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Printing Funeral Program at Copy Shop

When it comes time to print funeral programs, you have several options. You can either print your funeral programs on your home printer, email, upload or deliver the originals to a print shop and pay them to do the printing, or you can choose to print them yourself on a self-service copier. Here are the basics.

Locating a Copy Shop

Depending on where you live, you may have several options for printing funeral bulletins. Even if there are no retail ship & print or office supply centers in your area, you should still be able to use a commercial print shop that serves local businesses. Here are four common retail locations where printing can be done.

  • Fedex/Kinkos ship & print centers normally have self-service machines that customers can use to run copies (see more about that below). They can also print your custom funeral programs to your specifications.  Most Fedex/Kinkos locations allow uploading of document originals through their website, then completing your print specifications and submitting the order for pick-up at your designated store.
  • Staples copy & print centers include self-service copiers and printers within their office supply stores. You can copy from USB, the cloud or printed documents. Staples also has full-service copy shops that can complete your funeral and memorial program print jobs for you, and their website allows easy ordering of print services.
  • Some UPS shipping centers also offer this type of full-service printing. UPSStore.com gives instructions for uploading your documents to be printed and then selecting the UPS print shop location nearest you to complete the job.

Another funeral program printing option available in many areas is through Office Depot/Office Max. These two office supply chains have merged, but they’ve retained their printing capabilities. As with the other two options, you can set up an online account, upload your funeral programs and specify how you want them printed for pick-up.

Self-Service Printing Option

Most Fedex/Kinko’s and Staples locations offer the option of copying your funeral programs on self-service printer/copiers. The self-service copiers usually include a USB port to upload original documents directly to the copier from a flash drive.

There’s also a special email address available on their websites where you can send an attached document to be retrieved at the printer/copier. One more option for getting your originals to the copy shop for self-service printing is to access them from the printer via the cloud.

Whether you bring in printed originals to copy or upload them from a flash drive, email attachment or the cloud, you’ll need to then specify number of copies, size of paper and printing services like collating and stapling.

These copy shops usually stock different colors and weights of paper that you can purchase by the piece for your print job. You could also purchase a quantity of the paper you need ahead of time. This is a good option if you’re likely to use it again for customers’ funeral program orders.

Printing Specifications

No matter where you choose to print your customized funeral or memorial programs, you’ll have to make some decisions to produce the mementos you want. As you were designing the document with the help of your downloadable funeral program template, you chose the format—single sheet flyer, bi-fold, tri-fold, gate-fold or graduated fold, multiple page format or large booklet format. That’s important to know as you’re working with the print shop (or copying the funeral programs yourself).

Will you print in full color, single color (one additional color besides black and white) or only in black & white? Another decision to make is the weight and color of paper you desire. If you’re not familiar with the different weights of paper, you may need to visit the print shop for your first order. If you’re ordering your document printing online, there should be a chart of colors available in each weight.

One last choice to make is whether to have the print shop fold the funeral bulletins once they’re printed. It’s less expensive to fold them yourself, but you may want the crisp look of machine folding.

Price Comparison

You’ll need to know what local copy shops charge for printing services so that you can build that cost into your funeral program pricing. You can usually expect to pay more for having your funeral programs printed by copy shop staff than if you print them yourself on-site (but watch for coupons or member discounts.)

Here’s an example of the difference between having a print job completed by the print shop or running copies yourself on a self-service machine:

Funeral Program: Tri-fold, full-color on ivory, 32-lb paper – 100 copies for $134.25 printed by Fedex/Kinko’s ship & print center. Average cost to print full-color copies on self-service copiers at Staples and Fedex is .59 each. One hundred copies x .59 = $59.00, plus $2.40 for 100 sheets of ivory paper from Staples = $61.40, but you will also need to factor in your time to tri-fold 100 copies.

Printing funeral programs or bulletins by using downloadable templates and the services of a local copy shop can be a good alternative to using your own printer and ink. Save more money by buying paper in several colors and weights on sale if you’re running a funeral program business. Take advantage of local copy shops to produce funeral and memorial programs with a professional touch.

Staples Advantage announces new Print-to-Store program

Staples Advantage, the business-to-business division of office supplies giant Staples Inc., recently launched its Print-to-Store program, which allows customers to order print jobs online and pick them up at their nearest Staples store. The program is available at all stores that offer copy and print services, and allows telecommuters to use their Staples Advantage accounts to submit for print jobs, meaning that workers don’t have to worry about paying in-store or submitting expense reports and waiting for reimbursement. Likewise, the program affords procurement departments with visibility and control over what workers are printing, says Steve Bussberg, senior vice president of Staples Advantage.

Print-to-Store launched in early 2015, and Bussberg has “high expectations” for B2B demand. 

“We see a real need at the very enterprise level,” Bussberg says. “Customers from Fortune 500 companies all the way down to a 20- to 30-person real estate company that needs to make brochures or marketing materials can submit their project online and pick it up at a local store.”

Customers can choose from Print-to-Store’s more than 2,000 options for printed copy including, digital black and white printing, color documents, and booklet making. Buyers can also preview all items before they are submitted.

Because StaplesAdvantage.comis a centralized website—where procurement departments can log in StaplesAdvantage.com and create a branded company profile—expense department personnel can set up an approval process so employees can only print work-related documents.  Oversight on telecommuters printing could decrease the potential for “rogue” or “inconsistent” spending, Bussberg says.

The program launch follows a Staples Advantage November study that found that only 28% of procurement professionals consider the needs of their office’s telecommuters when planning the company budget. 59% of procurement professionals purchase products for telecommuters; and approximately 23% of these mobile workers request copy and print services, according to the survey. 

