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POWERSPEEDPresentedbythebizhubPRESS2250P 2Preparetotakeajourneywithusavisualquestthroughspeedandpowerinaction.Asseeninnature.Technology.Life.Throughmanandthemachine.ItsacelebrationofspeedandpoweratitsbestdeliveredonournewbizhubPRESS2250P.Thisadvancedhigh-speedhigh-volumeBWdigitalpressistheepitomeofpowerspeedandqualitygivingshapetoyourideas. 3 4THESPREADOFCIVILIZATIONMAYBELIKENEDTOAFIREFIRSTAFEEBLESPARKNEXTAFLICKERINGFLAMETHENAMIGHTYBLAZEEVERINCREASINGINSPEEDANDPOWER.NIKOLATESLA 5 6THEMOSTEXTREMETORNADOESCANATTAINWINDSPEEDSOFMORETHANMILESPERHOUR300 7 8VELO 9CITY 10speed 11noun1.rapidityinmovinggoingtravelingproceedingorperormingswitnessceleritythespeedolightthespeedosound.2.relativerapidityinmovinggoingetc.rateomotionorprogressullspeedahead.3.ullmaximumoroptimumrateomotionThecargetstospeedinjustnineseconds.4.Automotive.atransmissiongearratio.5.Photography.a.Alsocalledflmspeed.thesensitivityoaflmorpapertolightmeasuredbyanASAorDINindexwhichassignslownumberstoslowflmandhighernumberstoasterflm.b.Alsocalledshutterspeed.thelengthotimeashutterisopenedtoexposeflm.c.thelargestopeningatwhichalenscanbeused.verbusedwithobjectspedorspeededspeeding.9.topromotethesuccessoanaairundertakingetc.urtherorwardorexpedite.10.todirectthestepscoursewayetc.withspeed.11.toincreasetherateospeedousuallyollowedbyuptospeedupindustrialproduction.12.tobringtoaparticularspeedasamachine.13.tocausetomovegoorproceedwithspeed.verbusedwithoutobjectspedorspeededspeeding.16.tomovegopassorproceedwithspeedorrapidity.17.todriveavehicleataratethatexceedsthelegallyestablishedmaximumHewasarrestedorspeeding.18.toincreasetherateospeedorprogressusuallyollowedbyup.19.togetonorareinaspecifedorparticularmanner.20.Archaic.tosucceedorprosper. 12 13DIDYOUKNOWFLEASCANACCELERATE50TIMESFASTERTHANASPACESHUTTLE 14NospeedofwindorwaterrushingbyButyouhavespeedfargreater.YoucanclimbBackupastreamofradiancetotheskyAndbackthroughhistoryupthestreamoftime.AndyouweregiventhisswiftnessnotforhasteNorchieflythatyoumaygowhereyouwillButintherushofeverythingtowasteThatyoumayhavethepowerofstandingstillTwosuchasyouwithsuchamasterspeedCannotbepartednorbesweptawayFromoneanotheronceyouareagreedThatlifeisonlylifeforevermoreTogetherwingtowingandoartooar.byRobertFrostTheMasterSpeedOffanystillormovingthingyousay. 15 16mom 17entum 18thefastestrollercoasterreachesspeedsof149mph 19 20 21 22Ifeverythingseemsundercontrolnotgoingfastenough.yourejustMarioAndretti 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33Itisthegreatestshotoadrenalinetobedoingwhatyouhavewantedtodosobadlyyoualmostfeellikeyoucouldfywithouttheplane.CharlesLindbergh 34pou-ernoun1.abilitytodooractcapabilityofdoingoraccomplishingsomething.2.politicalornationalstrengththebalanceofpowerinEurope.3.greatormarkedabilitytodooractstrengthmightforce.4.thepossessionofcontrolorcommandoverothersauthorityascendancypowerovermensminds.5.politicalascendancyorcontrolinthegovernmentofacountrystateetc.Theyattainedpowerbyoverthrowingthelegalgovernment. 