JP5305073B2 - Printing system, image forming apparatus, post-processing apparatus, image forming program, and post-processing program - Google Patents

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JP5305073B2
JP5305073B2 JP2008184625A JP2008184625A JP5305073B2 JP 5305073 B2 JP5305073 B2 JP 5305073B2 JP 2008184625 A JP2008184625 A JP 2008184625A JP 2008184625 A JP2008184625 A JP 2008184625A JP 5305073 B2 JP5305073 B2 JP 5305073B2
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  The present invention relates to a printing system, an image forming apparatus, a post-processing apparatus, an image forming program, and a post-processing program.

  Patent Document 1 discloses a printing system that prints a mark that displays the presence or absence of print data on continuous printing paper, detects the mark, and cuts or folds the print result.

JP 2004-53857 A

  The present invention relates to a printing system, an image forming apparatus, a post-processing apparatus, an image forming program, and a printing system capable of performing predetermined post-processing based on history information relating to a history of forming images of a plurality of pages on continuous paper. An object is to provide a post-processing program.

To achieve the above object, the present invention according to claim 1, thereby forming an image of a plurality of pages on the roll paper, after it has finished forming an image of said plurality of pages, the identification image for identifying the roll sheet image forming means for forming the rolled paper, identification information and for identifying the roll sheet, storage means for said image forming means is stored in association with history information on the history of forming images of a plurality of pages on the roll paper, before Symbol Post-processing means for performing predetermined post-processing on roll paper on which images of a plurality of pages are formed, and the post-processing means reads an identification image formed on the roll paper Having a reading unit, receiving the identification information and the history information stored in the storage unit, and corresponding to the history information corresponding to the identification information of the roll paper identified by the identification image read by the reading unit. Zui and, with respect to the image forming means roll paper having an image formed of a plurality of pages, a printing system that performs post-processing determined in advance.

The present invention according to claim 2, a storage means for pre-Symbol image forming means for accommodating the roll paper having an image formed on the image forming order, the roll paper which the housing means is housed in the reverse order of the image forming order 2. A paper feeding unit for feeding paper to the post-processing unit, wherein the post-processing unit performs predetermined post-processing based on the identification image, the identification information, and the history information. Printing system.

  The present invention according to claim 3 further includes conversion means for converting the arrangement order of the history information stored in the storage means so as to match the order in which the post-processing means performs post-processing. It is a printing system.

According to a fourth aspect of the present invention, the post-processing unit acquires the identification information stored in the storage unit when the identification image is read by the reading unit, and the identification image, the identification information, 4. The printing system according to claim 1, further comprising: a determination unit that determines whether or not each corresponds to; and a determination result output unit that outputs a determination result of the determination unit.

The printing system according to any one of claims 1 to 4, wherein the image forming unit further includes an information output unit that outputs information based on the history information to the roll paper .

The present invention according to claim 6, thereby forming an image of a plurality of pages on the roll paper, after it has finished forming an image of said plurality of pages, image formation to be formed on the roll paper identification image for identifying the roll sheet means, together with the history information on history of said image forming means to form an image of a plurality of pages on the roll paper, outputs identification information for identifying the roll paper, the storage means for storing in association with the history information and the identification information The image forming apparatus includes an output unit configured to store the roll paper on which the image forming unit has formed an image in the order of image formation.

The present invention is a roll paper identification image for identifying accommodated is formed in the image forming order in order to image and the roll paper of a plurality of pages, paper feeding means for feeding paper in the reverse order to the order of image formation according to claim 7 When a reading means for the sheet feeding means reads the identified image from the paper roll to feed the paper, along with history information on the history of the image is formed of a plurality of pages on the roll paper, the identification information for identifying the roll paper, the history An information acquisition unit that acquires information and a storage unit that stores the identification information in association with each other, and roll paper on which a plurality of pages of images are formed in advance based on the identification image, the identification information, and the history information . A post-processing device having post-processing means for performing predetermined post-processing.

The present invention according to claim 8, comprising the steps of forming and storing history information on history of an image of a plurality of pages on the roll paper, an identification image for identifying the roll paper to the person the roll paper, the history An image forming program for causing a computer to execute identification information for identifying the roll paper together with information to a storage unit that stores the history information and the identification information in association with each other .

