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How to Print Multiple Images on a Sony UP980 C-Arm Printer

Posted by Stephen Loomis

May 1, 2014 10:55:00 AM

Multiple_Image_C-Arm_SettingWith some paper types costing as much as $250 per case, wasting paper on your Sony UP980 C-arm printer is a touch more detrimental than an errant fax or a duplicate at the office copier. Fortunately, the UP980 has settings that allow you to print up to 6 images on the same sheet for more economical viewing. Watch the video below for step-by-step instructions on how to change the multi-image setting on your Sony UP980 C-Arm printer.

 

Multi-Image Settings on a Sony UP980 Printer

Multi-Image Settings on a Sony UP980 Printer

 

Multi-image prints are perfect for those quick reference situations or for giving patients hard copies of their scans. If you'd like to see more time and money-saving C-arm service tips, take a look at our free C-arm resources page.

 

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Topics: Imaging Equipment Service, C-Arm, Medical Imaging Service Training

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