35powerverbusedwithobject21.tosupplywithelectricityorothermeansopowerAtomicenergypowersthenewsubmarines.22.togivepowertomakepowerulAnoutstandingquarterbackpoweredtheteaminitsupsetvictory.23.toinspirespursustainAstrongaithindivinegoodnesspowershislie.24.oauelengineoranysourceabletodoworktosupplyorcetooperateamachineAnelectricmotorpowersthisdrill.25.todriveorpushbyapplyingpowerShepoweredthecarexpertlyupthewindingmountainroad.adjective26.operatedordrivenbyamotororelectricityapowermowerpowertools.27.power-assistedHisnewcarhaspowerbrakesandpowerwindows.28.conductingelectricityapowercable.29.Inormal.expressingorexertingpowercharacteristicothosehavingauthorityorinfuencetohostapowerlunch. 36 37 38BewareforIamfearlessandthereforepowerful.MaryShelleyFrankenstein 39 40 41 42Beingpowerfulislikebeingalady.Ifyouhavetotellpeopleyouareyouarent.MargaretThatcher 43 44 45CastthebantlingontherocksSucklehimwiththeshe-wolfsteatWinteredwiththehawkandfoxPowerandspeedbehandsandfeet.RalphWaldoEmerson 46 47Aheroisanordinaryindividualwhofndsthestrengthtopersevereendureinspiteooverwhelmingobstacles.ChristopherReeve 48SOUNDTRAVELSALMOSTFASTERUNDERWATERTHANINAIR 49 50didyouknowbullscanrunfasteruphillthandown 51 52 53 54THESPEEDOFLIGHT299792458MS 55Thespeedoflightinvacuumcommonlydenotedcisauniversalphysicalconstantimportantinmanyareasofphysics. 56 57CompactfuorescentbulbsCFLuse90lessenergythanincandescentbulbs.IeveryhouseholdintheU.S.replacedoneincandescentlightwithaCFLitwouldsaveenoughenergytolight300millionhomesorayear. 58Didyouknowacheetahstopspeedis70mph70 59 609080706050 61403020 62askydiveris124mphtheaveragespeedof 63124 64 65Didyouknowawomansheartbeatsfasterthanamans 66Thehumanbraincanachievetheremarkablefeatofprocessinganimageseenforjust13millisecondsscientistshavefound.Thislightningspeedobliteratesthepreviousrecordspeedof100millisecondsreportedbypreviousstudies. 67Thespeedofthemindcangetyouwherethespeedofthebodymaynotgetyouto.ConstanceChuksFridayTHESTRONGESTHUMANMUSCLESincethreeactorsaectmuscularstrengthsimultaneouslyandmusclesneverworkindividuallyitismisleadingtocomparestrengthinindividualmusclesandstatethatoneisthestrongest.Butbelowareseveralmuscleswhosestrengthisnoteworthyordierentreasons.Inordinaryparlancemuscularstrengthusuallyreerstotheabilitytoexertaorceonanexternalobjectorexamplelitingaweight.Bythisdefnitionthemasseterorjawmuscleisthestrongest.The1992GuinnessBookoRecordsrecordstheachievementoabitestrengtho4337N975lbor2seconds.Whatdistinguishesthemasseterisnotanythingspecialaboutthemuscleitselbutitsadvantageinworkingagainstamuchshorterleverarmthanothermuscles.Istrengthreerstotheorceexertedbythemuscleitsele.g.ontheplacewhereitinsertsintoabonethenthestrongestmusclesarethosewiththelargestcross-sectionalarea.Thisisbecausethetensionexertedbyanindividualskeletalmusclefberdoesnotvarymuch.Eachfbercanexertaorceontheordero0.3micronewton.Bythisdefnitionthestrongestmuscleothebodyisusuallysaidtobethequadricepsemorisorthegluteusmaximus.Becausemusclestrengthisdeterminedbycross-sectionalareaashortermusclewillbestrongerpoundorpoundi.e.byweightthanalongermuscleothesamecross-sectionalarea.Themyometriallayerotheuterusmaybethestrongestmusclebyweightintheemalehumanbody.Atthetimewhenaninantisdeliveredtheentirehumanuterusweighsabout1.1kg40oz.Duringchildbirththeuterusexerts100to400N25to100lbodownwardorcewitheachcontraction.Theexternalmusclesotheeyeareconspicuouslylargeandstronginrelationtothesmallsizeandweightotheeyeball.Itisrequentlysaidthattheyarethestrongestmusclesorthejobtheyhavetodoandaresometimesclaimedtobe100timesstrongerthantheyneedtobe.Howevereyemovementsparticularlysaccadesusedonacialscanningandreadingdorequirehighspeedmovementsandeyemusclesareexercisednightlyduringrapideyemovementsleep.Thestatementthatthetongueisthestrongestmuscleinthebodyappearsrequentlyinlistsosurprisingactsbutitisdifculttofndanydefnitionostrengththatwouldmakethisstatementtrue.Notethatthetongueconsistsoeightmusclesnotone.Thehearthasaclaimtobeingthemusclethatperormsthelargestquantityophysicalworkinthecourseoalietime.Estimatesothepoweroutputothehumanheartrangerom1to5watts.Thisismuchlessthanthemaximumpoweroutputoothermusclesorexamplethequadricepscanproduceover100wattsbutonlyoraewminutes.Theheartdoesitsworkcontinuouslyoveranentirelietimewithoutpauseandthusdoesoutworkothermuscles.Anoutputoonewattcontinuouslyoreightyyearsyieldsatotalworkoutputotwoandahalgigajoules. 68DIDYOUKNOWYOURTONGUEISTHE 69FASTESTHEALINGPARTOFYOURBODY 70speed.OjestunseeninscrutableinvisibleAsanoseonamansfaceoraweathercockonasteepleMymastersuestoherandshehathtaughthersuitorHebeingherpupiltobecomehertutor. 71OexcellentdevicewasthereeverheardabetterThatmymasterbeingscribetohimselfshouldwritetheletterValentine.Hownowsirwhatareyoureasoningwithyourselfspeed.NayIwasrhymingtisyouthathavethereason.WilliamShakespeareTheTwoGentlemenofVerona 72Didyouknowthefirsttrainreached 73atopspeedofonly5milesperhour 74 75 76 77didyouknowthetipmustbetravelingfasterthanthespeedofsoundtocrackawhip 78 79 80Physicalstrengthcanneverpermanentlywithstandtheimpactofspiritualforce.FranklinD.Roosevelt 81 82 83 84Theacidsinourstomacharesostrongthatitcanmeltarazorblade.Itcanevendigeststomachitselbutortunatelytheliningsinourstomachrenewsinthreetoourdayssotheycantbedissolvedbytheacids.In30minutesourbodycanproduceenoughheattoboilahalgallonowater.Humanheartbeatsabout100000eachday35millionayearandsendsabout2000gallonsobloodtoourbody.Themostamazingactaboutthehumanheartisthatitcancreateenoughpressuretosquirtbloodatadistanceoaboutthirtyeet.Ourbloodvesselsaremorethen96000kmlongandthatisenoughcoverourplanetearthtwice.Oneothemostimportantsystemsothebodytheimmunesystemordeensesystemacombinationocellstissuesandorgansworktogethertofghtagainstmillionsobacteriavirusestoxinsandparasitesthatarealwaysreadytoattackourbody.Whilesmilingyouuse17muscles43whileyourownand200whileyoutakeasinglestep.Courageisveryimportant.Likeamuscleitisstrengthenedbyuse.RuthGordon 85Unleashingthehiddenpowersofthehumanbody 86DIDYOUKNOWELEPHANTSCANRUNUPTO25MPH 87 88 89 90 91 92 93Lifeislikeatenspeedbicycle.Mostofushavegearsweneveruse.CharlesM.Schulz 94 95Thefastestspeedeverachievedonabicycleis167mph 96accelerate 97 98 99 100FASTESTMANALIVEUsainSt.LeoBoltborn21August1986isaJamaicansprinterwidelyregardedastheastestpersonever.Heisthefrstmantoholdboththe100metresand200metresworldrecordssinceullyautomatictimemeasurementsbecamemandatoryin1977.Alongwithhisteammateshealsosettheworldrecordinthe4100metresrelay.HeisthereigningOlympicchampioninthesethreeeventsthefrstmantowinsixOlympicgoldmedalsinsprintingandaneight-timeWorldchampion.Hewasthefrsttoachieveadoubledoublebywinning100mand200mtitlesatconsecutiveOlympics2008and2012andtoppedthisthroughthefrstdoubletripleincluding4100mrelays. 