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Xerox 510

Although the 510 has what can best be described as a "checkered past," it is in reality a "pretty good little box." Conceived by "Mother X" and the Xerox engineers in Rochester the 510 ended up in a political squabble and was sent to Japan for manufacture by Fuji Xerox. Fuji took one look at the box and said "not invented here. After wandering in limbo for better than a year while Xerox dealers sold what ever they could get their hands on, "Mother X" in her infinite wisdom decided to bring the little 510 dp home. It is now being "produced" for Xerox under contract by a company in Huntsville, AL. there have been substantial startup up quality problems which we understand are "being worked out." The 510 dp is an innovative system. It can be ordered with or field upgraded from a one roll system to a two or three roll printer. In addition the 510 dp has field upgrade - downgrade capability to switch output capacity from five, seven or ten "D" size prints per minute. This makes the 510 dp a powerful point of use printer with a huge amount of flexibility.


Xerox's decision to marry the 510 dp printer with its Synergix scanner and the PLP inspired Access controller has yielded an effective mid range system. Their brilliant idea of offering a "color Synergix scanner option" for a black and white printer was off the chart. Most people will never effectively use the color scanner but it adds thousands of dollars in revenue to their bottom line. A word to the wise, don't buy the color scanner in less you can really cost justify the added expense.


This is a short run product for Xerox and will probably go out of production sometime in early 2006. The shots in wide format at Xerox are now being called by Fuji Xerox out of Japan and the 510 is obviously not made in Japan. The 510 dp is a good short term investment with very little upward migration path.
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Xerox 6030-6050

This machine is so bad that most of the Xerox dealers in the country have elected not to sell it. The system was designed by Fuji Xerox as a six copy and nine copy per minute solution. It simply does not meet American standards. At its best, which is not good, the machine functions as a wide format copier. It will make multiple copies and reduce and enlarge but the steps required to produce a copy are clumsy and not at all intuitive. In its plotter mode, the machine is at best adequate. The hang up is that in plot mode the output speed is cut in about half. The ultimate debacle is encountered when the 6050/6030 is installed in its "Scan to File" configuration. The explanation give for this is that the systems components are incompatible and that they simply have difficulty talking to each other. In addition to the systems problems this unit has, the purchaser must contend with a machine that is mostly plastic. The 6050/6030 is rated for a monthly output of 4,500 square feet. At this rate it is doubtful if the system will be able to last for the production of 100,000 square feet of copy.


In short, do yourself a favor and stay away from this machine. Shame on you Mother X.
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Xerox 721

Oh for the days when this once proud company (Xerox) actually made something, besides hot air. The print engine for the 721 p is in reality a KIP 8000. The KIP 8000 is presently the fastest wide format printer in the world. It is robust and easy to maintain. Operating costs are low and print quality is excellent. The controller for the 721 p is made by PLP which is good solid technology. The Synergix scanner is a Xerox product and congratulations Xerox, you got this one right.
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Xerox 8825

This is the "little brother" of the 8830 family. The principal differences are that Xerox slowed the output speed of the printer from six to four "D" size prints per minute by installing an interrupter that shuts the print function down for a few seconds between prints. This was purely a move to differentiate and de-feature the product. The 8825 family has the option of one or two rolls of media as apposed to the three roll capacity of the 8830. In all other respects the 8825 and the 8830 are twins. As with the 8830, the 8825 is the "home grown" digital print engine from "Mother X." Xerox took their "finest hour," the 3050 analog copier, and turned it into a one or two roll digital plotter. Initially introduced as a stand alone plotter the "boys from Rochester" married a modified Vidar scanner to the printer which gave them scan to print capability. They have dubbed this the 8825 DDS (for Digital Document System). A button panel on the scanner allows the operator to perform the engineering copier functions of reduction and enlargement and multiple copy. Archiving of scanned images is accomplished using a "scan to network" feature in which the scanned images is transferred to a folder on the network for printing from a system computer. Some users find this "scan to network" feature clumsy when compared with the "scan to file" capability of the KIP and Oce' products.


In its later manifestations Xerox has ditched the Vidar scanner and replaced it with their own Xerox manufactured, Synergix scanner, which is a "world class" product. Their AccXES controller and software was developed by PLP and appears to be stable and productive.


