DP-M400 Instruction Manual

INSTRUCTION MANUAL
DUPRINTER
DP - M400/410/420
Be sure to read this manual prior to use.
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et un recyclage adaptés, vous contribuez à éviter son action nocive potentielle sur l’
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Garantendo uno smaltimento adeguato di questo prodotto (trattamento, recupero e riciclo
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Complies with the provisions defined by the regulations
listed below.
EC low Voltage Directive(2006/95/EC.)
EC Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive (2004 / 108 / EC )
PLEASE NOTE
In the interest of upgrading our products, specifications and other data given in this
manual are subject to
change without notice. If the manual contains anything that you do not understand,
contact the manufac turer for clarification.
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Introduction
Thank you for your purchase of the Duprinter DP-M400/M410/M420.
To ensure safe and efficient prolonged use of this machine, read and thoroughly understand
this manual before using this machine. After using this manual, be sure to keep it in a
place to handy reference.
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Precautions for printing and duplicating
There are restrictions on what you may print on the printer.
Please be aware that there are some printed materials that are illegal
even to possess.
1. Printed matters banned by law
● Paper money, currency, government bonds and national and local
bonds cannot be duplicated, even if they are stamped with the
"sample" seal.
● Paper money, currency and bonds, etc. that are valid in foreign
country cannot be duplicated.
● Unused postage stamps and postcards cannot be duplicated
without governmental consent.
● Government-issued papers pertaining to stamps, liquor and sales
tax laws cannot be duplicated.
2. Printed matters that need caution
● Private-issued securities(stocks, bills and checks, etc.), passes and
tickets needs caution in duplicating unless a business is
duplicating them for needed amounts for their business needs.
● Government-issued passports, public-and private-issued driver`s
licenses, permits, identifications, food stamps, etc. will need
caution in duplicating.
3. Copyrighted materials
Books, music, artwork, prints, maps, diagrams, movies, photography,
etc. are banned from duplicating outside the limits of private home
use and their related non-sale usage.
PLEASE NOTE
In the interest of upgrading our products, specifications and other data given in this
manual are subject to change without notice. If the manual contains anything that you
do not understand, contact the manufacturer for clarification.
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Notes on Safety (Please Read and Observe)
◇ Safety Precautions
Various symbols and pictures are used in this manual and on the labels affixed to the machine.
These symbols and pictures provide warnings and instructions to prevent danger to you or other
personnel, and to prevent damage to office property.
The meanings of these symbols and pictures are explained below.
WARNING
Indicate a high degree of potential danger. If the warning is ignored, death or serious injury may
result.
CAUTION
Indicate a medium degree of potential danger.
damaged to property may result.
If the caution is ignored, medium injury or
<Examples of Pictorial Symbols>
A circle with a line through it indicates a prohibited action.
The particular act prohibited is indicated by a picture inside the circle.
(In the example shown here, the prohibited act is disassembly.)
A black disc indicates an instruction, or sometimes a prohibited action.
The instruction itself is indicated by pictorial symbols drawn in white on the disc.
(In the example shown here, the instruction is ‘Remove the plug from the outlet.’
● Precautions for use
WARNING
● If the machine is used after foreign matter (metal fragments, water, or liquid) has
entered the machine, this may result in fire or electric shock.
→ Turn the main unit’s power switch OFF, and then remove the power plug from the
outlet. Contact the sales distributor.
● If the machine is used after heat, smoke, strange smell, or other abnormality is
detected, this may result in fire or electric shock.
→ Turn the main unit’s power switch OFF, and then remove the power plug from the
outlet. Contact the sales distributor.
● Do not insert or drop metal, flammable material, or other matter through the ventilation
holes into the machine interior.
→ Doing so may result in fire or electric shock.
● Do not place flower vases, flowerpots, cups, or water containers (including metal
containers) on top of the machine.
→ Fire or electric shock may result if liquid spills inside the machine.
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CAUTION
● Some paper may cause paper dust in the machine.
sufficient ventilation.
Keep clean the machine and
●Caution for Grounding (Be sure to use the supplied power cord)
WARNING
● Use only the power cord that is provided among the accessories.
Insert the power cord plug firmly into the socket, so that proper electrical contact is
effected.
→ Use of any other power cord could result in imperfect grounding.
If grounding is imperfect and electrical leakage occurs, fire or electric shock could
result.
●Caution for Power Supply and Power Cord
WARNING
● Do not use a source voltage other than that specified.
Do not connect two or more loads to a single outlet.
→ Doing so may result in fire or electric shock.
● Do not remove or insert the power plug with wet hands.
→ Doing so may result in electric shock.
● Do not damage, break, or modify the power cord.
Do not place heavy objects on, tug, or unnecessarily bend the power cord.
→ Doing so may result in fire or electric shock.
WARNING
● Remove the power plug itself, not the cord.
→ Tugging the cord may damage it (expose conductors, or cause disconnections,
etc.), resulting in fire or electric shock.
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●Prohibition of Disassembly or Modification
WARNING
● Do not modify the machine.
→ Doing so may result in fire or electric shock.
● Do not remove the rear lid, cabinet, or covers from the machine.
→ The inside of the machine contains high-voltage parts, which may cause electric
shock.
●Caution for Location
WARNING
● Do not place the machine in a humid or dusty area.
→ Doing so may result in fire or electric shock.
● Once the machine is in position, secure in place using the casters.
→ If the machine falls over, this could result in personal injury.
CAUTION
● Before moving the machine, remove the power plug from the outlet.
→ If the cord is damaged, this may result in fire or electric shock.
● Do not place the machine in an unstable position, such as on an unsteady support
or sloping area.
→ If the machine is dropped or falls over, this could result in personal injury.
● Do not place the machine in a place subject to direct sunlight or heating equipment
such as a stove.
→ It may degrade ink quality and affect printing. The machine also may
malfunction.
● Avoidplacing the machine in a place subject to high or low temperature or high
humidity.
→ The paper absorbs moisture and it may cause paper jam or creasing.
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Notes on Safety (Please Read and Observe)
Warning Label
Keep the WARNING labels clean at all times. If labels become damaged or come off, replace them with new ones.
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CAUTION
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WARNING
M7-T3060
Do not insert sharp objects into the master feed area
or it will damage electric parts inside.
When a master sheet is caught in
the master feed area, remove carefully.
Please refer to manual for the correct procedure.
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U5-T3110
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WARNING
Do NOT remove this cover.
There is moving cutting machinery
insibe that could injure you.
J3-T3200
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WARNING
Do NOT put hands inside machine
while it is operating.
Hands could get caught up
or crushed.
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WARNING
Do NOT touch the drum or rollers
when you operate the jog switch.
Do NOT put hands Inside
machine while it is operatung.
Hands could get caught up
or crushed.
L5-T3020
No.
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Parts No.
M7-T3060
U5-T3110
J3-T3200
M7-T3030
L5-T3020
Name
Caution Label
Warning Label
Warning Label
Warning Label
Warning Label
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Notes on Safety (Please Read and Observe)
Positioning the Machine
Installing the machine on a flat, stable surface.
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Avoid installing the machine in a dusty area.
Avoid installing the machine in the direct sunlight or heat,
such as near a stove. Ink may deteriorate and may cause
bad prints, while the machine may indicate errors due to
overheating caused by sunlight. Also avoid hot, cold, or
humid areas since paper may absorb moisture, causing
paper jams or wrinkles.
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Maintenance
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■ Daily Maintenance
● How to maintain the machine
Check the machine periodically to maintain its performance.
WARNING
● Before cleaning, be sure to turn the power off, wait
until the machine cools off and unplug the power
cord. Otherwise, fire or electric shock may occur.
● Never remove covers on the machine or modify
them.
Do not spill water or any liquid inside of the machine.
It may cause or fire or electric shock. If it happens,
contact our service person.
Clean the exterior in the following procedures.
1. Use soft cloth with water or mild detergent.
2. Wipe the exterior.
3. Wipe off the liquid with dry soft cloth.
● Gently wipe off the dust on the glass with dry soft cloth.
● Gently wipe off the dust on the LCD panel with dry soft cloth. Never use wet cloth. It may cause
damage.
WARNING
● Never use alcohol or solvent cleaner. It may tarnish
or damage the exterior finish.
● Do not put diluted petroleum or insecticide.
It may cause fire.
Dust accumulation may cause the machine to malfunction. Clean it once a week.
Contact our dealer as for cleaning of inside of the machine.
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Notes on Safety (Please Read and Observe)
Conventions Used in This Manual
Each page of descriptions in this manual of how to operate the DP-M400/410/420 is set up as follows.
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Enlargement and Reduction
Title (Function)
Enlarging/Reducing from Standard-Size Document to Standard-Size Paper
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You can enlarge or reduce a standard-size document onto standard-size printing paper.
The following zoom ratios are available when enlarging or reducing a standard-size document onto standard-size
printing paper.
■ Enlargements
1
You can enlarge a standard-size document onto standard-size paper using the following zoom ratios:
<DP-M420>
B5 → B4 / A5 → A4 .. 141%
A4 → B4 / A5 → B5 .. 122%
B5 → A4 .................... 115%
A4 Printout
A5 Document
■ Reductions
You can reduce a standard-size document onto standard-size paper using the following zoom ratios:
● European paper sizes
<DP-M400>
A4 → B5 ...................... 86%
B4 → A4 / B5 → A5 .... 81%
A3 → A4 / B4 → B5 .... 70%
● U.S. paper sizes
<DP-M410>
LGL→ LT ..................... 77%
11×17→ LT .................. 74%
11×17→ LT .................. 64%
<DP-M420>
A3 → B4 / A4→ B5 ..... 86%
B4 → A4 / B5 → A5 .... 81%
A3 → A4 / B4 → B5 .... 70%
A3 Document
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Printing Using Basic Functions
Description of function and
example of printing
The illustration is designed to
indicate the result of using the
selected function.
● European paper sizes
<DP-M400>
A5 → A4 .................... 141%
A5 → B5 .................... 122%
B5 → A4 .................... 115%
● U.S. paper sizes
<DP-M410>
141%
ST → LT ..................... 129%
121%
A4 Printout
IMPORTANT
• Set the desired zoom ratio before starting the mastermaking process.
Description of operational steps
Each step is described in detail.
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(ENLARGEMENT) key or
Press
DUCTION) key.
(RE-
Illustrations
The illustrations provide a visual
reference to which keys to operate
and other related conditions.
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■ Pictorial Symbols and Other Notations Used in This Manual
IMPORTANT
: Introduces instructions for correct operation of the machine. If these instructions are ignored,
the machine may not be able to operate at optimum performance or may break down.
REFERENCE
: Introduces information that is useful for operation and maintenance of the machine, or
information about the machine’s performance, etc.
Continue Page •••
: Indicates that the description of the operating sequence is continued on the next page.
(a P.00 “xxxx”)
: Indicates the page number and item containing related information.
