Another thing all of these new machines including the 6502 and 8100 have is an insanely fast ADF, 120 sheets per minute or 240 images per minute duplex. Everyone that sees these comments how fast the ADF is.
same here, equally as impressive is that it will scan to USB just as fast. Customer wanted to take the scanned files back to the office after the demo to make sure they were searchable and check the quality
We bought one of the C300 when they were clearing them out and imagine my surprise to learn we also had to put toner in it! All the other printer based models come with starter cartridges. Anyway, the toner cost more than the fricken machine!!
OK, you need to change the 6502 to "Driver Command". Press "User tools" Press "printer settings" Press "system" Press "Tray setting Priority" Select "by-pass" and then set to "driver command" That will do it
So, we are having this issue, as well, however I did this (even before I searched P4P thinking I would be the save the day-er) and it still does not work. We have tried different thicknesses, different directions, flap opened/closed, changing SP modes, and my guys are now into taking the fusing section apart for adjustment. Any other tips you may have run into on the C6502's with envelopes that can help us out? We are installing in a large account where I have multiple locations waiting for...
I believe there may have been ad adjustment that we made somewhere near the registration rollers, don't have a tech here to confirm. You could always take the 6502 out and replace with the 6003SP, they run envelopes even better
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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I saw the A4 device and a picture of the A3 device at the BTA South East event in Orlando last week. I believe A4 device had a US MSRP price of $2,400. It also included enough ink for 75,000 pages of combined black & color. Cool looking unit, however the bags of ink are huge and a little scary. Would hate to see one of those break in the office.
We have published CPP's for both of these models. The SP 4510sf is anywhere from $.03-$.035, & the MP 401spf is $.0155-$.017. Based on that gap, the break-even is about 41,000 images. On a 36 month lease, that's a little more than 1,100 images per month, whereas on a 60 month lease it's not quite 700 images per month. Personally, I like the strategy behind having the two models priced differently. The printer manufacturers (specifically HP & Lexmark) have been doing this for years,...
The only way this works is when you are doing a fleet replacement against aging HP's. There are a zillion 42XX HP's and even though they are cheap to run on 3rd party cartridges customer are looking for something new. We are seeing closer to .01 on the MP 401 and SP 4520 which opens up lots of possibilities. Put 20 of them on a lease, replace the whole fleet with a single model and end up with a TCO of .013 or so. Getting to a single invoice, supplies and contact is icing on the cake.
Get a quote from a Ricoh Professional...Now that's funny. But don't worry the dealers are the most important part of Ricoh's strategy and plans going forward. They can't even update the Savin or Lanier site. Being a Savin dealer I have people rather frequently who go on the site and are turned off by how old and outdated it looks.
Will be interesting to see what, if anything, ever comes of it. We have talked a lot before about leads from the manufacturer. Maybe, just maybe, that request a quote will be shared with dealers as well. Of course with is being a Savin dealer I won't hold my breath that "Ricoh" will send us leads. I've gotten a couple in the last few years but they came from the Savin website requests. Not sure what I've gotten from Ricoh lately except heartburn and stress.
WHAT’S NEW AND DIFFERENT? SOME FEATURES LISTED BELOW REQUIRE ADDITIONAL OPTIONS IN ORDER TO WORK • 10.1-inch soft-key Smart Operation Panel, 320 GB HDD, and embedded Java are now standard. • Near Field Communication (NFC) helps support authentication and mobile device printing. • Specific Use Applications. • Standard Document Server function. • Standard Gigabit (1000Base-T) Ethernet connectivity. • Silent Mode. • New Device Software Manager utility simplifies finding and installing the...
A few months ago, I was able to view the Ricoh MP 305SPF video on youtube. I completely mis-understood how valuable this system will be for our clients, especially those clients in the AEC (Architects, Engineers & Construction)industry! For years, I wanted an MFP that would allow us to scan, print & fax 11x17, but only print letter and legal size. I thought that this would be an excellent seller because of the small foot print since it would be an A4 (prints letter & legal...
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