Xerox 3107

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Modified: July 19, 2017 8:34 am by Admin

December 1976: Xerox 3107 reduction copier. Portable, plain-paper copier produces 8 1/2" x 11" copies from originals as large as 14" x 18"

The copier has a cassette paper-loading capability that permits quick and easy changes in paper sizes, weights and colors.






 Floor Space Requirements (Meters/Feet)

(Centimeters) / (inches)

 72 / 28

 125 / 49

 102 / 40

 146 / 322 (K grams) / (Lbs) 

 1.4 x 1.7 / 4.6 x 5.6

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One of the better, more productive small-office machines Xerox ever produced.


Always remember the big lever to adjust the Platen between A4 and A3.

Raouf Melki
Raouf Melki

I took my new hire training on one of these; back in 1986, in Cairo,Egypt. It was a very rugged device, all metal gears and sprockets. All timings were achieved mechanically. Just one electric signal: “start print”. It had one large main AC motor, a bicycle like chain that ran all along the machine which was giving drive to all moving components. The return of the exposure lamp was achieved via a loaded spring mechanism. It contained one unique paper movement monitoring system: the motion sensor. Never existed in any other models (beside the 2600). That system – along with… Read more »

Roberto Ramirez
Roberto Ramirez

Really nice machine i remeber when i must make service to this model and find the two tower of toner in both sides over the transport or fix the registration transport paper jams now im working in Xerox jet really diferent now the Docutech ,4635,dp 180 no exposure lamp no electrometer

Robert Lewis
Robert Lewis

I trained on the Xerox 3100 series in 1978 at the XICTMD in Leesburg, Virginia. I’m from St. Louis, Missouri. Anyone know what a Xerox 3107 copier would sell for today? I have one that needs a new home.