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Xerox ColorQube 8580/DN Color Solid Ink Printer

  • Up to 51 ppm
  • 2400 Fine Point Resolution
  • USB and Ethernet Compatible
  • Duplex Printing

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  • Michael G.
  • 10/9/2015 7:35:23 AM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
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3 out of 5 eggsExtended warranty the worst

This review is from: Xerox ColorQube 8570/DN Color Solid Ink Printer

Pros: The printer is great. I would purchase again. You get a lot of pages out of the ink for your money.

Cons: The extended warranty that i purchased from New Egg is the worst. I am still waiting for the company that is suppose to work on my printer to call me. So far it has been a week now. When i spoke to the company that was assigned to work on my printer, they said they had no idea about working with AIG to service Xerox printers under extended warranties.

Other Thoughts: Purchase this printer for sure just not the extended warranty.

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  • GIFT R.
  • 2/19/2014 12:06:00 PM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year


This review is from: Xerox ColorQube 8570/DN Color Solid Ink Printer

Pros: I see that a lot of people are complaining about the high cost of repairs.

Maybe they don't know about Xerox's Lifetime Free Repair Service?

It's called "econcierge" service and if you buy your supplies from Xerox you never have to worry about a repair bill again!!

They will also replace the printer if repairs are extensive under the "Xerox Total Satisfaction" Guarantee.

Cons: Must buy Genuine Xerox Supplies (No Compatibles)
little more expensive, but the free service more than makes up for it.

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1 out of 5 eggsDO NOT BUY

This review is from: Xerox ColorQube 8570/DN Color Solid Ink Printer

Pros: The wax squares are easy to replace.

Cons: Gave nothing but troubles. When we got it, appeared to be new, had a European bios. had to get a tech out to flash it. About 6 months in, it needed an almost complete overhual. Before we replaced it, had a local printer tech inspect it, needed $400 worth of parts to fix, Xerox wanted $200 for an extended warranty. Was very loud, and slow.

Other Thoughts: get a hp450 series for about $350

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  • Martin P.
  • 11/18/2013 1:23:16 AM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

3 out of 5 eggsXerox issues

This review is from: Xerox ColorQube 8570/DN Color Solid Ink Printer

Pros: Superb color printing.

Cons: Cost and repairs. If you're a home user who only prints color every now and then this printer is not for you.

Unlike the other IT tech who commented how great this model is I am here to counter his comment, as a certified Xerox tech I can tell you what will go wrong and about what time it will happen.

You can plan on some major repairs around 80,000 - 120,000 pages. The process drive assy, maintenance camshaft, drum maint pivot plate, media drive assy, electronic control assy, and print head are going to go bad. Around 120,000 pages and up you can plan on replacing the transfix arms and cam assy.

Then there is the problem with the process drive mounting pins which will snap off, the only way to repair that is to use a kit from Xerox where you have to drill out the old pins and install the new metal kit.

Unlike laser printers and inkjet printers these solid ink Xerox printers have a lot of moving parts which are synched and work in timing with each other, one part goes bad and the whole printer is down.

Other Thoughts: I think everyone should know the truth about what they are buying and if you're going to spend this much money on a printer you should know the inherent problems that equipment will have. Now Xerox support is great and if you have warranty they get you back up and running ASAP.

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  • Spyros A.
  • 8/29/2013 4:13:22 PM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsXero nonsense

This review is from: Xerox ColorQube 8570/DN Color Solid Ink Printer

Pros: I've had two years experience with Xerox products, in a high print volume business. A mistake people make when purchasing a Xerox product is not to check into their exclusive eConcierge service. In my office, there are an 8550DN, 8560MFP, and an 8570. Both the 8550DN and the 8570 have well over half-a-million pages on them. The 8550 was installed Aug, 2006; the 8570 was installed by me in Feb. 2012. The 8550 has 800,000 pages on it, and Xerox has been out to service it ONCE, and they did so for free because I was on the eConcierge program. I STRONGLY suggest you look into it. It's free, and they cover your printers for LIFE as long as you're under the program.

If you need a printer that can withstand print jobs whose magnitude is measured in REAMS for YEARS non-stop, then this printer is for you.

One of the ways that I judge a good printer is by the noises they make -- there should be no grinding, no clashing or smashing or otherwise clumsy movements -- every operation should be as graceful as a ballerina. You can hear how well designed this printer actually is, just by listening to it.