The 8825 and the 8830 have been replaced by the new 510. Xerox has had huge manufacturing difficulties with 510. Due to these problems the 510 is in shot supply. As a result many Xerox dealers are resurrecting their 8825 and 8830 machines and selling them as used equipment until the 510 becomes readily available.
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Process / Imaging

Xerographic LED

Photoreceptor

Organic

Media Supply

1 or 2 Rolls, 500' with cut sheet by-pass

Media Type

Bond, Vellum and Film

Output Size

Min. 8-1/2" x 11", Max. 36" x 80'

Processes Speed

3 ips

Throughput

4 D's per minute

Power Requirements

60 Hz; 115 V/ 16A, 50-60 Hz; 220/230-240 V/10A

Weight

Aprox. 550 lbs

Dimensions

W 57" x H 43" x D 23"

Finishing

Standard - Catch Tray - 50 E / 100 D

Optional - Online folder

Optional - Stacker 1000 - up to 1000 mixed prints

 

Controller (Early Versions)  

CPU

Power PC 603e, 200MHz

Memory

64 MNb, SDRAM Expandable to 128 Mb

Hard disk

Standard 2.2 Gb Ultra SCSI; 7200 RPM Internal Drive

Maximum Length

80' Printing, 100' copying

Data Formats

CGM, HP-GL/HP-Gl2, HP-RTL, CalComp 906/907/951/PCI, TIFF 6, NIRS, CALS I & II, Versatec, Raster, VDS, CCITT G4 (all color formats converted to gray scale)

Interfaces

VPI, SCSI-2; Bi-directional Centronics; optional internal Ethernet card supports10 BaseT, 10 Base 2 (future support for 100 BaseTX

Network Protocals

TCP/IP with lpr/pd, Novell IPX/SPX PS Server 3.1/4.1 with NDS; Ethertalk; NetBEUI

Client Software

ADI Print Drivers for AutoCAD R12, R13, and R14 (without raster);Print Drivers for Windows 3.11/NT/95; Printer Manager Tool for Windows 3.11/NT/95;Document Submission Tool for Widows 3.11/NT/95; document Retrieval Tool for Windows NT/95; Print Manager/ Document Submission tool for Sun Solaris

 

Controller (AccXES)

CPU

Power PC 7400, 200MHz

Power

110 / 220V

Memory

64 MNb, SDRAM Expandable to 192 Mb

Hard Disk

Standard 9.1 Gb Ultra  Wide SCSI; 7200 RPM Internal Drive

Data Formats

HP-GL/HP-Gl2, HP-RTL, CGM (Level 1 with ATA ext.); C4 fileNET, XES 150 Emulation; Versatec Data Standards (VRF, ordered vector, blocked raster, compacted raster), CalComp 906/907/951/PCI, TIFF 6.0, CALS I & 2, VCGL; Compression types (for applicable raster formats);  CCITT G4, G3-1D, G3-2D, Packbits, RLE, Seed Row, Adaptive; Optional Adobe PostScript 3 with PDF support

Interfaces

Standard - Serial RS-232, IEEE 1284 Bi-directional Centronics; Ultra wide SCSI; VIP; 10/100 Ethernet (TCP/IP) supports 10/100 BaseT, Optional - External print server

Network Protocals

Standard - TCP/IP with lpr/lpd

Optional - Novell, Ethertalk, NetBEUI and others supported through external print server

Client Software

ADI and HDI Print Drivers for AutoCAD R14, AutoCAD 2000 and 2000i

Print drivers for Windows 95/98/2000/NT

Web Printer Manager Tool using Netscape Navigator 4 or Microsoft IE 4 or later

Document  Submission Tool for Windows 95/98/2000/NT and Solaris

Optional - Adobe PostScript 3 drivers for Windows 95/98/2000/NT

 

 

Scanner

Resolution

200 or 400 dpi

Copy/Scan Speed

Up to 3 ips

Image Scan

36" x 100' Max., 4-1/2" x 5-1/2" Min.

Document Handeling

Standard Large Document Handling system; automatic centering of image on output media

7356 Power Requirement

100 - 120/240 V, 60/50Hz, 3 amps

 

Copier Mode

AutoIQ

Automatic background suppression and width detection of original

Job Currency

Scanning, copying, printing and printer interrupt key

Sets Build

Electronic collation; forward and reverse; last scan replacement; rescale and reprint without rescanning; 999 copies from a set of 100 standard E-size drawings.

Reduction and Enlargement

25 to 400% in 0.1% increments

Output Selection

Auto/manual roll selection and scaling to output media

Store and Recall

Recall image data and parameters from last copy job; can save and recall 10 user parameter settings

Xerox 8825 DDS

This is the "little brother" of the 8830 family. The principal differences are that Xerox slowed the output speed of the printer from six to four "D" size prints per minute by installing an interrupter that shuts the print function down for a few seconds between prints. This was purely a move to differentiate and de-feature the product. The 8825 family has the option of one or two rolls of media as apposed to the three roll capacity of the 8830. In all other respects the 8825 and the 8830 are twins. As with the 8830, the 8825 is the "home grown" digital print engine from "Mother X." Xerox took their "finest hour," the 3050 analog copier, and turned it into a one or two roll digital plotter. Initially introduced as a stand alone plotter the "boys from Rochester" married a modified Vidar scanner to the printer which gave them scan to print capability. They have dubbed this the 8825 DDS (for Digital Document System). A button panel on the scanner allows the operator to perform the engineering copier functions of reduction and enlargement and multiple copy. Archiving of scanned images is accomplished using a "scan to network" feature in which the scanned images is transferred to a folder on the network for printing from a system computer. Some users find this "scan to network" feature clumsy when compared with the "scan to file" capability of the KIP and Oce' products.


