Copier Rental What You Should Know

Most office environments need copiers, but the costs can tax even the biggest companies. When you consider what most businesses need in a copier, you can understand why: Networked to provide printing and copying functions Options to copy in color Collating Double-sided copying Some offices need even more functionality, including high-speeds, high-capacity and volume, e-mail…

What is GSM in the world of paper and printing?

In short, GSM stands for Grams per Square Meter. There are thousands of varieties of paper and board which have a wide range of properties. The use of the term GSM is a good way for paper manufacturers and printers to identify them. The higher the GSM number, the heavier the paper. According to Brittania The paper specimens…

10 Tips to Keep Your Office Printer in Tip-Top Shape

Your office copier plays a vital role in your company’s productivity and efficiency. That means keeping it up and running is critical.    We rely on our office printers and copiers for simple tasks, like copying and printing. But nowadays, we depend on them for much more like sending files through the cloud or project…

How to Network a Copier

Add your photocopier to your network so it can be used by other devices in your home or office. Networking your photocopier and other peripheral devices such as printers, scanners and external hard drives allows you to use the device without having to directly connect your computer to it. Windows is designed to work with…

BUYER’S GUIDE FOR COPIERS

Copiers have experienced a significant amount of technological development since Xerox introduced its first fully automated plain-paper copier in 1959. In fact, today’s copiers have more in common with computers than with the first Xerox 914. Modern copiers combine copying, laser printing, faxing, scanning, and more into one networked machine, with manufacturers continuing to improve…

WHAT TO LOOK FOR WHEN BUYING A PRINTER

1. PRINTING Printing is a daily task that employees in every office use. When selecting a multifunction device for your office, consider how often your employees print and what types of projects are being printed. Multifunction copier are equipped to print tens, hundreds or even thousands of pages of high-quality text per day on a wide…

Dots Per Inch (DPI) and Pixels Per Inch (PPI)

The terms Dots Per Inch (DPI) and Pixels Per Inch (PPI) are commonly used interchangeably to describe the resolution of an image. However, the terms do not mean the same thing and there are distinct differences between the two: DPI refers to the number of printed dots contained within one inch of an image printed by…

Rgb vs Cmyk Color

No, the colors won’t match exactly, and here’s why: Due to the way colors appear on your computer screen versus the way they are printed, the colors on your outdoor business sign may look a little bit different from the design you worked with on your monitor. Whenever something on your computer is printed onto…