All the buttons are firm and well engineered. They're designed to be punched -- over and over and over again. They're actually pleasant to actuate.

Network compatibility is no-nonsense, half-duplex, full duplex 10/BASE-T 100/BASE-T and so on, A and B configuration -- it all works.

One of the things that people rarely mention in printer reviews is the speed of the print processor. If you're someone who sends serious print jobs to a printer, then this is DEFINITELY a factor. I've sent print jobs to this printer that go into the gigs, and it churns them out without a problem.

I've even logged into this printer through telnet and done the printer equivalent of the fuzzy-doughnut test -- postscript fractals -- the jobs I sent to that printer have crashed printers twenty times the cost of this one. It ray-traces like a HPC cluster.

Another nice thing about this printer is that the way it is built -- it's pretty much idiot proof. All the inks are colored and shaped like jigsaw puzzles, so it's pretty much impossible to put the wrong ink in the wrong slot. You can be really rough with the paper tray, too.

Earlier, I mentioned this printer is supported under the Xerox eConcierge program. It's the best thing since buttered bread -- google it.

Also, the print quality from these printers is the best print quality I've seen in my entire career as a technician. Flawless magazine-quality prints. Sharp text. It's perfect. If striping starts to happen, you can fix it by cleaning/enabling/disabling certain jets, too.

Some very specific pros:
-- Postscript compatible
-- Xerox eConcierge; they stand by their products
-- High-Page yield for each cube of ink
-- Pleasant noises while printing.
-- Nice buttons
-- Expandable memory
-- Good network support
-- fast processor
-- Idiot proof
-- Reliable

Cons: There aren't very many cons to this printer, but the one thing I can say is that it is surprisingly heavy. It's so heavy that if you're going to be moving it for any extreme distance, you pretty much need a dolly. Stairs? Get another person to help you.

Another con to this printer is the cost of the ink. It's pretty expensive. Four sticks of black is $150, for a total of about 8600 pages of yield. and each of the colors is about $150 for two sticks. This printer also requires "Maintenance Kits" which are either $50 or $100 each, depending on which version you get.

Another con is that this printer is very expensive. This printer is the kind of printer you want to buy if you're finding yourself replacing printers often. The duty cycle for this printer boils down to about five reams of paper a day. The expense of this printer is perfectly justified if you're running a law firm or a doctors office.

Another con for this printer is not really a con, it's just something that people don't think about too often, these printers need to have their vents cleaned every so often to remove the dust.

That's about it.

Other Thoughts: I covered most of the facts in the pro and con section, but as an IT professional, it's critical that what I sell my clients actually does what they expect -- work forever. This is it.

I feel perfectly fine setting up doctors offices and law firms with just one of these printers for an office of 20, even if they're 200 miles away from me -- I know that I'm not going to have to go back out there and fix what I installed.

This is the printer you're looking for.

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  • James H.
  • 4/16/2013 10:12:29 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsIt's Solid Ink from here on out

This review is from: Xerox ColorQube 8570/DN Color Solid Ink Printer

Pros: Excellent print quality even when printing photos.
When warmed up, fast first page out as advertised.
Easy loading solid ink that produces a magazine quality feel.
Low cost of ownership compared to non-solid ink printers.
Prints on card stock and other thick paper.
Duplexer has run flawlessly for 1st 3 months of use.
Never have to replace drum unit b/c it does not have one.

Cons: Borderless printing not available.
If it matters to you, it is somewhat loud.

Other Thoughts: This is my first experience with a solid ink laser printer. For business printing using Adobe products, the quality is outstanding. I was surprised by the excellent quality for photo printing which exceeded the quality of my brand name ink jet. Goodbye inkjet! The solid ink produces a professional feel to a photo similar to a magazine. When you consider that blank ink costs approx $0.0165 per page and there is no drum unit to replace after 15k-25k pages, you can't beet the overall value this printer provides. If I ever buy another color laser, I gurantee it will be a solid ink laser.

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  • Nick T.
  • 2/6/2013 9:45:48 AM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

1 out of 5 eggsparts are very expensive

This review is from: Xerox ColorQube 8570/DN Color Solid Ink Printer

Pros: prints color.. when it works..

Cons: after 2 years (shortly after the warranty ended) got a print head error that requires $700+ in parts to repair. If I knew i was going to only get 2 years out of it I would have bought another brand.

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