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Re: e-STUDIO 306LP Question

SalesServiceGuy ·
The e306LP offers a colour scanner. The scans can be either blue or black based upon your selection.
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Re: e-STUDIO 306LP Question

Art Post ·
That's good right? I was just curious if when scanning the blue the scanned documents would be very light even if you were scanning with the black mode.
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Re: e-STUDIO 306LP Question

SalesServiceGuy ·
Images are dark and fully formed assuming black is selected as your scan setting.
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Re: e-STUDIO 306LP Question

GIntel ·
Does anyone have the MSRP and dealer cost for the Toner, Drum, and Developer for this system? Thanks, Jake
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Re: e-STUDIO 306LP Question

Art Post ·
Can anyone help Jake with this??
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Re: e-STUDIO 306LP Question

SalesServiceGuy ·
Not in USD.
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Re: e-STUDIO 306LP Question

Art Post ·
Can you at least quote Canadian and GIntel can do the math?
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Re: e-STUDIO 306LP Question

SalesServiceGuy ·
I will send it to him directly.
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Re: e-STUDIO 306LP Question

Art Post ·
thanks for helping with this!
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Re: e-STUDIO 306LP Question

SalesServiceGuy ·
While the e306LP is an innovative product it is unlikely to displace any colour unit sales. As colour is more than half of what I sell, this leaves this product with a declining mono colour market to appeal to. The RD30 recycle unit makes the price of the solution much more than an equivalent eStudio 306. The e306LP does not have a stapling option. I find that most customers are interested in the ideas of ecology with their copiers but they are not willing to pay a premium for it.
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Re: Nuance Delivers Industry Leading Print and Scan Solutions to Ricoh A4-class Multi-Function Products

Art Post ·
Good luck with support from Nuance, my experiences have been horrible with support and would never recommend any Nuance product.
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Re: What's the application that will cause Capture to really grow in the MFP space

Art Post ·
Geeesh, you ask a great question! I really not sure if there is an answer for that. All of my accounts scan whether it's scan2email or scan2folder. Most are then moving those documents to a place on the server or another pc where they are stored in a windows alpha tree folder structure. When I speak about entering meta data at the copier, so that they can perform a better search, it seems to have turned them off. Many users feel that they can find the documents that they've scanned and don't...
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Re: What's the application that will cause Capture to really grow in the MFP space

Art Post ·
So, you mentioned features...maybe the ability to just scan the document into a single repository while entering no meta data, no barcodes, and then the ability to find that document. I know it sounds kinda crazy but wouldn't that be the holy grail?
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Re: What's the application that will cause Capture to really grow in the MFP space

ArtNicholas ·
Art: I certainly agree based on my past experience, people don't want to spend a lot of time typing information at the control panel. And I think I agree for some applications, having "auto-sorting" is the ideal. But does anyone see the need for scanning and pulling data into an application for analysis not just indexing?
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Re: What's the application that will cause Capture to really grow in the MFP space

Art Post ·
I actually have that application for two current prospects and even though both will benefit from the improved workflow, one is stalled and the other is scheduled for Feb time line. On the application that is stalled we need to extract data from a form and populate the data in another format, the ideal format would be excel, however my support people are suggested MS365, and that's where the deal has stalled and I guess it's stalled because the solution would not be one that generates a lot...
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Re: What's the application that will cause Capture to really grow in the MFP space

ArtNicholas ·
Well we might be able to make these sort of applications easier for you. We have a tool that automatically identies what type of form is being scanned and can store it automatically based on rules. We also can automatically extract data and then pass it along to a destination app like Excel, MS 365, Oracle or something else.
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Re: What's the application that will cause Capture to really grow in the MFP space

