Copier Reference Operation Manual

INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION
This manual contains detailed instructions on the operation and maintenance
of this machine. To get maximum versatility from this copier all operators
should carefully read and follow the instructions in this manual. Please keep
this manual in a handy place near the machine.
Please read the “SAFETY INFORMATION” section in the “General Reference” before using this machine. It contains important information related to
USER SAFETY and PREVENTING EQUIPMENT PROBLEMS.
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FUNCTIONS
FUNCTIONS
Duplex/Series Copies
Combine ➔page 35.
2 originals into
1 copy
1
2
12
4 originals into
1 copy
3
1
4
1
2
3
4
12
8 originals
into 1 copy
2
78
12
16 originals
into 1 copy
15 16
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11 12
13 14 15 16
Series Copies ➔ page 34.
1
2
1
2
Book ➔ 2 copies
Editing
Positive/Negative ➔ page 42.
A
A
Repeat ➔ page 42.
R
RR
RR
Overlay ➔ page 44.
mm
A
A
R
RR
RR
2
Sort
Duplex ➔ page 30.
(optional duplex unit is
required)
Sort ➔ page 16.
1
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
1-sided ➔ 2-sided
3
1
2
Erase Centre/Border
➔ page 39.
Erase Centre
A
3
3
2
2
1
1
2
A
B
3
1
2
Erase Centre/Border
1
A
2
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B
Book ➔ 2-sided
1
3
B
Erase Border
2
A
2
A
1
Rotate Sort ➔page 16.
1
B
B
A
B
FUNCTIONS
Double Copies ➔ page 38.
R
R
R
Directional Size
Magnification ➔ page 28.
aa
Zoom ➔ page 27.
R RRR
RR
Auto Reduce/Enlarge
➔ page 14.
Reduce/Enlarge ➔ page 25.
Selecting Copy
Paper ➔ page 13.
Directional
Magnification (%) ➔ page 29.
Selecting Original
Type Setting ➔ page 29.
Adjusting Image
Density ➔ page 11.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................... i
FUNCTIONS ................................................................................................ ii
GUIDE TO COMPONENTS ....................................................................... viii
Options ................................................................................................ ix
OPERATION PANEL (HARD KEYS) ..............................................................x
PANEL DISPLAY ......................................................................................... xii
Display Panel Layout.......................................................................... xiii
FUNCTION LIST BASED ON OPTIONS ..................................................... xiv
ORIGINALS
ORIGINALS .................................................................................................2
Recommended And Non-recommended Originals ............................... 2
SETTING ORIGINALS ...................................................................................4
Setting An Original On The Exposure Glass ........................................ 4
Setting Originals In The Document Feeder .......................................... 5
Setting Originals Of Special Sizes........................................................ 6
COPYING
BASIC PROCEDURE ..................................................................................10
BASIC FUNCTIONS ...................................................................................11
Adjusting Image Density..................................................................... 11
Selecting The Original Type ............................................................... 12
Selecting Copy Paper......................................................................... 13
Having The Machine Choose The Reproduction Ratio
(Auto Reduce/Enlarge) ....................................................................... 14
SORTING INTO SETS (123, 123, 123) (Sort/Rotate Sort) ........................ 16
Panel Display For Sort/Rotate Sort .................................................... 17
Stopping Image Storage And Deleting Stored Images During Copying ....... 17
Making Copies In Sort Or Rotate Sort Mode...................................... 18
COPYING FROM THE BYPASS TRAY .........................................................19
When Copying Onto Special Size Copy Paper .................................. 20
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
STORING YOUR COPY SETTINGS IN MEMORY (Program) .....................22
Storing/Changing The Program .......................................................... 22
Recalling A Program ........................................................................... 23
OTHER FUNCTIONS ..................................................................................23
Temporarily Stopping One Job To Copy Something Else (Interrupt) .. 23
Entering Copy Job Settings During The Warm-up Period (Auto Start) ........ 24
Original Beeper .................................................................................. 24
REDUCING AND ENLARGING USING PRESET RATIOS
(Reduce/Enlarge) ...................................................................................25
REDUCING AND ENLARGING IN 1% STEPS (Zoom) ...............................27
STRETCHING AND SQUEEZING THE IMAGE INTO THE COPY AREA
(Directional Size Magnification) ............................................................28
STRETCHING AND SQUEEZING THE IMAGE IN 1% STEPS
(Directional Magnification(%)) ..............................................................29
MAKING TWO-SIDED COPIES (Duplex)
(optional duplex tray is required) .........................................................30
MAKING ONE-SIDED COPIES FROM BOOK ORIGINALS (Series Copies) .....34
COMBINING ORIGINALS INTO ONE COPY (Combine) ........................35
COPYING THE IMAGE TWICE ON ONE PAGE (Double Copies) ..................38
ERASING THE CENTRE AND THE BORDER (Erase Centre/Border) .........39
If You Have Pressed The [Centre] Key .............................................. 40
If You Have Pressed The [Border] Key .............................................. 41
If You Have Pressed The [Ctr/Bdr] Key .............................................. 41
EDITING THE COPY IMAGE......................................................................42
Reversing Black And White (Positive/Negative) ................................. 42
Repeating An Image Over The Entire Copy (Repeat) ........................ 42
Merging Images (Overlay).................................................................. 44
COMBINATION CHART ............................................................................45
WHAT TO DO IF SOMETHING GOES WRONG
IF YOUR COPIER DOES NOT START ..........................................................48
IF YOU CANNOT MAKE CLEAR COPIES ..................................................49
IF YOU CANNOT MAKE COPIES AS YOU WANT .....................................51
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CHANGING THE MACHINE’S SETTINGS
ACCESSING THE USER TOOLS (COPY FEATURES) ...................................54
Returning To Copy Mode .................................................................... 55
USER TOOLS MENU (COPY FEATURES) ....................................................56
SETTINGS YOU CAN CHANGE WITH THE USER TOOLS ...........................57
General Features 1/2 ......................................................................... 57
General Features 2/2 ......................................................................... 58
Adjust Image 1/2 ................................................................................ 59
Adjust Image 2/2 ................................................................................ 60
Input/Output 1/2 ................................................................................. 61
Input/Output 2/2 ................................................................................. 62
SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE SETTINGS ........................................................62
SPECIFICATIONS
MAINFRAME .............................................................................................64
OPTIONAL COPIER MEMORY UNIT (8 MB) .............................................66
OPTIONAL COPIER MEMORY UNIT (4 MB) .............................................66
INDEX
INDEX........................................................................................................ 68
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GUIDE TO COMPONENTS
GUIDE TO COMPONENTS
<Front View>
Platen cover (option)
Holds down the original
placed on the exposure
glass.
Exposure glass
Fit an original face
down to the rear left
corner.
Operation panel
⇒ See page x.
Internal tray 2 (option)
Copied or printed paper
is delivered here face
down.
Main switch
Switches the machine
on/off.
Internal tray 1
Copied or printed paper
is delivered here face
down.
Left side cover
Open to remove misfed
paper.
Front cover
Open to remove misfed
paper or supply toner.
Ventilation hole
Prevents overheating.
Do not obstruct the
ventilation hole by placing or
leaning an object near it. If
the machine overheats, a
fault might occur.
Duplex Tray (unit for
two-sided copies)
(option)
Paper tray
Set paper here. ⇒ See
“B LOADING PAPER”
of “General Reference”.
AC switch
Do not touch this switch.
This switch is used only by
service representative.
· If the machine does not
operate after turning on the
main switch, check if the
AC switch is turned on. If
not, turn on it.
1000-sheet tray unit
(option)
External tray
Open to deliver copies,
prints and faxes face up
when copying from the
bypass tray or copying
a long size original.
<Right Side View>
Bypass tray
Use to copy or print
onto post cards, OHP
transparencies, or other
non-standard size
paper.
Right Side Cover
Open to remove misfed
paper.
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GUIDE TO COMPONENTS
(1) Internal 1-bin tray
(Internal tray 2)
Sorts copies, faxes,
and prints.
(3) Duplex tray
GUIDE TO
COMPONENTS
Options
(2) ADF (document feeder)
Set a stack of originals
here and they will be fed
one at a time automatically.
(4) 1000-sheet tray unit
Consists of two paper trays.
❑ Other options: platen cover
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OPERATION PANEL (HARD KEYS)
OPERATION PANEL (HARD KEYS)
(1)
(1) User Tools key
Use to change modes and
customize settings. ⇒ See page 54.
*1
(2) Editing key
Selects Positive/Negative, Repeat,
or Overlay mode. ⇒ See page 42.
Commu- Receive
nicating File
Printer
Facsimile
Error
Error
Manual
Reception F3 TX Files F4
F1 Receive F2 Mode
Status
User Tools
(3) Sorter key
Automatically sorts copies.
⇒ See page 16.
(4) Combine/Series Copies key
Combine ... Combines 2~16 originals
into one copy.
Series .... Makes two separate
one-sided copies from
one original.
⇒ See pages 34 ~ 35.
(5) Duplex key
Makes two-sided copies.
⇒ See page 30.
(6) Double Copies key
Copies the image twice on one page
so that two identical copies are
vertically positioned. ⇒ See page 38.
(7) Erase Centre/Border key
Erases the shadow at the center and/
or all four sides of the original image.
⇒ See page 39.
(8) Directional Size Magnification key
Makes a copy with the specified
height and width. ⇒ See page 28.
*2
*1
Standard
3
2
1
Stamp
Immediate
Detail
Trans.
Memory
Super Fine
Trans.
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
mm
A
A
R
RR
RR
2
(2)
(3) (4) (5) (6)(7) (8) (9)
(10)
(11)
(9) Directional Magnification (%) key
Enlarges or reduces the image at different
reproduction ratios horizontally and vertically.
⇒ See page 29.
(10) Auto Reduce/Enlarge key
Enlarges or reduces the image automatically
according to the specified paper size.
⇒ See page 14.
(11) + Zoom Up key, - Zoom Down key
Changes the reproduction ratio in 1% steps.
⇒ See page 27.
◆Copy Operation Panel
Flip up the operation panel plate.
· Do not press the plate or put something on it
when it is opened.
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(24)
(23)
(22)
(21)
GUIDE TO
COMPONENTS
OPERATION PANEL (HARD KEYS)
(20)
C
Speed Dial
On Hook Dial
Pause/
Redial
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Copy
Facsimile
(19)
aa
Tone
(12)
(13)
(14)
*1
C
0
(15)
(12) Original Type key
Selects type of originals. ⇒ See page 12.
(13) Lighter and Darkey keys
Adjusts the copy image density.
⇒ See page 12.
(16)
(18)
(17)
(20) Interrupt key
Use to interrupt the current job and make
copies. ⇒ See page 23.
(14) Auto Image Density key
⇒ See page 12.
(21) Clear Modes/Energy Saver key
Clear Modes .... Cancels the settings.
Energy Saver ...Hold down this key for more
than a second to enter
Energy Save mode.