In its later manifestations Xerox has ditched the Vidar scanner and replaced it with their own Xerox manufactured, Synergix scanner, which is a "world class" product. Their AccXES controller and software was developed by PLP and appears to be stable and productive.


The 8825 and the 8830 have been replaced by the new 510. Xerox has had huge manufacturing difficulties with 510. Due to these problems the 510 is in shot supply. As a result many Xerox dealers are resurrecting their 8825 and 8830 machines and selling them as used equipment until the 510 becomes readily available.
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Process / Imaging

Xerographic LED

Photoreceptor

Organic

Media Supply

1 or 2 Rolls, 500' with cut sheet by-pass

Media Type

Bond, Vellum and Film

Output Size

Min. 8-1/2" x 11", Max. 36" x 80'

Processes Speed

3 ips

Throughput

4 D's per minute

Power Requirements

60 Hz; 115 V/ 16A, 50-60 Hz; 220/230-240 V/10A

Weight

Aprox. 550 lbs

Dimensions

W 57" x H 43" x D 23"

Finishing

Standard - Catch Tray - 50 E / 100 D

Optional - Online folder

Optional - Stacker 1000 - up to 1000 mixed prints

 

Controller (Early Versions)  

CPU

Power PC 603e, 200MHz

Memory

64 MNb, SDRAM Expandable to 128 Mb

Hard disk

Standard 2.2 Gb Ultra SCSI; 7200 RPM Internal Drive

Maximum Length

80' Printing, 100' copying

Data Formats

CGM, HP-GL/HP-Gl2, HP-RTL, CalComp 906/907/951/PCI, TIFF 6, NIRS, CALS I & II, Versatec, Raster, VDS, CCITT G4 (all color formats converted to gray scale)

Interfaces

VPI, SCSI-2; Bi-directional Centronics; optional internal Ethernet card supports10 BaseT, 10 Base 2 (future support for 100 BaseTX

Network Protocals

TCP/IP with lpr/pd, Novell IPX/SPX PS Server 3.1/4.1 with NDS; Ethertalk; NetBEUI

Client Software

ADI Print Drivers for AutoCAD R12, R13, and R14 (without raster);Print Drivers for Windows 3.11/NT/95; Printer Manager Tool for Windows 3.11/NT/95;Document Submission Tool for Widows 3.11/NT/95; document Retrieval Tool for Windows NT/95; Print Manager/ Document Submission tool for Sun Solaris

 

Controller (AccXES)

CPU

Power PC 7400, 200MHz

Power

110 / 220V

Memory

64 MNb, SDRAM Expandable to 192 Mb

Hard Disk

Standard 9.1 Gb Ultra  Wide SCSI; 7200 RPM Internal Drive

Data Formats

HP-GL/HP-Gl2, HP-RTL, CGM (Level 1 with ATA ext.); C4 fileNET, XES 150 Emulation; Versatec Data Standards (VRF, ordered vector, blocked raster, compacted raster), CalComp 906/907/951/PCI, TIFF 6.0, CALS I & 2, VCGL; Compression types (for applicable raster formats);  CCITT G4, G3-1D, G3-2D, Packbits, RLE, Seed Row, Adaptive; Optional Adobe PostScript 3 with PDF support

Interfaces

Standard - Serial RS-232, IEEE 1284 Bi-directional Centronics; Ultra wide SCSI; VIP; 10/100 Ethernet (TCP/IP) supports 10/100 BaseT, Optional - External print server

Network Protocals

Standard - TCP/IP with lpr/lpd

Optional - Novell, Ethertalk, NetBEUI and others supported through external print server

Client Software

ADI and HDI Print Drivers for AutoCAD R14, AutoCAD 2000 and 2000i

Print drivers for Windows 95/98/2000/NT

Web Printer Manager Tool using Netscape Navigator 4 or Microsoft IE 4 or later

Document  Submission Tool for Windows 95/98/2000/NT and Solaris

Optional - Adobe PostScript 3 drivers for Windows 95/98/2000/NT

 

 

Scanner

Resolution

200 or 400 dpi

Copy/Scan Speed

Up to 3 ips

Image Scan

36" x 100' Max., 4-1/2" x 5-1/2" Min.

