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Re: A Couple of True & Not So True Humerous Copier Incidents

Kyocera Guy ·
On a cold call I stopped in at a doctors office. The Office Manager was so glad to see me. She said that she was having fax issues and every time they received a fax it jammed. I told her I wasn't a tech but I would take a look. She escorted me to the fax and I looked down to see some questionably cheap paper. I simply asked if she had tried changing paper. She said "I don't have any control of the paper the hospital sends when they fax me." OooooK. She obviously didn't understand the...
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Re: Print Copy Tool versus Plotworks

jdicarlo ·
John, The PrintCopy Tool compares pretty favorably to Plotworks. I attached two documents to this post. The Product Support Guide lists differences between the two products. The PowerPoint has screen shots of all the settings in PrintCopy Tool. I hope this helps.
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Re: Ricoh MP C4503SP Proposal.pdf

Art Post ·
all three devices had embedded fiery, (3) 2,000 sheet paper bank, (3) 1,000 sheet finishers.
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Re: Samsung Copier Million Page Test "A Tree Massacre"

daninsun ·
On average for every tree taken down in US for paper it is replaced by three new ones This is one of the reasons there are more trees in US than in past Dan Schmidt (sent from mobile device) > On Nov 23, 2015, at 6:19 PM, Print4Pay Hotel < alerts@hoop.la > wrote: >
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Re: W6700sp help!

Art Post ·
You are welcome. Does anyone have a video of the MP6700SP with the paper exit tray from Copier Solution Shop?
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Re: Your Copier

Larry Kirsch ·
Welcome back😀 https://www.p4photel.com/blog/...-the-copier-industry 6 Reasons Why Flat Rate aka One Rate Will Change the Copier Industry Art Post 36 minutes ago I remember when plain paper copiers used rolls of paper and not sheets. I remember when the glass on the copiers had to move back and forth. I remember when copiers used liquid ink (toner) to produce an image. I remember when you used a dial to set how many copies you wanted to make. Yup, it's been a pretty incredible journey to see...
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Re: Five Reasons Why I'm Stoked About the New Ricoh SP8400DN Printer

fem4001 ·
Thanks! Same functionality regarding scanning? Scan to email, smb, ftp? Secure printing? Authentication and account track? Ability to implement solutions like paper cut? I guess this will be my last question
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Re: Toshiba e-Studio Erasable Toner 4508LP Questions

SalesServiceGuy ·
1). The new e4508LP uses the heat of the fuser to decolorize the blue toner to clear. The seperate RD30 erasing device is still available and presents a few advantages. 2). The MSRP does not include the seperate RD30 erasing device nor is it needed. 3). Not yet available. 4). Not yet available but probably. 5). Not yet available. 6). Regular 20 lb bond paper works fine. 28 lb bond paper will produce a better erase. 7). 45 cpm is the speed of black only. 35 cpm is the speed of the erase...
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Re: Toshiba e-Studio Erasable Toner 4508LP Questions

SalesServiceGuy ·
There is an all inclusive cpc charge for the Erasable Blue toner. The cost per copy analysis suggests that if on a 60 month lease you do not expect the the customer to erase more than 210,000 pages (3,500 pages per month) you can forget the parts cost and charge the same cpc as for Black at around $0.010 per page with a decent profit. There is no charge other than the users effort to recycle pages printed with erasable blue. If a sheet of paper costs $0.010 and Erasable Blue costs $0.010 you...
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Re: Toshiba e-Studio Erasable Toner 4508LP Questions

SalesServiceGuy ·
There is no charge to erase pages. A 3rd paper drawer would probably be useful. Letter/ Legal/ Erasable. The number of erased pages are recorded and displayed in the useful Paper Re-use Report which describes sheets of paper saved, CO2 saved and money saved. The Eco-MFP can erase pages at 17.5 sheets per minute.
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Re: Toshiba Introduces World's First Copier Delivering Erasable and Black & White Prints

SalesServiceGuy ·
Imagine a CMYK copier, except remove the CMY toner and developer and insert a new Erasable Blue (EB) toner and developer. Modify the copier so that when the Erasable blue toner passes back through the heat of the fuser, it de-colorizes the blue to white. A new rules based print driver can automatically makes software apps like emails auto print in blue plus provide a new counter to show how much paper, CO2 and money you saved. The previous generation product appealed to too small a section...
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Re: Up=Coming China Tariffs on Copiers parts & accessories

Art Post ·
These are two listing that I found on ustr.gov site: 8443.99.20 Parts of printer units of subheading 8443.32.10 specified in additional U.S. note 2 to this chapter 8443.99.45 Parts and accessories of copying machines; nesoi Subheading 8443.99.20 following parts of printer units of subheading 8443.32.10: (a) Control or command assemblies, incorporating more than one of the following: printed circuit assembly, hard or flexible (floppy) disk drive, keyboard, user interface; (b) Light source...
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Re: Three Copier Sales People Walk into a.........

