Electricity At Work Regulations

    1989 Regula- tion. Customers wishing to complete safety testing should contact Xerox for advice prior to any test implementation. Xerox equipment should, however, be properly and regularly serviced and maintained at all times.
  • Page 7: Electrical Supply

    ANSWER: After safety testing, your Xerox Customer Service Engineer will provide you with a certifi- cate which details the results of all tests completed. In the event of any defect being noted, the Xerox equipment will be switched off and disconnected from the supply until the defect has been corrected.
  • Page 8: Operator Accessible Areas

    WARNING This product must be connect to a protective earth circuit. This product is supplied with a plug that has a protective earth pin. This plug will fit only into an grounded electrical outlet. This is a safety feature. To avoid risk of electric shock, contact your electrician to replace the electrical outlet if you are unable to insert the plug into it.
  • Page 9: Emergency Power Off

    • This equipment is to be used on a dedicated 20A, 208-240 Vac 60Hz circuit or 16A, 220-240 Vac 50Hz. The equipment must be connected to a grounded mains outlet. If this machine needs to be moved to a different location, contact a Xerox service representative or your authorized local representative or service support organization.
  • Page 10: Disconnect Device

    • Always follow all warnings and instructions that are marked on or supplied with the equipment. • Always exercise care when moving or relocating equipment. Please contact your local Xerox/ Fuji Xerox Service Department, or your local support organization to arrange relocation of the product to a location outside of your building.
  • Page 11: Maintenance Information

    • Never override or "cheat" any of the electrical or mechanical interlock devices. • Never operate the equipment if you notice unusual noises or odors. Disconnect the power cord from the electrical outlet and contact your local Xerox/Fuji Xerox Service Representative or Service Provider immediately.
  • Page 12: For Consumables

    Changes and modifications to this equipment not specifically approved by Xerox/ Fuji Xerox may void the user's authority to operate this equipment. Shielded interface cables must be used with this equipment to maintain compli- ance with FCC regulations in the United States and the Radio communications Act 1992 in Australia/New Zealand as applicable.
  • Page 13: Product Safety Certification

    Product Safety Certification This product is certified by the following Agencies using the Safety standards listed. Agency Standard TUV Rheinland of North America, Inc. UL60950:2000 (USA) Can/CSA-c22.2 No. 60950-00 (Canada) TUV Rheinland Japan Ltd. IEC60950:1999 Safety Notes...
  • Page 14: Regulatory Information

    Regulatory Information CE Mark The CE mark applied to this product symbolizes Xerox's declaration of conformity with the following applicable Directives of the European Union as of the dates indi- cated: January 1, 1995: Council Directive 72/23/EEC amended by Council directive 93/ 68/EEC, approximation of the laws of the member states related to low voltage equipment.
  • Page 15: Environmental Compliance

    Xerox ENERGY STAR equipment is preset at the factory to enter a ”low power” state and/or shut off completely after a specified period of use. These energy-sav- ing features can reduce product energy consumption in half when compared to conventional equipment.
  • Page 16: Product Recycling And Disposal

    Xerox product is part of the program. For more information about Xerox environmental programs, visit www.xerox.com/environment. If you are managing the disposal of your Xerox product, please note that the prod- uct contains lead, mercury and other materials whose disposal may be regulated due to environmental considerations.
  • Page 17: Illegal Copies And Printouts

    Illegal Copies and Printouts Congress, 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 reproductions. Obligations or Securities of the United States Government, such as: Certificates of Indebtedness National Bank Currency Coupons from Bonds...
  • Page 18 Stamps and other representatives of value, of whatever denomination, which have been or may be issued under any Act of Congress. Adjusted Compensation Certificates for Veterans of the World Wars. Obligations or Securities of any Foreign Government, Bank, or Corporation. Copyrighted materials, unless permission of the copyright owner has been obtained or the reproduction falls within the "fair use"...
  • Page 19 Reproducing the following is also prohibited in certain states: Automobile Licenses - Drivers' Licenses - Automobile Certificates of Title. The above list is not all-inclusive, and no liability is assumed for its completeness or accuracy. In case of doubt, consult your attorney. Canada Parliament, by statute, has forbidden the reproduction of the following subjects under certain circumstances.
  • Page 20: Other Countries

    In case of doubt, contact your legal counsel. Safety Extra Low Voltage Approval These Xerox Digital Copiers/Printers are in compliance with various governmental agencies and national safety regulations. All system ports meet the requirements for Safety Extra Low Voltage (SELV) circuits for connection to customer-owned devices and networks.
  • Page 21: Table Of Contents

    Table Of Contents Preface Safety Notes Regulatory Information Environmental Compliance Product Recycling and Disposal Illegal Copies and Printouts Table Of Contents Chapter 1 Main Components and Their Functions System Configuration ........................ 2 Main Components and Their Functions (Front) ..............4 Main Components and Their Functions (Rear) ..............
  • Page 22 Selecting the Media Supply ....................34 Interruption Copying ........................ 35 Copying from the Memory ..................... 36 Sample Copies ........................... 38 Chapter 4 Copy Functions Outline of Copy Functions ..................... 44 Making Copies in the Auto Mode ..................45 Selecting Document Image Types ..................
  • Page 23 Program Sort Preset ....................... 128 Other Copy Presets ......................... 133 Meter Check ..........................135 Chapter 8 Knowing Your Printer Outline of 6030/6050 Wide Format Print Service ............138 What is the 6030/6050 Wide Format Print Service? ............138 Table Of Contents...
  • Page 24 Print Service Operations ....................... 140 Main Printing Functions ......................142 Operation from the Printer Control Panel ................. 149 Basic Printer Control Panel Operations ................150 Outline of the Operation Menu .................... 151 Operations from Print Services on Web ................156 Operating Environment ......................
  • Page 25 Canceling and Changing the Priority of Jobs ..............200 Managing the Job Logs ......................202 10.3 Printer Operations ........................205 Displaying the Printer Status ....................205 Starting up and Suspending Received Jobs, Printing, and the Server ......208 10.4 Test Printing ..........................
  • Page 26 11.9 Power Save Mode ........................294 Chapter 12 Ethernet Print Service (for UNIX) 12.1 Outline of Ethernet Print Service ..................298 12.2 Registering the 6030/6050 Wide Format Printer System ..........299 Host System Registration ..................... 299 Registering the Remote Printer ...................
  • Page 27 Message List ..........................306 12.4 Printing Using the lp/lpr Command ................... 311 Printing (lpr Command) ......................311 Printing (lp Command) (for SunOS 5.x) ................313 Status Display (lpq Command) ................... 314 Cancel (lprm Command) ....................... 316 Message List ..........................319 Chapter 13 Loading Documents 13.1 Documents ..........................
  • Page 28 17.2 Using the Paper Heater ......................353 Chapter 18 Troubleshooting 18.1 Setup Screen/Printer Control Panel ..................356 18.2 Poor Image Quality ........................ 357 18.3 Other Errors ..........................358 18.4 Copier Troubleshooting ......................359 Chapter 19 Clearing Paper Jams 19.1 Paper Jam Display ........................
  • Page 29: Chapter 1 Main Components And Their Functions

    Chapter Chapter 0 Main Components and Their Functions Chapter 1...
  • Page 30: System Configuration

    The following system configurations and options are available for the Xerox 6030/6050 Wide Format. Xerox 6050 (or 6030) Wide Format Printer This unit is Printer only, refer to the Xerox 6030/6050 Wide Format Printer User Guide for features and usability. Xerox 6030/6050 Wide Format Printer Xerox 6050 (or 6030) Wide Format Copier/Printer This unit features the Copier, Printer and integrated Scanner.
  • Page 31 Xerox 6050 (or 6030) Wide Format Printer with Scan System ® ® This unit features the Copier, Printer, Synergix Scanner and AccXES Controller. Xerox 6030/6050 Wide Format Printer with Scan System Xerox 6050 (or 6030) Wide Format Options You may acquire additional hardware and software options for all units. Contact your Xerox Sales Representative to obtain additional information on options.
  • Page 32: Main Components And Their Functions (Front)

    Main Components and Their Functions (Front) Main Components and Their Functions The Copier/Printer is used for explanatory purposes in this User Guide. Name Function Scanner document table The documents to be scanned are inserted here. Setup screen Used to confirm the settings, such as the print count, and messages relating to the machine status.
  • Page 33 Name Function Media tray (Standard) The dual roll type media tray that feeds roll paper. Scanner power switch Used to switch on/off the power to the scanner. Main Components and Their Functions Name Function Toner supply port The toner is supplied through this port. 1.2 Main Components and Their Functions (Front)
  • Page 34: Main Components And Their Functions (Rear)

    Main Components and Their Functions (Rear) Main Components and Their Function Name Function Document ejection port The scanned documents are ejected to this port. Power outlet socket Removed from unit. Print ejection port Printed paper is ejected to this port. Remote switch A selector switch that enables the power to both the scanner and the printer to be switched on and off...
  • Page 35: Switching The Power On And Off

    Switching the Power On and Off Both the scanner and the Printer are equipped with their own independent power switches. It is necessary to ensure that the Circuit Breaker Switch is set to ON in order to switch the power of the Printer on and off with the use of its own independent power switch.
  • Page 36 Set the Circuit Breaker on the Printer to ON. Set the Main Power Switch to ON. Main Power Switch Circuit Breaker Chapter 1 Main Components and Their Functions...
  • Page 37: Switching Off The Power

    Switching Off the Power Switch off the power following the steps shown below. Never switch off the power while printing is in progress. Failure to observe this may result in paper jamming in the higher-temperature areas of the machine. [Operation] Set the Main Power Switch to OFF.
  • Page 38 Chapter 1 Main Components and Their Functions...
  • Page 39: Chapter 2 Knowing Your Copier

    Chapter Chapter 0 Knowing Your Copier Chapter 2...
  • Page 40: Main Functions

    Main Functions The following copy functions can be defined with the 6030/6050 Wide Format Copier/ Printer. Document Image Type Selects the document image type in accordance with the type of document being copied. Reduce/Enlarge Enlarges or reduces images for copying purposes.
  • Page 41 Image Location Moves the image up, down, left and right to enable the fold function to be used. Edge Erase Erases the edges of the document. Mirror Image Scan Start Position C r ea t es a m i r r o r i m a g e o f t h e Starts scanning from any desired position on the original.
  • Page 42: Using The Control Panel

    Using the Control Panel The control panel consists of various buttons, lamps and a touch-panel display. The touch-panel display enables functions to be selected and operated simply by touching the relevant area directly with a finger. The details displayed on the touch-panel display in this user guide are known as "screens"...
  • Page 43 Name Function Copier’s Menu Screen Sets up the various functions. Also displays messages. [Job in Memory] lamp Illuminated when accumulated documents reside in the memory. Screen Contrast Dial Adjusts the contrast of the control panel. <Custom Presets/Meter Sets up the specifications for the machine. Also enables meter Check>...
  • Page 44 Name Function <Media Supply> keys Sets the tray in which the paper to be used has been loaded. The lamp on the left-hand side of the specified tray will be illuminated. <Reduce/Enlarge> keys Sets the percentage at which the copies are to be output. The lamp on the left-hand side of the specified percentage will be illuminated.
  • Page 45: Using The Setup Screens

    Using the Setup Screens This section provides explanations on the various functions and buttons available on the setup screens. Number of copies Ready to copy. Message area Auto-Mode Document Sharpness Other Image Type Functions.. Default value check Document Size Paper Size Message area Displays messages relating to the status of the machine and operation guidance.
  • Page 46 Auto-Mode Document Sharpness Other [Cancel] button Image Type Functions.. Normal R/E... R/E by L&W... Media Supply.. [Done] button Media Cut Image Background Mode... Density... Suppression... Selection Image Scan Start Edge Erase... Position... Location... buttons Contrast Threshold Mirror Image Reversal Level... Image Location Cancel Done...
  • Page 47: Setting Up Media

    Setting up Media The media parameters must be set up when new media are loaded and when the type and size of existing media are changed. The media settings are made from the control panel. The media settings can also be made from the printer control panel. Refer to the Printer User Guide for details on setting up parameters from the printer control panel.
  • Page 48: Setting The Media

    The media types for which [Weight] can been specified: Media set to [Light] Bond (16-18lb.) E paper Vellum (18-20lb.) Film (50-69µ) Media set to [Ord.] Bond (18-20lb.) Premium (20lb.) Premium Tints (20lb.) Premium Fluorescent (20lb.) Performance (20lb.) Vellum (20-24lb.) Premium Tracing (24lb.) Film (70-80µ) Premium Film (75micron) Media set to [Heavy]...
  • Page 49 [Media Setting/Trimming] Done Media setting/Trimming screen will be displayed. Select Size series Media type Weight t h e r o l l o r t r a y t h a t i s t o b e Roll 1 ISO A Bond Light...
  • Page 50: Functions

    This section outlines the copy mode, printer mode, and scanner mode. Copy Mode Images scanned with the scanner are output from the 6030/6050 Wide Format Copier. This screen enables the various copy functions to be set up. Ready to copy.
  • Page 51: Printer Mode

    Printer Mode The printer mode is activated when print data is transmitted from an external host to the printer. The machine will revert to the copier mode once printing has been completed. Printing in progress. Press [Interrupt] to make copies. Printer Pending Jobs : 0 Press the [Interrupt] key to switch to the copier mode when print processing is in...
  • Page 52 Chapter 2 Knowing Your Copier...
  • Page 53: Chapter 3 Basic Copy Operations

    Chapter Chapter 0 Basic Copy Operations Chapter 3...
  • Page 54: Making Basic Copies

    Making Basic Copies This section provides an overview of the copier functions. It also provides descriptions of automatic enlargement and reduction based on media selection. • Refer to "4.1 Outline of Copy Functions" in this manual for more details on making copies (page 44).
  • Page 55 The document size is automatically recognized in accordance with the size series parameters set with the custom presets function. Refer to the section on "Scan Speed" in "7.2 Setting up the Common Specifications" in this manual for more details (page 107).
  • Page 56: Basic Copy Operation Flow

    Basic Copy Operation Flow This section describes a basic copy operation flow. The number of copies to be printed can be specified between 1 and 99. Operation Procedure Correspondence between the various document sizes and media sizes is to be set up beforehand for the auto mode.
  • Page 57: Operation Flow For Manually Fed Copies

