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Inventor:
Osadciw; Nicholas P
Address:
Webster, NY
No. of patents:
2
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8199346 System and method for controlling printing of a print job in a printing system June 12, 2012
A system for controlling printing of a print job in a printing system is provided. In practice, a first value corresponding with a first proposed number of prints to be produced with the printing system is stored in a memory communicating with the controller. When the first value exceeds
5305056 Method of controlling diagnostics in a printing system April 19, 1994
There is provided a method of performing a service on a job with a printing system in which the printing system is selectively operable in a first system mode and a second system mode. The method includes the steps of programming the job with instructions for directing the printing syste










 
 
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