Document Handeling

Standard Large Document Handling system; automatic centering of image on output media

7356 Power Requirement

100 - 120/240 V, 60/50Hz, 3 amps

 

Copier Mode

AutoIQ

Automatic background suppression and width detection of original

Job Currency

Scanning, copying, printing and printer interrupt key

Sets Build

Electronic collation; forward and reverse; last scan replacement; rescale and reprint without rescanning; 999 copies from a set of 100 standard E-size drawings.

Reduction and Enlargement

25 to 400% in 0.1% increments

Output Selection

Auto/manual roll selection and scaling to output media

Store and Recall

Recall image data and parameters from last copy job; can save and recall 10 user parameter settings

Xerox 8830

Originally code named "Rhino", as in Rhinoceros, the 8830 is the "home grown" digital print engine from "Mother X." Xerox has taken their "finest hour", the 3050 analog copier, and turned it into a three roll digital plotter. Initially introduced as a stand alone plotter the "boys from Rochester" married a modified Vidar scanner to the printer which gave them scan to print capability. They have dubbed this the 8830 DDS (for Digital Document System). A button panel on the scanner allows the operator to perform the engineering copier functions of reduction and enlargement and multiple copy. Archiving of scanned images is accomplished using a "scan to network" feature in which the scanned images are transferred to a folder on the network for printing from a system computer. Some users find this "scan to network" feature clumsy when compared with the "scan to file" capability of the KIP and Oce' products.


In its later manifestations Xerox has ditched the Vidar scanner and replaced it with their own Xerox manufactured, Synergix scanner which is a "world class" product. Their AccXES controller and software was developed by PLP and appears to be stable and productive.


The 8825 and the 8830 have been replaced by the new 510. Xerox has had huge manufacturing difficulties with 510. Due to these problems the 510 is in short supply. As a result many Xerox dealers are resurrecting their 8825 and 8830 machines and selling them as used equipment until the 510 becomes readily available.
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Process / Imaging

Xerographic LED

Photoreceptor

Organic

Media Supply

3 Rolls, 500' with cut sheet by-pass

Media Type

Bond, Vellum and Film

Output Size

Min. 8-1/2" x 11", Max. 36" x 80'

Processes Speed

3 ips

Throughput

Up to 7 D's per minute

Power Requirements

60 Hz; 115 V/ 16A, 50-60 Hz; 220/230-240 V/10A

Weight

Aprox. 575 lbs

Dimensions

W 57" x H 43" x D 23"

Finishing

Standard - Catch Tray - 50 E / 100 D

Optional - Online folder

Optional - Stacker 1000 - up to 1000 mixed prints

 

Controller (Early Versions)  

CPU

Power PC 7400, 200MHz

Memory

64 MNb, SDRAM Expandable to 192 Mb

Hard disk

Standard 2.2 Gb Ultra SCSI; 7200 RPM Internal Drive

Maximum Length

80' Printing, 100' copying

Data Formats

CGM, HP-GL/HP-Gl2, HP-RTL, CalComp 906/907/951/PCI, TIFF 6, NIRS, CALS I & II, Versatec, Raster, VDS, CCITT G4 (all color formats converted to gray scale)

Interfaces

VPI, SCSI-2; Bi-directional Centronics; optional internal Ethernet card supports10 BaseT, 10 Base 2 (future support for 100 BaseTX

Network Protocals

TCP/IP with lpr/pd, Novell IPX/SPX PSServer 3.1/4.1 with NDS; Ethertalk; NetBEUI

Client Software

ADI Print Drivers for AutoCAD R12, R13, and R14 (without raster);Print Drivers for Windows 3.11/NT/95; Printer Manager Tool for Windows 3.11/NT/95;Document Submission Tool for Widows 3.11/NT/95; document Retrieval Tool for Windows NT/95; Print Manager/ Document Submission tool for Sun Solaris

 

Controller (AccXES)

CPU

Power PC 7400, 200MHz

Power

110 / 220V

Memory

64 MNb, SDRAM Expandable to 192 Mb

Hard Disk

Standard 9.1 Gb Ultra  Wide SCSI; 7200 RPM Internal Drive

Data Formats

HP-GL/HP-Gl2, HP-RTL, CGM (Level 1 with ATA ext.); C4 fileNET, XES 150 Emulation; Versatec Data Standards (VRF, ordered vector, blocked raster, compacted raster), CalComp 906/907/951/PCI, TIFF 6.0, CALS I & 2, VCGL; Compression types (for applicable raster formats);  CCITT G4, G3-1D, G3-2D, Packbits, RLE, Seed Row, Adaptive; Optional Adobe PostScript 3 with PDF support

Interfaces

Standard - Serial RS-232, IEEE 1284 Bi-directional Centronics; Ultra wide SCSI; VIP; 10/100 Ethernet (TCP/IP) supports 10/100 BaseT, Optional - External print server

