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I just purchased HP Premium Poster Paper (N3T48A) for use with my Z5200 large-format printer. When I made a print, the ink did not penetrate the paper. Instead, it pooled and ran. I tried a couple of different pre-sets, but I don't want to waste a lot of ink trying to find the right settings.

 

Would someone please advise me which pre-set to use or what settings I should program.

 

I should mention that this printer is located in a school. I am the main user, but I am not an expert user. (I'm technically competent, but don't have deep experience.)

 

Thank you in advance for your help.

 

David Allan

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That paper is intended to be used in HP Latex printers, they use a different type of ink and the result when printing with HP Latex on that paper is amazing.

 

HP Designjet Z5200 ink can't stick and dry on media for Latex printers.

 

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Hi David,

HP Premium Poster Paper is designed to be used with HP Latex printers, not with HP Designjet printers, as clearly stated by its datasheet

https://hp.globalbmg.com/Attachment/DownloadFile?downloadId=897

 

You may find any compatible HP printing material in the Original HP large-format printing materials section within its datasheet:

http://www.hp.com/hpinfo/newsroom/press_kits/2010/graphexpo2010/HP_Designjet_Z5200_datasheet_US.pdf

 

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Shlomi

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