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Printers for Sale - Cheap - Copy, Fax, Scan and Print!! I am selling cheap and cost effective printers (copy, fax, scan and print), Lexmark X215; HP + HP LaserJet and Samsung (MLND). The Price is from R250 – R. If you buy a printer from me will sell you Cartridges at a reasonable price as little as R250 (which can print more than copies). Contact on me on for an order?
KYOCERA FS-3640 MFP at R6000 A4 mono printer Print, Scan, Copy & Fax 40 Pages per minute 600x600 dpi Duty Cycle 200,000 ppm KYOCERA FS-C2626 MFP at R8000 A4 Colour Printer Print, Scan, Copy & Fax 26 Copies per minute 600x600dpi Duty Cycle 100,000 KYOCERA FS-6525 MFP at R9000 A3 Black and white printer Print, Scan, Copy & Fax 25 Pager per minute 600x600 dpi Duty Cycle 80,000 KYOCERA TASKALFA 2550ci at R12 000 A3 Colour printer Print, Scan, Copy & Fax 25 Copies per minute 600x600 dpi Duty Cycle 100,000 KYOCERA FS-3920DN at R900 A4 Printer (black & printing only) 40 Pages per minute UP TO 1200 dpi Duty Cycle 200,000ppm *All Printers comes with a 6 Month Warranty *Excellent After Sale Support *We do deliveries in jhb and pta Contact Kenneth on 748 - show phone - 1
OKI Dot matrix Printer OKI Micro line ML & ML-Pin Dot Matrix Printer High performance, versatile printer for dedicated forms printing The ML/ML narrow and wide carriage printers are suited to high speed, high volume data and word processing applications where fast throughput and flexible paper management are required. Outstanding reliability, ease-of use and barcoding facilities make them ideal for customer service points in wholesale, retail and service environments that produce applications. Highlights: • column dot matrix printers • High durability 9-pin print head • Up to 435 characters per second print speed • Multi-part paper-handling (original + 4 copies) • Wide carriage (ML) ideal for accounts applications ML New R no box ML Reconditioned R Fully serviced OKI 520 Reconditioned R Fully Serviced Call Adrian
Selling my two samsung printers for R..one requires a toner cart and other one paper jams (sometimes) maybe 70 copies made then i jams only once only crc buyers plz
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I am selling cheap and cost effective printers (copy, fax, scan and print), Lexmark X215; HP + HP LaserJet and Samsung (MLND). The Price is from R350 – R. If you buy a printer from me will sell you Cartridges at a reasonable price as little as R300 (which can print more than copies). Contact on me on for an order?
I am selling two OLIVETTI d-Color MF printers. 1 Printer is in working and has the following features: · 30 pages per minute · Usb 2.0 (Hi Speed) PC Connection · First copy Out in under 10.1 Seconds · Mb Memory & Standard 120Gb Hard Drive · 250 Sheet Paper Tray · 100 Sheet Manual Feed · Monthly Recommended Volume (Combined)- copies Price excludes the stand. The second machine is not in working order and can be repaired or stripped for spares……
HP Laserjet MNF Printer - Perfect condition. Compact multifunction Black-and-white printer that prints, scans, faxes, and copies - Print Black-and-white dpi text and graphics as fast as 24 ppm - Scan in full-color at ultra-high dpi resolution - 250-sheet paper tray, 10-sheet priority tray, 50-sheet ADF - Network-ready Ethernet connectivity, USB R550 HP LASERJET PRO 200 COLOR MFP PRINTER
Colour multifunctional for A3, A4 & A5 formats Copy, Scan, Print, Fax USB 2.0 Interface FastEthernet (10/100BaseTX), Slot 25pages/min A4, 13pages/min A3 Color and black & white 100 000 copies/ month duty cycle 6 months carry in/carry out warranty with an excellent after sale support from certified and experienced printer technicians. We also provide deliveries within Johannesburg and Pretoria Jurisdiction at an extra fee.
