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DesignJet Z6200

Hello-

Is there any way to stop waiting for the 50 second long ink drying part before the plotter cuts the paper? It takes more than 50 seconds actually.  I know it's just precaution but it's really taking way too long for it go through the process. Please let me know if there's a shortcut or get rid of ink drying process. We didn't have to wait for the ink to dry before the update.

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See if the link below helps. Also I think there is a setting for manual drying time somewhere in your menus.

 

https://www.manualslib.com/manual/359211/Hp-Designjet-Z6200.html?page=57

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See if the link below helps. Also I think there is a setting for manual drying time somewhere in your menus.

 

https://www.manualslib.com/manual/359211/Hp-Designjet-Z6200.html?page=57

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Thank you! Your information was helpful. I found the option to turn it off.

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