A stand-alone photocopier is a single unit entirely devoted to copying functions. The many benefits of a stand-alone photocopier include very fast copy speed, large and economical ink toners, sophisticated document management features such as stapling, binding, sorting and sizing, the ability to copy onto different sizes of paper, low cost copying per page and robust mechanics for high volume of use. Stand-alone copiers usually offer a lower cost-per-page than multifunctional devices and are are ideal for businesses with medium to high copy needs. Document finishing features such as binding, sorting and stapling are far less common and less durable in multifunction photocopiers.
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