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#1 sweedishfish

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Posted 20 December 2016 - 12:40 PM

Hey guys! 

 

So we have about 8 printers in the office and we use them heavily and they broke a lot. Is there a solution out there that we can get rid of the printers and use a 3rd party company? 

 

Btw, I'm not talking about cutepdf or anything like that. I need a legit company that can handle our print jobs. 



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#2 Chris Cosgrove

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Posted 21 December 2016 - 06:50 PM

As I see it you have two choices.

 

The first is if you really want to outsource your printing, you will need to find someone local to you - within easy transport distance - because you will want to pick up your printing. You know your locality better than anybody else on BC.

 

The second is to upgrade your printers. Almost all printers come with guides about their maximum sustained throughputs, often as copies/month. If you are exceeding these guidelines on a routine basis you are asking for failures.  Commercial grade printers will cost you quite a bit more per printer initially but, if they are rated for your workloads, they should last a lot longer.

 

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