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EMPLOYMENT / Audio Visual Support Technician - Juniper Networks - California
« Last post by JOHN on October 23, 2017, 07:00:43 PM »
Audio Visual Support Technician - Juniper Networks - California

(PCs, monitors, printers). Coordinating and conducting room equipment repairs or replacements. An exciting position in a leading networking company to be part...
From Juniper Networks - Fri, 13 Oct 2017 23:42:46 GMT - View all California jobs
Source: Audio Visual Support Technician - Juniper Networks - California
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EMPLOYMENT / Field Service Technician | Atlanta, GA, - Nautilus Hyosung - Atlanta, GA
« Last post by tony on October 23, 2017, 07:01:40 AM »
Field Service Technician | Atlanta, GA, - Nautilus Hyosung - Atlanta, GA

The ability to work independently to complete system upgrades and provide preventative maintenance and repairs will ensure your success....
From Nautilus Hyosung - Fri, 29 Sep 2017 01:42:25 GMT - View all Atlanta, GA jobs
Source: Field Service Technician | Atlanta, GA, - Nautilus Hyosung - Atlanta, GA
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COPIER SUPPORT / HP Officejet 7612 ADF Issues
« Last post by steve on October 23, 2017, 07:01:32 AM »
HP Officejet 7612 ADF Issues

Hi, The ADF of the printer that we are using does'nt detect any paper.

Before when restarting the printer, the ADF automatically detects the loaded paper. But as of now,  We already reset and restart the printer and still the feeder doesnt detects anything. 

 

The only one that works when scanning is the flatbed Glass. but ofcourse it consumes a lot of time when scanning a pile of documents.  Is there any button to reset the scanner settings?

 

Is there any alternative procedures on troubleshooting the ADF? or if there's no other way, may I know if there's any HP Service Center here in Lapu-Lapu City Cebu, Philippines that could help us with this issue. 

 

Thank you so much. I'll be waiting for the feedback.

 


Source: HP Officejet 7612 ADF Issues
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TECH NEWS / HP: Full-Color 3D Printing, 3D-Metal Printing for Manufacturing on the Way
« Last post by richard on October 23, 2017, 07:01:31 AM »
HP: Full-Color 3D Printing, 3D-Metal Printing for Manufacturing on the Way

CRN reports that HP Inc. CEO and President Dion Weisler recently told Wall Street analysts that the company will be accelerating its 3D-printing strategy with an industry first: a new, low-cost, full-color 3D printer,...


CRN reports that HP Inc. CEO and President Dion Weisler recently told Wall Street analysts that the company will be accelerating its 3D-printing strategy with an industry first: a new, low-cost, full-color 3D printer, and breakthrough 3D printing using metal, both for manufacturing.


According to Weisler, the new Multi Jet Fusion 3D printer would be the “one and only” 3D printer in the industry that can produce manufacturing-quality full-color parts.


Weisler also said that the lower pricing will open up new markets for HP and 3D printing, including a new segment of product designers and creators.


The upcoming full-color 3D printer is based on HP’s Multi Jet Fusion 3D printing and will provide “breakthrough speed, quality, and cost,” according to Weisler.


Speaking at HP Inc.’s headquarters, Weisler showed several full-color parts for manufacturing, including a multi-colored bracket that highlighted “high-stress areas” with different colors.


“The designer can zoom in on high-stress areas and see where they might modify the design,” Weisler said. “Interesting shapes like this in full color are only able to be produced with 3D printing.”


HP is also saying it will be able to print using metal instead of using the current polymer plastic. “Now we are going to disrupt metals,” said Weisler. “Our 3D printing metals technology is unique and includes extensive HP intellectual property.”


The HP CEO says that HP will be bringing both the full-color and metals-printing 3D printers to market in 2018.


According to Weisler, HP is already printing metal parts in its labs, and demonstrated 3D-printed metal parts to analysts: “These are parts that are produced in the millions because of course where we are taking our technology is not just for small prototyping. This is for mass manufacturing to disrupt a very large traditional industry.”


Weisler says HP’s 3D-printing strategy is “a massive opportunity,” and that it will be a multi-year journey, that “should be a growth engine for this company for decades to come.”


He also says that with artificial intelligence, new algorithms will open the door to  “unimaginably complex 3D manufacturing breakthroughs,” noting “If you wanted to drastically reduce the part weight of an airplane wing while increasing structural integrity, machines will be able to create entirely new complex designs that achieve those objectives, designs, and parts that are impossible to make using traditional manufacturing methods.”


Last but not least, HP’s labs are working with adding sensors to 3D-printed parts, so that, for instance, they could proactively relay stress fractures in 3D-printed parts .


