Most GIS operators don’t spend much time thinking about their color printer. But just hooking up a wide format color printer to a network and clicking the print button will often not lead to the optimum result, resulting in either waste or unnecessary delays. This whitepaper examines the trade-offs in selecting the right print mode, using the right type of paper, and processing large color files.
It discusses how to optimize printing from a GIS and the key requirements GIS operators should look for when deciding which print system is right for them. The end result will be more time to focus on key GIS activities with a print system that supports a variety of printing jobs in the optimum way.
See the White Paper HERE (PDF, 1.1 MB)
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