Any Canon C7000's for sale??

Discussion in 'Canon imagePRESS Digital Presses' started by vanhorngraphics, Nov 7, 2019.

  1. vanhorngraphics

    vanhorngraphics Member

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    We are looking for either parts, parts machines, or running machines for sale.

    Anyone have info for any of the above, please let me know.


    Thanks!
     
  2. Biggs

    Biggs Senior Member

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    I miss that old machine - despite its issues.
    The new 8000/10000's are a dream though. And you don't have to replace a cleaning web every 3 days! And the fuser doesn't overheat. Neither of them.
     
  3. vanhorngraphics

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    Good to know. We are looking at replacing it altogether now. Either a C850 or the C8000.
     
  4. Biggs

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    The 850 line is no more, though i'm sure there's some back stock left.
    Otherwise you'll be looking at the 710, 810 or 910. Both the 910 or the 8000 are phenomenal devices - it's going to come down to your print volume and budget.

    Ricoh makes a 7210 that's a nice mid ground between the two Canon devices, though you'll need a bit more skilled of an operator to get quality in some cases.
     
  5. mludwig

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    Are you still looking for a KM7000? Ours is functioning or would be willing to sell for parts.
     
  6. Biggs

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    He was looking for the Canon C7000, not the KM C7000. Nothing was quite as terrible as the duplex registration on the KM. Otherwise solid image quality and decent color. The newer KMs have respectable duplexing with image quality and color to boot. It’s hard to say, as a Canon loyalist, but the new KMs could give Canon a run for its money.
     
  7. mludwig

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    Biggs, thank you. The KM7000 handled the lighter paper stocks all right, but for cover stock, multiple-up, we have since purchased a KM1100 which has been our workhorse for several years and provides superior copy quality. We also appreciate it's saddle-stich capability. Our Canon 750 has essentially took over the KM7000's function. Sorry then, I cannot offer a C7000, either whole or for parts.
     

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    still looking?
     
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