Xerox 7000

Created: May 29, 2015 12:18 pm by Admin
Modified: July 21, 2017 8:09 am by Admin

September 1969: Xerox started production of their first reduction duplicator. The 7000 could also make two-sided copies.

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9 Comments

  1. I was a service engineer on, 660, 914,720,3600 7000, 3100 in the 1960s and 1970s. Then after sales manager.
    What do you want to know.

  2. I was a service engineer in the 70s working on 3600, 7000 and 840 duplicators both in the field and also at the refurbishment workshop in Uxbridge. I would love to get my hands on one these again!

  3. I once sold a 720 copier to a man in a trailer. As he looked at the sales brochure on the 720 with a young woman next to it, he said, “Do you really think we can get this machine in this trailer?” I said back, “Oh, we’ll get it in here!” And we did!

  4. I worked in the Centralized Refurbishing Center (CRC) in Springfield Virginia from 1977 to 1979. I was an ATR (assembly test repairman) and I worked on the 2400, 3600 and 7000 duplicators. Saw a few 2400s that came in with 2 million plus copies on the counters! Bill Alkire (sp) was my boss in assembly test. Bill Reid was my boss in PrePack when I first started. Bob Mason was the shop steward I think. Anybody remember the ladder schematics? Or the Nixie tubes for the count display? Remember when someone would mis-wire a machine and when it got to the ATRs who tested the print operation? A cloud of smoke from burnt wire insulation would rise from the dup and everyone would start clapping. As I recall the machine was “090” which meant it was sent somewhere to be stripped to the frame and rebuilt! Remember the wiring the Coratrons and replacing fuser rollers? Belts on the B transport assembly? I remember working with Dave Dawson and Dave Oldaker.

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