In the text of this manual, keys are indicated as follows:
:
(MASTER MAKING) key
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Contents
Introduction ......................................................................................................................... 1
Printing and Duplicating Cautions................................................................................1
Notes on Safety (Please Read and Observe) ....................................................................2
Safety Precautions................................................................................................2
Warning Label.............................................................................................................5
Positioning the Machine..............................................................................................6
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Maintenance................................................................................................................7
Conventions Used in This Manual...............................................................................9
Function Quick Reference ................................................................................................13
Chapter 1
Before Using This Machine
System Setup .................................................................................................................... 18
Part Names and Their Functions ..................................................................................... 19
Printer Appearance .................................................................................................. 19
Control Panel ............................................................................................................ 22
LCD Panel ................................................................................................................ 24
Turning Power ON/OFF .................................................................................................... 25
Turning ON Printer Power ......................................................................................... 25
Turning OFF Printer Power ....................................................................................... 26
Standard Mode ......................................................................................................... 26
UID Control Function..................................... ............................................................27
Document/Printing Paper Specification ......................................................................... 28
Acceptable Documents ............................................................................................ 28
Acceptable Printing Paper ........................................................................................ 28
How Mastermaking and Printing is Performed
................................................................. 29
Mastermaking............................................................................................................29
Printing ..................................................................................................................... 29
Chapter 2
Printing Using Basic Functions
Basic Printmaking ............................................................................................................ 32
Loading and Replacing Paper ......................................................................................... 34
Loading Paper .......................................................................................................... 34
Adjusting Paper Feed Pressure ................................................................................ 35
Loading Documents ......................................................................................................... 36
Positioning the Document ......................................................................................... 36
Loading Document on Document Glass Plate ......................................................... 37
Loading Document in ADF [Available only when ADF installed] .............................. 38
Enlargement and Reduction ............................................................................................ 39
Enlarging/Reducing from Standard-Size Document to Standard-Size Paper .......... 39
94% Reduction ......................................................................................................... 40
1% - Step Enlargement and Reduction .................................................................... 42
Selecting Printing Paper Size .......................................................................................... 44
Text/Photograph/Text and Photograph Mode ................................................................ 46
Print Output ....................................................................................................................... 48
Installing Print Tray ................................................................................................... 48
Truing up Printed Pages ........................................................................................... 50
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Contents
Chapter 3
Printing With Various Function
Saving Settings ................................................................................................................. 52
Saving Settings ........................................................................................................ 52
Retrieving Settings ................................................................................................... 54
Clearing Settings ...................................................................................................... 55
Multiple Printing on One Page......................................................................................... 56
2-up Function ........................................................................................................... 56
2-in-1 Layout [Available only when ADF installed] .................................................... 58
Book Shadow Eraser Mode ............................................................................................. 60
Adjusting Master Darkness
................................................................................................ 62
Batch Printing ................................................................................................................... 63
Batch Printing ........................................................................................................... 63
Batch Printing (changing print quantity per document) ............................................ 67
Dividing Sections with Tape ............................................................................................69
Ink save mode ................................................................................................................70
Chapter 4
Miscellaneous Functions
Confidential Safeguard Function .................................................................................... 72
Total Counter Display Function ...................................................................................... 73
Print Speed Adjustment Function ................................................................................... 74
Printing Position Adjustment Function .......................................................................... 75
On-Line Print Function [Available Only With Interface Kit Installed] ........................... 76
Energy save mode ............................................................................................................76
Chapter 5
Replacing Consumables
Replacing the Ink Pack .................................................................................................... 78
Replacing the Master Roll ................................................................................................ 81
Replacing the Master Ejection Core ............................................................................... 84
Replacing the Drum Unit .................................................................................................. 86
Removing the Drum Unit .......................................................................................... 86
Installing the Drum Unit ............................................................................................ 88
Chapter 6
Troubleshooting
Countermeasures to Troubles ......................................................................................... 92
Power Does Not Turn ON ......................................................................................... 92
Mastermaking/Printing is Not Possible........................................................................92
Error Messages ................................................................................................................. 93
Supplying or Changing Paper While Printing ................................................................ 96
If Paper Runs Out During Printing ............................................................................ 96
Adding Paper While Printing .................................................................................... 96
Changing Paper Selection While Printing ................................................................ 98
Paper Jams ..................................................................................................................... 100
When “PAPER LEFT JAM” is Displayed (Feed Tray) ............................................. 100
When “PAPER RIGHT JAM” is Displayed (Print Tray) ........................................... 101
When “MAST. EJECT ERROR” is Displayed ................................................................ 104
When “MASTER SET MISS” is Displayed .................................................................... 107
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Contents
Chapter 7
Specifications and Maintenance
Specifications .................................................................................................................110
Appendix
Index ............................................................................................................................... 114
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Quick Operation Guide ..................................................................................................116
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Function Quick Reference
The following is a quick reference to the functions of the DP-M400/410/420 printer.
Enlargement/Reduction ........ (a P.39)
This function copies a document on one standard paper size to another larger or smaller standard paper size.
B4 Printout
A4 Document
B5 Printout
94% Reduction
....... (a P.40)
This function slightly reduces the size of a document when printing to the same standard paper size as the document.
A4 Document
A4 Printout
(94%)
1%-Step Enlargement and Reduction
......... (a P.42)
This function enlarges or reduces a document in 1% steps between 50% and 200%.
Printout
Document
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Book Shadow Eraser Mode ......... (a P.60)
This function erases the shadows on the center or edges of book or other folded documents when printing the open
spread.
1
Printout
With shadow eraser
Document
2
Printout
Without shadow eraser
Text/Photograph/Text and Photograph Mode
......... (a P.47)
This function selects the optimum print quality to match the document.
Text
Multiple Printing
Text/Photograph
ABCDEFGH
ABCDEFGH
ABCDEFGHIJKLNO
PQRSTUVWXYZ
abcdefghijklmnopqrs
tuvwxyz
ABCDEFGHIJKLNO
PQRSTUVWXYZ
abcdefghijklmnopqrs
tuvwxyz
ABCDEFGHIJKLNO
PQRSTUVWXYZ
ABCDEFGHIJKLNO
PQRSTUVWXYZ
abcdefghijklmnopqrs
Photograph
............. (a P.56)
This function prints Multiple images of a document on one page.
2 images
Document
4 images
8 images
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2-in-1 Layout
Available only with ADF installed
......... (a P.58)
This function prints two different documents on one page.
Documents
Printout
Batch Printing
........ (a P.63)
You can print the specified number of sets of copies in each set.
Document
1st set
5 copies x 2 sets
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2nd set
3 copies x 4 sets
1
1
3rd set
2 copies x 5 sets
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Changing Print Quantity per Document ......... (a P.67)
This function changes the number of prints made from each document.
Documents
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1st document
5 copies x 2 sets
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2
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2nd document
3 copies x 4 sets
3rd document
2 copies x 5 sets
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2
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Chapter
1
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This chapter contains essential information such as the names of the machine parts, the
names and functions of keys, etc., on the control panel, and the sizes of documents and
printing papers that you can use. Please be sure to read this chapter carefully before
attempting to use the printer.
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System Setup ..................................................................................................... 18
Part Names and Their Functions ...................................................................... 19
Printer Appearance ...................................................................................... 19
Control Panel ............................................................................................... 22
LCD Panel .................................................................................................... 24
Turning Power ON/OFF ...................................................................................... 25
Turning ON Printer Power ............................................................................ 25
Turning OFF Printer Power .......................................................................... 26
Standard Mode ............................................................................................ 26
UID Control Function.....................................................................................27
Document/Printing Paper Specification .......................................................... 28
Acceptable Documents ................................................................................ 28
Acceptable Printing Paper ........................................................................... 28
How Mastermaking and Printing is Performed.................................................. 29
Mastermaking.................................................................................................29
Printing ......................................................................................................... 29
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Before Using This Machine
Before Using This Machine
System Setup
The machine and its optional equipment are set up as follows:
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Part Names and Their Functions
Printer Appearance
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Document cover
Feed tray descend switch
Feed pressure adjuster lever
Side guides
Feed tray
Support tray
Power switch
Cabinet (Option)
Castor locks
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!1
Front cover
Control panel
Function
Keeps the document in contact with the document glass plate.
Press to lower the feed tray.
Use to adjust the paper feed pressure.
Slide to match the width of the paper.
Load paper in this tray.
Pull out when loading paper.
Press to switch the power on and off.
Place the printer on this stand.
Lock the printer in position on the floor. Always lock the castor
locks when installing the printer.
Open to replace ink pack and drum unit, etc.
Displays operations and statuses, and sets functions.
Reference
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Part Names and Their Functions
Master set switch
Thermal head escape lever
When the master set switch is pushed,
the master is pulled in and set.
Master roll
Scanner unit
Master holder
Lever
This lever releases the ink
pack holder.
Front cover
Drum handle
Drum unit
Ink pack
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Lever
This lever is locks or
unlocks the drum.
Part Names and Their Functions
Master ejection
core
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No.
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!6
!7
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Name
Function
Master ejection box release lever Press to open the master ejection box.
JOG switch
Press and hold to rotate the drum for a set time. Use to remove
paper jams, etc..
Print tray
Holds the printed paper.
Paper stopper
Slide to match the size of printed paper.
Slide to match the size of printed paper.
Paper stacker guides
Master ejection box
Open to replace the master ejection core, etc..
Master ejection box lid release lever Press to open the top of the master ejection core box. Use when
replacing the master ejection core, etc..
Reference
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Part Names and Their Functions
Control Panel
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Function
Displays the number of printed paper.
Also displays an error message when an error occurs.
“FUNCTION SWITCH” key Press to toggle between the normal mode and the function select mode.
“LEFT SELECT” key
Press to select left function.
Press to select right function.
“RIGHT SELECT” key
LCD panel
“ENLARGEMENT
/REDUCTION” lamp
“ENLARGEMENT
Reference
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Indiction for the ratio is selected.
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Press to set the enlargement or 100% or reduction ratio.
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The lamp of the selected mode lights.
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Press to switch between the text mode, text/photograph mode and
photograph mode. Each press of this key moves the position of the
lit lamp that indicates the selected document mode.
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Flashes to display the content of the trouble and lights to indicated
the part that caused the trouble in the machine.
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/REDUCTION” key
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Document mode
indicator lamps
“DOCUMENT MODE
SWITCH” key
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“OK” monitor
Part Names and Their Functions
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“CLEAR” key
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!2
!3
Function
Reference
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Press to reset the displayed number of prints to “0”.
Only the number of prints is cleared.
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Key pad
Use to enter the number of prints.
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X
Press to enter the number of prints and number of sets
for sectional prints.
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“MASTERMAKING” key
Press to start mastermaking.
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!2
“PRINT” key
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“STOP” key
!4
“TEST PRINT” key
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Energy saving mode indicator lamp
The lamp of the energy saving mode.
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“PRINTING SPEED ADJUSTMENT” keys
Press to adjust the printing speed.
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The lamp of the specified printing speed lights.
The lamp of the specified printing speed lights.
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Press to adjust the printing position.
Returns the control panel settings to the “Standard
Mode” settings. Press and hold for at least 0.5
seconds.
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key
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Printing speed indicator lamp
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Printing position indicator lamp
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“PRINTING POSITION ADJUSTMENT” keys
“ALL CLEAR” key
Starts printing. This will not start mastermaking.
Mastermaking will start automatically after the end of
printing if there is a document on the ADF.
Press to stop printing on the way.
If this key is pressed while the machine is stopped,
the total number of prints and masters will be displayed
on the LCD panel.
Press to print only one piece of paper for checking the
print darkness or printed position.
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Part Names and Their Functions
LCD Panel
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Print count
Sets
Zoom ratio
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Function
Displays the number of prints to be made.
