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Printer suggestion needed for non-standard papers/envelopes

Posted on 2011-03-08
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Our Exec Secretary and one other admin assistant do monthly mail-outs using (from what I can count) around 21 different sized papers, card stock, envelopes etc.  Suffice to say they aren't well trained on how to achieve their printing goals so they're wearing out the IT department with requests for help.  Kinko's has been suggested as an alternative to in-house printing but the idea isn't getting any traction.  My current lean is to force them into using standard sized papers printers can handle but in case I can't get that past city hall, does anyone happen to know of a "swiss army knife" of printers that can handle lots of non-standard sized papers, card stocks (at different weights and off sized envelopes?
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Brother HL-8050N Printer

Or the a Xerox Phaser if you need color.

These are what we use at work. Of course you could also do something high end like Toshiba and get custom trays
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Accuracy of solution doesn't apply here but thanks.  We went for a Brother MFC-9840CDW
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