Tagged With "Copier"

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Re: SCM 1201 Copier.pdf

Art Post ·
Ok, can someone tell me what SCM stood for?
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Re: SCM 1201 Copier.pdf

txeagle24 ·
The company that manufactured it: Smith-Corona Marchant Inc. which later changed its name to SCM.
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Re: SCM 1201 Copier.pdf

Art Post ·
Nice, I thought it might have been Smith Corona, was that the same as Smith Corona that manufactured typewriters?
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Re: SCM 1201 Copier.pdf

txeagle24 ·
Yup. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Smith_Corona
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Re: Can You Name This Copier? Image 6

bobsynergy ·
Mita DC-213RE
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Re: Can You Name This Copier? Image 6

Erik ·
Mita DC-313ZD
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Re: Is There Really a "Natural Born Salesperson"?

John Saramak ·
Amen, to the paper boy gig. I actually had one at 11, lied about my age. In addition to my 2 cent per paper profit, and tips, I would offer taking out garbage cans, shoveling, and other services. Kinda like offering solutions, mps, other office products with a better profit margin. Passion, work ethic, and with some creativity it yields a great career in the wonderful world of sales where every day is different.
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Re: This Week in the Copier/Office Equipment Industry 10 Years Ago Third Week of May 2004

John Kouri ·
I am out of the office until 05/27/2014. If you need immediate assistance, please contact Colette at 303 262 5817 and ask to be redirected. Note: This is an automated response to your message "Post By Art Post: This Week in the Copier/Office Equipment Industry ..." sent on 5/18/2014 5:48:46 PM. This is the only notification you will receive while this person is away. This message (and any attached files) is secret, confidential and proprietary and is intended solely for specific...
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Re: This Week in the Copier/Office Equipment Industry 10 Years Ago Third Week of May 2004

Toshiba 1 ·
I am out of the office until 05/27/2014. If you need immediate assistance, please contact Colette at 303 262 5817 and ask to be redirected. Note: This is an automated response to your message "Post By Art Post: This Week in the Copier/Office Equipment Industry ..." sent on 5/18/2014 5:52:26 PM. This is the only notification you will receive while this person is away. This message (and any attached files) is secret, confidential and proprietary and is intended solely for specific...
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Re: Is There Really a "Natural Born Salesperson"?

jswinberlin ·
Seems like everyone was a paper boy in those days. I started when I was 10. Can't believe people acutally waited until 4:00pm during the week to get their news back then (early 80's). Also can't believe they trusted a 10 year old with that much responsibility and that you can't anymore. I guess we've all been in the document management/information management a lot longer than we think. I can still remember the smell of the paper as I rolled them and rubber banded them watching Tom and Jerry...
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Re: Is There Really a "Natural Born Salesperson"?

Art Post ·
js that was awesome! Bringing back the smell of the newspapers! What about the thunder storms that soaked us while we were on the route. I can remember dropping off many soggy papers. I guess us old paperboys make great copier sales people
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Re: Copier Dealerships Use of Tablet Technology Saves the Day!

bandit41076 ·
I have known Rick for years - great guy as well as one of the smartest people I know. If you don't you should follow him on LinkedIn and Google+
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Re: Copier Dealerships Use of Tablet Technology Saves the Day!

Former Member ·
This is an automated response. Carl Mica is currently out of the office and has limited access to email and voice mail. He will return to the office on June 2nd. Thank you.
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Re: Copier Color Cost Per Page Poll 1st Quarter 2014

Mir Afzal ·
Dear Thank you so kind of you Take Care and Kind Regards Mir Afzal United Engineers Center Jeddah Saudi Arabia Date: Tue, 25 Mar 2014 19:45:23 -0700
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Re: Can You Name That Copier? Image #5

Art Post ·
no takers??
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Re: Can You Name That Copier? Image #5

