For Labels, Tags, and Document Forms
Upgrade to New Units from our wide selection of continuous form laser printer models. Replace Older Units like OCE VARIOSTREAM and IBM/RICOH INFOPRINT.
EIGHT OPTIONS – Choose from Fusing Method, Printer Speed, Media Size Requirements, and Budget Limits:
SATO Continuous Form Flash Fusion Laser Printer
The SATO LP 100R continuous form laser printer delivers 65 ppm 8.5″ tall page-folds or 100 ppm in 2-up letter mode. Can print on continuous labels, card stock, or transaction documents.
Microplex Continuous Form Laser and Flash Fusion Printers
The Microplex* line provides a fantastic array of continuous forms lasers. Enjoy the range of products from the high-speed production beast Microplex F140 Laser Printer to the compact Microplex F44.
InfoPrint Continuous Form Laser
IP 4000 and IP 4100; Heat/Pressure Fusing, Refurbished
Click below on a printer model for more details on these InfoPrint units:
- RICOH SERVICE CONTRACTS WILL END 03/31/2024 FOR: InfoPrint 4100 AND InfoPrint 4000
- RICOH SERVICE CONTRACTS ENDED 03/31/2021 FOR: InfoPrint 100 AND InfoPrint 75
A reliable workhorse from the IBM InfoPrint days, the InfoPrint 4100 and 4000 still provide high printing volumes for pinless and pin-feed requirements. Now available only as refurbished units and are offered as ready for acceptance onto general third-party maintenance. Please note that Ricoh’s care will end in April 2024, and they likely will not begin a new contract for you.
For years, the InfoPrint 75 and InfoPrint 100 were great units until Ricoh announced the End of Support on these printers. The IP75 and IP100 lost Ricoh’s contract service support and Ricoh toner supplies on March 31, 2021.
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COLOR Continuous Forms Printing
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Regarding Paper Size
GLM Group offers continuous form laser printers in three basic paper print widths. Customers can choose from 11-inch, 13 7/8-inch (old ‘green bar’ paper), and 17-inch paper. The paper feed mechanism is via tractors, so one-half inch adds to the total width on each side. Printer choices allow for these three maximums. The customer may use a more narrow paper if desired. For example, some users print on 8.5-inch wide (plus an inch for tractor holes) and 11-inch tall, or ‘portrait letter’ size. Many customers try to print labels as wide as the form factor will allow. This method takes advantage of most labels produced per output foot and minimizes the cost-per-label.
High-quality continuous form printers are offered through GLM’s official affiliation with Printer Connection, Inc., an authorized reseller of these products. Many customers have inquired through our GLM website and acquired units from PCI as sold by GLM.