What is the difference between number of copies and number of jobs, when using a roll

Modified on Mon, 15 Apr 2019 at 11:29 AM

Solution:

A job is a large collection of copies. Within one job you can have multiple copies in x and y of your document. 

However when using multiple jobs, each job is positioned one behind another along the length of the roll, advancing the roll each time you end a job thus creating a new starting point.

This is most important for the options “on end of job”, do we need to feed or pause.


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