prnt tree downtown bramladesh at the four corners intersection (maine and da queens) beside the flower theatre same unit as algoma univershitty across the street from macaronz and with a starfucks nearby
fuck I'm going to be eating poutine and pho a lot if I'm lazy to pack lunches
correction, if the envelope stuffing job is specified to only 1 sheet per envelope, it spits them out every 2 seconds. the past couple weeks I've been doing addressed ad-mail for vet clinics all over canada and pretty much each one of them have over 1,000 names/addresses on record.
the daily lettermail jobs I end up doing and they're all invoices for these giant companies. I once did a lettermail stuffing job last month where the invoice was over 100 pages, and billed for figuratively over 9,000 CAD. it was for some conference calling service or some shit.
holy fuck we do a fuckload of print jobs for the city of bramladesh. a lot of the posters you see around the downtown core (main+queen) are all printed at my workplace. I frequently have to make deliveries to city hall and other places within walking distance.
p.s. everyone who works on the upper floors at city hall are all in shared, cramped cubicle spaces. all the executives located near the topmost floors have all the nice offices.
so we had to replace our nuvera 100 (above) because xerox decided to discontinue servicing and technical support for it as of the beginning of this year.
rip, it was a great machine too that did practically everything.
we are now running a xerox 4127:
doesn't do everything the nuvera had to offer, but this machine outputs at a much faster rate. I hated when I had to print a single sheet of paper from the nuvera and it had to warm up for a good minute before outputting. the 4127 does the same process within seconds, which is nice.
the nuvera was sold off but I actually don't know where it ended up. my guess is that it's probably sitting in one of xerox's warehouses since it's a fairly dated model and I can't imagine anyone wanting to lease or buy it at this day and age. it took 4–5 moving guys to muscle the thing out of our shop even after separating it into the individual units, lol.
right behind our canon imagerunner c9065 is a xerox 490 ST, which was actually fully functional up until about october of last year—we used it only as a backup printer when the main machine was occupied with a print job or experiencing downtime due to maintenance/servicing. it suddenly experienced hard drive failure, so we can no longer boot up the machine as expected. and because it's a fucking dinosaur of a printer, it's impossible to get it serviced. one of our technicians that came in for a service call on the 4127 decided to check it out and it's a glorified paperweight at this point rip