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    Ricoh Model Name Guide

    Hi all,

    Does anyone have a list of all the Ricoh model names, e.g MPC3003 is the Metis range.

    I have tried googling the answer but cant find any reference to it.
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    Re: Ricoh Model Name Guide

    Quote Originally Posted by copier tech View Post
    Hi all,

    Does anyone have a list of all the Ricoh model names, e.g MPC3003 is the Metis range.

    I have tried googling the answer but cant find any reference to it.

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    Re: Ricoh Model Name Guide

    Thanks, much appreciated :O)
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    Re: Ricoh Model Name Guide

    Quote Originally Posted by copier tech View Post
    Thanks, much appreciated :O)
    Thank you for the great effort and the useful contribution

    The problem I stuck at is what are the meanings of all these letters in the Ricoh model names
    For instance , the multifunction SPC232SF
    I can easily say the C is refer to colored
    May any one has an idea of what all these letters mean?

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    Re: Ricoh Model Name Guide

    Quote Originally Posted by Tarekawy View Post
    Thank you for the great effort and the useful contribution

    The problem I stuck at is what are the meanings of all these letters in the Ricoh model names
    For instance , the multifunction SPC232SF
    I can easily say the C is refer to colored
    May any one has an idea of what all these letters mean?
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    Re: Ricoh Model Name Guide

    SP as in Single Purpose, since it's a printer based mainframe. C is obviously for colour; the SF is for the additional Scan and Fax features available on that variant.

    At least that's what I remember from working direct for Ricoh...

    MP in the later series would be Multi-Purpose since they're built off a copier mainframe.
    At most you would see SPF appending some models to note the Scan, Print, and Fax functions.



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    Re: Ricoh Model Name Guide

    What about the “IM” series?
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    Re: Ricoh Model Name Guide

    Quote Originally Posted by KenB View Post
    What about the “IM” series?
    Not sure. It's been years since I worked for Ricoh, so I'm sure there's a trainer somewhere who knows the logic of the new series, I just don't have access to them any longer.

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    Re: Ricoh Model Name Guide

    Quote Originally Posted by rthonpm View Post
    Not sure. It's been years since I worked for Ricoh, so I'm sure there's a trainer somewhere who knows the logic of the new series, I just don't have access to them any longer.

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    Same here, but my guess would Intelligent Machine (or Model). Maybe Debs might know.

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    Re: Ricoh Model Name Guide

    I can say that the “GW” in “GW” and “GW+” controllers stands for “Grand Works”.

    No idea what it actually designated, though.
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