Seems like we’re overthinking it.  What exactly is the problem with the current 


Is it the wasted paper?  I think someone suggested recycling the old slips.  
Maybe they just need a bin for the drivers to throw the old slips in.


Look how hard it is to get doctors and lawyers to stop using FAX.  And if you 
suggest eFAX, it’s like you farted in church.



From: AF <> On Behalf Of Chuck McCown
Sent: Wednesday, March 25, 2020 9:33 PM
To: AnimalFarm Microwave Users Group <>
Subject: Re: [AFMUG] OT print to a phone


They think that is too much effort 

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On Mar 25, 2020, at 5:06 PM, Bill Prince < 
<> > wrote:


If they could print a PDF, they could text it to you.


On 3/25/2020 3:25 PM, <>  wrote:

I am trying to get a local rock quarry to go paperless.  I suggested they email 
the scale ticket to the driver.  They don’t want to attempt to load in all the 
different drivers’ cell phone numbers.  If there is a way using bluetooth or 
something to just display the scale info without too much setup it could work.  
If a driver gets stopped by the highway patrol, if they have a scale ticket 
that is fairly fresh they will not have their weight questioned.  So while not 
a legal requirement to have a scale ticket it is good to have one.


But if you are making lots of trips each day the papers build up.  Like to make 
it easy to just zap the info to something on the drivers’ phone.  The UHP said 
they would be fine with something on the phone.  


Gotta make it easy to integrate with their front office scale ticketing 

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