(15) Number keys
Use to enter numbers − for example
reproduction ratios or number of copies.
(22) Program key
Use to program and recall frequently used
settings. ⇒ See page 22.
(16) Enter key
Sets a value you have entered.
(23) Memory Copy key
Lights when making copies with memory.
When canceling using memory, you can get
better image quality copies from originals with
gray scale. ⇒ See page 13.
(17) Clear/Stop key
Clear ... Cancels an entered value.
Stop .... Stops/cancels a copy run.
(18) Start key
Press to start copying.
(19) Function key
Press to switch from Copy mode to another
feature. To return to Copy mode press the
Copy key.
(24) Panel Display ⇒ See page xii.
*1: These keys and indicator are for the
optional Fax unit.
*2: See “General Reference”.
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PANEL DISPLAY
PANEL DISPLAY
The panel display shows operational status, error messages, and function
menus.
❑ When you select or specify an item on the panel display, it is highlighted like
Auto . Keys appearing as OK cannot be used.
❑ By default, the machine is in Copy mode when you switch on.
This can be changed. ⇒ See “USER TOOLS - SYSTEM SETTINGS” in “General
Reference.”
Note: Do not apply a strong shock or force of about 30 N (about 3 kgf)
or more to the panel display. Otherwise, the display might be
damaged.
The function items for the
selected feature are displayed.
Number of originals set
Displays operational
status or messages.
Displays items which
can be selected or
specified.
< >
These keys correspond to the items on the display.
Press a relevant key to select a function.
◆In this manual, we use the following conventions
Key name on the panel display: OK
In the manual:
[OK]
◆Common keys
[OK]
Sets a selected function or entered value and returns to the previous screen.
[Cancel] Cancels a selected function or entered value and returns to the
previous screen.
[↑Prev.] When there are too many items fit on the display, use these keys
[↓Next] to move between pages.
< >
Press to highlight the selection you wish to select.
[PrevMenu] [Menu]
Press to return to the previous menu.
[Exit]
Sets a selected function or entered value and returns to the previous screen.
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PANEL DISPLAY
The basic elements used on the display are shown below. Understanding
their meaning help you exploit this machine’s features quickly and easily.
<Sample Display for Erasing the Centre/Border>
Operational status or
message
Selectable/specifiable
functions are displayed.
Screened key means to
press it.
Press the [Centre] key.
Selectable/specifiable
functions are displayed.
[OK] .......... Confirms the settings and returns you
to the previous screen.
[Cancel] ....Cancels the settings and returns you
to the previous screen.
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GUIDE TO
COMPONENTS
Display Panel Layout
FUNCTION LIST BASED ON OPTIONS
FUNCTION LIST BASED ON OPTIONS
The function that are available to you depend on your machine configuration
and which options you have. See the table below.
❍... Available ×... Not available
Function
Adjusting Image Density
Selecting Original Type
Auto Paper Select
Selecting Copy Paper
Auto Reduce/Enlarge
Sort
Rotate Sort
Copying from the Bypass Tray
Program
Reduce/Enlarge
Zoom
Directional Size Magnification
Directional Size Magnification (%)
➝
1-sided
Duplex
➝
Book
➝
Series Copies Book
➝
2 originals
➝
4 originals
Combine
➝
8 originals
➝
16 originals
Double Copies
Erase Centre/Border
2-sided
2-sided
2 copies
1 copy (2 in 1)
1 copy (4 in 1)
1 copy (8 in 1)
1 copy (16 in 1)
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
*1
*1 *3
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
*1 *2
❍ *2
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
Place originals
on the
in the
exposure
document
glass
feeder
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
*1 May require optional memory unit, depending on the size of originals.
⇒ See “Sort/Rotate Sort”, or “Duplex”.
*2 Requires the optional duplex tray.
*3 Requires two paper trays identical in size but with different orientations.
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ORIGINALS ........................................................................................................... 2
Recommended And Non-recommended Originals ................................................... 2
SETTING ORIGINALS ............................................................................................. 4
Setting An Original On The Exposure Glass ................................................................... 4
Setting Originals In The Document Feeder ................................................................... 5
Setting Originals Of Special Sizes ................................................................................... 6
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ORIGINALS
ORIGINALS
ORIGINALS
ORIGINALS
Recommended And Non-recommended Originals
Sizes and weights of recommended originals
Metric version
Size
Weight
on the exposure
glass
Up to A3 (297 × 420 mm)
Maximum : 297 × 432 mm
in the document
feeder
A3L - A5KL
Maximum 297 × 1260 mm
52 - 105 g/m2
(14 - 28 lb)
Size
Weight
__
Inch version
on the exposure
glass
Up to 11" × 17" (279 x 432 mm)
Maximum : 11.7" × 17"
in the document
feeder
11" × 17" L - 5½" × 8½" KL
Maximum : 11.7" × 49.6"
52 - 105 g/m2
(14 - 28 lb)
❑ You can set up to about 30 originals (80 g/m2, 20 lb) in the document feeder.
❑ If you use sizes other than those above, enter the vertical and horizontal sizes.
⇒ See page 6.
Non-recommended originals for the document feeder
❑ Setting the following originals in the document feeder may cause a paper misfeeds
or damage to the originals. Set these originals on the exposure glass.
·
·
·
·
·
·
·
·
·
·
·
·
2
Originals of sizes other than those shown above
Originals with staples or clips
Perforated or torn originals
Curled, folded, or creased originals
Pasted originals
Originals with any kind of coating, such as thermosensitive paper, art paper,
aluminum foil, carbon paper, or conductive paper
Originals with indexes, tags, or other projecting parts
Sticky originals such as translucent paper
Thin and soft originals
Originals of inappropriate weight (⇒ See the above table.)
Originals in bound form such as books
Transparent originals such as OHP transparencies or translucent paper
ORIGINALS
❑ It is difficult for the machine to detect the sizes of the following originals. Auto
Paper Select might not select paper of the correct size for these originals. Select
the paper size manually for these originals.
·
·
·
·
·
·
Originals with indexes, tags, or other projecting parts
Transparent originals such as OHP transparencies or translucent paper
Dark originals with many characters and drawings
Originals which partially contain solid printing
Originals which have solid printing at their edges
Originals other than those (with o) in the tables below.
Sizes detectable by auto paper select
Metric version
Size
Place of original
Exposure glass
Document feeder
A3 B4 A4
B5
A5 11"×17" 8½"×14" 8½"×11" 5½"×8½" 8"×13"
L L KL KL KL
L
L
KL
KL
L
o o
o o
o
o
o
o
×
×
×
×
×
o
×
×
×
×
o
o
Inch version
Size
Place of original
A3 B4 A4
B5
A5 11"×17" 8½"×14" 8½"×11" 5½"×8½"
L L KL KL KL
L
L
KL
KL
Exposure glass
×
×
×
×
×
Document feeder
×
×
×
×
×
Size
Place of original
Exposure glass
Document feeder
10"×14" 8½"×13"
L
L
o
o
o
×
o
o
o
o
o
o
×
o
8"×10"
K
o
o
Sizes and scanning area/missing image area
Exposure glass
Document feeder
❑ When you correctly set an original in the document feeder or on the exposure
glass, an area of about 3mm width surrounding the original might not be copied.
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ORIGINALS
Sizes difficult to detect
SETTING ORIGINALS
SETTING ORIGINALS
Set the original on the exposure glass or in the document feeder. This should
be done correctly according to the type of originals and copying method.
❑ Align the original to the rear left corner. The copying results might vary depending on the direction of the set original. See the description of each function.
<Originals>
<Set in the document feeder> <Set on the exposure glass>
❑ Set the original after correction fluid and ink has completely dried. Not taking this
precaution could mark the exposure glass causing marks to be copied.
Setting An Original On The Exposure Glass
1
Lift the platen cover/document
feeder. Set the original face
down on the exposure glass.
The original should be aligned
to the rear left corner.
❑ Be sure to open the platen cover
/document feeder by more than
30°. Otherwise the original size
might not be detected correctly.
2
4
Lower the platen cover/document feeder.
SETTING ORIGINALS
❑ You cannot set originals of different sizes at the same time.
❑ If you copy thin originals, set one original at a time in the document feeder or on the
exposure glass to avoid damage to the originals due to a multi-sheet feed (which
means that multiple sheets are fed together at the same time).
Setting a stack of originals in the document feeder
1
Adjust the document guide to
the original size. Set the aligned
originals face up into the document feeder.
Document guide
Setting one original at a time in the document feeder
1
Set one original into the document feeder. Press the Start
key.
2
When the message appears
(see the illustration), set the
next original. The second and
subsequent originals can be fed
automatically without pressing
the Start key.
❑ Do not block the document feeder sensor. Also, be sure to set originals correctly.
Otherwise, the original size might not be detected correctly.
❑ You can adjust the time the machine waits before being ready for the next original. ⇒ See page 61.
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ORIGINALS
Setting Originals In The Document Feeder
SETTING ORIGINALS
Setting Originals Of Special Sizes
❑ You can set originals of the following sizes.
Metric version: length 128 to 1260 mm, width: 105 to 297 mm
Inch version: length 5.0" to 49.6",
width: 4.1" to 11.7"
❑ You cannot use the Editing functions with the special size originals.
❑ You cannot make multi-copies of special size originals.
❑ Special original size setting will be cleared by Copy Reset or by pressing the
Clear Modes/Energy Saver key.
1
2
3
Set one original in the document feeder.
Select paper or bypass tray (k) with [Paper] or the < > keys.
Press the # key. The non-standard paper menu will appear.
2
❑ If you select the bypass tray in step , the display appears.
When you have selected the bypass tray in step
➊ Enter the horizontal size of the
copy paper with the Number keys
and press the # key.
➋ Enter the vertical size of the copy
paper with the Number keys
press the [Org. Size] key.
4
❑ Go to step .
4
Enter the horizontal size of the
original with the Number keys
and press the # key.
5
Enter the vertical size of the
original with the Number keys
and press the [OK] key.
❑ K*(special original size) appears on the display.
6
6
Press the Start key.
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SETTING ORIGINALS
Special original size setting will be cleared by Auto Reset, or by pressing the
Clear Modes/Energy Saver key. However, if you press the Clear Modes/
Energy Saver key, all other settings are also cleared. If you want to cancel
only the special original size setting, do the following procedure.
1
2
3
4
Make sure that originals are in the document feeder.
Select any paper size (except bypass tray) with the [Paper] or < > keys.
Press the # key.
Press the [Cancel] key.