Displays the number of sets to be printed.
Displays the selected (enlargement/reduction)ratio.
Reference
page
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Turning Power ON/OFF
This section describes the operating sequence from turning ON the power switch until the printer is ready to make
prints, and how to turn OFF the printer power.
Turning ON Printer Power
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Before Using This Machine
Connect the power cable to the printer and a
wall outlet.
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3
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Switch the power switch to the “ ” position.
The power turns ON.
When the screen shown at right is displayed,press PRINT
key then input ID and password.
( aSee page 27, “UID control function”.)
The message “SET PRINT PAPER” is displayed on the LCD
panel.
The printer functions are now set in “Standard Mode”
(a page 26).
ENTER ID AND
PASSWORD
SET PRINT PAPER
When paper is loaded in the feed tray, the screen shown at
right is displayed.
0sht
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1set
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Turning Power ON/OFF
Turning OFF Printer Power
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Switch the power switch to the “ ” position.
The power turns OFF and the display lamps on the control
panel turn OFF.
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Standard Mode
When the printer power is first turned ON or
(ALL CLEAR) key is pressed, the functions are reset to
standard mode. The standard mode settings are as follows:
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Print quantity
Print position
Print speed
Zoom
Document mode
2 IN 1
:0
: Standard lit
: Standard lit
: 100% lights
: Standard
: OFF
• MASTER SIZE
• MASTER DARKNESS
• ✕94%
• Multiple EXPOSURE
• FREE ZOOM
:DP-M400/A4, DP-M410/LG
DP-M420/B4
:NORMAL
: OFF
: OFF
: OFF
Turning Power ON/OFF
UID control function
By the UID function, the administrator can control the mastermaking and print quantities per person or per
department, etc. See the Instruction Manual for UID for details.
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Input ID and password
Before Using This Machine
When you turn on the power, the screen shown at right is
displayed.Please press PRINT key .
ENTER ID AND
PASSWORD
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Input ID and password
Please input ID and password that are given by administrator
using number keys.When ID is completed,the cursor moves to
password area automatically.When password is completed,
Use the PRINT key to confirm.By using CLEAR key to
delete the all that you inputted, and then input it again.
By pressing CLEAR key twice to input ID and password
ID:
PW :
[
3
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[
]
again.
Only when the ID and password is correct,the printer can be
operated as normal.
1sht
100%
1set
If the ID or PASSWORD is not correct,the LCD panel will
shown as right. Please press
correct ID and password again.
key or Print keyand input
ID OR PASSWORD
NOT CORRECT
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Document/Printing Paper Specification
Acceptable Documents
■ Document glass plate
• Weight
• Size
: Sheet documents, books, etc, not exceeding 10kg.
: max.297mm X 432mm
■ ADF
• Document thickness : 64gsm to 128gsm
• Document size
: A3 to A5 size
ST to 11x17-in. (ST size in landscape mode: STR cannot be used.)
• Stacking capacity in document tray:100 sheets (64gsm)
IMPORTANT
The following types of document cannot be used:
• Documents with large file-binding holes, tears, or missing parts
• Documents with staples or paper clips attached
• Documents with markedly curling ends/sides, or marked folds
• Carbon-backed documents
• Sticky documents
• Highly transparent documents such as OHP film
When ADF is installed:
• To make a new master from a document from which a master has already been made,
remove and then reload the document.
• Always use documents of the same size.
• If you load documents of different lengths, the printer may not operate correctly.
Acceptable Printing Paper
Paper thickness
DP-M400
45 gsm to 210 gsm
DP-M410
Paper size
Feed tray : 1300 sheets (64gsm top-grade paper)
Print tray : When a cabinet is used:1300 sheets (64gsm top-grade paper)
When the printer is used on a table: 900 sheets (64gsm top-grade paper)
Max. 297mm X 364mm Max. 297mm X 364mm
Max. 297mm X 420mm
Min. 100mm X 148 mm Min. 100mm X 148 mm
Min. 100mm X 148 mm
Printing area
DP-M400
204mm X 288mm
Paper stacking capacity
DP-M410
210mm X 347mm
IMPORTANT
The following types of paper cannot be used.
• Paper with large file-binding holes
• Paper with staples or paper clips attached
• Paper with markedly curling ends/sides, or marked folds
• Carbon-backed paper
• Paper with smaller pieces of glued paper
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DP-M420
DP-M420
250mm X 355mm
How Mastermaking and Printing is Performed
The machine performs two processes: mastermaking and printing.
Mastermaking
1
In the “mastermaking” process, the old master on the drum is removed while the thermal head creates the
scanned image on the new master and transfers it onto the drum.
Thermal head
Before Using This Machine
Master roll
2
Master ejection box
Drum
unit
3
Printing
In the “printing” process, paper separated from the stack by the feeder roller and paper separator unit is
pressed against the drum unit by the press roller. There are small holes over only the image area of the master
that is attached to the drum, and ink that seeps from these holes is transferred to the paper. The paper is then
peeled from the master by the paper stripper finger. The paper is directed onto the paper ejection belt by a fan
unit and discharged from the machine.
Drum unit
Paper stripper finger
Feeder roller
Paper
Ink
Press roller
Paper separator unit
Paper ejection belt
Fan unit
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Chapter
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Printing Using Basic Functions
This chapter describes how to make prints using the basic functions, including how to load
the document, set zoom ratio, etc.
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Printing Using Basic Functions
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Basic Printmaking .............................................................................................. 32
Loading and Replacing Paper .......................................................................... 34
Loading Paper .............................................................................................. 34
Adjusting Paper Feed Pressure ................................................................... 35
Loading Documents .......................................................................................... 36
Positioning the Document ............................................................................ 36
Loading Document on Document Glass Plate ............................................. 37
Loading Document in ADF [Available only when ADF installed] .................. 38
Enlargement and Reduction ............................................................................. 39
Enlarging/Reducing from Standard-Size Document to Standard-Size Paper .... 39
94% Reduction ............................................................................................ 40
1% - Step Enlargement and Reducation ..................................................... 42
Selecting Printing Paper Size ........................................................................... 44
Text/Photograph/Text and Photograph Mode ................................................. 46
Print Output ........................................................................................................ 48
Installing Print Tray ....................................................................................... 48
Truing up Printed Pages .............................................................................. 50
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Basic Printmaking
This section describes how to make prints using the basic functions.
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a See page 25, “Turning Power ON/OFF”)
Turn ON the power. (a
REFERENCE
• If the power is already ON, press
(ALL CLEAR) key.
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a See page 34, “Loading and Replacing Paper.”)
Load paper. (a
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Load the document.
◆If you are positioning the document on the document glass
plate (a See page 37, “Loading Document on Document
Glass Plate”) ...
• Open the document cover.
• Place the document face down on the document
glass plate aligned with the scale.
• Close the document cover.
◆If you are loading the document in the optional ADF
(a See page 38, “Loading Document in ADF”) ...
• Adjust the slide guide to the marks for the size of the
document.
• Place the document face up in the document tray.
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Select the zoom ratio.
The zoom ratio is set to 100%. Press
(ENLARGEMENT)key or
zoom ratio. (a See page 39, “Enlargement and Reduction”.)
(REDUCTION)key to set a desired
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Basic Printmaking
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Press
(MASTER MAKING) key.
When the master has been made, one test print is automatically
made.
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IMPORTANT
• The test print is for verification purposes only
and may be fainter than the final print.
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• You can enter the number of desired prints
before pressing
(MASTER MAKING) key to
immediately print the required number of copies.
Printing Using Basic Functions
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Use the keypad to specify the number of prints
to make.
REFERENCE
• You can specify up to 9999 prints.
• If you make a mistake entering the number of
prints, press C (CLEAR) key then enter the
correct number.
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Key pad
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Press
(PRINT) key.
The count displayed on the LCD panel is decremented by
one for each print made.
The printed pages are output to the print tray. (a See page
48, “Print Output”.)
REFERENCE
• To stop a print run, press
restart the print run, press
again.
(STOP) key. To
(PRINT) key
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Repeat steps 3 to 7 to print multiple documents.
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Loading and Replacing Paper
Loading Paper
This section describes how to load the printer with paper. You can load approximately 1,300 sheets in this
printer.
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Open the support tray.
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Hold the lever and adjust the side guides to the
paper size.
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Load a stack of aligned sheets between the
paper guides and press the stack lightly toward
the machine.
IMPORTANT
• You can load the feed tray with approximately
1,300 sheets of 64gsm high-grade paper.
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Loading and Replacing Paper
Adjusting Paper Feed Pressure
Adjust the paper feed pressure if an feeding error occurs when using thick or thin paper.
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■ When no thick paper is fed
Adjust the paper feed pressure adjuster lever to “HIGH”.
■ When two pieces of thin paper are fed
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Adjust the paper feed pressure adjuster lever to “LOW”.
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Loading Documents
Positioning the Document
The document can be loaded in the “portrait” or “landscape” position.
IMPORTANT
• A4 and B5-size documents can be loaded in the “portrait” or “landscape” position.
• Use the landscape position when enlarging or reducing from standard-size documents to
standard-size paper, such as A5 to A4.
• A3 and B4 documents can only be loaded in the landscape position.
◆ Document Glass Plate
Portrait (Vertical) Placement
Landscape (Lateral) Placement
Portrait (Vertical) Placement
Landscape (Lateral) Placement
◆ ADF
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Loading Documents
Loading Document on Document Glass Plate
Use the platen glass when copying from books, thick documents, or thin documents.
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Gently open the document cover.
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Position the document on the document glass
plate.
Place the document face down on the document glass plate,
aligned with the guide.
IMPORTANT
• When you load a non standard-size document, place it with the center of the document
aligned with the arrow on the guide.
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Gently close the document cover.
IMPORTANT
• When you place a thick document such as a
book on the document glass plate, take care
not to force the document cover as this may
damage the document glass plate with a risk
of personal injury.
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Loading Documents
Loading Document in ADF
Available only when ADF installed
Load documents that consist of a series of sheets to be printed in the ADF. When one or more documents are
loaded in the ADF, mastermaking and printing are automatically repeated until the document tray is empty.
IMPORTANT
• ADF mode is automatically selected when a document is loaded in the ADF. The ADF then
takes priority over the document glass plate in the mastermaking process.
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Align the document guide with the marks for
the size of document to be loaded in the ADF.
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Place the document face-up in the document
tray.
Mastermaking starts with the top document in the tray.
IMPORTANT
• Do not attempt to remove or add to the
documents in the document tray while
mastermaking and printing are in progress.
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Enlargement and Reduction
Enlarging/Reducing from Standard-Size Document to Standard-Size Paper
You can enlarge or reduce a standard-size document onto standard-size printing paper.
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The following zoom ratios are available when enlarging or reducing a standard-size document onto standard-size
printing paper.
