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New Was told that by the engineer who services our copy-press printers
Great big things they are, quite unlike a desktop printer.

They also have one-pass duplex.

YMMV, I guess.
New AFAIK, all the consumer/SOHO laser printers are dual-pass.
We've got a couple of Lexmark lasers at home (MS315 and CS410) which default to double-side printing (via putting the paper through twice). They work fine.

I've got an old huge Lexmark T522 in my office that has a bad problem with jambs when the humidity is low (just about any time from October - March). It doesn't do duplex...

Maybe they have better rubber on the rollers now, or something.

As you say, YMMV. :-)

Cheers,
Scott.
New Fair enough.
YMMV indeed. :-)

Personally, I've not seen or used single-pass duplex printers. (Even the largest floor-standing devices I've ever seen duplex in two passes.) But I live and learn.

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