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Does a laser print Mikraos Gedolos Tanach or Nach exist online (for free)?

Update: Since there seems to be some confusion as to what I mean by "laser print" I will clarify my question. The new printing of most books nowadays had the letters sharp and uniform. The sentences are straight and sit on a perfect line. Older books have letters where the ink sometimes does not fill out the entire letter, letters are not exactly uniform, etc. Think of any siddur from about 20 years ago and Artscroll today, the perfect print of Artscroll is what I'm calling laser print (I know laser print could simply mean anything printed from a laser printer but in the vernacular laser print tends to mean a uniform, sharp consistent print). I'm looking for any version of the Mikraos Gedolos Tanach/Nach with the sharp perfect print.

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the pdf's exist which you would have to download and print. – Danno Jul 27 '14 at 20:26
hebrewbooks.org – Danno Jul 27 '14 at 20:32
@DannySchoemann My question would then be "what version fo the mikraot gedolot"? The torat chaim? Which meforshim? Not that I think there is one, but is the question asking for access to a specific thing or a general resource? – Danno Jul 28 '14 at 16:48
You might want to avoid referring to this as laser-print, as it may be somewhat misleading. Particularly over the last century, up until around the 1990s and even now, offset-printing was used because it was cheap (although often illegible) and the printer did not need to store large libraries of prepared stereotypes (or metallic type of any kind). What you are referring to would more accurately termed either as a phototypesetting process or as a digital typesetting process. – Noach MiFrankfurt Jul 28 '14 at 18:23
Does it have to be printer ready? Places like OYW and Sefaria have about a dozen different meforshim in text format allowing you to read the tanach text with the meforshim you want on your monitor. – Bachrach44 Nov 14 '14 at 1:55

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