    Operation Flow for Manually Fed Copies Manual feeding is used when copying onto paper that is not loaded in the paper drawer or that is not commonly used. Up to 70 sheets of A3 portrait or A4 20lb. Bond portrait/landscape paper can be loaded.
  • Page 58 Set up the percentage, background suppression, image density and all other required copy methods. Refer to the sections on "Selecting Percentages" (page 33) and "Adjusting Density and Background Suppression" (page 31) in this manual for more details on these functions. Enter the number of copies required with the keypad.
  • Page 59: Adjusting Density And Background Suppression

    Adjusting Density and Background Suppression Image density can be adjusted to nine different stages. The < > key decreases the density and the < > key increases the density. It is also possible to suppress the background of documents, blueprints and documents that contain density blurring.
  • Page 60: Selecting The Media Cut Mode

    Selecting the Media Cut Mode Sets the media cutting method when roll media is being used. The following four media cut methods are available. • Standard Portrait Cuts the roll media to a standard shape when the document is fed into the machine vertically. •...
  • Page 61: Selecting Percentages

    Selecting Percentages Specifies the percentage that the copy is to be printed when in the manual mode. The following four percentage specification methods are available. • 100% Copies the document using the same percentage rates. • Reduce/Enlarge Enables any of the six types of percentage rates preset to Presets be selected for copy purposes.
  • Page 62: Selecting The Media Supply

    Selecting the Media Supply Selects the tray in which the media to be used is loaded when in the manual mode. Only single copies can be made for media types other than A3 and A4 when using the manual feed function. Also, the folder function cannot be used. Media supply keys Refer to "4.7 Selecting the Media Supply"...
  • Page 63: Interruption Copying

    Interruption Copying It is possible to interrupt continual copying tasks and large output tasks in order to make urgent copies. The function settings for the copying job in progress are saved as they are. • The following operations are not possible during interruptions. •...
  • Page 64: Copying From The Memory

    Copying from the Memory It is possible to reprint the most recently copied document with the use of the [Copy from Memory] function. A complete set of sorted copies will be reprinted if the most recent job involved sort copying. The [Copy from Memory] function cannot be used with the following operations or statuses.
  • Page 65 To stop, press [Copy from Memory] again. Change Setup Press [Change Setup] to change the settings. On the 6030/6050 Wide Format Copier/Printer, the [Change Setup] button will not be displayed unless the optional Scan & Function Extension Set is installed.
  • Page 66: Sample Copies

    Sample Copies To ensure that copies are printed in their optimum condition, it is possible to change the settings for a part of the document and print out a sample copy. The area to be copied can be set as well. It is possible to change the enlarge/reduce settings, the image density, the image type and all other settings for this area of the document by selecting [Part Output] when the [Output Range Setting] button has been selected.
  • Page 67 Operation Procedure Press the <Sample Copy> key on the control panel. The [Sample Copy] screen will be displayed. Ready to Sample Copy. Sample Copy To change setup, press [Change Setup]. To change the print image range, press [Output Range Setting] button. To cancel sample copy, press [Sample Copy] button again.
  • Page 68 When the [Change Setup] button has been pressed The [Sample Copy Change Setup] screen will be displayed. Copy setting can be changed. Sample Copy Change Setup Done Document Normal R/E... Mirror Image Image Type... Contrast R/E by L&W... Auto-Mode... Reversal Background Media Cut Sharpness...
  • Page 70 Chapter 3 Basic Copy Operations...
  • Page 71: Chapter 4 Copy Functions

    Chapter Chapter 0 Copy Functions Chapter 4...
  • Page 72: Outline Of Copy Functions

    Outline of Copy Functions The 6030/6050 Wide Format Copier is equipped with the following copy functions: Button Function Auto-Mode Sets up the automatic mode. Document Image Selects the image type in accordance with the style of the document. Type Sharpness Sets the sharpness levels for the outlines of the image to be copied.
  • Page 73: Making Copies In The Auto Mode

    Making Copies in the Auto Mode Auto-Mode The auto-mode function allows you to take an original document’s size and reduce or enlarge the output document using the auto-mode matrix. For example, if your document size is A0, and you want to print on A3, select A3 in the A0 column. •...
  • Page 74 Operation Procedure Select the [Auto-Mode] tab from Auto-Mode Document Sharpness Other Image Type Functions.. the copier's menu screen. Normal R/E... R/E by L&W... Media Supply.. The same operation can be Media Cut Image Background Mode... Density... Suppression... p e r f o r m e d b y p re s s i n g t h e Image Image Scan Start...
  • Page 75 Note the illustrations on the right. The Document Sizes (the size of the original) appear across the top: Sp. A0, Sp. A1, Sp. A2, Sp. A3, and A4. The Paper Sizes (the size of the output copy) appear in a column beneath each Document Size. If a size is surrounded by a dotted line, it's not selectable.
  • Page 76: Selecting Document Image Types

    Selecting Document Image Types Document Image Type Copies that match the quality of the original document can be made by selecting the image type that matches up with the document type. The document image types available are listed below. Line Is most suitable for documents that consist of characters and lines.
  • Page 77 The document image type screen will Auto-Mode Document Sharpness Other Image Type Functions.. be displayed. Line/ Picture Photo Line Picture Line Line (Trans Line Line (Cut & (Dark) -parent) Paste)... (DIAZO) Select the image type for the Auto-Mode Document Sharpness Other Image Type Functions..
  • Page 78 Set up the [Cut & Paste Width] if Cut & Paste Width Cancel Done [Line (Cut & Paste)] has been selected. 10 19mm 20 39mm 40 69mm 70 109mm 110 159mm 160 219mm 220 289mm 290 369mm 370 459mm 460 914mm •...
  • Page 79: Adjusting The Sharpness Of Image Outlines

    Adjusting the Sharpness of Image Outlines Sharpness This function sets the sharpness of the image outlines for copy purposes. This function is used when image outlines need to show clearly or when they need to be blurred. Maximum Strengthens the outlines for copy purposes. Normal Does not adjust the outline strength.
  • Page 80: Specifying R/E Percentages For Copy Purposes

    Specifying R/E Percentages for Copy Purposes Normal R/E Specifies the percentage that the image is to be enlarged or reduced for copy purposes. Copies the image at the same percentage rates. 100% R/E Presets Enables the percentages to be selected from six different preset types.
  • Page 81 The [Normal R/E] screen will be Normal R/E Cancel Done displayed. 100.0% When selecting R/E presets, R/E Presets percentages can be selected. Variable When selecting Variable R/E, ±0.1% increments within 25 to 400% can be selected. Select the enlargement/reduction m e t h o d f r o m [ 1 0 0 . 0 % ] , [ R / E Presets] and [Variable].
  • Page 82: Specifying Length & Width Percentages Independently

    Specifying Length & Width Percentages Independently R/E by L&W With this option, you can reduce or enlarge a document by manually selecting different percentages for output copy length and width. The copier/printer can also automatically calculate reduction and enlargement percentages; you simply enter the original document length and width and then enter the length and width you want the output copy to be, and the percentages are determined for you.
  • Page 83 Operation Procedure Select [R/E by L&W] from the Auto-Mode Document Sharpness Other Image Type Functions.. copier's menu screen. Normal R/E... R/E by L&W... Media Supply.. Select the [Other Functions] tab Media Cut Image Background Mode... Density... Suppression... if the item to be selected is not Image Image Scan Start...
  • Page 84 When [R/E Auto Calc] has been R/E by L&W Cancel Done selected (25.0 400.0%) 1. Move the [ ] mark with the Percentage 100.0 100.0 [Scroll] button to specify the value Auto Calc Document Document Length Length that is to be entered. Required Required Copy Length...
  • Page 85: Selecting The Media Supply

    Selecting the Media Supply Media Supply This function selects the roll to be used for the media supply in the manual mode. The optional (MSI) Multi Sheet Inserter/Manual Feed Unit is required when making manually fed copies. • The manual mode will be automatically activated if [Media Supply] is selected when in the auto mode.
  • Page 86: Cutting Roll Paper

    Cutting Roll Paper Media Cut Mode This function sets the method to be used for cutting roll paper. Cuts the roll paper to a standard size. The direction the document is Standard to be fed can be selected from [Portrait] and [Landscape]. Synchronized Cuts the roll paper to the same size as the document or in accordance with the enlargement/reduction percentages.
  • Page 87 The media sizes and directions determined by the width of the roll paper and by the direction of the document when [Standard] is specified as the media cut method are listed in the table below. Paper Media Roll Paper Direction Cut Length Paper Size/Direction Series...
  • Page 88 Operation Procedure Select [Media Cut Mode] from the Auto-Mode Document Sharpness Other Image Type Functions.. copier's menu screen. Normal R/E... R/E by L&W... Media Supply.. Select the [Other Functions] tab Media Cut Image Background Mode... Density... Suppression... if the item to be selected is not Image Image Scan Start...
  • Page 89 When [Variable Length] has been selected Media Cut Mode Cancel Done Set the variable length value (210 to 15,000 mm) with the use of the Standard [ ] and [ ] buttons, or with the [0] Synchro- (210 15000) nized Variable to [9] buttons on the keypad.
  • Page 90: Adjusting Image Density

    Adjusting Image Density Image Density Adjusts the density of the copy. The density level can be selected through nine stages from minimum to maximum. Document Normal Maximum Minimum Operation Procedure Select [Image Density] from the Auto-Mode Document Sharpness Other Image Type Functions..
  • Page 91: Selecting Background Suppression

    4.10 Selecting Background Suppression Background Suppression This function suppresses or erases the background for copy purposes. The larger the value specified, the more the background is suppressed, and the smaller the value specified, the less the background is suppressed. A u t o Enables the level of suppression to be selected from seven settings Adjustment between [Minimum] and [Maximum].
  • Page 92 Directions for using the [Background Suppression] Background Suppression is a technology that detects the background level of the drawing created with texts and lines. When dark background is selected from the [Document Image Type], image loss may occur when copying a normal to light density document.
  • Page 93 Operation Procedure Select [Background Suppression] Auto-Mode Document Sharpness Other Image Type Functions.. from the copier's menu screen. Normal R/E... R/E by L&W... Media Supply.. Select the [Other Functions] tab Media Cut Image Background Mode... Density... Suppression... if the item to be selected is not Scan Start Image Image...
  • Page 94: Moving The Image Location For Copy Purposes

    4.11 Moving the Image Location for Copy Purposes Image Location Moves the location of the image when the folding function or other functions are to be used for copy purposes. Up/Down Moves the image up and down within a range of 0 to +/ –...
  • Page 95 Operation Procedure Select [Image Location] from the Auto-Mode Document Sharpness Other Image Type Functions.. copier's menu screen. Normal R/E... R/E by L&W... Media Supply.. Select the [Other Functions] tab Media Cut Image Background Mode... Density... Suppression... if the item to be selected is not Image Image Scan Start...
  • Page 96 To move the image to the center Image Location Cancel Done Up/Down Press the [Centering] button. (999 0 999) Left/Right +100 (500 0 500) –100 –100 +100 Centering Press the [Done] button. The [Image Location] parameters will be set accordingly, and the screen will return to the copier's menu screen.
  • Page 97: Erasing Document Edges For Copy Purposes

    4.12 Erasing Document Edges for Copy Purposes Edge Erase This function erases the images on the outer edges of the document (top, bottom, left and right edges) for copy purposes. The edge erase function can be specified within a range of 0 to 50 mm in increments of 1 It is only possible to specify the edge erase function when using standard size paper.
  • Page 98 Operation Procedure Select [Edge Erase] from the Auto-Mode Document Sharpness Other Image Type Functions.. copier's menu screen. Normal R/E... R/E by L&W... Media Supply.. Select the [Other Functions] tab Media Cut Image Background Mode... Density... Suppression... if the item to be selected is not Image Image Scan Start...
  • Page 99: Specifying The Position From Which A Document

    4.13 Specifying the Position from which a Document is to be Scanned for Copy Purposes Scan Start Position The normal position for starting document scanning is the top left-hand corner of the document. This function enables the position for starting document scanning to be changed.
  • Page 100 Operation Procedure Select [Scan Start Position] from Auto-Mode Document Sharpness Other Image Type Functions.. the copier's menu screen. Normal R/E... R/E by L&W... Media Supply.. Select the [Other Functions] tab Media Cut Image Background Mode... Density... Suppression... if the item to be selected is not Scan Start Image Image...
  • Page 101: Inverting The Image Into A Mirror Image For Copy Purposes

    4.14 Inverting the Image into a Mirror Image for Copy Purposes Mirror Image This function inverts the document's image to copy it as a mirror image. The right-hand side of the copy will have a blank margin if the document's image is smaller than the paper used.
  • Page 102: Reversing The Contrast Of An Image For Copy Purposes

    4.15 Reversing the Contrast of an Image for Copy Purposes Contrast Reversal This function reverses the black and white contrast of an image for copy purposes. Only the image areas are eligible for contrast reversal. If the output media is larger than the image, all areas outside of the image will be copied in white.
  • Page 103 Operation Procedure Display the copier's menu screen. Auto-Mode Document Sharpness Other Image Type Functions.. Select the [Other Functions] tab Normal R/E... R/E by L&W... Media Supply.. if the item to be selected is not Media Cut Image Background Mode... Density... Suppression...
  • Page 104: Threshold Level For Gray Scale Adjusting

    4.16 Threshold Level for Gray Scale Adjusting Threshold Level This function simply assigns black or white to a document's gray scale colors. Assigns black or white to gray scale colors. The threshold for judging black and white can be specified. Leaves the gray scale colors as they are for copying purposes.
  • Page 105 When the threshold level has Threshold Cancel Done Level been set to [On] Set the threshold value (0 to 127) White Range Black Range for recognizing white or black with the use of the [ ] and [ ] buttons. (127 0 127) Press the [ 10] and [10...
  • Page 106: Sorting Data For Output Using E-Sorter