Network Protocals

Standard - TCP/IP with lpr/lpd

Optional - Novell, Ethertalk, NetBEUI and others supported through external print server

Client Software

ADI and HDI Print Drivers for AutoCAD R14, AutoCAD 2000 and 2000i

Print drivers for Windows 95/98/2000/NT

Web Printer Manager Tool using Netscape Navigator 4 or Microsoft IE 4 or later

Document  Submission Tool for Windows 95/98/2000/NT and Solaris

Optional - Adobe PostScript 3 drivers for Windows 95/98/2000/NT

 

 

Scanner

Resolution

200 or 400 dpi

Copy/Scan Speed

Up to 3 ips

Image Scan

36" x 100' Max., 4-1/2" x 5-1/2" Min.

Document Handeling

Standard Large Document Handling system; automatic centering of image on output media

7356 Power Requirement

100 - 120/240 V, 60/50Hz, 3 amps

 

Copier Mode

AutoIQ

Automatic background suppression and width detection of original

Job Currency

Scanning, copying, printing and printer interrupt key

Sets Build

Electronic collation; forward and reverse; last scan replacement; rescale and reprint without rescanning; 999 copies from a set of 100 standard E-size drawings.

Reduction and Enlargement

25 to 400% in 0.1% increments

Output Selection

Auto/manual roll selection and scaling to output media

Store and Recall

Recall image data and parameters from last copy job; can save and recall 10 user parameter settings

Xerox 8850

The 8850 is a further evolution of the tried and true Xerox 3050 print engine. At ten "D" size prints per minute, the 8850 is a speeded up version of the "time proven, tried and true" 8830. By coupling the Xerox manufactured Synergix scanner with their own software and AccXES controller the 8850 has the opportunity to be a "heavy duty player" in the upper end of the mid-range market.
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Process / Imaging

Photoreceptor

 

Media Supply

 

 

Media Type

 

 

Output Size

 

 

Resolution

 

 

 

Process Speed

Throughput

 

Power Requirements

 

 

 

 

Weight

 

Dimensions

 

 

 

 

 

Finishing

 

 

 

Safety Certifications

 

Xerographic LED

Organic

 

3 Rolls, 500 ft; Cut sheet bypass

 

Bond, Vellum and Film

 

Min 8 inches x 11 inches

 

Max 36 inches x 80 ft standard 400dpi

4.5 ips

 

Up to 10 D's / 5 E's per minute

 

60 Hz: - 208 - 240 - VAC/20A

50-60 Hz: 220 - 240 - VAC/16A

 

Approx. 625 lbs

 

W 57" H 43" D 23"

Standard - Catch Tray - 100 prints

Optional - Online Folder

 

Optional - Stacker 1000 - up to 1000 mixed size prints

 

UL 1950, CNL C22.2 No. 950-M93, Low Voltage Directive 72/23/EEC, CE Marking Directive 93/68/EEC, FCC Part 15 Subpart B (Class A), ICES-003, Issue 3: 1997 (Class A), EMC Directive 89/366/EEC

Resolution

 

Copy / Scan Speed

 

Input

 

 

 

Edge/Center

 

 

Adjustment

 

 

Scan-to-Net

 

 

Client Software

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Power Requirements

Dimensions

 

Safety Certifications

400 x 400 dpi

 

4 ips at 400 dpi (copy and scan)

 

8 ips at 200 dpi (scan)

Min 4  inches x  5 inches

 

Max 42 inches x 100 ft (only captures 36 inches of image)

 

Thick documents up to  inch

 

Lead and trail edge adjust / center alignment

 

Standard; Indexing; Scan preview; Ling to raster editor; Resolution selection; TIFF 6.0, CALS or PDF data format; TCP/IP Ethernet interface; Line or grayscale modes

Document Retrieval Tool for Windows 95/98/2000/NT and Solaris

 

50/60 Hz; 120/240 V; 10A

W 53" H 45" D 16" with stand

 

UL 1950, CNL C22.2 No. 950-M93, Low Voltage Dirctive 72/23/EEC, CE Marking Directive 93/68/EEC, FCC part 15 Subpart B (Class A), ICES-003, Issue 3: 1997 (Class A), EMC Directive 89/366/EEC

AccXES Controller

 

Copier

 

CPU

 

 

Power

 

Memory

Hard Disk

 

 

Data Formats

 

 

 

 

Interfaces

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Network Protocols

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Client Software

Power PC 740, 200 MHz

 

110/220 V

 

64 Mb standard, Expandable to 192 Mb

 

Standard - 9.1 Gb Ultra Wide SCSI, 7200 rpm, Internal drive

 

