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Re: Canon U.S.A. to Launch Océ ColorWave 900 at PRINT 13

Old Glory ·
I'm probably about to prove my ignorance of wide format. 6,000 sq.ft. per hour is 50 d-sized a minute, correct?
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Re: Canon U.S.A. to Launch Océ ColorWave 900 at PRINT 13

JasonR ·
Here's the math: 6,000 Square Feet / 60 minutes=100 square feet per minute Divide that by 3 (if your wide format is 36") to get linear feet per minute = 33.3 Divide that by 2 (since D is 24" long) to get 16.67 per minute This machine's rated speed is 12,000 sq feet an hour,or 200 square a minute. Divide that by 3.5 (since the machine is 42" width) to get 57.14 linear feet per minute. If you are printing D size prints, divide that by 2 to get 28.57 per minute.
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Re: Best Black & White MFP for 10k/month yeild. Suggestions?

TimB ·
FYI: Toshiba, overall, is in the top ten for R&D Spend-to-Sales ratios. "Bottom dweller" really is not a fair use of words. With any device manufacturer, product is only as good as its dealer support. Get references if need be. RE: maintenance; The asker is talking B&W devices not color. Regardless, get the maintenance. Fewer spikes in copy quality or hardware issues because you'll make that phone call to fix rather than putting up with poor copy quality, etc. for fear of how much it...
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Re: Best Black & White MFP for 10k/month yeild. Suggestions?

Art Post ·
TimB: Thanx for the comment! I believe you with the top ten in R & D for Spend to Sales ratios, but I don't R & D being conducted for copiers not like Canon, Xerox, KonicaMInolta & Xerox. If it walks like a duck, quacks like a duck then it must be a duck. Toshiba's market share over the last ten years in the US has always been at or near the bottom of the pack, thus they are cellar dwellers, bottom feeders, in the US market. You are correct with the MA, they were not asking for...
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Re: Best Black & White MFP for 10k/month yeild. Suggestions?

EByers ·
Art, I like your general guidance to the initial poster, and I won't grade your writing since this isn't an English class. In regard to this brief post conversation, I think honesty is the best policy with customers and with ourselves. Yes Tim, they probably are in the top ten. However, the customer was asking which is the best. By rankings in the market place, the top seven do not include Toshiba. They fall within the bottom 7% of market share for shipments and the bottom 8.6% for market...
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Re: Best Black & White MFP for 10k/month yeild. Suggestions?

Art Post ·
thanx for nor grading my English!!! most threads are done at night and I'll admit, I'm much better at selling than writing.
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Re: Best Black & White MFP for 10k/month yeild. Suggestions?

muleyman ·
First is this your actual reply to the account looking at thoseToshiba products listed (455 & 305)? If yes and they have a great history with the Toshiba product, telling them there a "bottom dweller" would make anyone think that you're only wanting to sell them what YOU'RE offering. The models they requested are older models of Toshiba and who knows if they've worked well for them or not. Also if you research the Okidata product, most of their MFP's are based on the Toshiba platform now...
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Re: Best Black & White MFP for 10k/month yeild. Suggestions?

Art Post ·
Actually, I did not mention that I am offering any equipment to them. I'm not even sure where they are located, I'm not looking to sell them, All of the recent MFP's that I've seen at the shows have pretty much the same GUI> I do remember something about a more robust partnering with Toshiba/
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Re: Canon U.S.A.'s imageRUNNER ADVANCE 4200 Series Brings Next Generation Platform to Midrange Black-and-White MFP Segment

Czech ·
From the Ricoh's I've played around with, you can see all of the file names in the document server, but require authentication to print/send the file. Canon's units can have up to 100 mailboxes that can be individually named. Files are then securely stored inside each mailbox so that non-authenticated users cannot see what's inside someone else's mailbox.
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Re: Canon U.S.A.'s imageRUNNER ADVANCE 4200 Series Brings Next Generation Platform to Midrange Black-and-White MFP Segment

Czech ·
You can scan to Mailboxes (like Ricoh's document server, but better) and an Advanced Box as well (similar to dropbox). Anything else requires additional software.
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Re: Canon U.S.A.'s imageRUNNER ADVANCE 4200 Series Brings Next Generation Platform to Midrange Black-and-White MFP Segment

Art Post ·
How is scanning the document server pn the Canon better than the Ricoh?
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Re: Canon U.S.A.'s imageRUNNER ADVANCE 4200 Series Brings Next Generation Platform to Midrange Black-and-White MFP Segment

Czech ·
Hey Art, You can scan to Google Docs (now called Google Drive), Microsoft Exchange, Email, Shared Network, as per a regular imageRUNNER ADVANCE unit. Yes, you can get the booklet finisher on a 4225.
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Re: Canon U.S.A.'s imageRUNNER ADVANCE 4200 Series Brings Next Generation Platform to Midrange Black-and-White MFP Segment