Formed in 1916 as The Rhodesia Native Regiment, its troops were blooded with honour in the East African campaign. Disbanded in 1919, the regiment was re-formed in 1940 during World War II as The Rhodesian African Rifles, seeing action in Burma. In the 1950s, the regiment distinguished itself further during the Malayan Emergency. During the 1960s and 1970s, the regiment was at the forefront of hostilities in the bloody Rhodesian bush war. Ironically, it was after Zimbabwean independence in 1980, that the RARs finest hour came, when, fighting for their erstwhile enemy, Mugabe, the soldiers of the RAR defeated Nkomos invading ZIPRA armies at the battles of Entumbane in Bulawayo. Masodja London launch address - Brigadier D. Heppenstall: 09/11/07 Lord Salisbury, our President, General Lord Michael Walker, the son of our battalion 2ic in Burma in World War 2, honoured guests, members of the Association, ladies and gentlemen. Like the Battle of Waterloo, this has been a close run thing. Yesterday morning I received four copies of Masodja from the printers in Durban, South Africa, by special delivery, and the main consignment only arrived at Heathrow yesterday evening. The main reason for the four by special delivery was so that we could present one of them to Prince Philip when he signed our Regimental Drumskin at lunchtime yesterday. He was most intrigued when Tobias Mutangadura pointed out to him his photograph taken at the Malayan Independence Merdeka celebrations fifty years ago in 1957. Anyway to get back to the main topic, the reasons why we almost didnt succeed in getting the books here for the launch were several. Firstly it was published and printed in South Africa on the one hand and the author and Regimental Association in the UK on the other. This of course prevented close liaison between the two sides although the use of email made things far easier than they used to be. Most of the text was completed by Alex Binda several years ago, although there were gaps in the records available, and more information was received right up to the last minute. Originally we had planned to have the Launch last April to coincide with our Regimental Day, Tanlwe Chaung Day. This was deemed too early, and it was put back to July, the month in which the Regiment was formed. In the meantime, however, in conjunction with Chris Cocks, Alex had written the History of the RLI, The Saints, which had a very impressive Launch last June. Chris Cocks, our publisher at 30 Degrees South, advised us that a July Launch would be too close to the Saints Launch and recommended that it be postponed to Remembrance Weekend which we agreed and set the wheels in motion to hire this hall and invite our VIP guests. Apart from the distance between publishers and originators, other mitigating factors included the sheer volume of photographs of which about 75% have been included. These were still being annotated about ten days before the book went to print! Another major factor which nearly caused a postponement was the bad reaction to a new course of medicine prescribed to Kerrin Cocks. This resulted in her being rushed into intensive care followed by a two week break to recuperate. Kerrin is a vital cog in the 30 Degrees South machine, but was soon back on line to rush things through. Pinetown Printers in Durban did a great job in completing those books which we have here today, and in fact they were working 24 hours over the whole of last weekend. We owe a debt of gratitude to all involved in the publication, to Chris and Kerrin Cocks for their expertise, to Pinetown Printers and to Bill Welsh for acting as our Marshal Blucher and arriving with the books in the nick of time. Apart, of course, from Alex Binda, I owe a special thank you to John Hopkins, Iain Harper, Bridget Wells-West and all those who supplied photographs and reminiscences of their time in the Regiment. I would now like to deal with our four members whom we invited over from Zimbabwe. This has been possible due to the magnificent support given by the Royal Commonwealth Ex-Services League who paid all their expenses. Our four who came over are: Captain Machakada Patrick Nelomwe: He attested in time to go to the Canal Zone, Egypt, with 1RAR in 1952, and has subsequently seen service in Malaya, the Nyasaland Emergency, the Congo border and the Rhodesian bush war. He rose from company clerk in A Company to ORQMS in the 1st Battalion in 1980. He was commissioned, subsequently in the Zimbabwe National Army (ZNA). Major Tobias Chenharu Mutangadura DMM: A member of the Rhodesian Army Education Corps who served almost all his time with 1RAR. By 1980 he was a WO1 and had been awarded the Defence Forces Medal for Meritorious Service (DMM). He was