Printers that Scan, Scanners that Print
Pitney Bowes might be able to help you. They do all sorts of odd, automated things with paper.
Yes, please go high end. Do not I repeat do not try to get by with some $400 dollar multifunction peice of junk. A decent system is going to cost $$$ especially if you want something you can shove documents in and walk away.
Perhaps I'm missing the point, but doesn't the stamp have to be on the original document? How would you pull that off the way you're talking?
>>Yes, please go high end. Do not I repeat do not try to get by with some $400 dollar multifunction peice of junk.
*grin* I have a cheap MFD that cuts the mustard for me at home where i don't need to scan that often, don't print that much, don't fax or photocopy much, but when i do i expect to just be able to do so with no hassle. Exactly what cheap MFDs were designed for.
Spend bucks at the office, go budget at home. Our home XE-80 deserves a blue ribbon or a statue. The spouse and I want to be burried with it. What a machine.
Maybe Elan Capture from Elan GMK (http://www.elan-gmk.com/software.htm). It is intended for such a situations. You may email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
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