HP-GL; HP-GL/2; HP-RTL; CGM (Level 1 with ATA ext.); C4; FileNET; XES 150 Emulation; Versatec Data Standards (VRF, ordered vector, blocked raster; compacted raster); CalComp 906/907/951/PCI; TIFF 6.0; NIRS; CALS 1 & 2; VCGL; Compression types (for applicable raster formats):  CCITT G4, G3-1D, G3-2D, Packbits, RLE, Seed Row, Adaptive

Optional Adobe PostScript 3 with PDF Support

Standard - Serial RS-232, IEEE 1284 Bi-directional

Centronics; Ultra wide SCSI; VPI;

 

 10/100 Ethernet

(TCP/IP) supports 10/100 Base T

Optional - External print server

Standard - TCP/IP with lpr/lpd

Optional - Novell, Ethertalk, NetBEUI and others supported through external print server

ADI and HDI print drivers for

 

AutoCAD R14, AutoCAD 2000 & 2000I

Print drivers for Windows 95/98/2000/NT

Web Printer Manager Tool using Netscape Navigator 4 or Microsoft IE 4 or later

Document Submission Tool for Windows 95/98/2000/NT and Solaris

Optional - Adobe PostScript 3 drivers for Windows 95/98/2000/NT

Reduction/Enlargement

 

 

Output Selection

 

 

Concurrency

 

 

Digital Retention

 

 

 

Sets Build

 

 

 

 

 

Imaging

 

 

 

Image Quality

 

 

 

 

Copy Modes

25 to 400% in 0.1% increments

 

Auto/manual roll selection and scaling

 

Scanning/copying/printing; Printer interrupt key

 

Up to 999 copies from a set of at least 100 standard E size drawings

 

Electronic collation; Forward; Reverse; Last job recall; Rescale and reprint without rescanning; 999 copies; Batch mode

 

Inverse,  Mirroring; Transform; Rotation; 7 copy contrast levels

 

Automatic dynamic background suppression / Automatic width detection of original

 

Line; Mixed; Photo

Options

External Print Server, Expandable Memory to 192 MB, Adobe PostScript 3 (includes PDF support), Stacker 1000, Online Folder, Compact scanner catch tray

 

Features

Auto port sensing, Auto data format recognition, Auto scaling, Auto rotation, Auto size detection, Auto roll select and switch , Remote printer administration, Prioritized job queuing, Remote job queue management, Electronic collation, 9 pen palettes (256 pens each), 64 pen patterns, including 15 user-definable patterns, Plot labeling with automatic naming and time/date generation, Banner pages, Page composition/plot overlay, Plot stamping with user-downloadable stamps, 10 user setups, 256 grayscales, Media mismatch management, Plot nesting.

Xerox 8850 DDS

The 8850 is a further evolution of the tried and true Xerox 3050 print engine. At ten "D" size prints per minute, the 8850 is a speeded up version of the "time proven, tried and true" 8830. By coupling the Xerox manufactured Synergix scanner with their own software and AccXES controller the 8850 has the opportunity to be a "heavy duty player" in the upper end of the mid-range market.
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Process / Imaging

Photoreceptor

 

Media Supply

 

 

Media Type

 

 

Output Size

 

 

Resolution

 

 

 

Process Speed

Throughput

 

Power Requirements

 

 

 

 

Weight

 

Dimensions

 

 

 

 

 

Finishing

 

 

 

Safety Certifications

 

Xerographic LED

Organic

 

 

3 Rolls, 500 ft; Cut sheet bypass

 

Bond, Vellum and Film

 

Min 8  inches x 11 inches

 

Max 36 inches x 80 ft standard 400dpi

4.5 ips

 

Up to 10 D's / 5 E's per minute

 

60 Hz: - 208 - 240 - VAC/20A

50-60 Hz: 220 - 240 - VAC/16A

 

 

Approx. 625 lbs

 

W 57" H 43" D 23"

Standard - Catch Tray - 100 prints

Optional - Online Folder

 

Optional - Stacker 1000 - up to 1000 mixed size prints

 

UL 1950, CNL C22.2 No. 950-M93, Low Voltage Directive 72/23/EEC, CE Marking Directive 93/68/EEC, FCC Part 15 Subpart B (Class A), ICES-003, Issue 3: 1997 (Class A), EMC Directive 89/366/EEC

Resolution

 

Copy / Scan Speed

 

 

Input

 

 

 

Edge/Center

 

 

Adjustment

 

 

Scan-to-Net

 

 

Client Software

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Power Requirements

Dimensions

 

 

Safety Certifications

400 x 400 dpi

 

4 ips at 400 dpi (copy and scan)

 

8 ips at 200 dpi (scan)

Min 4 inches x  5 inches

 

Max 42 inches x 100 ft (only captures 36 inches of image)

