PaperCut is the new printmanagement system at the TUHH... [expand for more info]

PaperCut creates a new, modern and simple user interface and helps to print more ecofriendly. There will be no more green cover sheets and a new release system is introduced to personally produce everyones printouts.

The printing quotas from the previous semesters are transferred. The extra quota for print failures are discontinued. Students continue to have their personal print quota, employees use their institute print quota.

As usual, print jobs can also be sent from the PC-Pools, from managed workstations and from anywhere while connected via eduroam or VPN. The following pages provide detailed instructions on how to send print jobs and how to set up the printer on your own device.

To get a printout do the following steps:

  1. Send your print job to the TUHH print server
  2. Go to a printer of your choice and release the job there

Instructions for the printing process and setting up the printers

All RZ TUHH printers merely serve research and teaching purposes and are subject to a fee.


The scanners can be used free of charge during the opening hours.

Log on to the appropriate computer with your TUHH Account credentials. Use the installed software to scan your documents. After scanning, simply save your document in your home drive, on a USB stick, as an email attachment or on the Internet.


The computer center does not provide its own copy machines, which can be used via the print quota. However, we do provide scanners and printers.
Coin copiers for black and white copies were recently available in the library (building J) and the LuK (building A). This information is without guarantee!


For study purposes for research and teaching, you are welcome to visit the printing centre (building L) and to contact us.


Your printing quota was transferred from Studidruck to PaperCut. Please release your print jobs personally in front of the printer (FollowMe Print).

If you have any questions or problems, please have a look at the instructions and FAQfirst. For further questions, suggestions and problem reports please contact We will respond in a timely fashion. Furthermore you can visit the WLAN consulting during the opening hours.

In the non-lecture period, the WLAN consultation will take place with Jelisa Bonsen and Phillip Vogel in E2.047/E2.048. You can find the dates here, as well as in the corridors in the E building.

  • wednesdays: 10:00 - 13:00
  • thursdays: 10:00 - 13:00