Which Office Printer (Laser, Inkjet, MFP) or
Large Format Printer is
Best for Your Needs?

Let LCS’ Printer Experts Help You Choose the Right
Office Printer (Laser Printer, Ink / Inkjet Printer, MFP / Multi-Function Printer), or
Wide / Large  Format Printer For Your Situation.

Top-tier brands, great prices. Whether for large-scale printing, everyday office use or professional photographic / graphic applications, our range of printers ensures performance, reliability, and value.

Overcoming Printer Buying Challenges:
LCS is Here to Help

Choosing the Right Printer

Navigating through Laser, Inkjet, MFP Office Printers, and Large/Wide Format Printers can be overwhelming. Add to that concerns about print quality, speed, and environmental impact. LCS simplifies this process, guiding you to a printer that ticks all your boxes.

Affordability & Value

A printer should be a smart investment that offers value for money. LCS offers top-tier brands at great prices. Plus, our printers are reliable, durable, and designed to minimize ongoing ink/toner costs.

Ease of Use & Convenience

Ease of setup, maintenance, and space-saving design are critical considerations when choosing a printer. LCS ensures you get a printer that’s user-friendly, easy to maintain, and fits your workspace seamlessly.

Fast and Economical
Laser, Inkjet and MFP Office Printers

  • Boost productivity with the latest printing technology
  • Enjoy high-speed printing with speeds up to 65 PPM
  • Choose from a wide range of standard and MFP (Multi-Function), monochrome (black & white) & colour printers
  • Benefit from feature-rich devices with duplexing, Wi-Fi, networking, automatic document feeder, finishing stations and more
  • Accommodates a full range of paper types and sizes up to 11” X 17”

Professional Photographic and Graphic Art
Large Format Printers

a Professional Photographic and Graphic Art Large Format Printer.
  • Quality guaranteed with top brands like Epson and HP
  • Capable of printing onto a wide range of media types including paper, vinyl, cotton fabric, canvas, etc.
  • MFP Large Format devices available for versatile printing needs
  • Benefit from our factory-trained technical staff available to provide installation and support

Featured Printers

Small. Dependable. Secure.

Colour multi-function

Lexmark MC3326i

  • Print, copy, scan
  • Colour
  • Lexmark’s full-spectrum security architecture
  • Prints up to 26 ppm black & colour (LTR/A4) 
  • Connect via standard Wi-Fi, gigabit ethernet and USB
  • Recommended monthly page volume 600 – 2,500 pages
  • Automatic document feeder
  • Download specs

Limited Inventory.. Order Now !

$ 655

+ Shipping or Local Pickup

Easy and affordable printing in the world’s smallest plotter

HP DesignJet T230 24″ Printer with 2-year Warranty
  • Prints up to 2400 X 1200 optimized dpi
  • Sheet feed, roll feed, automatic horizontal cutter
  • Sheet size 8.3″ X 11″ to 24″ X 74.7″
  • Gigabit Ethernet (1000Base-T), Hi-Speed USB, Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g/n, Wi-Fi Direct
  • Dynamic security enabled printer
  • 35 sec/pg on A1
  • Download specs

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$ 1295 00

+ Shipping or Local Pickup

Productivity. Reliability. Security

Lexmark MS431dn

  • Print
  • Monochrome
  • Lexmark’s full-spectrum security architecture
  • Print speed up to 42 ppm black (letter)
  • Gigabit Ethernet (10/100/1000), USB compatible with USB 2.0 specification
  • Prints up to 8,000 pages/month
  • Download specs

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$ 449

+ Shipping or Local Pickup

Lexmark MB3442i

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

How do I choose the right Office Printer for my needs?

  • Start by thinking about what you’re printing. If it’s mostly words and not a lot of pictures, a Laser Printer is likely your best match. It’s fast, makes super sharp letters, and is usually cheaper in the long run.
  • Next, consider color. Are you printing splashy graphics, photos, or artwork? An Ink Printer might give you the vibrant color you need. But if you just need a bit of color here and there, a Laser Printer can handle that too.
  • Then, think about extras. Do you need to scan or make copies? A Multi-Function Printer (MFP) with a document feeder could be a great choice.
  • Don’t worry about connectivity – we can find a printer that fits what you need, whether that’s Wi-Fi, network cable, or something else.
  • Finally, think about paper size. Most of our printers handle regular business sizes, but if you need to print bigger, like tabloid sizes, we’ve got you covered.

Why might I choose a Multi-Function Printer (MFP)?

  • If you do more than just print, an MFP could be a great choice. It’s like having your own mini-office. It can print, scan, copy, and sometimes even fax. Say goodbye to having different machines for each task. With an MFP, you get all these functions wrapped up in one handy device. It saves you space, and can save you money by not needing to buy separate devices.

When is a Large Format (or Wide Format) Printer the right choice?

  • If you need to print large or wide-scale items like banners, posters, or architectural plans, a Large Format (also known as Wide Format) Printer is your go-to choice. These printers are commonly used by businesses like advertising agencies, graphic design studios, architectural firms, and photography studios. They deliver outstanding image quality – perfect for photographs, fine art reproductions, or detailed graphics.

What should I consider when choosing a Large Format (or Wide Format) Printer?

