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Nevis Printing

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bw-research

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bw-research is the main "workhorse" printer. It's a fast black-and-white HP P4014 printer. This printer has a duplexing feature, which allows you to print on both sides of a sheet of paper. To use the feature on Linux, the command is:
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bw-research is the main "workhorse" printer. It's a fast black-and-white HP M601 printer. This printer has a duplexing feature, which allows you to print on both sides of a sheet of paper. To use the feature on Linux, the command is:
 
lpr -Pbw-research -o Duplex=DuplexNoTumble <filename>
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Option lpr option
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Manual lpr -o InputSlot=Tray1
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Upper lpr -o InputSlot=Tray2
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Lower lpr -o InputSlot=Tray2
 
Duplex lpr -o Duplex=DuplexNoTumble

When you put three-hole-punch paper in the lower bin, it's commonly combined with the duplex option to print long documents that can be placed in loose-leaf binders. For example:

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  bw-admin is a smaller, slightly slower (25 ppm) black-and-white HP4100 printer located at the end of the west corridor of the upper floor of the Nevis research building. It does not have duplex printing. It is meant for the use of the people who have offices along that corridor, but it can also be used as an "overflow" printer if bw-research is busy.
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bw-annex

This is a B&W printer located in the Nevis Annex at Pupin. It supports duplex printing.

color-annex (or colour-annex)

This is a color printer located in the Nevis Annex at Pupin. It differs from the color printer at Nevis in that it has only one input tray.
 

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bw-design

 
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