Rocket Man ·
Way back in 1988-89. Before the CF70, this Konica had an LED based engine - color copy only. Cant remember the model number....
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Re: Can You Name That Copier? Image #5

fisher ·
Back in my days as a technician we had two of those in the field. I forget the model number though. First color machine I ever worked on. Incredibly slow and I remember on service calls just getting a test print out so you could check your work took forever. Also the worst toner spill I ever encountered was a cyan explosion inside one of these.
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Re: Can You Name That Copier? Image #5

daninsun ·
Konica Color 7
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Re: What Do You Do With End of Lease Copier Hard Drives

msaeger ·
They either say in the machines or the customer can buy them and dispose of them how they wish.
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Re: What Do You Do With End of Lease Copier Hard Drives

fisher ·
Format. No charge.
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Re: What Do You Do With End of Lease Copier Hard Drives

Old Glory ·
We have any option available but the customer decides how much they are willing to pay for. If the machine is junk, we hand the customer their hard drive if they ask for it.
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Re: MFP & Copier Leads "The Bain of My Existence"

exit148 ·
The fact that the website lead generator doesn't work is crazy, Wow! But my gut feeling is if any do leads come in to the Mfr, regardless of the source, the lead gets sent to a direct op. Independent Dlrs are left to find their own leads.
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Re: MFP & Copier Leads "The Bain of My Existence"

kathie ·
We used to get some via the website as well, but the ineptitude of Ricoh can be astounding! Brand new series '03 machines are not available now. WHAAA??? MPC2003 - 3003. They have also begun to contract packing with UPS so everything is coming is HUGE boxes with hardly anything in them, and we're getting charged for it!!
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Re: MFP & Copier Leads "The Bain of My Existence"

Art Post ·
Kathie: Thanx for the comment! OMG, no machines.....well I guess that's part of the cyce of doing business. Is anyone else seeing the change over the UPS thing. Art
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Re: MFP & Copier Leads "The Bain of My Existence"

bandit41076 ·
Showing our age here - fax machines? Leads? Neither has happened in a few years...
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Re: International Copier Exchange has closed its doors

txeagle24 ·
I might have to drive by their office in Dallas to see if this is accurate. The majority of our returns go to them which helps keep return costs down since they're only a few miles from us. If we have to start shipping out of state, that would be bad.
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Re: International Copier Exchange has closed its doors

Art Post ·
I got this from a good source in East Texas that used to do business with them.
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Re: Ricoh MP C305SP proposal quote.pdf

Deanw ·
That's a pretty big document feeder Sent from my iPad
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Re: Ricoh MP C305SP proposal quote.pdf

Art Post ·
yeah I noticed that too! But forgot to comment. Glad you picked that up, wonder what would happen if they bough the unit and needed 500 pages in the feeder!! LOL
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Re: Ricoh MP C305SP proposal quote.pdf

Kyocera Guy ·
It's not even dual side scan...would hate to reverse 500 sheets.
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Re: This Week in the Copier/Office Equipment Industry 10 Years Ago Second Week of July 2004

HUNTER BUSINESS SYSTEMS ·
new canon a4 mfp coming call me tomorrow for specs Steve s iPhone > On Jul 20, 2014, at 8:19 PM, Print4Pay Hotel < alerts@hoop.la > wrote: >
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Re: The Future of Scanning for MFP's aka Copiers is in the Cloud

Czech ·
Art, Interesting read! Here's a little "trick" I figured out. Setting up Cloud Scanning is very easy and can be without any additional software if the cloud storage offers a folder on your PC. For example, Dropbox and Google Drive when installed place "drag and drop" folders on your desktop. You can then set up a small workflow for scanning to the cloud by registering a Scan To Shared Folder and set the Dropbox or Google Drive folder as your destination. Your scanned document will...
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Re: The Future of Scanning for MFP's aka Copiers is in the Cloud