The present invention according to claim 9 includes the steps of reading an identification image for identifying the person the roll paper formed on the roll paper, along with history information on the history of forming images of a plurality of pages on the roll paper, the roll paper A step of obtaining identification information to be identified from a storage unit that stores the history information and the identification information in association with each other, and an image of a plurality of pages is formed based on the identification image, the identification information, and the history information . This is a post-processing program that causes a computer to execute a predetermined post-processing step on the rolled paper .

  According to the first aspect of the present invention, it is possible to perform predetermined post-processing based on history information relating to a history of forming images of a plurality of pages on continuous paper.

  According to the second aspect of the present invention, in addition to the effect of the first aspect of the present invention, even if the continuous paper on which an image is formed is stored in the storage unit and then is fed by the paper supply unit, It is possible to perform predetermined post-processing based on history information regarding the history of forming images of a plurality of pages on paper.

  According to the third aspect of the present invention, in addition to the effect of the present invention according to the first or second aspect, post-processing can be performed more efficiently than when the present configuration is not provided.

  According to the fourth aspect of the present invention, in addition to the effect of the present invention according to any one of the first to third aspects, the correspondence between the continuous paper on which the image is formed and the history information can be ensured.

  According to the present invention of claim 5, in addition to the effects of the present invention of any one of claims 1 to 4, the operator can easily grasp the history information.

  According to the sixth aspect of the present invention, it is possible to perform predetermined post-processing based on history information relating to a history of forming images of a plurality of pages on continuous paper.

  According to the seventh aspect of the present invention, it is possible to perform predetermined post-processing based on history information relating to a history of forming images of a plurality of pages on continuous paper.

  According to the eighth aspect of the present invention, it is possible to perform predetermined post-processing based on history information relating to a history of forming images of a plurality of pages on continuous paper.

  According to the ninth aspect of the present invention, it is possible to perform predetermined post-processing based on history information relating to a history of forming images of a plurality of pages on continuous paper.

Next, embodiments of the present invention will be described with reference to the drawings.
FIG. 1 illustrates a printing system 10 according to an embodiment of the present invention. The printing system 10 is configured, for example, by connecting a first image forming apparatus 12, a second image forming apparatus 14, a post-processing apparatus 16, and a management apparatus 18 to each other via a network 20.

  FIG. 2 is a configuration diagram showing the configuration of the first image forming apparatus 12. As shown in FIG. 2, the first image forming apparatus 12 includes a paper feeding device 22, an image forming unit 24, a stack (storage) device 26, a UI (user interface) device 28, and a control unit 30.

  The paper feeder 22 supplies unprinted roll paper (continuous paper) 32 to the image forming unit 24. The stack device 26 stores the roll paper 32 that has been printed by the image forming unit 24 by winding it. That is, the stack device 26 is configured to store the roll paper 32 from the leading end side of the roll paper 32, in other words, from the front side in the transport direction.

  The image forming unit 24 is a printing press that performs printing using a pre-prepared printing plate, and forms (prints) an image on the roll paper 32 supplied from the paper feeding device 22 under the control of the control unit 30. I do. The image forming unit 24 includes a driving roller 34 and an identification image printing unit 36. The drive roller 34 conveys the roll paper 32 at a conveyance speed designated by the control unit 30.

  The identification image printing unit 36 prints an identification image for individually identifying the continuous paper on the roll paper 32. The identification image will be described later with reference to FIG.

  The UI device 28 is an input / output device such as a touch panel, for example. The UI device 28 accepts an input to the first image forming apparatus 12 and displays information related to the first image forming apparatus 12.

  For example, as shown in FIG. 3, the control unit 30 includes a CPU 40, a memory 42, a storage device 44 such as a hard disk drive (HDD), and a communication interface (IF) 46 for transmitting and receiving data, which are connected to each other via a control bus 48. In this way, each part of the first image forming apparatus 12 is controlled. For example, the above-described UI device 28 is also connected to the control bus 48.

  The CPU 40 executes a predetermined process based on a program stored in the memory 42 or the storage device 44 and controls the operation of the control unit 30. Further, instead of providing the program from the memory 42 or the storage device 44, the program can be provided by being stored in a recording medium such as a CD-ROM. This recording medium may be a magnetic disk, a semiconductor memory, or another recording medium.