Rick Backus ·
End users will not embrace a solution that asks them to enter all the meta data themselves nor should they. It is simply not productive. In a busy environment you cannot have people fumbling with a virtual keyboard to input data for a scan job while the line behind them grows. This is where software comes into play which will "read" the scanned image and capture relevant metadata to attach to the document for indexing in the DMS. Relieving the user of this burden and getting the most...
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Re: Ricoh Distributed Scan Management with new 03 series

mdsguy ·
DSM will let you centrally manage scan buttons on an mfp (that supports DSM) to a folder, email, or SharePoint from a Windows 2008 R2 Server. Access to the buttons is controlled with AD. No OCR functionality but it is now an option on the mfp itself. No more individual address books to worry about. Ricoh announced support back in 2010 but unfortunately very few models have it.
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Re: Scan to Google Drive

Art Post ·
You should be able to set it up as a direct scan to folder. Just put in the path to shared google drive folder that is located on a pc. You can then scan to that folder only. Using ICE you would be able to see all of the folders that are in Google Drive.
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Re: Scan to Google Drive

jswinberlin ·
Art is correct. Like Dropbox or OneDrive, you can scan to a folder in the user directory that is linked to the cloud account. ICE allows you to scan to the cloud without having the PC in the middle and allows users to have access to any cloud account, not just the one on a PC. The workaround described would require the cloud app folder to be installed on the PC therefore any user would need to have a PC with said cloud app running on it.
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Re: Oce PlotWave 450 Scan Question

Art Post ·
Is the speed based on 200dpi??
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Re: Oce PlotWave 450 Scan Question

Art Post ·
no one can help with this??
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Re: Oce PlotWave 450 Scan Question

Martyh ·
It will scan at that speed in mono from what I understand
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Re: Oce PlotWave 450 Scan Question

Art Post ·
Marty Thank you!
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Re: Oce PlotWave 450 Scan Question

BCarroll ·
That is Fast! In my experience, the limiting factor in scanning w.f. originals isn't the hardware, it's the ability to load, position, and un-load the originals. I like the way my Savin machines can be easily converted to a "flat" scanner, which when used with a SureStack, can really scan fast! You are only limited by your ability to load the next original.
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Re: Oce PlotWave 450 Scan Question

fisher ·
Oce' machines are weak. Expensive and a terrible user interface compared to a Ricoh or KIP.
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Re: Scan/Print from USB memory

BCarroll ·
1. It's a great talking point when selling / training end users 2. It's a true advantage when the copier loses network connectivity- client can temporarily print / scan...
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Re: Scan/Print from USB memory

Old Glory ·
When it was new and somewhat unique I talked about it a lot but didn't find many applications. Now I don't even bring it up inless I'm at something like a church or real estate office...someplace with the potential of a non-resident employee or volunteer. Even then there are other ways to accomplish the task that are just as easy, if not easier. I'd love to hear about applications I'm missing out on.
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Re: Scan/Print from USB memory

Old Glory ·
When it was new and somewhat unique I talked about it a lot but didn't find many applications. Now I don't even bring it up inless I'm at something like a church or real estate office...someplace with the potential of a non-resident employee or volunteer. Even then there are other ways to accomplish the task that are just as easy, if not easier. I'd love to hear about applications I'm missing out on.
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Re: Scan/Print from USB memory

GIntel ·
Thanks for the replies, much appreciated. Hearing common feedback - it's a potential conversation starter and easy function for end-users, but relatively narrow use case (machine loses network connection, or a non-networked visitor needs print/scan access).
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Re: Contex Americas Appoints Shea Vara to Director of Channel Sales

Art Post ·
atta girl!! congrats!!
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Re: Here's an interesting question I received about Ricoh scanning

Bumble001 ·
No sure if I understand the question. Are you scanning to a server at a remote location of the same company i.e. satellite office? You would be able to do it if they have a VPN setup between the two sites. If they do not have a VPN I believe you are out of luck.
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Re: Here's an interesting question I received about Ricoh scanning

Art Post ·
No, there are two different companies that she owns with two different LAN's and servers.
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Re: Here's an interesting question I received about Ricoh scanning

