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  79. Lift the handles to release the roll holders. You can use the scroll wheel to see all the predefined settings. You can also download the latest Océ drivers, free of charge, from our Web site www. Chapter 7 - Maintain the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer...
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  81. You can define a default output quality for each scan job template. Chapter 5 - Use the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Note: You do not need to center the original precisely.
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  85. No part of this work may be reproduced, copied, adapted, or transmitted in any form or by any means without written permission from Océ. Océ makes no representation or warranties with respect to the contents hereof and specifi- cally disclaims any implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for any particular purpose. ® ® Macintosh is a registered trademark of Apple Computer, Inc. The manual contains a description of the product and guidelines to use and operate the Océ ColorWave 300. Definition Attention-Getters Parts of this manual require your special attention. These parts can provide the following: Additional general information, for example, information that is useful when you perform a task. Safety information The safety information for this product is included in a separate manual with the title Safety information. On CD-ROM Available as a PDF file in English only. Note: Visit Océ on the internet at www. Available documentation Océ Express WebTools Documentation Availability User manual - Operating information On www. Note: Visit Océ on the internet at www. ® Available documentation Océ Windows Printer Driver Documentation Availability User manual On www. Chapter 1 - Introduction... Chapter Section Topics Introduction Overview of available documentation. Explanation regarding the manual and how to use it. The Océ ColorWave 300 key con- cepts. Get to know the Océ Color- The main components. Appendix Specifications of the Océ System specifications. ColorWave 300 Specifications drivers and job submis- sion software. Preferred Océ media types and sizes. Appendix General information Reader's comment sheet. Chapter 1 - Introduction... The Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer is a printer combined with an Océ scanner Express, top delivery tray and a lower receiving tray. A print or copy job can consist of several sets, which in turn may consist of several pages. User panel The Océ ColorWave 300 offers a user panel that allows you to do the following. Examples: monitor the queue, monitor the system status, print a demo print, cancel a job. The purposes of the Océ Express WebTools are the following. Settings and configuration management Queue management License management System monitoring Scan retrieval Print job submission Chapter 2 - Get to know the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... The Océ ColorWave 300 offers a wide range of print functionalities. The Océ ColorWave 300 uses the CMYK color model. The printer contains printheads for cyan, magenta, yellow, and black CMYK and is based on thermal inkjet technology. Chapter 2 - Get to know the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Chapter 2 - Get to know the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Chapter 2 - Get to know the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Chapter 2 - Get to know the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Chapter 2 - Get to know the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Chapter 2 - Get to know the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... When active, it blinks. Chapter 2 - Get to know the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Chapter 2 - Get to know the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Chapter 2 - Get to know the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... The 'Top Delivery Tray' can collect a maximum of 50 sheets. Illustration Capacity The capacity of the 'Top Delivery Tray' depends on various factors like the media type, width, length and climate conditions. Chapter 2 - Get to know the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... If you select 'Lower receiving tray' your printed output is by default delivered to the 'Lower receiving tray' of the printer. Chapter 2 - Get to know the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Plug in the mains supply cable at the power connection at the back of the printer. Plug the other side of the mains supply cable into the wall socket. Chapter 3 - Quick start... Chapter 3 - Quick start... Appendix A contains a list of the supported media types and media sizes. This section describes how to remove and load a roll of media. Lift the handles to release the roll holders. Press the handles down to fasten the roll holders. Chapter 3 - Quick start... Use both hands to slide the medium under the paper guide. Place the media on the printer as shown in the figure below. The user panel displays the message 'New media detected on roll 1' or 'New media de- tected on roll 2'. Follow the steps in the wizard to define the correct media type. The media size is detected automatically. Check if the Océ ColorWave 300 network settings have been registered in the network infrastructure. Chapter 3 - Quick start... You can get an overview of the Smart Inboxes when you open the 