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ORIGINALS
Canceling the special original size setting
SETTING ORIGINALS
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COPYING
BASIC PROCEDURE ............................................................................................. 10
BASIC FUNCTIONS .............................................................................................. 11
COPYING
Adjusting Image Density .............................................................................................. 11
Selecting The Original Type .......................................................................................... 12
Selecting Copy Paper .................................................................................................. 13
Having The Machine Choose The Reproduction Ratio (Auto Reduce/Enlarge) .. 14
SORTING INTO SETS (123, 123, 123)(Sort/Rotate Sort) ...................................... 16
Panel Display For Sort/Rotate Sort ............................................................................... 17
Stopping Image Storage And Deleting Stored Images During Copying ............... 17
Making Copies In Sort Or Rotate Sort Mode .............................................................. 18
COPYING FROM THE BYPASS TRAY ..................................................................... 19
When Copying Onto Special Size Copy Paper ......................................................... 20
STORING YOUR COPY SETTINGS IN MEMORY (Program) ................................. 22
Storing/Changing The Program................................................................................... 22
Recalling A Program ..................................................................................................... 23
OTHER FUNCTIONS ............................................................................................. 23
Temporarily Stopping One Job To Copy Something Else (Interrupt) ....................... 23
Entering Copy Job Settings During The Warm-up Period (Auto Start) .................... 24
Original Beeper ............................................................................................................. 24
REDUCING AND ENLARGING USING PRESET RATIOS (Reduce/Enlarge) ......... 25
REDUCING AND ENLARGING IN 1% STEPS (Zoom) ........................................... 27
STRETCHING AND SQUEEZING THE IMAGE INTO THE COPY AREA
(Directional Size Magnification) ....................................................................... 28
STRETCHING AND SQUEEZING THE IMAGE IN 1% STEPS
(Directional Magnification(%)) ........................................................................ 29
MAKING TWO-SIDED COPIES (Duplex) (optional duplex tray is required) .... 30
MAKING ONE-SIDED COPIES FROM BOOK ORIGINALS (Series Copies) ......... 34
COMBINING ORIGINALS INTO ONE COPY (Combine) .................................... 35
COPYING THE IMAGE TWICE ON ONE PAGE (Double Copies) ........................ 38
ERASING THE CENTRE AND THE BORDER (Erase Centre/Border) ..................... 39
If You Have Pressed The [Centre] Key ......................................................................... 40
If You Have Pressed The [Border] Key .......................................................................... 41
If You Have Pressed The [Ctr/Bdr] Key ......................................................................... 41
EDITING THE COPY IMAGE ................................................................................. 42
Reversing Black And White (Positive/Negative) ........................................................ 42
Repeating An Image Over The Entire Copy (Repeat) ............................................. 42
Merging Images (Overlay) ........................................................................................... 44
COMBINATION CHART ....................................................................................... 45
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BASIC PROCEDURE
BASIC PROCEDURE
1
Make sure that the machine is
in Copy mode.
❑ Press the Copy key if the Ready
screen is not displayed. ⇒ See page
xi.
When in User Code mode
➊ Enter the user code (less than four digits) with the Number keys and then press
the # key. The machine gets ready for copying. ⇒ See “STARTING THE MACHINE” in “General Reference.”
2
3
4
5
Make sure that there are not previous settings remaining. Press the
Clear Modes/Energy Saver key.
Set the original.
⇒ See “SETTING ORIGINALS” on page 4.
Choose any settings you require.
Enter the number of copies with
the Number keys.
❑ If you enter a wrong value,
press the Clear/Stop key and
re-enter a correct value.
6
Press the Start key. The machine starts copying.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
Copy
Facsimile
C
❑ To stop the machine, press the Clear/Stop key.
❑ To return the machine to the initial condition after copying, press the Clear Modes/
Energy Saver key.
❑ You can change the default settings of basic functions.
See “USER TOOLS - SYSTEM SETTINGS” in “General Reference.”
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BASIC PROCEDURE
BASIC FUNCTIONS
❑ You can specify whether or not Energy Save mode at the same time as System
Auto Reset comes effect. ⇒See “USERS TOOLS-SYSTEM SETTING” in “General Reference.”
❑ Copy Reset does not work in the following cases:
• When an original is left in the machine.
• When an original image is stored in memory.
• When in the User Tools mode.
• When the paper tray with no paper is selected.
BASIC FUNCTIONS
The following basic functions are explained in this section.
Adjusting Image Density
Auto and Manual Image Density
Selecting Original Type
Text/Photo and Photo
Selecting Copy Paper
Auto Paper Select and Manual Paper Select
One-to-one Copying and Auto Reduce/Enlarge
Sort
This function sorts copies.
Rotate Sort
This function rotates every other copy set by 90° and delivers all copy sets
to the paper trays if you set the paper trays for alternate sheets (L and K)
of the same size.
❑ You can change the settings selected after the main switch is turned on, after the
Energy Save is reset, or after the Copy Reset. ⇒ See page 57.
Adjusting Image Density
There are three ways to adjust the image density:
◆Auto Image Density
The machine adjusts the image density automatically for copying. The dark
background on newspaper or recycled paper is not copied.
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❑ If you do not operate the machine for a certain period after copying, the machine
returns to the initial screen. This is called “Copy Reset.”
You can change the Copy Reset period. ⇒ See “USERS TOOLS-SYSTEM SETTING” in “General Reference.”
BASIC FUNCTIONS
◆Manual Image Density
You can adjust the image density to get a darker or lighter image.
◆Combination of Auto and Manual Image Density
Use this combination when the originals have dirty background and you want
to adjust the density without affecting the background.
Auto Image Density
1
Be sure that the Auto Image
Density indicator is lit.
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❑ If it is not lit, press the Auto
Image Density key.
❑ Choose any other settings and
make your copies.
Adjusting image density manually (Manual Image Density)
1
Press the Auto Image Density key.
2
Press the Lighter or Darker key
to adjust the image density.
❑ Auto Image Density indicator turns off.
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❑ Choose any other other
settings and make your copies.
Adjusting the image density with auto and manual image
density
1
Make sure that the Auto Image Density indicator is lit. Press the Lighter
or Darker key to adjust the density.
❑ Choose any other settings and make your copies.
Selecting The Original Type
You can select two original types.
◆Text/Photo
Use this mode when making copies with originals containing photographs or
containing drawings with letters.
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BASIC FUNCTIONS
◆Photo
Select this mode when copying photographs or drawings. This mode is especially suitable for large photographs or drawings.
Press the Original Type key
and select the type of original.
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❑ Pressing the Original Type key to step through the available types as follows:
• No indicator lights:
Text
• Upper indicator lights:
Text/Photo
• Lower indicator lights:
Photo
❑ If you want to use the originals with gray scale, you can get better image quality
copies by canceling the Memory Copy mode. To cancel the Memory Copy mode,
press the Memory Copy key to turn off the indicator on it.
When you cancel the Memory Copy mode, there are some limitations as follows:
• If you set an original in the document feeder, the machine cannot make
multiple copies of the original. If you want to make multiple copies, place
originals on the exposure glass.
• The copying speed decreases from 20 copies/minute to 15 copies/minute
(for A4 K, 8½" × 11" K).
• Image Rotation, Rotate Sort, Combine, continuous copying in the Duplex
mode, and top to bottom binding in the Duplex mode are impossible.
❑ Choose any other settings and make your copies.
Selecting Copy Paper
There are two ways to select paper:
◆Auto Paper Select
The machine selects a suitable size of paper automatically based on the
original size and the reproduction ratio.
❑ When the original is set at a different direction from the copy paper in the paper
tray, the machine automatically rotates the original image by 90° to match the
copy paper direction and make copies. This applies to the following paper sizes;
❑ Metric version : A4 KL, B5 KL
❑ Inch version
: 8½" x 11" KL
❑ If you use A4, B5 or 8½" x 11" originals and there are two paper trays with paper
identical in size and different in direction with originals, the machine copies onto
the copy paper (sideways K) which allows copying at the fastest speed (except
for sorting).
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COPYING
1
BASIC FUNCTIONS
❑ When copying from originals with gray scale, press the Memory Copy key to
cancel using the memory. Select copy paper identical in direction to the original.
◆Manual Paper Select
Select the paper tray or bypass tray. ⇒ See “COPYING FROM THE BYPASS TRAY” on page 19.
❑ Regarding paper size that can be used for this machine, ⇒ See “COPY PAPER”
in the “General Reference”.
❑ Regarding original sizes that can be detected, see page 3.
❑ For some originals, the matching size of copy paper cannot be selected. ⇒ See
page 3.
Selecting copy paper
1
Select copy paper with [Paper]
or <> keys.
❑ If you select the bypass tray (k or
!). ⇒ See “COPYING FROM THE
BYPASS TRAY” on page 3.
❑ Choose any other settings and make
your copies.
Having The Machine Choose The Reproduction
Ratio (Auto Reduce/Enlarge)
The machine can choose an appropriate reproduction ratio based on the
paper and original sizes you select.
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BASIC FUNCTIONS
❑ With this function, it is not necessary for you to select the reproduction ratio.
❑ This function is useful for copying from originals of different sizes to paper of the
same size.
❑ When the original is set at a different direction from the selected copy paper, the
machine cannot rotate the image by 90°. Be sure to set the original in the same
direction as the copy paper.
❑ The following originals can be detected correctly;
Metric version: A3 L, B4 L, A4 KL, B5 KL,
A5 KL (for document feeder only), 8" x 13" L
Inch version: 11" x 17" L, 8½" x 14" L, 8½" x 11" KL, 10" x 14" L,
8" x 10" K, 5½" x 8½" KL (for document feeder only)
8½" x 13" L (for document feeder only)
❑ For some originals, the matching size of copy paper cannot be selected. ⇒ See
page 3.
1
Press the Auto Reduce/Enlarge key.
2
Select copy paper with [Paper]
or <> keys.
mm
A
A
R
RR
RR
2
❑ Choose any other settings and
make your copy.
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COPYING
❑ The following reproduction ratios are selectable:
Exposure glass:
25 to 400%
Document feeder:
37 to 150%
❑ Copying from the bypass tray is impossible with this feature.
SORTING INTO SETS (123, 123, 123) (Sort/Rotate Sort)
SORTING INTO SETS (123, 123, 123)
(Sort/Rotate Sort)
Sort
1
2
1
3
1
2
2
3
1
3
3
1
3
2
3
1
2
Rotate
Sort
2
2
1
The machine can make copies and
collate them into sets for meetings or
other purposes. Each set will be ordered by page number. In Rotate Sort
mode, every other copy set is rotated
by 90° and delivered to the tray so
that each set can be easily separated.
Sort mode delivers copy sets without
rotation.
1
2
3
3
❑ By default, the Rotate Sort is selected when you try to use the sorting function.
You can change this setting. ⇒ See page 62.
❑ You can make up to 99 copy sets at a time.
❑ The output tray can hold the following number of sheets:
Output tray
Number of sheets
Internal tray 1
500
Internal tray 2
125
External tray
100
If the number of sheets exceeds the capacity, remove the sheets.
❑ Sort/Rotate Sort mode does not support different-size or different-direction originals.
❑ After starting copying, the only setting you can change is image density and
original type. These changes does not apply to images that have been stored in
the memory.
