The Process -
process involves six major steps following the purchase of a
previously owned copier. All phases of the remanufacturing
process are done under one roof. This process has taken roughly
four years to develop and implement. The result has taken this
exciting field of office equipment remanufacturing to new levels
of reliability, performance and customer expectations. Each
machine gets returned to its original manufacturers'
specifications. The following is a brief glimpse of the process
referred to earlier.
- Take it apart.
In this step each machine gets completely stripped of all
assemblies until there's nothing left except the treated steel
- Clean it thoroughly.
extracted parts and assemblies including the frame are
rigorously cleaned using a combination of suction and compressor
driven air blowing techniques.
- Assess and order.
In this phase a master parts list is compiled for the machine
and parts deemed required for the complete rebuild, including
any update kits, are ordered.
- Put it back together.
After all assemblies are cleaned and rebuilt, they are
reinstalled into the frame. The refinished panels are
reinstalled and the machine is moved to the final phase of its
All functions and all accessories get thoroughly tested. Copy
quality (using factory Canon test charts) is assessed ensuring
machine is up to OEM specifications. Machine is completed, ready
for end user.