'Jobs' tab in the Océ Express WebTools. Illustration Jobs in a Smart Inbox You can use the Smart Inbox to manage your jobs. Your copy job is then displayed in the 'View all' Smart Inbox. The 'Preferences' - 'System settings' - 'Smart Inbox management' - 'Save printed jobs in a Smart Inbox' - setting determines if copy jobs that have been printed will be kept in the Smart Inbox for reprint or not. The system automatically selects the print tab. Chapter 3 - Quick start... The Océ Publisher Express section. An overview of all jobs that are current- ly available in the 'Jobs - Queue'. An overview of all the Smart Inboxes that currently contain on or more jobs. Select the job and click 'Print'. The job is copied into the Job Queue. Chapter 3 - Quick start... You can also download the latest Océ drivers, free of charge, from our Web site www. Chapter 3 - Quick start... Note: ® You need a license to be able to print PostScript files on the Océ ColorWave 300. Note: More information about how to install, configure and use the driver is available in the ® documentation provided with the Océ PostScript 3 Driver. Select the Océ ColorWave 300 in the 'Printer' area of the 'Print' dialog box. You can define the default print job set- tings in the Océ Express WebTools. Note: You do not need to center the original precisely. The exact position of the original is au- tomatically detected by the scanner. With a copy template you can pre-define the settings you need for a copy job. You only need to set the job settings once and you can store the settings in a job template that is presented on the user panel. Note: You do not need to center the original precisely. The exact position of the original is au- tomatically detected by the scanner. You only need to set the job settings once and you can store the settings in a job template that is presented on the user panel. Note: You do not need to center the original precisely. The exact position of the original is au- tomatically detected by the scanner. You only need to set the job settings once and you can store the settings in a job template that is presented on the user panel. Note: You do not need to center the original precisely. The exact position of the original is au- tomatically detected by the scanner. With a scan template you can pre-define the settings you need for a scan job. You only need to set the job settings once and you can store the settings in a job template that is presented on the user panel. Note: You do not need to center the original precisely. The exact position of the original is au- tomatically detected by the scanner. You only need to set the job settings once and you can store the settings in a job template that is presented on the user panel. Note: You do not need to center the original precisely. The exact position of the original is au- tomatically detected by the scanner. You only need to set the job settings once and you can store the settings in a job template that is presented on the user panel. Note: Wait until the user panel is black. Note: You can also use the 'Shut down' button in the Océ Express WebTools. Chapter 3 - Quick start... Check if the Océ ColorWave 300 network settings have been registered in the network infrastructure. Chapter 4 - Define your workflow with the Océ Express WebTools... For some specific actions you must log on as a Key operator. Tasks: Create a new job from a printable file in the Océ... This section enables you to do the following. Tasks: 'About' Information about the Océ ColorWave 300 system software version. Information about the included licenses. These are the licenses used to build the software. This tab can be accessed by any user. The 'System ' tab is visible on all pages at the bottom of the page. When you click on the 'System' tab in the lower left corner of the screen, the system monitor pops-up. Note: This language setting does not influence the language on the user panel. Select the Extra menu - Options. The Options window appears. Click the Advanced button and make sure you have selected the General tab. In the Languages section click the Choose... You can find detailed information about the settings in the tooltip. The illustration below shows, for example, the tooltip information of the 'Print queue' setting. You can click 'Edit' in the settings group bar to access a window for all settings in the group if you want to edit more settings in the settings group. This overview window does not show detailed information per setting. Modify the setting or settings. Click 'Ok' to confirm your entries or 'Cancel' to reject your entries. Chapter 4 - Define your workflow with the Océ Express WebTools... When to do Before you save the setting and the values in the Océ Express WebTools. To check which settings are no longer set to the factory default value. When to do Duplicate the settings very easily to another printer of the same type. Note: Not all settings are stored in the settings file. When to do Duplicate the settings to another printer of the same type. Caution: When you are logged in as a Key operator you can only load the Key operator settings. Caution: When you are logged in as a Key operator you can only restore the Key operator settings. When you are logged in as a System administrator you can only restore the System ad- ministrator settings. When you click on the 'System' tab in the lower left corner of the screen, the system monitor pops-up. You can also use this button to restart the