❑ You cannot copy from the bypass tray with this feature.
❑ Originals of the following sizes can be used:
Paper size
Without optional
memory unit
A4, B5, 8½" x 11"
With optional
memory unit
A4, B5, 8½ x 11"
Sort
Rotate Sort
B4, 8½" x 14", A3, 11" x 17"
B4, 8½" x 14", A3, 11" x 17"
· Two paper trays are required for the Rotate Sort. Put copy paper K and L of
the same size on the paper trays.
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SORTING INTO SETS (123, 123, 123) (Sort/Rotate Sort)
❑ As a default, two paper trays identical in size but different in direction must be
available in Rotate Sort mode. You can change this setting. ⇒ See page 62.
❑ The number of originals that can be stored in memory depends on their type.
The memory capacity for originals with photographs is smaller than that for originals without.
Panel Display For Sort/Rotate Sort
❑ You can set the panel display to indicate the number of originals fed through the
document feeder. ⇒ See page 61.
Example) Making two copy sets of each of three originals
Before copying: Q’ty: 2 ... Number of copy set you enter
During copying:
Orig. 1 → 2 → 3 ... Number of scanned originals
Copy 1 → 1 → 1 2 → 2→ 2 ... Number of copies
Stopping Image Storage And Deleting Stored
Images During Copying
◆Stopping storing while scanning originals
· Press the Clear/Stop key.
◆Deleting stored images after copying has been interrupted
· Press the Clear Modes/Energy Saver key. The stored images will be cleared.
◆Re-staring scanning originals
· Press the Start key.
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COPYING
❑ The copying speed might be slower than that for normal copying. Also, it depends on the type of original and the type of original you have programmed the
machine except.
SORTING INTO SETS (123, 123, 123) (Sort/Rotate Sort)
Making Copies In Sort Or Rotate Sort Mode
1
Press the Sorter key.
2
Enter the number of copies and choose any settings you require.
mm
A
A
R
RR
RR
2
When setting originals one at a time on the exposure
glass or in the document feeder
3
Set the original and then press the Start key. The machine starts scanning.
❑ Start with the first page to be copied.
❑ When making one-sided copies, the first set of copies comes out first.
4
Set the next original and then press the Start key.
❑ Set the originals in the same direction as step
3.
❑ When the remaining memory space reaches 0 %, the machine stops memorizing. Press the [Output] key to finish copy jobs which are already in memory.
Continue copying by following the instructions on the panel display. If you want to
delete the stored images, press the [Clear] key.
5
6
When the machine finishes scanning all the originals, press the # key.
Press the Start key. The copies will be delivered.
When setting a stack of originals in the document feeder
3
Set the originals and then press the Start key.
When the machine finishes scanning, copies are automatically delivered.
❑ The first page must be on top.
❑ When the machine makes one-sided copies, the first set of copies comes out
first.
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SORTING INTO SETS (123, 123, 123) (Sort/Rotate Sort)
COPYING FROM THE BYPASS TRAY
❑ When the remaining memory space reaches 0%:
COPYING FROM THE BYPASS TRAY
Use the bypass tray to copy onto OHP transparencies, adhesive labels, translucent paper, post cards, and copy paper that cannot be set in the paper tray.
❑ See “Copy Paper” in “General Reference” for information about the size and
direction of copy paper to be set on the bypass tray.
❑ Be sure to specify the size of copy paper other than following because the machine cannot automatically detect the size. You can set copy paper with a width
of 90 to 305 mm (3.5" to 12") and length of 148 to 432 mm (5.8" to 17.0").
❑ When you make multi-copies using sideways (K) paper from the bypass tray,
reverse sides of copies might be stained. It is recommended to set paper in the
bypass tray lengthwise (L).
❑ Regarding paper sizes that can be used, see “COPY PAPER” in the “General
Reference”.
❑ Open the external tray before copying because the external tray is selected to
receive copies by default. You can change this setting.
⇒ See page “USER TOOLS - SYSTEM SETTINGS” in the “General Reference”.
1
Open the bypass tray.
2
Select the bypass tray (k or !)
with the [Paper] or the < >
keys.
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COPYING
· The machine stops scanning originals.
· Press the [Output] key to finish copy jobs which are already into memory.
Remove copies from the tray and continue copying following the instructions
on the panel display.
· If you press the [Clear] key, the copy jobs which have been stored will be
cleared and copying stops.
COPYING FROM THE BYPASS TRAY
3
Lift the paper hold lever.
❑ Swing out the extender if
setting copy paper larger than
A4K, 8½" × 11"K.
Extender
Paper hold
lever
4
Slide the paper guides to match
the paper width. Insert the copy
paper until it stops.
❑ If the guides are not flush with
the copy paper, a skew image
or paper jam might occar.
❑ The image will be copied on the
side of paper that you place
face up.
❑ Fan OHP transparencies or
translucent paper to get air
between them to avoid a multisheet feed (multiple sheets fed
together at the same time).
5
Paper guide
Lower the paper holder lever.
Otherwise, paper misfeed might
occur.
❑ If you have set copy paper
larger than A4K, 8½" × 11"K,
support the trailing edge of
copy paper with your hand
when lowering the paper
holder.
When Copying Onto Special Size Copy Paper
❑ Specify the size of copy paper to avoid paper jams.
➊ Press the # key.
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COPYING FROM THE BYPASS TRAY
❑ If you use the special size original, you should set the original in the document
feeder first and input the original size. ⇒ See page 6.
❑ To change the number entered, press
the Clear/Stop key, then enter the
new number.
➌ Enter the vertical size with the Number keys and then press the [OK] key.
❑ If you start copying without pressing the [OK] key or if the entered size is different from the copy paper, the reverse side of the copy might be marked. Be sure
to specify the size of the paper and press the [OK] key.
❑ After entering the size, ! appears on the panel display.
❑ If you have set the special size original in the document feeder, press the [Orig.
Size] key and enter the original size. ⇒ See page 6.
❑ The entered size is not reset by turning off the main switch or pressing the Clear
Modes/Energy Saver key. Re-entering size or canceling this setting reset the
entered size. ⇒ See page 21.
6
Set the originals and then press the Start key.
❑ When copying onto OHP transparencies, remove the copies one by one as they
come out.
Canceling the special size paper setting
➊ Select ! (special paper size) with
the [Paper] or the < > keys.
➋ Press the # key.
➌ Press the [Cancel] key.
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COPYING
➋ Enter the horizontal size of the paper with the Number keys and
then press the # key.
STORING YOUR COPY SETTINGS IN MEMORY (Program)
STORING YOUR COPY SETTINGS IN MEMORY
(Program)
If there are certain combinations that you use frequently, you can store these
settings as a program. Each time you need to perform this job, you only need
to recall the program, saving time and trouble.
❑ You can store up to two programs.
❑ The size of copy paper can be memorized. Thus, if copy paper of the same size
is set, the upper tray is selected.
❑ Programs are not cleared by turning the power off or by pressing the Clear Modes/
Energy Saver key. It is canceled when you overwrite them with another program.
❑ You cannot erase a program. To change a program, overwrite it with a new one.
⇒ See “Storing/Changing the Program.”
❑ You cannot register the number of copies.
Storing/Changing The Program
1
2
Set the copy settings you want
to store.
Press the Program key. The
program screen is displayed.
3
Press the [Store] key.
4
With the < and > keys, select
a program number. Then, press
the [OK] key.
When you finish, m is displayed.
❑ The program number with m has already settings in it.
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STORING YOUR COPY SETTINGS IN MEMORY (Program)
OTHER FUNCTIONS
When the program is already registered (Change)
➊ Check the program and then decide whether or not to overwrite it.
⇒ To find out the stored settings, see “Recalling a Program.”
❑ To overwrite the program, press the [Yes] key.
COPYING
❑ To cancel your selection, press the [No] key and then select an unregistered
number.
Recalling A Program
1
2
Press the Program key. The
program screen is diplayed.
With the Number keys, enter
the number of the program to
be recalled. Then, press the
[OK] key. The registered settings for the program are displayed.
❑ A number without m does not have
settings in it.
3
Set the original and then press
the Start key.
OTHER FUNCTIONS
Temporarily Stopping One Job To Copy
Something Else (Interrupt)
You can make urgently needed copies during a multi-copy run.
1
2
Press the Interrupt key. The key’s indicator lights.
Remove the originals currently set for copying, and set your originals for
interrupt copying. Make your copies.
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OTHER FUNCTIONS
3
4
After interrupt copying, remove the originals for interrupt copying and
the copies.
Press the Interrupt key. The key’s indicator goes out, and the previous
copy job settings are recalled.
❑ Reset the previous originals.
❑ The previous copy job settings are left intact so the previous copy job can be
resumed simply by pressing the Start key.
Entering Copy Job Settings During The Warm-up
Period (Auto Start)
“Please wait” is displayed during the warm-up period after you turn the main
switch on. If you enter the copy job settings and press the Start key during
this period, the machine starts copying automatically when it reaches the
ready condition.
❑ To cancel Auto Start, press the Clear/Stop key.
❑ After you enter the copy job settings and press the Start key, the indicator on the
Start key blinks.
❑ Auto Start is impossible right after you add copy paper to the paper tray.
Original Beeper
The beeper sounds and a message is displayed when an operator forgets to
remove originals from the exposure glass after copying. ⇒ See page 58.
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REDUCING AND ENLARGING USING PRESET RATIOS (Reduce/Enlarge)
REDUCING AND ENLARGING USING PRESET
RATIOS (Reduce/Enlarge)
COPYING
You can select a preset ratio for copying.
◆Preset ratios for original sizes and copy paper sizes
Metric Version
Enlarging ratio (%)
400*1
Original → Copy paper size
200*1
A5→A3 A6→A4 B6→B4
141
A4→A3 A5→A4 A6→A5 B5→B4 B6→B5
122
115
A4→B4 A5→B5 A6→B6
B4→A3 B5→A4 B6→A5
Reducing ratio (%)
93
Original size → Copy paper size
(for providing a margin on four sides of an original)
11" × 14" → B4*2
87
A3→B4 A4→B5 A5→B6
82
71
B4→A4 B5→A5 B6→A6
A3→A4 A4→A5 A5→A6 B4→B5 B5→B6
65
A3→F
50
25*
A3→A5 A4→A6 B4→B6
1
*1 This ratio is cannot be selected when the document feeder is used.
*2 Size (11" x 14") is a computer’s printing paper size.
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REDUCING AND ENLARGING USING PRESET RATIOS (Reduce/Enlarge)
Inch Version
Enlarging ratio (%)
Original → Copy paper size
400*1
200*1
5½" x 8½"→11" x 17"
1
155*
5½" x 8½"→8½" x 14"
129
8½" x 11"→11" x 17"
121
8½" x 14"→11" x 17"
Reducing ratio (%)
Original size → Copy paper size
93
85
(for providing a margin on four sides of an original)
F→8½" x 11"
77
8½" x 14"→8½" x 11"
74
65
11" x 15"→8½" x 11"
11" x 17"→8½" x 11"
50
25*
11" x 17"→5½" x 8½"
1
*1 This ratio is cannot be selected when the document feeder is used.
