A couple of weeks ago I showed a link to a drawing of a printer table
that I was going to build.
The links to the finished product.
The white is GF Antique White Milk paint. GF Cherry gel stain for the
top and shelves.
On Saturday, April 20, 2019 at 1:12:35 PM UTC-7, email@example.com wrote
It has been more than 15 years since I have used a bottom-feed printer (Oki
data dot matrix). This design appears to have been purpose-designed and bui
lt for more modern printers. Only if it was designed for mass production su
pporting various obsolete printers would the lack of a slot matter. It appe
ars to me that the one customer that matters is satisfied.
On 4/20/2019 4:22 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
There is a paper tray on the bottom of the unit and holds about 100
sheets. There is also a back single feed for envelopes or heavy stock
or photographs. Oddly also a tray to print CD's.
FWIW this is a relatively new design for Epson, the RT 7700. The ink
tanks fill from much more inexpensive bottles. A full refresh of all 5
tanks cost $60. It came with two sets, 10 bottles of ink.
Bought in early December and used at least weekly and printed about 80
Christmas letters with full art work on those pages. Tanks are
approximately 85% full. My previous Epson cost $120 for a refresh of
new cartridges and would be empty by now.
On 4/21/2019 5:55 PM, email@example.com wrote:
No, this is not one of those, it was $399.00, on sale. But I'm already
about $120 ahead because I have not had to change cartridges already. I
suspect that once I use the ink that is in it now I will be $$$ ahead.
A while back there was one of those "top ten" lists of most expensive
liquids per gallon. Although I couldn't believe some of it, among the
various scotch and perfume concoctions black printer ink came in at
number 8, blood was at #10. Of course this was followed a few weeks
later by report of a crash involving a semi truck that was hauling
printer ink. I was hoping they would mention the insurance claim numbers...
On Saturday, April 20, 2019 at 2:55:48 PM UTC-5, Leon wrote:
Very nice, Leon. I like the contrasting colors.
If I may, Re: chair railing idea, it reminds me of a old dresser (without t
he mirror) I stripped and refinished for use as a bedroom side table. I s
uppose the back edge of the printer table is flush to its carcass, as is my
dresser table. Despite the floor molding allowing space from the wall, t
he top of my dresser table would, now and then, hit the wall, scratching th
e wall/paint. I put two small stickum felt pads on the back edge, to keep
the wall from being damaged. Should this become an experience you have,
felt pads will work and not be readily seen.
Great minds!!! Yes the top is flush with the back of the cabinet for
the exact reason you mentioned. The baseboard keeps the unit about 1/2"
from the wall and allows the wiring to drop down behind the unit.
the wiring will be my buffer. ;~) Otherwise I do always have on hand
1/2" x 1/8" clear cabinet door bumpers.
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