commissioned in the ZNA, and retired as major. He was curator of the Gweru Military Museum for several years. RSM Gibson Zanago Mugadza BCR: A very talented half back in my battalion football team in his younger days. In the Rhodesian bush war he was awarded the Bronze Cross of Rhodesia (BCR) for outstanding leadership and bravery in action. He retired from the Army after 1980 as RSM at the School of Infantry, Gwelo. RSM Obert Veremu DMM: Obert was in my platoon in Malaya where he was a junior NCO, leading scout and tracker. That was exactly 50 years ago. He rose steadily through the ranks, was a champion 110 mile marcher and was awarded his DMM in 1972. He was RSM 1RAR from 1977 to 1978 and 3RAR from its formation in 1978 until after independence when he retired and went farming. The four are ideally situated throughout the country. Patrick is in Bulawayo, Tobias in Gweru, Gibson in Harare and Obert in the Vumba. They will be able to tell all our old comrades that the Regiment is still very much alive! I must now emphasise that the main reason that they arrived here at all is thanks to Lt-Col Malcolm Clewer, the Chairman of our Association in Zimbabwe and also the Chairman of the Harare Branch of the Legion
OKI MC332dn - multifunction printer | Brand New & Sealed * Original Product * Valid Manufacturer's Guarantee * Fast Delivery OKI Product Code: Availability: 1 in Stock Automatic duplex printing, copying, and scanning as standard with color print speeds up to 20 ppm 50-sheet reverse automatic document feeder for quick and easy copying and scanning double-sided documents Intuitive menus and controls with one touch simple user interface Overlay function enables you to save logos or forms in the MFP memory, for re-use in other documents Multiple copying and scanning configurations with single or double sided output ID card copying for simple copying of double sided ID cards on a single sheet Document collation automatically sorts copies of multi-page documents Deep sleep mode reduces energy consumption to less than 1.2 W Auto-off mode automatically powers down from deep sleep, reducing energy consumption to 0.5 W when not in use PrintSuperVision helps you control and resolve issues with printers across your networks Print job accounting provides visibility and across your network Overview The MC332dn is the perfect print, scan and copy device for a micro business or home office with a low usage and print volume requirement. Color print speeds of 20 ppm and mono print speeds of 22 ppm provide the user with the flexibility to print their marketing materials in-house. Specifications Product Description OKI MC332dn - multifunction printer (colour) Device Type Printer / copier / scanner Printing Technology LED (colour) Monthly Duty Cycle (max) pages Recommended Monthly Volume pages Max Copying Speed Up to 22 ppm (mono) / up to 20 ppm (colour) Max Copying Resolution Up to 600 x 600 dpi (mono) / up to 600 x 600 dpi (colour) Max Printing Speed Up to 22 ppm (mono) / up to 20 ppm (colour) Max Printing Resolution Up to x 600 dpi (mono) / up to x 600 dpi (colour) Scanning x dpi Display 3.5" Original Size A x 297 mm) (max) Original Type Sheets Document Feeder Capacity 50 sheets Media Size 210 x mm (max) Media Type Envelopes, plain paper, cards, photo paper, banner Standard Media Capacity 350 sheets Max Media Capacity 350 sheets Bypass Feeder Capacity 100 sheets Output Trays Capacity 150 sheets Automatic Duplexing Yes (copying) Yes (printing) Yes (scanning) PC Connection Availability Yes PC Connection LAN, USB host, USB 2.0 Office Machine Features Save to USB flash drive, scan to e-mail, scan to network Power AC 230 V (Hz) Dimensions (WxDxH) 42.7 cm x 50.9 cm x 44.4 cm Weight 29 kg Microsoft Certification Compatible with Windows 7 Environmental Standards ENERGY STAR Qualified Manufacturer Warranty 3 years warranty with product registration Delivery & FAQ's * Metropolitan Areas - Delivery of this item within 3 business days after payment reflects * Outlying Areas - Please allow 5 business days after payment reflects for delivery of this item This item carries a vaild manufacturers warranty/guarantee. Manufacturer's Code: OKI
High performance, versatile printer for dedicated forms printing 80 column dot-matrix printer High durability 9 pin print head 435 characters per second print speed Multi-part paper handling (original + 4 copies) Wide carriage (ML) ideal for accounts applications The Microline has been especially designed for situations where fast throughput and flexible paper management are required. Outstanding reliability, ease of use and various in-built barcodes makes this printers the ideal tool for industrial, commercial and service environments. Price is Negotiable.
