Question about Canon imageRUNNER 3300 All-In-One Laser Printer
No, there's no producer intrest in this. you have to make many copies for selling toner and new machines.
A setting to limit on 4 copies and a pause between it is not a setting.
People wil make fast personal copies rather then go to the man with the big cheap copier and ask to do it fot them.
you can only set a a number of copies at an id.
an id is a number with pasword.
Or you can use a chipcard system on the copier.
Network print solutions can only limit the printing from computers not the manual copies.
So people print the document from the computer and manual make 100 copies. Only one copy is counted....
Posted on Jun 04, 2008
The only way is to goto additional functions > System Settings> dept I.D > set a user code and password, then you can set a copy limit per user id, once a copy limit is reached you have to reset it or create a new user I.D. Thats the only way, you can also get reports on how many copies each I.D has done..
Hope this helps
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