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TECH NEWS / MFP manufacturers do NOT tell you everything – but we do. Ricoh VS Xerox…
« Last post by tony on October 23, 2017, 07:01:19 AM »
MFP manufacturers do NOT tell you everything  – but we do. Ricoh VS Xerox…

Double-sided printing, for example – almost no one publishes the real speed when the machine is printing both sides!  There are HUGE differences between machines A3/Ledger duplex speeds – which Continue ReadingMFP manufacturers do NOT tell you everything  – but we do. Ricoh VS Xerox…

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  • Double-sided printing, for example – almost no one publishes the real speed when the machine is printing both sides!  There are HUGE differences between machines A3/Ledger duplex speeds – which almost NONE of the manufacturers publish … (ever wondered why that is?)

    Is saving the environment supposed to hurt?

  • Some machines print really, really slowly in automatic color mode too.

    Is saving toner supposed to hurt?

  • How about when lots of people are sending to the same machine?


Lots of machines – even brand new, high-end models – lose 30% of their speed!

Then again, many do not.





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DataMaster Lab gives the Xerox VersaLink C7000 series 4.5 stars



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EMPLOYMENT / Field Tech Service Analyst - NTT DATA Services - California
« Last post by JOHN on October 23, 2017, 07:01:12 AM »
Field Tech Service Analyst - NTT DATA Services - California

Performs maintenance and repair services. Be responsible for on-site and/or remote installation, implementation, maintenance, troubleshooting and/or repair of...
From NTT Data - Fri, 13 Oct 2017 20:03:07 GMT - View all California jobs
Source: Field Tech Service Analyst - NTT DATA Services - California
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EMPLOYMENT / Hardware Technician - Platinum Recruitment Limited - Queenstown, Otago
« Last post by JOHN on October 22, 2017, 07:08:44 PM »
Hardware Technician - Platinum Recruitment Limited - Queenstown, Otago

As a Hardware Technician, you will be responsible for delivering the highest level of support and service to customers....
From MyJobSpace NZ - Sun, 22 Oct 2017 12:11:21 GMT - View all Queenstown, Otago jobs
Source: Hardware Technician - Platinum Recruitment Limited - Queenstown, Otago
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COPIER SUPPORT / Error printing
« Last post by steve on October 22, 2017, 07:08:35 PM »
Error printing

I often get a return error printing message allthough I don't have a specific error code that I can reference. What happens is that I will execute a print job and it will print that job but often times it still gives a status of "printing" when I display "See what is printing" using the utility program. When this occurs, subsequent print jobs will not print because the original print job remains in the queue. The way I've been dealing with this is to cancel the original print job and eventually the other print jobs will be released.


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New Lexmark Supply-Chain Document Optimization Designed for Digitizing Inefficient Paper-Based Workflows

Lexmark International today introduced Supply Chain Document Optimization for Manufacturing, a solution that leverages the Lexmark “smart” copier/MFP to streamline manual business processes and helps manufacturers gain visibility into their supply-chain logistics. According to the...


Lexmark International today introduced Supply Chain Document Optimization for Manufacturing, a solution that leverages the Lexmark “smart” copier/MFP to streamline manual business processes and helps manufacturers gain visibility into their supply-chain logistics.


According to the firm, paper-based supply-chain workflows limit access to important data contained in shipping and receiving documents such as forms, invoices, bills of lading, delivery receipts, and packing lists. The Lexmark Supply Chain Document Optimization solution streamlines the manual, paper-based tasks that can disrupt shipping and receiving operations.


Lexmark Supply Chain Document Optimization solution is said to enable manufacturers to:



  • Improve customer service: Shipping and receiving documents are produced and captured at the point of transaction so that order and delivery information can instantly be shared with customers.

  • Reduce expenses: Multi-part forms and dot-matrix printers are replaced with Lexmark laser-based printers and MFPs for printing on demand using standard copier paper.

  • Electronic forms provide instant visibility into supply-chain documents and eliminate delays caused by out-of-stock supplies and pre-printed forms.

  • Supports compliance, as information required for audits and compliance requirements is immediately accessible.

  • Integrates with existing ERP, ECM, document management, and production back-end systems.

  • Users can generate various content including packing lists, shipping labels, banners, continuous-feed media, vinyl labels, card stock, and paper labels.

  • Advanced routing: Collect key metadata to sort and route documents to the appropriate location-based on data gathered, document type or extracted information.

  • RFID tag programming: Program and print RFID tags simultaneously to eliminate manual scanning delays and speed-up shipping processes



John Linton, Lexmark manufacturing industry director, commented: “Manufacturing and supply-chain processes often rely on paper, making them slow and inefficient. It’s also difficult to have real-time visibility into shipment status, which can impact customer service. And when a pre-printed document, label or tag is out of stock, it can shut down a production line and further delay shipments. We developed Lexmark Supply Chain Document Optimization to help manufacturers overcome these challenges.”


For more information, visit Lexmark here.


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