Looks like some of the newer TallyGenicom line printers support PJL

Printronix has IPDS line printers...

You could also go with a Printek 8001, with a single form feed. But a line
printer would be a nice step up in speed.


On Tue, Jun 3, 2014 at 9:11 AM, Steve Jones <sjones@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

We have been using a Printek 8003 printer to print various multi-part
forms. Our last Printek has decided to no longer work, so we are looking
for a new dot matrix printer.

We are looking for a dot matrix, Ethernet connected printer that would not
require using a remote outq to print. Can anyone recommend a printer that
fits this description?

It does not have to handle multiple forms like the 8003 does.

Thanks in advance!!
Steve Jones
H-P Products, Inc

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