❑ You can select a ratio regardless of the size of an original or copy paper. With
some ratios, parts of image might not be copied and blank margins appears on
copies.
1
Select a ratio with the [Reduce]
or [Enlarge] key.
❑ Each time you press the key, the ratio changes.
2
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Set the original and then press
the Start key.
REDUCING AND ENLARGING IN 1% STEPS (Zoom)
REDUCING AND ENLARGING IN 1% STEPS
(Zoom)
COPYING
You can change the reproduction ratio in 1% steps.
❑ The following ratios can be selected:
Setting originals on the exposure glass:
25 - 400 %
Setting originals in the document feeder:
37 - 150 %
❑ You can select a preset ratio which is near the desired ratio, and then adjust it
with the +Zoom Up or -Zoom Down key.
1
Specify the ratio with the
+Zoom Up or -Zoom Down
key. The specified ratio is displayed on screen.
❑ When you press the +Zoom Up or -Zoom Down key once, the ratio is changed
in 1% steps. When you hold them down, the ratio is changed in 10% steps.
❑ If you make a mistake, correct the ratio with the +Zoom Up or -Zoom Down key.
2
Set the original and then press the Start key.
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STRETCHING AND SQUEEZING THE IMAGE INTO THE COPY AREA
STRETCHING AND SQUEEZING THE IMAGE
INTO THE COPY AREA (Directional Size
Magnification)
Horizontal
original size
Horizontal
copy size
Vertical copy size
Vertical original size
The machine can reduce or enlarge
copies to match independent horizontal and vertical size settings.
❑ Specify the vertical and horizontal sizes of the original and those of the copy, as
shown in the illustration.
❑ The following ratios can be selected;
Setting originals on the exposure glass:
25 - 400 %
Setting originals in the document feeder:
Horizontal : 37 - 150 %
Vertical
: 25 - 400 %
❑ If the calculated ratio is 24% or less, it is rounded up to 25%. If it is 401% or
more, it is rounded up to 400%.
1
2
3
Set the original.
Press the D. Size Mag. key.
The setting screen is displayed.
mm
A
A
R
RR
RR
2
Enter the horizontal original size
with the Number keys. Then,
press the # or > key.
❑ Acceptable values are as follows:
• Metric version: 1 to 999 mm in 1 mm steps
• Inch version: 0.1" to 99.9" in 0.1" steps
❑ If you make a mistake, press the Clear/Stop key and then enter the correct
value.
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STRETCHING AND SQUEEZING THE IMAGE INTO THE COPY AREA
STRETCHING AND SQUEEZING THE IMAGE IN 1% STEPS
4
Enter the horizontal copy size with the Number keys. Then, press the
# or > key.
❑ If you press the [OK] key after entering horizontal original and copy size, the
machine enters the size magnification (not directional) mode.
Enter the vertical original size with the Number keys. Then, press the
# or > key.
Enter the vertical copy size with the Number keys. Then, press the
[OK] key.
❑ To change the size, select the desired item with the < or > key and then enter
the new size.
7
Press the Start key.
STRETCHING AND SQUEEZING THE IMAGE IN
1% STEPS (Directional Magnification(%))
Horizontal %
Vertical %
The machine can reduce or enlarge
copies at different reproduction ratios
horizontally and vertically.
❑ The following ratios are specifiable:
1
Setting originals on the exposure glass:
25 - 400 %
Setting originals in the document feeder:
Horizontal : 37 - 150 %
Vertical
: 25 - 400 %
Set the original.
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COPYING
5
6
STRETCHING AND SQUEEZING THE IMAGE IN 1% STEPS
MAKING TWO-SIDED COPIES (Duplex)
2
Press the Direct. Mag.(%) key.
The setting screen is displayed.
3
Enter the horizontal ratio with
the Number keys. Then, press
the # or > key.
❑ You can also specify the ratio with
the +Zoom Up or -Zoom Down keys.
4
Enter the vertical ratio with the
Number keys. Then, press the
[OK] key.
❑ If you make a mistake, press the #,
<, or > key and then enter the correct value.
5
Press the Start key.
MAKING TWO-SIDED COPIES (Duplex)
(optional duplex tray is required)
The machine can make a two-sided
copy from two one-sided originals or
from two facing pages of a bound
original (book).
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
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MAKING TWO-SIDED COPIES (Duplex)
❑ There are two ways to make copies:
• 1-sided → 2-sided
The machine makes a two-sided copy from two one-sided originals.
• Book → 2-sided
The machine makes a two-sided copy from two facing pages of a bound
original (book).
Metric version
Original
Copy paper
A3L
A4K 2-sided
B4L
A4L
B5K 2-sided
A5K 2-sided
Inch version
Original
Copy paper
11" x 17" L
8½" x 11" K 2-sided
❑ The machine cannot make 2-sided copies using the following copy paper:
•
•
•
•
•
Paper smaller than A5
Translucent paper
Adhesive labels
OHP transparencies
Post cards
❑ If you want to make two-sided copies from one-sided originals larger than A4,
8½" x 11", the optional memory unit is required.
❑ You cannot use the bypass tray with this feature.
❑ The machine cannot rotate the image by 90° for L copy paper when making a
two-sided copy from two facing pages of a book. Select K copy paper.
❑ A binding margin is set on the reverse side for copying. You can change the
margin width and position. You can also change the default settings (5mm, 0.2"
is default). ⇒ See page 59.
If you select 1-sided → 2-sided, observe the following notes:
❑ When setting the originals in the document feeder, the first page must be on top.
If you set one original at a time, start with the first page to be copied.
❑ When setting the originals on the exposure glass, set the originals starting with
the first page.
❑ If you set an odd number of 1-sided originals, the reverse side of the last page is
left blank.
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COPYING
❑ Book Original Sizes and 2-sided Copy Sizes (ratio=100%)
MAKING TWO-SIDED COPIES (Duplex)
❑ You can select an original
(Top to Top/Top to Bottom).
top and bottom edges of
when setting, as shown in
tration.
direction
Align the
originals
the illusTop to Top
ABC
Top to Bottom
Top to Top
A
B
Top to Bottom
Top to Top
Top to Bottom
1
Press the Duplex key. The setting screen is displayed.
2
Select one of Duplex modes
with the < or > key.
❑ If you select Book → 2-sided, press
the [OK] key and go to step
3
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6.
Press the [Orientn.] key.
ABC
❑ Set A3L, B4L, 11" x 17"L or 8½"
x 14"L originals as shown in the illustration.
MAKING TWO-SIDED COPIES (Duplex)
4
Select [Top to Top] or [Top to
Bottom] with the < or > key.
Then, press the [OK] key.
COPYING
❑ Although you have canceled the
Memory Copy mode, the Memory
Copy Mode is automatically selected
when you select the [Top to Bottom]. [Top to Bottom] is only available in the Memory Copy mode.
❑ [Top to Bottom] for B4, 8½" x 14" or
larger originals can be selected only
when you have the optional memory
unit.
5
Press the [OK] key.
6
7
If you have selected Book → 2-sided in step , select copy paper by
pressing the [Paper] key. To do this, refer to the table on page 31.
2
Set the originals and then press the Start key.
❑ Regarding setting originals, see page 4.
❑ When you set the originals on the exposure glass or one original at a time in the
document feeder, remove the first original after it is scanned and then repeat
step
7.
To finish copying with the odd number of originals, press the # key.
❑ If a copy is left on the duplex tray, a message is displayed. Press the Start key to
exit the copy from the duplex tray.
You can select whether or not to automatically exit the last copy with the back
side blank from the duplex tray. ⇒ See page 61.
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MAKING ONE-SIDED COPIES FROM BOOK ORIGINALS (Series Copies)
MAKING ONE-SIDED COPIES FROM BOOK
ORIGINALS (Series Copies)
The machine can make two separate
one-sided copies from two facing
pages of bound (book) originals.
1
2
1
2
❑ Book Original Sizes and 1-sided Copy Sizes (ratio=100%)
Metric version
Inch version
Original
Copy paper
Original
Copy paper
A3L
B4L
A4K x 2
B5K x 2
11" x 17" L
8½" x 11" K x 2
A4L
A5K x 2
❑ You cannot use the bypass tray with this feature.
1
Press the Combine/Series
Copies key. The setting screen
is displayed.
2
Press the [Series] key.
3
Press the [Exit] key.
4
5
Select copy paper by pressing
the [Paper], < or > key.
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Set the originals and then press
the Start key.
COMBINING ORIGINALS INTO ONE COPY (Combine)
COMBINING ORIGINALS INTO ONE COPY
(Combine)
The machine can copy from multiple
one-sided originals to one sheet of
copy paper.
1 2
2
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
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❑ The number of originals copied (combined) is 2, 4, 8, or 16.
❑ The machine can print a separation line between copied images. ⇒ See page
60.
❑ You can use this mode with the Duplex mode. The number of originals you input
will be the number of images copied on the one side of the copy.
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COMBINING ORIGINALS INTO ONE COPY (Combine)
◆Setting Originals
<Original set in the document feeder>
Originals reading from right to left
1 2
3 4
1
2
3
4
Originals reading from top to bottom
2
1
3
4
4 3
2 1
❑ The machine cannot copy originals different in size and direction.
❑ You cannot use the bypass tray with this feature.
❑ Even if the direction of originals in the document feeder is different from that of
the copy paper, the machine will automatically rotate the image by 90° to make
copies properly.
❑ Copying is possible even if the number of originals in the document feeder is less
than the specified number of originals to be combined.
You can change these default settings. ⇒ See page 61.
❑ If the number of originals is less than
the number of originals to be combined, the copies can be made as
shown in the illustration.
12
3
1
3
1
Press the Combine/Series
Copies key. The setting screen
is displayed.
2
Press the [Combine] key.
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2
COMBINING ORIGINALS INTO ONE COPY (Combine)
Enter the number of originals
with the Number keys and then
press the [OK] key.
4
Press the [Exit] key.
5
Select copy paper with the [Paper] or the < > key.
COPYING
3
❑ The Auto Reduce/Enlarge is selected automatically. You need not to select the
reproduction manually.
6
Set the originals and then press the Start key.
❑ When you set the originals in the document feeder, the first page must be on top.
If you set one original at a time, start with the first page.
❑ When you set the originals on the exposure glass, start with the first page.
❑ When you set the originals on the exposure glass or one original at a time in the
document feeder, remove the first original after it is scanned. Then, repeat step
6.
To finish copying, press the # key and the Start key.
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COPYING THE IMAGE TWICE ON ONE PAGE (Double Copies)
COPYING THE IMAGE TWICE ON ONE PAGE
(Double Copies)
The machine can copy the one original image twice on one page as
shown below. The separation line
appears as a broken line by default.
