Auto Image Adjustment is a function for making real-time adjustments while printing images if the image position or gradation becomes misaligned during printing. As the adjustments are made automatically, it helps improve image stability during printing.
The following is recommended
Does not depend on the file format.
Touch panel (machine store jobs)
AccurioPro Print Manager
Machine hot folder
AccurioPro Hot Folder
You can perform advanced settings of Auto Image Adjustment function using [IQ Function Set.] on the [MACHINE] screen, or using the system’s Utility/Counter - [Common Setting].
Setting items: [Select Chart Type (Auto Image Adj.)]/[Switch Patch Size of Auto Image Adj.]/[Auto Image Adjustment Deviation Check]/[Operation after Deviation/Out of Range was Detected]/[Partition Paper when Deviation/Out of Range was Detected]/[Automatic Reprint when Deviation/Out of Range was Detected]/[Output Tray for Out of Range]
Access AccurioPro Print Manager.
For details about how to access AccurioPro Print Manager, refer to AccurioPro Print Manager.
Select a job for which Auto Image Adjustment is performed from the job list.
Click [Job Settings...] under [Job Management].
To select [Job Settings...], right-click on the job and select it from the menu.
You can also do this by selecting a job, and then clicking "".
You can also do it by double-clicking the job.
Select the [Quality] tab, and set [Auto Image Adjustment] to [Position/Gradation].
Click [Print] to print the copies.
Check to see if the crop marks and gradation patches are correctly printed in the white section of the trim margin.
The position where the gradation patch is printed can be adjusted on the [Patch Adjustment] screen in Step 5. You can adjust the position of the patches by moving them toward the edge of the paper using a positive setting, and toward the center of the paper using a negative setting (the patch position moves in the crosswise direction to the paper feed).
If there are no issues, click [Print].
The image quality is adjusted automatically during printing.