Calculation functions and sophisticated exposure systems ensure images of the highest quality in sharpness and density range. Laser imager technology brings significant benefits to healthcare facilities in terms of performance, cost and quality.
The low-cost printers offer consistently low operating costs throughout their entire service life. Due to the small space requirement, the compact X -ray film printers can be simply placed on a desk or counter or can also be used on the move.
As with the laser printers, there are many types of ink jets which will vary in features and cost. Models we have used in the past include the Canon PIX MA iP6000D, the Epson Stylus Photo R320, and the HP 6840.
The 6840 is an interesting addition to the HP line because it is one of the first ink jets to include 802.11g wireless printing. That means the printer can be positioned anywhere within range of the practice’s wireless access point and shared across the network.
This would be ideal, for example, in a consult room or private office where no network cables or computers exist. Color laser printers At one time only within the reach of very large offices, color laser printers have dropped dramatically in price over the past year.
However, the overall impression with these color lasers is that, at the low end of the price scale, the image quality is inferior to a sub-$100 ink jet. All-in-one printers Many manufacturers have created devices designed for the small office tight on both finances and space.
An all-in-one system combines a printer (laser or ink jet), a scanner, a copy machine, and often, a fax, all into one device. For an office with a very cramped front-desk area, this can be a great option since all you need is enough room for one device, not four.
Borne Ravine, DMD, practiced periodontics and implant dentistry for more than 10 years. Based off what you mentioned and the specs of the Phase 7400, I would recommend the Dell's 3330dn.
It is a great workhorse black and white laser printer. If you want to let me know which state you are in, I can give you the contact information of a printer specialist who and talk you through it.
Hi, the P4014 is a great high performance printer for what you are doing, unfortunately it doesn't take the CC364X toner, only the A which yields 10,000 pages. If, you kept the printer, but bought the A-J toner for let's say $169 that would net you out at about .0009388 a page.
Your best option if you feel it necessary to replace would to obtain a refurbished P4015 (no new ones on the market anymore) where you can purchase the CC364X (24000 pages) or the CTC-CC364X-J which yields 40000 pages for about the same price as the CC364X OEM toner. I don't feel that your options of any higher yield toners with a lower cost per page will prove to be of any more value to you than what you have in place.
Its fast and reliable, but should you decide I would for with a return P4015, that will be one of the highest yield for the least money when it comes to consumables (including your maintenance kits, etc, and they are easy for techs to work on should an issue arise in a year or two of use). Just find out(spec sheets and pamphlets)what they provide and buy on the open market vs. their services.
If you have a sample of your output take to a demo area or office supply outlet and check results. Visit any of the makers support websites, I do suggest HP, but Minolta and Canon as well.
Don't hesitate to visit the business side of offering vs. home models My present printer which is not providing adequate images is the HP Photos mart Pro B8350.
“We recommended the Epson PP-100 Disc producer for this niche medical practice because of its cost-effective output and efficiency, and it requires virtually no after-sales support,” says Harvey. “Typically, the Epson PP-100 Disc producer is used in marketing or reproduction environments where multiple copies of data need to be written onto a disc quickly and cost-effectively.
This technology increases the life of the printer, and helps protect against the interruption of unintended production runs caused by mechanical blockage. “Writing digital X -ray images onto CDs is so much simpler than processing X -ray films, typing up reports and offering large, cumbersome envelopes to patients,” says Leonie Tromp, the control radiographer at Dr de Villiers and Partners.
Epson’s Total Disc Monitor software keeps us informed about the status of all important functions in the process, as well as any current and pending jobs,” she adds. Intellistor also supplied the radiology practice with Perennial, the essential software that ‘translates’ the Di com files from its X -ray and scanning equipment into data that can be processed by the Epson PP-100 Disc producer, so that it can be written onto discs for patients.
The Canon PIX MA iP8720 Wireless Ink jet Photo Printer allows you to create high resolution 9600 × 2400 dpi full color prints. Also, this printer has a 6-color ink configuration, including gray, that enables excellent tonalities and color reproduction for your images.
The high-quality, ES6410 DME A4 color and mono printer combines LED technology with embedded DI COM software, printing directly from medical equipment without conversion software or external hardware. From nuclear medicine to scans (e.g. MRI, CT) and ultrasounds, the ES8431 DME A3 color and mono DICOM-embedded printer produces high-quality medical images directly from medical equipment without conversion software or external hardware.
Well, since no one wants to chime in, maybe one of these Kodak will fit the bill http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx? Item=N82E16828153004&Tpk=Kodak, I've used them before, and they will put out about 25 ppm with pictures on each page. And they print almost lab quality pictures, so your image detail shouldn't be a problem.
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