Kobylensky Named Konica VP of Color SalesKonica Business Technologies U.S.A. Inc. has announced the promotion of Robert (Bob) Kobylensky to vice president of color sales. Kobylensky, who joined Konica in December 2002 as director of color sales, direct channel, will now be responsible for the overall sales initiatives for Konica's color product line. He will report directly to Yasuo Matsumoto, president and chairman of the board. "Bob is a key addition to the Konica senior management team
suited for use in various vertical markets. These new systems, which come standard with Ricoh's high speed ARDF, can also be purchased as connected systems with digital copying, network printing and scanning standard (Aficio 2035 S/P and Aficio 2045 S/P). When configured to print, these systems can take advantage of Ricoh's unique Printer Description Language (PDL) and Refined Print Command Stream (RPCS). This user-friendly printer driver dramatically increases user productivity by enabling
automation equipment and electronics, with fiscal year 2002 sales in excess of $14 billion. The Company oversees Ricoh operations in North, Central and South America, including the Ricoh, Savin, Gestetner and Lanier brands. For fiscal year 2002, Ricoh Corporation sales exceeded $2.8 billion. Ricoh Corporation is a leading provider of multifunctional document systems including color and black & white digital imaging systems, facsimile products, printers, scanners, digital duplicators and wide format
simulations. Launched in the U.S. in April, the IKON PowerPRESS will be available in Europe through IKON's locations starting July 2003. About T/R Systems T/R Systems ( www.trsystems.com ) provides the printing and publishing industry with an integrated software suite that transforms digital copiers and printers into powerful, scalable print-on-demand systems. Our solutions turn complex document production tasks into efficient automated business processes. T/R Systems' solutions are used by a
Canon spokesman said the amount hadn't been decided. Canon (CAJ: news, chart, profile), known for its cameras and printers, will focus on researching and developing ultra-fine particles for ink jets in a new center in Kawasaki, near Tokyo, while improving R&D into nanotechnology, fuel-cell batteries and new optical materials at its Tokyo offices. Two new centers in the prefectures of Kanagawa, also near Tokyo, and in Utsunomiya in northern Tochigi, will develop production techniques for large
Italian army still had blacksmiths. They probably needed far more typewriter repair people. Whoops, in those days, there was no political correctness, and far less equality of sexes. They had repairmen, not repair people. And let’s not forget that U.S. Special Forces on horseback in Afghanistan have chased the bad guys in the 21st century. From about 1900 to about 1980 or so, there were more typewriter repair people, and fewer blacksmiths. Somewhere around 1980-1985, typewriters went electronic
quote: Originally posted by salesguru3: Can you tell me who that was or how I could find a dealer that does this? I am about to lose to the Canon simply because of the paper supply. THANKS We added a lct to a 3800CMF(had to remove tray 3 of course). no problems other then is a little higher the most copiers. I thought Ricoh was going to offer the LCT on the 7000 as a "real" option.
-president of sales and marketing for HP's imaging and printing business, said the company had a particularly strong fourth quarter and said he saw no reason for concern, despite the sequential drop in market share. "I don't have any indication that there is some trend that we are falling way back," Mr. Morgan said in a telephone interview. "We had an extraordinary fourth quarter." The first-quarter figures don't show an impact from Dell Computer, which started sellingprinters in March. Mr. Morgan said
1 printers purchased from Ricoh or an authorized Ricoh dealer/reseller (invoiced between June 1, 2003 and August 31, 2003) are eligible for rebate. IMPORTANT—TO BE ELIGIBLE YOU MUST: A. Send a copy of your original invoice (from the dealer/reseller from which you purchased the RicohCL3000, CL7000, CL7000CMF, CL7000D, or CL7000DT1) along with copies of both your Rebate Claim Form information and printer configuration page. The invoice must have the model number and serial number of your unit you
Does anyone know if the Canon iR 5020 will feed 12x18 through the By-Pass Tray? If you don't have an answer for that model, please reply for the known iR 5000, which should give me a frame of reference.
All their literature says 11x17. I can't imagine that it can, otherwise it would say so. Heck, Ricoh made it a point to specify it. And the only other black & white that I saw with 12x18 in the Better Buys for Business publication was Xerox. All others are 11x17. This could be a nice perk for construction, engineering and other environments that require B&W 12x18 capabilities.