■ Enlargements
You can enlarge a standard-size document onto standard-size paper using the following zoom ratios:
<DP-M420>
B5 → B4 / A5 → A4 .. 141%
A4 → B4 / A5 → B5 .. 122%
B5 → A4 .................... 115%
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A4 Printout
A5 Document
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● European paper sizes
<DP-M400>
A5 → A4 .................... 141%
A5 → B5 .................... 122%
B5 → A4 .................... 115%
● U.S. paper sizes
<DP-M400>
141%
ST → LT ..................... 129%
121%
<DP-M410>
141%
ST → LT ..................... 129%
121%
<DP-M420>
141%
ST → LT ..................... 129%
121%
■ Reductions
You can reduce a standard-size document onto standard-size paper using the following zoom ratios:
● European paper sizes
<DP-M400>
A4 → B5 ...................... 86%
B4 → A4 / B5 → A5 .... 81%
A3 → A4 / B4 → B5 .... 70%
● U.S. paper sizes
<DP-M420>
A3 → B4 / A4→ B5 ..... 86%
B4 → A4 / B5 → A5 .... 81%
A3 → A4 / B4 → B5 .... 70%
<DP-M400>
LGL→ LT..................... 77%
11×17→ LT .................. 74%
11×17→ LT .................. 64%
<DP-M420>
LGL→ LT..................... 77%
11×17→ LT .................. 74%
11×17→ LT .................. 64%
A3 Document
A4 Printout
<DP-M410>
LGL→ LT ..................... 77%
11×17→ LT .................. 74%
11×17→ LT .................. 64%
IMPORTANT
•Set the desired zoom ratio before starting the mastermaking process.
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Press ENLARGEMENT/REDUCTION key.
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Press ENLARGEMENT/REDUCTION key several times to display the desired zoom
ratio.
In about 3 seconds, the screen changes to the number display screen and the zoom ratio is selected.
Press ENLARGEMENT/REDUCTION key to move the arrow on the LCD panel.
◆ European paper sizes
141% B5 B4/A5 A4
141%
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◆ U.S paper sizes
141%
141%
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To return to “100%”, use one of the following two methods:
Press ENL ARGEMENT/REDUCTION key several times to display 100%.
• Press
(ALL CLEAR) key. In this case, all settings are reset to standard mode
(a page 26).
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94% Reduction
In this mode, the copy is printed at 94% the size of the document. When it is not possible to print the edges of
the document image, this mode allows you to make a minor reduciton so that the edges of the image are
included.
IMPORTANT
•Select “94% Reduction” before mastermaking.
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Press
(FUNCTION SWITCH) key. Press
(SELECT) key several times to show the screen
at right,then press FUNCTION SWITCH key
again.
3.x 94%
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Press
(SELECT) key to move the arrow
before “ON”.
3.x 94%
ON
OFF
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2
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Press
(FUNCTION SWITCH) key.
100%
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94% reduction is set, and press SELECT key several times
and the standard screen appears.
94%
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You can cancel 94% reduction using one of the
following two methods.
• Set to “OFF” in the same procedure.
• Press
(ALL CLEAR) key. In this case, all
settings are reset to standard mode
(a page 26).
You can select 94% reduction even when you have selected
other than “100%”. In this case, the zoom ratio will be the
zoom ratio shown on the LCD✕94%.
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1%-Step Enlargement and Reduction
You can set a zoom ratio between 50% and 200% in 1% steps.
IMPORTANT
•Select “1%-Step Enlargement and Reduction” before starting mastermaking.
• You cannot select “94% Reduction” at the same time as “1%-Step Enlargement and Reduction”.
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a page 32).
Proceed with steps 1 to 4 of the sequence described in “ Basic Printmaking” (a
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Press
(FUNCTION SWITCH) key. Press
(SELECT) key several times to show the screen
at right,then press FUNCTION SWITCH key
again.
7.FREE ZOOM
OFF
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Press
(SELECT) key to move the arrow befor
actual zoom ratio.
7.FREE ZOOM
100% OFF
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Use the keypad to enter the scaling ratio.
Example:70%
Key pad
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• You can enter a value for the scaling ratio within
the range 50 to 200%. If you enter a value
smaller than 50%, "50%" will automatically be
selected and displayed, and if you enter a value
larger than 200%, "200%" will automatically be
selected and displayed.
7.FREE ZOOM
70% OFF
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Enlargement and Reduction
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Press
(FUNCTION SWITCH) key.
The scaling ratio is set, and press SELECT key several times
and the standard screen appears.
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7 0%
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You can return to 100% using the following
methods.
• Press
(ALL CLEAR) key. In this case, all
settings are reset to standard mode
(a page 26).
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Start mastermaking and printing ( See steps 5 to 8 of “ Basic Printmaking” ( page 32).
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Selecting Printing Paper Size
Select a paper size.
(FUNCTION SWITCH) key. Press
Press
(SELECT) key several times to show the screen
at right,then press FUNCTION SWITCH key
again.
Press
Each time
(SELECT) key and display the paper size to be used.
(SELECT) key is pressed, the display of the LCD panel changes as follows.
European paper sizes
• F O R <DP-M400>
“A4”
→ “B5”
→ “A5”
→“P O S T”
•F O R
<DP-M410>
“LG”
→ “A4”
→ “B5”
→ “A5”
→ “POST”
• FOR
<DP-M420>
“B4”
→ “A4”
→ “B5”
→ “A5”
→ “POST”
[European paper sizes]
1. MASTER SIZE
B4 A4 B5 A5
Press
(FUNCTION SWITCH) key.
The paper size is set, and press SELECT key several times
and the standard screen appears.
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1. MASTER SIZE
B4
U.S. paper sizes
• F O R <DP-M400>
“LT”
→“ST”
→“MAX”→“POST”
•FO R
<DP-M410>
“ LG”→“LT”
→“ST”
→“MAX”→“POST”
• FOR
<DP-M420>
→“ST”
“10*14” →“ LG”→“LT”
→“MAX”→“POST”
[U.S. paper sizes]
1.MASTER SIZE
LG LT ST
1. MASTER SIZE
B4
MEMO
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Text/Photograph/Text and Photograph Mode
This function includes three modes for enhancing text and photographic documents.
■ Text/Photograph/Text and Photograph Mode
In this mode, the print quality is adjusted to match the document.
Text mode:
Text
Text/Photograph
ABCDEFGH
ABCDEFGH
ABCDEFGHIJKLNO
PQRSTUVWXYZ
abcdefghijklmnopqrs
tuvwxyz
ABCDEFGHIJKLNO
PQRSTUVWXYZ
abcdefghijklmnopqrs
tuvwxyz
ABCDEFGHIJKLNO
PQRSTUVWXYZ
ABCDEFGHIJKLNO
PQRSTUVWXYZ
abcdefghijklmnopqrs
Photograph
Enhances the printing of text documents
Documents suited for text mode:
• Text documents
• Documents that include black and white photos that have already been screen
processed.
Text/Photograph mode: Enhances the printing of documents with both text and photographs.
Documents suited for text/photograph mode:
• Documents with both text and photographs.
Photo mode:
Enhances the printing of the subtle gradations of photographs and light images from
color documents.
Document suited for photo mode:
• Light-colored color documents
• Color photographs
• Documents with non-screened black and white photographs
IMPORTANT
•Select “Text/Photograph/Text and Photograph Mode” before starting mastermaking.
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Text/Photograph/Txt and Photograph Mode
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a page 32).
Proceed with steps 1 to 4 of the sequence described in “Basic Printmaking” (a
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Press
(DOCUMENT MODE SWITCH) key
to select the desired mode.
Each time
(DOCUMENT MODE SWITCH) key is
pressed, the lit document mode indicator lamp changes as
follows.
“Text” → “Text/Photograph” → “Photograph” → “Text”...
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2
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a See steps 5 to 8 of “Basic Printmaking” page 32.)
Start mastermaking and printing. (a
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To return to “Text mode” use one of the following
two methods:
• Press
(DOCUMENT MODE SWITCH) key
to select “Text”.
• Press
(ALL CLEAR) key. In this case, all
settings are reset to standard mode (a page 26).
Print Output
This section describes how to install the print tray and remove printed pages from the print tray.
Installing Print Tray
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Remove the print tray.
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Install the print tray.
• When you use the printer on a table, install the print tray
into the upper fitting.
(Stacking capacity; 900 sheets, 64gsm, high-grade paper)
• When you use a cabinet (option), install the print tray into
the lower fitting.
(Stacking capacity; 1300 sheets, 64gsm, high-grade paper)
When the printer is used
on a table.
When a cabinet is used.
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Open out the paper stacker guides.
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Open out the paper stopper.
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2
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Printing Using Basic Functions
Adjust the paper stacker guides and paper
stopper to the size of the printing paper.
Print Output
Truing up Printed Pages
Available only when sorter is installed
Adjust when the edges of the printed pages are not trued up.
■ Adjusting jump plate
Adjust the plate according to the paper size.
Ex: Expand the guides fully when using paper with B4
or larger size.
■ Truing up printed pages
When using thinner paper, turn the lever up.
When using thicker paper, turn the lever down.
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Chapter
3
Printing With Various Function
This chapter describes how to make prints using the various printer functions.
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Saving Settings .................................................................................................. 52
Saving Settings ............................................................................................ 52
Retrieving Settings ....................................................................................... 54
Clearing Settings ......................................................................................... 55
Multiple Printing on One Page .......................................................................... 56
Multiple Printing on One Page.......................................................................56
2-in-1 Layout [Available only with ADF installed] ......................................... 58
Book Shadow Eraser Mode ............................................................................... 60
Adjusting Master Darkness
.................................................................................. 62
Batch Printing .................................................................................................... 63
Batch Printing .............................................................................................. 63
Batch Printing (changing print quantity per document) ................................ 67
Dividing Sections with Tape ..............................................................................69
Ink save mode ..................................................................................................70
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Printing With Various Functions
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Saving Settings
You can save and retrieve nine sets of settings for mastermaking and printing. The settings are stored in memory even
when the power is turned OFF.
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The following settings are saved:
• Number of prints (including sets)
• Master size
• Mastermaking darkness
• Text/Photo
• Zoom ratio (Fixed zoom ratios only)
• 94% reduction
• Printing speed
• Printing position
Saving Settings
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Confirm that the LCD panel displays the settings you want to store.
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Press
(FUNCTION SWITCH) key. Press
(SELECT) key several times to show the screen
at right.
5.MEMORY MODE
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Press
(FUNCTION SWITCH) key. Press
(SELECT) key several times, select "SAVE",
then press
(FUNCTION SWITCH) key.
5.MEMORY MODE
SAVE
Each time
(SELECT) key is pressed, the arrow on the
LCD panel moves as follows.
“RETRIEVE” → “SAVE” → “CLEAR” → “CANCEL”
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Use the keypad to specify the number you want
to store. You can store numbers from 1 to 9.
Select "C" to cancel.
SAVE
123456789 C
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• The numbers already stored are displayed
flashing. Select a number that is not flashing.
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Saving Settings
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The screen changes to the MEMORY MODE
screen.
The settings are saved, and press SELECT key several times
and the standard screen appears.
5.MEMORY MODE
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IMPORTANT
• Any previous settings stored in the memory
channel will be deleted when you save new
settings.
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Printing With Various Functions
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Retrieving Settings
Retrieving Settings
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(FUNCTION SWITCH) key. Press
Press
(SELECT) key several times to show the screen
at right.
5.MEMORY MODE
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Press
(FUNCTION SWITCH) key. Press
(SELECT) key several times to display “RETRIEVE”.
5.MEMORY MODE
RETRIEVE
Each time
(SELECT) key is pressed, the arrow on the
LCD panel moves as follows.