    4.17 Sorting Data for Output Using E-Sorter E-Sorter If you plan to use the [Program] function of E-Sorter, you need to set up a program first. For instructions on setting up a program, refer to the section on "Program Sort Preset"...
  • Page 107 • Program (Sort preset) Sample titles are given to Programs and Documents to help illustrate a construction site application for this feature Program 1 Program 2 Program 3 Program 4 "Architects" "General "Electrical Mechanical Contractor" Contractor" Contractor" Document A "General Drawings" Documents A to C Document B "Electrical Drawings"...
  • Page 108 Operation Procedure Select [E-Sorter] from the copier's Auto-Mode Document Sharpness Other Image Type Functions.. menu screen. Normal R/E... R/E by L&W... Media Supply.. Select the [Other Functions] tab Media Cut Image Background Mode... Density... Suppression... if the item to be selected is not Image Image Scan Start...
  • Page 109 Operation Procedure (Collated) Select [Collated] as the sorting E-Sorter Cancel Done method. Banner Sheet Press the [Yes] button to insert a 1.2.3... 1.2.3... Collated banner sheet. Insert banner sheets with Collated copies Program are grouped in number printed 1-2-3, 1-2-3 order. Select the number of desired output sets using the Control Board keypad.
  • Page 110 Insert the next document to be Ready to copy. scanned. Wait for the sample Change Setup For Next Doc copy, and If you are not satisfied, Done Media Cut Contrast Document press [Delete] or [Change Setup] Mode... Reversal Image Type... Threshold Background button as described in step 6.
  • Page 111 Press the [Done] button. Insert the first document from the document set, into the scanner. The Program Sort screen will be displayed. Wait for a sample copy to print. Examine the sample copy. If the Ready to copy. copy is acceptable, continue with Count /40 Count /40 s t e p 7 .
  • Page 112: Sorting Data Using Multi-Job

    4.18 Sorting Data using Multi-Job Multi-Job Multi-Job allows you to set up multiple jobs with different copy features for each page in a job. Before you use the Multi-Job function, you need to set up multiple jobs. For instructions on storing multiple jobs, see section "5.2 Storing a Job" (p. 92). A maximum of twenty multi-jobs (virtual layout destinations) can be stored.
  • Page 113 Operation Procedure Set the various multi-job settings beforehand with the use of the [Stored Job] function. Refer to "Chapter 5 Stored Job Functions" for details on the stored job (page 92). Stored Job Done Multi Image Quality 1 20 21 40 41 60 Recall Store...
  • Page 114 Select the multi-job number(s) for Multi-Job Cancel Done copy purposes. Set whether or not Multi-Job Number Banner sheet to insert a banner sheet. It is possible to select more than Insert banner one multi-job number. If no job sheets with number printed numbers are selected, the multi- job procedure will be voided.
  • Page 115 Press [Delete] if you need to Ready to copy. delete the last document scanned. Count /40 Count /40 Program Sort Job Cancel Press [Change Setup for Next Scanned: (1-300) Program Doc] if you need to change any of Remaining: the copy features of the next After scanning all originals, press [Done (Start Copying)] button to start copy.
  • Page 116 Chapter 4 Copy Functions...
  • Page 117: Chapter 5 Stored Job Functions

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  • Page 118: Outline Of Stored Job

    Outline of Stored Job This function enables the copy function settings that are most commonly used to be stored in the memory so that they can be recalled for copying purposes whenever necessary. This function is called stored job. Storing complex settings and frequently used settings as the stored job can prove extremely useful.
  • Page 119 Function parameter check sheet Stored job feature No. ( Copy Sets < > ( 1-> 99 ) Media Supply ;R/E Auto-Mode Manual-Mode Auto-Mode A0->A A1->A A2->A A3->A A4->A Media Cut Mode Standard Portrait Standard Landscape Synchronized Variable Length Variable Length Reduce/Enlarge Fixed/Variable R/E by L&W...
  • Page 120: Storing A Job

    Storing a Job This function stores a job. In order to change the details of the stored job, it is first necessary to delete the information and then re-register it. Operation Procedure Set up all of the functions that are Auto-Mode Document Sharpness...
  • Page 121 Press the [Store] button. Stored Job Done Multi Image 1 20 21 40 41 60 Quality Recall Store Delete Setup Print Select the job type and job number Stored Job Done that are to be stored. Multi Image Quality 1 20 21 40 41 60 The buttons outlined in dotted...
  • Page 122: Recalling The Stored Job

    Recalling the Stored Job This function recalls the stored job. Operation Procedure Press the <Stored Job> key on the control panel. T h e s t o r e d j o b s c r e e n w i l l b e Stored Job Done displayed.
  • Page 123: Deleting The Stored Job

    Deleting the Stored Job This function deletes the stored job. Operation Procedure Press the <Stored Job> key on the control panel. T h e s t o r e d j o b s c r e e n w i l l b e Stored Job Done displayed.
  • Page 124 Select the job type and job number Stored Job Done that are to be deleted. Multi Image 1 20 21 40 41 60 Quality The buttons outlined in dotted Recall lines do not have stored jobs and Store cannot be selected. Delete Setup Print...
  • Page 125: Printing Out Lists Of The Stored Job Settings

    Printing out Lists of the Stored Job Settings This function prints out a list of the stored job settings. Operation Procedure Press the <Stored Job> key on the control panel. T h e s t o r e d j o b s c r e e n w i l l b e Stored Job Done displayed.
  • Page 126 Select the job type and job number Stored Job Done that are to be printed. Multi Image Press the [All Jobs] button if all 1 20 21 40 41 60 Quality Recall All jobs jobs are to be printed. Store The buttons outlined in dotted Delete lines do not have stored jobs and...
  • Page 127: Chapter 6 Scanner Functions

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  • Page 128: Outline Of Scanner Functions

    Outline of Scanner Functions The 6030/6050 Wide Format Copier/Printer offers three different functions: printer, copier and integrated scanner. The following two modes are available when using it as the scanner. Scanner Mode This mode allows the scanner to be used independently of other units. The scanner scans images and transmits the data to the host PC.
  • Page 129: Basic Scanner Operation Flow

    Basic Scanner Operation Flow This section explains the basic scanner operation flow. Scanner Mode Operation Procedures Activate the scanner mode from the host PC. [Ready to Scan] will be displayed on the control panel screen. Ready to Scan. To stop scanning, operate from external device.
  • Page 130 Scan and Copy Mode Operation Procedures Activate the scan and copy mode from the host PC. The copier menu will be displayed on the control panel's screen. Ready to copy (Scan & Copy). Load documents face down. Auto-Mode Document Sharpness Other Image Type Functions..
  • Page 131: Chapter 7 Custom Presets / Meter Check

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  • Page 132: The Custom Presets / Meter Check Functions

    The Custom Presets / Meter Check Functions The following parameters can be set up and the following details confirmed when the <Custom Presets / Meter Check> key is pressed. • Confirming the meters • Setting the media • Changing the custom presets •...
  • Page 133 When [Media setting/Trimming] Media setting/Trimming Done has been selected Size series Media type Weight Set up the paper to be loaded for all Roll 1 ISO A Bond Light Roll 2 ISO A Bond Light rolls and trays. Tray 3 ISO A Bond Light...
  • Page 134 Items Setting XXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXX Displays the versions of the software XXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXX installed on the 6030/6050 Wide XXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXX Format Copier. XXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXX Previ- Next When [Document size series]...
  • Page 135: Setting Up The Common Specifications

    Setting up the Common Specifications The following functions listed in the table below are available in the common specifications on the copier control panel. Press the <Custom Presets/Meter Check> key, select [Custom Presets], and select [System Presets]. This will allow the user to set up the parameters for the entire machine.
  • Page 136: Time & Date

    Time & Date Sets up the system date and time. Operation Procedure Select the [Time & Date] button on Custom Presets – System Presets Done the [Custom Presets – System Auto Clear/ Time & Date... Timer... Backlight Off. Presets] screen. Attention How to start Scan Speed...
  • Page 137: Timer

    Timer This function automatically reduces the amount of power used by the machine and enters the power saving mode after a preset period of time has elapsed without any operations being made. The amount of time prior to entering the power saving mode is set here.
  • Page 138 Select the time with the use of the Low Power Mode 2 Cancel Done [ ] and [ ] buttons, and then Select time to enter into Low Power Mode 2 press the [Done] button. from the last copy job or operation. The specified parameter will be (15 120) Minutes...
  • Page 139: Auto Clear / Backlight Off

    Auto Clear / Backlight Off Specifies whether or not to automatically reset the system and switch off the backlight. The default value when shipped from the factory is [No]. Auto Clear Sets whether to clear all settings after copies have been printed to return the system to the default values (the same values as when the <Clear All>...
  • Page 140: How To Start Scanning

    How to Start Scanning Selects whether to start scanning automatically or by pressing the <Start> key after documents have been loaded. The default value when shipped from the factory is [Auto Start]. Auto Start Starts scanning automatically after a document has been loaded.
  • Page 141: Scan Speed

    Scan Speed Sets whether or not document scanning is to be carried out at low speed when the <Low Speed Scanning> key on the control panel is pressed. The scanning speed will be reduced by fifty percent if this parameter is Set to [On]. The default value when shipped from the factory is [Off].
  • Page 142: Attention Tone

    Attention Tone Sets the buzzer on and off. The default value when shipped from the factory is [On] for all tones. Normal Sets whether or not to sound the tone when the buttons on the control panel are accepted by the system. Alarm Sets whether or not to sound the tone when the buttons on the control panel are not accepted by the system.
  • Page 143: Other System Presets

    Change Default Sets whether or not to switch from the tray to No: 0 No: 0 the roll automatically. (N/A for 6030/6050) Yes: 1 Sets whether or not to switch from the roll to No: 0 No: 0 the tray automatically.
  • Page 144 Code Function Change Default Sets the amount of time that previous Time (seconds) 60 seconds document data are to be stored to enable copies to be made from the memory. Once the time set here has elapsed, the previous document data will be automatically erased and copies can no longer be printed from the memory.
  • Page 145 Enter the desired value with the Other System Presets Done use of the keypad, and then press the [Scroll] button. Code Current Press the [Done] button. The specified values will be saved and the screen will return to the [Custom Presets –...
  • Page 146: Setting Up The Copy Specifications

    Setting up the Copy Specifications The copy specifications are set up according to the following operations listed in the table below. To set these specifications, press the <Custom Presets/Meter Check> key, select [Custom Presets], and select [Copy Features]. This will allow the user to set up the parameters for copying.
  • Page 147: Switch Feature Buttons

    Switch Feature Buttons Lays out the menus on the copy setup screen. This enables the copier functions that are most frequently used to be saved on tabs and be displayed on the first page. Auto-Mode Document Sharpness Other Auto-Mode Document Sharpness Other Auto-Mode...
  • Page 148 Select the tab or menu that is to be Auto-Mode Document Sharpness Other Image Type Functions.. replaced by the menu selected in Normal R/E... R/E by L&W... Media Supply.. step Media Cut Image Background Mode... Density... Suppression... The menu will be placed in this Image Image Scan Start...
  • Page 149: Default Copy Features

    Default Copy Features Sets the default copy functions. The system will return to these default values when the power of the copier is switched on, when the <Clear All> key is pressed, and when the automatic reset function is activated. Setting the most frequently used settings as the default values is a useful way of avoiding having to reset the parameters every time a copy is made.
  • Page 150 Operation Procedure Select the [Default Copy Features] Custom Presets – Copy Features Done on the [Custom Presets – Copy Switch Feature Default Copy Media Type Buttons... Feature... fot Auto mode. Features] screen. Variable Auto Image R/E Preset... Length Preset. Rotate Preset. Output Order Program Sort Other Copy...
  • Page 151: Media Type For Auto Mode

    Media Type for Auto Mode Sets the media type for each media size when using the auto mode. The media type can be selected from [Not Selected], [Bond], [Film] and [Vellum]. A [No Paper] error will be triggered if the paper specified here is not loaded in the tray for all settings other than [Not Selected].
  • Page 152: R/E Preset

    R/E Preset Pre-registers the R/E percentages that are selected on the setup screen when [R/E Presets] has been specified for enlarging or reducing documents for copy purposes. Registering the percentages that you use frequently facilitates your copying work. Refer to "4.5 Specifying R/E Percentages for Copy Purposes" for details on the R/E presets (page 52).
  • Page 153: Variable Length Preset

    Variable Length Preset Sets the default values for the [Variable Length] displayed on the setup screen when the media cut mode is specified. The media sizes can be set up within a range of 210 to 15,000 mm for each media size. The maximum length that can be printed will differ in accordance with the width of the paper and the availability of the optional Print Length Extension Memory 512 MB.
  • Page 154: Setting The Auto Image Rotation

    Setting the Auto Image Rotation Rotates image 90 degrees to print on Landscape media when corresponding size portrait media is empty. This setting is valid only when [Portrait] is selected in [Auto Mode]. Auto Image Rotation becomes invalid when the following has been set. •...
  • Page 155: Output Order Preset

    Output Order Preset Sets the order in which copies are to be output when sorting has been specified or during multi-job copying. The scanned documents will be output in first to last order when [Ascending Order] has been specified. The scanned documents will be output in last to first order when [Descending Order] has been specified.
  • Page 156: Program Sort Preset

    Program Sort Preset Program Sort Preset allows you to configure sorting options that you can save as a program. After you have configured your sorting and copy features preferences, you save the configuration as a program, such as Program 1. You can then recall Program 1 to use for another set of originals.
  • Page 157 Select the program number (1 Program Sort Done through 300) you wish to use to 1 100 101 200 201 300 save the copy features you have Previ- Store Next selected. Press the [Next] button Change and [Previous] buttons to move Delete through the program numbers consecutively in groups of 20, or...
  • Page 158 Press the [Done] button to return to the [Custom Presets] screen. Press the [Done] button to return to the tab functions screen. Chapter 7 Custom Presets / Meter Check...
  • Page 159 Changing Program Sort Preset Select [Program Sort Preset] on Custom Presets – Copy Features Done t h e [ C u s t o m P r e s e ts – C o p y Switch Feature Default Copy Media Type Features] screen.
  • Page 160 Deleting Program Sort Presets Select [Program Sort Preset] on Custom Presets – Copy Features Done t h e [ C u s t o m P r e s e ts – C o p y Switch Feature Default Copy Media Type Buttons...
  • Page 161: Other Copy Presets

