Answered By: Timothy Grasso
Last Updated: Oct 02, 2018     Views: 114

The Fuller library is transitioning to a new way of printing in our building – Wēpa. Wēpa is an outsourced, cloud based, print management solution for patron printing that allows you to print from literally anywhere! These kiosks will be installed at the library on April 12, 2018.

There are seven (yes, seven!) ways that you can print, which include mobile, from the cloud, and USB. Regardless of the specific method of upload, your document will need to be released at a particular Wepa Kiosk in order to print. 

To delete an upload you no longer wish to print, log into your Wepa account at There you can manage all of the documents that you have uploaded in the last 6 days. A six digit alpha-numeric release code appears if the document is available at a Wepa station for printing. If the document has already been printed, you can select "recover file" to print it again. After 6 days from being uploaded, files are automatically deleted from Wepa's servers. If you would like to print again past 6 days, the original file most be re-uploaded. 

You can also cancel print jobs that are currently printing or in your queue at the Wepa Kiosk: 

  1. After selecting a payment option, the page number being printed and total number of pages will be shown at the top of the screen in a circle.
  2. Select ‘Cancel Remaining‘ to stop printing all remaining pages from all print jobs.
  3. Select ‘Cancel Job‘ to stop printing print job that is currently printing.
  4. Select ‘Remove Job‘ to remove print job from print queue to prevent it from printing.

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