The F6774D was Fujitsu’s cut-sheet page printer that could print fast, high quality host forms and print personal computer / workstation documents via a host. Fujitsu announced the printer in May 1991. The printer supported Fujitsu’s new JEF*/AP (advanced printing) print system that enabled outline fonts and per-page control of print parameters.
- Features of the F6774D:
- （1）Higher resolution for faster, higher quality printing
- The F6774D delivered high print quality and the first 400 dpi resolution in the host-computer print market. It also used new technologies that enabled high-speed printing of outline fonts, graphics, and image data.
- （2）Innovative technologies powered by JEF/AP
- The F6774D was furnished with a very-high-speed RISC processor to process coordinate transformations and high-speed iterative operations. Fujitsu also developed special LSIs that made it possible to scale characters and add embellishments by modifying and transforming outline fonts. As a result, the F6774D could quickly render characters, graphics, and image data.
*JEF: Japanese processing Extended Feature, a Japanese-language information system developed by Fujitsu.
|Print process||Laser xerographic process|
|Print speeds||50 ppm max. (A4 single sided)
40 ppm max. (A4 double sided)
|Paper weights||64−139g/m2（ream weight: 55−120kg）|
|Resolution||240×240 dpi (line printer mode)
400×400 dpi (page printer mode)
|Primary host models||FUJITSU M series|
|Character types||Alphanumeric, kana, kanji (using outline fonts)|
|Character spacing||User definable|
|Line spacing||User definable|
|Alignment||Able to align any media (text, graphics, images) at any position|
|Character sizes||3− 300 points|
|Character rotation||User definable|
|Text orientation||Able to specify up, down, left, or right|
|Format printing||Format overlay (vector overlay method)|
|Graphics printing||Line segments, circles, arcs, area fill, etc. (ISO / CGM compliant)|
|Image printing (optional)||
|Barcode printing||Supported NW7, JAN, Code 3 of 9, 2 of 5, courier formats, and UPC barcodes (able to print either vertically or horizontally)|