Built-in fonts are an important indicator of the printer's performance. Adding built-in fonts to the printer will reduce the amount of data transferred from the computer to the printer and improve printing efficiency. Without using the printer's built-in fonts, the printer uses the "matrix method" or "curve method" to describe characters, which requires the computer to transmit tens or hundreds of bytes of data. If you use the printer's built-in fonts to process characters, the computer simply transmits the character's national standard code to the printer. The data transmission volume is only a few bytes. There are many advantages to using the printer's built-in fonts, but the only problem is that the price font is expensive, so most printers use built-in fonts as an optional configuration.
Editor’s Note: This post was Published by Proffisy on 29 Mar,2018.