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I have a depth of 8 inches.
Width could be 14.
Must eject toward front of printer.
100-200+ Paper tray.
Laser quality 300dpi
Don't like thermal due to flimsy paper, cutting, and quality.
Don't like bubblejets due to comm errors and customer intervention of cartridge.
Price is always an issue but I am getting picky so what do you suggest?
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The panasonic KXP6100 would about fit in the space defined. It is an upright laser printer but I am unsure of how much paper it will hold. 600DPI Laser so the quality is there. They are quite cheap too (about the cheapest new laser on the market here in Australia). Not a problem to setup either.

Hope this helps.

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