“RETRIEVE” → “SAVE” → “CLEAR” → “CANCEL”
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Press
(FUNCTION SWITCH) key. Use the
keypad to specify the number you want to
retrieve. The saved number blinks. Select the
blinking number.
RETRIEVE
123456789 C
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The screen changes to the MEMORY MODE
screen.
The saved data is retrieved, and press SELECT key several times
and the standard screen appears.
5.MEMORY MODE
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Clearing Settings
Clearing Settings
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(FUNCTION SWITCH) key. Press
Press
(SELECT) key several times to show the screen
at right.
1
5.MEMORY MODE
2
3
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5.MEMORY MODE
CLEAR
Printing With Various Functions
Press
(FUNCTION SWITCH) key. Press
(SELECT) key several times to return to display
“CLEAR”.
The memory setting that you selected is cleared, and the
standard screen appears.
Each time (SELECT) key is pressed, the arrow on the LCD
panel moves as follows.
"RETRIEVE" → "SAVE" → "CLEAR" → "CANCEL"
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Press
(FUNCTION SWITCH) key. Use the
keypad to select the number you want to delete.
CLEAR
123456789 C
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The screen changes to the MEMORY MODE
screen.
The saved data is cleared, and press SELECT key several times
and the standard screen appears.
5.MEMORY MODE
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Multiple Printing on One Page
This mode allows you to print Multiple copies of the document on one page.
a page 56)
■ Multiple Function (a
This mode prints multiple images of the document on one page.
2 images
4 images
Document
8 images
a page 58)
■ 2-in-1 Layout (a
Available only with ADF installed
This mode prints two different document pages on one page.
Documents
Printout
This mode prints multiple(2, 4 or 8) copies of the document on one page.
You can place the document as follows.
A4
A5
A5
A6
(B7)
A5
(B4)
Zoom ratio:
100%
A7
(B8)
A4
(B5)
A5
(B6)
• Copying B5 to B4 (2 prints on one page)
• Copying B5R to B4 (4 prints on one page)
Portrait Placement
Portrait Placement
B5R
B5R
Zoom ratio:
50%
IMPORTANT
•Select “Multiple Function” before starting mastermaking.
• The printable range is slightly smaller than the printing paper.
• You cannot obtain the correct layout if you select the wrong paper size.
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B5R
Zoom ratio:
100%
B5
B5R
B5
B4
B5R
B5
B4, LDG
Multiple Printing on One Page
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Proceed with steps 1 to 4 of the sequence described in “Basic Printmaking” (a page 32).
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Press
(FUNCTION SWITCH) key. Press
(SELECT) key several times to show the screen
at right.
1
4.MULTI EXPOSURE
OFF
2
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Press
(FUNCTION SWITCH) key.
The MULTI EXPOSURE selection screen appears.
Printing With Various Functions
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(SELECT) key several times to select
Press
“2-UP”.
Each time
(SELECT) key is pressed, the display of the
LCD panel changes as follows.
“OFF”→ “2-UP” → “4-UP” → “8-UP” → “2 IN 1”
4.MULTI EXPOSURE
2-UP
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Press
(FUNCTION SWITCH) key.
2-up Function is set, and press SELECT key several times
the standard screen appears.
3
4.MULTI EXPOSURE
2-UP
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Multiple Printing on One Page
2-in-1 Layout
Available only with ADF installed
Two-in-one (2-in-1) mode allows you to print two small documents on one page and also easily print for
creating booklets that will be saddle stitched.
When you use 2-in-1 mode, the layout is as follows:
1
2
3
4
2
Documents (odd number)
4
Printout1
Documents (even number)
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
1
Printout1
3
Printout2
4
3
5
Printout2
Printout3
IMPORTANT
•Select “2-in-1 Layout” before starting mastermaking.
• You cannot use 2-in-1 mode unless the optional ADF is installed.
• Always load the documents in the ADF.
• If you are printing the documents at 100%, select a printing paper that is the size of the two
documents.
• When you enlarge or reduce two documents size by side, select a zoom ratio so that the
documents fit exactly on one page.
• Note the following when using 2-in-1 layout mode:
• You must load the document in the ADF in portrait orientation.
• You must select a paper size and zoom ratio that will accommodate two documents.
• Correct layout may not be obtainable with other than standard size papers.
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Press
(FUNCTION SWITCH) key. Press
(SELECT) key several times to show the screen
at right.
4.MULTI EXPOSURE
OFF
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Press
(FUNCTION SWITCH) key.
The 2 IN 1 screen appears.
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Multiple Printing on One Page
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Press
(SELECT) key several times to select
“2IN1”.
Each time
(SELECT) key is pressed, the display of the
LCD panel changes as follows.
“OFF” → “2-UP” → “4-UP” → “8-UP” → “2IN1”
4.MULTI EXPOSURE
2IN1
1
2
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Press
(FUNCTION SWITCH) key.
2 IN 1 Function is set, and press SELECT key several times
the standard screen appears.
3
4.MULTI EXPOSURE
2IN1
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Printing With Various Functions
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Book Shadow Eraser Mode
■ Prints book documents without shadows
This mode erases the shadows caused by the book binding when printing an open spread from a book or other
folded document. It also erases the shadow around the periphery of the document.
Printout
With shadow eraser
Document
Printout
Without shadow erase
IMPORTANT
• Select “Book Shadow Eraser Mode” before starting mastermaking.
• When you select “No shadow erase”, the shadow is erased from approximately 3mm
around the periphery of the document.
• When you select “Shadow erase”, the machine reproduces the document as follows.
6mm
6mm
15mm
6mm
6mm
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a page 32.)
Proceed with steps 1 to 4 of the sequence described in “Basic Printmaking” (a
Place the document on the platen glass.
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Press
(FUNCTION SWITCH) key. Press
(SELECT) key several times to show the screen
at right.
6.SHADOW ERASER
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Book Shadow Eraser Mode
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Press
(FUNCTION SWITCH) key.
The book shadow eraser selection screen appears.
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Press
size”.
(SELECT) key and select “paper
European paper sizes
(SELECT) key is pressed, the display of the
Each time
LCD panel changes as follows.
“A3” → “B4” → “A4” → “B5” → “A5” → “POST” → “OFF”
→ “A3”
U.S paper sizes
“WLT” → “10x14” → “LG” → “LT” → “ST” → “POST” →
“OFF”
6. SHADOW ERASER
A3 B4 A4 B5
2
3
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(FUNCTION SWITCH) key.
Book Shadow Eraser Mode is set. Press SELECT key several
times and the standard screen appears.
Printing With Various Functions
Press
6. SHADOW ERASER
A3
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You can cancel Book Shadow Eraser Mode using
one of the following two methods.
• Set to “OFF” in the same procedure.
(ALL CLEAR) key. In this case, all
• Press
settings are reset to standard mode
(a page 26).
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Start mastermaking and printing. ( a See stepes 5 to 8 of “Basic Printmaking” page 32).
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Adjusting Master Darkness
The master darkness (the level at which black and white are differentiated) can be adjusted in 3 steps.
Make the master more “dark” if the document is light, or “light” if the document is dark.
IMPORTANT
• Set the “Master Darkness” before making the master.
• If you adjust the master darkness, you must repeat the mastermaking process before
making prints.
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Press
(FUNCTION SWITCH) key. Press
(SELECT) key several times to show the screen
at right.
2.MASTER DARKNESS
NORMAL
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Press
(FUNCTION SWITCH) key.
The master darkness screen appears.
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(SELECT) key several times to display
Press
the desired master darkness.
Each time
(SELECT) key is pressed, the display of the
LCD panel changes as follows.
“LIGHT” → “NORMAL” → “DARK”
2.MASTER DARKNESS
DARK
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Press
(FUNCTION SWITCH) key.
The master darkness is selected, and press SELECT key
several times the standard screen appears.
2.MASTER DARKNESS
DARK
REFERENCE
There are two ways to return the darkness to
“NORMAL” as follows.
• Set the darkness to “NORMAL” in the same
procedure.
• Press
(ALL CLEAR) key. In this case, all
settings are reset to standard mode
(a page 26).
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Batch Printing
You can print the specified number of sets of prints in each set.
a page 63)
■ Batch Printing (a
The machine stops after each set of prints.
1st set
5 copies x 2 sets
Document
1
1
2nd set
3 copies x 4 sets
1
1
1
3rd set
2 copies x 5 sets
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
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■ Changing Print Quantity per Document (a
This function changes the number of prints made from each document.
1
1st document
5 copies x 2 sets
1
2
2nd document
3 copies x 4 sets
2
1
3rd document
2 copies x 5 sets
Printing With Various Functions
Documents
3
2
3
3
2
3
2
3
3
Batch Printing
In this mode, each set comprises the specified number of prints and the machine prints the specified number of
sets, stopping after each set.
You can enter up to 15 groups of the specified number of prints x number of sets.
IMPORTANT
•Select “Batch Printing” after mastermaking.
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a page 32).
Proceed with steps 1 to 5 of the sequence described in “Basic Printmaking” (a
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Press C (CLEAR) key to clear the number
display.
0sht 1set
100%
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Use the keypad to enter the number of prints.
Example: 25
REFERENCE
• If you make a mistake, start over again by press
C (CLEAR) key and start from the beginning.
When you press C (CLEAR) key, both the
number of prints and the number of sets are
cancelled.
Key pad
100%
25sht 1set
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Press
X
=
key.
The number of prints is set.
2
100%
25sht 0set
Use the keypad to enter the number of sets.
Example: 3 sets
REFERENCE
• If you make a mistake, start over again by press
C (CLEAR) key and start from the beginning.
When you press C (CLEAR) key, both the
number of prints and the number of sets are
cancelled.
100%
25sht 3set
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Press
X
=
key.
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Repeat steps 2 to 5.
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3
Batch Printing
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Press
(PRINT) key.
The print runs starts from the last-entered set, and stops after
the first set of printouts.
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Collate by inserting a piece of paper that acts as a marker or by removing the whole
set from the machine.
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Press
(PRINT) key.
The print run starts.
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Repeat steps 8 and 9 until all entered sets have been printed.
IMPORTANT
•
(MASTER MAKING) key will not work until all the sets have been printed.
(STOP) key then C (CLEAR) key to abort the print run.
• Press
REFERENCE
• When two or more documents are loaded in the ADF, mastermaking of the following documents
and printing will automatically start after the entire printing is completed.
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Batch Printing
Batch Printing (changing print quantity per document)
You can change the number of prints made from each document. You can separate the number of prints for up
to 15 documents.
IMPORTANT
• Select “Batch Printing” before starting mastermaking.
1
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2
Press C (CLEAR) key to clear the number
display.
3
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Press
X
=
key.
“sht” and “set” begin to flash and the number setting by
document mode returns.
0sht 1set
100%
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0sht 1set
100%
Batch Printing
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Use the keypad to enter the number of prints.
Example: 25
REFERENCE
Key pad
• If you make a mistake, start over again by press
C (CLEAR) key and start from the beginning.
When you press C (CLEAR) key, both the
number of prints and the number of sets are
cancelled.
100%
25sht 1set
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Press
X
=
key.
The number of prints is set.
100%
25sht 0set
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Use the keypad to enter the number of sets.
Example: 3 sets
REFERENCE
• If you make a mistake, start over again by press
C (CLEAR) key and start from the beginning.
When you press C (CLEAR) key, both the
number of prints and the number of sets are
cancelled.
