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Epson Wide Format Plotter

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Epson Wide Format Plotter
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MP_C2504ex_december 2017

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Re: Why I Still Cold Call in Person!

jack carroll ·
as usual you are preparing for success and that's just one of the many reasons you are a successful professional
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Re: Why I Still Cold Call in Person!

Salvatore ·
great stuff. have you any tips on hpw to actually approach new clients?
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Re: Why I Still Cold Call in Person!

kathie ·
I ALWAYS cold call in person. No one wants to speak to a disembodied voice on the phone. Sometimes I walk in and find someone I used to work with in the office. SCORE! You just have to get out of the office if you want to make something happen.
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Re: Why I Still Cold Call in Person!

Art Post ·
Originally Posted by Salvatore: great stuff. have you any tips on hpw to actually approach new clients? I do, I will try to post some content over the weekend and give you a few links on this site
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Re: Why I Still Cold Call in Person!

kathie ·
Not so much. It’s such a weird deal, like trying to sell cars door to door. I usually say something like: ‘I was in the building seeing…whoever, and thought I would stop by and introduce myself and the company that I represent. Then I leave them with a flyer that shows a couple of different machines and monthly costs. I never got any training so would appreciate any suggestions that you have, Art.
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Re: Why I Still Cold Call in Person!

Art Post ·
When I cold call in person, I'm after a few things. Usually I do not bring a brochure unless I already know who the DM is. Here's what I want when I get in: The name of the DM for Office Technology The name of the gatekeeper When the DM maybe available or best time to call Does the DM have an assistant that will schedule appointments, if so what is the name of the assistant I also want to get a good look around, make mental notes of any hardware that I see. My old boss used to ask to use the...
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Re: Why I Still Cold Call in Person!

kathie ·
OH, I’m Miss Eagle Eye when I go anywhere!! The other local dealer lost his partnership with Ricoh (he was selling Kyoceras instead) so I am always looking for his customers to touch base with too. Sounds like you are in a much larger market than I am. Rarely, do I find even an in-house IT person much less someone who is in charge of Office technology. All the larger companies here are branch offices and decisions are not made locally. My FIRST question is always are you a local company?
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Re: Why I Still Cold Call in Person!

Old Glory ·
I too am in non metro area and there is a lot of oil and gas here that are not headquartered here so I understand why you ask if they are a local company. However, you are making a huge mistake if you assume that just because they are not local, that they have no control or influence over the equipment they get. There are a whole host of companies that don't wish to get involved with the purchasing decisions of their outlying branches, especially if they only have a handful. You still need...
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Re: Why I Still Cold Call in Person!

kathie ·
Oh, I do.. . That’s funny you say, ‘Does the copier just show up?’ Because I hear that a lot and that’s exactly what happens. My questions are a little more involved but I didn’t want to type all of that out. Even the little oilfield services places have HQ’s somewhere else and they go directly to the Ricoh Corp. I don’t say, ‘Is the decision-maker here’, exactly, but I do get to that answer. FedEx, Wells Fargo, Conoco-Phillips, to name a few of our Nationals, don’t even know they are...
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Re: CW2200 supplies

Art Post ·
I have not heard of that, however I would not be surprised!
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Re: 12 Tips to Ricoh to Enhance the Ricoh W3601 Wide Format

FIL ·
Pick up the KIP line. They make it very easy to pick up their line, and they have most of the features you're looking for.
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Re: Canon ipf765 mfp 40 vs ricoh cw2200sp.xlsx

Art Post ·
Please feel free to add anything else that I may have missed, all of my info on Canon came from Canon web site, brochure and Canon Cost Per Print document. This is based on CAD prints only and in black
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Re: Me, Sadaaki, Mitsuhrio & Brian

Former Member ·
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.
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newguide-to-wf-2015-rev08a.pdf

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KIP 7100 pricing on the street.pdf

