Xerox 3109

Created: March 8, 2015 6:02 pm by Admin
Modified: July 19, 2017 8:53 am by Admin

The Xerox 3109 copier was introduced in October 1977.

This model had a SEMI-automatic document handler.


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… make that SEMI-automatic, Eric – human intervention was required to push documents into the maw of that thing. The first time I had to work on that LDC feeder with the little spinning foam donut, I honestly thought that Rube Goldberg might have had something to do with it. The machine was clocked too fast for the original 3100 frame design it was built upon. The radiant fuser and that poor little star wheel sensor on the vacuum transport just couldn’t handle the jacked-up speed without sacrificing reliability, copy quality and financially practical serviceability. I remember running one during… Read more »
I’ll have to say, my experience was very different from yours, and just about everyone else that worked on the infamous 3109. Except the astonishing joke of a document feeder. I flat-out told users – some of them were very unhappy, and called the branch about it – I told them the doc feeder was a marketing gimmick and a piece of crap. I nevertheless tried to make them work. What was different, is that I did make-ready on hundreds of these at the branch, and learned them well, and all of mine ran like a Porsche. I loved them.… Read more »