The Print-to-Store program aims for transparency in telecommuter’s spending, Bussberg says, and also allows companies to negotiate prices for these goods and services.

“This is really a great way for Staples to extend the capabilities of our stores to our B2B customers who typically don’t go into the stores,” Bussberg says. “It leverages the B2B website and drives feet to our retail channel Staples stores.”

Staples Advantage has been working on the functionality of the Print-to-Store function for the last eight months. The company would not disclose the project cost of adding the Print-to-Store option to staplesadvantage.com. 

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Staples Rolls Out 3-D Printing Program

Everyone’s talking about how 3-D printing will change the world, but to many people, it’s a concept about as relatable as Amazon’s flying delivery drones.

Hoping to demystify the technology for entrepreneurs and small-business owners, Staples is rolling out 3-D printing services at two of its 1,800 stores.

“Customers can interact with the technology and begin to understand it,” says Damien Leigh, senior vice president of business services for Staples, at a panel discussion today at the company’s Fifth Avenue store in New York City, which along with a Los Angeles location, will offer 3-D printing. “We can get them through the learning curve. 3-D can revolutionize [small] businesses, but they don’t understand it yet.”

Related: 3-D Printing Pens 2.0: Smaller, Lighter and More Nimble

3-D printing, which transforms computer files into real-world objects, is entering its “2.0” stage, according to Ash Martin of 3D Systems, a 30-year-old company that creates 3-D printers. Still, while the technology has gotten a lot of buzz over the past few years, its uses still remain mysterious to most people, says Gene Marks, a small-business owner who moderated the panel and writes for publications including Entrepreneur.com.

The printers can be used for anything from personalized smartphone covers and action figures to replacing missing board game pieces and even missing limbs. Small-business owners may utilize the technology for promotional items or gifts to customers, or to create real-world prototypes of new ideas.

Related: Skin and Bones: Oh, the Body Parts You Can Make With 3-D Bio-printers

Staples employees will help interested customers bring their designs to life, and the company is training some of its internal designers to work with the technology.

“By leveraging 3-D printing, it’s an opportunity for small businesses to differentiate themselves,” Martin says. “3D printing allows you to do things you weren’t able to do before.”

UPS also offers 3-D printing services at six of its locations across the U.S.

Leigh says that Staples — the largest provider of promotional materials in the U. S. — is “prototyping” its pricing based on how customers utilize the printers.

“We have to figure out the business model,” he says. “We’re working through price points that will create a demand for it. I can only imagine how good we’ll get at this over time.”

Related:  Photoshop’s Latest Feature: 3-D Printing Capability

HP LaserJet Managed MFP – How to staple with an optional finisher accessory

HP staple accessories can produce several staple configurations. The output result depends on the supported paper size, document orientation, and feed orientation. (Feed orientation is the direction that you load the paper in the tray.)

Long edge feed orientation

Short edge feed orientation

Portrait document orientation

Landscape document orientation

The following tables show the output options for supported papers.

note:

The following paper types do not support stapling:

One staple – Long edge tray feed orientation

Supported papers

One staple left

One staple right

Portrait

Landscape

One staple –Short edge tray feed orientation

Supported papers

One staple left

One staple right

  • Letter

  • 216 x 279 (8. 5 x 11 in)

  • A4

  • 210 x 297 mm (8.3 x 11.7)

  • Ledger

  • 279 x 432 (11 x 17 in)

  • A3

  • 297 x 420 mm (11.7 x 16.5 in)

  • B4 (JIS)

  • 257 x 364 mm (10.1 x 14.3)

  • Legal

  • 216 x 356 mm (8.5 x 14.0)

  • Long Bond

  • 216 x 330 mm (8.5 x 13 in)

  • Oficio

  • 216 x 340 mm (8.5 x 13.4)

  • 8K

  • 270 x 390 mm (10.6 x 15.3)

Portrait

Landscape

Two staples– Long edge tray feed orientation

Supported papers

Two staples left or top

Two staples left

Two staples right

Two staples top

Portrait

Not supported

Landscape

Not supported

Not supported

Two staples– Short edge tray feed orientation

Supported papers

Two staples top or left

Two staples left

Two staples right

Two staples top

  • Letter

  • 216 x 279 (8. 5 x 11 in)

  • A4

  • 210 x 297 mm (8.3 x 11.7)

  • Ledger

  • 279 x 432 (11 x 17 in)

  • A3

  • 297 x 420 mm (11.7 x 16.5 in)

  • B4 (JIS)

  • 257 x 364 mm (10.1 x 14.3)

  • Legal

  • 216 x 356 mm (8.5 x 14.0)

  • Long Bond

  • 216 x 330 mm (8.5 x 13 in)

  • Oficio

  • 216 x 340 mm (8.5 x 13.4)

  • 8K

  • 270 x 390 mm (10.6 x 15.3)

Portrait

Not supported

Not supported

Landscape

Not supported

Staples To Pilot A Drop-Off Program For Easier E-Commerce Returns

Staples will be the first retailer to accept returns from e-commerce brands, using the Optoro … [+] drop-off system. Photographer: Tim Boyle/Bloomberg

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Office supply chain Staples is following the lead of retailers like Kohl’s
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and is planning to use its stores as drop-off locations for returns of goods sold by other online brands.

Staples is partnering with returns and reverse logistics tech firm Optoro to allow consumers to bring returns to the more than 1,000 Staples stores in this country, and get credit for returned items through a QR code on their phones.

