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Generate a Corner Mark and Barcode With the Near-Line Finisher (Duplo DC-645, DSF-2000) on the CX Print Server

Article Id: x_dc700_en-O6871 | Published: 07/22/2015

Product support for
  • Xerox® 700i/700

Near-line Finisher Overview

The CX Print Server supports two near-line finishers, Duplo DC-645 and DSF-2000. Using the server, perform the following:

  • Generate and print barcodes and registration marks for the Duplo DC-645 finisher. The barcode and registration marks are generated according to the job details that were programmed on the finisher.
  • Generate and print barcodes and corner marks for the DSF-2000 finisher. The barcode and corner marks are printed on every page and are automatically created based on the following settings in your job:
    • Number of sets
    • Sheet ID
    • Number of sheets in one set

Generating a corner mark and barcode

Generate a barcode, registration mark, or corner mark, and print the finishing marks for a near-line finisher.

NOTE: Make sure that you program the job details on the near-line finisher that you are going to use.

  1. Open the Job Parameters window for the required job.
  2. Click on the [Finishing] tab, and then select [Near-line finisher].
  3. Select the finisher that you want to use from the In the Device list; for example, Duplo DSF-2000.

    NOTE: Depending on the finisher selected, some of the options may vary.

  4. To print a corner mark, click on the [Generate corner mark] check box.
  5. To print a barcode, click on the [Generate barcode] check box.
  6. In the Position list, select the area on the page on which to place the corner mark and barcode.
  7. In the Side list, select which side to place the corner mark and barcode.
  8. To adjust the offset of the corner mark, in the Corner mark offset fields, enter the horizontal distance and vertical distance.
  9. To adjust the offset of the barcode, in the Barcode offset fields, enter the horizontal distance and vertical distance.
  10. Click on [Save], and then submit the job for printing.
  11. After the job finishes printing, place the pages in the near-line finisher.

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