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    Small machine wise there was a Toshiba box called the BD-3301, by far the greatest small machine ever! Then the idiots at toshiba put out nightmares like the BD-8412 what a POS that was. The 400/500 series Canon machines were rock solid as was the 6650 series and for newer stuff any of the KM machines that have the Falcon engine are about as good as it gets these days.

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    I am an old timer and do not know how many of will remember the MITA DC-111. what a great machine......had customers on a waiting list( I kid you not) for weeks for one of these.

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    Quote Originally Posted by e99donald View Post
    I am an old timer and do not know how many of will remember the MITA DC-111. what a great machine......had customers on a waiting list( I kid you not) for weeks for one of these.
    They werr great till the little brake, broke for the platten and the top would over run and could fly off the machine. For a small machine though nothing beat the toshiba 3301, another machine that worked great and made you big dollars was the Sharp 8100 and 8260, they just kept going and going and going............. Good stuff

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    How old are you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldtech View Post
    How old are you?
    old as hell......... 48

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    my 2 cents

    I have worked on both Konica's and Kyoceras extensively......the Konica 7145 was ok, but had it's own issues (such as..... a nasty tendency to blow engine boards...they were dual component....their cleaning units were known to back up.....the drum itself was tricky for newer techs to install properly......pm cycle was too short...and the pm took too many man hours to perform...etc..etc...etc), it was just a sped up and "tweaked" 7020 (a very problematic 20ppm model).........that Konica based their entire 20-45 ppm group on for years...the 7155 had hideous developer leakage issues forever that Konica kept coming out with "fixes" for....also, the staplers for the large fns for that model got knocked out of alignment easily....resulting in a realignment over and over... I forget how many updates they put us through on those two issues alone......so that's a down vote for me for the Konica.

    The Kyocera 3035, 4035, 5035 is hands down the best series I've ever serviced. Not only does it have great functionality, it is easy to use, producing fewer "help" calls. The components usually make it to yield or higher, and are usually very easy to replace. This series has an impressive PM cycle and the PMs are not too time consuming. They produce fewer service calls and require less time on call than any other model that I have ever worked with. Kyocera made rewriting the system software very easy. The Kyocera extended print drivers are amazingly well thought out, and provide options to allow it to work with virtually any software application. Hands down the Kyocera wins. The customers love it, the salespeople love it, the service managers love it, hell, even the techs love it :-).

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    For b&w copiers its hands down kyocera km 3035/4035/5035 for color no doubt bizhub C500 & C6500
    Get your facts first, and then you can distort them as much as you please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by knightfall View Post
    For b&w copiers its hands down kyocera km 3035/4035/5035 for color no doubt bizhub C500 & C6500
    The Kyocera Falcon engine is quite beastly, it has to be one of the most reliable of all newer equipment......... Good stuff.

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    i think Ricoh Afficio 1035/1045 is best copier

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    Quote Originally Posted by etsmultan View Post
    i think Ricoh Afficio 1035/1045 is best copier
    They make wonderful paper weights.

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