BCarroll ·
Great points! Too often, following the path of least resistance (being lazy) can catch up with you! And- speaking of A4, we are really pleased that Canon has announced the replacement A4 mid vol series. We really needed a good A4 b&w with finishing, and hopefully this will be it! I've attached the sales cheat sheet-
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Re: Canon imageRUNNER Advance C3535i questions

Monte ·
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”
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Re: GR firm wins Muskegon school district's copier bid

JasonR ·
Gee, IKON is a "Grand Rapids firm"? Who knew? I guess "Multinational Conglomerate" doesn't sound as good in the home-town paper.
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Re: High Volume Updates

Guest ·
RICOH PRO 907/1107/1357 PRODUCTION PRINTER FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS Q. Where do the new Pro Series Production Printers fit in the Ricoh high volume monochrome printer product line? A. The new Pro Series Production Printers are successors to the highly successful Digital Document Publisher models, the DDP70e and the DDP92. Those models were initially brought into the Ricoh product family through the acquisition of Hitachi. Technically, the 70-ppm Digital Document Publisher 70e is being...
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Re: Color MFP Trends, Tactics, etc

lep524 ·
I'm with Art. I think the A4 systems are in the market to stay and soon everyone will have them. Samsung will also have A3 systems within the next 18 months to be able to offer them with the A4's on bids and tenders. We shouldn't forget old HP when we have this discussion...they still collect more clicks in NA than any other manufacturer and they are seriously getting into the managed print business. It seems to me it is going to come down to who is going to gaurantee the client the toner on...
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Re: A Funny Thing Happened on the way to the Copier Demo/Appointment

JasonR ·
I customer once called me to ask for the "White Toner" for their copier. I told them that their copier only had black toner, but they wanted white toner to print on black construction paper.
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Re: Competing Against Igen, Indigo, etc

Guest ·
The growth is on the very high end and the very low end in the this business. I would tend to think that it's not long before the copier manufacturers attack the extreme high end in years to come. As being "GREEN" becomes ever more popular to save paper, I think copies, and print clicks will move downward, thus forcing the manufacturers to capture more high end placements.
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Re: Ricoh Pro C720

bandit41076 ·
Ricoh Americas Corporation announced today the official launch of the Ricoh Pro C720/C720s, a production class multi-functional color system and the latest addition to Ricoh’s Pro series of products, designed specifically for the production environment. This flexible system targets corporate and commercial professional print environments with demanding application needs. The Pro C720/C720s has a robust duty cycle of 320,000 images per month, and runs at 72 pages-per-minute (PPM) regardless...
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Re: I need everyones opinion on this!

JasonR ·
I can see the resemblance on the top of the machine, but the paper drawers, engine and output all look dissimilar to me.
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Re: Premium Membership "What's In It For Me"

Guest ·
Just a note for everyone and thanx to all of our new preium members. I have forged an alliance with another web developer that will be funneling leads our way. Right now I'm picking up the slack to get these leads. Some come from my site and some from another, however they are quality and not someone looking to beat you up on price. Remember the P4Pcafe Value. "We connect the serious multifunctional copier buyer with best of breed multifunctional experts in your area. We have thousands of...
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Re: MPC 7500 Coated Paper Settings

copyme ·
This leads me to ask if there is any brand out there that is really good with printing onto glossy paper? I mean a fuser is a fuser no matter who makes it I thought, but maybe a certain brand fuser has some kind of advantage? And taking it further, why? Is there a different substance being used in the materials, ie: pressure or hot roller or maybe the toner adheres to the paper better with some brands, and if so what is in the toner that does that? I can see a printing press being able to...
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Re: Canon is preparing to launch 5 new b/w A3 MFPs

