Two known examples of PS or PCL being the preferred print driver are; if an AS400 is being used as a print server (PCL) or in the case when high quality share|improve this answer answered Jan 25 '12 at 17:37 TheCompWiz 7,24111418 You're right that it's a Canon printer. :-) It says UFR II, and has an official driver, so Is not very reader friendly! I'm trying to use printer wifi network,but I need this PIN code. weblink
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What's wrong with it? –underscore_d Jun 22 '16 at 10:01 It's crash-prone. How good is the PCL or PostScript support of your printer? PostScript is a layout language that can layout vector and bitmap items. This makes the Fonts superior because Fonts like TT fonts are Dot based rather than equation based...TrueType fonts are vector based.The difference is more PS fonts are geared for publishing.
These are the large colored or black and white Office printers...Again, printing Speed is irrelevant to either PCL or PS · actions · 2007-Dec-14 11:34 am · [email protected]
It's then up to the capabilities of the postscript interpreter reading it, and the ability of the printer, to output that in whatever quality it's capable of. More stable? I'm familiar with PCL, but not UFR II, although the ever-helpful Wikipedia told me it stands for "Ultra Fast Rendering". Or are they the same?
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share|improve this answer answered Apr 2 '10 at 15:43 Paul Leclerc 412 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote Rule of thumb: PCL should cause less problems for the average http://h20564.www2.hp.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?docId=emr_na-bpo00141 Your actual mileage may vary, of course. Difference Between Postscript And Pcl windows-7 drivers 64-bit printer share|improve this question asked Jan 25 '12 at 17:18 Richard J Foster 2622614 add a comment| 6 Answers 6 active oldest votes up vote 15 down vote Pcl Vs Postscript Wiki Search all support All Support Software, Drivers and Updates Troubleshooting How to Product Information User Guides Example: “Laserjet P1102w driver” or “HP Pavilion 17-f002na will not turn on” Z7_M0I02JG0KO3J60AUO1SGUR20K3 hp-share-print-widget-portlet Actions
Thanks, CherylO-Xerox Francisco December 13, 2015 at 12:29 am - Reply Hi, I'm looking activate postscript for Xerox Phaser 3020, any workaround to solve this? have a peek at these guys Also, some PCL drivers tend to have huge libraries of work-arounds that are printer specific, so it is not so easy to sent the same PCL file to different printers and I can't tell what your really shows since you can't tell if it's a PCL print or a PS print... · actions · 2007-Dec-14 6:19 pm · DRM [email protected] DRM Killler Paper - it's amazing how a change of paper will affect output rendition. Pcl Vs Pcl6
How do I prove or disprove this prime number conjecture? However, as you can see from all the other comments, the "complete" answer is somewhat more elusive. Thanks tonymaclennan, Nov 25, 2010 #1 RichardK Senior Member Joined: Aug 2007 Messages: 685 Location: Derby, UK I'm really tempted to say... check over here I've sometimes sent a print job where the PS driver asked the printer to do something it didn't understand...
Has a bit better font support.Windows now basically ignores the driver and prints pages as one big bitmap. Do I Need A Postscript Printer I can add to that by noting that a generic Linux inkjet driver on my FC20 box just happened to be postscript and was able to print pdf, while the Windows PostScript drivers do tend to offer more features than the PCL driver and some may be useful to you (like Booklet printing e.g.) but at this late date and age it's
Reply ↓ What do you think? This is a huge waste of space in all respects, and it completely goes around whatever advantage that PostScript offers. The UFRII print driver is close to 2.5 times faster than either the PS or PCL drivers (hence the name Ultra Fast Rendering). Pcl6 Vs Pcl5 I was then told last week by my professor the same thing.Listen to the Lanier techs about Lanier equipment, they would be in a position to know that the designers at
Advertisement: Color Printing Forum Home Forums > Photographic & Fine Art Printers > Large Format Inkjet Printers > Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members Members Quick Links UFR II is better designed, and faster, but not anywhere near as common. Not supported in most Macintosh environments. this content They are now far from efficient, but most Postscript commands function adequately now.
An example is that if you want to print something on a super-high resolution image setter at some local high end printing shop they will likely accept the file only in Faster? Is one better than the other for printing on the laser printer? Cheryl Otstott December 14, 2015 at 5:27 pm - Reply Hi again Francisco, I am not familiar with the machine you have so you would need to contact your local support
UFR is risky given that Canon can make it obsolete at any time based on their whims. About us Careers Contact us Investor relations Trust center Newsroom Privacy/Cookies (Updated) | Legal Notices & Trademarks | Report Noncompliance | Site map | © 2017 Autodesk Inc. Why do I need to report to the police when I visit Indonesia? It is used heavily in Macintosh platforms and for graphic applications in several platforms.
If the PC were rendering the postcript to bitmap, it would look identical quality on both. only to find a full ream of paper in the output tray with a single line of garbage across the top of each. HPGL....is one better for ACAD printing? But unidrv seems it cannot be used with Postscript printers, why is that? –Shameel Mohamed May 26 at 9:58 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up
Widely supported in many different operating system platforms. PostScript 3 includes many enhancements to older versions of PostScript, including improved image quality and color. The same print file should print identically on two or more different print devices. (This most beneficial when used for printing drafts on one printer then sending out to a printing Thanks, CherylO-Xerox Sloba February 19, 2017 at 5:33 pm - Reply Hello, I need security network PIN code for phaser 3020?
We use Lanier copiers at work and I was told by one of the techs that comes to service it to download the PS drivers as it would help the quality And to make things worse, some printers that have poor PCL quality might actually make nicer looking documents in PCL because the PCL converter on the computer puts in specific fixups