Getting the best from your Multi-functioning printers; Tricks, Tips and Hacks


Printers have become increasingly popular over the years and as personal and desktops computer technology have developed over the years so have the printing technology. Multi-functioning or All-in-one printers were created as an answer to consumers demand for a one stop shop for all your “Printing Needs” needs that include scanning, photocopying and faxing.  Some even send and receive emails if the WiFi features are enabled. To be able to use your multi-functioning printer to its maximum efficiency and capacity you need to familiarize yourself with how it works. Although the prices of these printers are no joke they make up for that with the ability and capacity to handle big and regular amounts of work. One of the major advantages of having a Multi-Functional printer is the continence of having all of those functions and features into one. Being able to photocopy, print, fax and scan (depending on the printer sometimes scan to email) with a single equipment saves on space and cost, you’ll only need space for one printer and only need to buy ink cartridges for one printer. We have put together a list of tricks, tips and hack to get you on your way to getting the best of your All-In-One printers. Continue reading

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Top 8 office printers of 2016

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One of the most important components of an effective and efficient office is its printers. It is used every day so it has to be the best of the best. A faulty printer in the office doesn’t really lead a client to display confidence in the company. We are going to list the Top 10 printers of 2016, this list is going to be based on suggestions from top electronics and printing review sites. The best printers for use within the office setting are a multi functional printer which is why we plan on focusing on only multi functional printers. Continue reading

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7 things to consider before buying an office printer

Whether you are looking for a printer for your home office or a bigger office with more employees using it, the huge range of printers available on the market may seem a little overwhelming – all those brands, all those names, all those functions… Continue reading

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Healthy Office Tips for 2016

Have you made any resolutions for this year? Maybe you have decided to upscale your office equipment with the introduction of a new printer or by renting a modern photocopier, quite possibly, you have decided to eat a little healthier and start to look after your diet a little better from now on. Continue reading

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5 key essentials of buying a photocopier

It’s a huge decision when you choose a photocopier so don’t be tempted to buy the first model you stumble across. There are a number of features and certain functions you should consider before you invest in this type of equipment and here we explore five of the most important. Continue reading

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10 Ways to Beat those Back to Work Blues

It’s a killer going back to work after the Christmas break. After a week of eating your own body weight in mince pies and drinking Baileys daily for breakfast, the shock of having to get up early to go and do some real work, instead of watching festive flicks all day long, will be totally alien to you. Continue reading

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Methods Of Printing

Methods Of Printing

Printing can be done a number of ways, all using different methods to achieve the best results, but what type of printing are you using and what’s the best for you?

Digital Printing

Digital Printing can be done a number of ways. All digital printing is done by digital; files such as PDF’s, JPEG’s etc being sent to the printer. Many methods try to recreate other methods (mentioned below). There are inkjet, laser, toner & magnetic digital printers. In inkjet, the ink cartridge holds ink (as a liquid) and releases it through tiny sprays onto the paper beneath. the image it creates is actually made of small dots that, when viewed without a magnifying glass appear whole. Laser & Toner printers use a different method, they change the electrical charge of the paper so that it is able to attract toner of CMYK (cyan, magenta, yellow and black) colours. The paper is usually then run through a fuser which melts the toner to the paper and creates your image. Magnetic printers work in much the same way except they don’t change the electronic charges, they change the magnetic ones.

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The Importance of Document Scanning

In today’s modern working environment, saturated with information, businesses have a responsibility to manage their data and digitally archive all important documentation. Some businesses could find this challenging, but there are many reasons why traditional file management is simply not viable in today’s businesses. Continue reading

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3D Printing in a Commercial Environment

3D Printing Explained

In very simple terms, 3D printing is the process of printing three dimensional models for a truly lifelike appearance. The current generation of printers have the capacity to print vivid colours and complex imagery, however the mainstream market haven’t yet been fully introduced to 3D printing. Continue reading

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Why Electronic Office Equipment Recycling is Important

Today every office features a wealth of technological innovation. From tablets to laptops, printers to photocopiers, scanners or an integrated machine, a productive office has a wealth of devices to assist workflow procedures.

Not only does any office feature a wealth of devices, but with the continual evolution of devices, an increasing amount of offices store discarded devices. This causes a number of issues. What can be done with the overspill of equipment? Continue reading

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