Re: Printers Revisited

From: Alan Dechert <alan_at_openvotingconsortium_dot_org>
Date: Sat May 22 2004 - 14:36:49 CDT

> In this printer (and in many others), pages are emitted into a bin
> similar to the input bin, with pages facing backwards, in collated
> order. No one standing more than a couple feet away (and even then,
> only from a specific angle towards the back of the printer) could see a
> ballot in the output tray. You can flip a mechanical switch to emit
> pages out the slot at bottom (face up), but usually that is used for
> envelopes or thicker stock (which may be necessary anyway, depending on
> our paper selection--if we were to use this model).
Not sure about that. I used to have a 5L (got it on eBay for $75 and sold
it two years later on eBay for $50). As I recall, the printed side came out
facing you.

Alan D.
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