Hardware Thread, Ricoh Printers- any good? in Technical; sorry but i absolutley hate the C7521's. very unreliable. pretty much everything is a consumable (black/colour photoconductor units, transfer belts, ...
23rd February 2010, 01:44 PM #16
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sorry but i absolutley hate the C7521's. very unreliable. pretty much everything is a consumable (black/colour photoconductor units, transfer belts, waste toner bottles etc.) we are on consumable inclusive contract so its not costing anything but changing these parts are a waste of time. enginners are good, we no them quite well as there here every fortnight! we have 10 of these C7521's vs 10 HP 3600's. (we have only ever had to replace 1 one part in 3 years on our 3600's which was a PSU.)
I would stick with the HP's for printing.
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30th June 2010, 07:43 PM #17
Hi all, being a supplier of Ricoh and HP equipment, I quite agree with several of the comments made above, the printers that Ricoh are currently manufacturing are fantastic, we have put several out in the field most recently SP8200Dn and have had nothing but positive feedback from our customers. HP printers are robust and reliable in most cases and they do exactly what they say on the tin.
30th June 2010, 08:12 PM #18
We are currently looking to upgrade our ones with new components, If your getting a Photocopier ask if your can have "scan to network" or "scan to email" something like that saves you buying any scanners
30th June 2010, 08:19 PM #19
Yes, a3 colour duplex sheet feeding network pdf creating scanners for almost free is good. photocopies seem much better at working with windows shares than other network scanners on printers too.
30th June 2010, 08:25 PM #20
Couldn't agree more, fast, efficient and quality is superb, from both mono and colour scanning versions of MFPs. And best of all free! They also work well in conjunction with Doxcument management solutions too.
30th June 2010, 08:28 PM #21
Yup, and if you get something like the MP7001, it has a 150 page sheet fed colour scanner - which works a lot faster than most network scanners that you can buy independently for >£1000. The smaller models are almost as good too.
Originally Posted by stevenlong1985
Last edited by localzuk; 30th June 2010 at 08:34 PM.
30th June 2010, 09:24 PM #22
Having started this post, and having had Ricoh printers and copiers for a while, I would say that Ricoh are excellent. No worries recommended them to others, cheaper than separate toners too
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