100%
25sht 3set
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Batch Printing
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Press
X
=
key.
1
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Repeat steps 2 to 6.
2
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3
Proceed with steps 2 and 4 of the sequence described in “Basic Printmaking”
a page 32).
(a
IMPORTANT
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Press
(MASTER MAKING) key.
Mastermaking starts.
IMPORTANT
• Master making and printing starts from the lastentered print and set quantities.
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After the first document is printed, mastermaking of the next document and printing
will automatically start.
REFERENCE
• Using the optional tape cluster you can successively perform the mastermaking and collating
of prints of multiple documents.
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Dividing Sections with Tape
Available only with Tape Cluster Unit
Only the specified number of sets is printed with the specified number of prints taken as one set.
Paper tape is inserted when printing of each set is completed.
You can enter up to 15 groups of number of prints x number of sets.
IMPORTANT
• The optional tape cluster is required for dividing sections with tape.
• When the optional tape cluster is installed, you cannot stop printing after each section.
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• When loading document, load the document for the first-entered number of prints and sets
uppermost and the document for the last-entered number of prints and sets at the bottom.
Ink save mode
You can set to ink save mode in order to save printing ink.
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Press
(FUNCTION SWITCH) key. Press
(SELECT) key several times to show the screen
at right.
7.INK SAVE MODE
1
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Press
2
(FUNCTION SWITCH) key.
The ink save mode screen appears.
3
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(SELECT) key to select “ON”.
Use
panel.
(SELECT) key to move the arrow on the LCD
7.INK SAVE MODE
ON
OFF
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Press
(FUNCTION SWITCH) key.
Ink save Function is set, and press SELECT key several times
the standard screen appears.
7.INK SAVE MODE
REFERENCE
There is only one way to return the darkness to
“NORMAL” as follows.
•Set the “ink save mode” to “OFF” in the same
procedure.
IMPORTANT
•Set the “Ink save mode” before making the master.
•Pressing
(ALL CLEAR) key or turning power off
can not change the set of ink save mode.
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Press
Chapter
4
Miscellaneous Functions
This chapter describes miscellaneous functions such as the confidential safeguard function,
and the print speed and print position adjustments.
4
Miscellaneous Functions
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Confidential Safeguard Function ..................................................................... 72
Total Counter Display Function ........................................................................ 73
Print Speed Adjustment Function .................................................................... 74
Printing Position Adjustment Function ........................................................... 75
On-Line Print Function [Available Only With Interface Kit Installed] ............ 76
Energy save mode ..............................................................................................76
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Confidential Safeguard Function
The confidential safeguard function, which prevents printing unless mastermaking has been completed, is a simple means
of prohibiting others from printing sensitive documents.
IMPORTANT
• When the Confidential Safeguard function is ON, printing cannot be performed with
(PRINT) or
(TEST PRINT) keys. Other operations can be performed as normal.
• Turning the power OFF does not turn the Confidential Safeguard function OFF.
• Once mastermaking is carried out, the Confidential Safeguard function is cleared.
• Mastermaking still functions even if the Confidential Safeguard function in ON.
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Press
(STOP) key while also pressing
(CLEAR) key.
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The machine beeps and the Confidential Safeguard function
is activated.
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Press
(PRINT) key or
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(TEST PRINT) key to check that no print is made.
REFERENCE
• The message “PLEASE MASTER MAKING” is
displayed on the LCD panel and the machine will
(PRINT) or
not print when you press
(TEST PRINT) key while the Confidential
Safeguard function is ON.
• To cancel the Confidential Safeguard function,
press
(MASTER MAKING) key to start
mastermaking.
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PLEASE
MASTER MAKING
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Total Counter Display Function
This function displays the total numbers of prints and masters on the LCD panel.
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Check that the machine is not printing.
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IMPORTANT
• If the machine is printing, press
(STOP) key to stop the print run.
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Press
2
(STOP) key.
The total print and master counts are displayed while you press
and hold
(STOP) key.
P.
F.
444868/455132
000245/000755
P.
F.
444868
000245
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Miscellaneous Functions
The number of prints is displayed between "P." and "/",
the limited number of prints is displayed after "/".
The number of masters is displayed between "F." and "/",
the limited number of masters is displayed after "/".
Example: In this example, the total number of prints is
444868, and the total number of masters is 245.
the limited number of prints is 455132, and
the limited number of masters is 755.
When UID function is turned off, or use manager's ID and
password to turn on the printer, the number of prints and
masters are displayed on the LCD as right.
Example: In this example, the total number of prints is
444868, and the total number of masters is 245.
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Print Speed Adjustment Function
The printing speed can be selected from among 60 pages per minute, 80 pages per minute and 130 pages per minute.
The default setting when the power is turned ON is about 80 pages per minute.
REFERENCE
• Paper jams may become more frequent and the paper stacking deteriorate at high and low
speeds with certain types of paper and with certain images. Satisfactory performance of
printing can be obtained by adjusting the printing speed.
• The prints may be slightly lighter at high printing speeds and slightly darker at slow printing
speeds.
• You can adjust the printing speed while the machine is printing.
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Press
or
keys to adjust the speed.
Press
key to decelerate printing. The printing speed
indicator lamp moves to the left.
Press
key to accelerate printing. The printing speed
indicator lamp moves to the right.
REFERENCE
To return to the default setting (about 80 pages
per minute), use one of the following two methods:
• Press
or
key repeatedly until the center
speed lamp is lit.
• Press
(ALL CLEAR) key. In this case, all
settings are reset to standard mode (a page
26). Do not press
(ALL CLEAR) key while
the machine is printing.
“PRINTING SPEED
ADJUSTMENT key”
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Printing Position Adjustment Function
After mastermaking has finished, you can fine-tune the position of the image (in the horizontal direction) within ±10mm.
REFERENCE
• You can adjust the printing position while the machine is printing.
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Press
or
“PRINTING POSITION ADJUSTMENT” keys to adjust the printing position.
Pressing and holding
or
(PRINTING POSITION
ADJUSTMENT) keys continuously adjusts the printing
position.
The printing position indicator lamps change for each
approximately 3mm change in the printing position.
●To move the printing position to the left, press
key.
The printing position indicator lamp moves to the left.
Paper
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“PRINTING POSITION
ADJUSTMENT key”
Direction of paper
movement
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Image
Miscellaneous Functions
●To move the printing position to the right, press
key.
The printing position indicator lamp moves to the right.
Paper
Direction of paper
movement
Image
REFERENCE
To return to the default settings, use one of the
following two methods:
• Press
or
key repeatedly until the
center printing position indicator lamp is lit.
• Press
(ALL CLEAR) key. In this case, all
settings are reset to standard mode (a page
26). Do not press
(ALL CLEAR) key
while the machine is printing.
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On-Line Print Function
Available Only With Interface Kit Installed
This function allows you to make prints of documents directly from on-line data from personal computers.
IMPORTANT
• PC interface kit is required to connect this machine to a personal computer.
• Please contact your service person on information regarding installation and settings.
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Check that the top menu is displayed.
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a See page 44, “Selecting Printing Paper Size”.)
Set the size of the printing paper. (a
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Use the print command of the computer applications according to the manual.
Mastermaking and printing start automatically.
REFERENCE
When mastermaking ends and printing starts, you can again use the keys on the control panel.
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Energy save mode
Machine will automatically be energy saving mode if there is no opration for prescriptive time, in this mode, the LCD
is off, the energy save mode lamp is lighting.
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If there is no opration for prescriptive time,
machine will automatically be energy save
mode, the LCD will be off.
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Press any key to wake up.
Machine will be standby mode and can be work normally.
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Chapter
5
Replacing Consumables
This chapter describes how to supply paper, ink pack, and other consumables.
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Replacing Consumables
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Replacing the Ink Pack ...................................................................................... 78
Replacing the Master Roll ................................................................................. 81
Replacing the Master Ejection Core ................................................................. 84
Replacing the Drum Unit ................................................................................... 86
Removing the Drum Unit ............................................................................. 86
Installing the Drum Unit ............................................................................... 88
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Replacing the Ink Pack
The message “EXCHANGE INK” is displayed on the LCD panel when the remaining ink is low. Replace the ink pack
using the following procedure.
EXCHANGE INK
IMPORTANT
• Only use ink packs designed for this machine.
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Open the front cover.
Front cover
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Lever
Grasp the lever and pull it toward you.
Ink pack
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Lift out the empty ink pack.
Ink pack
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Replacing the Ink Pack
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Remove the cap from a new ink pack.
Ink pack
IMPORTANT
1
• Do not leave an ink pack uncapped for longer
than necessary.
2
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Insert the ink pack so that the groove on the lip
fits onto the “U” groove of the holder.
Ink pack
Ink pack
“U” groove of holder
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Push the ink pack in to the set line on the ink
pack.
Set line
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Replacing Consumables
Set line
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Press the back of the holder in with the palm of
your hand.
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Replacing the Ink Pack
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Close the front cover.
Front cover
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Replacing the Master Roll
The message “ROLL-MASTER END” is displayed on the LCD panel when the master roll is used up. Replace the
master roll using the following procedure.
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ROLL-MASTER END
2
IMPORTANT
• Only use a master roll designed for use in this machine.
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Slide the scanner unit.
Scanner unit
IMPORTANT
• Do not touch the heat generator of thermal
head. Doing so may cause damages, leading
to a malfunction of mastermaking.
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Pull out the master.
Master roll
Replacing Consumables
Turn off the printer power, than turn the master holder toward
you while pushing the thermal head escape lever.
Turn off the power, pull out the master.
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Lift out the master roll,then remove the master
holder from the master roll.
master holder
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Replacing the Master Roll
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Take out a new master roll from the bag.
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Set the master roll in the direction as shown in
the illustration at right.
master holder
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Insert the master roll into the machine
so that the ID mark line on the roll is facing
the control panel.
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Peel off the seal.
SEAL
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Pull out the master and insert the front
head of the master until it contacts the roller.
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Replacing the Master Roll
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Turn power on, Push the master set switch.
The master will be pulled in, and cut automatically.
If the master does not go in correctly, turn power
off and pull master back.
MASTER SET SWITCH
THERMAL HEAD
ESCAPE LEVER
IMPORTANT
¡If the master is wrinkled:push down the
thermal head escape lever 2 or 3 times.
¡The cutter operates and stops after the
master is cut.
Remove the cut piece left inside the
machine.
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Remove the trimmed piece of the master.
IMPORTANT
¡ When the master stops, make sure that
you remove the trimmed piece of the
master.
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Slide the scanner unit and return it to the
original position.
Replacing Consumables
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Replacing the Master Ejection Core
The message “EXCHANGE EJECT ROLL” is displayed on the LCD panel when the master ejection core is full.
Remove the master ejection core using the following procedure:
EXCHANGE
EJECT ROLL
IMPORTANT
• Use only a master ejection core designed for use in this machine.
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Press the master ejection box release lever to open
the master ejection box.
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Open the master ejection box until it stops.
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Open the cover while pressing and holding the
master ejection box lid release lever.
master ejection box
lid release lever
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Replacing the Master Ejection Core
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Holding the edges of the master ejection core,
pull out the core and discard it.
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IMPORTANT
• Ink adheres to the master ejection core. Take
care to prevent ink from getting onto your
clothing.
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Insert a new master ejection core.
