How to produce A0/A1 drawings in PIPENET
Due to the size of networks, PIPENET users often need to print the schematic on paper larger than A4. A0/A1 are quite common paper sizes used by engineers to print their drawings.
There are two ways you can produce A0/A1 drawings.
- Use a printer. This uses raster technology. The drawing is produced in the form of bits.
- Use a plotter. This uses vector technology. The drawing is produced by a pen.
Method 1: Using a printer.
You can print directly from PIPENET. Be sure to look at print preview and check the number of pages before you print. The steps are as shown below.
Method 2: Using a plotter
This method will produce a plotter file. You can use this file to generate the drawing from the plotter. The steps are as shown below.