    Other Copy Presets Sets up other detailed copy presets. Enter the [Code] and [New] parameters using the following table for reference purposes to set up the other system presets. Code Function New parameter Default Sets the roll/tray to feed the banner sheet. Roll 1: 0 Roll 2: 1 Roll 1:0...
  • Page 162 Operation Procedure Select [Other Copy Presets] on Custom Presets – Copy Features Done t h e [ C u s t o m P r e s e ts – C o p y Switch Feature Default Copy Media Type Buttons...
  • Page 163: Meter Check

    Meter Check This function enables the total area printed up until now to be confirmed on the meter check screen. The meter counts as listed below are displayed on the screen. • Meter 1: The total area in units of square feet of paper printed up until now. (unit: ft •...
  • Page 164 Chapter 7 Custom Presets / Meter Check...
  • Page 165: Chapter 8 Knowing Your Printer

    Chapter Chapter 0 Knowing Your Printer Chapter 8...
  • Page 166: Outline Of 6030/6050 Wide Format Print Service

    This section provides an outline of the 6030/6050 Wide Format print service. What is the 6030/6050 Wide Format Print Service? The 6030/6050 Wide Format print service is service software that prints out printer data (jobs) transmitted from a client with the use of the 6030/6050 Wide Format printer.
  • Page 167: Printing Procedure

    BT-PlotAssistant (Optional) BT-PlotAssistant is printer support software that operates on Windows machines with the use of a simple GUI. It is possible to print out documents with the 6030/6050 Wide Format printer with this function. Refer to the Xerox 6030/6050 Wide Format BT-Plot Assistant User Guide for details on available functions.
  • Page 168: Print Service Operations

    Print Service Operations The following interface is available to execute the various print service functions. Operations from the printer control panel In addition to printer setup, it is also possible to perform communication interface setup, test printing, log management and other procedures from the printer control panel. Refer to "8.2 Operation from the Printer Control Panel"...
  • Page 169 Operations for Print Services on Web Print Services on Web is web server software pre-installed inside the 6030/6050 Wide Format printer. This enables printer setup, communication interface setup, log management and other procedures to be carried out from a client with the use of a web browser.
  • Page 170: Main Printing Functions

    Main Printing Functions This section provides an overview for main printing functions available with the 6030/ 6050 Wide Format printer. Logical Printers The pen attributes, paper type, number of copies and other printer parameters can be set up from either the printer control panel or Print Services on Web and saved as a logical (or virtual) printer.
  • Page 171 "Automatic" is used under normal circumstances. Specify the paper size manually if all output is to be unified on a single paper size. Refer to the "Output Option" section of "10.5 Logical Printer Settings" for details on available functions (page 238). 8.1 Outline of 6030/6050 Wide Format Print Service...
  • Page 172 Size Mapping When a table determining correspondence between input document sizes and output image size is established beforehand, a document can be enlarged or reduced automatically in accordance with the size mapping table. This function is called "size mapping". Enlarge Input document size Reduce Output image size...
  • Page 173 This performs mirroring (Mirror Image) or 90-degree rotation processing on the output image. Refer to the "Transform" section of "10.5 Logical Printer Settings" for details on available functions (page 221). Mirror image 90-degree rotation Input document Output images 8.1 Outline of 6030/6050 Wide Format Print Service...
  • Page 174 It is possible to reprint the most recently printed document. The number of copies to be printed can also be specified. Reprinting is not possible with the Xerox 6030 WF or Xerox 6050 WF if a copy operation is performed after print operation.
  • Page 175: Canceling Jobs

    Canceling Jobs Jobs transmitted to 6030/6050 Wide Format can be deleted by pressing the <Cancel Job> key. It is also possible to cancel specified jobs while checking the list of jobs on Print Services on Web. Refer to "8.2 Operation from the Printer Control Panel" for details on the <Cancel Job>...
  • Page 176: Job Recovery

    Job Recovery This machine is equipped with a recovery function for paper jams or when paper runs out. • Paper Jams The documents not printed because of the paper jam will be reprinted when the jam is cleared. • No Paper Printing will be restarted for the print job stored in the memory when paper is set in the printer.
  • Page 177: Operation From The Printer Control Panel

    Operation from the Printer Control Panel This section describes the names and functions of the printer control panel parts. <Power Saver> key [Processing] lamp (green) Activates the energy-saving mode. Indicates the printing status. Also cancels the energy-saving mode. Printing in process Energy-saving mode Blinking Receiving print data...
  • Page 178: Basic Printer Control Panel Operations

    Basic Printer Control Panel Operations It is necessary to set the printer in the offline mode in order to set up the various parameters. Press the <Menu> key to switch to the offline mode and display the menu screen. Key Operations The following keys are used on the menu screen.
  • Page 179: Outline Of The Operation Menu

    Online Mode Ready to print < > key Return to higher level <Menu> key < > key Move to lower level Offline Mode MENU MENU SETUP FILE Specified values: NETWORK/PORT SET SETUP FILE EDIT SETUP FILE Select with the < >...
  • Page 180: Job Logging

    SETUP FILE Sets up logical printers. It is possible to set all parameters required for printing, such as pen width and output paper size. Refer to "11.2 Setting up Logical Printers" for logical printer details and operations (page 255). SYSTEM PARAMETER Sets up the system's management information, such as the system date and hard disk usage conditions.
  • Page 181 Operation Examples This section provides examples of selecting menu items. Ready to print <Menu> key Press the <Menu> key. The machine will enter the offline mode. MENU NETWORK/PORT SET < > key Press the < > key. T h e op e r a t i on m e n u' s t op m e n u w i l l b e MENU displayed.
  • Page 182 < > key Press the < > key to return to an even higher level. MENU PORT SETTING Selecting a value of a feature This section provides an example of setting a value. TRANSFORM Select the menu item that you want to set so that Auto Scale it is displayed on screen.
  • Page 183 Entering Numerals and Characters This section provides examples of entering numerals and characters. Select the menu item that you want to set so that DEF. MULTI PEN Pen No. it is displayed on screen. < > key Press the < >...
  • Page 184: Operations From Print Services On Web

    Operations from Print Services on Print Services on Web is web server software pre-installed on the 6030/6050 Wide Format printer. This enables the following procedures to be carried out from a client with the use of a web browser. •...
  • Page 185: Starting Up And Ending Print Services On Web

    This section explains how to start up and end Print Services on Web. Starting up Web Start up the client, and then the browser. Enter the URL for 6030/6050 Wide Format (http://Home name or IP address) in the browser's address field, and then press the <Enter> key. Ending Web...
  • Page 186: Print Services On Web Page Organization

    Print Services on Web Page Organization This section explains the various pages contained in Print Services on Web. Main Page This is the first page to be displayed when a connection is established with the Print Services on Web URL. This page is known as the "Main Page". The Main Page allows the following procedures to be carried out.
  • Page 187 Page. The User Main Page allows the following procedures to be carried out. • Click the [Status Update] button to display the most up-to-date status of 6030/6050 Wide Format. • Click the [Job and Log], [Status], or [Print Setup] buttons to display the User Page.
  • Page 188 Page and the user name and password entered. The Administrator Main Page allows the following procedures to be carried out. • Click the [Status Update] button to display the most up-to-date status of 6030/6050. • Click the [Job and Log], [Status], [Print Setup], [Properties], [Tool] or [Change Password] buttons to display the Administrator Page.
  • Page 189 Refer to "10.2 Job Operations" for details on operations (page 198). [Status] tab This tab enables the current status of the 6030/6050 Wide Format, such as the printer status and paper status, to be verified. It is also possible to issue commands to start up the server, receive and terminate jobs, and start print processing from here.
  • Page 190: Online Help

    Online Help Click the [Help] button displayed at the bottom right-hand side of the frame to display the online help. The online help page enables the user to check unclear items relating to Print Services on Web and operation methods. Chapter 8 Knowing Your Printer...
  • Page 191: Chapter 9 Printer Setup

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  • Page 192: Setting Up Communication Parameters

    Setting up Communication Parameters It is necessary to connect the "6030/6050 Wide Format" printer to the host before it can be used for printing. This section explains the procedures required to set up the connection parameters for the interface that is already installed within the "6030/6050 Wide Format" printer.
  • Page 193 TCP/IP The following communication parameters need to be set up. Menu Item Description Default Parser Selects the parser or data format interpreter that is to be used for processing when the input data format has not been specified from [HPGL], [Versatec], [TIFF] and [CALS].
  • Page 194 Serial The following communication parameters need to be set up. Menu Item Description Handshake The handshake method is selected from the following choices. The default setting is [XON/XOFF]. [XON/XOFF] Handshake using the XON/XOFF protocol. [HARDWARE] Handshake using the hardware. [ENQ-ACK] Handshake using the ENQ-ACK protocol.
  • Page 195 Centronics (optional) The following communication parameters need to be set up. Menu Item Description Ack Mode The Ack mode is selected from [MODE0], [MODE1], [MODE2], [MODE3], and [MODE7]. The default setting is [MODE0]. DMA Timeout The timeout value for data input is entered within a range of 1 to 255 seconds.
  • Page 196 SNMP The following communication parameters need to be set up. SNMP can only be set up from Print Services on Web. Menu Item Description SNMP Sets whether to enable SNMP or not. Community Sets the Community String to be imbedded when the client String transmits SNMP packets.
  • Page 197: Setting The Parameters From The Printer Control Panel

    Setting the Parameters from the Printer Control Panel It is possible to set up the TCP/IP, Serial, Centronics (optional), and VPI (optional) parameters from the printer control panel. The procedures for this are explained below. The changed parameters become valid after the machine has been rebooted. Refer to "8.2 Operation from the Printer Control Panel"...
  • Page 198 TCP/IP PORT SETTING Display [TCP/IP] on the setup item selection TCP/IP screen, and then press the < > key. TCP/IP Select the item that is to be set up with the use of Default Parser the < > and < > keys, and then press the <...
  • Page 199 Adding items to the routing table Static Routing 1. Select [ON] for [Static Routing], and then press the <Set> key. Press the < > key once it has been set. 2. Select [ADD] for the [ROUTING TABLE], ROUTING TABLE and then press the < >...
  • Page 200 Serial PORT SETTING Display [SERIAL] on the setup item selection SERIAL screen, and then press the < > key. SERIAL Select the item that is to be set up with the use of Baud Rate the < > and < > keys, and then press the <...
  • Page 201 VPI (optional) PORT SETTING Display [VPI] on the setup item selection screen, and then press the < > key. Select the item that is to be set up with the use of Job Separation the < > and < > keys, and then press the <...
  • Page 202 An example of the settings printout is shown below. [PLOTTER CONFIGURATION] H/W CONFIG Model DocuWide6050 Software Version = 2.x.00 RAM Total 512 MB Segment Memory 12 MB Work Memory 12 MB Frame Memory 421 MB HardDisk IC35L040AVER07-0 PORT SETTING +- ETHERNET Ethernet Setting = AUTO Ethernet Address =...
  • Page 203 Description of Each Item The contents of [H/W CONFIG] and [SYSTEM PARAMETER] are shown below. Displayed Item Description Displays the capacity of the memory mounted H/W CONFIG RAM TOTAL on the printer. Displays the capacity of the area in which S E G M E N T intermediate data is stored during print MEMORY...
  • Page 204: Setting The Parameters From Print Services On Web

    Setting the Parameters from Print Services on Web It is possible to set up the TCP/IP, Serial, Centronics (optional), VPI (optional) and SNMP parameters from Print Services on Web. The procedures for this are explained below. • The changed parameters become valid after the machine has been rebooted.
  • Page 205 Set up each of the parameters, and then press the [Apply] button. If a list of the settings is to be printed out, select [Print Settings] from the [System parameters] menu and click the [Print] button situated at the top right- hand corner of the screen.
  • Page 206: Setting Up The System Parameters

    It is possible to set these system parameters with the use of the copier control panel for Xerox 6030 WF and Xerox 6050 WF. If the parameters are set with both the printer control panel and the copier control panel, the values set most recently will be the valid parameters.
  • Page 207 Menu Item Description Low power mode1 Sets the time (1 to 120 minutes) for moving to low power mode 1. Low power mode 1 is the mode that automatically reduces t h e t e m p e r a t u r e o f t h e f u s e r a n d r e s t r i c t s p o w e r consumption.
  • Page 208 Time) can be selected from [10], [30], [60], [90], [120], [180], [240], [300], [360], [420], and [480] (in units of minutes.) • EDMICS is software provided by Fuji Xerox for registering, retrieving, editing and outputting drawings, CAD data and other types of data.
  • Page 209 Operation Procedure MENU Press the < > key with [SYSTEM SYSTEM PARAMETER PARAMETER] displayed. SYSTEM PARAMETER Select the item that is to be set up with the use of Spool in HD the < > and < > keys, and then press the <...
  • Page 210: Setting The Parameters From Print Services On Web

    Setting the Parameters from Print Services on Web It is possible to set up the following system parameters from Print Services on Web. These procedures are performed on the Administrator Page. Menu Item Description Print Services Sets which of the following times should be set as the standard for determining the priority sequence of job output for the same job.
  • Page 211 Setting up print services Select [Print service] from the [System parameters] menu. The print service parameters setup screen will be displayed on the right-hand side of the screen. Select the queuing standard from [QIN_FOPEN] or [QIN_FCLOSE], and then press the [Apply] button. Setting up Extensions Select [Extension] from the [System parameters] menu.
  • Page 212 Setting up the Date Select [Set date] from the [System parameters] menu. The date setup screen will be displayed on the right-hand side of the screen. Enter the date and time, and then press the [Apply] button. Changing User Passwords Select [Display user] from the [User management] menu.
  • Page 213 The password change screen will be displayed on the right-hand side of the screen. Enter the new password twice, and then click the [Apply] button. Adding Users Select [Add user] from the [User management] menu. The screen for adding ftp users will be displayed on the right-hand side of the screen.
  • Page 215: Chapter 10 Basic Printer Machine Operations

    Chapter Chapter 0 Basic Printer Machine Operations Chapter 10...
  • Page 216: Basic Machine Operations

