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Disclosed is a method for selecting appropriate attributes relative to the paper loaded in the printer automatically based on the information recorded on the RFID attached on the box of the paper.
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Automatic Paper Attribute Selection Method for Printer
A printer operator who uses a continuous form printer has to input several form attributes from the
operator's panel on the printer when new form is loaded to the printer. The attributes include form
width, form length, print position, fuser temperature, and so on.
It is onerous task for the pritner operator to change these attributes everytime when the operator
loads the new forms, especially in the case that the operator has to change a lot of forms in a day.
To make this task simple, IBMR InfoprintR 4100 provides the method called 'SNAPSHOT'. The
operator can define many SNAPSHOT which are associated with the forms. The SNAPSHOT can
save the form attributes associated with the form, which have to be changed when the new form is
The SNAPSHOT is selected by the operator from the operator's panel manually when the new form is
This disclosure makes this task much simpler. The operator does not need to do anything except just
loading the new form to the printer, and the appropriate SNAPSHOT is selected automatically.
The followings show what are required to achieve this;
1. Each form has its own ID. 2. The ID is recorded on the RFID (Radio Frequency IDentification) tag. 3. The RFID tag is attached on the box of the form 4. The RFID reader is installed in the printer, and it is located close to the place where the box is set.
The ID for each form has to be associated with a SNAPSHOP in some manner....