Next, the operation of the first image forming apparatus 12 will be described.
FIG. 4 is a schematic diagram illustrating an example of a printing result in which the first image forming apparatus 12 forms an image of a plurality of pages on the roll paper 32. FIG. 4A is a schematic diagram illustrating an example of a printing result by two print jobs. FIG. 8B is a schematic diagram illustrating an example of a printing result (the state of the roll paper 32) when the job is canceled.
FIG. 5 is a schematic diagram illustrating an identification image formed on the rear end side of the roll paper 32 by the identification image printing unit 36 after an image of a plurality of pages is formed on the roll paper 32.
As described above, the first image forming apparatus 12 forms an image on a plurality of pages on the roll paper 32 supplied by the paper supply device 22, and the stack apparatus 26 stores the roll paper 32 on which the image is formed. .

  As shown in FIG. 4A, each roll paper 32 supplied by the paper feeding device 22 is individually assigned a medium identification ID for identifying the roll paper 32. For example, the roll paper 32 includes a plurality of print jobs 1 having a total page number of 2000 pages having a page size of 12 inches and a print job 2 having a total page number of 3000 pages having a page size of 18 inches. An image of the page is formed.

  Print job 1 includes broken paper at the start of printing (for 30 pages), normal printed pages (for 1560 pages), broken paper in jobs (for 7 pages), normal printed pages (for 440 pages), and when printing is stopped Waste paper (for 20 pages) is included. That is, the print job 1 causes 57 pages of damaged paper as well as 2000 pages of normal printing. The print job 2 includes broken paper at the start of printing (for 30 pages), normal printed pages (for 3000 pages), and broken paper at the time of printing stop (for 20 pages). That is, the print job 2 causes 50 pages of damaged paper along with normal printing of 3000 pages.

  Also, as shown in FIG. 4B, when the job is canceled, the roll paper 32 includes, for example, a loss paper at the start of printing (for 40 pages), a cancel page that becomes a loss paper (for 50 pages). Also, in-job damaged paper (for 20 pages) is generated.

  As shown in FIG. 5, at the rear end side of the roll paper 32 (the rear end side in the transport direction by the first image forming apparatus 12), for example, the identification image printing unit 36 displays the identification image 50 as an image of the last page. To print. The identification image 50 is an image such as a barcode for individually identifying each roll paper 32. Note that the direction in which the sheet feeding device 80 (described later) of the post-processing device 16 transports the roll paper 32 is opposite to the direction in which the paper feeding device 22 of the first image forming apparatus 12 transports the roll paper 32.

The identification image printing unit 36 may form the medium information 52 with readable characters together with the identification image 50 so that the operator can recognize information about the roll paper 32. The medium information 52 is, for example, an individual medium identification ID corresponding to the identification image 50 that individually identifies the roll paper 32 and information (printing result information) of image formation history that the operator needs to check.
The image forming unit 24 prints a page mark 54 on each page in order to indicate the separation position of each page on the roll paper 32.

  In addition, the first image forming apparatus 12 uses the image forming unit 24 to form a plurality of pages of images on the roll paper 32, and print result information regarding the result of forming the plurality of pages of images on the roll paper 32 using the control unit 30. It is generated and output to the management device 18.

FIG. 6 is an example of print result information output from the first image forming apparatus 12 to the management apparatus 18.
As illustrated in FIG. 6, the print result information 60 includes one medium identification ID 100 unique to the roll paper 32, one or more job-dependent information 110, and event information 120 during printing. The medium identification ID 100 is an identification number that has a one-to-one correspondence with the identification image 50 described above. The job dependency information 110 includes a job identification number, the total number of pages of the job, the page size of the job, and the number of divisions within the job. The event information 120 during printing includes the number of lost paper at the start of printing, the number of normally printed pages (number of continuous pages), the number of paper lost in a job, the number of damaged paper when printing is stopped, and errors during printing (cancellation, out of paper, etc.) Information).
Note that the one or more job-dependent information 110 and the event information 120 during printing constitute history information 130 relating to a history of forming images of a plurality of pages on the roll paper 32.

FIG. 7 is a flowchart showing an outline (S10) of the operation of the first image forming apparatus 12.
As shown in FIG. 7, in step 100 (S100), the first image forming apparatus 12 sets a medium identification ID 100 (identification information) for the roll paper 32. The medium identification ID may be set, for example, by an operator inputting via the UI device 28, or the CPU 40 may set serial numbers sequentially.

  In step 102 (S102), the first image forming apparatus 12 generates history information related to the history of image formation during image formation (printing), and stores the history information in the storage device 44, for example.