    10.1 Basic Machine Operations This section explains the following: • Setting up Logical Printers • Selecting Media Types • Using Paper Other Than Default Series Paper • Changing Output Roll Media for an Entire Job • Enlarging and Reducing • Printing Long Documents •...
  • Page 217 Operation Procedure Start up Print Services on Web and display the [Print Setup] tab on the User Page or Administrator Page. Refer to "8.3 Operations from Print Services on Web" for details on starting up Print Services on Web (page 156). Select the format type from [Data format], and then select the logical printer number range from [Detail].
  • Page 218 The logical printer settings will be displayed. Click the [Print] button to print out a list of the logical printer settings. Click the item that is to be set up from the [Detail] menu. The settings for the selected item will be displayed on the right-hand side of the screen.
  • Page 219: Selecting Media Types

    Selecting Media Types The paper type is set with the use of [Media Type] for the logical printers. This parameter can be selected from [Any], [Bond], [Vellum], and [Film]. [Any] is set for this under normal circumstances. Specify the paper type manually if the paper to be used is limited.
  • Page 220: Changing Output Roll Media For An Entire Job

    Changing Output Roll Media for an Entire Job By setting the [Size] on [Output Option] to [AUTO] (either [AUTO], [OTHER], [MIX] or [MIX2]), the output paper is determined in accordance with the logical printer's [Media mapping] table. If a paper mapping table is prepared for each job, it is possible to change the output roll media for each job.
  • Page 221: Enlarging And Reducing

    Enlarging and Reducing It is possible to specify enlargements and reductions with the size mapping table. The size mapping table is a table determining correspondence between the input image size and the output image size beforehand. It enables the user to enlarge/reduce printing according to the table.
  • Page 222: Printing Long Documents

    Printing Long Documents It is possible to set up the method of cutting paper to either the standard A0 format cut (length of 1,189 mm), the standard shape increased in a multiple of integers, or the synchronization cut. This parameter is set up with the use of the [Output Option] function for the logical printers.
  • Page 223: Manual Feed Printing

    Operation Procedure Set [Select Tray] to [Manual]. Transmit printing data to the 6030/6050 Wide Format printer. The following message will be displayed on the printer control panel if no paper has been set in the (MSI) Multi Sheet Inserter/Manual Feed Unit.
  • Page 224: Troubleshooting

    TIFF data will not print properly. Check the compression format of the TIFF data. TIFF data compressed with the LZW format is not supported by 6030/6050 Wide Format and will consequently not be printed out. If the image is printed but either in enlarged or reduced sizes, there are cases where this can be overridden by making sure that resolution for the TIFF data is correctly set in [TIFF Option].
  • Page 225 Required lines will not print out. There are cases where this can be overridden by changing the [White Mode] setting on [Color Option]. The [White Mode] determines whether lines are to be drawn in white or in black when a [White Mode] instruction is received.
  • Page 226: Job Operations

    10.2 Job Operations The following operations are possible with the jobs transmitted to 6030/6050 Wide Format when Print Services on Web is used. • Displaying a list of jobs • Canceling and Changing the Priority of Jobs • Managing the Job Logs Displaying a list of jobs This function displays a list of jobs.
  • Page 227 A list of jobs will be displayed on the right-hand side of the screen. To limit the number of logical printers, set up [Logical Printer to be displayed] and [Registration Number], and then click the [Update] button. A list of jobs from the selected logical printers will be displayed. Details Displayed in the List of Jobs This function displays the following contents in the list of jobs.
  • Page 228: Canceling And Changing The Priority Of Jobs

    Canceling and Changing the Priority of Jobs This function enables jobs to be canceled and the printing priority to be changed. • These procedures can only be performed from the Administrator Page. • Jobs for which the print process has been completed cannot be canceled or have their priority changed.
  • Page 229 Click the [Change] button located on the right-hand side of the job. The following screen will be displayed. Click the [Cancel Job] - [Execute] button to cancel the job. Select with [High], [Normal] or [Low] from the [Change priority] drop down menu, and click the [Set] button.
  • Page 230: Managing The Job Logs

    Managing the Job Logs This function allows the various histories (logs) to be printed and deleted. There are two types of logs available: Job Log, and Error Log. It is only possible to display a list of job histories on the User Page. All other operations can only be carried out on the Administrator Page.
  • Page 231 Printing Logs Enter the date of the logs to be printed in [Printing range], and then click the [Print] button. Deleting Logs Click the [Change settings] button. The Change log setting screen will be displayed. Click the [Delete] button to delete a log. Set [Auto Print Setup] to [Enabled] to print the logs automatically.
  • Page 232: Error Log

    Error Log This records detailed information on the errors that occurred during job processing. Operation Procedure Start up Print Services on Web and display the [Job and Log] tab on the User Page or Administrator Page. Select [Error Log] from the [Log list] menu. A list of logs will be displayed on the right-hand side of the screen.
  • Page 233: Printer Operations

    10.3 Printer Operations The following operations are possible with the 6030/6050 Wide Format printer when Print Services on Web is used. • Displaying the Printer Status • Starting up and Suspending Received Jobs, Printing, and the Server Displaying the Printer Status This function displays the status of the 6030/6050 Wide Format printer.
  • Page 234 Displays the optional finisher attached to the printer. Processing data formats Displays the data formats that can be processed. Software version Displays the version of the 6030/6050 Wide Format printer's software. Engine parameter Displays the status of the following parameter settings.
  • Page 235 IOT_COM_ERR A communication error has occurred with the printer. Switch off the power of the printer, and then switch it on again. If the problem is not recovered, contact your Xerox Service Representative. IOT_NO_PAPER The printer's paper has run out. Place more paper in the tray that is empty.
  • Page 236: Starting Up And Suspending Received Jobs, Printing, And The Server

    Starting up and Suspending Received Jobs, Printing, and the Server This function enables the following procedures to be carried out. • Suspending job receipt Jobs are no longer received from the client. • Starting up job receipt Starts the receipt of jobs. •...
  • Page 237: Test Printing

    10.4 Test Printing This function prints out test data in order to check the operations of the printer. These procedures can only be performed from the Administrator Page. It is also possible to perform test printing from the printer control panel. Refer to "11.3 Test Printing"...
  • Page 238: Logical Printer Settings

    10.5 Logical Printer Settings This section provides detailed explanations on the logical printer settings.The settings may be accessed by using the Printer Control Panel or by accessing Print Services on Web. Logical printer The following parameters can be set for logical printers. However, the items that can be set will differ in accordance with the data format.
  • Page 239 Relevant Menu Item Description Format Drawing Rotation Sets the rotation direction for rotation printing. Direction Skip Command Enables and disables the PS command. HPGL EOP Command Enables and disables the EOP command. HPGL Color Option Enables and disables the white line function. HPGL, Versatec Media Exit...
  • Page 240: Media Series

    Media Series Sets the paper groups for the input, output and printing paper. It is also possible to set different groups for each of these. Settings The settings for this function are as follows. All of the default settings are [ISO A]. Menu Item Description Input size...
  • Page 241: Define Single Pen

    Define Single Pen Sets the width, color and other pen attributes for HPGL data. These settings are only valid with HPGL data. Settings The settings for this function are as follows. Menu Item Description Pen No. Sets the pen number within a range of 0 to 98. Width Sets the line width within a range of 0 to 511.
  • Page 242 End style SQUARE The normal method of ending lines. ROUND Rounds off both ends of the line with a half radius of the line Line width width. Half the line width Half the line width EXTEND Adds half of the line width in length to both ends of the line. Line width Half the line width Half the line width...
  • Page 243: Define Multi Pen

    Define Multi Pen Sets the line width, color and other pen attributes for HPGL data for multiple pens. The same parameters will be set for all other pen numbers within the range of specification. These settings are only valid with HPGL data. Settings The settings for this function are as follows.
  • Page 244: Versatec Pen Style

    Versatec Pen Style Sets the pen specifications for VCGL data. These settings are only valid with Versatec VCGL data. Settings The settings for this function are as follows. Menu Item Description Joint style Sets joint processing for lines to [UNJOINT], [BEVEL], [MITER] or [ROUND].
  • Page 245: Versatec Width

    Versatec Width Sets the width of the VCGL data pen. These settings are only valid with Versatec VCGL data. Settings The settings for this function are as follows. Menu Item Description Width Sets the line width within a range of 0 to 511. 1 = 0.0635 mm.
  • Page 246: Versatec Def. Multi Pen

    Versatec Def. Multi Pen Sets the pen attributes for VRF data for multiple pens. The same parameters will be set for all other pen numbers within the range of specification. These settings are only valid with Versatec VRF data. Settings The settings for this function are as follows.
  • Page 247: Emulation

    Emulation Selects the processing language for the HPGL format. These settings are only valid with HPGL data. Settings The settings for this function are as follows. Menu Item Description Emulation Sets the processing language from [HPGL] or [HPGL2]. The default setting is [HPGL]. Pen Option Sets whether or not to change the ratio of the pen thickness in accordance with enlargement/reduction rates when enlarging or reducing for printing purposes.
  • Page 248: Tiff Option

    TIFF Option Sets the sorting and output sequence, and the resolution priority for TIFF data. These settings are only valid with TIFF data. Settings The settings for this function are as follows. Menu Item Description Sort Mode Sets whether or not to sort the data for output purposes. The default setting is [OFF].
  • Page 249: Transform

    Transform Sets automatic enlargement/reduction, mirror processing and 90-degree rotation. • Auto Scale Input image Output image • Mirror Image Input image Output image • 90 - degree Rotation Output image Input image 10.5 Logical Printer Settings...
  • Page 250 Settings The settings for this function are as follows. Menu Item Description Auto Scale Sets whether or not to automatically enlarge or reduce sizes when the input size and output size are different. The default setting is [ON]. [ON] Automatically enlarges or reduces the size of the image to match the output size.
  • Page 251: Plot Area

    Plot Area Enables the print range (plot area) to be specified from the input image. The plot area can be specified to lay out the image in the center of the output paper (Auto Layout) or offset it (Set Offset Value). Any part of the image that overlaps the margin when offset has been specified will be cut.
  • Page 252 Settings The settings for this function are as follows. The area mode cannot be set for TIFF and CALS data. Only the auto layout function can be set. Menu Item Description Area Mode Sets the range to be printed at [ADAPTED], [FIXED], [IP AREA], [IW AREA], [RASTER] or [FIRST].
  • Page 253 Descriptions of Area Mode The various area modes are described below. ADAPTED The data range of the input image is set as the print range. Fig.1 FIXED (HP-GL) The range that encloses the maximum coordinate of the input image and the coordinates that represent the starting point of that coordinate is set as the print range.
  • Page 254 Fig.3. (IP AREA and IW AREA) The area specified with the [IP Command] or [IW Command]. Input image (0,0) Output image Offset Auto Layout: [YES] Auto Layout: [NO] Fig.4. (FIRST) (0,0) Output image Offset Auto Layout: [YES] Auto Layout: [NO] Fig.5.
  • Page 255: Message Option

    Message Option Sets whether or not to print error messages, label messages and date messages. The size of the characters used in the messages are fixed at a height of 2 mm regardless of whether the document is enlarged or reduced. 5 mm Top right Top left...
  • Page 256: Media Margin

    Media Margin Sets the top, bottom, left and right margin values for determining input sizes. + values represent margins outside of the paper size, and – values represent margins inside the paper size. The size that includes (excludes) these margins is established as the input judgment size.
  • Page 257: Size And Media Mapping

    Size and Media Mapping It is possible to enlarge or reduce standard size images and user-defined images to fit standard and user-defined output sizes with 6030/6050 Wide Format. This function is known as "Size Mapping". It is also possible to specify which roll media is to be used for actual printing in accordance with the output size.
  • Page 258: Setting Example

    Settings The settings for this function are as follows. Menu Item Description Auto Mapping Sets whether the automatic mapping function is to be enabled or not. The output paper size that best matches the output image size will be determined automatically when this function is set to [Enable].
  • Page 259 Size mapping is applied to the image with an input size of A3, which is then enlarged to an A2 output size (enlarged by 141.4%). Media mapping is applied as the output size is A2, and the image is printed on the A1 roll media (rotated by 90 degrees and output).
  • Page 260: Split Drawing

    Split Drawing It is possible to fragment images that exceed 1,189 mm in length for output purposes. It is also possible to add marks for positioning purposes on each fragment. A maximum of 30 fragmentations are possible. Fragment length Fragment length Settings The settings for this function are as follows.
  • Page 261: Priority

    Priority Sets the priority for printing. This function is used to increase the priority of jobs to print them out first when the job queue is congested. Settings The settings for this function are as follows. Menu Item Description PRIORITY Sets either of the following as the printing priority.
  • Page 262: Skip Command

    Skip Command Enables and disables the PS command. These settings are only valid with HPGL data. Settings The settings for this function are as follows. Menu Item Description PS Command [OFF] Enables the PS command. [ON] Disables the PS command. The default setting is [ON].
  • Page 263: Color Option

    Color Option Sets the drawing color from specified density to black when color command other than black is specified. This setting is only valid for HPGL and Versatec data. Settings The settings for this function are as follows. Menu Item Description White Mode Sets the drawing method when a color other than black is...
  • Page 264: Select Tray

    Select Tray Sets whether the paper is to be fed automatically from the feed trays or from the manual feed tray. The priority sequence for when automatic selection from the feed tray has been specified is [Roll 1], [Roll 2], [Roll 3], and [Roll 4] in this order. The optional (MSI) Multi Sheet Inserter/Manual Feed Unit is required for manual feeding.
  • Page 265: Input Option

    Input Option Sets the input image size. The following two judgment methods are available for input image size. • Automatic (AUTO) Calculates the coordinates of the input image and automatically determines the nearest size. • Specify Size Enables the paper size of the input image to be entered directly. The paper size can be selected from standard sizes and user-defined sizes.
  • Page 266: Output Option

    Output Option Sets the output size. The following two judgment methods are available for output image size. • Automatic (AUTO, OTHER, MIX, MIX2) Determines the most suitable output size based on the input size and the size mapping table. It also determines the paper or roll media size to use for actual printing in accordance with the output size and the paper mapping table (or automatically.) •...
  • Page 267 Menu Item Description Number of Sets the number of copies to be printed consecutively from a range of Joints 0 to 99 when [Size] has been specified. The default setting is [0]. A value that subtracts 1 from the length of the standard size will be set for [Connect].
  • Page 268: Media Type

