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    New Kyocera release schedule

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    New Kyocera release schedule

    Here is a release schedule for the next batch of Kyocera machines.


    Current --- Replacement --- Est Launch

    TASKalfa 300i --- TASKalfa 3500i --- May
    TASKalfa 420i --- TASKalfa 4500i --- May
    TASKalfa 520i --- TASKalfa 5500i --- May
    TAKSalfa 620 --- TASKalfa 6500i --- May
    TASKalfa 820 --- TASKalfa 8000i --- May
    TASKalfa 250ci --- n/a
    TASKalfa 300ci --- TASKalfa 3050ci --- April
    TASKalfa 400ci --- TASKalfa 3550ci --- April
    TASKalfa 500ci --- TASKalfa 4550ci --- April
    TASKalfa 552ci ---TASKalfa 5550ci --- April
    TASKalfa 550c --- n/a
    TASKalfa 650c --- TASKalfa 6550ci --- May
    TASKalfa 750c --- TASKalfa 7550ci --- May



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    Now the big question. When and where is the training going to be?


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    New Kyocera release schedule

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    The rumor is that it will be done at the regional offices when enough participants have signed up. =^..^=

    If you'd like a serious answer to your request:
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    blackcat: Master Of The Obvious =^..^=

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    Is it true kyocera shut down their training facility in Dallas?


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    Quote Originally Posted by luis8832 View Post
    Is it true kyocera shut down their training facility in Dallas?
    I dont think they have shut it down, but there have been some staff changes, for instance Ed is now back on the road as a tech and I think some others have gone back to being techs. I heard most of this on the grape vine, so apologies if any info is wrong

    Sorry folks, reputation removed by Just Manuals, because he's a sad little wanker

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    google is your friend.

    "7550ci"


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    "and remove this cover to get access to that cover,
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    and remove that cover to get access to this cover,
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    and remove that cover to get access to this cover..."

    Maybe we just won't sell finishers.


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    Dallas is still open.. I have a class scheduled there next week. I have heard a rumor about Atlanta reopening. But, that's rumor


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    new model/new technology

    i just did the Kyocera online pretraining for the new models due out...the new machines have a scary induction heating system with a complex way of using a copper section to cool the outside edges of the fusing roller..( the Konica C451 line use this and continually spin and squeek).... all kinds of new technology.. i hope this isnt going to be a problematic machine!
    all trays will do 12X18..
    the bypass up to 300g/m2..
    enjoy!

    Guy


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    Quote Originally Posted by bronco31 View Post
    the new machines have a scary induction heating system with a complex way of using a copper section to cool the outside edges of the fusing roller..( the Konica C451 line use this and continually spin and squeek

    ricoh has had this for some time now. works pretty much always.

    3050ci launched in japan yesterday

    京セラミタ | カラー複合機 TASKalfa 5550ci


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