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* Type: Black and white laser printer
 
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* Static IP address allocated via DHCP: 172.31.24.9
 
* Static IP address allocated via DHCP: 172.31.24.9
* Status: Working. (any issues contact [[User:Sully|Sully]])
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* Duplex (2 sided) printing - '''Under installable options on your printer configuration set "Duplex Unit (for 2-sided printing)" to "installed"'''
 
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Revision as of 20:59, 16 August 2013

Printers
HP CP1025.jpg
Model Unknown
Sub-category Office equipment
Status Good working order
Last updated 16 March 2019 16:49:51
Consumables Toner
Accessories Unknown
Training requirement No
Training link Unknown
ACnode No
Owner Unknown
Origin Unknown
Location Ground floor, main area, beside Lovelace

The Hackspace is currently in posession of several printers. Some work, some are untested.

HP Laserjet 2200D

Hp 2200d.jpg

This is a Black and White duplex printer with its own Jetdirect network card allowing you to print to it over the network. It should not be connected to on the parallel or USB ports

  • Replacement toner: 96A
  • Location: Beside the desk with Lovelace.
  • Paper size: A4
  • Type: Black and white laser printer
  • Static IP address allocated via DHCP: 172.31.24.9
  • Status: Working
  • Duplex (2 sided) printing - Under installable options on your printer configuration set "Duplex Unit (for 2-sided printing)" to "installed"

Driver: HP Laserjet 2200 driver comes with most operating systems. You can use a PCL or Postscript driver.

It's auto discoverable via mDNS from Mac OS, Windows 7, Linux and various other operating systems.

If you need to set it manually the hostname is caxton and the ip address is 172.31.24.9. It supports HP Raw printing, LPD and IPP via ipp://caxton.lan.hack.rs:631/ipp

When setting a printer up manually configure it to connect to a printer over the network to the hostname "caxton" or if necessary the IP address, then if prompted select HP Raw printing, LPD or ipp and then select HP Laserjet 2200 (PCL or Postscript) as the print driver.


HP Laserjet Pro CP1025

HP CP1025.jpg


Recycling cartridges

Please don't thrown them in the bin, we have now a simple process for this:

- use the already printed postage-paid forms you'll find on the office file shelf, under the sticker called "Recycling forms" (in the main room, on the left of Tesla)

- Use the new toner's box to recycle the old one and stick the postage-paid form on it. Then drop it to the post office

- Alternatively you can print your own forms on HP recycle's site here.

Other Inventory

Other printing equipment goes here.http://www.cups.org/str.php?L2455

Equipment/Selex

We also have many thermel recipt printers.

And a WASP WPL305E barcode printer thing.

Printer fund

Date Amount
2011-09-06 £30
2012-05-25 £20
2012-07-21 £60.24
2/1/13 £52.65
15/1/13 £6.63
1/2/13 £9

Note on babbage

The version of ubuntu we run on babbage has a bug that means it dosn't share printers via dns-sd (aka rendevous, bonjour, mdns), see this:

https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/cups/+bug/465916

Looks like this works now (?)