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Gently close the master ejection box cover,
pressing it until it locks.
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Replacing Consumables
Close the master ejection box, pressing it until it
locks.
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Replacing the Drum Unit
Removing the Drum Unit
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Press and hold the JOG switch until the drum
comes to a stop with a beep.
JOG switch
WARNING
• Do not touch the drum or rollers when you
operate the JOG switch.
• Do not put your hands or fingers inside the
machine while it is operating. Your hands may
be pulled in or nipped.
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Open the front cover toward you.
Front cover
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Lift the drum securing lever toward you and,
holding it there, then pull out the drum handle
straight toward you until it stops.
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Drum handle
Drum securing lever
Replacing the Drum Unit
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Hold the handle on the far end of the drum, and
lift the front end of the drum slightly to pull the
drum toward you.
Handle for end
of drum
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IMPORTANT
• Do not touch the drum surface. Ink may
transfer to your clothes.
• Hold the drum level and place it on a flat,
solid surface.
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Replacing Consumables
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Replacing the Drum Unit
Installing the Drum Unit
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Hold the drum level and place the drum guide
roller onto the rail in the machine.
Roller
Rail
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Release the handle at the far end of the drum
and press the drum in about 10cm while lifting
up the front end slightly.
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Hold the drum level and press it in gently until it comes to a stop.
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Lift the drum securing lever toward you while
pressing the drum in.
Lever
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Replacing the Drum Unit
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Lower the lever.
Lever
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Close the front cover.
Front cover
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Replacing Consumables
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Chapter
6
Troubleshooting
This chapter describes how to remove paper jams and what to do when error messages are
displayed.
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Countermeasures to Troubles .......................................................................... 92
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Power Does Not Turn ON ............................................................................ 92
Error Messages .................................................................................................. 93
Supplying or Changing Paper While Printing ................................................. 96
If Paper Runs Out During Printing ............................................................... 96
Adding Paper While Printing ........................................................................ 96
Changing Paper Selection While Printing .................................................... 98
Paper Jams ....................................................................................................... 100
When “PAPER LEFT JAM” is Displayed (Feed Tray) ................................ 100
When “PAPER RIGHT JAM” is Displayed (Print Tray) ............................... 101
When “MASTER EJECT MISS” is Displayed ................................................. 104
When “MASTER SET MISS” is Displayed...................................................... 107
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Troubleshooting
Mastermaking/Printing is Not Possible...........................................................92
Countermeasures to Troubles
Power Does Not Turn ON
If the power does not turn ON, check the following.
THE MACHINE DOESN'T TURN ON.
IS POWER PLUG INSERTED?
YES
NO
Insert the power
plug securely.
IS POWER SWITCH ON?
YES
NO
Turn the power switch ON.
Please contact your service person.
Mastermaking/Printing is Not Possible
If mastermaking/printing is not possible, check the following.
IS THERE A MESSAGE DISPLAYED
ON ERROR DISPLAY PANEL?
YES
NO
See "Error Messages" on page 93.
Please contact your service person.
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Error Messages
Message
Countermeasure
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There is no paper in the feed tray.
Load the feed tray with printing paper.
SET PRINT PAPER
EXCHANGE INK
ROLL-MASTER END
EXCHANGE
EJECT ROLL
There is no ink.
Replace the old ink pack with a new one.
(a For details, see page 78, “Replacing the Ink Pack”.)
There is no master.
Replace the master roll with a new one.
(a For details, see page 81, “Replacing the Master Roll”.)
The master ejection core is full.
Replace the core with a new one. (a For details, see page 84,
“Replacing the Master Ejection Core”.)
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There is no drum.
Install a drum in the machine. (a For details, see page 86,
“Replacing the Drum Unit”.)
Troubleshooting
DRUM NOT SET
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The front cover is open.
Close the front cover.
FRONT-COVER OPEN
The scanner cover is open.
Close the scanner cover.
SCANNER OPEN
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Error Messages
Message
PAPER LEFT JAM.
PAPER RIGHT JAM.
MASTER EJECT MISS
MASTER SET MISS
Countermeasure
A paper jam has occurred in the feed tray.
Remove the jammed paper. (a For details, see page 100,
“When ‘PAPER LEFT JAM’ is displayed (Feed Tray)”.)
A paper jam has occurred on the print tray side.
Inspect the print tray side and remove the jammed paper. (a
For details, see page 101, “When ‘PAPER RIGHT JAM’ is
displayed (Print Tray)”.)
There is an old master on the drum.
Remove all the masters from the drum. (a For details, see
page 104, “When ‘MAST.EJECT ERROR’ is Displayed”.)
There is an error during master setting.
Open the top cover and remove the master that is left in the master
feeder. (a For details, see page 107, “When ‘MASTER SET
MISS’ is Displayed”.)
The upper cover of ADF is open.
Close the upper cover of ADF.
ADF OPEN
DOCUMENT JAMMING
ENTER ID AND
PASSWORD
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The document is jammed on the ADF.
Remove the jammed document in accordance with the ADF
instruction manual.
Press PRINT key and input your ID and Password.
For details, see the page 27.
Error Messages
Message
PLEASE
MASTER MAKING
--PRINTING--
Countermeasure
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Cannot print.
This message is displayed just after the master setting error or
master ejection error occurs.
It is also displayed if you
(PRINT) key or
(TEST
PRINT) key without making a master while the confidential
safeguard function is activated. Make a master first.
T
Printing is not complete.
Either press
(PRINT) key to resume printing or press
(CLEAR) key to clear the counter.
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C
A master is being made.
Wait until it is completed.
--SCANNING--
NO DOCUMENT
RESET MASTER.ROLL
SERVICE CALL
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The printer is not ready.
Wait a while with the power turned ON. If this message does
not disappear after several minutes, turn the power OFF and
contact servicepersons.
Troubleshooting
--WAIT--
There is no document.
Set a document.
The master is not set correctly.
Set the master again.
Turn the power OFF once and turn the power ON again in
several seconds. If the same display appears, make a memo of
the message “Exxx” and contact servicepersons.
This message blinks alternately with the
message “Exxx”.
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Supplying or Changing Paper While Printing
If Paper Runs Out During Printing
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If paper runs out during printing, printing
stops and the feed tray is lowered automatically.
SET PRINT PAPER
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a See page 34, “Loading and Replacing Paper”.)
Load paper (a
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Press
(PRINT) key.
Printing resumes.
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Adding Paper While Printing
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Press
(STOP) key.
Printing stops.
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Press the feed tray descend switch continuously.
Release the switch when the feed tray reasches
the proper height.
Feed tray descend switch
The feed tray will stop.
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Supplying or Changing Paper While Printing
IMPORTANT
• If the sheet is still in the feed roller ring, pull it
out and align it with the stack.
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2
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Align the stack to be added and place it on top
of the existing stack. Press the stack lightly
toward the machine.
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Press
(PRINT) key.
The feed tray will rise automatically and printing will
resume.
REFERENCE
• When you press
(STOP) key, printing stops.
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Troubleshooting
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Supplying or Changing Paper While Printing
Changing Paper Selection While Printing
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Press
(STOP) key.
Printing stops.
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Press the feed tray descend switch continuously.
Release the switch when the paper tray is at the
proper height.
Feed tray descend switch
The feed tray will stop.
IMPORTANT
• If the sheet is still in the feed roller ring, pull it
out and align it with the stack.
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Remove paper from the feed tray.
The feed tray will automatically descend.
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Supplying or Changing Paper While Printing
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When the feed tray comes to a stop, reset the paper size.
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Press
(PRINT) key.
The feed tray will rise automatically and printing will
resume.
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Troubleshooting
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Paper Jams
When “PAPER LEFT JAM” is Displayed (Feed Tray)
When a paper jam occurs in the feed tray, the message “PAPER LEFT JAM” is displayed on the LCD. Follow
the procedure below to remove the jammed paper.
PAPER LEFT JAM.
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Switch to lower the feed tray slightly.
Feed tray descend switch
The feed tray is lowered for the time that the switch is
pressed.
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Pull out the jammed paper as shown in the
diagram.
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Press the JOG switch until the drum comes to
a stop with a beep.
JOG switch
WARNING
• Do not touch the drum or rollers when you
operate the jog switch.
• Do not put hands inside machine while it is
operating. Hands could get caught up or
crushed.
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Paper Jams
When “PAPER RIGHT JAM” is Displayed (Print Tray)
When a paper jams in the print tray, “PAPER RIGHT JAM” is displayed on the LCD panel. Follow the
procedure below to remove the jammed paper.
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PAPER RIGHT JAM.
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Press the master ejection box release lever to open
the master ejection box.
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Open the master ejection box until it stops.
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Troubleshooting
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Remove the jammed paper.
Press the JOG switch to eject the partially printed paper.
JOG switch
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Paper Jams
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Close the master ejection box, pressing it until it
locks.
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■ Paper Adhering to Drum
If paper has adhered to the drum, follow the procedure below to remove it.
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Press the master ejection box release lever to open
the master ejection box.
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Open the master ejection box until it stops.
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Press the JOG switch to find the edge of the
paper, then stop the drum at the position shown
in the diagram.
Paper edge
WARNING
• Do not touch the drum or rollers when you
operate the JOG switch.
• Do not put your hands inside the machine
while it is operating. Your hands may be
pulled in or nipped.
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Paper Jams
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Peel off the edge of the paper from the drum.
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Pull the paper toward the ejection side while
pressing the JOG switch to peel the paper off.
IMPORTANT
• Make sure that the peeled paper does not
stick to your clothing.
JOG switch
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Hold the JOG switch down until the drum
comes to a stop with a beep.
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JOG switch
Troubleshooting
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Close the master ejection box, pressing it until it
locks.
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Make another master.
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When “MASTER EJECT MISS” is Displayed
When an old master remains on the drum, “MASTER EJECT MISS” is displayed on the LCD panel. Remove it by
following the procedure below.
MASTER EJECT MISS
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Press the master ejection box release lever to open
the master ejection box.
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Open the master ejection box until it stops.
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Press the JOG switch to find the edge of the
paper, then stop the drum at the position shown
in the diagram.
WARNING
• Do not touch the drum or rollers when you
operate the JOG switch.
• Do not put your hands inside the machine
while it is operating. Your hands may be
pulled in or nipped.
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When “MASTER EJECT MISS” is Displayed
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Lift the lever toward you.
The master clamp opens and the edge of the master will be
released from the clamp. If the master is stuck, release it
manually.
Master clamp
Lever
Master
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Return the lever.
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Pull the front end of the master toward you and
press the JOG switch intermittently.
Hold the switch down until the master peels off.
IMPORTANT
• Discard the old master, making sure that it
does not touch your clothing.
JOG switch
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Hold the JOG switch down until the drum comes to a stop with a beep.
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Close the master ejection box, pressing it until it
locks.
Troubleshooting
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When “MASTER EJECT MISS ” is Displayed
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Press
(STOP) key.
The message is deleted.
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Make another master.
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When “PLATE EJECTION ERROR” is Displayed
When “MASTER SET MISS” is Displayed
The message “MASTER SET MISS” is displayed on the LCD panel. Remove the master and remake the master by
following the procedure below.
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MASTER SET MISS
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Slide the scanner unit.
Scanner unit
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Remove the master left in the master feeder.
Reset the master and take away the cutted master.
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For details,see page 81-83.