101 102 103Didyouknowostrichescanoutrunahorse 104 105 106Nothingtravelsfasterthanthespeedoflightwiththepossibleexceptionofbadnewswhichobeysitsownspeciallaws.DouglasAdams 107 108Abrandisnolongerwhatwetellthecustomeritisitiswhatthecustomerstelleachotheritis.ScottCook 109THEPOWEROFSOCIALMEDIAVisitwww.CountOnKonicaMinolta.comandfollowKonicaMinoltaUSonFacebookTwitterandYouTube. 110 111 11216yearoldMarcelFernandesFilhoromBrazilholdstheGuinnessworldrecordorspeedtexting.Hewrote25wordsin18.19secondswithoutusingautocorrect.OMG.WowThatsamazing.Ibetterstartgivingmyfngersabetterworkout.LOL.Howast 113 114WATERISTHEDRIVINGFORCEOFALLNATURE.LeonardodaVinci 115 116 117didyouknowasharkstopspeedis44mph 118 119Timber. 120 121 122Hu 123stle 124 125INTODAYSCOMPETITIVEBUSINESSCLIMATEWENEEDTOWORKASPRODUCTIVECOST-EFFECTIVEASPOSSIBLE.NOTIMEFORINEFFICIENTPROCESSESPRACTICES.WEMUSTAPPROACHEACHTECHNOLOGICALSOLUTIONWITHSPEEDACCURACY.WESIMPLYDONOTHAVETIMEFORSLUGS. 126 127Theworldismovingsofastthesedaysthatthemanwhosaysitcantbedoneisgenerallyinterruptedbysomeonedoingit.ElbertHubbard 128propel 129 130 131 132 133quick 134 135Theskyhasnolimits...neitherdoI.UsainBolt 1361nauticalknot1.15milesperhour 137 138Youwerebornwithgreatness.Youwerebornwithwings.Youarenotmeantforcrawlingsodont.Youhavewings.Learntousethemandfly.Rumi 139 140 141Itisnotbymusclespeedordexteritythatgreatthingsareachievedbutbyreflectioncharacterandjudgment.MarcusTulliusCicero 142Greenpowerisasubsetorenewableenergyandrepresentsthoserenewableenergyresourcesandtechnologiesthatprovidethehighestenvironmentalbeneft.EPAdefnesgreenpoweraselectricityproducedromsolarwindgeothermalbiogaseligiblebiomassandlow-impactsmallhydroelectricsources.Customersotenbuygreenpoweroravoidedenvironmentalimpactsanditsgreenhousegasreductionbenefts.Greenpowersourcesproduceelectricitywithanenvironmentalproflesuperiortoconventionalpowertechnologiesandproducenoossil-uelbasedgreenhousegasemissions.EPArequiresthatgreenpowersourcesmustalsohavebeenbuiltwithinthelast15yearsinordertosupportnewrenewableenergydevelopment.Renewableenergyincludesresourcesthatrelyonuelsourcesthatrestorethemselvesovershortperiodsotimeanddonotdiminish.Suchuelsourcesincludethesunwindmovingwaterorganicplantandwastematerialeligiblebiomassandtheearthsheatgeothermal.Althoughtheimpactsaresmallsomerenewableenergytechnologieshaveanimpactontheenvironment.Forexamplelargehydroelectricresourcescanhaveenvironmentaltrade-osassociatedwithissuessuchasfsheriesandlanduse.THEPOWEROFGREEN 143TheEarthreceivesmoreenergyfromthesuninanhourthanisusedintheentireworldinoneyear.energymatters.com.au 144 145 146 147 148 149 150IMSOFASTTHATLASTNIGHTITURNEDOFFTHELIGHTSWITCHINMYBEDROOMANDWASINBEDBEFORETHEROOMWASDARK. 