Re: HOW MANY PEOPLE USE DOT MATRIX PRINTERS FOR LABELS? Tracey Thompson 05 Sep 2008 13:53 UTC
We are also currently using a dot matrix printer, but every time I hear it
being used, I keep thinking that there has to be a better way. It is just
really low on my priority list at the moment. I would strongly suggest
looking at a laser or ink jet.
Acquisitions Librarian, Assistant Professor
Library Liaison for Aerospace, Computer Science,
Mathematics, & Military Science
New Mexico State University Library
MSC 3475 P.O. Box 30006
Las Cruces, NM 88003-8006
From: SERIALST: Serials in Libraries Discussion Forum
[mailto:SERIALST@list.uvm.edu] On Behalf Of Andree Rathemacher
Sent: Thursday, September 04, 2008 2:23 PM
Subject: Re: [SERIALST] HOW MANY PEOPLE USE DOT MATRIX PRINTERS FOR LABELS?
University of Rhode Island uses dot matrix, but we strongly suspect that a
dedicated laser printer would be cheaper, faster, and easier. We use
Millennium, which with Release 2007 supports many and varied printing
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On Thu, Sep 4, 2008 at 11:56 AM, Irma Nicola <INicola@apu.edu> wrote:
> Can I PLEASE have urgent feedback on an informal survey of label machine
> usage! We are trying to find out if it is best practice to use this or
> other types of printers.
> SPECIFICALLY get a sense of how many users are currently using dot
> matrix or other printers for label making.
> We have about 2000 titles and we need to find the best print solutions
> for about 1,000 pieces of labeling per month.
> Please send replies to my email and I will reply on receipt.
> Thanks very much, any comments on the usage trends you know of would
> really help.
> Azusa Pacific University
> Irma H. Nicola
> Serials Coordinator
> Darling Library Technical Services
> PO Box 7000
> Azusa, California 91702-7000
> tel: 626-815-6000 ext. 5258
> fax: 626-815-5064