Slide the scanner unit and return it to the original position.
Troubleshooting
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Scanner unit
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When “MASTER SET MISS” is Displayed
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Check that the error message is deleted.
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Make a new master and start printing.
IMPORTANT
• The message “PLS MASTER MAKING” is displayed on the LCD panel when
is pressed without mastermaking being carried out.
(PRINT) key
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Chapter
7
Specifications and Maintenance
This chapter lists the machine specifications and describes maintenance, etc.
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Specifications ....................................................................................................110
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Specifications and Maintenance
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Specifications
Product name/model No.
Model
Duprinter DP-M400
Table top
Mastermaking method
Mastermaking time
Thermal digital mastermaking
21 seconds (A4, same size)
Resolution
Scanning method
Printing method
300 dpi (Main scanning direction) x 600 dpi (Sub scanning direction)
Fixed document
Stencil print
Document type
Document size
Sheet, book (10kg max.)
297 x 432mm max.
100 x 148mm min.
Printing area
Feeding capacity
204 x 288mm
210 x 347mm
1300 sheets (64gsm , 55kg, high-grade paper)
Stacking capacity
When a cabinet is used : 1300 sheets (64gsm , 55kg, high-grade paper)
When the printer is used on a table : 900 sheets (64gsm , 55kg, high-grade paper)
Max. 297mm x 364mm
Max. 297mm x 364mm
Max. 297mm x 420mm
Min. 100mm x 148mm
Min. 100mm x 148mm
Min. 100mm x 148mm
For paper longer than 364mm speed/vertical registration adjustment/paper
weight is limited.
45gsm to 210gsm (40kg to 180kg)
Paper size
Paper thickness
Printing speed
Print enlargement/reduction
European size
U.S. size
Duprinter DP-M410
Duprinter DP-M420
250 x 355mm
130 pages per minute (60 to 130 pages per minute, 3 step adjustment)
Same size (100%)
Fixed zoom ratios: 70, 81, 86, 115, 122, and 141%
Print with border: 94%
Zoom: 50 to 200%
Same size (100%)
Fixed zoom ratios: 64, 74, 77, 121, 129, and 141%
Print with border: 94%
Zoom: 50 to 200%
Image modes
Vertical: ±15mm
Horizontal: ±10mm
Text mode/Photograph mode/Text and photograph mode
Darkness adjustment
Ink supply method
Master darkness: 3 steps
Complete automatic control (600ml)
Color printing
Master feeder
Master ejection
Drum unit exchange method
Roll master automatic feed
Complete automatic ejection master rolling method
LCD panel
Miscellaneous standard
Light and compact type LCD
OK monitor
Book Shadow Eraser Mode
Confidential Safeguard Function
Manual Zoom (50-200%)
Entry of different number of prints or sets UID Function
Special functions
Energy Saving
Memory Function
2-up Function (2-in-1 Layout when
using ADF)
Printing position adjustment
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Specifications
Product name/model
Duprinter DP-M400
Duprinter DP-M410
Power source
AC
Size
In use: 1270mm (W) x 615mm (D) x 666mm (H)
In storage: 695mm (W) x 615mm (D) x 666mm (H)
<When ADF is installed>
In use: 1270mm (W) x 615mm (D) x 805mm (H)
In storage: 695mm (W) x 615mm (D) x 805mm (H)
Weight
Operating temperature
Machine 73kg
10°C to 30°C
100-240V±10%
1.6-0.8A
160W
Duprinter DP-M420
50/60Hz
Black(DC14),Red(DC13),Blue(DC12),Green(DC15)
Ink
Brown(DC16),Gray(DC17) (600ml)
600ml package only
Master roll
Options
Online
DRC41/DRC415
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DRM- 78
DRM- 79
DRM- 80
TAP-13
TAP-14
I/F-43
FS-100U
UPC-01
CAB-13
U6-S0001
ADF-16
DRC42/DRC425/DRC42L
Drum unit (M420)
Drum unit (M410)
Drum unit (M400)
Tape cluster /E
Tape cluster / Korean
USB interface kit
(Optional USB I/F kit is necessary)
UID PC I/F kit
Cabinet
Automatic power off kit (power is turned off by time specified)
(S5-ADF)
USB interface kit (I/F board in main unit)
USB interface (USB2.0 Full-Speed) *
OS Windows 2000 Professional
Windows XP professional/Home Edition
Windows Vista (32bit/64bit)
Windows 7 (32bit/64bit)
Mac OS X10.3/10.4/10.5
*USB cable must be 3m or shorter
* Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Specifications and Maintenance
Optional Duplo print server FS-100U(USB I/F is necessary)
OS Windows 2000 Professional
Windows XP professional/Home Edition
Windows Vista (32bit/64bit)
Windows 7 (32bit/64bit)
Mac OS X10.3/10.4/10.5
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Appendix
This section contains an index and quick reference diagrams for basic operations.
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Quick Operation Guide .....................................................................................116
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Appendix
Index ...................................................................................................................114
Index
A
Acceptable Documents ............................................... 28
Acceptable Printing Paper .......................................... 28
Adding Paper While Printing ...................................... 96
ADF ............................................................................ 18
Adjusting Master Darkness...........................................62
ALL CLEAR key ........................................................ 23
I
If Paper Runs Out During Printing ............................. 96
ink pack ................................................................ 20, 78
Installing the Drum Unit ............................................. 88
Installing Print Tray .................................................... 49
J
JOG switch ........................... 21, 86, 100, 101, 103, 105
B
Basic Printmaking ...................................................... 32
Batch Printing ............................................................. 63
Batch Printing(changing print quantity per document) ....... 67
Book Shadow Eraser Mode ........................................ 60
C
Cabinet .................................................................. 18, 19
castor locks ................................................................. 19
Changing Paper Selection While Printing .................. 98
Changing Print Quantitiy per Document .................... 67
CLEAR key ................................................................ 23
control panel ............................................................... 22
Conventions Used in This Manual .............................. 15
D
Dividing Sections with Tape ....................................... 76
Document guide .............................................. 19, 32, 37
Document tray ...................................................... 19, 36
Document/Printing Paper Specification ..................... 28
drum handle ................................................................ 20
drum unit .................................................. 18, 20, 29, 86
Duplo Direct Print System .......................................... 18
E
Enlargement and Reduction ........................................ 39
Enlargements .............................................................. 39
Error Messages ........................................................... 93
F
fan unit ........................................................................ 29
feeder roller ................................................................ 29
feed tray ...................................................................... 19
Feed tray descend switch ...................................... 19, 96
Feed pressure adjuster lever ................................. 19, 35
front cover ....................................................... 19, 78, 86
H
How Mastermaking and Printing is Performed.............29
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K
Key pad ....................................................................... 23
L
Lateral Placement ....................................................... 36
LCD panel ............................................................ 22, 24
Loading and Replacing Paper ..................................... 34
Loading Documents .................................................... 36
M
Maintenance ............................................................... 13
master ................................................................. 84, 107
master clamp ............................................................. 103
master cover .......................................................... 20, 81
master ejection box ......................... 21, 29, 84, 101, 104
Master Ejection Core ............................................ 21, 85
master roll ....................................................... 20, 29, 81
Multiple printing ......................................................... 56
N
number of prints ................................................... 33, 73
O
On-Line Print Function ............................................... 86
P
Paper Adhering to Drum ........................................... 102
Paper ejection belt ...................................................... 29
Paper Jams ................................................................ 100
Paper separator unit .................................................... 29
Paper Size ............................................................. 28, 44
Paper Stopper ........................................................ 21, 49
Paper stripper finger ................................................... 29
Part Names and Their Functions ................................ 19
personal computer ................................................ 18, 76
MASTER MAKING key................................................22
Mastermaking................................................................29
Mastermaking/Printing is Not Possible.........................92
Positioning the Document .......................................... 36
Index
Positioning the Machine ............................................. 12
Power Does Not Turn ON .......................................... 92
power swich .................................................... 19, 25, 26
press roller .................................................................. 29
Print count .................................................................. 33
PRINT key .................................................................. 23
Print Output ................................................................ 48
Print Speed Adjustment Function ............................... 74
print tray ............................................................... 21, 48
Printer Appearance ..................................................... 19
Printing ....................................................................... 29
Printing and Duplicating Cautions ............................. 14
Printing Position Adjustment Function ...................... 73
PRINTING POSITION ADJUSTMENT keys ..... 23, 73
Printing position indicator lamp ........................... 23, 73
PRINTING SPEED ADJUSTMENT keys ........... 23, 72
Printing speed indicator lamp ............................... 23, 72
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“U” groove of holder .................................................. 79
UID...............................................................................27
V
Vertical Placement ...................................................... 36
W
Warning Label..........................................................11
When “MASTER SET MISS” is Displayed ................... 107
When “MAST. EJECT ERROR” is Displayed ......... 104
When “PAPER LEFT JAM” is displayed
(Feed Tray) ............................................................... 100
When “PAPER RIGHT JAM” is displayed
(Print Tray) ............................................................... 101
Q
Quick Operation Guide ............................................. 118
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zoom ratio ............................................................. 32, 39
Other
R
key ........................................................... 23, 65, 67
1%-Step Enlargement and Reduction ......................... 42
2-in-1 Layout .............................................................. 58
94% Reduction ........................................................... 40
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Reductions .................................................................. 39
Removing the Drum Unit ........................................... 86
Replacing the Drum Unit ............................................ 86
Replacing the Ink Pack ............................................... 78
Replacing the Master Ejection Core ........................... 84
Replacing the Master Roll .......................................... 81
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Saving Settings ........................................................... 52
Selecting Printing Paper Size ..................................... 44
set .......................................................................... 24, 65
Side guides ............................................................ 19, 34
speed lamp .................................................................. 74
Standard Mode ............................................................ 26
STOP key .............................................................. 23, 73
Support tray .......................................................... 19, 34
Supplying or Changing Paper While Printing ............ 96
System Setup .............................................................. 18
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TEST PRINT key ................................................. 22, 72
Text/Photograph/Text and Photograph Mode ............. 46
Thermal head .............................................................. 29
Total Counter Display Function ................................. 73
total number of masters.................................................73
Truing up Printed Pages .............................................. 51
Turning OFF Printer Power ........................................ 26
Turning ON Printer Power .......................................... 25
Turning Power ON/OFF ............................................. 25
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Quick Operation Guide
●Mastermaking
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Install the print tray.
Open the supplemental paper tray.
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Hold the lever and adjust the side
guides to the paper size.
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Place a stack of aligned sheets in the
feed tray.
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Raise the paper stacker guides and
paper stopper, and adjust them to
the size of the printing paper.
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Make the required settings on the
control panel.
Enlargement and Reduction, Master Darkness,
Document mode, 94% Reduction, 2 IN 1
Function
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Press
(MASTER MAKING) key.
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Turning the power ON.
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Check the finished master. Adjust the
printing position, printing speed and
other settings as required.
REFERENCE
• To make another test print, press
(TEST PRINT) key.
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●Mastermaking
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Set the document in place.
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●Print
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Enter the number of prints on the
key pad.
REFERENCE
• To change the number of prints,
press C (CLEAR) key, and enter
the desired number of prints.
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Press
(PRINT) key.
REFERENCE
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Select the paper size.
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• To stop the machine midway during
operation, press
(STOP) key.
MEMO
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