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How to Use HIPAX DICOM Print Manager to Print DICOM Images on Paper

How to Use HIPAX DICOM Print Manager to Print DICOM Images on Paper

DICOM (Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine) is a standard for storing and transmitting medical images, such as X-rays, CT scans, MRI scans, etc. DICOM images can be viewed on specialized software or devices, but sometimes you may need to print them on paper for various purposes, such as documentation, education, or presentation.

However, printing DICOM images on paper can be challenging, as not all printers support the DICOM format, and the quality of the printed images may vary depending on the printer settings and capabilities. Moreover, printing DICOM images on paper can be costly, as you may need to use special paper or ink to ensure the accuracy and clarity of the images.

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That's where HIPAX DICOM Print Manager comes in handy. HIPAX DICOM Print Manager is a free software that allows you to process the same print job on different DICOM printers or Windows printers. It can receive DICOM print jobs from DICOM modalities or workstations, administer them, and emit them page by page according to the capability of the used printer. It can also buffer and redirect print jobs, so that you don't lose any print jobs due to a capacity overload of the printer.

In this article, we will show you how to use HIPAX DICOM Print Manager to print DICOM images on paper in a few simple steps.

Step 1: Download and Install HIPAX DICOM Print Manager

You can download HIPAX DICOM Print Manager from its official website[^1^] or from other trusted sources[^2^] [^3^] [^4^]. The software is compatible with Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10 and requires about 20 MB of disk space. The download file is a ZIP archive that contains an executable file (PrintManagerApp.exe) and a user manual (PrintManagerManual.pdf).

To install HIPAX DICOM Print Manager, simply extract the ZIP archive to a folder of your choice and run the executable file. You don't need to install any additional drivers or components. The software will automatically detect your available printers and configure them for printing DICOM images.

Step 2: Configure Your Printers

Before you start printing DICOM images, you need to configure your printers according to your preferences and needs. To do so, open HIPAX DICOM Print Manager and click on the "Settings" button at the top right corner of the main window. You will see a list of your printers on the left side of the settings window.

For each printer, you can adjust the following parameters:

  • Name: The name of the printer as it appears in HIPAX DICOM Print Manager.

  • Type: The type of the printer: either "DICOM" or "Windows". A DICOM printer is a printer that supports the DICOM format natively, while a Windows printer is a regular printer that can print any document format.

  • Enabled: Whether the printer is enabled or disabled for printing DICOM images.

  • Default: Whether the printer is set as the default printer for printing DICOM images.

  • Priority: The priority of the printer for printing DICOM images. A higher priority means that the printer will be used first when multiple printers are available.

  • Layout: The layout of the printed pages. You can choose from several predefined layouts or create your own custom layout.

  • Quality: The quality of the printed images. You can choose from low, medium, high, or best quality.

  • Paper Size: The size of the paper used for printing. You can choose from standard paper sizes or enter your own custom size.

  • Paper Orientation: The orientation of the paper used for printing. You can choose from portrait or landscape orientation.

  • Margins: The margins of the paper used for printing. You can enter your own values for top, bottom, left, and right margins.

After you have configured your printers, click on "OK" to save your settings and close the settings window. 29c81ba772


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