system. Chapter 4 - Define your workflow with the Océ Express WebTools... You can view all the settings in the Océ Express WebTools but when you want to edit a setting, a message appears. There are 3 user roles, System administrator, Key operator and Power user who have authorization to edit specific groups of settings. How to log out after you have finished your session Click the log out hyperlink in the top right-hand corner of the screen. Close the screen of your internet browser. How to change the password for authorized users Click 'Configuration' - 'Connectivity' - 'Passwords'. You can enable IPSec in the Océ Express WebTools. For more information on IPSec, consult the Security manual. You can enable IPv6 in the Océ Express WebTools. For more information on IPv6, consult the Connectivity manual. This prevents unauthorized people from recovering the deleted jobs. When the e-shredding function is enabled, you can select an e-shredding algorithm. You can enable the e-shredding function in the Océ... This prevents unauthorized people from accessing the deleted jobs. You can select one of the following algorithms. All jobs on the system are erased in 35 overwrite passes. This prevents unau- thorized people from accessing the jobs. You can manually enter the required number of overwrite passes. The regional settings are configured during the installation of your system. If you want to change the initial configuration, you can do so in the 'Preferences' - 'System settings' - 'Regional settings'. In sleep mode the printer uses minimal energy, because the power supply of the printer is turned off. The power supply of the embedded controller remains on. If you want to change the initial configuration or if you want to define more network settings, you can do so in the 'Configuration' - tab. A scan destination is a place where you send your scanned file to for storage. You can define a maximum number of 10 scan destinations in the 'Configuration' - 'Scan destinations' tab. This is the fixed scan destination for scan destination 1. Click 'Configuration' - 'Scan destinations'. Click 'Edit' in a 'Scan destinations' bar. Enter a name for the destination. Create a web destination with FTP Create a home directory and a subdirectory on a workstation. Create a network destination with SMB Create a shared folder on a workstation. Chapter 4 - Define your workflow with the Océ Express WebTools... If the pen settings are not defined in the application, the default pen settings configured in the Océ... The values defined in the Océ Express WebTools are default values for the general system behavior. You can define a number of job settings in the Océ printer drivers or the Océ... Note: Before you can edit a setting or a settings group, you must log on as a Key operator. Illustration How to define the system preferences Click 'Preferences' - 'System settings'. Here you can change the initial configuration. Note: You can toggle between the 'First lan- guage' and the 'Second language' on the user panel. If you send a print job using an Océ printer driver or an Océ job submission tool, the job settings defined in the printer driver or the job submission tool always overrule the default settings defined in the Océ... You can find these settings in the 'Preferences' - 'Print job defaults' tab. Note: Before you can edit a setting or a settings group, you must log on as a Key operator. Suggested use: photos or hanced col- graphic art presentations. You will get the most realistic result if you ors' set the RGB input data to the international standard your original was made in. Suggested use: photos or hanced col- graphic art presentations. You will get the most realistic result if you ors' set the RGB input data to the international standard your original was made in. Suggested use: photos or hanced col- graphic art presentations. You will get the most realistic result if you ors' set the RGB input data or CMYK input data to the international stan- dard your original was made in. Suggested use: photos or hanced col- graphic art presentations. You will get the most realistic result if you ors' set the RGB input data to the international standard your original was made in. What you need to know about copy templates Copy templates enable you to easily perform copy jobs that you do very often. The job templates appear on the user panel when you select 'COPY'. The system settings are grouped in functional settings groups. You can find detailed in- formation about the settings in the tooltip. Settings group Description 'General copy job settings'... Note: You can define the same settings for copy template 2, 3 and 4. Click 'Edit' in the settings group bar or click the value of a single setting. You can define a default output quality for each copy job template. You can find these settings in the 'Preferences' - 'Copy job defaults' tab. The output is optimized for the reproduction of the color infor- mation. The output quality is very good. This setting offers a good combination of output quality and productivity. The output quality is good. What you need to know about scan templates Scan templates enable you to easily perform scan jobs that you do very often. The job templates appear on the user panel when you select 'SCAN'. The system settings are grouped in functional settings groups. You can find detailed in- formation about the settings in the tooltip. Settings group Description 'General scan job settings'... You can select on of the