This Week in the Copier Industry 10 Years Ago, The Fourth Week in June 2008

 

Dang, me and the entire industry must have been on vacation this week! 

Enjoy these meager threads from ten years ago this week!

Weekend Copier Notes from 06/22/08

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and management software to large corporate customers  Graphic unit will offer printers and supplies to wide format users o Most of the U.S. employees of the printer division (3,400) work at the division headquarters in Boise, Idaho, which designs the products, while manufacturing is done overseas. - Ricoh launched a new print-only color laser system, the Aficio SP C420DN offering: o 31ppm top speed color or b/w o 1200x1200dpi top resolution at half speed (600dpi at full speed) o Does NOT offer
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Printing Company Wanting Production Color

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I need some suggestions. One of our production printing customers wants a color system that will print up to 12 point chromecoat, either from the bypass tray or other trays. The other feature is that it must print up to 12x18 paper. They have looked at the Savin C7570, but I was told this unit will only print up to a 10 point chromecoat, which they could live with, but they want another option. Speed is not that important as long as it will print on 12 point chromecoat. Is this an area that
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'Japannovation' marketing strategies

the most sustainable companies in the world. During Earth Day, the firm turned off all its lights as a "gesture of commitment to environmental protection." Today, Iwamoto said Ricoh has overtaken Fuji Xerox in the copier business. Iwamoto said "there is really no stereotype innovation model." "Every company tries to create its own innovation model to promote brand differentiation. Today, the Made-in-Japan or the monozukuri concept is no longer just for manufacturing high quality products as in the
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Xerox 7232

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Xerox Authorized Agent: Xerox 7232 Stand $7,000 .008 b&w .055 color service only, no supplies included
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Remote Web Workplace

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Not sure really where to post this, so here goes. I use a Windows 2003 Small Business Server at the office and Remote Web Workplace to work from home. It appears that in order to enable printing to the printers from the house, the server establishes a connection by sending what appears to be a print job and then deleting it. The problem is that although I try to keep it clean, I often have many printers installed on my laptop and it ends up with hundreds or thousands of jobs in the queue of the
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