Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Docuworld 2017, Bangkok

DocuWorld is one of the major event in the office automation (OA) industry. If you are familiar with OA, you definitely can associate that DocuWorld is a Fuji Xerox event.

The Fuji Xerox DocuWorld 2017, Bangkok was held on 7-8th June, 2017. 

Touch screen panel for guest registration. Futuristic impression before even entering the show.
The organizer is displaying the offerings or applications in 8 sections.
  1. Cloud
  2. Sales & Marketing
  3. HR, GA & Training
  4. Engineering & Manufacturing
  5. Information Technology
  6. Finance & Accounting
  7. Mail Room
  8. Print Room
There are also a Green Business & CSR booth that display how Fuji Xerox practice green initiative in recycling all the used MFPs via their recycling plants across Asia Pacific.
Parts that dismantled from MFPs for recycling or re-use.
Children reading books that are printed by FX Versant 2100

There is a lot of initiative done by Fuji Xerox Thailand to enhance the showcase like explaining the workflows via videos, wallpapers as well as getting third party software and hardware vendors like Roland, NeoPost, ORIS CGS, etc on the pre and post print processes.


All kind of papers for office and mailroom printing to
graphic arts applications
Fuji Xerox team also provides multi options on applications like users can opt for professional document scanner or MFP to scan the input of the documents during incoming process as well as getting a high end MFP like Apeos Ports series, or Versant 2100 for color prints.


Xerox Production scanner is displayed for applications that need to scan stack of documents with barcodes


Sales & Marketing application, samples of application that can be produced by Fuji Xerox Production System Printers.


Can you spot the variable printing? XM PIE enables variable graphic arts printing which is very important in sales & marketing these days.
In short, it is definitely an eye opening show for users. I personally feel that this DocuWorld 2017, Bangkok is like a mini Drupa booth of Fuji Xerox.


Beautiful Thai emcee is announcing lucky draw winners. The show is ending with lucky draws.

Friday, February 10, 2017

HP Designjet T830 MFP vs Canon iPF770MFP or iPF771MFP

If you are looking for a entry level A0 size large format multi-functions printer, you will probably ended up with 2 choice, the HP Designjet T830MFP and Canon iPF770MFP (iPF770 with add-on L36 add-on A0 scanner).
 
The below video will show you printing, scanning and copying function in action. However, before you make your choice, you shall evaluate other factors like below:
 
1. Warranty period
2. Running cost (printhead and ink cost per ml)
3. Upgradability (Can your MFP separate into 2 devices to suite your future operations needs, can you upgrade your scanner to higher end model if your copying and scanning job increase.)
 
 
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A guide to choose the right large format MFP

It has been awhile, since the debut of affordable large format multifunction printer, namely HP Designjet T830 and follow with Canon iPF770MFP (iPF771MFP in certain Asia regions) and Canon iPF670MFP (iPF671MFP in certain Asia regions), the criteria of selection has diverted from the printer true performance and user friendliness assessment to specifications comparisons. 

The potential buyers these days seldom evaluate good quality printers like HP Design T930, T790, or Canon iPF831, iPF780 (iPF781) and iPF785 (iPF786) because the focus has shifted to the add-on large format scanner or the integrated scanner.

Users need to understand their requirements before starting to shop for plotters or large format MFPs.

Are you looking for a plotter or technical document scanner or large format MFP?

This can be determined by needs evaluations.
1. Printing volume  (light, medium, heavy)
2. Scanning and copying requirement (not required, optional, rare, mandatory)

Some guideline for users looking for large format MFPs as below

1. HP Designjet T830
for light printing volume with optional or rare scanning requirements.

2. Canon iPF670+L24 or iPF770+L36 MFP
for light to medium print volume with optional and rare scanning requirements

3. Hp Designjet T2530 MFP or Hp Designjet T3500 MFP or Canon iPF771+M40 MFP
for medium print volume with optional or rare scanning requirements

4. Hp Designjet T1200 MFP Canon iPF781+M40 MFP or Canon iPF786+M40 MFP
for medium print volume with mandatory scanning requirements

5. Canon iPF831+M40 MFP or Canon iPF841+M40 MFP
for heavy print volume with mandatory scanning requirements

In short, the selection criteria is very much depends on the users operating requirements.
Hope the above article is helpful in guiding the readers on large format MFPs selection.

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