[EMS Discuss] 36" wide printer.
Tue Jun 4 14:14:07 PDT 2013
OK, so there has been some small interest expressed and no opposition. So I will plan to leave the printer at EMS for
a few weeks at most. I'll bring it in tonight, but it will not be ready to print until Friday. (I forgot the
supplies that go with it and have to go get them.)
Once the paper is loaded, it's pretty straightforward, but talk to me before using. I'll put a note on it. I'll
probably put the drivers on one of the EMS Windows laptops.
> I think it would have a nice home at EMS. Though I understand it is super expensive to replace ink. I worked with one
> of these printers in high school, along with every other kind of printer. They aren't fun when they jam or run out of
> I think it would be good to have, but there should be an approval by you on what can be printed. And my be a little
> money to go to keeping it full with ink and the right paper.
> Austin McKimmey
> On Jun 3, 2013, at 12:21 PM, EMAIL HIDDEN wrote:
>> I wasn't really clear: Mostly I'm imagining EMS-related printing. New temporary sign, some banners, maybe new
>> workstation ID signs, etc. Some personal use would be OK, but we can't go too crazy. It's not a cheap thing to
>> operate, especially if the ink density is high. (i.e. big, solid-fill areas such as the EMS logo.)
>>> I have a 36" wide, four-color, inkjet printer which I'm hoping to sell, eventually. I've brought it into town to
>>> that easier and I'm wondering if EMS could make use of it in the meantime. If desired, I could set it up on the
>>> on the East wall for a few weeks.
>>> Any interest?
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