Comparing Wide-format Machines

It isn't just my waist that's getting wider and wider with each passing day. More and more businesses are discovering the value of wide-format printing and copying. Bigger is almost always better when it comes to documents, especially things like floor plans, engineering drawings, and the latest NCAA office pool.

It isn't just my waist that's getting wider and wider with each passing day. More and more businesses are discovering the value of wide-format printing and copying. Bigger is almost always better when it comes to documents, especially things like floor plans, engineering drawings, and the latest NCAA office pool.

But if you've ever had to change those big rolls of paper on a wide-format printer, you might think it's better just to hand out magnifying glasses and stick to letter size. Fear not, my weary wide-format fans. Bryan Batelli over at Ricoh has shown me the light, and it shines in the form of spindles! Check it out for yourself:

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