In addition to having the RIP process print jobs as soon as they
are created, you can also create print jobs and hold them in a
queue so you can print them at a later time. This allows you to
close other applications, so your computer can print quickly,
using the maximum available system resources. EPSON Stylus
RIP can handle several print jobs at once, processing and
printing them in the order they were received.
To perform batch printing from a standalone or server
computer, follow these steps:
1. Close the Stylus RIP window, if it's open.
2. Print using your EPSON Stylus RIP printer driver from
your application as described on page 4-2. Each job you
send enters the queue automatically.
3. When you're ready to print, start EPSON Stylus RIP as
described on page 4-2. The RIP finds the queued print jobs
and starts spooling them automatically.
To batch print from a client computers, direct your print jobs
to a folder other than the shared print queue directory, and
then manually copy the files to the queue when you want to
print them. See page 4-10 for details.
Although you can run print jobs when you're not around, you should
not leave your printer operating unattended for long periods of time.
Printing with EPSON Stylus RIP for Windows