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Canon ipf760 mfp40.pdf

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Re: Ink CAD wide format vs toner CAD wide format.pptx

jredmon ·
Hello, I was looking over the information and what caught my eye was this part in regards to the cost per page slide. Just wanted to see if the decimal point was in the right place or if you could explain it so that the numbers make sense. [cid:image001.png@01D08E1B.C92C01B0] To me .04 is 4 cents which would equal to .24 cost per D size drawing or if you meant .004 which would then validate the statement “a little more than one tenth of a penny” but would actually be four tenths of a penny...
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Re: Ink CAD wide format vs toner CAD wide format.pptx

Art Post ·
thanx for catching that, it is .04 per square foot (4 cents), thus the cost is per "D" size drawing is .24 (24 cents), I will make the change. I was doing this late last night and even double checked it!!
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Re: Ink CAD wide format vs toner CAD wide format.pptx

jredmon ·
No Problem….I was kind of thinking that it would be .004 per square foot instead of .04 but you are more of an expert here than I.
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Re: Ink CAD wide format vs toner CAD wide format.pptx

Art Post ·
I just tried to make the change, however have the original file at home, will try to get this completed tonight
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Re: Ink CAD wide format vs toner CAD wide format.pptx

Art Post ·
At least the final numbers are correct, if you need to use this, just change the numbers and base usage on 180K
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Re: HP Unveils Fastest Large-Format Color and Monochrome Printing Portfolio on the Market

Art Post ·
Anyone hear of MSRP yet?? I'm thinking 30-40K can anyone confirm?
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Re: HP Unveils Fastest Large-Format Color and Monochrome Printing Portfolio on the Market

Jason H ·
That would be my guess. 30-40K Would hate to have to put ink in that all the time.
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Re: HP Unveils Fastest Large-Format Color and Monochrome Printing Portfolio on the Market

Art Post ·
Here's some additional points I received from a wide format enthusiast 30D & 12"D" Size speed offerings estimated MSRP of $75K for 30 "D" system estimated MSRP of $50K for 12 "D" system Color Ink and Black are the same cost Limited Dealer Distribution of 60 nationwide Have to have back up print head(s) in stock, very expensive print head If you are a KIP, OCE or Ricoh dealer you have to drop those lines to carry Pagewide Not talking cost per square foot for ink
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Re: HP Unveils Fastest Large-Format Color and Monochrome Printing Portfolio on the Market

Jason H ·
Originally Posted by Art Post: Here's some additional points I received from a wide format enthusiast 30D & 12"D" Size speed offerings estimated MSRP of $75K for 30 "D" system estimated MSRP of $50K for 12 "D" system Color Ink and Black are the same cost Limited Dealer Distribution of 60 nationwide Have to have back up print head(s) in stock, very expensive print head If you are a KIP, OCE or Ricoh dealer you have to drop those lines to carry Pagewide Not talking cost per square foot for...
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Re: HP Unveils Fastest Large-Format Color and Monochrome Printing Portfolio on the Market

bandit41076 ·
75 K for 30 D is what they ssaid at IRGA
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Re: HP Unveils Fastest Large-Format Color and Monochrome Printing Portfolio on the Market

bandit41076 ·
I’m in Atlanta today, and I just finished attending the live production of a world-wide webinar presentation HP’s PageWide wide-format team gave today. HP’s webinar-presentation team was led by Ramon Pastor, Vice President & General Manager of Large Format and 3D Printing. I have to admit that is was very exciting to have been invited by HP to attend the HP PageWide launch event that took place in early June in San Diego, and I feel compelled to say that it was doubly-exciting to have...
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Re: New Ricoh MPW7100 MPW8140 Wide Format Brochure

txeagle24 ·
No mention of Plotworks. Hopefully that ship has sailed.
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Re: New Ricoh MPW7100 MPW8140 Wide Format Brochure

Maxima1 ·
This is the same product as the 5100/7140. The specs are exactly the same. No Plotworks but if you want Plotworks functionality you need to buy the Printcopy tool.
 
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