Why buy a new one? I am sure a good vendor could identify a good one which a
company no longer needs or is replacing in bulk which would meet your needs.
Probably give it to you.
Dr. Robert L. Bailey
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From: "Janet L Nelson" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Monday, December 30, 2002 12:03 PM
Subject: Microfilm Reader Printers
> Hopefully this group can give me some help. I am looking for a reader
> printer to replace our old one, which is no longer repairable. We don't
> use it often, but as with many things, when we need it, it must work.
> is what I am looking for: an analog model, not a digital one, prints from
> negative film, has rotation capabilities, and handles roll film. I have
> done some research over the internet and have talked to a couple vendors.
> What I have noticed is that screen size for most are 12" by 12", but some
> are smaller. What I would like is the unbiased opinion of this group as
> what is good and, maybe, what to stay away from. Any recommendation?
> I will consider a used model if I have some assurances of the reliability
> of the company offering it for sale. If you have dealt with and have had
> good or bad results from a company that offers reconditioned equipment, I
> would appreciate hearing from you.
> Yes, vendors may contact me if you have something that fits my needs, is
> for low volume use, and reasonably priced. Budgets are tight and I really
> don't want to waste your time or mine with discussions of more elaborate
> Janet Nelson CRM
> Manager Records
> Dairyland Power Cooperative
> 3200 East Avenue South
> PO Box 817
> La Crosse WI 54602-0817
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