In step 104 (S104), when the first image forming apparatus 12 finishes forming a plurality of predetermined images, the identification image 50 for identifying the roll paper 32 is identified on the last page of the roll paper 32, for example. The printing unit 36 is formed.
Note that the roll paper 32 on which a plurality of pages of images and the identification image 50 are formed is stored in the stack device 26.

  In step 106 (S106), the first image forming apparatus 12 outputs the medium identification ID 100 and the history information 130 to the management apparatus 18.

  As described above, the first image forming apparatus 12 separates the roll paper 32 on which the image of the plurality of pages and the identification image 50 are formed from the medium identification ID 100 and the history information 130.

Next, the second image forming apparatus 14 (FIG. 1) will be described.
FIG. 8 is a configuration diagram showing the configuration of the second image forming apparatus 14. As shown in FIG. 8, the second image forming apparatus 14 includes a paper feeding device 22, an electrophotographic image forming unit 70, a stack device 26, a UI (user interface) device 28, and a control unit 30.
Note that, in the second image forming apparatus 14, components that are substantially the same as the parts constituting the first image forming apparatus 12 shown in FIG.

  The image forming unit 70 includes photosensitive drums 72a to 72d configured independently for each color of Y (yellow), M (magenta), C (cyan), and K (black), and a fixing device 74. It has been. The image forming unit 70 irradiates each of the photosensitive drums 72a to 72d with a laser beam in accordance with an image forming signal from a host device (not shown), thereby forming an electrostatic latent image on the photosensitive drums 72a to 72d. Form each one. The electrostatic latent images formed on the photosensitive drums 72 a to 72 d are developed with toner of each color by a developing device (not shown) and transferred to the roll paper 32. Further, when the image forming unit 70 has finished forming a plurality of predetermined images, the image forming unit 70 forms an identification image 50 for identifying the roll paper 32 on the last page of the roll paper 32, for example. The toner image transferred to the roll paper 32 is fixed on the roll paper 32 by the fixing device 74.

  Similar to the first image forming apparatus 12, the second image forming apparatus 14 stores the roll paper 32 on which a plurality of pages of images and the identification image 50 are formed in the stack apparatus 26, and includes the medium identification ID 100 and the history information 130. Is output to the management device 18.

Next, the management device 18 (FIG. 1) will be described.
The management device 18 includes substantially the same components as the components illustrated in FIG. 3, has a computer function, and manages the components constituting the printing system 10. For example, the medium identification ID 100 and the history information 130 output from the first image forming apparatus 12 and the second image forming apparatus 14 are stored for each medium identification ID 100, and the medium identification ID 100 is set according to access by the post-processing device 16. The history information 130 is output to the post-processing device 16.

Next, the post-processing device 16 will be described.
FIG. 9 is a configuration diagram showing the configuration of the post-processing device 16. As illustrated in FIG. 9, the post-processing device 16 includes a paper feeding device 80, a reading device 82, a processing unit 84, and a control unit 86. Further, the processing unit 84 includes a UI device 88, a cutting unit 90, a sorting unit 92, a waste paper discharge unit 94, and a normal print discharge unit 96.

The paper feeding device 80 conveys the roll paper 32 on which an image is formed by the first image forming device 12 or the second image forming device 14 and feeds the paper toward the processing unit 84. The paper feeding device 80 is configured to feed the roll paper 32 at a speed higher than the speed at which the first image forming device 12 or the second image forming device 14 forms an image. In other words, the paper feeding device 80 enables the post-processing device 16 to efficiently perform post-processing of the plurality of roll papers 32 stored in the stack device 26 at a speed higher than the image forming speed.
The reading device 82 is provided between the paper feeding device 80 and the processing unit 84, and reads the identification image 50 (FIG. 5) printed on the roll paper 32 fed by the paper feeding device 80.

  The control unit 86 includes substantially the same components as the components illustrated in FIG. 3 and functions as a computer, and controls each component of the post-processing device 16 by executing a predetermined program. For example, the control unit 86 controls each unit constituting the post-processing device 16 by executing a post-processing program 200 described later using the identification image 50 read by the reading device 82.