Art Post ·
A few questions for the Canon experts! Can this system only scan to google docs? Can you get the bookletmaker on the 4225?
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Re: Managing Print Costs for Wide Format Ink Plotters

Art Post ·
For all Premium Members here is the link in the "clips" section of this web site to access the document http://www.p4photel.com/clip/u...ttersvsledsystemsxls
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Re: Canon puts document management in the cloud

VinceMcHugh ·
Art, My Canon TSE tells me that this is only true for Europe. The release of the Cloud based version of Therefore won't happen in the USA till May or June of 2014. Vince
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Re: Canon Solutions America's IDEAS v2.0 (Intelligent Dealer Electronic Archive System) Now Includes Processing for Deal Jackets

Art Post ·
Wow! This is big!! I could use this for a few of my accounts! Anyone hear what the cost is??
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Re: This Week in the Copier/Office Equipment Industry 10 Years Ago Second Week of May 2004

Art Post ·
Hi Mary: The title of the Blog is: This Week in the Copier/Office Equipment Industry 10 Years Ago Second Week of May 2004 Art
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Re: This Week in the Copier/Office Equipment Industry 10 Years Ago Fourth Week of April 2004)

Julia H. ·
I will be out of the office starting 04/23/2014 and will not return until 05/13/2014. I will have limited email access, if this issue is urgent and requires an immediate assistance, please contact Eileen at eileen.cleary@tabs.toshiba.com. Thank you. This message (and any attached files) is secret, confidential and proprietary and is intended solely for specific addressee(s). If the reader of this message is not the intended recipient, please notify the sender immediately by reply email and...
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Re: This Week in the Copier/Office Equipment Industry 10 Years Ago Second Week of May 2004

MaryF ·
This info is 10 yrs old..looks like dates in meta data spewed old stuff
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Re: This Week in the Copier/Office Equipment Industry 10 Years Ago Second Week of June 2004

Alan ·
I am out of the office until 20/06/2014. Note: This is an automated response to your message "Post By Art Post: This Week in the Copier/Office Equipment Industry ..." sent on 16/06/2014 1:13:20 p.m.. This is the only notification you will receive while this person is away. Alan Creighton Service Manager (Embedded image moved to file: pic17864.gif) Ricoh New Zealand Limited | cnr Anglesea & London Streets | PO Box 758 | Waikato Mail Centre | Hamilton 3204 | New Zealand Phone: +64 7 839...
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Re: Samsung to Acquire Nuance?

yeti ·
Equitrac/Safecom/ecopy/ppdm its too small of a component of Nuance. I will bet you they split the document imaging division into a separate company.
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Re: Samsung to Acquire Nuance?

Czech ·
I think buying Nuance would be a great opportunity for Samsung to get deeper in the solutions side of the industry. However, I 100% agree with Yeti that it's too small of a division of Nuance. Knowing that iPhone's Siri uses Nuance technology gives Samsung huge opportunities to work with or against Apple.
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Re: Canon’s New imageRUNNER ADVANCE 350iF/250iF Models Deliver Advanced Small Color Multifunction Systems for Enterprises and SMB Customers

TML ·
It's supposed to be built like Canon's iR400/500iF but color. It's not shipping until the middle of August but already has a pretty good hype to it. Price point is very favorable for an A4 color print device.
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Re: If you make your living selling MPS

Czech ·
Great article from West! Those are some interesting stats. Regarding "Canon go Kaboom": Canon will always push hard for colour because they want to maintain their #1 spot in the marketplace. On the dealer side profitability is based on what the account needs. If a customer is doing 10 colour prints a month on an inkjet printer, dealers will sell a monochrome box. Corporate Canon on the other hand will push for a colour box, even though the colour volumes are not enough to make profit on the...
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Re: Océ South Africa announces availability of new small but scalable light production press

Art Post ·
Am I reading this right? A4 size??
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Re: Canon Marketing to Sell 3D Systems Printers in Japan

Art Post ·
wow! My guess is it's just pretty much a matter of time before the likes or Ricoh, Xerox and KM pick up on this, and why not, it's right up our alley for serviced and maintenance.
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Re: Does anyone have a clue as to how the CPC billing model started in the first place?

Wallingford ·
What came next with some dealers in the Oz market, was a guarantee that the client's copy costs would not rise annually, above a maximum of 10% which most clients would agree to. Or that it would only rise by the CPI, which these days is a joke of a deal, as it is only around 2%. But some now guarantee to hold the pricing for the term of the rental agreement, which at 5 years is just down right stupid.This has now become a lot more prevalent, as weak salesmen sell (if you can call it...
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Re: Does anyone have a clue as to how the CPC billing model started in the first place?