  • Consider what size and width of prints you need, as well as the materials you’ll be printing on. Large Format (or Wide Format) Printers can handle a range of materials (including paper, vinyl, cotton fabric, canvas, etc.), and on much larger media sizes than office printers. You’ll also want to consider the image quality you want. Some Large Format Printers also have extra features, like the ability to scan or copy, similar to a Multi-Function Printer.

What are the differences between Laser and Inkjet (or Ink) Printers?

  • When you’re choosing a printer, you’re usually deciding between two types: Inkjet (or Ink) Printers and Laser Printers.
  • Inkjet Printers, also known as Ink Printers, use tiny droplets of ink to create images and text. They’re often cheaper to buy and can print really vibrant colors, making them a great choice for photos and images. However, they can be more expensive in the long run because replacing the ink can add up. These printers can sometimes be a little finicky – they might need head cleaning, which uses up ink, or their cartridges can dry out if not used regularly.
  • Laser Printers, on the other hand, use a toner cartridge filled with fine powder. They’re often more expensive upfront, but overall, they can be less expensive, especially if you print a lot. They tend to print faster, their text comes out super sharp, and they often have a higher page yield per cartridge, so might require fewer cartridge replacements. This could make them a more environmentally friendly choice in this aspect. However, they can be a bit louder due to their complex internal machinery.

How can I estimate the total cost of owning a printer?

  • When estimating the total cost of owning a printer, you should consider more than just the purchase price. There are a few other costs that you’ll want to keep in mind.
  • First, think about the cost of supplies. This includes ink or toner cartridges, and also paper. The cost of ink or toner can vary a lot depending on the type of printer, how often you print, and what you print.
  • Next, think about the cost of maintenance. Some printers need regular professional servicing, while others can be maintained with simple at-home cleaning and part replacements.
  • Finally, energy use can also add to the cost. Printers can vary in how much energy they use, so think about how often you’ll be using the printer and whether you need a printer with energy-saving features.

What should I consider when deciding on a printer for high-volume printing?

  • If you’re printing a lot of pages regularly, you’ll need a printer that can keep up.
  • First, consider the printer’s duty cycle. This is the number of pages that a printer can handle per month without problems. It’s a good indicator of the printer’s durability.
  • Next, look at printers with high page yields, meaning they can print more pages before you need to replace the ink or toner.
  • Also, consider the speed of the printer. A faster printer can save you a lot of time if you’re printing high volumes.
  • Think about paper handling capabilities. Printers with larger paper trays or additional feed options won’t need to be refilled as often. Some can automatically pull paper from another tray when one is empty or can be equipped with extra-large capacity trays.
  • Finally, take into account the cost per page. For high-volume printing, you’ll want a printer that is economical with ink or toner to keep your costs down.

When should I consider Managed Print Services instead of buying a printer?

  • Managed Print Services (MPS) is akin to renting your printing equipment instead of buying it. With MPS, a service provider takes care of all your printing needs – from maintenance and supplies to the recycling of old equipment. This can be a great choice if managing your own printers feels too time-consuming or complex.
  • MPS is also worth considering if you have significant printing needs. While there’s no strict minimum, MPS typically makes more sense for businesses with significant printing needs as the cost efficiencies become more apparent at higher volumes. With MPS, you pay for what you print, and the service provider handles the rest, making it a convenient and often cost-effective solution.
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  • Remember, the imaging specialists at LCS are well-qualified and ready to help you decide which approach makes the most sense for your situation!

How can LCS help a large company manage its print fleet?

  • Managing a large print fleet can be complex, but LCS has the expertise to simplify it. We have years of experience serving large clients, so we understand the unique needs and challenges of handling numerous devices.
  • Whether it’s streamlining printer placement for efficiency, conducting regular maintenance to prevent downtime, or optimizing ink and toner usage to control costs, LCS can provide a comprehensive strategy. Our team can also help with recycling programs for old equipment and selecting eco-friendly devices for your fleet.
  • With LCS, you gain a partner committed to ensuring your print fleet supports your company’s goals effectively and efficiently.
    If you have any questions or need assistance with your print fleet, don’t hesitate to contact the imaging specialists at LCS. We’re here to help!

Experience Comprehensive
Printer Solutions with LCS

Laser Cartridge Services Inc. (LCS), a Canadian-owned business, specializes in providing comprehensive printing solutions to Canadian businesses. With LCS, you gain access to a diverse range of high-quality printers, including Office Printers, Inkjet Printers, Laser Printers, Multi-Function Printers, and Large Format Printers, highlighting our commitment to quality and sustainability.

We’re an authorized sales and service provider offering a wide selection of top brand printers, including Epson, Lexmark, HP, and Xerox. We ensure a seamless process from selection to setup, delivering top-tier printing equipment tailored to your specific needs.

Through LCS’s extensive print management expertise, we help businesses control printing costs and maximize their printing resources. Whether you need a single office printer or a comprehensive print fleet for large-scale operations, trust LCS as your comprehensive solution for printer sales and services.

Proudly wearing our ‘Made in Canada’ badge, we take pride in our diverse service offerings and unwavering commitment to customer satisfaction. With LCS, you experience the best quality, affordability, and sustainable solutions in the realm of printing.