Modified: July 15, 2018 3:35 pm by Admin
The Xerox 3109 copier was introduced in October 1977.
This model had a SEMI-automatic document handler.
First copy after 7 seconds, and produced 26 copier per minute.
High-contrast reproduction, gave a solid and faithful images of photos (a special contrast switch, would take care of any hard-to-copy items)
Accepted a variety of throughput stock, including mailing labels, letterhead, colored papers and transparencies.
The flat, edge-mounted platen could ebales you to copy bound volumes, B-size drawings, three dimensional objects... anything up to 14" x 18" (or 14" x 25", with an potional paper cassette).
Pushbutton reduction, to shrink oversize originals into conveniant-size copies: the 3109 was available with either a 61.5% lens (for originals up to 14" x 18"), or a 71.6% lens (for letter-size copies of 14" x 11" computer printouts).