Winster has its own public photocopier, in a small room at the Burton Institute. The machine is owned by the Burton Institute, using funds donated from the Secret Gardens of Winster organisation.
Anyone living in Winster (or nearby) can become a user - you pay a £5 deposit and are then billed for your usage in arrears. The machine is available at any reasonable time - users have a code to the numeric door lock.
The copier offers a choice of colour or black-and-white copying /printing. It can even print documents with a mix of colour and black-and-white, but mixed documents need to be handled very carefully to avoid being charged the colour rate even for black-and-white pages. Ask John Geddes for more information if you want to do this.
Our machine can copy single or double-sided, up to A3. There is no fold/staple facility (it would have made the machine too big for the space we have!) but the Sorting option will stack copies so that they are easy to separate.
There is an automatic document feeder (which copes with single-sided or double-sided originals) and you can also print PDF or JPG files direct from a memory key. See these notes on printing from PDF files.
The charges are the same for A4 and A3 - 6p per side for black-and-white and 9p per side for colour.
To become a user, contact John Geddes (650364, firstname.lastname@example.org)