One of the most expensive items in any functioning and productive office, studio, workshop or medical reception area is that of the office designed printer and all its related apparatus; the paper feed tray, the digital operating panel or interface, the scanner, as well as the facsimile line. Particularly for those new to digital and printing devices, the more up to date the make/model, the more complex it appears to be to use.
But fortunately, all and sundry can be taught to make perfectly good and efficient use of their operating equipment. Manuals will be included in the purchased package. There are also online guides, with video demonstrations, that could be followed. But even still, it is just so easy to put a finger wrong. Folks may be scared because they might jam the machine, and then what happens is usually not nice.
Right out of the box, this is a machine that could break so easily without the user even trying. Perhaps it would be better to utilize the services of a printer service and repair technician or IT technician to be trained on how to use the electronic and digital devices correctly and efficiently. Efficiency of purpose is a strong encouragement because, cumulatively, without the hindsight of a regular maintenance inspection by the printer service technician, the keeping and general running of the machine can be quite expensive.
The printer is on electrical power for most of the productive day. Someone needs to be taught to switch the machine off at night and then re-program it in the morning, if necessary. There is still the matter of ink cartridges, as well as paper cartons. And wouldn’t an email be far more cost-efficient and convenient than sending a fax.