Optoro and Staples plan to have the program, called Express Returns, in place in January, in time for the peak holiday returns period. Optoro also hopes to expand Express Returns to additional retail chains in the future.

The Staples partnership reflects the growing realization by retailers that while Americans love buying online, they greatly prefer making returns in stores, especially if they don’t have to box up, and label the return themselves.

A key strength of Walmart.com and Target
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.com is that customers can easily return online purchases to the physical stores of those retailers.

Other retailers have decided that it is a smart move to take returns even if they didn’t make the sale.

Kohl’s in July, 2019 began accepting Amazon
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returns as a way to bring more customers into its stores, particularly younger customers. Walgreen’s
WBA
and Nordstrom
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have also launched returns programs.

For Staples, the returns program fits into its strategy of being a solutions provider, with its in-store printing, copying and shipping centers. In February, a month before pandemic-related retail shutdowns began, Staples showed its commitment to expand that strategy when it unveiled Staples Connect, a new store model with co-working and community event spaces and a podcast studio.

“We’re already recognized as a convenient shipping destination. A lot of our customers use us to drop off their packages. In this remote working environment we’ve got that convenient opportunity. So because we already play in that space within the local communities our stores operate in, this program is really just a natural extension of that,” said Craig Grayson, vice president/GMM, Print & Marketing Services, Staples U.S. Retail.

Washington-D.C.-based Optoro manages returns for leading retailers and brands including Best Buy
BBY
, Target, Bed Bath & Beyond
BBBY
, Under Armour
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, and Staples, as well as hundreds of smaller online brands. It supplies consumers with a portal for making returns and collecting refunds, and helps brands maximize the resale or reuse value of returns.

When the Express Returns program launches at Staples stores in January, consumers who purchase items from brands that use the Optoro platform will be able to indicate online that they want to make a return, and get information about how they can return the item at the nearest Staples store, as well as a QR code sent to their mobile phone that will be scanned when they return the item. Items can be returned loose, without packaging, and will be placed in a shipping pouch at Staples.

Shoppers who use the Optoro in-store return option at Staples stores will get a QR code that they … [+] can use to process their return.

Optoro

“We’re basically making it super simple for customers to get a QR code and digitize their return and then take that QR code with their item to any store and make that return,” said Adam Vitarello, president and cofounder of Optoro.

The Express Returns program, Vitarello said, can be used by retailers to create, fast contactless returns of for their own e-commerce customers, in addition to enabling retailers like Staples to act as drop-off locations for multiple online retailers.

The program benefits consumers by making returns easier, “and it leverages the brick-and-mortar locations that Staples and other retailers have to take those returns,” Vitarello said.

“Buy online, return in store is actually a key driver to profitability in e-commerce,” he said. “If you can encourage more buy online, return in store – if you can go from 10% to 50% to 80% – it can literally change your economics of e-commerce.”

The pandemic-driven surge in online shopping has been accompanied by a spike in online returns. “Some of our clients are seeing 2x to 3x increase in returns,” Vitarello said.

“Now that everyone’s going online, it’s highlighting the differences between brick and mortar and online and maybe the biggest difference between brick and mortar and online is returns. It’s way more complicated. You have to figure out how to package it up, how to get the label, when’s my refund going to come, do I want to do an exchange,” he said.

“What we’re trying to do in a nutshell is make an online return act more like a store return,” he said.

And with offices closed down due to Covid-19, shoppers no longer can bring their returns to the office to print the free shipping label, and drop the package off at the mailroom, or the FedEx
FDX
or UPS drop box.

“What was previously pretty painful is now even more painful, so the need to be able to do this package-less, express return at stores is greater now than ever,” Vitarello said

HP’s Takeback Program – Electronics TakeBack Coalition

How to get free recycling from HP HP has three options for your old products:

  1. Drop off items at any Staples at the US.
  2. Mail back items for recycling via Fedex.
  3. Mail back items for trade in.

Here’s how they work:

Option 1: Drop off at Staples for recycling.

HP partners with Staples to offer convenient recycling for many types of electronics (see list below) via all Staples locations in the U.S. They take “any brand, any condition” and will accept up to 6 items per person per day.

Go here to find a Staples near you.

Items accepted for free recycling at Staples stores:

  • Desktop and all-in-one computers
  • Laptops, tablets, eReaders
  • Monitors
  • Desktop printers, copiers, scanners, faxes, multifunction devices
  • Shredders
  • UPS/battery backup devices (with or without included battery)
  • Computer peripherals including mice, keyboards, modems, routers and computer speakers
  • Small electronics including mobile phones, MP3 players/iPods, calculators, GPS devices, digital cameras, camcorders and cordless phones
  • Digital projectors, CD/DVD/Blu-ray players, gaming devices, A/V receivers, video streaming devices, cable/satellite receivers
  • External hard drives and small servers
  • Rechargeable batteries (if 11 pounds or less)

Staples will not take back these products:

  • Televisions
  • Floor model copiers and printers
  • Appliances
  • Large servers
  • Stereo/home AV equipment
  • Alkaline batteries
  • Rechargeable batteries larger than 12 pounds
  • Lamps/bulbs

Option 2: HP’s mail back recycling program via Fedex.

You can ship (for free) some old HP products back for free recycling. You need to use their site to get a free shipping voucher and take it to any Fedex shipping center. You can also use this mailback program to recycle non HP items, but it’s not free. This site will tell you the cost of recycling. Note: You must say “yes” to the question about premium shipping, or you won’t get a quote for recycling. More details below.