Hi, I'm 28 years old and from South-Africa. I've been in office automation sales for Canon SA for 3.5 years. For the last 3 years with Nashua Western Cape which is the Richo distributor in SA. I am in need of a new challenge and willing to relocate. Please send me some more info regarding the position. Regards, Stefan Stander email@example.com
sympathetic ... and will most likely speak on his behalf at his sentencing," Hanlon said. Ivy spent 20 years at the West Caldwell-based Ricoh Corp. before resigning in March, five months after he had been named president. Ricoh is a diversified office automation equipment and electronics provider with annual sales exceeding $2.2 billion. Ivy has since gotten another management job, his attorney said.
printer's 5 percent as an "average" toner yield, partly because of the e-mails that are printed. Slawetsky has tested this theory on a limited basis and found it to be close to the truth — for printers. However, the problem for the copier dealer is that people do not run to the copier to make 50 copies of their e-mails. They run to the device to make copies of brochures, PowerPoint and other toner-eating documents. Printer resellers do not get the "copier headache" because a lot of their sales are
Ricoh has instituted printer kits for some of the existing models to make ordering easier for the dealer and themsleves. "kits" include nic, memory and printer controller. You do have a point in reference to the NIC still being on the RMAP pricing, however this could be for "add ons" (exisiting systems that need the nic only. Art
Does anyone know if the RicohCL 7000 will differentiate between black and color in mixed jobs? Will the color drums drop rotation when a black page is printed in a combination color/black print job? Does the drum wear from rotation or from being written?
I had a 1224C S/P sale nixed by the service dept because the guy wants to do 100 or so T-Shirt Transfers a month on his machine. They nixed it because "Ricoh does not support coated stock and T-shirt Transfers are coated" I'd love to hear you guy's take on the subject.
Has anyone encountered problems with Printing applications from UNIX to the 1060/1075. I have a customer who is printing duplexed invoices, about 3,000 at a time, and about halfway thru 6 to 10 of them will print backwards, then they will correct themselves and print the correct way. I believe it is in the program itself, but the customer needs to make sure it is not a problem on our end. The system is also loaded with Memory Thanks
Stewart, vice president of color marketing, Xerox Office Group. "The results overwhelmingly indicate that small businesses not only understand and appreciate the benefits that color brings to their business, but also are using it to work smarter." According to the most recent U.S. Census, 98 percent of U.S. companies are small businesses with fewer than 100 employees. The majority of small businesses surveyed - 66 percent - have the capability to produce color documents in their workplaces
Mike, I think you're going to get "burned" again. If the 1055 printer "kit" truly included nic and memory, then why is the nic price itemized, as well as the memory? There are no notes stating that the kit includes any of that. The RMAP pricing notes is always the place I go to for answers like that. No mention whatsoever. I think we should post this question on Aficio League, and see what kind of answer we get from Dave Callahan.
quote: Originally posted by Jayson Gilbertson: To All, Ricoh has a fix for the low humidity backgrounding problem on the model 2138. They have changed the developer assembly and made a cut in during production. There is no difference in the ordering data. Essentially, they increased the speed of the agitation roller revolution by 1.5 times which changes the toner distribution and charge properties. It is easy to identify the new style developers - see attached picture. I have checked our stock
quote: Originally posted by Graham: It does differentiate between color and black but I don't know about the color drums dropping rotation. I am going to assume NO because the CL7000, like the 3800C slows down to 28ppm for the rest of the job as soon as it hits a color page and remains at that speed unlike the 1224/32. Graham Thanks Graham, a rep from Ricoh did elude to having the system set up properly for that to occure but she did not know the details.
The whole coated stock thing has gotten crazy. When they were introduced we were told the 24/32's would do coated stock. It was emphisized in fact! Now we find out that Ricoh Japan supports it for coated, but Ricoh USA does not! Are they going to pull the rug out from under us with the 7000's too?? Tyler
2 (16-28lb) Note: Maximum paper size is 8.5 X 14” CL 5000 Paper not supported by this printer NOTE: Coated paper and envelopes are not supported • Paper meant for an ink-jet printer • Bent, folded, or creased paper • Curled or twisted paper • Envelopes • Torn paper • Wrinkled paper • Damp paper • Paper that is dry enough to emit static electricity • Paper that has already been printed onto, except a preprinted letterhead • Coated paper • Special paper, such as thermal paper, aluminum foil
crossover value becomes truly apparent, delivering the printability and appearance expected of a #2 grade paper. At the light basis weight end, Influence is the perfect choice for lightweight catalog and magazine applications that require prime print gloss and smoothness. The consistent quality and number of choices throughout Influence's weight range is testimony to International Paper's commitment to all basis weights in the #3 category. I am not recommending these papers, just trying to inform
ANY IDEAS... There is a significant B&W component to the RFP. · One standard output device for editorial departments that offers consistent high quality. · Devices required must print at least 30 ppm. · Rips must be capable of interpreting large (50-100 Mb) Postscript level 2&3 files without errors · Easy process for maintaining the color calibration on these devices. · All devices must have basic finisher, automatic document feeder, stapler network connectivity, Postscript RIP, scanning
ANY IDEAS... There is a significant B&W component to the RFP. Color Proofing · Support printing industry accepted color-proofing output with SWOP certification. · Devices must be able to consistently hold calibration and be able to be calibrated between devices. · Needs to be able to support multiple levels of security for users. · Rips must be capable of interpreting large (100 Mb) Postscript level 2&3 files without errors
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