Wayne Craig of Triple R Technologies provided this tip when working with Océ devices.
With its default settings, some Océ devices (e.g., TDS800, TDS600, or TDS400) cut off the leading or trailing edge of DWF plots. There is an option in the Océ Windows Raster Driver to override the "cutting method" on the Power Logic Controller. In the Printing Defaults dialog box, there is a "Delivery" tab. In the "Delivery" tab's "Cutting Method" section, there is a combo box that has 3 options:
- Synchro - Trims to fit the plot size.
- Standard - Trims to a standard paper size.
- Printer default - Uses whatever the default on the controller is set to.
When plotting DWF files, you could try using the "Standard" cutting method by changing the printer properties. Although can go beyond the paper, the importance of getting it to the paper is not to be overlooked. Thanks Wayne.