❑ It is impossible to turn lengthwise (L) original images 90° on lengthwise (L)
copy paper. In this case, select K copy paper referring to the table below.
❑ The machine cannot properly detect A5L and 5½" x 8½" L originals on the
exposure glass. Be sure to select the copy paper manually or set the originals in
the document feeder (option).
Original size
Setting originals
A5 L
5½"x8½" L
(metric version only) (inch version only)
on the exposure glass
X
X
in the document feeder
O
O
❑ You can change the type of separation lines or eliminate the lines. ⇒ See page 60.
◆ Combinations of Originals and Copy Paper (ratio=100%)
Metric version
Original size and direction
Copy paper size and direction
A5 L
A4 K
Inch version
Original size and direction
5½" x 8½" L
1
2
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Press the Double Copies key.
Set the original and then press
the Start key.
Copy paper size and direction
8½" x 11" K
ERASING THE CENTRE AND THE BORDER (Erase Centre/Border)
ERASING THE CENTRE AND THE BORDER
(Erase Centre/Border)
Erasing the centre
A
B
A
B
COPYING
The machine can make copies of a
book or magazine originals by erasing the shadow at the centre and/or
four sides of copy paper.
Erasing the border
A
B
A
B
Erasing the centre/border
A
B
A
B
❑ There are three ways to make copies:
• Centre
The machine erases the shadow at the center of copy paper.
• Border
The machine erases the shadow at the four sides of copy paper
• Centre/Border
The machine erases the shadow at the center and four sides of copy paper.
❑ The default setting of the margin width is as follows:
• Metric version: 10 mm
• Inch version: 0.4"
❑ You can specify the margin width as follows. Change the default settings to specify
the margin position and width. ⇒ See page 59.
• Metric version: 3 to 50 mm in 1 mm steps
• Inch version: 0.1" to 2.0" in 0.1" steps
❑ Areas you do not want to delete might be erased if you use non-standard size
paper.
❑ You cannot use the bypass tray with this feature.
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ERASING THE CENTRE AND THE BORDER (Erase Centre/Border)
◆Direction and margin to be
erased on copy paper
L copy paper
K copy paper
3 to 50mm
Erased part
Erased part
1
Press the Erase Centre/Border key. The setting screen is
displayed.
2
Press the key corresponding to
the part to be erased.
If You Have Pressed The [Centre] Key
➊ Enter the center width with the
Number keys and then press the
[OK] key.
❑ If you make a mistake, press the
Clear/Stop key and then enter the
correct value.
➋ Press the [Exit] key.
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ERASING THE CENTRE AND THE BORDER (Erase Centre/Border)
If You Have Pressed The [Border] Key
➊ Enter the border width with the
Number keys and then press the
[OK] key.
COPYING
❑ If you make a mistake, press the
Clear/Stop key and then enter the
correct value.
➋ Press the [Exit] key.
If You Have Pressed The [Ctr/Bdr] Key
➊ Enter the center width with the
Number keys and then press the
# or > key.
➋ Enter the border width with the
Number keys and then press the
[OK] key.
❑ If you make a mistake, press the
Clear/Stop key and then enter the
correct value.
➌ Press the [Exit] key.
3
Set the originals and then press
the Start key.
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EDITING THE COPY IMAGE
EDITING THE COPY IMAGE
Reversing Black And White (Positive/Negative)
Black and white images of the original are reversed.
1
Press the Editing key until the
setting screen is displayed.
2
Select “Yes” with the < > keys
and press the [OK] key.
3
Set the originals and press the
Start key.
Repeating An Image Over The Entire Copy (Repeat)
The original image is copied repeatedly.
❑ The number of repeated images depends on the original size, copy paper size,
and reproduction ratio. Refer to the table on page 43.
❑ You cannot use the bypass tray with this feature.
❑ Part of a repeated image might not be copied depending on copy paper size, copy
paper direction, or reproduction ratio.
❑ Separate lines between repeated images can be printed using the user tools.
⇒ See page 60.
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EDITING THE COPY IMAGE
◆ Original size, copy paper size, reproduction ratio, and number of repeated
images
Metric version:
Copy paper size
Reproduction ratio and number of
repeated images
A5 K
A4 K
71% → 4 images
A5 L
A4 L
35% → 16 images
A5 K
A4 L
100% → 2 images
A5 L
A4 K
50% → 8 images
25% → 32 images
COPYING
Original size
Inch version:
Original size
Copy paper size
5½"x8½" K
8½"x11" K
65% → 4 images
5½"x8½" L
8½"x11" L
32% → 16 images
5½"x8½" K
8½"x11" L
100% → 2 images
5½"x8½" L
8½"x11" K
50% → 8 images
25% → 32 images
1
Press the Editing key until the
setting screen is displayed.
2
Select “Yes” with the < > keys
and press the [OK] key.
3
Select the copy paper size with
[Paper], <, or > key.
Reproduction ratio and number of
repeated images
❑ If you want to change the reproduction ratio, change it referring to the
above tables.
4
Set your originals and press the Start key.
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EDITING THE COPY IMAGE
Merging Images (Overlay)
The machine can merge two different originals onto the same copy paper.
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❑ There are three ways to make Overlay copy.
• Overlay-1
Two different originals can be merged onto the same copy paper.
• Overlay-2
The machine merges two originals and only the overlapped image will be
copied.
• Overlay-3
The machine merges two originals and all areas excluding.
1
Press the Editing key until the
setting screen is displayed.
2
Select “Overlay-1”, “Overlay-2”
or “Overay-3” with the < >
keys. Then press the [OK] key.
3
Set the originals and press the
Start key.
❑ When you set originals on the exposure glass, start with the first page to be
3
copied. After the first original is scanned, remove originals and repeat step .
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COMBINATION CHART
COMBINATION CHART
❍: means that these modes can be used together.
×: means that these modes cannot be used together. The mode before you select
will be the mode you’re working in.
●: means that these modes cannot be used together. The mode after you select will
be the mode you’re working in.
COPYING
The following shows the combinations of functions.
*1: Only the Erase Border mode can be used together.
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COMBINATION CHART
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WHAT TO DO IF SOMETHING
GOES WRONG
IF YOUR COPIER DOES NOT START ..................................................................... 48
WHAT TO DO IF SOMETHING GOES WRONG
IF YOU CANNOT MAKE CLEAR COPIES ............................................................. 49
IF YOU CANNOT MAKE COPIES AS YOU WANT ................................................. 51
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IF YOUR COPIER DOES NOT START
IF YOUR COPIER DOES NOT START
◆When Messages are Displayed
This is a summary of important messages. If a message not listed here is
displayed, take corrective action by following the instructions in the message.
Message
Problem/cause
Corrective action
❑ Please wait.
· This message is dis- · Wait for the machine to warm-up.
played after turning · You can make the copy job settings.
the main switch on,
⇒ See “Auto Start” on page 24.
adding toner, or re- · If you turn the main switch on, you
placing the PCU.
have to wait about 35 seconds until
the machine can make copies.
· The machine initialize about 3 minutes after adding toner.
· The machine initialize about 2 minutes after replacing the PCU.
❑ Cannot detect
orig. size.
· Improper original is · If non-standard size original is set,
set. ⇒ See page 3.
select copy paper by using the [Paper] key rather than by using Auto
Paper Select. Do not use the Auto
Reduce/Enlarge.
· Set originals on the exposure glass,
or enter the non-standard original
size ⇒ See pages 4 and 6.
· Original is not set.
❑ Check orig.
direct.
❑ Check paper
size.
❑ Sorting with this
size is impossible.
❑ Max. quantity:
##.
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· Set the original.
· There is no copy pa- · Set the original in the same direcper that is the same dition as the copy paper.
rection as the origi- · Pressing the Start key to copy the
nals.
image to the selected copy paper.
· There is no copy pa- · Check the paper size, and select
per that matches the
the proper paper size.
reproduction ratio.
__
· Check the copy paper size that can
be used for the Sorting. For large
paper sizes, the optional memory
unit is required.
· The number of copies · You can change the limit on the
exceeds the limit.
number of copies which can be
made at a time. ⇒ See page 58.
IF YOUR COPIER DOES NOT START
IF YOU CANNOT MAKE CLEAR COPIES
Message
Problem/cause
Corrective action
❑ Reset the Duplex Tray.
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· Reset the duplex tray (unit) correctly. ⇒ See page viii.
❑ Service Call this
function is not
available. Press
Cancel to exit.
· The machine has a
problem.
· Press the [Cancel] key. Call your
service representative.
· The Energy Save mode
is set.
· Press Clear Modes/Energy Saver
key to cancel the Energy Save
mode.
· The main switch is
turned off.
· Turn on the main switch.
❑ Panel display is
invisible.
❑ The machine
does not work
after turning on
the main switch.
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· Turn on theAC switch. ⇒ See page
viii.
IF YOU CANNOT MAKE CLEAR COPIES
The following shows the causes of unclear copies and corrective actions.
Problem
❑ Copies appear
dirty.
Cause
Corrective action
· Image density is too · Adjust the image density. ⇒ See
page 11.
dark.
· Auto image Density is · Select Auto Image Density.
not selected.
❑ Reverse side of
an original image is copied.
· Image density is too · Adjust the image density. ⇒ See
page 11.
dark.
· Auto Image Density is · Select Auto Image Density.
not selected.
❑ A shadow appears on copies
if you use the
pasted originals.
· Image density is too · Adjust the image density. ⇒ See
page 11.
dark.
· Change the setting direction of the
original.
· Put mending tape on the pasted
part.
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WHAT TO DO IF SOMETHING GOES WRONG
◆ Others
IF YOU CANNOT MAKE CLEAR COPIES
Problem
Cause
Corrective action
❑ Something other
than the original
image is copied.
· Exposure glass, platen · Clean the exposure glass, platen
cover, and document feeder belt.
cover, or document
⇒ See “MAINTAINING YOUR MAfeeder belt are dirty.
CHINE” in “General Reference”.
❑ Copies are too
light.
· Image density is too · Select Auto Image Density. Adjust
the image density. ⇒ See page 11.
light.
· Improper copy paper · If you copy onto rough grain paper, paper with a processed suris set.
face, or dump paper, the copy
might be too light. Change to dry,
and undamaged paper.
· Toner cartridge is al- · Replace the toner cartridge with a
new one. ⇒ See “ADDING TONER”
most empty.
in “General Reference”.
❑ Parts of the image are not copied.
· Original is not set in · Set the original correctly. ⇒ See
page 4.
the correct location.
❑ Copies are blank.
· Original is not set cor- · Set the original face down on the
exposure glass.
rectly.
Set the original face up in the document feeder. ⇒ See page 5.
❑ Moire pattern is
produced on copies.
· Your original has dot · Sometimes, a moire pattern can be
prevented by changing the setting
pattern image or many
direction of the original.
lines.
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· Improper paper size is · Select the proper paper size.
⇒ See page 13.
selected.
