Frequently we are facing problem of printing cut issue on A0,A1,A2 paper.
We have tried below steps but no result.
1.Print from different PC with autocrat Lt 2013 on same ver.
2.Reinstalled plotter driver
3.Tried different file as well as file size also
4.Removed AutoCAD LT sp1
5 Increased Virtual memory
We also notice that
A0,A1,A2 print preview is OK
A4 & A3 printing is OK.
From different PC with AutoCAD 2008 printing is ok on same plotter with same file.
Product -AutoCAD LT 2013 with SP1
PC Configuration-Intel Core2 duo 2 GB Ram Win XP pro with sp3
plotting to what?
using what driver?
Do you use PC3 files?
Nothing much has changed as far as plotting in 2013 compared to 2008: is the print area is getting cut short, it may be the "what to plot' selection or the actual choice of paper (extended vs standard) or a printer driver setting (some have an "inked area" option that needs to be turned on or off etc).
Plottng 2 MB DWG file to plotter HP Designjet T1120 33in HPGL2 using optimized driver by HP.
Some time printing is ok, but some time its cutting thats the main issue.
Even we have no issue to print from other application ie. DWG True viewer etc.
We are facing this issue only from AutoCad LT- 2013
while printing If we missed any specific setting then this problem should occurred for every printing include A4 size also, but this is happening only for A0,A1,A2 size printing.
As i mention earlier some time printing is ok, but some time its cutting with same file.
"...some time printing is ok, but some time its cutting with same file..."
Sadly, there is no universal fix for "some time": a problem needs to be always there and everyone can repeat it for it to be a software issue. "some time" usually means a missed setting somewhere. Without a flawed DWG or a repeatable incident we can all replicate, I'm afraid you'll have to wait for some educated guesses from fellow users here for things to try.
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