151MUHAMMADALI 152Didyouknowahippopotamuscanrunfasterthanaman 153 154 155SPORTHASTHEPOWERTOCHANGETHEWORLDITHASTHEPOWERTOINSPIRE.ITHASTHEPOWERTOUNITEPEOPLEINAWAYTHATLITTLEELSEDOESITISMOREPOWERFULTHANGOVERNMENTINBREAKINGDOWNRACIALBARRIERS.NelsonMandela 156 157 158RUNNINGISNTASPORTFORPRETTYBOYS...ITSABOUTTHESWEATINYOURHAIRANDTHEBLISTERSONYOURFEET.ITSTHEFROZENSPITONYOURCHINANDTHENAUSEAINYOURGUT.ITSABOUTTHROBBINGCALVESANDCRAMPSATMIDNIGHTTHATARESTRONGENOUGHTOWAKETHEDEAD.ITSABOUTGETTINGOUTTHEDOORANDRUNNINGWHENTHERESTOFTHEWORLDISONLYDREAMINGABOUTHAVINGTHEPASSIONTHATYOUNEEDTOLIVEEACHANDEVERYDAYWITH.ITSABOUTBEINGONALONELYROADANDRUNNINGLIKEACHAMPIONEVENWHENTHERESNOTASINGLESOULINSIGHTTOCHEERYOUON.RUNNINGISALLABOUTHAVINGTHEDESIRETOTRAINANDPERSEVEREUNTILEVERYFIBERINYOURLEGSMINDANDHEARTISTURNEDTOSTEEL.ANDWHENYOUVEFINALLYFORGEDHARDENOUGHYOUWILLHAVEBECOMETHEBESTRUNNERYOUCANBE.ANDTHATSALLTHATYOUCANASKFOR.PaulMaurerTheGiftARunnersStory 159 160 161 162 163INGOLFATYPICALDRIVENSHOTLEAVESTHETEEATABOUT160MPH. 164 165thefastestreliablyrecordedspeedofapitchedbaseball100.9mph 166Thelesseffortthefasterandmorepowerfulyouwillbe.BruceLee 167 168CHAMPIONSARENTMADEINGYMS.CHAMPIONSAREMADEFROMSOMETHINGTHEYHAVEDEEPINSIDETHEMADESIREADREAMAVISION.THEYHAVETOHAVELAST-MINUTESTAMINA 169THEYHAVETOBEALITTLEFASTERTHEYHAVETOHAVETHESKILLTHEWILL.BUTTHEWILLMUSTBESTRONGERTHANTHESKILL.MUHAMMADALI 170 171 172 173 174DIDYOUKNOWGREYHOUNDSCANREACHSPEEDSOFUPTO42MPH 17542 176 1771GHzonemillioncyclespersecond 178 179themostpowerulcomputerintheworldreachesspeedso33.86petafoppersecond. 180Anewbeautyhasbeenaddedtothesplendoroftheworldthebeautyofspeed.TommasoMarinetti 181 182Speedisgoodonlywhenwisdomleadstheway.Theendofthisjourneywhethertothehighhorizonsofhopeorthedepthsofdestructionwillbedeterminedbythecollectivewisdomofthepeoplewholiveonthisshrinkingplanet.JamesPoe 183 184 185FIXYOUREYESONPERFECTIONYOUMAKEALMOSTEVERYTHINGSPEEDTOWARDSIT.WILLIAMELLERYCHANNING 186 187LATERSOMEMOVEMENTISREVERSEDANDTHEURGENTMASKSSPEEDTOWARDATOTALLYUNEXPECTEDENDLIKECLOCKSOUTOFCONTROL.JOHNASHBERY 188 189 190 191 192SPEEDISSCARCELYTHENOBLESTVIRTUEOFGRAPHICCOMPOSITIONBUTITHASITSCURIOUSREWARDS.THEREISASENSEOFGETTINGSOMEWHEREFASTWHICHSATISFIESANATIVEAMERICANURGE. 193JamesThurber 194 195 196 197Speedprovidestheonegenuinelymodernpleasure.AldousHuxley 198DONA 199MITE 200Themeasureofmanis 201Platowhathedoeswithpower. 202 203APERSONSMINDISSOPOWERFUL.WECANINVENTCREATEEXPERIENCEANDDESTROYTHINGSWITHTHOUGHTSALONE.SOURCEUNKNOWN 204Leadersunderstandtheultimatepowerofrelationships.TomPeters 205 206 2072nPowerof2 208Rush. 209Snap.Swift. 210 211SimpleWaystoBoostBRAINPOWERforLifeAerobicExercisePeoplewhoexercisemoderatelytovigorouslyjustonceaweekare30percentmorelikelytomaintaintheircognitivefunctionthanthosewhodonotexerciseatall.CognitiveTrainingMemoryreasoningandspeedofprocessingexercisescreateawinningcomboforcognition.DontSmokeNon-smokersarenearlytwiceaslikelytostaysharpinoldageasthosewhosmoke.MaintainSocialNetworksPeopleworkingvolunteeringandmaintainingclose-knithumanbondsare24percentmorelikelytomaintaincognitivefunctioninlatelife. 212SHAPESFindthewordsintheZIGZAGSearchPuzzleabove.Wordsgoleftrightupdownnotdiagonallyandcanbendatarightangle.Therearenounusedlettersinthegrideveryletterisusedonlyonce.IGNITEYOURMINDIneveryrowjustremoveonematchsticktomaketheequationcorrect.Answersonpage214.CIRCLECRESCENTELLIPSEHEPTAGONHEXAGONPARALLELOGRAMPENTAGONRECTANGLERHOMBUSSQUARESTARTRAPEZOIDTRIANGLEAnswersonpage214MINIMAZESFindyourwaytotheendoftheseplayfulminiaturemazes.Havefunateveryturn. 