IF YOU CANNOT MAKE COPIES AS YOU WANT
IF YOU CANNOT MAKE COPIES
AS YOU WANT
❑ Some of the se- · Selected functions · Check the combination of funclected functions
tions. Select the appropriate funccannot be combined.
are unavailable.
tions. ⇒ See page 45.
❑ In Double Cop- · Combination of origiies mode, parts nal and copy paper is · Select the proper original and copy
paper. ⇒ See page 38.
of the original
not correct.
image are not
copied.
❑ In Centre/Bor- · Margin is too wide.
· Set the narrower margin using the
der mode, parts
· Margin of your original user tools.
of the original
⇒ See “Erase Border” on page 59.
is too narrow.
image are not
⇒ See “Erase Centre” on page 59.
copied.
❑ Parts of the · Binding margin is too · Set the narrower margin. ⇒ See
page 59.
original image wide.
are not copied · Margin opposite to the
when making 2- binding margin is too
narrow.
sided copies.
◆ Combine
Problem
Cause
Corrective action
❑ Parts of the im- · Your set originals are · It is impossible to combine originals
age are not cop- not identical in size as they are not identical in size and
ied or parts of
direction. Copy these originals with
and direction.
the copy paper
the same size paper, set copies
are blank.
which are identical in size and direction, and then select Combine.
❑ Order of copies · Your set originals are · When you set a stack of originals
is not correct.
in the document feeder, the first
in incorrect order.
page must be on top.
When you set an original on the
exposure glass, start with the first
page to be copied.
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WHAT TO DO IF SOMETHING GOES WRONG
Problem
Corrective action
Cause
❑ Misfeeds occur · Paper size setting is · Set the correct paper size using the
frequently.
user tools. ⇒ See “CHANGING
incorrect.
THE PAPER SIZE” in “General
Reference”.
IF YOU CANNOT MAKE COPIES AS YOU WANT
◆Duplex
Problem
Cause
Corrective action
❑ Order of copies · Your originals are set · When you set a stack of originals
is not correct.
in the document feeder, the first
in incorrect order.
page must be on top.
· When you set an original on the
exposure glass, start with the first
page to be copied.
❑ Orientation of · Your originals are set
copies (Top to in incorrect direction. · Align the top of originals to the rear
scale. ⇒ See page 30.
Top, Top to Bot❑ You can set B4, 8½ × 14" or larger
tom) is not cororiginals as follows.
rect.
When doing this, take action ➊ or ➋.
➊ Select “Top to Bottom” to make
copies in “Top to Top” orientation.
Select “Top to Top” to make copies in “Top to Bottom” orientation.
➋ Alternate the originals as shown
below when setting them.
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CHANGING THE
MACHINE′′S SETTINGS
ACCESSING THE USER TOOLS (COPY FEATURES) ............................................... 54
Returning To Copy Mode ............................................................................................. 55
USER TOOLS MENU (COPY FEATURES) ................................................................ 56
SETTINGS YOU CAN CHANGE WITH THE USER TOOLS ....................................... 57
CHANGING THE
MACHINE’S SETTINGS
General Features 1/2 .................................................................................................... 57
General Features 2/2 .................................................................................................... 58
Adjust Image 1/2 ........................................................................................................... 59
Adjust Image 2/2 ........................................................................................................... 60
Input/Output 1/2 ........................................................................................................... 61
Input/Output 2/2 ........................................................................................................... 62
SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE SETTINGS ................................................................... 62
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ACCESSING THE USER TOOLS (COPY FEATURES)
ACCESSING THE USER TOOLS
(COPY FEATURES)
The User Tools allows you to change the default values for each function and
to customize the machine’s operation so it matches your most frequent needs.
❑ Change the default settings when the machine is in a different mode from the
normal copy mode. After that, be sure to return the machine to normal copy
mode.
❑ The stored settings are not canceled by turning the power off or by pressing the
Clear Modes/Energy Saver key.
❑ For information about the user tools for system setting, see “CHANGING THE
MACHINE’S SETTINGS” in “General Reference.”
❑ For information about the settings for the optional fax and printer modes, see
each Operating Instructions.
◆Key operations
↓Next] key changes the screen.
❑ Pressing the [↑
↑Prev.] or [↓
❑ Pressing the [PrevMenu] key returns to the previous menu.
1
Make sure that the machine is
ready for copying.
❑ If the Copy mode display is not
displayed, press the Copy key.
2
Press the User Tools key. The
User Tools Main Menu screen
is displayed.
3
Press the [Copy] key. The
Copy Features screen is displayed.
4
Enter the number of the item
that you want to change settings
with the Number key.
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ACCESSING THE USER TOOLS (COPY FEATURES)
5
Search for the setting you want to change with the [↓
↓Next] key. Enter
its number with the Number key.
⇒ See “USER TOOLS MENU (COPY FEATURES)” on page 56.
6
Change the default settings by following the instructions in the display
message. Then, press the [OK] key.
❑ ⇒ See “SETTINGS YOU CAN CHANGE WITH THE USER TOOLS” on page 57.
❑ Pressing the [OK] key sets the new settings and returns you to the previous
selection screen.
❑ Pressing the [Cancel] key cancels the new settings and returns you to the previous selection screen.
Returning To Copy Mode
Press the User Tools key after
changing the default settings.
The machine returns to the
Copy mode.
CHANGING THE
MACHINE’S SETTINGS
1
❑ You can also returns to the Copy
mode by pressing the [Exit] key on
the User Tools Main Menu screen.
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USER TOOLS MENU (COPY FEATURES)
USER TOOLS MENU (COPY FEATURES)
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SETTINGS YOU CAN CHANGE WITH THE USER TOOLS
SETTINGS YOU CAN CHANGE WITH THE
USER TOOLS
❑ For details on accessing the user tools, ⇒ see page 54.
❑ Shaded items (
) are selected as the default setting.
General Features 1/2
Description
Procedure
2 AID Priority (Auto Image Density Priority)
· “Text”
If you do not press the Original Type key,
Text mode is selected as a default. With this
user tool, you can select/cancel the Auto Image Density with Text mode. If you select
“Yes” (Auto Image Density is selected), this
is useful for copying originals with dirty backgrounds.
➊ Select “ Text ” or “Photo” with the
< or > key.
➋ Press the [OK] key.
➌ Select “No” or “ Yes ” with the
< or > key.
➍ Press the [OK] key.
* This setting is also applied to the Text/Photo mode.
· “Photo”
As a default, Auto Image Density is not selected when you select Photo mode with
the Original Type key. You can cancel this
setting.
3 Original Priority
➊ Select a type of originals with the
· Changes the type of originals to be selected
< or > key.
when the power is turned on or when modes
“ Text ”, ”Photo” or “Text · Photo”
are cleared.
➋ Press the [OK] key.
4 Show All Keys
➊ Select “No” or “ Yes ” with the
· When “Yes”, [Reduce], [Enlarge] and [100%]
< or > key.
keys, and paper sizes in the trays are shown ➋ Press the [OK] key.
on the display. When “No”, the keys are hidden as below.
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CHANGING THE
MACHINE’S SETTINGS
1 APS Priority (Auto Paper Select Priority)
➊ Select “No” or “ Yes ” with the
· As a default setting, Auto Paper Select is
< or > key.
selected when the power is turned on, or ➋ Press the [OK] key.
modes are reset. You can cancel this setting.
SETTINGS YOU CAN CHANGE WITH THE USER TOOLS
❑ For details on accessing the user tools, ⇒ see page 54.
❑ Shaded items (
) are selected as the default setting.
General Features 2/2
Description
Procedure
5 Max. Copy Q’ty (Maximum Copy Quantity) ➊ Enter the number with the Num· The maximum copy quantity can be set beber keys.
tween 1 and 99.
· The entry value must be from 1 to
99 .
➋ Press the [OK] key.
6 Original Beeper
➊ Select “Off” or “ On ” with the <
· Specifies whether or not to sound the beeper
or > key.
to tell you that an original is left on the ex- ➋ Press the [OK] key.
posure glass.
❑ If the Panel Beeper is set to OFF, this function does not come effect. ⇒ See “SETTINGS YOU CAN CHANGE WITH THE
USER TOOLS” of “General Reference”.
➊ Enter 1 or 2 with Number keys.
7 Photo Mode
“1 :Memory Copy :On”
· You can select the resolution when you se“2 :Memory Copy :Off”
lect the Photo mode by Original Type key.
➋ Select “Fine”, “Normal”, or
“Coarse” with the < or > key.
Memory Copy On : Fine
Memory Copy Off : Normal
➌ Press the [OK] key.
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SETTINGS YOU CAN CHANGE WITH THE USER TOOLS
❑ For details on accessing the user tools, ⇒ see page 54.
❑ Shaded items (
) are selected as the default setting.
Adjust Image 1/2
Procedure
Description
2 Erase Centre
➊ Enter the width with the Number
· Changes the width of the center to be erased
keys.
in Erase Centre mode.
The width can be changed as fol⇒ See page 39.
lows:
· Metric version: 3 to 50 mm in 1
mm steps. ( 10 mm )
· Inch version: 0.1" ~ 2.0" in 0.1"
steps ( 0.4" )
➋ Press the [OK] key.
3 Left Dup. Margin (Left Duplex Margin)
(optional duplex tray required)
· Changes the left binding margin on the reverse side when you make two-sided copies from one-sided originals.
⇒ See page 30.
➊ Enter the width with the Number
keys.
The width can be changed as follows:
· Metric version: 0 to 50 mm in 1
mm steps. ( 5 mm )
· Inch version: 0 ~ 2.0" in 0.1"
steps ( 0.2" )
➋ Press the [OK] key.
4 Top Dup. Margin (Top Duplex Margin)
(optional duplex tray required)
· Changes the top binding margin on the reverse side when you make two-sided copies from one-sided originals.
⇒ See page 30.
➊ Enter the width with the Number
keys.
The width can be changed as follows:
· Metric version: 0 to 50 mm in 1
mm steps. ( 5 mm )
· Inch version: 0 ~ 2.0" in 0.1"
steps ( 0.2" )
➋ Press the [OK] key.
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CHANGING THE
MACHINE’S SETTINGS
➊ Enter the width with the Number
1 Erase Border
keys.
· Changes the width of the border to be
The width can be changed as folerased in Erase Border mode.
lows:
⇒ See page 39.
· Metric version: 3 to 50 mm in 1
mm steps. ( 10 mm )
· Inch version: 0.1" ~ 2.0" in 0.1"
steps ( 0.4" )
➋ Press the [OK] key.
SETTINGS YOU CAN CHANGE WITH THE USER TOOLS
❑ For details on accessing the user tools, ⇒ see page 54.
❑ Shaded items (
) are selected as the default setting.
Adjust Image 2/2
Description
Procedure
5 D. Copy Sep. Line (Double Copies Sepa- ➊ Select a type of separation lines
with the < or > key.
ration Line)
· Changes the type of separation lines for
“ None ”, “Solid”, “Broken”, or
double copies.