The UI device 88 is an input / output device such as a touch panel, for example, and accepts input to the post-processing device 16 and displays information about the post-processing device 16. The cutting unit 90 cuts the roll paper 32 for each page under the control of the control unit 86. The sorting unit 92 sorts the roll paper cut by the cutting unit 90 into normal printed matter and damaged paper under the control of the control unit 86.
Then, the control unit 86 controls the processing unit 84 so that the normal printed matter is discharged to the normal print discharge unit 96 and the waste paper is discharged to the waste paper discharge unit 94.

FIG. 10 is a program configuration diagram showing the configuration of the post-processing program 200 executed by the control unit 86.
As illustrated in FIG. 10, the post-processing program 200 includes a determination unit 202, a conversion unit 204, and an information extraction unit 206. The determination unit 202 receives the identification image 50 read by the reading device 82, receives the medium identification ID 100 from the management device 18, determines whether the identification image 50 and the medium identification ID 100 correspond, and displays the determination result as a UI. Output to the device 28. Therefore, for example, when the identification image 50 and the medium identification ID 100 do not correspond to each other, the UI device 28 displays that the roll paper 32 on which the image is formed does not match the history information 130 according to the determination result of the determination unit 202. To do.

  The conversion unit 204 receives the print result information 60 (the medium identification ID 100 and the history information 130) from the management device 18, converts the arrangement order of the history information 130 so as to match the order in which the post-processing device 16 performs the post-processing, It outputs to each part which comprises the post-processing apparatus 16 as process information.

FIG. 11 is an example of print result information (the converted print result information 62) obtained by the conversion unit 204 converting the arrangement order of the history information 130.
As illustrated in FIG. 11, the print result information 62 includes one medium identification ID 100, one or more job-dependent information 110, and event information 120 during printing, and the job-dependent information 110 and event information during printing. 120 is converted into an order reverse to the image forming order for each job.
In the print result information 62, substantially the same parts as those constituting the print result information 60 shown in FIG. Also, the one or more job-dependent information 110 and the event information 120 during printing constitute history information 140 relating to a history of forming images of a plurality of pages on the roll paper 32.

  Then, according to the post-processing information output by the conversion unit 204, for example, the control unit 30 performs a speed at which the image forming unit 70 transports the roll paper 32, an operation in which the cutting unit 90 cuts the roll paper 32, and a cut roll The sorting unit 92 controls the operation of sorting the paper 32 into normal printed matter and waste paper.

  The information extraction unit 206 (FIG. 10) receives the medium identification ID 100 and the history information 130 from the management device 18, extracts information to be notified to the worker, and outputs it to the UI device 28. For example, when an error page (exception processing page) is included in the roll paper 32, the information extraction unit 206 extracts information indicating that the error page is included in the roll paper 32 and sends it to the UI device 28. The UI device 28 displays that the roll paper 32 contains an error page. Further, in the roll paper 32 fed by the paper feeding device 80, the control unit 30 predicts the timing at which the error page is fed to the image forming unit 70 according to the conveyance speed of the roll paper 32, and the error page forms the image. The information extraction unit 206 may extract information indicating the position of the error page in the roll paper 32 from the history information 130 so that the UI device 28 can display the timing when the paper is fed to the unit 70.

Next, the operation of the post-processing device 16 will be described.
12 shows a state in which the roll paper 32 stored in the stack device 26 of the first image forming apparatus 12 is fed by the paper feed device 80 of the post-processing device 16, and the roll paper shown in FIG. 32 is a schematic diagram corresponding to FIG.
As shown in FIG. 12, the paper feeding device 80 feeds the roll paper 32 in the reverse order to the order in which the stack device 26 stores the roll paper 32. That is, the printing result by the printing job 2 shown in FIG. 4A is fed before the printing result by the printing job 1, and the waste paper (for 20 pages) when the printing job 2 stops printing, the normal printing page. (3000 pages) and the waste paper at the start of printing (30 pages) are fed in the order reverse to the image formation order for each page, and then the waste paper at the time of printing stop of print job 1 (20 pages) ), Normal printing pages (440 pages), in-job damaged paper (7 pages), normal printing pages (1560 pages) and printing start paper (30 pages) Paper is fed in the reverse order.
Note that the identification image 50 (not shown) of the roll paper 32 is conveyed before the printing result of the second print job.

FIG. 13 is a flowchart showing an outline (S20) of the operation of the post-processing device 16.
As shown in FIG. 13, in step 200 (S200), in the post-processing device 16, the reading device 82 reads the identification image 50 on the roll paper 32 fed by the paper feeding device 80.