scan destination that you enabled in the 'Configuration' - 'Scan destinations' tab. You can define a default output quality for each scan job template. You can find these settings in the 'Preferences' - 'Scan job defaults' tab. The output is optimized for the reproduction of the color infor- mation. Concept The Jobs Queue The Smart Inbox Metaphor Production belt Personal mailboxes User intention get the job printed as soon as send jobs to the system... If you select a remote scan destination 'Configuration' - 'Scan destinations' it is possible that the scanned file cannot be delivered to this destination. In that case the scanned file will also be placed in the 'Scans' Smart Inbox. Note: The icon in front of the job name provides status information about the job. Detailed information about the status is displayed in the tooltip. In this environ- ment it is important for a user to have easy access to his personal jobs. In this environment the repro operator can use the 'Smart Inbox' to organize his daily work. In the 'Smart Inbox' section click 'Open Smart Inbox'. Click on the blank field to open a drop-down list with all Smart Inboxes available on your system that contain one or more jobs. To permanently delete the jobs from a 'Smart Inbox' you must select the jobs in the 'Smart Inbox' and click 'Delete'. In the WebTools 'Jobs - Queue' section tick the box in front of the job you want to delete and click 'Delete'. Chapter 5 - Use the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Press 'Cancel' when you don't want to transport the original automatically. Follow the instructions to remove the original. Chapter 5 - Use the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Press 'Cancel' when you don't want to transport the original automatically. Follow the instructions to remove the original. Chapter 5 - Use the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... In the 'Jobs - Queue' section The system aborts and deletes tick the box in front of the the job immediately. Chapter 5 - Use the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Scheduled Indicates that the job is waiting to be printed. Printing Indicates that the job is currently being printed. Chapter 5 - Use the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Chapter 5 - Use the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Follow the steps in the wizard. Select 'Home' to return to the 'HOME' screen. Chapter 5 - Use the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... You can use the scroll wheel to see all the predefined settings. When the scan job is fin- ished, the scanned file is placed in the Smart Inbox 'Scans'. Chapter 5 - Use the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Note: You do not need to center the original precisely. The exact position of the original is au- tomatically detected by the scanner. The scanner takes the original. Chapter 5 - Use the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... How to autofeed the original Feed the first original face up and centered on the original feeding table. Chapter 5 - Use the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Wait for the operator panel to display 'Auto-feed next original' before feeding the next original. Chapter 5 - Use the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Note: The scanner will detect the width of the carrier sheet as the original width. The scanner takes the carrier sheet with the original. Chapter 5 - Use the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Press the start button. Result You do a basic scan job in 3 steps. The basic scan job uses the settings of the first scan template. Chapter 5 - Use the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... You can use the scroll wheel to see all the predefined settings. When the scan job is fin- ished, the scanned file is placed in the Smart Inbox 'Scans'. Chapter 5 - Use the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... The exact position of the original is au- tomatically detected by the scanner. Select 'Scan' on the user panel. Open the 'Scan' tab with the confirmation button above the scroll wheel. Select your scan template. Chapter 5 - Use the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Repeat steps 5 and 6 until you have set all the correct values for your scan job. Press the start button. Chapter 5 - Use the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... These settings are used for extended scan jobs. The following table gives an overview and a very short description of the available settings. You can find a detailed description of each setting in the Océ... With a 'Medium' lower quality, the compression increases 'Low' giving a smaller file size. Note: Depend on the media series you defined in the Océ Express WebTools 'Custom' 210 to 914 mm The width of the original is a custom size. Chapter 5 - Use the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Chapter 5 - Use the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Define the job settings. The 'Top' margin The 'Bottom' strip The 'Left' margin The 'Right' margin strip Open a template with the confirmation button. Chapter 5 - Use the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Press the start button. Result The Océ ColorWave 300 scans the original without a strip. Chapter 5 - Use the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... When you select 'Copy', the user panel shows four copy templates. The copy templates provide access