CLEVELAND, OH – Medical device manufacturers and industrial art and jewelry producers are starting to realize that when it comes to paper jams and toner issues all printers are the same.
“I bought one of those all-in-one 3D MFP printers that can print and fax at the same time,” said Ralph Thatcher President of MediPrint LLC. “I ain’t got it out of the box 2 days and already it’s telling me I’m low on acrylonitrile butadiene styrene even though it keeps printing!”
Printers have sucked since the first electric one was invented in 1938 by Joseph Wilson of Xerox who died of a heart attack while trying to clear a sulfur jam from his electrophotography copier.
“It’s 2018 and printers seem to keep getting worse,” says Barney Mair, MediPrint’s tech support guru. “the last batch of devices we printed weren’t as clear as the original and the printer just keeps flashing ‘PC load letter’!”