• Photocopier printer sales rentals and hire

    Paw print have been trading for 27 years providing quality sales and service on photocopier and printers, we specialise in the sale, rental, hire of Konica Minolta and HP Designjet photocopiers/printers new or used. We can also provide you with a full service agreement on new and used equipment. Our products and services goes one step further for our exciting and new customers. We also provide a repair service on most photocopiers and printers.


Photocopier Sales & Service – Get a Free Quote!

We have many photocopiers, printers and large format printers in stock available for immediate delivery and installation.

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Photocopier Sales

There are over 100,000 pages being printed and copied every day from the copiers we have supplied to local businesses over the last 27 years. For some of them, we are no longer just a supplier but more of a friend. We’ve built long term relationships, with many satisfied customers.

Photocopier Rental

From start-ups to established organisations requiring a complete print management solution, we have equipment and skills to offer photocopier rental to suit any business.

Short Term Rental

We are the No1 supplier of short-term photocopier rental to the events industry. Our reliable, punctual, high-quality service has been unbeatable for over 27 years. Many organisers rely on our experience to support their printing needs for both small and large-scale events.

Photocopier Repair & Service

Experienced Engineers are at the heart of our organisation. Our trusty team of reliable nice folks are able to attend photocopiers that are in need of repair or servicing.


Our rates are very competitive and when you take into account the superior level of service you receive. We can proudly say that there is a reason why we are rated UK’s No 1 Copier Service provider on FreeIndex.

Complete Care

We offer so many options to suit your business that it’s virtually impossible to list them all. Every business has different requirements and we are able to customise our offerings to suit every individual need.

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Experienced Engineers

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Do I Need a Large Format Printer?

31st July 2019
Do you need a large format printer? If you’re considering purchasing one, here’s what you need to know. A large format printer is great for printing high-quality photos, graphics, and documents. They can be used for a variety of purposes, from business to personal projects. But before you buy one, there are some things you should consider. In this blog post, we’ll discuss the basics of large format printers and help you decide if one is right for you. So keep reading to learn more! Large format printers can be costly, so it is necessary to define your needs as a business and how you currently use your current printer before you invest in a printer. The type of large format printer you invest in may vary depending on what you will be using it for. Consequently, it will be necessary to discuss your requirements with your printer provider. Common uses of large format printers include, but are not limited to: PhotographySignageBannersMurals and wall coverings  What Type of Printer Buyer Are You? Adding to Your Production: If you are investing in another large format printer because the number of printers you have isn’t sufficient, you should already be familiar with the printer model you need and the speeds and size required. Upgrading Your Printer: If you are upgrading your printer, it is worth making a list of the things that your current printer doesn’t quite hit the mark on. From here, you can look for printers that have these features and not end up paying more than you need to for a printer that has extra features you don’t require. First Time Buyer: If you are buying a large format printer for the first time, be sure to make a list of features you need, helping you to narrow down your choices. Depending on what you will be using your large format printer for, there are several types of materials you can print on. Alongside paper, plastics, metals, wood, acrylic, and fabrics may all be used for printing, ensuring you can quickly and efficiently create products. Knowing exactly what materials you will print on will ensure you can select the most suitable type of ink for your prints. The type of prints you want to create will also dictate the size of the printer you require. Print Speed Solutions Print speed is an important consideration if you work in a fast-paced environment. Faster printers tend to be more expensive, but most modern models offer fair speeds. Print speed may not be too much of an issue if the printer meets all of your other requirements. When choosing a printer, consider the type of printing you’ll be doing. If you’ll be printing mostly text, you won’t need a printer with high resolutions and Fast Draft speeds. However, if you’ll be printing photos or graphics, you’ll need a printer that offers better resolutions and faster print speeds. Another factor to consider is the cost of replacement ink cartridges. If you’ll be printing

Why Rent A Photocopier

9th September 2015
Small or start-up businesses keen to get off the ground might benefit from Beds photocopier rentals if they want to meet their company needs without spending too much money at the outset. Launching a company can be particularly difficult and stressful, and you won’t always have the available capital required to make investments in technology. Luckily, the option to rent the equipment you need is always there and it should not be something that you should easily dismiss as an idea. These days, you can rent photocopiers that come with all sorts of capabilities other than producing copies of documents. For example, you could rent one for around £25 a month (including maintenance and ink) that allows you to scan and print, and that can serve as a fax machine to boot. If you were to buy all these separate devices, you’d set yourself back quite a lot of money – but with renting you get them all in one. Buying a photocopier outright can set you back hundreds of pounds, without even taking into consideration costs for ink and maintenance of the equipment. As a new business or one looking to grow, these expenses can just be too much but the problem can easily be solved if you decide to rent what equipment you need. So before you part with any of your hard-earned cash, why not consider renting a photocopier today? It could save you lots of money and be much more convenient for you in the long run, so don’t discount it as an idea for you and your business.

The History Of The Photocopier

10th September 2015
One of the must-have pieces of office equipment for businesses has to be the photocopier, but just where did the idea for this appliance come from and how long has it been around? Here, we delve into the history of the photocopier. Read on. The idea of making copies of documents can be attributed to a New York patent attorney named Chester Carlson who, back in 1937, came up with a process known as electro photography, later renamed xerography. It’s said that he came up with the idea of an easy way to make copies because he began to develop arthritis in his hands to help him with his work. However, the concept of xerography wasn’t immediately popular and it took some ten years before Mr Carlson could find a company that would help him develop the idea. Eventually, The Haloid Company – a photo-paper manufacturer in New York – agreed to work with him, later changing its name to the Xerox Corporation. In 1955, the first automated xerographic machine was developed and then in 1958, the first commercial push button machine was introduced – the 914. This was hugely successful and in 1961 Haloid Xerox changed its name to Xerox and floated on the New York Stock Exchange for the first time. These days, while Xerox is still one of the leaders in the photocopier market worldwide, there are other companies with excellent offerings such as IBM. If you want to sort out a Herts photocopier rental, you can easily do so through us here at Paw Print.

Our Guide To Renting A Photocopier

14th September 2015
Before you arrange with PAW Print for photocopier rental, read our handy guide to ensure that you get the best deal and that you know what to look out for when choosing your new appliance. First of all, think about what you want to get out of your photocopier. Assess what your office requirements are, considering whether it has all the necessary features, if it can handle the volume of copying you expect to have, whether it’s fast enough and how expensive it is. This will really help you narrow down your options, making picking a new photocopier much easier. There are so many models out there on the market that it can be hard – especially for new shoppers – to decide which one is right for them. A bit of research is always advisable. Look at how many people you have in the office and try to predict how many copies per day will be made. Think about the size of paper you’ll be copying on, as you’ll need to have facilities to print on A3 if you need it for work. Remember that colour copying is more expensive than black and white so think whether you need this at all. Other facilities you should decide if you need or not include a printer and a scanner. Most modern copiers will have these as standard but you will need to decide whether you want yours connected to your network or just serving one computer. By buying your copier outright, you will be adding to your list of company assets but it can be very expensive, especially for smaller businesses. Think instead about leasing a photocopier. The benefits of this include tax deductible monthly payments and maintenance and service agreements as standard.
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