View Poll Results: What brands of copiers do you work on?

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  • Canon

    70 27.56%
  • Konica Minolta

    92 36.22%
  • Kyocera, Copystar

    82 32.28%
  • Panasonic

    26 10.24%
  • Ricoh, Savin, Gestetner, Lanier

    120 47.24%
  • Sharp

    71 27.95%
  • Samsung or Muratec

    47 18.50%
  • Toshiba

    34 13.39%
  • Xerox

    41 16.14%
  • Anything that pays the bills

    41 16.14%
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  1. #31
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    What brands of Copiers/MFP's are you working on v2.0?

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    Re: What brands of Copiers/MFP's are you working on v2.0?

    Not working any brand at this time - I'm retired, but I have a Canon, Sharp, Samsung, and a HP at home at this time. I guess I've become multifunctional.

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    Re: What brands of Copiers/MFP's are you working on v2.0?

    Ricoh and Konica Minolta. Pretty new on the KM stuff. Been in the industry for 21 years. Working on Ricoh and Canon for most of it. I was an IKON guy, rode the buyout from Ricoh. Finally split in Jan '16 and went to a dealer that sells and services Ricoh and KM. Couldn't be happier in my job. It's been a while.


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    Canon is best for me.


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    Kyocera/Copystar, Toshiba.


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    all our big machines are Sharp and old Panasonic, and a variety of smaller machines


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    Xerox is the BEST!! They got it together in 1934. I think they are the Toyota of copiers. VERY reliable and easy to work on.


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    Canon. It has more technician support in my area. Xerox is also good but lack of support.


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    Re: What brands of Copiers/MFP's are you working on v2.0?

    Quote Originally Posted by Qball View Post
    Ricoh and Konica Minolta. Pretty new on the KM stuff. Been in the industry for 21 years. Working on Ricoh and Canon for most of it. I was an IKON guy, rode the buyout from Ricoh. Finally split in Jan '16 and went to a dealer that sells and services Ricoh and KM. Couldn't be happier in my job. It's been a while.
    Update! As if Jan '17, the dealer, where I worked, was bought out by Impact Networking. So I now work on Ricoh, Konica Minolta, Kyocera, HP, Muratec, Samsung, Memjet, Kip, and whatever else someone decides to sell. It's been.....interesting.


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