to the different settings per copy template. You can use the scroll wheel to see all the predefined settings. Chapter 5 - Use the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Note: You do not need to center the original precisely. The exact position of the original is au- tomatically detected by the scanner. The scanner takes the original. Chapter 5 - Use the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... How to autofeed the original Feed the first original face up and centered on the original feeding table. Chapter 5 - Use the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Wait for the operator panel to display 'Auto-feed next original' before feeding the next original. Chapter 5 - Use the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Note: The scanner will detect the width of the carrier sheet as the original width. The scanner takes the carrier sheet with the original. Chapter 5 - Use the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Note: The description of the first copy template is displayed. A basic copy job uses the settings defined in the first copy template. Press the start button. Chapter 5 - Use the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... The basic copy job uses the settings of the first copy template. Chapter 5 - Use the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... When you select 'Copy', the user panel shows four copy templates. The copy templates provide access to the different settings per copy template. You can use the scroll wheel to see all the predefined settings. Chapter 5 - Use the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Open the 'Copy' tab with the confirmation button above the scroll wheel. Select your copy template. Chapter 5 - Use the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Repeat step 4 and 5 until you have set all the correct values for your copy job. Press the start button. Chapter 5 - Use the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... These settings are used for extended copy jobs. The following table gives an overview and a very short description of the available settings. You can find a detailed description of each setting in the Océ... Note: Depend on the media series you defined in the Océ Express WebTools Chapter 5 - Use the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Chapter 5 - Use the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Define the number of copies and press the start button. You can not change the number of copies after you press the start button for the first time. Chapter 5 - Use the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Select 'Close set' with the lower left soft key. Result The Océ ColorWave 300 copies a set of originals sorted by set or by page. Chapter 5 - Use the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Define the number of copies and press the start button. Result The copy contains the selected stamp. Chapter 5 - Use the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Scroll to 'To fit', select a standard media format from the media series you use and confirm. Define the number of copies and press the start button. Chapter 5 - Use the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Chapter 5 - Use the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Scroll to 'Top' or 'Bottom', define the value with the scroll wheel or numeric keys and confirm. Define the number of copies and press the start button. Chapter 5 - Use the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Chapter 5 - Use the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Open the 'Copy' tab with the confirmation button above the scroll wheel. Define the job settings. Chapter 5 - Use the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Result The Océ ColorWave 300 copies the original without a strip. You can also use this setting to copy a specific area of the original. Open the 'Copy' tab with the confirmation button above the scroll wheel. Define the job settings. Chapter 5 - Use the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Result The Océ ColorWave 300 copies a specific area of the original to the specified position on the copy. Chapter 5 - Use the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Open the 'Copy' tab with the confirmation button above the scroll wheel. Define the job settings. Chapter 5 - Use the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Press 'OK' Define the number of copies and press the start button. Result The Océ ColorWave 300 copies an original without the specified area. Chapter 5 - Use the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... The values defined in the Océ Express WebTools are default values for the general system behavior. You can define a number of job settings in the Océ printer drivers or the Océ... Chapter 5 - Use the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Chapter 5 - Use the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Chapter 5 - Use the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... You can also download the latest Océ drivers, free of charge, from our Web site www. Chapter 5 - Use the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Chapter 5 - Use the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Check and change the Printer Features settings if necessary. Click 'OK' to send the print job to the print queue. Chapter 5 - Use the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... You cannot delete or change this