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orlandoxp86
06-27-2012, 08:11 AM
I'm try to BUY a machine for production flyers black and white
which one do I buy Both are used

Canon ImageRunner 5000, meter: 1,287,462 Work US$500.00 50 cpm/ppm

Ricoh 2090 , meter:2.7 million Error sc301 US$500 90ppm

Please Help what is the best

THANKS

ni311
06-27-2012, 10:21 AM
I guess this thread is started in the wrong section of the forum...

EarthKmTech
06-27-2012, 11:32 AM
feck off

mrwho
06-27-2012, 11:55 AM
Since this is a Konica Minolta forum, people would probably advise the Bizhub Pro 920 or similar...

orlandoxp86
06-27-2012, 05:04 PM
oh sorry please can switch to the right section


thanks

kingpd@businessprints.net
06-27-2012, 07:05 PM
It's too late now.

What's your volume and production requirements. There's a big difference between 50ppm and 90/92 ppm.

Although the IR5000 is a legendary machine it was never really intended for a high volume print for pay environment.

All the models referenced in this forum so far are nice...I would probably take the 920 over the 2090 though.

Where are you finding an IR5000 for $500?

orlandoxp86
06-27-2012, 07:10 PM
It's too late now.

What's your volume and production requirements. There's a big difference between 50ppm and 90/92 ppm.

Although the IR5000 is a legendary machine it was never really intended for a high volume print for pay environment.

All the models referenced in this forum so far are nice...I would probably take the 920 over the 2090 though.

Where are you finding an IR5000 for $500?


Canon ImageRunner 5000 on Company in my city try to sell for 500

but the ricoh 2090 comes with an error sc301

kingpd@businessprints.net
06-27-2012, 07:16 PM
I'd pick up the IR5000 even if you aren't going to use it as long as it works. The lowest I can find them used is $900-$1000. You could sell it on Ebay and double your money.

I still don't know your volume though. The IR5000 has TONS of spare parts and supplies available out there due to their popularity.

You should consider though who or how service is going to be done on the machine. Even the best machine in the world is useless when it's broke.

orlandoxp86
06-27-2012, 08:29 PM
I'd pick up the IR5000 even if you aren't going to use it as long as it works. The lowest I can find them used is $900-$1000. You could sell it on Ebay and double your money.

I still don't know your volume though. The IR5000 has TONS of spare parts and supplies available out there due to their popularity.

You should consider though who or how service is going to be done on the machine. Even the best machine in the world is useless when it's broke.



Thanks for help me

kingpd@businessprints.net
06-28-2012, 01:29 AM
You're welcome.

Let us know how it works out for you.

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