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Form Specifications

Table 2. Infoprint 3000 Form Specification Summary
Model Mode Basis Paper Weights Forms Width Forms Length
g/m2 lbs Min. mm (in.) Max. mm (in.) Min. mm (in.) Max. mm (in.)
ES1 Simplex 60-160 16-42 204 (8) 457 (18) 2 76.2 ± 0.3 (3.0 ± 0.013) 3 356 ± 0.3 (14.0 ± 0.013) 4, 5
ED1/ED2
Duplex

Dual Simplex
60-105

60-160
16-28
  
16-42 1
229 (9)
  
204 (8)
457 (18) 2
  
457 (18) 2
76.2 ± 0.3 (3.0 ± 0.013) 3 356 ± 0.3 (14.0 ± 0.013) 4, 5
Notes:
  1. The maximum paper weight for duplex printers running in simplex mode should be 160 g/m2 (42 lb).
  2. The maximum print width is 432 mm (17 in.).
  3. Forms that are less than 178 mm (7 in.) in length are folded in multiples of 7 in. or greater (that is, forms that are 3.5 in. are folded every 7 in.; forms that are 3 in. are folded every 9 in.). For more information about forms lengths, see "Forms Length and Width Controls" in Chapter 3 and Appendix A "Valid Form Length in Inches" in the Infoprint 3000 Operator's Guide.
  4. Maximum form length is 356 ±0.3 mm (14 ±0.013 in.) when used with the on-board stacker.
  5. Maximum form length is 711 ±0.3 mm (28 ±0.013 in.) when used with preprocessing and postprocessing devices.

    To use forms longer than 711 mm (17 in.), the forms length must be enabled under the Special Features option of the Options pull-down menu. Be aware that when longer forms are in use, there can be an impact on performance, especially on more complex printing jobs that can result in printer back-hitching. Additional memory can help minimize this impact. When longer forms are no longer in use, the feature should be disabled for more efficient printer operation. For more information, see Appendix C "Special Features" in the Infoprint 3000 Operator's Guide.