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On 18-01-12 00:51, Jay Lozier wrote:

On 01/17/2012 06:20 PM, Sylvia Schmidt wrote:

True two-sided printing requires a more expensive printer because the
paper feed is more complex. In the US the only two-sided "printers" I
have seen are larger office copier/printer combinations; most of the
desktop printers print one-sided.

Many people do not have a printer capable of true two-sided printing
because most home and office printers are designed for one-sided
printing. They print one sheet straight through and can not reverse feed
to print automatically on the reverse side. The paper feed is much
simpler, hence less expensive and should be more reliable.

OT: I use The Samsung ML2855ND laser printer - which costs here (The Netherlands) ~ 150 euro - to print sheet music double sided, which I think is not expensive.

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