There are two ways to calculate the print speed. One is calculated from the time taken to complete printing from the beginning of printing to the last; the other is the time required from the time the print command is issued to the time the computer acquires the right to control (can perform other operations) in a multitasking environment. Calculations. The latter can use upgraded computer grades, supplemented by high-version application software, to shorten data transfer time and increase output speed.
At present, in the laser printer market, the printing speed of ordinary products can reach 35ppm, and those high-price, good-brand laser printers can print faster. For black-and-white laser printers, the print speed has nothing to do with the coverage of the print content, and the nominal print speed is based on its standard quality mode. The print quality at the nominal speed can fully meet the user's needs. For a color laser printer, the printer's print speed is very different when printing images and texts. Therefore, when the manufacturer labels the product's technical specifications, it will be marked with black and white and color. In addition to the above factors, the final printing speed of the laser printer may also be affected by other factors, such as the laser printer warm-up time, interface transmission speed, laser printer memory size, control language, laser printer driver, and computer CPU performance. Etc., can affect the laser printer's print speed.
Editor’s Note: This post was Published by Proffisy on 22 Mar,2018.