  In step 202 (S202), in the post-processing device 16, the CPU 40 acquires the history information 130 together with the medium identification ID 100 from the management device 18 via the communication IF 46.

  In step 204 (S204), the post-processing device 16 executes the post-processing program 200, generates the converted print result information 62 according to the identification image 50, the medium identification ID 100, and the history information 130, and performs post-processing. . For example, when the identification image 50 and the medium identification ID 100 correspond to each other, the control unit 86 controls each unit constituting the post-processing device 16 according to the conversion result of the conversion unit 204 and the speed at which the roll paper 32 is conveyed. The cutting unit 90 controls the operation of cutting the roll paper 32 and the operation of the sorting unit 92 sorting the cut roll paper 32 into normal printed matter and damaged paper.

Next, a modified example of the printing system 10 according to the embodiment of the present invention will be described.
FIG. 14 shows a modification of the printing system 10 according to the embodiment of the present invention. Note that, in the modification of the printing system 10, the same reference numerals are given to substantially the same parts as those constituting the printing system 10 shown in FIG.

  In a modification of the printing system 10, the first image forming device 12 and the second image forming device 14 each have a recording medium writing device 66, and the post-processing device 16 has a recording medium reading device 68. The recording medium writing device 66 writes the print result information 60 output by the control unit 30 to a recording medium 98 such as a magnetic disk, a CD-ROM, or a semiconductor memory. The recording medium reading device 68 reads the print result information 60 written on the recording medium 98 and outputs it to the control unit 86.

  In a modification of the printing system 10, the roll paper 32 stored in the stack device 26 of the first image forming apparatus 12 or the second image forming apparatus 14 is conveyed to the paper feeding device 80 of the post-processing device 16 and fed. The processing unit 84 performs post-processing on the roll paper 32 fed from the apparatus 80. Here, the control unit 86 generates the converted printing result information 62 according to the printing result information 60 read by the recording medium reading device 68 and the identification image 50 read by the reading device 82, and roll paper 32. , The operation of the cutting unit 90 cutting the roll paper 32, the operation of the sorting unit 92 sorting the cut roll paper 32 into normal printed matter and damaged paper, and the like.

  The roll paper 32 may be fed by the paper feeding device 80 after being stored by the stack device 26, or after the image is formed by the image forming unit 24 or the image forming unit 70, the processing unit. 84 may be transported directly.

  In the above embodiment, the case where the post-processing device 16 converts the arrangement order of the history information 130 included in the print result information 60 has been described as an example. However, the present invention is not limited to this. For example, the first image The forming apparatus 12 or the second image forming apparatus 14 may perform conversion, or the management apparatus 18 may perform conversion.

1 is a configuration diagram illustrating a configuration of a printing system according to an embodiment of the present invention. 1 is a configuration diagram illustrating a configuration of a first image forming apparatus. It is a block diagram which shows the structure of a control part. FIG. 4 is a schematic diagram illustrating an example of a printing result obtained when the first image forming apparatus forms an image of a plurality of pages on roll paper, and (A) is a schematic diagram illustrating an example of a printing result by two print jobs; FIG. 6 is a schematic diagram illustrating an example of a print result when a job is canceled. FIG. 6 is a schematic diagram illustrating an identification image formed on the trailing edge side of the roll paper by the identification image printing unit after a plurality of pages of images are formed on the roll paper. 7 is an example of print result information output from the first image forming apparatus to the management apparatus. 6 is a flowchart illustrating an outline (S10) of the operation of the first image forming apparatus. It is a block diagram which shows the structure of a 2nd image forming apparatus. It is a block diagram which shows the structure of a post-processing apparatus. It is a program block diagram which shows the structure of the post-processing program which a control part performs. It is an example of printing result information in which the conversion unit converts the arrangement order of history information. FIG. 5 is a schematic diagram corresponding to the roll paper illustrated in FIG. 4A, showing a state in which roll paper stored in the stack device of the first image forming apparatus is fed by a paper feeding device of the post-processing device. It is a flowchart which shows the outline | summary (S20) of operation | movement of a post-processing apparatus. It is a block diagram which shows the structure of the modification of the printing system which concerns on embodiment of this invention.