Cape Town (Western Cape)
FOR SALE R 395 000.00 Selling as a going concern at the busy SPAR Complex, Riebeeckstad, Welkom Services presently offered: Copies, Faxes, Email, Photo Printing, Binding, Lamination Internet access with 8 work stations Fully equipped computer and laptop repair workshop Stock of Computers, Laptops, Computer components, Printers etc. Excellent income and huge potential for further growth and additional services. Price includes all Assets (Approx R250k) and all Stock (Approx R140k) Serious Buyers only Contact: 810 - show phone - 4
Welkom (Free State)
5 X Toshiba eStudio 233 printers for sale A3 A4 Double sided copies
Acquire your Dot Matrix/Specs/136 Column/9 Pin/510Cps In Fast Draft/1 + 5 Copies/240 X 140 Dpi/Print Head Life 300 Million Strokes Per Wire/Usb/Parallel/Ethernet/Std Warranty/1 Year Lexrepair, limited available for this price. LiveChat! Michael direk op support.za.net of kry ons LiveChat! App vanaf support.za.net/app om in verbinding te bly. Terms & Conditions Apply: see ultiweb.za.net/terms-conditions Brand: Lexmark Product Code: 0011C2969 Product Category: Printers
Kimberley (Northern Cape)
Buried in paper? HP can help. The 9200c Digital Sender makes it easy to create electronic copies of your paper documents so you can distribute them easily, store them efficiently, and organize them right along with your other electronic files. With the HP 9200c Digital Sender, you'll dramatically improve productivity, reduce costs, and improve competitiveness by automating document workflows. The 9200c allows you to easily, accurately and securely scan documents to e-mail, network folders, fax services and printers. Scan and send in a flash with speeds of up to 47 black-and-white images per minute (ipm) letter and up to 30 color ipm letter. The device handles paper sizes from 3.9" by 5.8" to 8.5" by 14". Plus, your 9200c processes documents sent to network folders through ReadIris Optical Character Recognition (OCR) and converts them from image files to searchable text files in popular file formats, including searchable.PDF,.XML,.RTF.HTML and.TXT
Pantum M6500NW A4 Multifunction Print / Copy / Scan /Network / Wi-Fi Mono Laser Printer- Up to 22ppm Mono Print on A4, 1200 × 1200 dpi Resolution, 128MB Memory, 150 Sheet Input Tray, Flatbed Scanner, WiFi IEEE 802.11b/g/n, High-speed USB 2.0, Retail Box, 1 year Limited Warranty Product Overview Pantum is an international producer and provider of professional printing solutions. Backed by 13 years of industry experience, they specialise in producing reliable and affordable printers that provide a simple printing experience. The New Pantum M6500NW A4 Multifunction Print / Copy / Scan /Network / Wi-Fi Mono Laser Printer is ideally suited for SMB, SOHO, and medium to large business customers optimum quality printing solutions that delivers fast and high quality printouts, scans and copies through convenient features all at an affordable cost, this compact and reliable machine covers the office and home needs in one. Highlights ¿ A4 Multifunction Print / Copy / Scan /Network / Wi-Fi Mono Laser Printer ¿ Up to 22ppm Mono Print on A4 and 23ppm (Letter) ¿ Less than 7.8 Seconds First page ¿ 1200 × 1200 dpi Resolution Print and Scan ¿ 600MHz Processor ¿ 128MB Memory ¿ 150 Sheet Input Tray ¿ Manual Duplex mode ¿ Flatbed Scanner ¿max Scan size 216 x 297mm ¿ WiFi IEEE 802.11b/g/n, High-speed USB 2.0 ¿ Ethernet Lan 10 / 100 base-tx. ¿ Additional functions: ID copy, Receipt copy, N-up copy, Clone copy ¿ Output function Scan to PC, Scan to E-mail, PC, FTP, iOS /Android ¿ Paper input capacity 150Pages ¿ Paper output capacity 100 Pages ¿ Shipped with Starter cartridge
OKI Microline 3391eco - printer | 01308501 Brand New & Sealed * Original Product * Valid Manufacturer's Guarantee * Fast Delivery OKI Product Code: 01308501 Availability: 1 in Stock 80/136 column dot matrix printers 24-pin print head with OKI reliability Up to 390 characters per second print speed Multi-part paper-handling (original + 4 copies) Ideal for general use and printing of invoices, statements, management information etc. Overview The Microline 3391 narrow and wide carriage printer is designed for users who require excellent quality and flexibility from a single printer. The Microline 3391 is ideal for volume applications requiring high throughput and flexible changing between various print media. High reliability, ease of