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Old 10-20-2008, 12:09 AM   #5
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Hi Matt, thanks for responding and for the link.
Since my last post I've decided against the idea of buying a Risograph with a computer interface. This was mostly because I couldn't see any drivers available on the Web, but also because another similar model became available without an interface.
I bought it on Ebay last night, it was half the price of the model with an interface. My reasoning was, everyone else seems to get by without an interface (a pretty sheep-like attitude, I admit), also, if the interface circuit or whatever on the Riso quits on me, what do I do then? Will it still work?
I'm due to pick the Riso up from a place in Leicestershire today, I'll keep you and anyone else who might be interested in Risograph printing technology advised on how I get on with it, on my amazing adventures in Risoland.
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