View Poll Results: What age group are you in?

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  • 18-30

    17 13.49%
  • 30-40

    19 15.08%
  • 40-50

    23 18.25%
  • 50+

    67 53.17%
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    Re: What age group are you in?

    Old tech here.57 and been doing it for 35 years.I did learn networking.Got myself Microsoft certified along with A+ and network+.It helps out a lot.The only problem is that customers think that because they have a service contract for the machine we should do their network work for FREE.

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    Re: What age group are you in?

    40 years old, started working in this industry in 2002, at that time, HP 4 +, EX, 1100, 6L, Ricoh FT4490, Toshiba BD1550, Canon NP1215, NP2020, NP7130,

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    Re: What age group are you in?

    I will be 33 started working on copiers when I was 21 as a setup tech. I then moved into the field and Production KM equipment.
    I've jumped companies and after being here 5 years I moved over to more of the IT side as an installer/analyst.
    Service still has me help every now and then since I'm trained on everything KM.

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    Re: What age group are you in?

    Quote Originally Posted by allan View Post
    You will still find lost of OcÚ wide formats that use the toaster. If its been off for some time it gives of a puff of smoke on startup.
    Oldest machine i worked on was a Ricoh that used a flash bulb to expose the image at once on a photo sensitive belt had this weird camera lens that looks like one of those first cameras.

    Sure the older guys would know these.
    Oh those things were fun. Xerox used them a lot in their production analog machines think 1090, 5680 maybe? I think Kodak and Canon had a machine back in the day that used them Canon 9800 II maybe? I can't remember the model numbers.

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    Re: What age group are you in?

    Quote Originally Posted by blackcat4866 View Post
    I've seen a few, but no idea how they worked.

    A customer would drag one of these things out of the closet and ask me how it worked. I sure don't know. It's no technology I've ever seen. =^..^=

    I believe it was the same principle has the moving and stationary scanners except the lense took and entire image at once and the charge went on a belt then moved to attract the toner then moved to transfer to the paper. I've only seen them in the 80+ppm to 135ppm analog machines. I think the idea was to save on wear and tear of a moving scanner but I remember older machines about as fast with moving scanners that predated them.

    The only other reason I can think of to use the stationary lense is that Kodak actually had an old machine also rebranded as a canon and Kodak used to be big into cameras so maybe they owned the technology rights but not a moving scanner rights.?

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