GIntel ·
Thanks guys. Im all set now. Here is what I came up with... Mainly speed, paper capacity, and memory improvements: ir2525 vs ir2018 -Faster speed/print out time (25/5.4) vs (18/6.9) -Greater std/max memory (512/512) vs (128/256) or (256/256 for 2018i model) -Greater std/max paper cap (1,200/2,300) vs. (330/1,080) -Greater toner yield (14,600) vs (8,300) -Larger footprint ir2530 vs ir2020 -Faster speed/print out time (30/5.4) vs (20/7.9) -Greater std/max memory (512/512) vs (128/256) or...
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Re: Epson Stylus Series

uofavb9 ·
Just installed the 9700 today at a client site today and it is amazing. Kicks out D size full color plots with full coverage in about 45 seconds, and they were beautiful. Love the flanges for the paper rolls in the fact that they are adjustable for either 2" or 3". Best part about the unit was the ease of setup and use of this system. Very happy to have this as part of the lineup I can offer, and not have to give my leads to my buddy who works for a competing large format dealership.
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Re: CBS NEWS REPORT ON COPIER SECURITY

montecore ·
Art, this is a serious issue. This is no different than hard drives in our computers, laptops, netbooks or anything that uses a HD. They are all storing electronic digital magnetic information. Those that have encryption are not safe if you know what you are doing. These encrypted containers can easily be tapped and opened. If you don't believe me do a little research on computer forensics. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Computer_forensics This has been an interest of mine that is quite...
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Re: Are Step Leases ethical business practise?

SalesServiceGuy ·
The worst one I saw was $180k BOP on a $15k copier. He had been "step leased" several times. The previous Office Manager refused to discuss copier leases with anyone. Eventually he was replaced and the new Office Manager could not believe the situation he was in. Desperate copier vendors like to promote step leases because the big copy Block gives them a large extra chunk of cash up front. The large amounts of paper promised are usually more than the customer can use and another source of...
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Re: Are Step Leases ethical business practise?

SalesServiceGuy ·
If you find yourself getting blown away by a competitive quote being so much cheaper, a Step Lease might be in play. These type of compettive players know you are the incumbent in an account and well thought of. The only way they can get at your account is to come in at half your price with a large copy block and free paper included. You are immediately put on the defensive because the DM thinks they see such a good deal. The only way you can get back on top of this account, is to use the...
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Re: What will come of this?

Guest ·
TX: Ricoh is a company that puts ink on paper
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Re: New A4 Color Models from Ricoh?

Guest ·
• ARDF DF1000 • Paper Feed Unit PB1000 – 550 sheets x 1 • Paper Feed Unit PB1010 – 550 sheets x 2 • 1 Bin Tray BN1000 – available on non-finisher models only • Side Tray Type C400
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Re: Construction Paper through a copier

Guest ·
I would say duplicator also, but I'm thinking you know that already, why not a comcolor? I haven't tried construction paper in a copiers in years, however I'll bet it will run ok (for awhile).
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Re: Construction Paper through a copier

Guest ·
I dn't know of any mfp/copier where construction paper is recommened. I would find out the model number and do your own research and prove to customer that either the KM rep is not stating the truth or produce documentation that the Ricoh can do it. I'm better dollars to dougnuts the KM can't. How about hearing from some the KM reps we have on the forums? Please help?
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Re: Construction Paper through a copier

Jomama ·
The biggest problem I have seen with this type of paper is that the fibers fill the cracks in the feed rolls and causes slipping.
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Re: New A4 Color Models from Ricoh?

txeagle24 ·
You're a friggin' Jedi. I can't find this info anywhere online.
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Re: Does any National Copier Vendor still have their own in house leasing service?

Old Glory ·
Interesting. I do some GSA and they are written on GE paper. It is interesting that they would take on major accounts internally but not the Federal Government. Maybe the Federal Government is a bigger risk ;>)
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Re: Possibly moving to Ricoh....

lep524 ·
Some great points in this thread. In the end all of the main copier products do the same thing...they put toner on the paper, fuse it and offer a collection of ancillary tools which in many cases are more important (like scanning) than the copy function anymore. Someone said earlier it was the whole package that the client wants to buy...they get impacted from everyone in your dealership, admin, billing, shipping, support, sales and yeh your suppliers too. We are a multiple branded op with...
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Re: First Look New Ricoh MPC2801_3301

txeagle24 ·
Spec sheet for the Lanier LD630c/635c and LD645c/655c attached.
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Re: First Look New Ricoh MPC2801_3301

txeagle24 ·
FAQ's attached.
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Re: Running Perforated paper on a Ricoh MPC4500

