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Printer stands make it simple to move heavy printers, copiers, scanners, and other devices around the office as needed, such as to meeting rooms or conference spaces. These carts often include several features for storage, making it easier and more convenient to use the machines on the go. Read More
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Types of printer stands

There are several types of printer carts and stands with features based on location and the intended use. Small units called under-desk stands fit beneath office desks with just enough room to hold the machines. This allows workers to reach down and grab material without having to get up from their workstations. Dual units have enough space to fit two machines for offices that output a lot of documents. Laser printer stands perfectly fit devices that are often larger than inkjets. Charging stations have a place for printers to sit on the top and laptops, tablets, or other electronics sit inside where they can charge before use.

Printer cart materials

The materials used to make utility carts relate to the type of device involved. For example, many mobile printer carts have a steel structure, which can withstand heavy weight and also won’t warp or melt from the heat of a machine. Wood carts look elegant and many have special finishes and coatings. Some offer heat resistance to withstand warmth from the cart, water repellency in case of spilled drinks, and laminates that won’t scratch and are easy to keep clean.

Printer storage cart features

There are many features included with carts and stands. One feature is pull-out trays to hold laptops without wireless connectivity to the machines. Many have drawers that store ink, toner, paper, and other office accessories. Several more options include:

  • Cabinets with lockable doors to keep equipment safe
  • Adjustable shelves that lower or raise to hold different-sized objects
  • Lockable caster wheels so the cart doesn't roll away on unlevel floors
  • Outlet pop-up ports to charge phones, tablets, and laptops
  • Handles that make pushing the cart less stressful on the hands
  • Side pockets for folders to hold printer material
  • Wire baskets that hang from the sides for extra storage capacity
  • Recessed tops to keep items from falling off
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