Our members include printer and multi-function device manufacturers, print server developers, operating system providers, print management application developers, and industry experts. We make printers, multi-function devices, and the applications and operating systems supporting them work together better.
The PWG has defined an IPP extension for 3D printing using standard file formats and an associated XML print job ticket format.
Support multiple network protocols and job ticket formats using our abstract model.
PWG Standards define all of the common network protocols used by your printer.
The PWG held its February 2020 Virtual Face-to-Face Meeting on February 5-6, 2020 via WebEx teleconferences. Representatives from Canon, Google, High North, HP Inc., Kyocera, Lakeside Robotics, Lexmark, Ricoh, TIC, TCS and Xerox attended the meetings. Attendees reviewed work in progress, including drafts of a number of in-progress specifications, and discussed liaisons with partner groups. Here is a summary of the proceedings.
PWG Candidate Standard 5100.22-2019: IPP System Service v1.0 (SYSTEM) has been approved. This specification defines an IPP binding of the System object, System Control Service, Resource Service, and registration operation as defined in various Semantic Model specifications (PWG 5108.06, PWG 5108.03, and PWG 5109.1).
This and other PWG Candidate Standards can be found on the “PWG Published Standards” page at:
It is directly available at the following URLs:
Many thanks to all who contributed to its creation!
The PWG held its November 2019 Virtual Face-to-Face Meeting on November 20-21, 2019 via WebEx teleconferences. Representatives from Apple, Canon, Google, High North, HP Inc., Kyocera, Lexmark, TIC, TCS and Xerox attended the meetings. Attendees reviewed work in progress, including drafts of a number of in-progress specifications, and discussed liaisons with partner groups. Here is a summary of the proceedings.
The PWG Formal Vote of the IPP System Service v1.0 (SYSTEM) is currently underway.
The Printer Working Group (PWG) has added significant new capabilities to its widely adopted IPP (Internet Printing Protocol) industry standard embedded into almost all printers today. The PWG‘s IPP Everywhere™ allows computers and mobile devices to find printers and print without the use of vendor-specific software, or drivers, saving manufacturers, device makers and users time and money.