[ale] Need Tractor Feed Dot Matrix printer
hbbs at comcast.net
Wed Dec 8 20:54:06 EST 2004
I always liked the Okidata Pacemark 3410 - nearly straight paper path
(great for carbons), optional bottom tractor feed and single- or
dual-bin sheet feeder. Epson and IBM compatibility modes. I'd love an
excuse to buy one again.
On Wed, 2004-12-08 at 16:26, Nathan J. Underwood wrote:
> I've got some Okidata's lying around that I've not gotten around to
> putting on ebay yet. They're black and white only (no color). Email me
> off board if you're interested.
> registered linux user # 73046
> Nathan J. Underwood
> Cyber Tech Cafe' <><
> Allan Neal wrote:
> > I have an old ALPS (Epson compatible) 24 pin color dot matrix. Not sure the
> > exact model anymore, but I believe it will do everything you require. I even
> > have about a reem worth of tractor feed paper for it.
> > Let me know if you are interested.
> > Allan
> > On Wed, Dec 08, 2004 at 02:58:39AM -0500, Bob Toxen wrote:
> >>I'm looking for an inexpensive Dot matrix printer that has
> >>Tractor Feed and Friction Feed that will work on both 8.5 x 11 paper
> >>(actually 9.5 inches wide including the tear off parts with holes)
> >>and "1 up address labels" and has parallel port support.
> >>(My old one finally died after a measly 18 years and it's time to spit
> >>out labels for monthly billing.)
> >>I don't care whether it's used or new but looking for impact rather than
> >>ink jet (due to cost of refills).
> >>Anybody want to sell me one or point me at a store?
> >>(I know about MicroSeconds, Freys, and MicroCenter)
> >>Bob Toxen
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