    Media Type Sets the paper type. This setting is valid when a different type of paper of the same size is set in the printer. [ANY] is set for this under normal circumstances. When the paper type specification command is already set in the data from the host, the host command has priority.
  • Page 269: Size Recognition Priority

    Size Recognition Priority Sets whether images that are within the A0 size (length:1,189 mm) but that exceed the standard size are to be output on one size larger standard size paper, or if they are to be output on a standard size that has been increased by a multiple of whole numbers. This setting is useful when all images are to be output on the same size of standard output paper or on a standard size that has been increased by a multiple of whole numbers.
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  • Page 271: Chapter 11 Setup Using The Printer Control Panel

    Chapter Chapter 0 Setup Using the Printer Control Panel Chapter 11...
  • Page 272: List Of Menu Items

    11.1 List of Menu Items Press [Menu] to take offline. A list of the printer control panel menu items are provided below. The top level begins with Network/Port Set or Print Setup. The menu options in the table below preceded by the [ ] mark represent the value settings.
  • Page 273 Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6 S Y S T E M Set Date Set Date PARAMETER YY/MM/DD hh: mm Spool in HD Spool in HD OVERFLOWELEMENT ALWAYS AUTO ROLL Roll Tray Roll Tray Tray Roll Tray Roll SPA PAPER WIDTH...
  • Page 274 Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6 P O RT TCP/IP Ethernet Setting Ethernet Setting SETTING AUTO 10BASE_T 100BASE_T Default Parser Default Parser HPGL TIFF CALS Versatec IP Address IP Address xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx MASK Value MASK Value xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx E-Net Address E-Net Address...
  • Page 275 Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6 P O RT SERIAL Handshake Handshake SETTING XON/XOFF HARDWARE ENQ-ACK SOFTWARE (ENQ-ACK and SOFTWARE only with HPGL) Baud Rate Baud Rate 1200 2400 4800 9600 19200 Parity Parity NONE EVEN Data Bit...
  • Page 276 Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6 P O RT Report Offline Report Offline SETTING (optional) EOP Timeout EOP Timeout Timeout Value NO_TIMEOUT 1 to 255 sec TIMEOUT Job Separation Job Separation PRINT CONFIG SET: to Print. TEST PLOT Plot Size Plot Size...
  • Page 277 Supplementary Table (Continued from [Setting]) Level 5 Level 6 Level 7 Level 8 Level 9 Level 10 MEDIA SERIES Input Input ARCH JIS B ANSI ISO A Output Output ARCH JIS B ANSI ISO A Media Media ARCH JIS B ANSI ISO A DEF.SINGLE PEN...
  • Page 278 Level 5 Level 6 Level 7 Level 8 Level 9 Level 10 PEN STYLE Jointstyle Endstyle (Versatec only) SQUARE ROUND EXTEND TRIANGLE Endstyle Jointstyle UNJOINT BEVEL MITER ROUND Dashstyle Dashstyle NO_WRAP WRAP DEF.SINGLE PEN Pen No. Pen No. Color Color (Versatec only) 0 to 31 BLACK...
  • Page 279 Level 5 Level 6 Level 7 Level 8 Level 9 Level 10 TRANSFORM Auto Scale Auto Scale Mirror Image Mirror Image Rotate 90 Rotate 90 ( O n l y w h e n [ I n p ut Link Count] has been set to anything other than [AUTO].) PLOT AREA...
  • Page 280 Level 5 Level 6 Level 7 Level 8 Level 9 Level 10 SIZE/MEDIA MAP. Input Input Mapping Mapping Various paper sizes Various paper sizes Media Media Media AUTO Various paper sizes MANUAL SPLIT SPLIT Fragment Length Fragment Length 1189 to 15000 Page No Page No Margin...
  • Page 281 Level 5 Level 6 Level 7 Level 8 Level 9 Level 10 SELECT TRAY Tray Tray AUTO MANUAL Priority Priority CONTROLLER PRINTED COPY Copies Copies 1 to 99 Priority Priority (Versatec only) COMMAND MENU INPUT OPTION Size Size Connect Connect AUTO 0 to 99 Various paper sizes...
  • Page 282 The table below lists the printer control panel menu levels from the Print Setup top level. Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6 PRINT SETUP MEDIA MEDIA/Roll 1,2,3,4 & Type MEDIA Media Roll1 Bypass BOND Media Roll2 Type Media Roll3...
  • Page 283: Setting Up Logical Printers

    11.2 Setting up Logical Printers The following operations related to logical printers are set up from the printer control panel. • Setting up Logical Printers • Setting up the Default Logical Printer • Printing out a List of Settings Parameters for Logical Printer The following parameters can be set for logical printers.
  • Page 284 Data Parameter Description Relevant Section Format MEDIA MARGIN Sets the top, bottom, left and right margin values. Media Margin SIZE/MEDIA MAP. Sets up the size mapping and paper mapping S i z e a n d M e d i a parameters.
  • Page 285: Setting Up Logical Printers

    Setting up Logical Printers One hundred types of logical printers are available for each data format and it is possible to set each of these individually. The formats can be chosen from [HPGL], [Versatec], [TIFF] and [CALS]. The file numbers (logical printer numbers) can be specified within a range of 0 to 99. Refer to "8.2 Operation from the Printer Control Panel"...
  • Page 286 HPGL Versatec TIFF CALS MEDIA SERIES MEDIA SERIES MEDIA SERIES MEDIA SERIES DEF.SINGLE PEN PEN WIDTH TIFF OPTION CALS OPTION DEF.MULTI PEN PEN STYLE TRANSFORM TRANSFORM EMULATION DEF. SINGLE PEN PLOT AREA PLOT AREA PEN OPTION DEF. MULTI PEN MESSAGE OPTION MESSAGE OPTION TRANSFORM PEN OPTION...
  • Page 287 MEDIA SERIES EDIT HPGL Display [MEDIA SERIES] on the setup item MEDIA SERIES selection screen, and then press the < > key. MEDIA SERIES Select the item that is to be set up with the use of Input the < > and < > keys, and then press the <...
  • Page 288 DEF.MULTI PEN (HPGL only) EDIT HPGL Display [DEF.MULTI PEN] on the setup item DEF. MULTI PEN selection screen, and then press the < > key. DEF. MULTI PEN Press the < > key. Pen No. From – To Select the starting number and ending number of 00 –...
  • Page 289 Width Select the pen width with the use of the < > and < > keys, and then press the <Set> key. PEN STYLE (Versatec only) EDIT Versatec Display [PEN STYLE] on the setup item PEN STYLE selection screen, and then press the < >...
  • Page 290 Pen No. 05 Select the item that is to be set up with the use of Endstyle the < > and < > keys, and then press the < > key. The [Color] and [Endstyle] parameters will be displayed in that order. Endstyle Select the parameters with the use of the <...
  • Page 291 EDIT HPGL Display [EMULATION] on the setup item EMULATION selection screen, and then press the < > key. EMULATION Press the < > key. Emulation Emulation Select the HPGL processing language with the HPGL use of the < > and < > keys, and then press the <Set>...
  • Page 292 Sort Mode Select the parameters with the use of the < > and < > keys, and then press the <Set> key. When [MENU] has been selected with [DPI] MENU 1. Press the < > key immediately after pressing the <Set> key. 2.
  • Page 293 CALS OPTION (CALS only) EDIT CALS Display [CALS OPTION] on the setup item selection screen, and then press the < > key. CALS OPTION Press the < > key. Enable Rotation Enable Rotation Select whether or not to enable the [ROTATE] command with the use of the <...
  • Page 294 TRANSFORM EDIT HPGL Display [TRANSFORM] on the setup item TRANSFORM selection screen, and then press the < > key. TRANSFORM Select the item that is to be set up with the use of Auto Scale the < > and < > keys, and then press the <...
  • Page 295 2. Select the paper size with the use of the < > Size and < > keys, and then press the <Set> key. Press the < > key once it has been set. 3. Select either [OffsetX] or [OffsetY] with the Set Offset Value use of the <...
  • Page 296 MESSAGE OPTION EDIT HPGL Press the < > key with [MESSAGE OPTION] MESSAGE OPTION displayed on the setup item selection screen. MESSAGE OPTION Select the item that is to be set up with the use of Error Message the < > and < > keys, and then press the <...
  • Page 297 MEDIA MARGIN EDIT HPGL Display [MEDIA MARGIN] on the setup item MEDIA MARGIN selection screen, and then press the < > key. MEDIA MARGIN Select either [MarginX] or [MarginY] with the Margin X use of the < > and < > keys, and then press the <...
  • Page 298 When [Mapping] has been selected Mapping Select the paper size with the use of the < > and < > keys, and then press the <Set> key. When [Media] has been selected Media MANUAL 1. Select either [Auto] or [MANUAL], and then press the <Set>...
  • Page 299 W he n [ O N ] h a s be en se le c t e d f o r Margin [Margin] 1. Press the < > key immediately after pressing the <Set> key. 2. Select the margin with the use of the < > and Set Margin Len.
  • Page 300 SKIP COMMAND (HPGL only) EDIT HPGL Display [SKIP COMMAND] on the setup item SKIP COMMAND selection screen, and then press the < > key. SKIP COMMAND Press the < > key. PS Command PS command Select whether or not to disable the PS command with the use of the <...
  • Page 301 COLOR OPTION (HPGL and Versatec only) EDIT HPGL Display [COLOR OPTION] on the setup item COLOR OPTION selection screen, and then press the < > key. COLOR OPTION Press the < > key. White Mode White Mode Select whether or not to enable the White line function with the use of the <...
  • Page 302 PRINTED COPY EDIT HPGL Display [PRINTED COPY] on the setup item PRINTED COPY selection screen, and then press the < > key. PRINTED COPY Select the item that is to be set up with the use of Copies the < > and < > keys, and then press the <...
  • Page 303 OUTPUT OPTION EDIT HPGL Display [OUTPUT OPTION] on the setup item OUTPUT OPTION selection screen, and then press the < > key. OUTPUT OPTION Press the < > key. Size Size Select either [AUTO], [OTHER], [MIX], [MIX2] or the various paper sizes with the use of the <...
  • Page 304 MEDIA TYPE EDIT HPGL Display [MEDIA TYPE] on the setup item MEDIA TYPE selection screen, and then press the < > key. MEDIA TYPE Press the < > key. Type Type Select the relevant paper type with the use of the Vellum <...
  • Page 305 SIZE PRIORITY EDIT HPGL Display [SIZE PRIORITY] on the setup item SIZE PRIORITY selection screen, and then press the < > key. SIZE PRIORITY Press the < > key. Priority Priority Select the size priority mode with the use of the LONG <...
  • Page 306: Setting Up The Default Logical Printer

    Setting up the Default Logical Printer The following procedure sets up the logical printer that is to be used as the default. Operation Procedure MENU Press the < > key with [SETUP FILE] SETUP FILE displayed on the parameter selection screen. SETUP FILE Select [DEF.
  • Page 307: Printing Out A List Of Settings

    Printing out a List of Settings This function prints out a list of the settings established for the logical printers. Operation Procedure MENU Press the < > key with [SETUP FILE] SETUP FILE displayed on the parameter selection screen. SETUP FILE Select [PRINT SETUP] with the <...
  • Page 308: Test Printing

    11.3 Test Printing This function prints out test data in order to printer operations to be verified. The paper size can be selected from between A0 and A4. Refer to "8.2 Operation from the Printer Control Panel" for detailed instructions on printer control panel operations (page 149).
  • Page 309: Managing The Various Logs

    11.4 Managing the Various Logs The following two types of logs are available. It is possible to print and delete these logs. • JOB LOG • ERROR LOG Refer to "8.2 Operation from the Printer Control Panel" for detailed instructions on printer control panel operations (page 149).
  • Page 310 2. Select either [ON] or [OFF] with the use of Auto Mode the < > and < > keys when [Auto Mode] has been specified, and then press the <Set> key. When automatic printing is set to [ON], the processed jobs will be automatically p r i n t e d w h e n 5 1 p a g e s h a v e accumulated.
  • Page 311: Managing The Error Log

    Managing the Error Log This section explains the procedures for managing the error log. Operation Procedure MENU Press the < > key with [JOB LOGGING] JOB LOGGING displayed. JOB LOGGING Display the [ERROR LOG] with the use of the ERROR LOG <...
  • Page 312 Press the <Set> key when [SET:to Clear.] is SET : to Clear. displayed. The error log will be deleted accordingly. Example of a Error Log List [ErrorLog : Page 1] [Xerox 6050WF Version 2.X.XX] JobNo Data&Time Task Name ErrNo ErrorLevel Error Log...
  • Page 313: Reprinting

    It is possible to specify the number of copies to be printed within a range of 1 to 99. Reprinting is not possible with the Xerox 6030 WF or Xerox 6050 WF if a copy operation is performed after a print operation.
  • Page 314: Meter Confirmation

    11.6 Meter Confirmation It is possible to display meters on the printer control panel for confirmation purposes. Values with a maximum of nine digits can be displayed. Menu Item Description METER 1 The total area in units of square feet of paper printed up until now. (unit: ft METER 2 The total length printed up until now.
  • Page 315: Operations From The Printer Control Panel

    11.7 Operations from the Printer Control Panel This section explains the main components and their functions of the printer control panel. <Power Saver> key [Processing] lamp (green) Activates the energy-saving mode. Indicates the printing status. Also cancels the energy-saving mode. Printing in process Energy-saving mode Blinking Receiving print data...
  • Page 316: Menu Hierarchy

    Basic Operations of Printer Control Panel It is necessary to set the printer in the offline mode in order to set up the various parameters. Press the <Menu> key to switch to the offline mode and display the menu screen. Menu Hierarchy The operation menus have the following menu hierarchy.
  • Page 317 Operation Examples This section provides examples of selecting menu items. Ready to print <Menu> key Press the <Menu> key. The top menu will be displayed. MENU NETWORK/PORT SET < > < > key Press the < > key. The top menus will be displayed in sequence. MENU PRINT SETUP The previous menu will be displayed if...
  • Page 318 Selecting Specified Values This section provides examples of setting a specified value. Media The menu items will be displayed. Roll1 < > key Press the < > key. The specified value will be displayed. Media / Roll1 Type : Bond <...
  • Page 319: Printer Settings

