when you load the bypass tray it will auto recognize the paper in a pop-up menu, and if you look closely there is a section near the bottom where it shows what a media is defaulted and a button that says “change “. This is where you would program in the media wait. I believe it would be heavy six, if you hit the details button on that screen you will see it by GSM The varnish would be questionable. I’m thinking, try using the selection for “2nd side of printed media”
packaging, floor and wall coverings as well as textiles. Now these are mostly done using analog methods. This stuff is moving to digital look at the digital printing devices coming from HP, efi, and a bunch of people that were not part of the group selling printers to offices.
It's been a bit since I've commented here, sorry Art! Great read on paper and why it's important. Often times customers don't realize what a big impact paper can have on the performance and quality of their devices. I always liken the damp/humid paper to "what do you dry your hands with? PAPER towels, so why do you think you're papers damp?". We've also used the desiccant packs in paper drawers, we've also had customer with really bad moisture/humidity problems get a tote with a lid of some...
@Art Post A quick perusal of the world wide web shows that a carton of paper isn't appreciably more, if at all. It looks like some/most papers have the color lok symbol, but it is another qualifying questions a good rep should at least be asking/seeing. Kind of like how once upon a time ADA compliant devices were all the rage and now it's just standard.
I'm pretty sure it is just like a PC? If it's on the network and has the driver, it prints. They even have pcl drivers preloaded like a PC. My company is contemplating the issue of a Surface Tablet to each sales rep to facilitate order processing and CRM upkeep.
thanx for this. The administrator told me that they bought something like 300 of them in the last month and more than 10% have been dropped or slid off the desk by accident, thus cracking the screen. He stated that MS offers a repair kit for $79 to fix the broken glass. Just an FYI
Here's another tidbit for you. Did you also know Ricoh has a driver editor for PCL drivers to set things like access via user codes. You can actually have a popup that asks the PC user for a user code before the print job is sent on to the printer. Sort of a poor man's Equitrac.
Rick, have you had success with the PCL Editor? I have tried it in the past and it seeemed unstable. I wanted to customize a driver for the pop-up and default to black & white. It worked. However, when I tried to install on mutiple clients it didn't work and it seemed to be user profile specific so if someone else logged onto the computer with their AD credentials it wasn't customized for them.
Hi Art, I couldn't agree with you more about the stacking issue. The Tameran is a nice option to have, but it is not the most ideal for creating a "compact" footprint. Glad you were able to give them this feedback.
Harold, We don't have a yearly price. Our subscribers pay monthly for our services and the cost varies based on the subscription. I'd be happy to discuss your companies needs and provide you with the plan that works for you. I can be reached at 1-877-412-8348. As a side note, our members generate recurring revenue directly from our user management licensing which typically covers the monthly cost and more. So essentially to them it's free!
Art- Why not browse over to the manufacturer's website for more features / benefits? I can tell you this: when we recently completed our first installation of Plotworks on a 3406WD, we needed technical assistance for updates and some deployment advice. The technical support offered to us from PLP was far superior to that of most vendors . Also, we were replacing an old Oce and the client's comment was that PlotWorks was the same (upgraded version) of Reprodesk. This is a good thing in my...
Hey, this really helps. I was on Ricohs AF league and there is one short ppt presentation that really doesn't tell you much. I've learned over the years that P4P members can give additional insight like you have with the OCE repro and that a user is plotting to hot folders. So, I guess this raises another question, are you stating that by printing to hot folders you can already have the specific paper sizes and reproduction ratios pre-set, thus all they have to do is send the print job to...
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