Paper-related Settings - TC-20

Article ID: ART181223 | Date published: 01/17/2023 | Date last updated: 01/17/2023


This article provides information on paper-related settings on the imagePROGRAF TC-20.


This item is displayed when you select Printer settings from Setup icon (cog) (Setup) on the HOME screen.

  • Keep roll paper type

    Select Enable to continue using the same type of roll paper.

  • Manage remaining roll amount

    Selects the method to manage remaining roll amount and that to display warning when the roll is running short.

    • Auto estimate

      Estimates and manages the remaining amount of roll paper.

      To estimate the remaining roll amount, Paper thickness and Paper core outer diameter have to be set correctly.

      When using a paper that is not listed in the paper information list, set Thickness and Paper Tube Size in Advanced paper settings or in Media Configuration Tool.

      For paper thickness and paper tube outer diameter size, contact the paper manufacturer.

       If you do not select the media type correctly, the remaining roll amount may not be estimated correctly.

       There is an error in the estimated remaining roll amount, and paper may run out during printing.

    • Disable

      Select to disable managing remaining roll amount.

  • Roll amount warning settings

    Specifies when to warn the remaining roll paper amount.

     This setting is enabled when Auto estimate is selected for Manage remaining roll amount.

  • Detect top feed paper change

    Detects paper insertion into the top feed when Enable is selected. When the paper registration screen is displayed after replacing paper, register the paper size and the media type.

  • Advanced paper settings

    Performs advanced paper settings for each media types.

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