As AEC workflow becomes more and more digitized, more demand is created for end-users to print their own bid sets. Most sub-contractor situations do not call for continuous, non-stop printing, they do need a way to quickly have access to their drawings.
Wide-Format Plotter, 3D Printer, and Scanner Blog
See thew CAD plotter comparison of these two units. We've broken the details down for you.
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On the surface, the HP T2300 eMFP seems like a slam dunk when considering a new printer, plotter, and scanner. But, wait! Look past the initial impression and you’ll discover that the T2300 has some significant flaws—ones that could be detrimental to the operation of your business.
The HP T2300 eMultifunction Printer was released in September 2010 as a compact, large format, printing and scanning solution. Essentially, it is a HP T1120 plotter with an internal scanner. Besides the ability to print, copy, and scan, one of HP’s biggest selling points of this system is its ability to work in the “cloud” with HP ePrint and Share. In other words, you can print and scan files using HP’s web based submission application.
When it comes to researching technology, in Google We Trust! So, in an effort to save you a chunk of time, we are providing comparison chart that shows how Canon and HP plotters stack up against one another. This will give you an easy way to compare wide format printers. You’ll see that this chart focuses on the Canon iPF750 and iPF755 and the comparable HP plotters. We cover some highlights at the end.