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Print, scan & photocopy in Library (using DS-Print)

last modified Feb 20, 2017 10:29 AM
You can use our multi-functional device in the Library to print, scan or photocopy in the Library (using DS-Print).
Print, scan & photocopy in Library (using DS-Print)

Our new Ricoh MP3505 - multi-functional device

Our multi-functional device uses DS-Print (with the Common Balance), either using your blue University Card, or your CRsID and Desktop Services password.

If you need to check whether you have any DS-Print credit, please go to http://www.ds.cam.ac.uk/balance/.

If you need to add credit, please go to: https://ecredit.ds.cam.ac.uk/

Printing is available from the public work stations in the Divinity Library, but if you have your laptop/net book set up to print via the wireless network (instructions for setting up your personal machine are at http://www.ucs.cam.ac.uk/desktop-services/ds-print/individual).


 

Prices

Scanning:

  2p per page

A4 (black & white):

10p per page

A4 (colour):

20p per page

A3 (black & white):

20p per page

A3 (colour):

40p per page

  • Please note that copyright laws apply at all times. These are displayed in the photocopier room.

 

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