I think that might be incorrect. I distinctly remember at the show that I
saw the PSLIM printer at there was a variety of slides. I specifically
looked for this as I HATE colormark slides and would give my left ... arm to
not have to use the bloody things! So I would not want to get a printer
locking me into a particular slide. Can anyone confirm this? Does anyone
ACTUALLY have one? Is this a Jedi mind trick on us all?
Date: Wed, 13 Aug 2008 17:13:45 -0400
From: "Michael Mihalik"
Subject: RE: [Histonet] PSLIM
To: "'Liz Chlipala'" , "'Morken, Tim'"
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So, some things to think about:
1. printing dynamic at the cutting station or in batch. If in batch, you
could maybe get away with one or two printers. If you want these at the
cutting stations, then you might need more printers.
2. you have to have certain slides for the pslim, but you have to have
labels for the zebra solution AND then you also have to have your
information system vendor or someone else write the software to tell the
zebra what to print.
All that being said, I'm intrigued by the idea of this product, but at my
current installation, I'd be talking about 7 printers. That's a lot of up
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