[Histonet] Slide printer

Victor Tobias victor <@t> pathology.washington.edu
Tue Jun 10 13:08:06 CDT 2008

If you are still going to use some form of a paper label, I recommend 
using a Zebra printer. Due to space we are using the TLP3844Z which is a 
small desktop printer that prints out 500+ labels a day. Very robust and 
trouble free printing.


Victor Tobias
Clinical Applications Analyst
University of Washington Medical Center
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Clark Stephen - Myrtle Beach wrote:
> I was wondering what most labs are using to label their slides.  We've
> been using a DOT matrix printer for forever and it's finally about to
> die.  My IT person asked me to check with other labs and see what's
> being implemented in the way of laser printers.  Any help would be
> appreciated.
> Steve Clark
> Histology Supervisor
> Grand Strand Reg. Medical Ctr.
> Myrtle Beach, SC
> (843) 692-1486
> Stephen.Clark1 <@t> hcahealthcare.com
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