folder. It is created at installation and protected. The most convenient way to print files through FTP is to drag and drop the files or to copy and paste the files, into this 'Jobs' folder on the FTP site of your Océ... If you send your print job through LPR the default Océ Express WebTools settings are leading. Select the job and click 'Print'. The job is copied into the Job Queue. Chapter 5 - Use the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Note: In case multiple files are selected the setting is the same for all files. Use the start button to start printing. Chapter 5 - Use the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... It is important to know that the quality of your output depends on both the scan quality of the scanner and the print quality of the printer. When you have defined the correct media and the correct print mode, and you are still not satisfied with the output quality, use the wizards to achieve optimal output quality. Use the calibration wizard on the printer user panel to calibrate the scanner. Before you begin Clean the scanner before you start the calibration procedure. Open this section with the confirmation button. Insert the scanner calibration sheet¹ as instructed in the wizard. Press the start button to start the scanner calibration. The message 'Calibrating, please wait... You can define the required quality mode in the printer driver. You can define the default quality mode in the Océ Express WebTools. The media type The quality mode The print speed... The tables give you an idea of which media type and quality modes to use in a work process. You can select the 'Color Management' settings in the Océ Express WebTools, that give the best results for the color-information conversion. Suggested use: line and colors' vector drawings. Suggested use: photos or hanced col- graphic art presentations. You will get the most realistic result if you ors' set the RGB input data to the international standard your original was made in. Suggested use: photos or hanced col- graphic art presentations. You will get the most realistic result if you ors' set the RGB input data to the international standard your original was made in. Suggested use: photos or hanced col- graphic art presentations. You will get the most realistic result if you ors' set the RGB input data or CMYK input data to the international stan- dard your original was made in. Suggested use: photos or hanced col- graphic art presentations. You will get the most realistic result if you ors' set the RGB input data to the international standard your original was made in. With the 'Color Management' setting 'Color feel' you can finetune the look and feel of the printed colors. Overview of the 'Color feel' settings. If the 'Color Management' setting 'Color feel' is set to 'Océ enhanced colors' you can define the Océ... If the 'Color Management' setting 'Color feel' is set to 'Océ enhanced colors' you can define the Océ... If the 'Color Management' setting 'Color feel' is set to 'Océ enhanced colors' you can define the Océ... Though the printed output will be colorful, this setting may lead to a loss of contrast in the dark areas. Media What is a media profile? Definition A media profile is also called an Océ Media Profile OMP file. The media profile contains a number of preset values that give the best print result per media type for your system. By default the system already has a number of media profiles available after installation, but due to changes in the production methods for media, the profiles can also change over time. Click 'Continue' in the Wide format printer section. Select Océ ColorWave 300 in the Printer name section and click 'Continue'. Select one or more media types and click 'Continue'. Input profiles What is an input profile? Definition An input profile is also called an Océ Input Profile OIP file. The input profile changes the output of the printer to match the output of a simulated printer For example: 'Simulated Océ... You can use the 'Support' - 'Input Profiles' tab to perform the following tasks. Check the current input profiles. Click the 'Install' button. Browse to the location of the new input profile. Select the input profile. Use the 'Test prints' 'Print a demo or test image' wizard on the printer user panel to trace output quality problems. Use the scroll wheel to select the 'Demo print'. Press the start button. Chapter 6 - Ensure the best output quality... The 'Quality check' print option is especially useful to check the quality of printed lines. Use the 'Test prints' 'Print a demo or test image' wizard on the printer user panel to trace output quality problems. Use the 'Scan to USB' option. Use the 'Test prints' 'Print a demo or test image' wizard on the printer user panel to print the 'Color Reference Chart'. From the'HOME' screen select the 'System' tab. Select the 'Setup' tab. Use the scroll wheel to go to the 'Test prints' 'Print a demo or test image' wizard. Open this section with the confirmation button. Make a quality check print Make a tone scale area print Make a demo print. This section describes the problems you can analyze by making one of these check prints. Note: This problem can occur in all print modes. In release mode the lines are smaller 3-6 mm and less visible. Perform an 'Optimize print quality' test. Note: After the 'Optimize print quality' test is completed, the printer may... Set the subset 'Rendering intent' to 'Per- ceptual photo '. Problem analysis