Is it possible to make a Wi-Fi network only processed a print server?


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I hope have correctly written question, but for clarity I will explain the situation.

At the moment there are 7 computers which number a few months there will be more and each wi-fi adapter + wired Internet ( BUT NOT ALL), there is also a high-performance printer having only the usb standard also has wi-fi.
At the moment the situation is this - all computers are connected via wi-fi in home group, one of the computers the printer is connected, printing is done via Wi-Fi. These are the crutches.

The problem is that often disconnects from the Internet, the Internet becomes impossible, IT says that the Wi-Fi adapters and they should be removed, but then there will be a need for more printers.

The question is, is it possible to make a wi-fi network was used exclusively for a bunch of computers printer? To the problem with the cutting out from the Internet came to naught, and that it is impossible to work.
Oh, I hope wrote more or less clear. I would really appreciate your help!
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There are two options. As already unsubscribed DevMan you can buy a gadget called a print server. He clings to the local network with a network cable, and the printer is connected via USB.

The second option is cheaper, but less fault tolerant. A USB printer connected to one computer, and rasshiryaetsya on the entire Department. The computer becomes a print server.

While typing and came up with a third option. Access point Wi-Fi in the office. Then on computers that do not need Wi-Fi adapters.
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Do not understand what does wi-fi, internet and printer? Shizophrenia some. To make the separation possible - put on a cheap router is openwrt/ddwrt and put the printer in a separate VLAN. Only on the quality of communication and connection with printer is not affected, it is likely just a buffer overflow.
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