October 1979: Xerox started production of the Xerox 8200 copier/duplicator. The machine could produce high quality copies, like the Xerox 9500 could do.
The code name for the 8200 was Chainsaw, according to a comment from Dana. Please read the complete comment from Dana, further down this page.
- printed 70 copies in a minute
- 2-sided copying
- stapling and sorting
The machine collated copies without a sorter.
|Copy speed (per minute)||70. First copy after 11 seconds.|
|Paper tray||Main tray: 2500 sheets
Top tray: 550 sheets
|Output tray capacity||350 sheets|
|Reduction/zoom||98%, 75% or 71.6% reduction|
|Document handler||Automatic document handler with 50 sheets capacity|
|Dimension and weight|
|Length||147 (cm) / 58 (inches)|
|Width||140 (cm) / 55 (inches)|
|Height||130 (cm) / 51 (inches)|
|Weight||1014 (K grams) / 2236 (Lbs)|
|Floor space requirements||3 x 2 (meters) / 11 x 8 (feet)|