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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Colin Tighe
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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.

Russell Sears
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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!

Russell Sears
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Snubbers, fluffers, puffers and Nixie tubes. They were made of great things!

Graham
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I still have my field service manuals for the 660, 720, 3600 and 7000.

Marc van Dongen Xerox Belgium
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Marc van Dongen Xerox Belgium

With the FIMS process for the 7000…

RC Scott
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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!

Ruben D Paz J44P
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I still have a couple of 7000 toner in my garage….I service those babies since 1974….2400’s 3600’s etc.

Norm Merlet
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I sold the Xerox 7000 in Detroit in 1969.

Andrew
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How much did a base Xerox 7000 sell for in its day?h

Robert Wells
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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… Read more »
Dave
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My first job at Howard Kennedy and Rossi in Cavendish Sq London 1972 to 1974 had a 720 in 1972. then upgraded to a Blue 7000 in 1973 ish. I don’t recall a sorter on it but it was much faster than the previous 720. I went to Euston Rd Xerox for Key Operator Training. I recall when I asked about colour copiers the instructor said the FBI in the USA were concerned over this.
No idea if that’s true but they did say it. I may have a photo of it.