Xerox Phaser 8200DP contemplated, advice welcomed

Discussion in 'Xerox' started by Thomas Bunetta, Mar 31, 2005.

  1. Hello,
    I'm a newbie to this NG...
    I'm thinking of buying the above printerm for producing my own newspaper
    inserts (ads), in house brochures ands more.
    I have read several reviews in which it came out favoribly but cannot seem
    to find some ideas of operating costs on a per sheet basis.
    I understand that % of coverage will cause substantial variations, and am
    really looking for estimates that include perhaps several examples of
    coverage and which include the maintanance kits (30000 sheet life).
    Bottom line is whether the machine will lower my costs of having the
    newspaper print them, or if I might do better myself.
    My intent is full color, two sided printing.
    Advice and input welcome!
    Thanks in advance,
    Tom
     
    Thomas Bunetta, Mar 31, 2005
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