and solutions Problem analysis and solutions Problem Method of analy-... When failing printheads cause this problem, use the 'Replace printhead' wizard to replace the failing print- heads. When the media type defined on the printer is not the same as the media available on the printer, use the 'Change media type'... Nozzle check: detect weak or failing nozzles. The Océ ColorWave 300 automatically compensates the detected nozzles in future prints to make sure that print quality is optimal. Align the printheads and optimize the paper transport. How to use the 'Print quality' wizard From the'HOME' screen select the 'System' tab. When calibration is possible with both rolls, continue with step 5. Use the scroll wheel to select the required roll and press the confirmation button to select a media roll for the calibration. Appendix A contains a list of the supported media types and media sizes. This section describes how to remove and load a roll of media. Lift the handles to release the roll holders. Press the handles down to fasten the roll holders. Chapter 7 - Maintain the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Make sure the medium makes contact with the paper guide. Chapter 7 - Maintain the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Follow the steps in the wizard to define the correct media type. The media size is detected automatically. Note: The printer automatically detects the width of the media. Chapter 7 - Maintain the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... One tank for the cyan ink. One tank for the magenta ink. One tank for the yellow ink. One tank for the black ink. How to place an ink tank Caution: Make sure that you only use Océ ColorWave 300 ink tanks. Using other ink tanks will damage your printer! Caution: Make sure that you replace an ink tank with a tank that contains ink of the same color. Note: The printer first refills the intermediate ink storage tank. Therefore the ink level indicator on the printer user panel can decrease to about 95%. Chapter 7 - Maintain the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Caution: Only replace printheads when they are defective. Changing printheads that are not defec- tive will shorten the printhead lifetime and cause problems with the ink system. Chapter 7 - Maintain the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Chapter 7 - Maintain the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Find the correct printhead number on the printhead carriage. Press the front of the printhead cover to unlock the cover. Chapter 7 - Maintain the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Pull out the printhead and remove it. How to place a printhead Remove the protective tape from the new printhead. Chapter 7 - Maintain the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Note: Do not touch the contact and nozzle areas of the printhead after you remove the protective tape. Chapter 7 - Maintain the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Excessive ink remains on the wipers can damage the printheads. Wipe the wiper blades with a moist cloth to increase the lifetime of the printheads. Chapter 7 - Maintain the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Open this section with the confirmation button. An introduction screen displays the message 'Use this wizard to replace the maintenance tray. Chapter 7 - Maintain the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Note: Always store the old maintenance cassette in a horizontal position to prevent the spilling of ink. Be careful with the ink on the maintenance cassette. Chapter 7 - Maintain the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... The end-of-life counter is reset to zero. The screen displays the message 'Carriage moving to home position... The maintenance cassette is replaced. Chapter 7 - Maintain the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Internet Explorer on your workstation. You will get an overview of the consumables information. Chapter 7 - Maintain the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Chapter 7 - Maintain the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... How to clean the scanner Use both hands to push up the left and right scanner open levers 4 to fully open the scanner top cover 3. Chapter 7 - Maintain the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Use a Masslin towel that has been moistened with water and firmly wrung out to clean the following parts of the scanner. Chapter 7 - Maintain the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Press the scanner top cover down gently with both hands to close it. Note: Check that the left and right scanner open levers are locked into position. Chapter 7 - Maintain the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Select the 'Setup' tab. Use the scroll wheel to go to the 'Scanner calibration' 'Calibrate the scanner' wizard. Open this section with the confirmation button. Chapter 7 - Maintain the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... Note: 'Calibrating the scanner takes between 5 to 10 minutes. Chapter 7 - Maintain the Océ ColorWave 300 multifunction printer... When you open a door or cover during printing, the printer stops. A message on the printer user panel tells you to close the cover. Then the whole print job is restarted. Chapter 8 - System messages and solutions... Job recovery The Océ ColorWave 300 is equipped with a job recovery function that safeguards users against data loss