It is available in four versions, two different print sizes with and without the PostScript function. The HP Designjet T790 that have PostScript have an integrated 160 GB hard drive. This can be optionally retrofitted to the other models. All devices have a USB 2.0 and an Ethernet interface, which can be integrated into workgroups. It is operated via a touchscreen, and you can also print out directly without a PC using a USB flash drive. All models have a single sheet feeder, a roll feeder, and an automatic cutting device as standard. In addition to normal paper, bond paper, technical paper (eg transparent paper), foils, photo paper, etc. can also be processed. The HP DesignJet T790 can print the following formats without PostScript: DIN A4, DIN A3, DIN A2, and DIN A1, with a capacity of up to 72 pages per hour. The two 44-inch devices also have the DIN A0 format, and the printing speed is a lot higher here at 80 pages per hour. In addition to normal paper, the media used in these printers are technical paper, photo paper, foils, and backlit foils. These are processed via the single sheet feeder, two automatic roll feeders with automatic roll change, and an automatic cutting device. Of course, HP DesignJet T790 printers also have a USB 2.0 Hi-Speed and an Ethernet interface.
Download HP DesignJet T790 Manual for Windows and macOS
Before downloading the manual, refer to the following operating systems to make sure the HP Designjet T790 printer is compatible with your PC or Mac to avoid when installation, installing the driver or using the printer.
Download HP DesignJet T790 User Guide (How to use the printer)
The manual below includes all tutorials from beginning to advanced guide to using your printer.
HP DesignJet T790 Guide Using your Printer
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