 

Option 3: HP’s mail back trade in program.

HP also has a buy back program for some products (not just HP brands),  using Market Velocity. also using Fedex, where you can earn money for your used products. Details below.

You use HP’s site to see if the item(s) has any trade in value.  If your product has value, you can get cash (a check), an HP gift card, or a donation to an HP approved charity.  You have to drop them off at Fedex. HP pays for shipping. You can have up to 5 items per mailback quote. HP uses a vendor called Market Velocity for both mailback programs. Shipping instructions for your product will be sent via email within one business day after the online quote process has been completed. You must ship within 30 days or you have to start the transaction over.You will need to provide your own box and packing materials. You can pay an extra $10 for “premium shipping” to have FEDEX pick up your items from you. For larger quantities (6 or more units) HP has a large quantity portal to give you a custom quote (not instant).

How do I know that HP will handle my e-waste responsibly?

Drop off program with Staples. Staples partners with Electronics Recyclers Inc (ERI) which is a recycler certified to the e-Steward standard, the highest standard in this industry. This standard does not allow exporting e-waste to developing nations.

For the mail back and trade in program, HP uses a vendor called Market Velocity to handle its trade-in program. Market Velocity is not an e-Steward and they don’t disclose their recycling vendor used, although we assume it to be Sims Recycling Solutions, a longtime vendor for HP. Sims is also not an e-Steward.  So this trade-in and recycling program therefore does not benefit from independent auditing to high standards. However, HP has a fairly strong policy regarding responsible recycling of e-waste, stating that non-working products collected in their programs may not exported to developing countries for recycling. HP makes their recycling standards and their reuse standards public.

Who can use HP’s services Anyone can use it. But residents of Alaska and Hawaii can’t use the HP fedex shipping labels, and will need to pay for surface shipping to Hewlett Packard Recycling Facility. Alaskans, send yours to 8855 Washington Blvd, Roseville, CA 95678. In Hawaii, ship to HP recycling facility: (99-1305 B Koaha Pl., Aiea, 96701).

Staple Binding – Copier

In this case, an employee of the copy center must pay special attention to the printing process in order to copy correctly. Secondly, before stapling the printed sheets of A3 and A4 format in unfolded form, it is necessary to very carefully calculate the binding axis and only then carry out the stitching on the staple.

Very often inexperienced copy center workers have difficulties in performing such a task.As a result, a product defect may result. Moreover, such uncertainty of the staff does not contribute to the urgent fulfillment of the order. In fact, stitching on a staple in skilled hands is done in 10 minutes. This period also includes an additional check of the correctness of the firmware.

What is staple stitching for? When printed documentation is in the form of manuals, reference books or magazines, it will be rational to stitch it in this way. About sixty sheets can be stapled into one collection (brochure). It is not necessary to make a hardcover and hardcover. Copy centers perform such orders mainly for educational institutions (universities, schools, preparatory courses, etc.). Therefore, the circulation of such brochures can be quite large.

The quality and speed of the documentation flashing depends not only on the professionalism of the copy center employees, but also on the machines with which this procedure is performed. Only when working on modern equipment, stitching on the staple is carried out ideally: there are no distortions and pages protruding beyond the edges, after high-quality folding, the fold line is clearly defined, and the staples are placed in a precisely defined place.

If you apply for such services in the “Copier”, then you can count on the fact that the binding on the staple will be made in full compliance with all the requirements of the printing house. Indeed, this type of service also has its own standards and norms, which must be adhered to without fail.

Modern technology, experienced staff of our copy center in Moscow guarantee a high-quality result of printing and flashing documentation. Copiers’ clients are never delayed by the need to redo copies or reflash them.They value the time of their customer, therefore they create optimal conditions for comfortable service of visitors. These criteria are met by the prices for all copy center services, which can be confidently called democratic. There is a favorable system of discounts for regular customers.

The doors of the “Copier” are open to everyone! Welcome to the world of quality modern printing!

How to print the abstract in the form of a brochure

An abstract is a summary of the main points of a candidate’s or doctoral dissertation, which is compiled by the author of the work.The document looks like a brochure made on A5 sheets. Printing is carried out on both sides, two staples are used as a binding.

It is standard practice to order a service for printing an abstract in a printing house, but this is only justified if you need a large number of copies (more than 20). The cost of making one copy is reduced with large circulations, but the production of 10 brochures will be economically unprofitable, especially since there is not always time for this.

What if you urgently need to prepare several abstracts in a short time – for example, for the next speech? How to save time and money?

Self-printing of the work in the desired format is possible – moreover, the result will look exactly the same as in the printing house. We recommend that you study the information below, as you will likely have to face this process more than once.

What do you need to print your abstract?

  • Text editor.The most common option is Microsoft Word, it is possible to use LibreOffice and other software that supports the .docx format.
  • A program for translating a document into PDF format. The easiest option is PDFCreator, but you can use any tool available. The advantage of PDFCreator is the principle of work – it creates files of the desired format directly through printing.
  • Program for viewing files with the .pdf extension. Usually Adobe Acrobat is used for this.
  • Enough A4 sheets, paper clips and a needle.

Text Writing

You will find out the specific parameters at the department or in the recommendations of the academic council.

In most cases, you should write your text in Times New Roman 14 with single line spacing. You can use 12 point size. After you finish working on the content, you should adjust the page settings.

