Looking for a Laser Printer which takes Paper Roll instead of seperate(A​4 size) papers

we are looking for a Laser Printer which takes Paper Roll instead of seperate(A4 size) papers   

I don't know of any laser printers that take a roll instead of sheets.  There are some small designjets that might have a roll feed accessory but they are inkjet printers and designed for graphics applications.
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