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Trying to select a specific paper bin in post script.

Trying to select a specific paper bin in post script.

Trying to select a specific paper bin in post script.

(OP)
Hello, I am designing a layout in HP extreme dialogue 6.1... it is generating a post script output file. I want to have this output file pull from 3 different paper bins when the job is executed on the printer which in this case is a IKON high volume cut sheet printer. What is the media type within postscript that determines which paper bin the job will pull from?

Thanks in advance.
Wyrm  

RE: Trying to select a specific paper bin in post script.

Hi  I have the same issue
Ive managed to work out the setpage device command for sub set stapling.

However I need to pull a pre-printed document from a non fuse tray
(interposer) essentially to act as a non fused insert.

This would be a stock pull where the tray is defined with a certain stock loaded.

The ps will need to pull the stock and therefore the tray.

kind regards

steve  Dirtyhobbit
 

RE: Trying to select a specific paper bin in post script.

(OP)
Cant you just assign a blank page to "print" so when it sees that page it pulls from the bin of preprinted stock?

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