 

Thick documents up to inch

 

Lead and trail edge adjust / center alignment

 

Standard; Indexing; Scan preview; Ling to raster editor; Resolution selection; TIFF 6.0, CALS or PDF data format; TCP/IP Ethernet interface; Line or grayscale modes

Document Retrieval Tool for Windows 95/98/2000/NT and

Solaris

 

50/60 Hz; 120/240 V; 10A

W 53" H 45" D 16" with stand

 

UL 1950, CNL C22.2 No. 950-M93, Low Voltage Dirctive 72/23/EEC, CE Marking Directive 93/68/EEC, FCC part 15 Subpart B (Class A), ICES-003, Issue 3: 1997 (Class A), EMC Directive 89/366/EEC

AccXES Controller

 


 

CPU

 

 

Power

 

Memory

Hard Disk

 

 

Data Formats

 

 

 

 

Interfaces

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Network Protocols

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Client Software

Power PC 740, 200 MHz

 

110/220 V

 

64 Mb standard, Expandable to 192 Mb

 

Standard - 9.1 Gb Ultra Wide SCSI, 7200 rpm, Internal drive

 

HP-GL; HP-GL/2; HP-RTL; CGM (Level 1 with ATA ext.); C4; FileNET; XES 150 Emulation; Versatec Data Standards (VRF, ordered vector, blocked raster; compacted raster); CalComp 906/907/951/PCI; TIFF 6.0; NIRS; CALS 1 & 2; VCGL; Compression types (for applicable raster formats):  CCITT G4, G3-1D, G3-2D, Packbits, RLE, Seed Row, Adaptive

Optional Adobe PostScript 3 with PDF Support

Standard - Serial RS-232, IEEE 1284 Bi-directional

Centronics; Ultra wide SCSI; VPI;

 

 

 10/100 Ethernet

(TCP/IP) supports 10/100 Base T

Optional - External print server

Standard - TCP/IP with lpr/lpd

Optional - Novell, Ethertalk, NetBEUI and others supported through external print server

ADI and HDI print drivers for

 

 

AutoCAD R14, AutoCAD 2000 & 2000I

Print drivers for Windows 95/98/2000/NT

Web Printer Manager Tool using Netscape Navigator 4 or Microsoft IE 4 or later

Document Submission Tool for Windows 95/98/2000/NT and Solaris

Optional - Adobe PostScript 3 drivers for Windows 95/98/2000/NT

Reduction/Enlargement

 

 

Output Selection

 

 

Concurrency

 

 

Digital Retention

 

 

 

Sets Build

 

 

 

 

 

 

Imaging

 

 

 

Image Quality

 

 

 

 

Copy Modes

25 to 400% in 0.1% increments

 

Auto/manual roll selection and scaling

 

Scanning/copying/printing; Printer interrupt key

 

Up to 999 copies from a set of at least 100 standard E size drawings

 

Electronic collation; Forward; Reverse; Last job recall; Rescale and reprint without rescanning; 999 copies; Batch mode

 

Inverse,  Mirroring; Transform; Rotation; 7 copy contrast levels

 

Automatic dynamic background suppression / Automatic width detection of original

 

Line; Mixed; Photo

Options

External Print Server, Expandable Memory to 192 MB, Adobe PostScript 3 (includes PDF support), Stacker 1000, Online Folder, Compact scanner catch tray

 

Features

Auto port sensing, Auto data format recognition, Auto scaling, Auto rotation, Auto size detection, Auto roll select and switch , Remote printer administration, Prioritized job queuing, Remote job queue management, Electronic collation, 9 pen palettes (256 pens each), 64 pen patterns, including 15 user-definable patterns, Plot labeling with automatic naming and time/date generation, Banner pages, Page composition/plot overlay, Plot stamping with user-downloadable stamps, 10 user setups, 256 grayscales, Media mismatch management, Plot nesting.

 

Xerox 8855

The 8855 is in reality a KIP print engine, originally introduced with a KIP high-speed scanner and PLP software. The unit was later sold with a Vidar scanner and ultimately with their own Synergix scanner and proprietary AccXES controller and software. There are new, faster printers (KIP 8000 series) that are becoming available that will force this system into retirement as a front line product, but the 8855 is still good solid second tear technology and possibly the best bang for the buck in the market today, if you don't have to have the latest and greatest.
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Specifications

8855 Printer

Process / Imaging

 

Photoreceptor

 

Media Supply

 

Media Type

 

Output Size

 

 

Resolution

 

Process Speed

 

Throughput

 

Power

Requirements

 

Weight

 

Dimensions

 

Finishing

 

 

AccXES Controller

CPU

 

Memory

 

 

Hard Disk

 

Data Formats

 

 

 

 

