print mode

print mode

A print mode often refers to printer resolution (dpi) but may also mean color vs. monochrome, portrait vs. landscape or line print mode (plain text; no formatting). See printer friendly format.
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EFI color scientists developed special algorithms and custom screening for this Fiery system to deliver vivid print results, including high saturation without losing detail, and superior color even when using the fastest print mode.
Pozorski, J., Roland DGA Corporation, Color Calibrating a Print Mode: Instructions on How to Linearize Your Printer, Accessed on: 2017-08-24
Its extensive advanced features include the high-performance PrecisionCoreTM TFP printhead, a new Print Mode that improves image quality by reducing visible banding, and an auto media adjustment.
Additionally, both models feature a selection of commonly used print features including the cost savings Economy Print Mode and the ability to auto crop borders while also allowing users to control the number of copies and adjust brightness and exposure as desired.
I used to worry that clients might miss essential reference tools that remained in print mode as the world went digital.
*Adjustable print mode to set squeegee movement from front to back or back to front
They can print ceramics decals large enough to decorate full bleed 12 x 12 inch commercial tiles and can print continuous images up to 45 inches long in 'banner' print mode. A ceramics decoration can be printed with a mouse click--no print screens, no smelly solvents, no hazardous waste, no liquids and no brushes.
The newly introduced layout print mode also lets users select a small movie clip and use a comic-strip effect to print a storyboard, the statement said.
The demand for Tiger prints has increased significantly since the system was upgraded to the latest level of technology using full greyscale in every print mode.
"The Milano DXN1 is the first printer of its type on the market with this single-pass scanning print mode," said INX Digital's Paolo Capano.
Results in this study suggested that the internet mode of intervention delivery was as good as a print mode of delivery.
Participants made fewer dialing errors in the enlarged mode than in regular print mode, which the authors propose may lead to a practical, inexpensive means of access to cell phones by people with low vision.