Art Post ·
Wallingford Thanx for this! From your thread I can tell we all have most of the same issues. Anyone else care to help with their first experience with CPC?
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Re: Does anyone have a clue as to how the CPC billing model started in the first place?

txeagle24 ·
I've only been around 9 years, but when I first started, we were selling the old Ricoh AP3800CMF (A3 color printer w/ a scanner kit attached to make it an MFP) since the 1224c/1232c was such a bust. In our Service Agreements, black toner was included in the CPP, but color toner was billable. When trying to get those customers to upgrade to the 2238c, I would create a cost per page analysis (since toner was included in our CPP for the 2238c) and had several furious customers who thought we...
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Re: Does anyone have a clue as to how the CPC billing model started in the first place?

John Saramak ·
I remember it well and at ComDoc, in the early 80's we sometimes put the offer out there without it being a formal price plan. I think the customer realized that a lot of the toner they purchased and stocked was useless at end of the machines life. It was like a primer with a customer who had that and TCO on their mind, it was a way to close them. Equally, I remember taking it one step further in the early 90's with copy management - the first all inclusive (hardware, service, supplies)...
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Re: Does anyone have a clue as to how the CPC billing model started in the first place?

Old Glory ·
I remember a plan that didn't really take hold but it was a plan like the one John talked about and all accessories were proposed in the form of copies...you want a finisher, just commit to 10,000 additional copies per month. The CPC rate had an equipment portion attached to it so more clicks funded more equipment. If the CPC was normal plus .003, 10,000 clicks added $30/month which would fund $1,500 additional. Some customers that weren't willing to pay $1,500 would agree to 10,000 more...
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Re: Does anyone have a clue as to how the CPC billing model started in the first place?

Art Post ·
Wow! These are some awesome stories, I'm sure there are many more out there from some of our veterans, would love to read more.
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Re: Envelope Feeding with Canon C350iF

NC_ACC ·
Yes, if you run from the first drawer instead of bypass.
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Re: Canon C350iF Question about Cloud Enabled

Czech ·
Hey Art, I believe this refers to their "Google Docs" function which allows you to access your Google Drive. We have a 350iF in our showroom and I don't see any cloud-based applications embedded in the interface. Most of Canon's document management solutions are server-based.
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Re: Canon C350iF Question about Cloud Enabled

Art Post ·
hmmmmm
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Re: Canon C350iF Question about Cloud Enabled

NC_ACC ·
Canon has just changed their cloud enabled service. For several years now, Canon allowed acces to Google Drive and Sharepoint by simply entering a PIN to enable. Two months ago Canon annouced that to broaden thier cloud connect offering, a web interface module would have to be purchased for each ADVANCED unit to connect, moving forward. Thus, the PIN no longer allows access from all the legfacy units in the field. Canon has offered free web interface kits to all units currently in the field.
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Re: Envelope Feeding with Canon C350iF

Jason H ·
Just to add on to that we have had a great success of running the envelopes from the tray. Customers have had very few complaints with it other than the occasional jam.
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Re: Canon extends office print portfolio with 4 new devices

Czech ·
Looks like the C250iF/C350iF!
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Re: Océ VarioPrint i300 Inkjet Press to be Demonstrated to Thousands of Visitors at Canon EXPO New York 2015

Art Post ·
Pretty cool to have a captured event like this. Kudos to Canon!
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Re: Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE 500i

Art Post ·
any?
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Re: Canon EXPO 2015

Art Post ·
Sounds like a plan!
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Re: Canon EXPO 2015

Jason H ·
If anyone from the group will be there I'd like to try to meet up for a beer or something. I'm flying in Monday morning early l and leaving Saturday morning. Will be doing the touristy stuff with my wife some as neither of us have been to NYC. We are staying in Times Square at the millenium hotel.
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Re: Canon EXPO 2015

Art Post ·
Ah, that's cool!! I won't be there since we're not a Canon Dealer. However, I live right across the bay in NJ! Have fun! Make sure you visit the 911 Memorial.
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Re: Canon EXPO 2015

Jason H ·
Yes, I am big history nut so we have to do all of that stuff - 9/11 memorial, Ellis Island, Statue of Liberty, and anything else that is there to see. A friend of mine said they would probably have something very nice for the 9/11 memorial being that it's the week of 9/11. I'm looking forward to seeing the city.
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Re: Canon EXPO 2015

Art Post ·
If you have a free evening, you can take the SeaStreak Ferry to Highlands, NJ. That's where I live, we could have dinner and then you and family take the ferry back to NYC. Here in Highlands, which is the highest point on the East Coast, is Twin Lights (lighthouse fort) and Sandy Hook (National Park), absolute breath taking area on the shore! http://seastreak.com/ http://www.nps.gov/gate/planyo...ngstodosandyhook.htm http://www.highlandsnj.com/
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