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Canon iPF825 Plotter

Brand
Location
Canon iPF825
Print & Media Hub (Room 127)

 

Canon iPF825 (Plotter 4) is a high quality inkjet printer. It has been replaced by the Colourwave 700 but is still in the posession of the Print & Media Hub. The printer has two types of paper available; 190GSM gloss paper or 170GSM matte.

Health and Safety

Plotter 4 may be operated by students but all maintenance and issues with the equipment including changing paper and/or toner must only be carried out by trained staff.

Operation Instructions

  • This printer is no longer available for student use.
  • If you wish to use this printer for a specifi purpose, contact the Print & Media Hub for further information

Workmanship Considerations

  • Printing can be very expensive so make sure to read the Print & Media Guidelines, check your file for any errors and confirm your print settings prior to sending off your file.
  • To minimise the risk of errors with the machines, send all files as PDF.
  • The printers work best with smaller files so it is best to minimise file size as much as possible prior to sending off your file. Files that are not flattened in PDF format and/or are larger than 150MB in size may take a long time to print or may not print at all. You can reduce the file resolution to 150 dpi should the file size be too large.
  • The equipment in the Print & Media Hub is heavily used throughout the semester, particularly around assignment deadlines. Therefore it is recommended to submit jobs well in advance of any deadlines.
  • During peak usage it is not uncommon for issues to arise with the printers. These may occur late at night or on the weekend when the printroom is unstaffed. The machines will be fixed during the next business day.
  • Please see the Fabrication Workshop staff if there are any issues with the equipment in the Print & Media Hub. Please do not attempt to make any adjustments including changing paper or toner without prior approval.
  • Students may apply for a refund if the printer has caused an error with their job. Details on the refund procedure are outlined in the Print & Media Guidelines.