Text editor settings

In Microsoft Word, select the Page Layout tab, which contains the Page Setup menu.This item sets margins, orientation and other parameters. You need the following settings:

  • The size of the margins on the left and right must be 1.5 cm, at the top and bottom – 2 cm, or vice versa. It is possible to produce pages with indents on all sides equal to 2 cm. It is only important that the left and right margins are the same;
  • select landscape orientation, and in the “Pages” section select “Multiple Pages” and “Brochure” mode;
  • go to the Paper Size tab. This is where we indicate to the editor that the text will be printed as a brochure. To do this, set the following parameters: width – 42 cm, height – 29.7 cm.

Although the paper size matches the specifications of the A3 format, in fact the sheet will be divided into two parts and printed as desired.You can safely continue to work with the document – outwardly it will not change, but the characteristics already indicate the necessary parameters for printing.

Preparing for PDF translation

Alas, the Word format is not very suitable for making brochures, so you need to turn the text document into a PDF file in advance. To do this, you need to install the PDFCreator program. Enter its name in the search engine, go to the download page and click the Download button. After the download is complete, run the file and install it.

In the process, the application will offer to install additional components. Most likely you will not need them, so it is recommended to uncheck the boxes Images2PDF, PDFArchitect and others of your choice.

When the process is successfully completed, a new printer will appear in the system, which will be called PDFCreator.

Preprint

Open the finished file, select the “Print” menu and the newly created virtual printer. It’s simple – no additional settings, the program will automatically translate documents into the desired format. You only need to specify where to save the results. That’s it, a .pdf file has been created on the hard disk, in which all the pages are arranged in the desired form. It remains only to translate them onto paper.

Attention is important! Remember that Windows does not have a standard pdf viewer.For them, you need to install the Acrobat Reader program or its equivalent. Use the search engine or Windows Store to search.

Brochure Printing

Acrobat Reader has a simple interface.You only need to select the “File” menu, and then “Print”, after which the window for working with the printer will open.

In it, select the printer connected to the computer, in the settings – the Size option: Fit. In the settings, be sure to specify “Print odd pages” (in English they are called “Odd pages”) and uncheck the “Reverse order” item.

Done, the odd pages of your work are printed! Check if everything is correct and put them back in the output tray.

The last step is to print the even-numbered sheets. The corresponding item is indicated in the printer settings (“even pages”), and the “Reverse order” checkbox must be returned to its place.

It remains only to bend the sheets

Now you need to turn the set of sheets into a brochure.To do this, fold them in the desired order, bend them in half and fasten them with pre-prepared paper clips, making holes in the fold line. If you do everything carefully, outwardly the work will be almost indistinguishable from that made in the printing house. Minor differences are the use of lighter paper for the cover (we use 160 gsm paper 2 for this part of the brochure) and not so smooth edges.

Make it yourself or contact a printing house?

This option is suitable for the production of preliminary versions of the abstract, but printing 100 copies for the defense of a dissertation on a conventional printer would be too long and expensive.

For a large number of brochures, it is better to contact the printing house – it is cheaper, faster and of better quality. Moreover, according to GOST, at the end of the abstract should indicate where the work was printed.

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90 930930 Make sure the paper you are using meets our specifications. This problem can be caused by rough surfaced paper or thick print media.See About paper.

Faint

If the entire page prints faint, Toner Save Mode may be enabled.Disable Toner Save Mode on the Properties tab of the printer driver.

Gray background

Gray background 903

9000
Make sure the media setting in the printer driver matches the type of paper you are using. See About paper.

The fusing unit may be dirty. Please contact Brother Customer Service.

Toner Dots

Make sure the paper you are using meets our specifications.This problem can be caused by paper with a rough surface. See About paper.

The fusing unit may be dirty. Please contact Brother Customer Service.

Printing with spaces

Make sure the paper you are using meets our specifications. See About paper.

Select Thick Paper in the printer driver, or use thinner paper.

Print the entire page in black

and the green foot to the left. Make sure the green foot is in the home position ().See Cleaning the corona wire.

The fusing unit may be dirty. Please contact Brother Customer Service.

White lines across the page

Make sure the paper you are using meets our specifications. The problem may be caused by rough surfaced paper or thick print media.

Make sure the correct media type is selected in the printer driver.

The problem may resolve itself. Try to print multiple pages to fix the problem, especially if the printer has not been used for a long time.

Lines across the page

Clean the inside of the printer and the main corona wire in the drum unit.See Cleaning.

Vertical white stripes on page

White spots on black text and graphics at 75 mm intervals

753902 Black spots at intervals of 75 mm

Black toner smears across the page

Make sure the paper you are using meets our specifications.See About paper.

Do not use stapled or stapled paper as the staples will scratch the drum surface.

Exposure to direct sunlight or room light can damage the unpacked drum unit.

Black lines along the page

Toner smudges along the printed pages.

Clean the corona wire inside the drum unit by sliding the green tab to the right and left several times. See Cleaning the corona wire.
Make sure the primary corona wire cleaning foot is in the home position ().

The fuser unit may be dirty.Contact your dealer or Brother Customer Service.

Beveled Printing

Make sure the paper or other print media is loaded correctly in the paper tray and the guides are not too loose or too tight on the paper stack.

Curled or wavy page

Check the paper type and quality.High temperature or humidity can cause curling. See About paper.

If the printer is rarely used, it is likely that the paper has been in the paper tray for too long. Turn over the stack of paper in the paper tray. Also, straighten the paper stack and flip it 180 ° in the paper tray.

The paper is wrinkled or wrinkled

Loose fixing

Select the Improve printer fixing mode. See Adjusting Paper Output from the Advanced Tab (Windows ® ) or Printing Preferences (Macintosh ® ).
If you are printing a small number of pages, select Thicker for Media Type in the printer driver.