Guest ·
John: I would select thick one, haven't seen this with perfed paper, however did seem something like this with similar media. Thick one saved the day.
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Re: New A3 TASKalfa 305/255

GIntel ·
Have it for some (not all)options HID Card Reader Holder for Card Authentication Kit(B) $89 Cabinet na Riser for Mainframe with Paper feeder/Mainframe with Stand $139 Copier Stand $249 IB-50 Gigabit NIC (Dual NIC) $349 128MB Memory Upgrade na 512MB Memory Upgrade na 1GB Memory Upgrade na Fax System (U) Fax Board $519 DF-470 500 sheets document finisher $789 AK-470 Bridge unit for installation of DF-470 $79 PF-470 500 sheets paper feeder $549 PF-471 500 sheets x 2 paper feeder $819 Card...
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Re: Samsung Pushes Into Crowded A3 Market

Guest ·
I've never liked the GUI's on their A4's, I thought it was a more print centric device. If their GUI remains the same, I'm thinking tough existing A3 customers will have a tough time with the interface. I think the MSRP for 25ppm device is high, sctually very unless it comes with an additional paper bank and finisher. So far that's it from me, I haven't had the chance to do much research on these devices.
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Re: Canon iR2525 is Killer!

GIntel ·
I'm sure there are some Canon dealers with more info, but this is what I know/have seen: * Cheap: Seen it sell in public sector for: $1,843, $935, $1,470, and $2,660 * higher speed, memory, paper capacity, and price than predecessor * Durability theme: clean sheet design, longer life consumables, "ease-of-maintenance" * Includes color scanning * No HDD - positioned as high security, but obviously a cost-cutting move
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Re: Drum Yields

SalesServiceGuy ·
A short discussion about copier vs printer yields. The document is a bit old but the main points are still valid.
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Re: MPC 2000 upgrades

txeagle24 ·
It really depends on the user requirements and volume. If they need more robust paper-handling capabilities or advanced finishing and are above 5,000 per month in total volume, I step them up to the 30ppm model. If they run a lower volume with a basic configuration, I let them know that the lower-end model will meet their needs & handle their volume.
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Re: MPC 2000 upgrades

Deanw ·
We have had fairly good reliability out of the new series but some customers complain that they don't seem as heavy duty, especially the paper drawers. Also, I don't think they perform as well on heavier paper weights.
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Re: Cloud Printing

SalesServiceGuy ·
I was in a small town last week at an six person Accountanting firm. They were using Cloud Computing for storage and document collaboration. They were concerned about the large amounts of paper documents that they had to store, retrieve and off site storage. They did not want to get a bigger office so they saw cloud computing as a way to get rid of filing cabinets. They liked the ability to be at a clients office and pull up their files at the customer's location. They liked the ability to...
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Re: JOINT STATEMENT BY SHARP ELECTRONICS CORPORATION AND EDWARD MCLAUGHLIN

Tallac ·
Braxtoq, I think that the larger point is that the GUI is irrelevant. We (who have been in the industry for a while) can remember selling 75 and 85 ppm machines for $40 - $50k. Now they are talking about 75 and 85 ppm A4 machines for under $10k. The question is how you make up the revenue, and that has to be on services - and Sharp is not well positioned due to their thin direct side. Also, since they are print copy oriented (I don't think that they really make money on scanning), they are...
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Re: Q. How does your company handle networking charges?

SalesServiceGuy ·
1st 90 days, all inclusive, with no time limit on hours required to get the customer to say they are happy. Thereafter, billable at $95.00 per hour onsite. Dealer, Canada
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Re: Successful Walk Through

Guest ·
Walk thru: Take a picture of each device (this helps jog the memory banks) Takes notes for all accessories or options on each device Find users for the device and ask them what type of media do they print onto (card stock, envelopes, ncr, bond paper, etc..) Print out a configuration list for each device Ask a user what they like most about the system and then ask what they dislike the most Ask a user what paper sizes they are printing or copying onto Anyone care to add anything else??
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Re: PCL Print Error

JasonR ·
Illegal media source simply means that the requested paper tray was not present on the device. Most likely the printer lost communication with a paper tray and rebooting the printer restored it. PCL5 will give a lot fewer errors (at the tradeoff of lesser image quality, some users won't notice or care).
 
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