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    Can any of you dedicated Konica Minota techs list the model numbers that you can match up with Series Names? I didn't get much formal Konica Minolta training. =^..^=

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    Re: Series Names

    I work for KM and about the only time I've ever needed to answer that question is in an assessment.

    In the real world I'm still yet to experience a single example of when that knowledge was remotely necessary and I've been doing this for 15 years.

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    It's early Sunday morning and I went to the company Halloween party last night, so I am not sure I understand the Question. Do you mean list all of the EP, and Di's and bizhubs? If that is the case, I know most of them without looking.

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    Re: Series Names

    Quote Originally Posted by blackcat4866 View Post
    Can any of you dedicated Konica Minota techs list the model numbers that you can match up with Series Names? I didn't get much formal Konica Minolta training. =^..^=
    Hi Blackcat4866

    do you mean for instance the Zeus range= C224, C284, C364
    Minerva range= C654, C754

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    Quote Originally Posted by fixthecopier View Post
    It's early Sunday morning and I went to the company Halloween party last night, so I am not sure I understand the Question. Do you mean list all of the EP, and Di's and bizhubs? If that is the case, I know most of them without looking.
    For example:
    Copystar CS-3050, CS-4050, CS-5050, CS-420i, CS-520i
    Kyocera Mita KM-3050, KM-4050, KM-5050, KM-420i, KM-520i


    ... all are part of the Falcon III family. That is to say they all use the same print engine, and basically the same consumables. This is useful information when you're comparing consumables, yields, simulations, and fixes that apply equally across the family.

    So I was trained on the bizhub C220, C280, C360. There may be printers using this same engine. Is there a series name? =^..^=

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    Quote Originally Posted by JSC View Post
    Hi Blackcat4866

    do you mean for instance the Zeus range= C224, C284, C364
    Minerva range= C654, C754
    Yes, exactly. More? =^..^=

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    Sorry it took me so long, I was gone all day. I don't know if this is what you are looking for , but here goes.

    The Di 250/350 are the same except for page speed. They made the iu's different, but taking pliers and snapping off the tap under it that keeps you from swapping them, makes them interchangeable. Toner is the same, the bottles are different because of yields.

    The 520/620 machines are the same except for boards.

    The Di 200/ 251/ 351 are the same class. IU's can be swapped by snapping off the tap on bottom.

    The 7272 and 7255 and 7210 are the predecessors of the 650 with the 7210 being closer to the BZ 600.

    As far as mechanical parts there is a lot you can swap between all of those big boxes. The 650 did not have photocells under the transfer to detect the cleaning motion, so the transfers are different by way of the 600 having a flag under the cleaner on transfer.

    The 2010, 2510 and 3510 are same class of box, mostly interchangeable except the boards are different . With the exception of boards, these are good parts machines for the Bizhub 200/250/350 machines.

    I don't know a lot on color, hope this helps.


    Also a lot of the larger older HP color engines are Konica.

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    Sorry for the "cut and paste" quality, but here they are. Emujo

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    Sorry for the "cut and paste" quality, but here they are. Emujo
    Im baffled, going with Minolta since the EG machines and EP-1 I never heard of it. Thanks

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