Coming Soon – New Copiers On Campus

During Fall Break all of the copiers on campus will be replaced with newer models. The new Kyocera copiers are faster, with more memory to better handle the diverse needs of the Etown campus community. Other features of the new copiers include:

  • Large and intuitive color touch screens
  • Color printing and scanning
  • Duplex printing
  • Margin shift
  • Blank page skip

Full specifications of the machines are located next to each copier.

Phillips Office Solutions will conduct training on the new copiers on Monday, October 10th. The schedule of locations and times can be found here. One-on-one training is also available by contacting Tiffany Wells (ext. 1575 or to schedule a session. Additionally, you can find information and how-to guides for basic functions of the copiers (logging in, making copies, and emailing scanned documents) in these Knowledgebase Articles.

While the copiers are being replaced, both the current and the new copiers will be unavailable for use. Print Services will be available for your printing and copying needs during the replacement period. Early Thursday (10/6) morning, there will be some outage of printing to all devices on campus while the PaperCut software is upgraded to accommodate the features of the new copiers. We anticipate that this outage will be no longer than 30 minutes in duration.

Once the new copiers are operational, you will need to add them to your computer as new devices. It will also be necessary to remove the old copiers to avoid confusion. The instructions for adding the new copiers, and removing the old ones, can be found in these Knowledgebase Articles:

Adding a Network Printer – Windows

Adding a Network Printer – Mac

Removing Network Printers

If you need assistance with the process of installing the new copiers, or removing the old ones, please feel free to contact the Help Desk (Ext. 3333 or

In the event that you have difficulty with the operation of one of the copiers, you should contact the Key Operator for the copier. You can find the list of Key Operators here.

Thanks for your assistance in making the transition to this newer, more useful technology a simple one!

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