Interfaces

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Network

Protocols

 

Client Software

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Power

 

 

Xerographic LED

 

Organic

 

4 Rolls, 500 ft; manual sheet bypass

 

Bond, Vellum, Film

 

Min 8 x 11 inches

Max 36 inches x 20 feet

 

400 dpi

 

6.3 ips

 

Up to 13 D / 7 E per minute

 

50/60 Hz single phase;

220-240 VAC; 16 Amp

 

Approx. 880 lbs

 

W 54" H 37" D 39"

 

Standard - Catch Tray-50 E/100D

Optional - Online Folder

Optional - High Capacity Stacker

 

Power PC 740

 

64 Mb standard; expandable up to 192 Mb

 

Standard - 9 Gb Ultra Wide SCSI, 7200 rpm, internal drive

 

 

HP-GL; HP-GL/2; HP-RTL; CGM (Level 1 with ATA ext); C4; File NET; Versatec Data Standards (VRF, ordered vector, blocked raster, compacted raster); CalComp 906/907/951/PCI; TIFF 6.0; NIRS; CALS 1 & 2; VCGL; compression types (for applicable raster formats): CCITT G4, G3-1D, G3-2D, Packbits, RLE, Seed Row, Adaptive; Optional Adobe PostScript 3 with PDF support

Standard - Serical RS-232; IEEE 1284 Bi-directional Centronics; Ultra wide SCSI; VPI; 10/100 Ethernet (TCP/IP) supports 10/100 Base T

Optional - External Print Server

 

Standard - TCP/IP with lpr/lpd.

 

Optional - Novell, Ethertalk, NetBEUI and others supported through external print server

ADI drivers for AutoCAD R13/14 and AutoCAD 2000

Print Drivers for Win 95/98/2000/NT Web Print Manager Tool using Netscape Navigator 4 or Microsoft IE 4 or later Document Submission Tool for Win 95/98/2000/NT Document Retrieval Tool for Win 95/98/2000/NT

Optional - Adobe PostScript 3 Drivers for Win 95/98/2000/NT

 

110/220 V

 

7356 Scanner

Resolution

 

Copy/Scan Speed

 

Input

 

 

 

Edge / Center

Adjustment

 

Scan-to-Net

 

 

 

 

 

 

Power

Requirements

 

Copier

 

Reduction / Enlargement

 

Output Selection

 

Concurrency

 

 

 

Digital Retention

 

Sets Build

 

 

 

 

Imaging

 

 

Auto IQ

 

 

Copy Modes

 

 

 

 

400 x 400 dpi

 

3 ips at 400 dpi (copy and scan) 4.67 ips at 300 dpi (scan) 6 ips at 200 dpi (scan)

Min 4 x 5 inches

Max 41 inches x 100 feet (only will capture 36" of image)

Lead and trail edge adjust / center alignment

 

Indexing; scan preview; link to raster editor; resolution selection; RIFF 6.0 or CALS data format; TCP/IP Ethernet interface; line or grayscale modes

 

50/60 Hz; 120/240 V; 10 A

 

 

 

 

25 to 400% in 0.1% increments

 

Auto/Manual Roll Selection and Scaling

 

Scanning/Copying/Printing; Printer Interrupt Key

 

 

Upt ot 999 copies from a set of at least 100 standard E size drawings

Electronic Collation; Forward; Reverse; Last job recall; Rescale and Reprint without Rescanning; 999 copies

Inverse; Mirroring; Transform; Rotation; 7 copy contrast levels

Automatic Background Suppression / Width detection of original

Line; Mixed; Photo

 

 

Auto port sensing, Auto data format recognition, Auto scaling, Auto rotation, Auto size detection, Auto roll select and switch, Remote printer administration, Prioritized job queuing, Remote job queue management, Electronic collation, 9 pen palettes (256 pens each), 64 pen patterns, including 15 user-definable patterns, Plot labeling with automatic naming and time/date generation, Banner pages, Page composition / plot overlay, Plot stamping with user-downloadable stamps, 10 user setups, 256 gray scales, Media mismatch management, Plot nesting, Account data tracking, Scan-to-Net

 

External Print Server, Expandable Memory to 192 Mb, Adobe PostScript 3 (includes PDF support), High Capacity Stacker, Online Folder

Xerox Max 200

This machine is bad news all the way around. Xerox took the Fuji developed 8180 which was a twenty-four inch output, redline machine. The 8180 would print black and red at sixty feet per minute. They spliced a one foot section in the printer, slowed it down to forty feet a minute and tried to market the machine against the Oce' 9800. The machine turned out to be "service hog," it requires almost perpetual maintenance. The end user might live with this except that Xerox only trained a few techs to service the machine which resulted in extensive down time and the eventual cancellation of the product.
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