Curled

Turn the paper over in the paper tray and print again. (Except letterhead) If the problem persists, raise the support flaps as follows.

1 Raise the output tray support flap 1 (1).
2 Raise the output tray support flap 2 (2).
3 Fold down the Output Tray Support Flap 1 (1) and then fold the Output Tray Support Flap 2 (2) down.
Select Reduce Curl in the printer driver if you are using paper that is not on the recommended list.See Adjusting Paper Output under Advanced tab (For Windows ® ) or Printing Preferences (For Macintosh ® ).

ON THE IMPLEMENTATION IN THE TAX BODIES OF THE CENTRALIZED SYSTEM OF RECEPTION AND PROCESSING OF TAX DOCUMENTS

05/16/2013

ON THE IMPLEMENTATION IN THE TAX BODIES OF THE CENTRALIZED SYSTEM OF RECEPTION AND PROCESSING OF TAX DOCUMENTS

1. All paper tax documents are processed automatically.

2. Employees of tax inspectorates, upon admission, carefully check your statements for compliance with the general rules for filling out tax (accounting) statements.

To save the duration of your visit, please follow the simple RULES for processing tax documents:

– filling in the details allowing the identification of the taxpayer and the document (TIN, KPP for legal entities, type of document [primary or correcting], tax [reporting] period, reporting year, tax authority code)

– legal confirmation of a tax document: there must be at least one of the signatures of officials authorized to confirm the accuracy and completeness of the information of the documents – the head or his authorized representative, the chief accountant (if the document provides for a place)

– presence of a taxpayer’s seal (if the document provides for a place for printing)

absence in the document of stamps, seals and other marks in the fields not provided for this

– reporting sheets must be without paper clips and staples.

IMPORTANT TO CHECK:

– the presence of the form code on all sheets of the tax document

– the form code of each sheet of the tax document is located strictly in the upper left corner of sheet

– belonging of all sheets of the document to one form and one version of the form (by code)

Tax documents are completed using a computer or manually in black, blue or purple ink. The values ​​of the document attributes must be readable.

Avoid corrections, self-added columns and lines that are not provided for in the declaration (calculation) form.

PAPER REQUIREMENTS:

Format: A4 (210×297 mm)

Density: 80-120 g / m3

Type: for office (laser) printing, matte

no physical damage (one piece, no jams)

Adhere to these rules when preparing documents sent by post. Remember that the tax authorities also accept tax (accounting) statements in electronic form without duplication on paper via the Internet 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Detailed information on the website www.r74.nalog.ru in the section “Tax reporting” or in the tax office.

Note: You can fill out the income tax return yourself using the software “Declaration”. To do this, you need to install the program and follow the proposed standard algorithm for working with it. Software “Declaration” is distributed free of charge and is available on the website www.r74.nalog.ru in section “Help to the taxpayer” – “Software for individuals”.Also, the program is hosted on the guest computer.

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90,000 Top Free 3D Printing Software in 2021

How to prepare a 3D model for printing or learn how to create models from scratch? What software is best for newbies? All these questions can be answered in our article.The applications presented in the review are completely free or have free versions for students, teachers and open source projects.

3D Printing Workflow

Why did we put this section in front of all the others? The answer is very simple. By knowing the entire 3D printing process, you can better understand how each software is involved in the preparation and printing of 3D parts.

If you have become the proud owner of a 3D printer, but have absolutely no idea what to do with it and how to get started, then this part of the article is for you.

Various programs are used to print 3D models:

  • 3D modeling / design / CAD software;
  • Software for editing, viewing and restoring STL files;
  • slicing programs;
  • 3D printer host.

Before starting work, you need to create a 3D model. To do this, you can use different simulation programs.We wrote in detail about free versions of 3D modeling software here.

A small life hack for beginners. If you are not ready to create a model on your own, you can choose and download a suitable one from trading platforms. There are also free download links in the maker communities – sometimes the proposed 3D models can be not only interesting, but also useful.

After creating a 3D model, it must be converted to a format suitable for printing. For desktop 3D printers, this is the STL format.Some files created or downloaded have defects that lead to printing errors. It is for editing STL files that there is special software that helps prepare the model for reproduction on a printer.

The slicer program helps to convert an STL file into a printer-friendly G-code. The functionality of such programs allows you to split a 3D model into thousands of flat 2D layers, which will be sequentially reproduced on a printer.

Finally, the 3D printer host provides communication between the computer and the printer.It allows you to receive information for printing, as well as change the parameters of the device in real time via a PC. Often the Slicer and the host are combined into one 3D printing software supplied by the printer manufacturer.

Best Slicers and Hosts for 3D Printer

Cura

One of the popular slicing software that comes with all Ultimaker printers. However, its functionality is suitable for use in conjunction with other 3D printers.Since this software is one of the most popular among makers, you do not need to waste time on profile settings – for most printers they can be found in the program itself.

The software is designed to change important print settings. Start with “Recommended” mode for improved quality settings for your printer and for easy customization.

More precise control of all parameters is possible in the “Custom” user mode.By switching to this mode, you can manage over 400 different settings.

Cura is not only a simple and straightforward slicer for home users. The software can be used as the main software for your printer, and can also be integrated with CAD systems such as SolidWorks or Siemens NX.

The program is constantly updated and supplemented, which allows you to make 3D printing on your printer better.

PrusaSlicer

This software is based on Slic3r and, unlike the prototype, has gained a lot of popularity among users.The main difference is the large list of configurable parameters and additional functions that make the work more convenient.