“Crop marks”
⇒ See page 38.
➋ Press the [OK] key.
None
Solid
Broken
Crop
marks
6 Comb/IR Sep. Line (Combine/Image ➊ Select a type of separation lines
Repeat Separation Line)
with the < or > key.
· Changes the type of separation lines for
“None”, “Solid”, “Broken 1”, “BroCombine and Repeat modes ⇒ See pages
ken 2”, or “Crop Marks”
35 and 42.
➋ Press the [OK] key.
None
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Solid
Broken 1
Broken 2
Crop
marks
SETTINGS YOU CAN CHANGE WITH THE USER TOOLS
❑ For details on accessing the user tools, ⇒ see page 54.
❑ Shaded items (
) are selected as the default setting.
Description
Procedure
1 Duplex Auto Eject (optional duplex tray
required)
· As a default setting, when making two-sided
copies from one-sided originals, the last
copy paper can exit from the duplex tray
automatically with the back side blank. You
can change this setting.
❑ This function is ineffective when you set
one original at a time on the exposure glass
or in the document feeder.
➊ Select “No” or “ Yes ” with the
< or > key.
➋ Press the [OK] key.
2 Comb. Auto Eject (Combine Auto Eject) ➊ Select “No” or “ Yes ” with the
· As a default setting, even if the number of
< or > key.
originals in the document feeder is less than ➋ Press the [OK] key.
the entered number in the Combine mode,
copies can be made. You can change this
setting.
❑ This function is ineffective when you set
one original at a time on the exposure glass
or in the document feeder.
3 Original Count (optional document ➊ Select “ No ” or “Yes” with the <
feeder required)
or > key.
· Specifies whether or not to display the num- ➋ Press the [OK] key.
ber of originals fed via the document feeder.
❑ If you select “Yes”, the display shows the
number of originals fed via the document
feeder and copy count while copying. The
entered copy sets are not displayed.
4 SADF Auto Reset (optional document
feeder required)
· When you set one original at a time in the
document feeder, the document feeder is
ready for another (next) original after the
selected time. You can adjust this time.
⇒ See page 5.
➊ Enter the time with the Number
keys.
· The entry value must be from 4
seconds to 60 seconds (in 1 second steps).
· 4 seconds
➋ Press the [OK] key.
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CHANGING THE
MACHINE’S SETTINGS
Input/Output 1/2
SETTINGS YOU CAN CHANGE WITH THE USER TOOLS
SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE SETTINGS
❑ For details on accessing the user tools, ⇒ see page 54.
❑ Shaded items (
) are selected as the default setting.
Input/Output 2/2
Description
Procedure
5 Rotate Sort
· By default, the Rotate Sort is selected when
you use sorting function. You can cancel this
setting.
➊ Select “No” or “ Yes ” with the
< or > key.
➋ Press the [OK] key.
6 R. Srt. Auto Pap. Cont (Rotate Sort Auto ➊ Select “ No ” or “Yes” with the
Paper Continue)
< or > key.
· In the Rotate Sort mode you can specify ➋ Press the [OK] key.
whether or not to continue copying onto
available copy paper in the following cases:
· When K or L copy paper runs out during copying.
· When copy paper identical in size but different in direction is not set in the paper
tray.
SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE SETTINGS
Some features can be adjusted by your service representative to suit your
needs. This section gives a brief description of these features. For more
information, contact your service representative.
A3, 11" x 17" Double Count
When you use A3, 11" x 17" paper, your service representative can set the
machine to count each A3, 11" x 17" as two copies.
Auto Paper Select Small Size Detection (for metric version)
Your service representative can sets the machine to detect the original size
on the exposure glass as A5 K whenever the machine cannot detect it with
Auto Paper Select.
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SPECIFICATIONS
MAINFRAME ....................................................................................................... 64
OPTIONAL COPIER MEMORY UNIT (8 MB) ......................................................... 66
SPECIFICATIONS
OPTIONAL COPIER MEMORY UNIT (4 MB) ......................................................... 66
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MAINFRAME
MAINFRAME
Configuration:
Desktop
Photosensitivity type:
KS III OPC drum (φ 30)
Original scanning:
One-dimensional solid scanning system
through CCD
Copy process:
Dry electrostatic transfer system
Development:
Dry two-component magnetic brush development system
Fusing:
Heating roll system
Resolution:
400 dpi
Grayscale:
256 levels
Exposure glass:
Stationary original exposure type
Original reference position: Rear left corner
Warm-up time:
Within 35 seconds (20 °C)
Originals:
Sheet/book/objects
Maximum original size:
A3L, 297 x 420 mm, 11" × 17" L
Copy paper size:
See page 22 of the “General Reference”
Duplex tray: See page 70 of the “General
Reference”.
Copy paper weight:
Paper tray:
60 - 90 g/m2 (16 - 24 lb)
Bypass tray:
60 - 157 g/m2 (16 - 41 lb)
Duplex tray:
60 - 90 g/m2 (16 - 24 lb)
Non-reproduction area:
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Leading edge:
Left edge:
Trailing edge:
Right edge:
3 ± 2 mm
2 ± 1.5 mm
4 mm or less
3 mm or less
MAINFRAME
less than 9.8 seconds
(A4K, 8½" × 11"K feeding from 1st paper
tray and exiting to internal tray 1)
less than 8.8 seconds
(A4K, 8½" × 11"K feeding from 1st paper
tray and exiting to external tray)
Copying speed:
11 copies/minute (A3 L, 11" × 17" L)
20 copies/minute (A4 K, 8½" × 11" K)
* in the Memory Copy mode
Reproduction ratio:
Preset reproduction ratios ;
Enlargement
Full Size
Metric version
Inch version
400%
400%
200%
200%
141%
155%
122%
129%
115%
121%
100%
100%
93%
93%
87%
85%
82%
77%
61%
65%
50%
50%
25%
25%
Reduction
Zoom:
Tolerance:
Picture element density:
SPECIFICATIONS
First copy time:
25 - 400% (in 1% steps)
100% ± 1% (main scan,
subscan)
Enlarge/Reduce: ± 1%
(main scan, subscan)
400 dpi
Continuous copying count: 1 - 99 copies
❑ Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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OPTIONAL COPIER MEMORY UNIT (8 MB)
OPTIONAL COPIER MEMORY UNIT (4 MB)
OPTIONAL COPIER MEMORY UNIT (8 MB)
Memory capacity:
8 MB
Number of originals
to be stored:
Up to 99 pages (reference value based on
ITU-T No.1 chart)
Approximately 75 pages (reference value
based on ITU-T No.4 chart)
Additional function:
Sort with B4, 8½" × 14" or larger originals
Duplex (1-sided → 2-sided) with B4, 8½" × 14"
or larger originals
❑ Specifications are subject to change without notice.
OPTIONAL COPIER MEMORY UNIT (4 MB)
Memory capacity:
4 MB
Number of originals
to be stored:
Up to 99 pages (reference value based on
ITU-T No.1 chart)
Approximately 45 pages (reference value
based on ITU-T No.4 chart)
Additional function:
Sort with B4, 8½" × 14" or larger originals
Duplex (1-sided → 2-sided) with B4, 8½" × 14"
or larger originals
❑ Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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INDEX
INDEX
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INDEX
INDEX
Symbols
B
+Zoom Up key x, 27
BASIC PROCEDURE 10
-Zoom Down key x, 27
BYPASS TRAY 19
< > xii
Bypass tray viii
[↑Prev.] xii
[↓Next] xii
[Cancel] xii
[Clear] key 18
[Combine] key 36
[Copy] key 54
[Enlarge] 26
[Exit] xii
[Menu] xii
[OK] xii
[Output] key 18
[PrevMenu] xii
[Reduce] 26
[Series] key 34
1000-sheet tray unit (option) viii
A
A3, 11" x 17" Double Count 62
AC switch viii
Adjust Image 59, 60
AID Priority 57
APS Priority 57
Auto Image Density 11
Auto Image Density key xi
Auto Paper Select 13
Auto Paper Select Small Size Detection 62
Auto Reduce/Enlarge 14
Auto Reduce/Enlarge key x, 15
Auto Start 24
C
Clear Modes/Energy Saver key xi
Clear/Stop key xi
Comb. Auto Eject 61
Comb/IR Sep. Line 60
COMBINATION CHART 45
Combination of Auto and Manual
Image Density 12
Combine 35, 51
Combine/Series Copies key x, 34, 36
Copy Features 54
Copy Mode 55
Copy Paper 13
D
D. Copy Sep. Line 60
D. Size Mag. key 28
Direct. Mag.(%) key 30
Directional Magnification (%) key x
Directional Magnification(%) 29
Directional Size Magnification 28
Directional Size Magnification key x
Double Copies 38
Double Copies key x
Duplex 30, 52
Duplex Auto Eject 61
Duplex key x
Duplex Tray viii
Duplex Tray 49
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E
Max. Copy Q’ty 58
EDITING 42
Max. quantity 48
Editing 42
Memory Copy key xi, 13
Editing key x, 43, 44
messages 48
Enter key xi
Erase Border 59
Erase Center 59
N
Number keys xi
Erase Centre/Border 39
Erase Centre/Border key x, 40
Exposure glass viii
O
External tray viii
OPERATION PANEL x
Operation panel viii
F
Front cover viii
Function key xi
OPTIONAL COPIER MEMORY UNIT
(4 MB) 66
OPTIONAL COPIER MEMORY UNIT
(8 MB) 66
Options ix
G
Orientn 32
General Features 58
orig. size. 48
General Features 1/2 57
Original Beeper 24, 58
Original Count 61
I
Input/Output 61, 62, 62
Internal tray 1 viii
Internal tray 2 (option) viii
Interrupt key xi, 23
Original Priority 57
Original Type 12
Original Type key xi
ORIGINALS 2
Originals Of Special Sizes 6
Overlay 44
L
Left side cover viii
Lighter and Darkey keys xi
P
INDEX
Left Dup. Margin 59
Panel Display xii, xi
paper size 48
Paper tray viii
M
Photo 13
MACHINE’S SETTINGS 53
Photo Mode 58
Main switch viii
Platen cover viii
Manual Image Density 12
Program 22
Manual Paper Select 14
Program key xi, 22
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R
R. Srt. Auto Pap. Cont 62
Reduce/Enlarge 25
Repeat 42
Right Side Cover viii
Rotate Sort 16, 62
S
SADF Auto Reset 61
Series Copies 34
Setting Originals 4
Show All Keys 57
Sort 16
Sorter key x, 18
Special Size Copy Paper 20
Specifications 63, 67
Start key xi
T
Text 13
Text/Photo 12
Top Dup. Margin 59
Top to Top/Top to Bottom 32
U
User Code mode 10
USER TOOLS 54
User Tools key x, 54
USER TOOLS MENU 56
V
Ventilation hole viii
Z
Zoom 27
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