16569 Advanced printing features

Binding location in 2-sided printing

You can find 2-sided printing from the first tab of the controller's user interface. From the 1-sided/2-sided/Booklet menu choose 2-sided printing (Kaksipuolinen tulostus).

From the Binding Location (Sidontakohta) menu you can choose how your print is read. Here Long Edge (Pitkä reuna) means that the 2-sided print is read like a book by turning the paper with the long edge first. Short Edge (Lyhyt reuna) means that it is read like a calendar by turning the paper with the short edge first.

The icon on the left shows how your document will be printed. If you don't need other finishing functions, accept your choices by clicking OK.

From the 1-sided/2-sided/Booklet Printing menu, choose 2-sided Printing.

Stapling

You can choose your print to be stapled. From the Staple/Collate/Group menu choose Staple + Collate (Nidonta & Lajittelu).

You can also choose the placement of the staple separately. As default it will be on the top left corner of your document. If you want to change the setting, choose Staple Position (Niitin paikka).

From the Staple/Collate/Group menu, choose Staple + Collate.

Booklet

You can also print your document as a booklet. Then the machine will place the pages side by side on an A4 or A3 paper, folds it, and staples the papers with two staples in the middle, if your printer's finisher supports this stapling option.

The document can have a maximum of 60 pages. If there are more pages, the finisher will not fold the papers or staple them in the middle, but it will place the pages in the correct order like a booklet.

From the 1-sided/2-sided/Booklet menu in the middle of the first tab of the controller, choose Booklet (Vihkotulostus). From the Saddle Stitch Settings (Satulanidonnan asetukset) menu, choose Fold+Saddle Stitch (Taitto+Satulanidonta). Without this option activated the document will be printed with a booklet layout but without middle stitching.

From the 1-sided/2-sided/Booklet Printing menu, choose Booklet Printing.

Printing on film or specialty paper

Put the material that is suitable for the printer to the bypass tray (small hatch at the right end of the machine). On the touch screen the machine asks for the paper size. Choose the right size, for example A4. Press Next. Tell the type of the material in the bypass tray and press OK. It is important to input the thickness of the material/paper correctly, otherwise it will get stuck inside the printer.

In your computer program, move to the printing menu and then to the printer properties. Choose to show the printer configuration on the left by clicking the small printer icon at the top of the page. Click the bypass on the graphic printer icon. Accept by clicking OK and begin printing.

Choose to show the printer configuration on the left by clicking the small printer icon at the top of the page. Click the bypass on the right side of the graphic printer icon.