use and various in-built barcodes makes this printer the ideal tool for industrial, commercial, service, small business and office environments. Specifications Product Description OKI Microline 3391eco - printer - monochrome - dot-matrix Printer Type Workgroup printer - dot-matrix - 24 pin - monochrome Weight 7.6 kg Media Size Class A3 Max Media Size A3 (297 x 420 mm), continuous paper 76 mm - 406 mm (width) Max Media Size (Custom) 406 mm Print Speed Up to 390 ppm - max speed ¦ Up to 260 char/sec - normal ¦ Up to 312 char/sec - normal ¦ Up to 104 char/sec - near letter ¦ Up to 87 char/sec - near letter Max Resolution (B&W) 360 dpi Interface Parallel, USB RAM Installed (Max) 128 KB Language Simulation IBM AGM, IBM PPR, EPSON LQ Barcodes OCR-A, OCR-B Media Type Envelopes, labels, plain paper, continuous forms Power AC 230V Manufacturer Warranty 3 years warranty with product registration (Germany - 3 years (on-site) with product registration) Dimensions (WxDxH) 55.2 cm x 34.5 cm x 11.6 cm Delivery & FAQ's * Metropolitan Areas - Delivery of this item within 3 business days after payment reflects * Outlying Areas - Please allow 5 business days after payment reflects for delivery of this item This item carries a valid manufacturers warranty/guarantee. Manufacturer's Code: 01308501 OKI
South Africa (All cities)
"Voyage de Mr. Le Vaillant dans l'Interieur de l'Afrique par Le Cap De Bonne-Esperance, dans les Annees 1780, 81, 82, 83, 84, & 85." Mr. Le Vaillant's Travels to the interior of South Africa from the Cape of Good Hope, in the years 1780 - 85. First edition of Le Vaillant's famous work, published at Liege in 1790 by the printers of Le Journal General de L'Europe. The two volumes are complete with all twelve plates and fold-out plates present. Volume I, 341pp. Volume II 359pp. The two books are in excellent condition with clean, fresh pages, no inscriptions and no tears. The text is clean and the text block is square. There are only two defects on these two copies: a). the missing leather backstrips on the spine which can easily and esthetically be replaced by a skilled bookbinder, and b). a former owner's bookplates have been removed, but this can be replaced with a new bookplate. This copy contains what is known amongst collectors as the "suppressed plate". Mendelssohn describes it as follows: 'Among the plates in these volumes is that of "A Hottentot Woman," showing the peculiar conformation sometimes found in females of this race. This plate was afterwards suppressed, and in other editions it has been replaced by an illustration entitled "A dangerous attack of a Tiger." Another source states that this plate is "sometimes found painted over or with an apron of fur and beads added," the plate in this copy, however, has escaped 18th century censure (see below). During a visit to one of the isolated Hottentot tribes in the far interior of the country Le Vaillant's keen ornithologist's eye noticed a young Gonaqua girl and he spends a considerable part of the second volume rhapsodizing about her elegance and beauty. He describes in detail their fascination - infatuation, even - with each other, yet frequently feels compelled to mention to his european readers that their flirtations were "entirely innocent". On one occasion he asked her what her name was and upon hearing it decided that it was decidedly unpronounceable. Consequently he renamed her "Narina", which was the Hottentot word for flower. Although the 18th century copperplate engraving of Narina is rather crudely executed, her elegance and beauty is still quite apparent (see below). An interesting hunt of the now extinct Cape Blue Buck is described in the early part of the first volume. This happened just past the Botrivier (Hermanus district) and Le Vaillant made a sketch of the beast on the spot, noting that it is the most beautiful antelope species he had ever seen. His sketch of the animal is one of the few examples drawn from life that have remained. He would of course not have known what the ultimate fate of this antelope species would be, and the modern reader can find it a bit frustrating how he describes in detail the habits of animals that are still common today - his preoccupation with Giraffes being but one example - but only gives a cursory comment about animals that have long since disappeared, like the Quagga, the Cape Lion and the Blue Buck. levaillant
South Africa (All cities)