shopping for a printer

We’ve been using an original LaserJet 4 that I bought eleven years ago. It still serves its purpose quite well, but there are a few things that are finally becoming bothersome about it. The main problem right now is that there is no way to turn it into a duplex printer and we want to print a run of books in the next few weeks.

It appears, though, that one of our requirements for such a new printer is a fairly unconventional one: We want it to have little tolerance on how it draws paper. Most printers I’ve had my hands on in the last few years are not particularly reliable in printing the lines parallel to the edges of the sheet. More often than not, you can definitely notice the difference. Duplex printing makes this even worse: the two pages don’t line up well enough because the mechanics of the printer are not good enough.

Now, the question is: How do we find out which printer is good at that? I’ve heard reports that the Kyocera FS-1900 is not too bad, and Brother has a few that work well. I’m positive that the LaserJet 4 family was the last decent printer HP built, so they’re out the race. And I’ve always had a soft spot for Lexmark, but I’m not fully sure why that is so.

This is going to be hard.

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