Just when you think there isn’t a whole lot more that can be done to make wide format printers truly more productive, BAM! – a vertical trimmer emerges. And, it’s standard on the double-roll HP DesignJet Z6 and Z9+. Meaning, it’s not some expensive add-on from a third-party with limited support.
When HP introduced their Jet Fusion color 3D printers, some may have had initial thoughts of “ho-hum, Z Corp already did this years ago.” Right?
According to Benjamin Moore “Gray is undoubtedly one of the most popular paint choices these days. And, with a wide variety of depths and undertones to choose from, it’s easy to see why gray has surpassed beige as the most popular neutral.”
The standard file format that’s both print-ready, and secure for collaboration is, of course Adobe PDF (portable document format). Very few design professionals continue to use native CAD files for printing or sharing due to security concerns and the software required to print and view correctly; even more so when you consider viewing tools such as tablets and iPads