Nest > Nest wait

Russian translation: Время задержки

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English term or phrase:Nest > Nest wait
Russian translation:Время задержки
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03:57 Jan 22, 2003
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English term or phrase: Nest > Nest wait
Очередная какая-то функция вышеупомянутого плоттера, будь он неладен!
Andrew Vdovin
Local time: 06:34
Время задержки
Explanation:
... If any plot in a nest has the cutter enabled, the plotter will cut after the ... Nest
wait time Nesting Wait Time is the amount of time the printer waits for the ...
www.encad.com/Support/User-Guides/NJ567Series/ HPGL2%20Guide/hpgl2-e.pdf
Nesting allows the user to save media by printing multiple plots along the
horizontal width of the media. This feature makes the most efficient use of
consumables and reduces the time required to print multiple plots.
When nesting is active, HP-GL/2 plots will be stored within the printer, accumu-
lating in a
nest
. Printing will only begin when a nest becomes full, when a
nesting timeout occurs, if printer memory is exhausted, or when a plot that is
incompatible with the current nest is received.
A nest is full when the printer determines that no further jobs can be fitted
across the page.
Nest timeouts are governed by the Nest Time parameter, which is set via the
printer's front panel.
If the printer runs out of memory, the current nest will be printed immediately,
so that memory may be reclaimed for use by new plots.
An incompatible plot is either a non-HP-GL/2 plot or an HP-GL/2 plot which
has different job characteristics than the current nest, such as quality, dpi, or
margins.
If any of the following plot parameters are different between one plot and the
next, the last plot will be incompatible with the current nest, causing the nest to
begin printing immediately.
Parameters which are monitored for Nest compatibility:
* Print quality;
* Number of passes;
* Print direction;
* Speed;
* Color mode;
* DPI;
* Dry time;
* Margins;
* Wipe on/off; and
* Media Save.
www.encad.com/Support/User-Guides/NJ567Series/ HPGL2%20Guide/hpgl2-e.pdf





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Note added at 2003-01-22 04:50:53 (GMT)
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... 10. What should my plotter settings be? >. > PLOT MGMT > QUEUE MGMT >
PLOT # > 1. > > NEST > OPTIMAL > NEST WAIT > 30 SEC. > > QUEUE > ON. >. ...
www.tips.osmre.gov/
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Время задержки


Explanation:
... If any plot in a nest has the cutter enabled, the plotter will cut after the ... Nest
wait time Nesting Wait Time is the amount of time the printer waits for the ...
www.encad.com/Support/User-Guides/NJ567Series/ HPGL2%20Guide/hpgl2-e.pdf
Nesting allows the user to save media by printing multiple plots along the
horizontal width of the media. This feature makes the most efficient use of
consumables and reduces the time required to print multiple plots.
When nesting is active, HP-GL/2 plots will be stored within the printer, accumu-
lating in a
nest
. Printing will only begin when a nest becomes full, when a
nesting timeout occurs, if printer memory is exhausted, or when a plot that is
incompatible with the current nest is received.
A nest is full when the printer determines that no further jobs can be fitted
across the page.
Nest timeouts are governed by the Nest Time parameter, which is set via the
printer's front panel.
If the printer runs out of memory, the current nest will be printed immediately,
so that memory may be reclaimed for use by new plots.
An incompatible plot is either a non-HP-GL/2 plot or an HP-GL/2 plot which
has different job characteristics than the current nest, such as quality, dpi, or
margins.
If any of the following plot parameters are different between one plot and the
next, the last plot will be incompatible with the current nest, causing the nest to
begin printing immediately.
Parameters which are monitored for Nest compatibility:
* Print quality;
* Number of passes;
* Print direction;
* Speed;
* Color mode;
* DPI;
* Dry time;
* Margins;
* Wipe on/off; and
* Media Save.
www.encad.com/Support/User-Guides/NJ567Series/ HPGL2%20Guide/hpgl2-e.pdf





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Note added at 2003-01-22 04:50:53 (GMT)
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... 10. What should my plotter settings be? >. > PLOT MGMT > QUEUE MGMT >
PLOT # > 1. > > NEST > OPTIMAL > NEST WAIT > 30 SEC. > > QUEUE > ON. >. ...
www.tips.osmre.gov/


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