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DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 10 Printing system 12 1st image forming apparatus 14 2nd image forming apparatus 16 Post-processing apparatus 18 Management apparatus 20 Network 22 Paper feeding apparatus 24 Image forming unit 26 Stack apparatus 28 UI apparatus 30 Control part 32 Roll paper 36 Identification image printing Part 40 CPU
44 Storage device 46 Communication IF
50 Identification Image 52 Media Information 60 Print Result Information 62 Print Result Information (After Conversion)
66 Recording medium writing device 68 Recording medium reading device 70 Image forming unit 80 Paper feeding device 82 Reading device 84 Processing unit 86 Control unit 88 UI device 90 Cutting unit 92 Sorting unit 94 Scrap paper discharge unit 96 Normal printing discharge unit 98 Recording medium 100 Media identification ID
110 Job dependency information 120 Event information 130 History information 140 History information (after conversion)
200 Post-processing program 202 Determination unit 204 Conversion unit 206 Information extraction unit

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  1. And forming an image of a plurality of pages on the roll paper, after it has finished forming an image of said plurality of pages, image forming means for forming on the roll paper identification image for identifying the roll sheet identifying identifies the roll paper and information and, storage means for said image forming means is stored in association with history information on the history of forming images of a plurality of pages on the roll paper,
    Over the previous SL roll paper image forming means to form an image of a plurality of pages, comprising: a post-processing means for performing post-processing a predetermined and,
    The post-processing means includes
    A reading unit that reads the identification image formed on the roll paper, receives the identification information and the history information stored in the storage unit, and identifies the roll paper identified by the identification image read by the reading unit; A printing system in which the image forming unit performs predetermined post-processing on roll paper on which images of a plurality of pages are formed based on history information corresponding to identification information .
  2. A storage means for pre-Symbol image forming means for accommodating the roll paper having an image formed on the image forming order,
    A paper feeding means for feeding the roll paper stored in the storage means to the post-processing means in a reverse order to the image forming order;
    Further comprising
    The post-processing means includes
    The printing system according to claim 1, wherein predetermined post-processing is performed based on the identification image, the identification information, and the history information.
  3. 3. The printing system according to claim 1, further comprising a conversion unit that converts the arrangement order of the history information stored in the storage unit so as to match the order in which the post-processing unit performs post-processing.
  4. The post-processing means includes
    A determination unit that acquires identification information stored in the storage unit when the identification image is read by the reading unit and determines whether the identification image and the identification information correspond;
    A determination result output means for outputting the determination result of the determination means;
    The printing system according to claim 1, further comprising:
  5. The image forming unit includes:
    The printing system according to claim 1, further comprising an information output unit that outputs information based on the history information to the roll paper .
  6. And forming an image of a plurality of pages on the roll paper, after it has finished forming an image of said plurality of pages, image forming means for forming on the roll paper identification image for identifying the roll sheet,
    Together with historical information about the history of the image forming means to form an image of a plurality of pages on the roll paper, the identification information for identifying the roll paper, the history information and output means for outputting to a storage means for storing in association with the identification information When,
    Storage means for storing the roll paper on which the image forming means has formed an image in the order of image formation;
    An image forming apparatus.
  7. The roll paper is accommodated are formed in this order on the image forming order of the image and the identification image for identifying the roll sheet of a plurality of pages, a sheet feeding means for feeding paper in the reverse order to the order of image formation,
    Reading means for reading the identification image from the roll paper fed by the paper feeding means;
    Together with historical information about history of images of a plurality of pages are formed on the roll paper, an information acquiring unit that acquires identification information for identifying the roll sheet from the storage means in association with the history information and the identification information,
    Post-processing means for performing predetermined post-processing on roll paper on which a plurality of pages of images are formed based on the identification image, the identification information, and the history information;
    Having a post-processing apparatus.
  8. Identification identifying and storing history information on history of an image of a plurality of pages on the roll paper, and forming an identification image for identifying the roll paper to the person the roll paper, the roll paper with the history information An image forming program that causes a computer to execute a step of outputting information to a storage unit that stores the history information and the identification information in association with each other .
  9. A step of reading the identification image for identifying the person the roll paper formed on the roll paper, along with history information on the history of forming images of a plurality of pages on the roll paper, identification information for identifying the roll sheet, subsequent history information And a step of acquiring from the storage means for storing the identification information in association with each other and a roll paper on which a plurality of pages of images are formed based on the identification image, the identification information, and the history information . A post-processing program for causing a computer to execute a step of performing post-processing.
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