Art Post ·
Czech Thanx for the reply, you have been scanning to a single folder on dropbox for years and recently added google drive on the 5 year old MFP we used in the sales area. You could set up multiple "buttons" on the MFP for additional folders.
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Re: The Future of Scanning for MFP's aka Copiers is in the Cloud

big g ·
Is it available in Australia I have emailed them Waiting on reply But thought you might know Kind Regards Gordon Mackay Managing Director Pacific Office Solutions Phone (07) 5452 1250 www.pacificos.com.au < http://www.pacificos.com.au/ > Twitter< https://twitter.com/pacific_office > | Facebook< https://www.facebook.com/pages...ces/107025482711516# > | Linkedin< http://www.linkedin.com/profil...sponsive_tab_profile > [...
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Re: The Future of Scanning for MFP's aka Copiers is in the Cloud

Former Member ·
This is an automated response. Carl Mica is currently out of the office and has limited access to email and voice mail. He will return to the office on July 24th. Thank you.
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Re: The Future of Scanning for MFP's aka Copiers is in the Cloud

Iris ·
Hello Gordon, One of the advantages of the cloud is that you can easily make the same solutions available all around the globe. So yes, Udocx is available in Australia. We will reply to your email shortly.
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Re: The Future of Scanning for MFP's aka Copiers is in the Cloud

jswinberlin ·
I can't say that I agree that scan to email or folder are dying in my experience. Scanning to Office 365 should only require a special connector configuration in the hub transport layer. Like traditional scan to email or folder the first time is difficult and it doesn't seem like it's worth the effort but in time it should become more simple. "Scan to Cloud" seems to be a vague term as most people who are looking for a solution like this may be referring to scanning to their application...
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Re: The Future of Scanning for MFP's aka Copiers is in the Cloud

Iris ·
Originally Posted by jswinberlin: (...) Some lines of business applications are really nice and provide configuration of "hot folders" which not only upload documents but delete them from the original folder. I'd love to see more services offer this feature. (...) Unfortunately (or maybe fortunately), I've yet to find a solution that meets the needs of even 30% of our customers like scan to email and scan to folder which by nature are very flexible in their simplicity. I'd love to hear...
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Re: The Future of Scanning for MFP's aka Copiers is in the Cloud

Art Post ·
JS: ok, maybe I shouldn't have used "dying", let me say that users are looking for more options than scan2email or scan2folder. Most I talk wish there were more options that would save them time. I agree, mist want to scan back to their business line of software. Thanx for the comment!!
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Re: Mita DC-232 Photocopier

Santo ·
Art, do you have a number I could call you at. Ken Ken LaMalfa United Business Machines p. 603-216-9249 f . 603-216-9258 email: klamalfa@ubmnh.com http://www.ubmnh.com mx_email_advertising _____
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Re: Mita DC-232 Photocopier

Art Post ·
7329771211
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Re: Copier Color Cost Per Page Poll 1st Quarter 2014

Czech ·
Are these colour rates toner in or toner out?
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Re: Copier Color Cost Per Page Poll 1st Quarter 2014

Art Post ·
toner included
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Re: Ask Art " How Can a Premium P4P Hotel Membership Help With My Sales"

ben bramhall ·
I am out of the office until 17/04/2014. I am out of the office on a customer visit all day today, Wednesday 16th April and will not have chance to reply to your email until Thursday. If your email requires urgent attention please contact Mark Caveney on 01928 599 660 or mark.caveney@ricoh.co.uk . Alternatively, I will reply on my return. Many thanks, Ben. Note: This is an automated response to your message "Post By Art Post: Ask Art " How Can a Premium P4P Hotel Membership H..." sent on...
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Re: 5 Reasons Why Not to Get Your Copier MFP at Discount Stores

kathie ·
Great post..so true.
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Re: Can you Names this Copier?

Old Glory ·
Minolta EP310
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Re: Can you Names this Copier?

Art Post ·
oh,,,, so close the Minolta 310 had a moving platen. This plan is stationary, you're very warm though!!!
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Re: Can you Names this Copier?

John Saramak ·
How about the Minolta 350.
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Re: Can you Name this Copier?

Walter Thomas ·
Minolta something...1083?
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Re: Can you Names this Copier?

Art Post ·
It's hard to make it out bus this is the Minolta Beta 450 plain. I too thought it was at first a 300re, but, the RE's had a moving top. The 350P & Z had an oversized platen and then copied on to letter and legal.
 
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