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RE: More San Diego Demonstration Requirements

What size ballots are you planning on printing???  The QMS printer that I
have in the Omaha office can do both 11" and 14" using the paper trays.  I
also have a HP 9000 printer in the Omaha office that can do 11", 14", and
18" ballots, however, just like the old HP5si printers, you need to print
from the manual tray, and need to fake the printer in thinking that you have
a bigger piece of paper.  Also, any ballot on demand printer that we find,
will never hold registration perfectly, causing errors in scanning, and
ballots needing to be reprinted in order to scan.


-----Original Message-----
From: owner-support@gesn.com [mailto:owner-support@gesn.com]On Behalf Of
Steve Knecht
Sent: Tuesday, August 20, 2002 2:59 PM
To: frankk@dieboldes.com; Pat Green; ken@dieboldes.com; Steve Moreland;
Subject: More San Diego Demonstration Requirements

The addendum to the RFP (p.14 of 24 - 3rd question) clearly states a
requirement for the demonstration to show "ballot on demand" and central
count during our demonstration.

We are anticipating the central count.  My read is that we'll use the
database we create for the Mock election.  I believe we'll need technical
assistance on this for GEMS, the Central Count, and a ballot on demand
printer.  Is there a technical person out of Pat's group assigned to Central
Count?  Contact name/number?

I believe I asked this a month or so ago, but is anyone successfully doing
ballot on demand? With what printer device? What user interface?

Steve Moreland - can you find out if there is a demo printer for this
available in McKinney or elsewhere and who might support us in getting this
setup? (Project size is $30M).