The user-friendly interface, built-in support for Prusa printers and settings for different types of plastics make it easy to get started with the 3D printer, as well as the slicer allows you to place additional supports, work with different materials and use smooth functions with variable layer heights.

Slicer PrusaSlicer can be used for both FDM printers and resin printers.Customization panels for users with different 3D printing experiences help to significantly improve the quality of finished models.

A great bonus for those who have previously worked with Slic3r – PrusaSlicer supports most of the original functionality and accepts Slic3r configuration packages when importing profiles.

MatterControl 2.0

MatterControl is a CAD modeling, slicer and simultaneous host for a 3D printer. With host functions, you can directly control printing when you connect the printer via USB.The program also allows you to cut STL files for export to an SD card for offline printing and, of course, create projects in a separate section of the CAD software.

The structured interface makes it easy to create models and prepare them for printing. A file browser and a library of geometric primitives help to easily import data into printing. Geometric shapes can be used as supports to help produce high-quality printing of complex parts.

Advanced print settings and an easy-to-use viewer make this software one of the best for comprehensive 3D printing control. In addition to host and slicer functions, MatterControl has design tools that allow you to design parts. The resulting 3D models can be easily exported to a slicer and printed. Thus, the program allows you to control the entire process – from creating a model to slicing it and sending it to print.

3DPinterOS

3DPrinterOS is a cloud-based 3D printer management software.It combines the functions of a slicer, a host, and an STL file editor. In the program, you can create a print queue, manage the printer and plug-in system based on STL data analysis and recovery applications, and perform cloud slicing.

The free Starter package allows users to download G-codes and send them to print, remotely control the printing process, and get support on a like-minded forum. For a modest fee, you can access additional features, including the ability to collaborate on a project.

In fact, this program is a universal tool for converting files for printing to STL format. That is why 3DPrinterOS is suitable for small business, training, manufacturing and design.

KISSlicer

The abbreviation of this application “Keep It Simple Slicer” may confuse inexperienced users. It is actually quite a sophisticated 3D printing tool. Contradictory user reviews, however, allow us to conclude that the program is popular and has sufficient functionality to work with 3D printers.

The free version of the program is suitable for most users who work with printers with one extruder. KISSlicer helps simplify some aspects of slicing with Profile Wizards for printer-specific settings and Tuning Wizards for material optimization. The paid version of the program allows you to work with printers with 2 extruders.

Although the application settings are quite complex, the effort is worth it – the slicer allows you to have complete control over the entire printing process.

Slic3r

This software is for open source slicers. Its main difference is advanced features that are not found in any other application.

Despite the fact that Slic3r releases almost no updates to its program, it is the base for many other open source software. For example, many programs use three-dimensional honeycomb filling of cavities, which is a special merit of the developers of Slic3r.

In 2018, a new version of the software was released with new integrated functions, such as new infill templates, experimental support for SLA and DLP printers, 3MF format, and USB printing.

On the software website, you can find a detailed manual that provides an introduction to all the features of Slic3r. A great bonus of the program is the direct integration with OctoPrint for printing at the click of a button.

SliceCrafter

Browser slicer from IceSL developers.With the program, you can quickly load STL files, cut them, and then prepare the G-code for printing. In a browser program, you can use almost all the options that IceSL offers.

While many users find this version less powerful, it is suitable for beginners who do not want to tweak more complex 3D printing software.

IceSL

IceSL is a great 3D modeling and printing tool.Several working windows allow you to edit the model directly through a script in the Lua language, select different settings for slicing the model, and also view the result in real time. Despite the seeming complexity of working with software, IceSL allows graceful parametric modeling.

The slicer settings menu allows beginners to quickly and easily prepare a 3D model for printing. In the latest version of the program, it became possible to specify different values ​​of the print settings at a certain layer height.All this allows making smooth transitions from dense to light filling and gradation of layer thickness from small to large.

OctoPrint

This program is a host for 3D printers that allows you to control printing and change settings. The software also enables remote control of the printer using a Wi-Fi module connected to the device.

OctoPrint accepts G-code from almost any slicer, while the host allows the resulting files to be rendered before and during printing.In addition, files can be sliced ​​directly in the program, using it as a slicer.

OctoPrint offers not only a wide range of remote print management tools, but also several ways to keep track of the tasks in progress. You can set up push notifications or sending alerts through different messengers.

The software is open source and has an active user community that offers many plugins to extend the functionality of the program.The community page contains many add-ons that will be useful when printing.

Repetier-Host

Favorite Rep-Rap Developer Host – Repetier is a high performance print management and file preparation software.

Repetier-Host is positioned as a universal software that helps to manage printers with a large number of extruders (up to 16 extruders), and also supports almost any 3D printer on the market.

The program has remote access functions via Repetier Server, which allows you to control your printer through a browser on a PC, tablet or smartphone.

AstroPrint

Like 3DPrinterOS, this software is a cloud-based solution for monitoring and managing your 3D printers. Also, using AstroPrint, you can change the slicer settings, manage the printer and material profiles. A free account allows you to save printable information, as well as have access to all settings via a browser or AstroPrint mobile app.

This software is unique in that it is compatible with Thingiverse and MyMiniFactory, as well as free CAD programs such as 3D Slash and Leopoly. The application also has tools for cutting 3D models with the ability to send files for printing from a smartphone.

The software will be useful for those who work in large-scale networks such as 3D farms, enterprises and universities.

