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KIP 3000


Black and White Printer

Current Status: Available

This printer accepts jobs sent to the following queues:

  • Map & Data Library Large Format Printer

The KIP3000 is both a printer and a monotone (Black & White) wide-bed scanner. It is capable of scanning maps and other large documents for immediate printing or for digital capture.

Scanned images can be viewed and copied onto USB storage media using the adjacent KIP Scanning Kiosk (MDW520).

Printing Options

Printing to the "Map & Data Library Large Format Printer" queue supports print jobs with the following attributes:

  • Black and White printing
  • Single-sided (simplex) printing
  • Roll paper - Various sizes from Letter (8.5x11 inches) to Architecture 6/E (36x48 inches)


Printing costs per impression (per side):

Page SizeWidth (inches)Height (inches)Price (B&W)
ARCH 1 (A)912$0.75
Ledger (Tabloid)1117$1.30
ARCH 2 (B)1218$1.50
ANSI C1722$2.60
ARCH 3 (C)1824$3.00
ANSI D2234$5.15
ARCH 4 (D)2436$6.00
ARCH 5 (E1)3042$8.75
ANSI E3444$10.35
ARCH 6 (E)3648$12.00

Payment requires a T-Card or Visitor Payment Card as cash is not accepted.

Cash-to-Card and Library Visitor Card dispensing machines can be found:

  • on the First Floor (North and South side, Information Commons)
  • on the Third Floor (outside the Reading Room).
For more details, please see http://onesearch.library.utoronto.ca/photoduplication-cash-card.

Wireless Printing Options

This printer does not support printing from personal laptop computers.

Other suitable printers might be found on the Information Commons Wireless Printing Service (http://printhere.utoronto.ca).

Printer Hardware

Printer Model: KIP 3000

Printer Support

Technical support for this printer is provided by the Information Commons Operations Group.

Problems with supplies (e.g. out of paper or toner) should be directed to the nearest Library Service Point.

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