Feb 16, 2006 12:13 PM In its February 2006 “Printer Quarterly Statistics United States—Database” report by Camille Iorns, Gartner Dataquest (Stamford, CT) reports Canon U.S.A., Inc. (Lake Success, NY) is the number one overall brand leader in the color copier market and in every speed segment of the black-and-white copier market in the U.S. Canon held the No. 1 brand market share position in the color copier market for 2005, with a 21 percent share. This is the 19th consecutive year Canon has
Gee, What a waste of my time! Ricoh is only marketing the GEL Print Printers through RBS only! I was just informed from my DMS today. Ricoh needs to step it up and release this product to the dealers! I wonder if the same is going to be true for the "New" MP1500!! Art Post
Canon Professional Puncher-A1 produces perfectly punched output at the rated system speed of the printer. The selected printers run at speeds of 105ppm, 95ppm, and 86ppm (based on letter-sized paper). A key feature of the Professional Puncher-A1 is easy job setup for in-line punching in both walk-up environments from the product’s graphical user interface and networked computers through Canon’s intuitively-designed print drivers. “In this market segment, this is the only in-line punching
I have a prospect who is looking at the 2400wd, however they are purchasing some software and the software provider says just buy HP. The main reasons the software vendor says this is because #1 their software prints in full color and it is instrumental in differentiating terrain, etc... #2 HP has provided them with systems to test their software with, so they can comfortable endorse their product. My dialog originated with my prospect because they wanted to save time and money on their
I just had the chance to downlos the printer driver for this product. The Ricoh web site states that this is a raster print driver. The system can print upto 12 x 18. Can I seel this to an architect you wants to print hals size plots? I thought I would need a print driver that allows for Vector printing. Can anyone help? Thanx Art Post
Lately we have been hearing alot of talk about what Xerox reps are telling end users about the paper stock that the DocuColor 250 can handle. Most of us have heard the same thing. "All Paper stocks, this thing can print onto any paper stock!" It has been reported from end users that the 250 is not what they are claiming it to be. The Doc250 would only handle lightwieght cover stock and would not run double-sided gloss text. A technician reported that Xerox has pulled back by Engieering to
This years show is in Phili, PA. Mike and I are going and we plan to spend two days at the show. Is anyone else planning to attend. This is a great show where you can view the EDM vendors plus all of the hardware vendors. Here is the link: Print On Demand
Got this from an email sales site "I was listening to a sales rep talk about an ins"I was listening to a sales rep talk about an insurance opportunity, and after the pitch (he never really asked me any questions but instead gave a canned presentation) I decided that it didn't sound like anything I would be interested in. When I told him this, he was very polite-then he called over his sales manager. This guy immediately began to start on the hard sell. He began to once again repeat the
Seems like the Katana or the MP135 is set to launch in Japan on Feb 23, 2006!I got specs from the Japan web site, I'm sure specs will change for the US. Alos please keep in mind that I had to do a google translation for the information that is...
Brother Plans Speedy Multi-Function Line BRIDGEWATER , N.J.--Feb. 13, 2006--Brother International Corp. has announced that it will launch 30-ppm flatbed laser products as part of its Multi-Function Center line. The new models, expected to become available in the March to May timeframe, will provide 1200 x 1200-dpi resolution, a 50-sheet multipurpose tray and Ethernet interface. Two of the models are expected to add duplex capability for 2-sided printing, copying, faxing and scanning. A high-end
We seem to be having a problem - sales rep gets order for connected product and turns over to IT for installation but IT has no idea what customer wants: print? from how many workstations? which workstations? what driver(s) scan to folder? what folder names and what pcs to put on? Does anyone have a form that sales fills out and gives to IT that you would be willing to share. If you do, please email - firstname.lastname@example.org - thanks a ton!
Ok, 1st, that plotter status should always say that unless you have AutoCAD loaded on the PC. It isn't actually an error, it's simply telling you you don't have AutoCAD installed so it won't process DWG files. I *think* it is totally unrelated to your issue. I think Bandit has the answer, using the 300dpi driver should make it work. V-tec, the version of *reader* is not the problem, it is the actual version the PDF was created in, not viewed or printed from. I also install and reccommend
@inflabloc.com John R. Gebhard, Ph.D. Director of Research and Development email@example.com David L. Vollmer, Ph.D. Director of Analytical Development and Quality Control firstname.lastname@example.org Paul A. Litka, M.D. Acting Medical Director email@example.com OFFICE(S) Inflabloc Pharmaceuticals Inc. 2401 Foothill Drive Salt Lake City, UT 84109 Phone: 801-464-6100 Fax: 801-464-6116
I just had a call from a customer with a 1060. They just started using Novell Groupwise and wanted to know about setting up the scan to email. Is there anything I need to know before I call him back. Anyone ever work with groupwise and scan to email on a Ricoh machine? Let us know...thanks
envelopes are smaller than letter size, they create uneven wear on the drum, transfer roller, etc... And recommended outsourcing these, but they insist this is not an option. They also want a printer that is capable of handling a heavier load than the HPLJ4100. Can anyone recommend a product that would be good for this task? Thanks for any input.
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