Tuesday, December 09, 2008

Canon iPF610 vs HP Designjet T610 Review (Print Speed Comparison)

CAD drawings are something that an engineering draftman got to deal with in daily basis. I still remember that while I was working with a Swedish based liquid food processing company 6 months ago, plant layout printings in CAD by large format printer is a very useful material for reference.
The plant drawings are very important for proposal submission, scheduled engineering discussion, troubleshooting, project meetings and so forth. And due to that most of the critical meetings are held due to breakdown or adhoc issues, a high speed CAD printer is really needed to meet the users expectations.
Printing speed is very important due to the frequent changes in customer requirements and tight schedule. To be efficient, we need to have a drawing in hand to address all the issues and see the entire picture/ scenario clearer.
Canon iPF610 and HP Designjet T610 are both A1 size printers. This apple to apple comparison will tells which model to go for if time is crucial for you.

Test Conditions:
PC Specifications: Intel Core 2 Duo 1.66GHz, 3GB RAM, Windows XP Pro SP2, USB 2.0
Application Software: Autodesk SWG True View 2008
Print Data: CAD image, A1 size
Remark: Canon and HP output CAD image print mode are regarded as equivalent in image quality. (Not default setting comparison).

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