Best Software to Edit and Restore STL

Files

3D-Tool Free Viewer

3D-Tool Free Viewer is designed to verify the structural integrity of STL files and the ability to print a document on your printer.Additional functions, such as Cross Section, also allow you to look inside the 3D model and evaluate some parameters.

This program can be useful if you want to check your STL file for errors. The user-friendly interface of the software allows you to measure the size, surface area and volume of all parts of the figure, as well as change the distance, angles and radius at the touch of a button.

For those who do not have sufficient knowledge and experience in CAD, the program offers a quick way to inspect an STL file and prepare it for 3D printing.

MakePrintable

This useful web service allows you to check STL files for errors and fix critical values ​​that might affect printing. Unlike other freeware programs, MakePrintable gives you complete control over the process. You can choose the print quality level, make the mesh hollow, correct the polygon count, and even combine multiple targets into one.

Although the program no longer offers a free version with limited functionality, users may find several options for using the program.The program has different payment options – for a single file download (about $ 2 per file) or the “Maker” package with the ability to download up to 30 files per month (monthly price about $ 15).

The advantage of the program is the compatibility of plugins with Blender and SketchUp.

Meshmixer

Meshmixer is a super modern and free 3D printing software from the Autodesk family for viewing, inspecting, editing and repairing STL files.This program helps to identify potential problems and fix them automatically. For example, the program identifies insufficient wall thickness.

The program is positioned as a universal tool for 3D meshes, offering many tools for working with meshes, 3D modeling, surface embossing and others.

Whether you are trying to fix an STL file, prepare a model for printing, or construct multiple objects – Meshmixer is ideal for all these purposes.

MeshLab

MeshLab is an open source application that allows you to edit STL files and also has tools for working with 3D triangular meshes. The software’s capabilities help you check, render, repair and transform meshes, and even combine models into solids and fill holes.

The application is great for editing 3D CAD models. Despite the fact that the last version was released in 2016, the program is still popular with makers.

NetFabb

NetFabb is a slicing software that includes advanced analysis and recovery capabilities for STL files. One of NetFabb’s most powerful tools focuses on streamlining the process for users, offering support creation, mesh repair, and a wide variety of generative design tools.

The program is free for students as part of an Autodesk subscription. The 3-year student license allows you to choose one of the following versions:

  • NetFabb Standard allows you to quickly prepare a model for printing;
  • NetFabb Premium with advanced features for lattice creation, supports and automatic parts packaging;
  • NetFabb Ultimate calculates assembly failures, provides modeling tools, custom tool path strategies, and helps automate the process of preparing a model for 3D printing.
  • NetFabb Simulation helps you simulate specific metal printing technologies prior to production.

Best Free 3D Modeling & 3D Printing Software

We wrote about programs for 3D modeling that even a beginner can understand in this article. Here are no less useful, easy to use, and most importantly, free software for 3D modeling and 3D printing.

3D Builder

The 3D Builder application offers its users to quickly visualize and edit 3D models.The software helps to create and import files in formats for 3D printing. Even entry-level users can create 3D images using simple editing tools.

The application has its own extensive library of 3D models. You can also upload an external file or use the Kinect V2 sensor to scan and import a new 3D image. By joining the 3D Builder community and downloading the 3D Printing SDK, you can expand the capabilities of this free program.

Figuro

This browser-based modeling software combines the affordability of TinkerCAD with the power of more advanced 3D modeling tools. The program is suitable for those who want to improve their design skills without going too deep into details.

The creation of objects in Figuro is built on the principle of polygonal modeling – you generate polygons by modifying them and combining them with each other. If you are using the program for the first time, we recommend using additional tools for checking and repairing STL files.

The program has a simple and pleasant user interface. An extensive gallery allows you to evaluate the capabilities of the software and get inspiration for creating new objects.

Fusion 360

Fusion 360 is a professional CAD software for 3D modeling. Unlike other software, the software allows you to cover the entire process of planning, testing and three-dimensional design.

The program has powerful tools for solving industrial design problems.Fusion 360 allows you to simulate the design of the designed objects as well as the loads that they will face after commissioning.

The ability to collaborate on a project, cloud file exchange and import / export of different types of CAD files make using the application comfortable.

Fusion 360 is free for students, startups, and hobbyists. At the same time, amateur projects should not be commercial, the startup’s income should not exceed $ 100,000 per year, and the student license for the program is limited to three years.

FreeCAD

Multifunctional CAD software allows you to develop your design skills perfectly. Parametric modeling software generates models according to the specified parameters. A big advantage is the ability to drag and drop objects directly with the mouse.

A feature of this program is the ability to return to the history of object creation and edit its parameters. Despite the fact that the software is free, it has all the necessary tools to work properly.

FreeCAD allows users to draw 2D shapes as a basis for creating additional objects. The program is suitable for product design, mechanical engineering, architecture and other fields.

OpenSCAD

Unlike other presented programs, OpenSCAD focuses more on the CAD aspect of 3D modeling. The software works like a 3D camillator, which reads a script file describing a 3D model, and then converts the object into a 3D model.

The open source software is constantly updated with new features. For example, the latest update has a new Customiser panel. Visit the user community for support and tips on using the app and working with updates.

The software does not have interactive components, but it helps to better control the modeling process and manage the settings of the design parameters. OpenSCAD is considered the ideal tool for students.

Blender

A popular CAD program with a steep learning curve. This software is not the best choice for a beginner, but ideal for those who are familiar with 3D modeling concepts and want to create more complex models.

The latest version of the program is more readily available. This made the user interface more user-friendly and a 3D viewport appeared.

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