We are currently replacing all our printers, scanners, and copiers with a modern, sustainable fleet of multifunctioning devices.
As part of the rollout, Unicard printers will not be available from 9am, Monday 4 July. New Ricoh printers will become available across our locations from 12 noon, Monday 4 July until Monday 11 July (inclusive). The Papercut application will not be available from 9am, 4 July and a new version (myprint.flinders.edu.au) will be available from 12 noon, Monday 4 July.
Printers will become available as per the following schedule:
|Printer locations||New printers available close of business (unless otherwise stated)|
|Central Library – Bedford park||12pm, 4 July|
|Victoria Square||4 July|
|FMC Library||4 July|
|Sturt Library||4 July|
|Law and Commerce building||5 July|
|Social Sciences South & North buildings||5 July|
|Physical Sciences building||6 July|
|Student Hub and Union building||6 July|
|Education building||7 July|
|IST building||7 July|
|Science Innovation & Learning Centre (SILC)||8 July|
|University Hall||8 July|
|Flinders Living Community Centre||8 July|
|Victor Harbor||11 July|
What to expect:
A single print queue
“FlindersPrint” is the only print queue you will need to use to print to any MFDs at Flinders.
Cheaper printing and copying
Printing and copying will become cheaper. Prices will be available from 4 July on the student computing and printing web page.
Student support (Ricoh valets)
A Ricoh Valet will have a physical presence on level 1 in the Central Library. Valets can help with trouble shooting, operating any of the new MFDs or assisting you to add print credits on ID cards through the Papercut application (myprint.flinders.edu.au).
Instructional posters will be up at the printers, showing how to connect your personal device to the FlindersPrint queue and how to print, copy scan.
Updated student computing and printing website
The current computing and printing web page will be updated from 4 July with user guides, FAQs, useful links, self-serve prices, specialist copy services and other general information.
Autoloaders will be removed from all 5 locations around metro campuses. This means you can no longer use these machines to add credit to student ID cards, and cash is no longer accepted.