    11.8 Printer Settings This section explains the items that can be set up on the printer control panel. Menu Item Description Media Sets up the type, size, weight and other parameters of the media that is to be loaded into the machine for each of the rolls.
  • Page 320 Media Ensure that these parameters are set up when new paper is to be loaded into the machine and when the media type and size is to be changed. Media Type Roll1 Bond Roll2 Vellum Roll3 Film Roll4 Bypass Weight Light Bond Heavy...
  • Page 321 The media sizes for which [Group] can been specified. A4 (210 × 297 mm) Media set to [ISOA] A3 (297 × 410 mm) A3 roll (297 mm wide) A2 (420 × 594 mm) A2 roll (420 mm wide) A1 (594 × 841 mm) A1 roll (594 mm wide) A0 (841 ×...
  • Page 322: Power Save Mode

    <Power Saver> key on the printer control panel is pressed. The power save modes can also be set up from the copier control panel with Xerox 6030 Wide Format and Xerox 6050 Wide Format. The most recently set parameters are used when these modes have been set up on both the printer and the copier control panels.
  • Page 323 < > key Select either [Low power mode 1], [Low power SYSTEM PARAMETER mode 2] or [Sleep Mode] with the use of the Low power mode1 < > key. < > key Press the < > key. Low power mode1 <...
  • Page 324 Chapter 11 Setup Using the Printer Control Panel...
  • Page 325: Chapter 12 Ethernet Print Service (For Unix)

    Chapter Chapter 0 Ethernet Print Service (for UNIX) Chapter 12...
  • Page 326: Outline Of Ethernet Print Service

    12.1 Outline of Ethernet Print Service Use the ftp command or the lpr command for printing from the 6030/6050 Wide Format when running on UNIX. This section explains how to set up the ftp and lpr commands and their formats.
  • Page 327: Registering The 6030/6050 Wide Format Printer System

    When a name service besides NIS and DNS is used, the IP address and host name must be registered in the database used to transfer the file on the client side. SunOS 5.X In the case of SunOS 5.X, register the IP address and host name of the 6030/6050 Wide Format printer in the /etc/hosts file that defines the printers connected to the network.
  • Page 328: Registering The Remote Printer

    Registration information depends on the system, but logical device names on the workstation must correspond with logical printers on the 6030/6050 Wide Format printer system. Refer to the "Main Printing Functions" (page 142) section in "8.1 Outline of 6030/ 6050 Wide Format Print Service" for logical printers. SunOS 5.X For SunOS 5.X, register the remote printer using the lpadmin command.
  • Page 329 • Editing the /etc/qconfig file In the example below, the 6030/6050 Wide Format printer system called [oklahoma] is registered in the [/etc/qconfig] file. In this setting, when you send a file to a printer device called [plt10h] or [plt20h], the file is sent to [oklahoma].
  • Page 330: Printing Using The Ftp Command

    Connected to 6050WF. 220 6050 Wide Format FTP server ready Name (6050WF:ftpusr): Log on to 6030/6050 Wide Format. Enter a user name (example: ftpusr) pre- registered in 6030/6050 Wide Format. You are prompted to enter a password. Name (6050WF:ftpusr): ftpusr...
  • Page 331 Enter the password of the user logged in at Step If the user information registered in 6030/6050 Wide Format matches the logged- in user password, the login acceptance message is displayed. Password: 230 User logged in ftp> The password of the user (ftpusr) is ftpusr at shipping.
  • Page 332 Specify the end. Enter the bye subcommand. A message indicating that ftp command has completed will be displayed. ftp> bye 221 Bye...see you later Chapter 12 Ethernet Print Service (for UNIX)
  • Page 333: Other Subcommands

    Displays directory, will display logical printers set from the control panel. If nothing is specified in 6030/6050 Wide Format, only the logical printer at address 00 is displayed. Displays directory, will display logical printers set from the console panel.
  • Page 334: Message List

    Message List This section explains messages that may be displayed during printing using the ftp command. Can't build data connection Status: Cannot establish connection for data transfer. Action: Wait a few moments and try again. Can't create control file, please try later Status: Cannot create a control file using the STOR command.
  • Page 335 Data connection error Status: A data connection error occurred during file transfer. Action: Establish connection and transfer the file again. Directory non existent or syntax error Status: A non-existing directory (logical printer) is specified. Action: Specify the correct directory (logical printer). Error in input file Status: An error occurred in an output file during transfer.
  • Page 336 Status: Cannot accept data transfer because the system is overloaded. Action: Check the system for a media-out or media jam error. Wait for some time and try again. If the error occurs frequently, restart 6030/6050 Wide Format. Local resource failure: ReceiveCmplt status Status: Failed to transfer the file.
  • Page 337 Login failed Status: The user name and password do not match. Action: Log in again with the correct user name and password. No file found or invalid directory or permission problem Status: Failed to open the directory by the LIST command. Action: Wait for some time and transfer the command again.
  • Page 338 Unimplemented TYPE x Status: Transfer by the non-supported type was instructed. Action: Specify [ Image (Binary) ] or [ ASCII ] with the TYPE command. User "xx" is not existed, need account for login Status: Logged in with a user name not registered. Action: Log in with a registered user name.
  • Page 339: Printing Using The Lp/Lpr Command

    12.4 Printing Using the lp/lpr Command Details of each command are explained. Bold characters represent input character strings in each example. Printing (lpr Command) This section explains the printing procedure using the lpr command. Format lpr [-P<Logical Printer Name>] [-#<Copy Count>] [-s] <File Name> -P<Logical Printer Name>...
  • Page 340 Example 1:Outputting one copy of the [drawa.hpgl] file to the logical printer [plt00h]. % lpr -Pplt00h drawa.hpgl Example 2:Outputting two copies of the [drawb.hpgl] and [drawc.hpgl] files each to the logical printer plt00h. % lpr -Pplt00h -#2 drawb.hpgl drawc.hpgl Example 3:Outputting one copy of the [drawd.hpgl] file to the logical printer [plt01h]. % lpr -Pplt01h drawd.hpgl Example 4:Outputting one copy of the [drawe.hpgl] and drawf.hpgl files each to the logical printer [plt02h].
  • Page 341: Printing (Lp Command) (For Sunos 5.X)

    Printing (lp Command) (for SunOS 5.x) This section explains the printing procedure using the lp command. Format lp [-d <Logical Printer Name>] [-n <Copy Count>] [-c] <File Name> lp [-d <Logical Printer Name> Data is output to the specified printer. -n <Copy Count>...
  • Page 342: Status Display (Lpq Command)

    % lpq -Pplt00h no entries Example 2:Displaying the status of a file transferred to the logical printer [plt01h]. When transfer of the [drawd.hpgl] file to the 6030/6050 Wide Format is already completed, the following message will be displayed. % lpq -Pplt01h Job ID Sent By Status Prior.
  • Page 343 6030/6050 Wide Format. cosmos: sending to oklahoma Rank Owner Job Files Total Size indicates the client status. The job ID for client and the job ID for the 6030/6050 Wide Format are assigned separately. 12.4 Printing Using the lp/lpr Command...
  • Page 344: Cancel (Lprm Command)

    Specify a job ID to cancel its printing. The status display command [ lpq ] displays <Job ID> job IDs. If this is omitted, every possible print job is canceled. Job IDs on the 6030/6050 Wide Format side and the client side are allocated separately. Examples of use Example 1:Displaying the status of the logical printer [plt01h] and canceling the printing of job ID [124].
  • Page 345 Example 2:Displaying the status of the logical printer [plt01h] and canceling the printing of job ID [123] This print job cannot be canceled because it is already in progress. % lpq -Pplt01h Job ID Sent By Status Prior. Document Name Size(KB) williams Printing...
  • Page 346 Example 4:Displaying the status of the logical printer [plt01h] and canceling the printing of job ID [416] in the client queue If the file transfer to 6030/6050 Wide Format is completed before the job in the client queue is canceled, the print job cannot be canceled. 6030/6050 Wide Format displays the print status, checks the job IDs of the logical printer, and cancels the print job again.
  • Page 347: Message List

    Message List This section explains messages that may be displayed during printing using the lpr command. These messages depend on the system because they are output from the client workstation. Cannot create /usr/spool/pltXXX/.seq Status: The lpd daemon on the client failed to create a control file. Action: Check the spool directory.
  • Page 348 PLTXX can not dequeue Status: Failed to delete a job from the logical printer PLTXX on the print service side. Action: Check by the lpq command whether the specified job has already changed from the wait status in the queue to the processing status. connection busy Status: Failed to establish connection for data transfer.
  • Page 349: Chapter 13 Loading Documents

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  • Page 350: Documents

    13.1 Documents This section explains the range of documents that can be used and their method of usage. There is a chance that the scanning area will become soiled if documents to which glue or adhesive tape have been stuck, or documents on which corrective fluids have been used, are placed in the copier.
  • Page 351: Loading Documents In The Scanner

    13.2 Loading Documents in the Scanner This section explains how to load documents into the scanner. Document scanning is started automatically. Either automatic scanning or manual scanning can be specified with the Custom Presets. The scanning speed will vary according to the percentage set for enlarging and reducing images.
  • Page 352 [Operation] Place the side of the document that is to be scanned face down, and align it with the document insertion guide before inserting the front edge of the document into the machine. Move the document insertion guide to the far r i g h t w h e n i n s e r t i n g s p e c i a l documents.
  • Page 353: Precautions When Handling Documents

    Precautions When Handling Documents Observe the following precautions when handling documents. • There is a chance that the scanning area will become soiled if documents with glue, adhesive tape, or corrective fluids on them are placed in the copier. Take extreme caution when using stick-type glue or glue spray.
  • Page 354: Aborting Document Scanning

    Aborting Document Scanning Press the <Stop Document> key on the control panel when scanning is to be aborted because the document torn or it is fed at an angle. Operations will be halted immediately after this button is pressed during document scanning.
  • Page 355: Chapter 14 Leading Edge Cutting Methods

    Chapter Chapter 0 Leading Edge Cutting Methods Chapter 14...
  • Page 356: Cutting Leading Edge

    14.1 Cutting Leading Edge The leading edge of the media is cut before use after paper jams have been recovered, when the media is replaced, and when the leading edge of the paper has become damaged. There are two methods available for cutting the leading edge. •...
  • Page 357: Automatic Cut

    14.2 Automatic Cut Operation Procedure Select [Media] from the menu displayed on the Print Settings printer control panel. Media < > key Press the < > key. The level from which the desired media is to be Media selected will be displayed. Roll1 <...
  • Page 358: Manual Cut

    14.3 Manual Cut For the roll at the front [Operations] Open the media tray. Pull the lever to open the tray cover. Lever Rotate the roll paper until the leading edge is gripped by the roller. Chapter 14 Leading Edge Cutting Methods...
  • Page 359 Rotate the knob until the media's leading edge protrudes from the tray outlet. Operate the cutter to cut the paper. CAUTION: Ensure that you utilize the cutter handle and that you do not slide your fingers along the metal cutting bar, as it is sharp.
  • Page 360 Close the media tray. For the roll at the rear [Operations] Open the media tray. Rotate the roll paper until the leading edge is gripped by the roller. Chapter 14 Leading Edge Cutting Methods...
  • Page 361 Pull the lever to open the tray cover. Rotate the knob until the media's leading edge protrudes from the tray outlet. Hold the paper against the baffle and rotate the knob as the paper passes through the tray outlet as shown in the illustration Hold the paper taut while operating the cutter to cut the paper.
  • Page 362 Return the media to its original location by rotating the roll of media until the leading edge of the paper can be seen in the window and the media is taut on the roll. Close the media tray. Chapter 14 Leading Edge Cutting Methods...
  • Page 363: Chapter 15 Replacing Paper

    Chapter Chapter 0 Replacing Paper Chapter 15...
  • Page 364: Display When Paper Runs Out

    15.1 Display When Paper Runs Out A message stating "Replace xxx media." will be displayed on the setup screen if there is no media loaded in position for printing purposes. The media size displayed on the control panel will be turned off when there is no paper in the machine.
  • Page 365: Replacing Roll Paper

    15.2 Replacing Roll Paper Two rolls of paper can be set into each of the media trays. Refer to the instructions provided in "2.3 Setting up Media" and set up the media parameters accordingly after the rolls have been replaced. [Operations] Open the media tray.
  • Page 366 There is an area at the front of the tray on which the roll paper can be placed. While pulling the lever situated in the end of the roll paper shaft, align the roll paper with the paper size marks on the shaft and set the roll in place.
  • Page 367 Gently close the media tray until it is firmly in position as far back as it can go. The LED on the front of the media tray will be illuminated, and the roll paper will be automatically set in place. Set up media parameters on the copier control panel.
  • Page 368: Drawer Media Size Indicators

    15.3 Drawer Media Size Indicators The media size indicators are pieces of paper used so that the user may identify the media that is placed in each of the drawers. This is visible on the right hand side of the drawers.
  • Page 369: Inserting Media Size Sheets

    Inserting media size sheets Open the tray for which the paper size has been changed. Remove the media size sheet. Fold the sheet so that the size loaded is displayed. Insert the media size sheet. 15.3 Drawer Media Size Indicators...
  • Page 370 Gently close the media tray until it is firmly in position as far back as it can go. Chapter 15 Replacing Paper...
  • Page 371: Loading Media Manually

    15.4 Loading Media Manually [Operations] Adjust the (MSI) Multi Sheet Inserter/Manual Feed Unit's side guide to fit the size of the media that is to be printed. Place the side of the media to be copied face up, and align it with the (MSI) Multi Sheet Inserter/ Manual Feed Unit's side guide.
  • Page 372 Set up media parameters on the copier control panel. The media parameters may also be set up using the printer control panel. "Chapter 11 Setup Using the Printer Control Panel" for more information on how to set up the media parameters using the printer control panel.
  • Page 373: Replenishing The Toner

    Chapter Chapter 0 Replenishing the Toner Chapter 16...
  • Page 374: For Wide Format Copier/Printer W/Scanner

