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

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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 20 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.

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 20 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.

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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.

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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.

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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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Top Tips For Keeping Photocopier Data Safe

9th September 2015
You might not think that your Beds photocopier rental represents a security risk at work, but you do need to be aware that digital copiers have advanced quite a lot since they were first introduced. And because they can print, fax, scan, copy and email documents, they require hard disk drives in order to manage their workloads and boost production speeds. The hard drive in your photocopier will store data about all the documents that go through its system so you need to ensure you’ve taken steps to protect that information. Before you rent a photocopier, make sure you’ve included it in your information security policies and that all copiers are maintained and looked after by your IT department. The majority of manufacturers will offer security features with copiers either as standard or as an add-on kit, so check this when leasing a photocopier. When using your new photocopier, you should ensure that your IT staff work to overwrite the hard drive once a month as a minimum to ensure data is kept safe. If your digital copier is connected to your business’s network, your IT department will need to ensure that it is integrated securely so as to protect it against outside attacks. Once you’ve finished with your photocopier and want to return it, make sure you check with the manufacturer or servicing company you got it from that they will either remove the hard drive and send it back to you or overwrite it for you. Being vigilant in this regard could really help protect your company more fully.

A Brief History of The Photocopier

10th April 2019
We’re all very used to the convenience of printers and photocopiers, but how did the modern photocopier as we know it come to be? In our last blog post, we covered a brief history of the modern printer, so today, we take a look at a brief history of the photocopier. Nowadays, multi-functional machines that can print, photocopy, scan and email are incredibly popular in modern offices. However, stand-alone photocopiers filled the distinct gap for copying facilities at the time. The inventor of the photocopier was a man named Chester Carlson, who back in 1938 created a photocopying device by using static electricity created from a handkerchief, light and dry powder. However, it wasn’t until 20 years later in 1959 that the photocopier was marketed by Xerox. The first commercial photocopier available was the Xerox 914. Despite being around the size of two washing machines and prone to spontaneous combustion, the product was still in high demand. Xerox is reported to have sold thousands of these machines and began manufacturing them in large quantities to keep up with the demand. The photocopier was a welcome addition to many offices, and whilst it increased the efficiency of many tasks, it didn’t make the role of any office workers obsolete. Photocopier Rental and Repair We’ve come a long way in technology since 1959 and photocopiers now come in all shapes and sizes, with a plethora of functions that are a welcome sight to anyone running an office. Here at Paw Print Copiers, we have a wealth of experience in servicing and repairing photocopiers to ensure they perform at their very best. What’s more, we also provide photocopier rental, meaning you can invest in a photocopier that suits your requirements, without needing to store the item when you no longer need it. If you would like to find out more about our services, please call today on 01525 854 698 or send your enquiry through to our online contact form.

The History of the Modern Printer

14th March 2019
Technology is ever-evolving. Only a mere two days ago, as this blog is written, was it the 30th anniversary of the internet. However, before the internet came another very important part of many workplaces – the printer. Although they didn’t look anything like the machines we have in the modern day, efforts to create multiple ”prints” of the same thing can be seen as far back as 300 BC when the Mesopotamians used round cylinder seals for rolling and the impress of images onto clay tablets. It was in 1938 when Chester Carlson invented a dry printing process called electrophotography or Xerox. However, the technology wasn’t an instant success and it is said that Carlson was turned down by several companies before striking a deal with a small photo-paper company named Haloid, giving them the rights to develop a xerographic machine. Haloid later changed its name to Xerox. 20 years later in 1959, the first Xerox office copier, 914, was presented to the public. Prior to this, in 1953, the first high-speed printer was developed by Remington-Rand. Following on from these technological developments, in 1969, the original laser printer was built by Xerox Engineer, Gary Starkweather, using the Xerox technology and adding a laser beam. This build was completed in 1971. IBM state that in 1976, the very first IBM 3800 was installed in the office of an accounting firm and was the industry’s first high-speed, laser printer. IBM claim that this was the first printer to combine laser technology and electrophotography. Paw Print Copiers – Printing Technology Fast forward to the modern day and we now have a wide variety of printers available in various shapes and sizes. Printers are undeniably useful in various settings, including education establishments and offices. Here at Paw Print Copiers, we have been providing a dedicated printer repair and rental services for many years, helping to ensure your projects are always on time. Whether you print your work through a large format printer or a standard office printer, we can help. For more information on our services, please call today on 01525 854 698 or send your enquiry through to our online contact form.

Common Issues With Your Printer

20th February 2019
Whatever industry or type of workplace you work you work in, if the photocopier begins playing up when you need to use it, frustrations can mount quickly. Here at Paw Print Copiers, we have been repairing photocopiers of all sizes and models for many years and in our latest post, we have put together a list of the most commonly reported problems with photocopiers. Paper Jams This is a sign that you don’t want to see when trying to print your documents in a hurry. Paper jams can occur due to a few reasons, including using the wrong paper size or loading the paper incorrectly. To fix this issue you will usually just need to remove the jammed paper manually or realign the paper. The Printer Won’t Print You’ve sent your document to the printer and for some reason, the printer won’t spring into life and begin printing. If you haven’t got an error message pointing you to the problem, try checking that the printer is still connected to a USB or Ethernet cable. If you are using a wireless network, make sure the correct network has been selected. If you’re sure that your printer is sufficiently connected, you may also try checking the printer driver which may need to be reinstalled. If you are still having trouble, take a look at your user manual for any other instructions. Printer Ink Low The accuracy of a low ink warning will vary between the make and model of your printer, so you may not actually need to go out and buy more ink the day you spot the warning sign. The only way to know exactly how much ink you have left is to keep using your printer as normal until the quality drops or until the printer stops printing. When the low ink warning flashes up again in the future, you will know roughly how much more you can print until you’ll need to invest in new ink. Paw Print Copiers Paw Print Copiers have been repairing printers of all sizes, makes and models for many years. If you are in need of printer repair or perhaps you’re looking to buy or lease a printer, we can help. Please call Paw Print Copiers today on 01525 854 698.
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