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    Re: Which copier was the biggest peice of crap ever?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tonerbomb View Post
    How \'bout the SAVIN 2408/3210 familyalso sold as RICOH 1032.Total POS new fangled color machine. :evil:

    Post edited by: tonerbomb, at: 2005/02/17 19:27
    Ricoh is the mother company. Gestetner - Savin - Lanier are the Ricoh box with the daughter company name on it.


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    Re: Which copier was the biggest piece of crap ever?

    Quote Originally Posted by copyman View Post
    i have to disagree with whoever posted that "all" sharp analogs were the worse, of course there are a few bad sharp models that come to mind, 8600/9300, 2020. but one of the best analogs ever made was by sharp the sf-8100. and another great analog was the mita 152z. as far as olivetti being bad, i agree but i thought they were made by another oem like sharp. i remember one olivetti that was the same as sharps big master machine, 770, 781. the 781 used to talk to you with like 20 voice commands in a lame jap robotic tone. the bottom line is all oem's had their "dogs" but i would have to say the worse overall were ALL panasonic analogs, JUNK
    The 781 & 771 were almost the same an the Olivetti 1710 and 1810 the difference was the color grey & charcoal instead of off white & brown plus the Olivetti's wouldn't run with toner supply removed & sharps would. The Olivetti 1000 and later 1050 were not made by sharp used zinc oxide masters on a scroll roll had dry pressure cold fusing monocomponent toner and a paper cassette heater that must function or copies were terrible. After all that there was the slot screws and the feed rollers turned to mushy gum after a few years other than that it was a great box, very smooth exposure glass movement.


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    Re: Which copier was the biggest piece of crap ever?

    Right now its the Ricoh MP C305. This pox box has just shat the second toner feed pump while its still on my work bench being tuned up.

    The team that designed this pile of vultures vomit should have their genitals inserted in a rusty rabbit trap.

    At least 50% of IT is a solution looking for a problem.

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    Re: Which copier was the biggest piece of crap ever?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lagonda View Post
    Right now its the Ricoh MP C305. This pox box has just shat the second toner feed pump while its still on my work bench being tuned up.

    The team that designed this pile of vultures vomit should have their genitals inserted in a rusty rabbit trap.
    Well, damn!
    Tell us how you really feel!

    Somewhere there is a tree working hard to produce oxygen for you to live, NOW GO APOLOGIZE TO IT!

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    Re: Which copier was the biggest piece of crap ever?

    I had another bloody MP C305 in the back of the car the other day. I parked up in town and went to visit a client when I came back I discovered that the back window had been smashed and a second MP C305 had been stuffed in there.

    At least 50% of IT is a solution looking for a problem.

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    Re: Which copier was the biggest piece of crap ever?

    HP Edgeline CM8060 series by far.


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    Re: Which copier was the biggest piece of crap ever?

    Quote Originally Posted by SkipL View Post
    Savin 840! Streaks & lines, streaks & lines - did I mention streaks and lines?

    You forgot to mention noise, those reverse roller scrapers were notorious for that. Thats even after the noise elimination mod.


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    Re: Which copier was the biggest piece of crap ever?

    A few to name.
    Minolta EP410Z feed clutches, 4230 jams and clutches, 4300,5400 crap vertical duplex. Minolta loved using incandescent bulbs to sense paper empty too, which used to blow more than a hooker
    Sharp 770 with the toaster, SF7850 rotating cassette, 9400 fuser, 9800 everything, 83/8450 editing blank lamp array cost, 2116-2120 what a joke, ARC172 LED colour. AR161 and AR5132, digital pieces of crap. Anything Sharp makes with semi-circular feed rollers is shite

    Saying that, all of these pieces of shit have kept us all employed by going wrong so not all bad!


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    Re: Which copier was the biggest piece of crap ever?

    anything Xerox


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    Re: Which copier was the biggest piece of crap ever?

    At the moment the new range of HP A3 copiers are heading to the top of the charts with a bullet. The re-badge Samsung laser has backgrounding problems and the Pagewide inkjet........well its an inkjet, say no more.
    HP's support is 2/10's of 4/5's of SFA. No service manuals or parts manual and if you eventually find a part number the part is never in stock.
    We never used the acronym DOA before we started selling HP copiers.

    At least 50% of IT is a solution looking for a problem.

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