Kyocera Mita KM-3035 Review
The Kyocera Mita KM-3035 is a multifunction machine developed by Kyocera Mita to handle high volume document production with its durable and hardy parts and components. The Kyocera Mita KM-3035 is also built to provide highly satisfactory performance that will surely make business and work group users want this sturdy yet smooth performer to take care of their document production needs, from printing to faxing documents with ease, comfort and cost-efficiency.
The Kyocera Mita KM-3035 is a desktop type multifunction system that uses the Kyocera Mita laser technology to handle print and copy functions. Output speeds can reach a maximum of 30 pages per minute (ppm) on A4 paper types and up to 20 ppm on A3. First copy results are blazing fast, able to produce one output in about 3.9 seconds or less, making the Kyocera Mita KM-3035 one of the fastest multifunction systems in the market. Warm up time are as impressive; considering that it is a multifunction device, the Kyocera Mita KM-3035 is ready for production in less than 25 seconds. For its print features, this multifunction system has eMPS, which is for quick copy, proof and hold, private print, storage and job management that can be incorporated with its hard disk. The Kyocera Mita KM-3035 also has 136 scalable PostScript fonts that allow versatility in every application, with emulation support featuring PCL6, KPDL3, Line Printer, IBM Printer and PDF direct print among others.
For its copy function, the Kyocera Mita KM-3035 offers continuous copying from 1 to 999 copies, with a standard memory of 64 MB. Virtual memory space is also available through 20 GB HDD, which can be combined with its 64 MB memory to maximize handling complex and customized copying jobs. Maximum memory upgrade can reach up to 576 MB. Magnification presets are also available, with ratios amounting to 21 for reduction and 9 for enlargement. The Kyocera Mita KM-3035 copy function also has automatic and manual exposure handling, with image adjustments for text and photo separately and combined. Other digital features include interrupt copy, electronic sort, rotate sort, rotate copy, split copy, page numbering, mirror, margin shift, image centering and repeat copy among others.
The Kyocera Mita KM-3035 runs with a PowerPC750 CX that has a 500 MHz capacity that enables this machine to produce results with impressive accuracy and consistency.
The Kyocera Mita KM-3035 offers its single platform technology to handle document printing, exclusive from Kyocera Mita, which allows the same driver to be used for every KM device within a network, from desktop printers to multifunction systems. Other connectivity features include the standard high speed bi-directional parallel port IEEE 1284, USB 2.0, fast Ethernet 10/100 Base-TX, plus 2 KUIO-LV slots. The Kyocera Mita KM-3035 also has the MIC or Multiple Interface Connection, which enables simultaneous data transfer up to four interfaces, with each of them having their own virtual printer.
Scan and fax functions are optional for the Kyocera Mita KM-3035, with its scan functionality having scan-to-PC, email and network TWAIN. Scan output speeds can be up to 50 originals per minute. Scan resolutions are 600 to 200 dpi, with 256 greyscale levels. Fax function features ITU-IT Super G3 modem with a maximum speed of 33.6 Kpbs. Transmission speeds can be as fast as 3 seconds or less, while standard memory is set at 4 MB that can be increased up to 8 MB. Fax features include network faxing, rotate transmission and duplex fax reception among others.
Paper handling for the Kyocera Mita KM-3035 features an input capacity of 2 500-sheet universal paper cassettes, which can be increased to 4,200-sheet capacity by adding optional document finishers. For its output capacity, the Kyocera Mita KM-3035 has 250 sheets maximum. Duplexing capability is also a standard feature.
With its flexibility and abundance of features, it is hard to find a component of the Kyocera Mita KM-3035 not appealing. Some users might find its size an issue, but such is the case for a sturdy multifunction machine that is built to produce at a high volume rate. The only caveat for this multifunction printer is its lack of color output capability, which some multifunction in the market have.
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