Product name: HP DesignJet 450c
Printer brand: HP
- HP Printing technology: inkjet
- Inkjet output type: roll sheet banner
- Color connectivity technology: parallel, serial printer
- Type: Large format printer
- Max B&W printing speed: 0.6 ppm
- Max color printing speed: 0.25 ppm
- Horizontal B&W printing resolution: 600 dpi
- Vertical B&W printing resolution: 600 dpi
- Horizontal color printing resolution: 300 dpi
- Vertical color printing resolution: 300 dpi
- Media capacity: one-page direct printing:
- Installed RAM: 4 MB; maximum supported RAM: 36 MB
- Installed firmware version: A.01.03
- Final firmware version: C4705-60155, CODE ROM SIMM A.01.06
- Width: 132 cm; Depth : 23 cm; Height: 33 cm
- Weight: 31 kg
uses inkjet cartridges
- 44 Cyan / magenta / Yellow (51644 C/M/Y), #40 Black (51640A)
the cutters must be aligned flat to flat against the circular wheels.
HP no longer supports this plotter.
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