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    Below 5 C

    Got machines in cold rooms?

    Yea no that is a bad idea.
    Next to the doors these printers are lined up for 15 loading bays so about 7 machines.
    Every time a door opens moisture condenses on every thing.
    Respect to these machines for surviving this.
    Cool to see steam come out of the paper as it prints.

    Frozen developer anyone?

    Whatever

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    Re: Below 5 C

    Have you tried PE paper? Could do the trick.
    ....steam is fun though.

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    Re: Below 5 C

    43 degrees C with almost negative humidity seems to do wonders for the machines. I've seen machines in environments where the temperature is over that which our safety board in America deems safe for employees to work in at about 48 degrees C. Tends to clog toner supply up when it's all just one big brick.


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    Re: Below 5 C

    Quote Originally Posted by habik View Post
    Have you tried PE paper? Could do the trick.
    ....steam is fun though.

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    No way the customer will pay for that.
    Will have to fight thru it. Noting makes yield in there.
    Its part of a bigger contract so i guess the loss have been accepted.

    Have had machines in cold rooms before, but normally in insulated offices.
    These are out in the open except for the pipe cages they made for them so that the forklift drivers don't take them out.

    Whatever

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