HP-GL


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HP-GL

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The unit boasts full HP-GL compatibility, a free-floating swivel blade, a cutting speed of seven inches per second, plus the ability to handle various materials and use a pen plotter.
The JetPro V100, which supports HP-GL, HP-GL/2, and DM/PL plotter languages, rasterizes drawings internally.
An Epson H180 with HP-GL ROM provides the diagrams.