Bumble001 ·
No you can not scan SMB directly to a folder on a server at two different LAN's. The only way you could scan to a folder on a server is to setup a FTP server on the server and open the Firewall to allow the FTP server to function.
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Re: Here's an interesting question I received about Ricoh scanning

fisher ·
Originally Posted by Bumble001: No you can not scan SMB directly to a folder on a server at two different LAN's. The only way you could scan to a folder on a server is to setup a FTP server on the server and open the Firewall to allow the FTP server to function. This ^^^^^ This also works internally if you ever run into an older machine that will not scan to windows 8 or 2012 Server.
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Re: Here's an interesting question I received about Ricoh scanning

Bill Knight ·
For Windows 8 and Server 2012 you can upgrade the firmware to fix this problem. Another option is to install Dropbox at both locations and have them sync to that folder. This way you scan to the local folder by SMB and with Dropbox it will automatically sync to the other location.
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Re: Scan to Cloud Server with NSI?

good luck ·
99% sure the NSI would need to reside on the server being provided by the local IT company.
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Re: Global Scan NX Server 32 Question

VinceMcHugh ·
Art, I never did a lot with Global Scan when I was at Ricoh Business Systems \ Boston but I have done some work with OCR and large format. It is not an easy task. The amount of data that has to be processed, especially since most of the Wide Format is drawings and not text. If you can set a specific zone to OCR maybe it would work better. But at least the last time I looked at it, it didn't turn out very successful. Again, I didn't use GlobalScan, so maybe it will turn out better for you.
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Re: Global Scan NX Server 32 Question

Art Post ·
k, thanx for this, is there software that will monitor a folder and then auto rotate the image once it arrives? My people are still researching this with Global Scan
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Re: Global Scan NX Server 32 Question

Art Post ·
Maybe plotworks can do this? Can anyone else lend a hand?
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Re: Global Scan NX Server 32 Question

Czech ·
Hi Art, The only piece of software that I can think can do this is eCopy ShareScan. The back end is completely customizable, so you should be able to configure every scan to auto rotate before getting dumped into the watch folder. Most manufacturers are eCopy authorized, so I would talk to your dealer account manager to confirm this.
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Re: Global Scan NX Server 32 Question

Art Post ·
Czech Thanx for this, however the device we want to use does not support eCopyShare Scan.
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Re: Fujitsu Introduces New Production Scanner Featuring Advanced Paper Handling Technology to Enhance Productivity and Maximize Efficiency

Art Post ·
I took a quick read of this new scanner, and the one item that bothers me, is that there are work flows where scan2folder is the preferred delivery method. It behooves me, that there is no production type scanner that also offers scan2fold or scan2email.
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Re: Need Some Help with Canon Solutions

NC_ACC ·
Art, There are several options regarding scan workflows on the imageRUNNER Advanced devices. Uniflow is a Canon owned option. Also, an embedded or Scan Station from eCopy just to name a couple.
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Re: Need Some Help with Canon Solutions

Czech ·
Hey Art, As far as I know, NSI Autostore is not supported by Canon. Canon does work really well with eCopy ShareScan though. Depending on the scan workflow you need, a lot of the functions are built into the 2nd generation imageRUNNER ADVANCE platform. For example, Scan to Word, OCR, etc. You can enhance these workflows using the Quick Menu button to create 1-touch shortcuts. I use eCopy ShareScan if customers require Zonal OCR.
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Re: Need Some Help with Canon Solutions

Art Post ·
Thanks for this! Which beings me to another question. On my Ricoh devices, I can set up a scan workflow button (standard feature), I can then program that button to deliver that document to multiple email addresses, folders and fax numbers (I'm pretty sure of the fax). Thus the user presses the one workflow button and the document is sent to the multiple locations in one shot. Is there a feature like this with the Canon systems, if so is it a standard feature or an option?
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Re: Need Some Help with Canon Solutions

Czech ·
Hey Art, Yes, it's called the Quick Menu, standard on all imageRUNNER ADVANCE devices. You can program virtually any task to a 1-touch button. Instead of separate Scan and Fax functions, Canon uses something called Universal Send which allows you to send a document via Fax, Scan To Email, Scan to Folder, etc. all at the same time.
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Re: Scan & Copy on new 4054 series?

Old Glory ·
You can scan to two locations...what about one of them being the IP Address of another device?
 
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