CONTINUOUS FORM LASER PRINTERS
Those smaller than the super-high-speed giants from IBM/Ricoh, Oce, Xerox, Nipson.
Printronix completely quit the laser marketplace; MicroPlex killed some models, with replacement for some and no answer for others.
Both sold a popular 24 ppm and 32 ppm hot roller fusion CF models from the OEM Pentax.
Oce’ has sold some not-huge units from time to time.
Interested in used continuous form printers?
Well, they quit printers altogether — or rather, Ricoh killed the IBM legacy of printer sales.
- IBM line printers like the 6262 and 6400;
- IBM serial tabletop dot matrix like the 4247;
- IBM cut sheet lasers like the InfoPrint 2210, Pro 1107P and 1357P
Interested in used IBM InfoPrint Printers?
GENICOM LINE PRINTERS AND SERIAL TABLETOP PRINTERS
Once upon a time GE made great printers and spun off a tough printer vendor. The last new GENICOM sold was in 2003, and then Tally and GENICOM merged.
TallyGenicom printers were sold until the company’s bankruptcy in 2009.
Printronix acquired the US assets, now selling a TallyGenicom version of their popular line printer.
Interested in used Genicom Printers?