in case of a printer failure. After a restart, the data submitted to the printer before the crash will be automatically processed and printed. Remove the jammed media from the output side of the printer. Close the cover or door that the printer user panel indicates. Insert the roll of media in the printer. When this error persists, contact your local Océ service organization. Chapter 8 - System messages and solutions... When the printheads are dry, you must replace the printheads. Carriage away from home position too long Always replace the printheads or the maintenance cassette in one continuous action to prevent the drying of the printhead nozzles. You must remove the original from the scanner. If an original jam occurs often: Check if you use the correct type of original. Make the original smooth and feed the original. Chapter 8 - System messages and solutions... You need to activate the license to enable an application or option for use. The 'Support' - 'Licenses' tab in the printer enables you to manage the licenses very easily. This section describes the following. Possibilities View the current active licenses Get the host id of the Océ system Save the active licenses You can activate new licenses or saved licenses. The following workflow describes per step when to use which possibility. The workflow View the current active licenses. Overview Océ License Logic functionality Function Description View the current active licenses. You can make a list of new options you need and make a list of license numbers. You can view the current active licenses with Océ 'Support' - 'Licenses' tab in the Océ Express WebTools. You can preview the new active licenses during the license activation job. A license is needed to activate certain functions on your Océ ColorWave 300. You can use the 'Support' - 'Licenses' tab to perform the following tasks. For Océ ColorWave 300 the following licenses are available. Purpose Save the current active licenses for the following purposes. Collect and save all active licenses of different types into one single file Create a back-up file before you start a license activation job. Purpose Upload a new license file. Extend the existing license on your Océ ColorWave 300. Note: After the license is uploaded you must restart your system to activate the license file. Chapter 9 - License management... Chapter 9 - License management... Read this information carefully. Click 'Finish' to start the activation of the license file. Restart the system to activate the changes. If you have uploaded a new license, the license state in the overview is changed from 'Not authorized' to 'Authorized'. Chapter 9 - License management... Note: For this application a separate user manual is available. Note: For this application a separate user manual is available. Publish the account dialog to the Océ Express WebTools and the user panel. Caution: Detailed network knowledge is needed to change the network settings. How to check or adapt From the'HOME' screen select the 'System' tab. Press the 'Begin' key in case you want to adapt the network settings. Follow the wizard to fill in the network settings. Caution: Detailed network knowledge is needed to change the security settings. How to check or adapt From the'HOME' screen select the 'System' tab. Appendix A - Specifications of the Océ ColorWave 300... Appendix A - Specifications of the Océ ColorWave 300... Basic module Basic functions File spooling on the controller. Concurrent receiving, processing, copying or scanning and printing of digital jobs. Appendix A - Specifications of the Océ ColorWave 300... Note: Visit Océ on the Internet at www. Appendix A - Specifications of the Océ ColorWave 300... Optional application software Function Application software Job submission Océ Repro Desk Studio... The overview below shows the scale factor if you need to copy on media of different sizes. Caution: If you select the wrong scale factor you can lose information. O Yes O No Were you able to operate the product, after reading this manual? O Yes O No Does this manual provide sufficient background information? O Yes O No Is the format of this manual convenient in size, readability and arrangement page layout,... For the attention of ITC User Documentation. Box 101, 5900 MA Venlo The Netherlands Send your comments by E-mail to: itc-userdoc oce. Océ-Brasil Comércio e Indústria Ltda. H-1241 Budapest 3006 Lake Drive Pf. Appendix C - Addresses of local Océ organizations... Appendix C - Addresses of local Océ organizations...
  86. The basic scan job uses the settings of the first scan template. The exact position of the original is au- tomatically detected by the scanner. Chapter 8 - System messages and solutions. Definition A media profile is also called an Océ Medico Profile OMP file. The exact position of the original is au- tomatically detected by the scanner. Open the 'Copy' tab with the confirmation button above the scroll wheel. The job is copied into the Job Queue. I have read and understand the information above, and wish to piece the designated software. By default the system already has a number of media profiles available after installation, but due to changes in the production methods for media, the profiles can also change over time. Open the 'Copy' tab with the confirmation button above the scroll tout. This section describes how to remove and load a roll of media. Select the job and click 'Print'.
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