    16.1 Replenishing the Toner for Wide Format Copier/Printer w/ Scanner If the message "Add Black Toner" appears on the printer control panel, replenish the toner. Observe the following when handling the toner. • When replenishing the toner, handle it carefully so as not to spill the toner on your clothes or around the machine.
  • Page 375 Take the toner cartridge out of the package and make it ready for replenishing. Shake the toner cartridge well to ensure toner will dispense properly. Open the lid of the toner supply port. Insert the left side notch situated at the bottom of the toner cartridge into the end of the toner supply port.
  • Page 376 Slide the toner supply lever back and remove the cartridge. Close the lid on the toner supply port. • There may be cases where the toner is splashed around the toner supply port. Clean the area around t h e s u p p l y p o r t a f t e r t h e...
  • Page 377 16.1 Replenishing the Toner for Wide Format Copier/Printer w/Scanner...
  • Page 378 Chapter 16 Replenishing the Toner...
  • Page 379: Chapter 17 Daily Care

    Chapter Chapter 0 Daily Care Chapter 17...
  • Page 380: Cleaning The Scanner

    17.1 Cleaning the Scanner The scanning area of the scanner can be easily soiled by stained documents. Clean the scanning area periodically. [Operations] Lift up the top of the scanner and open it until Lock the lock on the left is engaged so that the scanner cannot be closed.
  • Page 381: Using The Paper Heater

    17.2 Using the Paper Heater When the machine is used in high humidity environments, the paper can become wrinkled. Switching on the paper heater can prevent paper from becoming wrinkled. Use the switch shown in the illustration to switch the paper heater on and off. Switch 17.2 Using the Paper Heater...
  • Page 382 Chapter 17 Daily Care...
  • Page 383: Chapter 18 Troubleshooting

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  • Page 384: Setup Screen/Printer Control Panel

    18.1 Setup Screen/Printer Control Panel When machine failure is suspected in such cases where prints cannot be made or the results of the printout are defective, first check the messages displayed on the printer control panel. When an error code is displayed, press the < > and < > keys on the printer control panel at the same time.
  • Page 385: Poor Image Quality

    18.2 Poor Image Quality Observe the following recovery measures if the results of printing contain the quality defects listed below. Quality Defect Recovery Streaks/black spots Check if the document scanning area of the scanner is soiled. appear in the print output Clean the scanning section.
  • Page 386: Other Errors

    18.3 Other Errors Follow the instructions provided to recover when the following errors occurring. Error Recovery Nothing is displayed on the • Ascertain that the power supply where the machine printer control panel or is installed is normal, that the power plug has been control panel correctly plugged in, and that the power switch is •...
  • Page 387: Copier Troubleshooting

    18.4 Copier Troubleshooting This chapter describes the solution methods required when a problem arises with the copier. Follow the instructions provided when error messages are displayed on the control panel. Nothing is displayed on the control panel Verification #1: Has the scanner's power cord been disconnected? Solution: Plug the power cord in firmly to reconnect the scanner.
  • Page 388 The copies are too dark. Verification #1: Has the image density been set too dark? Solution: Decrease the density level. If the problem is not recovered, contact your Service Representative. Refer to "4.9 Adjusting Image Density" for details on image density (page 62).
  • Page 389 It is not possible to copy in the required size. Verification #1: Is the document misaligned? Solution: Set the document correctly in place and try again. Verification #2: Are the auto mode settings incorrect? Solution: Set up the auto mode settings correctly. Refer to "4.2 Making Copies in the Auto Mode"...
  • Page 390 Chapter 18 Troubleshooting...
  • Page 391: Chapter 19 Clearing Paper Jams

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  • Page 392: Paper Jam Display

    19.1 Paper Jam Display The location where a paper jam has occurred will be displayed on the control panel's setup screen. Clear paper jams using the message on the screen. 1. Open Scanner cover. 1. Raise the upper area of the printer.
  • Page 393: Document Jams

    19.2 Document Jams Remove jammed scanning documents with the following procedure. [Operations] Lift the top of the scanner and open it until the lock on the left is engaged so the scanner cannot be closed. Pull the document towards you to remove it. Pull the document slowly.
  • Page 394: Jams In The Feeder (Roll Paper)

    19.3 Jams in the Feeder (Roll Paper) Paper jams in the roll paper feeder are caused by incorrect paper loading methods and defects in the paper feeding mechanism. Reload the paper in the feeder in accordance with the following procedure. [Operations] Open the media tray.
  • Page 395 Rotate the knob until the leading edge of the Window paper can be seen in the window. Rotate the knob at the rear if the jam occurred with the rear paper roll. Gently close the media tray until it is firmly in position as far back as it can go.
  • Page 396: Jams In The (Msi) Multi Sheet Inserter/Manual Feed Unit

    19.4 Jams in the (MSI) Multi Sheet Inserter/ Manual Feed Unit Remove paper jams from the (MSI) Multi Sheet Inserter/Manual Feed Unit following the procedure below. Steps 1 and 5 are required when using the combination unit. [Operations] Lift up the scanner document table until it is locked and cannot be closed.
  • Page 397 Close the cover of the manual insertion unit. Lift the lock lever in the middle back of the scanner document table, and close the document table. 19.4 Jams in the (MSI) Multi Sheet Inserter/Manual Feed Unit...
  • Page 398: Paper Jams In The Printer And Ejection Port

    19.5 Paper Jams in the Printer and Ejection Port Remove paper jams from the printer and ejection port in accordance with the following instructions. [Operations] Lift up the lever situated on the left-hand side of the printer. Use both hands to lift up the top of the unit. The top of the unit cannot be lifted if the scanner's lock has been released with the combination unit.
  • Page 399 Pull the jammed paper slowly towards you to remove it. • Avoid damaging the paper. • Do not touch any of the high- temperature components in the machine when removing paper jams. Pull the green stopper to the front. Grasp the document table with both hands and gently lower it firmly into place.
  • Page 400 Chapter 19 Clearing Paper Jams...
  • Page 401: Chapter 20 Specifications

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  • Page 402: Main Specifications

    20.1 Main Specifications Supported data formats • HPGL system : HP-GL, HP-GL2, and HP-RTL • Versatec system : Versatec Random Format (VRF), Versatec Color Graphic Language (VCGL), and FXMMR • Tag Image File Format (TIFF) system: Conforming to TIFF version 6.0 •...
  • Page 403: Ethernet Connection

    Host system interfaces TCP/IP Physical interface: 100Base-TX and 10Base-T (Transfer speed Manual selection, automatic selection) Maximum transfer speed: 100 Mbps and 10 Mbps Data link: Ethernet version 2 RS232C Physical interface: EIA-232-E conformant to RS-232C serial Maximum transfer speed: 38400 bps Maximum cable length: 15 m Centronics...
  • Page 404 Standard sizes and drawing areas Standard Series Dimensions Drawing area (dots) size × × 1,189 mm 19,872 28,064 × 841 mm 14,016 × 19,872 × × ISO A series 594 mm 9,920 14,016 × 420 mm 7,008 × 9,920 × 297 mm 4,960 ×...
  • Page 405 Number of sheets frame Configuration memory 512 MB 6030 Extended/6050 Standard 1 GB 6030/6050 Extended Frame memory - Maximum number of spools indicates the number of spools that are developed into bit map. The print entry data is spooled in hard disk separately from the memories.
  • Page 406: Media Specifications

    20.2 Media Specifications • For sharp image copying by 6030/6050 Wide Format, use media recommended by our company. • To prevent paper jams or uneven printing, do not use creased, wrinkled, or curled media. It may result in a media jam and white blotches on copies.
  • Page 407: Machine Specifications

    99 sheets maximum Copy speed A0 size : 5 sheets/min or higher (6050 Wide Format) A0 size : 3 sheets/min or higher (6030 Wide Format) Scan length Maximum : 15 m (at 100% scaling) Media feeding Auto paper feed from roll...
  • Page 408 No power is consumed in the output section and printer when the main power switch is OFF even if the power plug is connected to the power source. * Maximum length will differ in accordance with the amount of memory installed. Xerox 6030/6050 Wide Format Amount of A0 size...
  • Page 409: Appendixes

    Appendixes...
  • Page 410: Appendix 1 Connector Specifications

    Appendix 1 Connector Specifications RS-232C pin assignment PIN No. Controller side Signal name Wiring Host side Straight cable Cross cable [-] indicates no wiring. Both sides are male pins. Centronics pin assignment Printer Side (36-pin Amphenol half-pitch type) Terminal Terminal Signal name Signal name Pin connection...
  • Page 411 Host Side (36-pin Amphenol type) Terminal Terminal Signal name Signal name Pin connection nStrobe Data 1 Data 2 Data 3 Data 4 Data 5 Data 6 Data 7 Data 8 nAck Busy Perror Select nlnit nAutoFd nFault Logiv GND Chassis GND Peripheral nSelectln Logic High...
  • Page 412: Appendix 2 Hp-Gl/Hp-Gl2 Command List

    Appendix 2 HP-GL/HP-GL2 Command List This section explains the HP-GL and HP-GL/2 command support status that are unique to 6030/6050 Wide Format. Command fully supported. Activates different actims from other ordinary commands. (Meaning in [ ]) Command not supported and ignored.
  • Page 413 6030/6050 Com- Command Meaning and action HP-GL HP-GL/2 mand Wide Format Instructs the start of plotting. Outputs a label by overlaying on job log and plot output. Sets an auxiliary character set. Specifies character smoothness. Specifies an outline font rendering method.
  • Page 414 6030/6050 Com- Command Meaning and action HP-GL HP-GL/2 mand Wide Format Specifies a font as the primary font. Specifies a font as the secondary font. Fills in a polygon registered in the polygon buffer. Feeds paper by one frame for long-axis plotting.
  • Page 415 Outputs the current position on the printer coordinate system and the pen up-down information. Outputs the current position instructed by the last command and the pen up-down information. [6030/ 6050 Wide Format: Always returns the standard value (0,0,0)] Outputs read coordinates. [Always returns the...
  • Page 416 6030/6050 Com- Command Meaning and action HP-GL HP-GL/2 mand Wide Format Specifies the paper size. y (HP-GL) y* (HP-GL/2) Specifies the fill spacing. Raises the pen. Specifies the pen width. Sets the plot quality. Fills in a square determined by the current pen position and the specified X and Y coordinates.
  • Page 417 6030/6050 Com- Command Meaning and action HP-GL HP-GL/2 mand Wide Format Specifies the length of ticks drawn on the coordinate axis. Draws a user-defined character. Draws a user-defined fill pattern. Creates a specified line pattern. Inactivates the VA command. Specifies the drawing speed.
  • Page 418: Appendix 3 Hp-Rtl Command List

    Appendix 3 HP-RTL Command List Command name Command Command Meaning and function Limit Starts processing the following data as Enter HPGL/2 Mode ESC % # B Transfer color an HP-GL2 command. palette ignored Enter PCL Mode ESC % # A Starts processing the following data as Transfer color palette ignored...
  • Page 419 Command name Command Command Meaning and function Limit Assign Color Index ESC * v # i|I Assigns a defined RGB parameter to an Index Number Number index number. Push/Pop Palette ESC * p # P Saves and restores palette information. Ignored Start Raster Graphics ESC * r # a|A Sets the controller to the raster mode and...
  • Page 420 Command name Command Command Meaning and function Limit Raster Line Path ESC * b # l/L 1. Indicates the vertical distance of an image updated by raster data submitted by the Row/Block command. 2. Indicates the vertical distance of the CAP moved by the Y Offset command.
  • Page 421: Appendix 4 Tiff Tag List

    Appendix 4 TIFF Tag List Tag ID Revision 6030/6050 Tag Name Wide Format 00FE NewSubfileType Bit 0: Low Resolution Image Bit 1: Multi-Page Image Bit 2: Transparency Mask 00FF SubfileType 1: Full Resolution Image 2: Reduced-Resolution Image 3: Multi-Page Image...
  • Page 422 Tag ID Revision 6030/6050 Tag Name Wide Format 5: CMYK 6: YCbCr 8: CIELab 0107 Thresholding 1: No Dithering or Halftoning 2: Dithering or Halftoning 3: Randomized-Processed Image 0108 CellWidth 0109 CellWidth 010A FillOrder 1: MGB 2: LSB 010D DocumentName...
  • Page 423 Tag ID Revision 6030/6050 Tag Name Wide Format 2: Planar Format (RRGGBB) 011D PageName 011E XPosition 011F YPosition 0120 FreeOffsets 0121 FreeByteCounts 0122 GrayResponseUnit 0123 GrayResponseCurve 0124 T4Options Bit 0: 2-dimensional Coding Bit 1: uncompressed mode Bit 2: add Other than Bit 1 and 2...
  • Page 424 Tag ID Revision 6030/6050 Tag Name Wide Format 0143 TileLength 0144 TileOffsets 0145 TileByteCounts 014C InkSet 014D InkNames 014E NumberOfInks 0150 DotRange 0151 TargetPrinter 0152 ExtraSamples 0153 SampleFormat 1: unsigned integer data 2: 2's complement signed integer data 3: IEEE formatting point...
  • Page 425 Tag ID Revision 6030/6050 Tag Name Wide Format 0214 ReferenceBlackWhite 8298 33432 Copyright Appendix 4 TIFF Tag List...
  • Page 426 Appendixes...
  • Page 427 Appendix 4 TIFF Tag List...
  • Page 428: Index

    Index Symbols ..........167, 375 centronics ............266 CGM option ........145, 222 90-degree rotation ...........182 changes passwords .......200 changing the priority of jobs ........121, 15 (Clear All) button ........197, 235, 273 color option ..........160 administrator page ..........2, 3 combination unit ........
  • Page 429 ..........271 ..........152, 202, 281 DWG direction job log ........233 ..........148, 179 DWG Rotation Direction job recovery ...........200 jobs to be canceled ............214 jointstyle ............69 edge erase ..........219, 262 emulation ............214 ..........374 endstyle kanji processing ........193 .............15 enlarging and reducing keypad...
  • Page 430 ....58 ........156 method to be used for cutting roll paper print services on web ........73, 145, 222 ..........161 mirror image (Print Setup) tab ......... 238 ............279 MIX (output option) print setup ........238 ..........236, 274 MIX2 (output option) printed copy ....
  • Page 431 ............271 ............158 set priority top page ....213, 215, 216 ............123 sets joint processing for lines tracing ..213, 215, 216, 217, 218 ...........240 sets the end of the line tracing paper ..........20 ..........266 setting the media TRANSFORM ......
  • Page 432 Index...

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