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    Print on two printers at the same time

    Hello,


    I have a client who has two identical printers with the same drivers but in two different places (office and orders).


    They do not have a server. They would like to send a print only once and print in both printers. I thought it was easy: activate the print spool. In reality this does not work because it serves to print in the first freeest printer.


    Does any of you know any program that allows this?

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    Re: Print on two printers at the same time

    according to Google

    Three programs that can print to two printers at the same time are "LeadTools ePrint Professional," "INTELLIscribe" and "Print Distributor." Assign the two printers that you want to use at the same time. The interfaces are all basically the same for each application. Open the software that you want to print from.

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    Re: Print on two printers at the same time

    Hi, thanks a lot!


    Yes, I found this software. Unfortunately, they are all paid.


    I thought it was a much simpler thing.


    Thanks again,
    Bix

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    Re: Print on two printers at the same time

    Probably it's not serious company. Free is good, but what if there's an issue and he needs support right away?


    You get what you pay for.


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    Re: Print on two printers at the same time

    I share your thoughts but the company interested in this solution is very small.


    In that case, I will suggest them to spend more time and send the copy twice.

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    Re: Print on two printers at the same time

    ive never used it but i think what your after is print pool

    with both copiers installed install a 3rd cue and call it for example "both"

    intially install it with the correct driver but just give it a random port and delete it later, so something like 192.168.10.10

    once installed open printer properties again and go to ports. tick enable printer pooling then select both printer ports used by the 2 copiers. it should allow you to select both.

    now im guessing when you print it will go to both.

    worth a shot.

    this info might help
    How to create a network printer pool

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    Re: Print on two printers at the same time

    Quote Originally Posted by Xer0615 View Post
    according to Google

    Three programs that can print to two printers at the same time are "LeadTools ePrint Professional," "INTELLIscribe" and "Print Distributor." Assign the two printers that you want to use at the same time. The interfaces are all basically the same for each application. Open the software that you want to print from.
    Kyo EasyPrint can do that also, it was once createt to replace dot matrix printers. You can use it to print also to more than 2 printers. There is no need to use Kyocers machines, you can use every printer driver you want, but the software is not free of charge. See: Kyocera | Software | KYOeasyprint

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