It's easy to become a little bored with your copiers and other office equipment.
When they don't work, you simply call in for copier repair and accept the interruption to your day as a fact of life.
You can do better than that.
We've been writing about copiers and ways to get the most out of them for a few years now. Below you'll find a selection of the best of the best of our tips.
With a few minutes of thought and planning, you can save time for yourself by making sure that you maximize copier up time and know how to choose the right equipment for your office.
Fix Your Paper Jams
The best thing to do to fix paper jams is to prevent them. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.
The Right Questions to Ask When You Need a Color Copier
You don't want to under spend on a color copier that isn't robust enough to meet your needs , breaks down frequently from overuse, and doesn't have the functionality you need so your productivity decreases. That's not saving money or being fiscally prudent, that's just false economy.
Fix the Black Lines and Streaks on Copies
This two minute video will show you exactly what you need to do to remove those annoying streaks and lines on copiers. Most often, it's just a matter of a few moments to clean the slit glass.
Your Copier Can Do MUCH More Than Copy and Print
Did you know there are functions in your copy machine that allow you to track costs, launch paper-free workflows, improve security, and allow you to print full-bleed (mostly)? Get the most out of your investment.
Keep Dust (and the Copier Repairman) Away From Your Copier
Dust IS a prime culprit when it comes to multifunction printer service calls. Below you’ll find 6 tips to eliminate dust from affecting your office’s office equipment. Keeping your office, and copier, clean can improve the longevity of your equipment, reduce service calls, and improve printed output.
How Long Should My Copier Last?
Even if your copier is still working great, your office needs may have outgrown it. How long should a copier last? It varies. Here are a few thoughts on how to know when it's time to move on – and when it's OK to hang on to what you've got!