213THEPOWEROFYOURBRAINTheconsciousmindcontrolsourbrainonly5ofthedaywhereasthesubconsciousmindhasaholdofourthoughts95ofthetimeYouhave70000thoughtsperdayYourbrainistwo-thirdsfatStudieshaveproventhatlisteningtomusicstrengthensthebrainandliterallychangesthestructureBRAINPOWERTESTYOUR 214ANSWERS 215 216 217 218 219 220 221340.29Thespeedofsoundmeterssecond 222AgnesDeMilleTodanceistobeoutofyourself.Largermorebeautifulmorepowerful.Thisispoweritisgloryonearthanditisyoursforthetaking. 223 224DIDYOUKNOWA37MPHDOLPHINSTOPSPEEDIS 225 226 227ItookmypowerinmyhandAndwentagainsttheworldTwasnotsomuchasDavidhadButIwastwiceasboldIaimedbypebblebutmyselfWasalltheonethatfellWasitGoliathwastoolargeOrwasmyselftoosmallITookPowerInMyHandbyEmilyDickinson 228 229Walkingwasnotfastenoughsoweran.Runningwasnotfastenoughsowegalloped.Gallopingwasnotfastenoughsowesailed.Sailingwasnotfastenoughsowerolledmerrilyalongonlongmetaltracks.Longmetaltrackswerenotfastenoughsowedrove.Drivingwasnotfastenoughsowefew.MargaretAtwoodBottle 230 231STRENGTHISTHECAPACITYTOBREAKAHERSHEYBARINTOFOURPIECESWITHYOURBAREHANDSANDTHENEATJUSTONEOFTHEPIECES.JUDITHVIORSTLOVEGUILTTHEMEANINGOFLIFE 232 233 234IMPACT 235 236 237 238MASTERINGOTHERSISSTRENGTHMASTERINGYOURSELFISTRUEPOWER.LaoTzu 239 240Theheatenergyreleasedbyahurricane 241every20minutes.nuclearbombequals50to200trillionwattsaboutthesameamountofenergyreleasedexploding10-megatonaby 242 243Butthespeedwaspowerandthespeedwasjoyandthespeedwaspurebeauty.JonathanLivingstonSeagullbyRichardBach 244Youvealwayshadthepowermydearyoujusthadtolearnitforyourself.GlindaWizardofOz 245pressMONOCHROMEDIGITALPRODUCTIONPRINTERbizhubPRESS2250P250ipmduplexoutputordemandingproductionenvironmentsTrue1200x1200dpiresolutionwithimprovedaccuracyImagedensityandtonerratiosensorsmaintainstabilityEnhancedscreeningsharpenstextphotosgraphicsSimitriHDtonerwithBiomasstoprotecttheenvironment18000-SheetmaximumpapercapacitywithoptionsAirsuctionpapereedoptionfoatspaperorsmootheedHumidieroptionremovesstaticreducespapercurlAcceptsawiderangeomediarom40gsmupto350gsmOptionsorperect-bindingsaddlestitchingandmulti-oldingGBCpunchingunitandautoringbinderoptionsModularall-in-onenisheroptionortightspacesBuilt-inprintcontrollerwithpclpostscripttipd 246MONOCHROMEDIGITALPRODUCTIONPRINTERbizhubPRESS2250Ppress 247Upto14856pagesperhourDescriptionsbizhubPRESS2250POverviewThebizhubPRESS2250Pcanbeagame-changingdigitalsolutionorhigh-volumeBWproductiondemandswithdualprintenginesinasinglespace-savingconfgurationduplexoutputupto250ppmandpro-qualityinlinefnishingoptionsthatincludesaddle-stitchingperectbindingGBCbindingandmoreSystemSpecifcationsControllerEmbeddedKonicaMinoltacontrollerResolution1200x1200dpiPaperweight40-350gsmPapersizesMin.95x139mmMax.324x483mmwithPF-703Maximumimagearea314x483mmwithPF-703PaperinputcapacityStandard3000sheetsMax.18000sheetsPaperoutputcapacityMax.15000sheetsplussubtraysProductivity8.5x11Max.perminute250ppmduplex11x17Max.perminute140ppmduplex12x18Max.perminute132ppmduplex8.5x11Max.perhour15000pphduplex11x17Max.perhour8400pphduplex12x18Max.perhour7920pphduplexOptionsPF-706AirassistpapereedunitPP-701Pre-printedpapereedkitorPF-706PF-703AirsuctionpapereedunitHT-505HeatingunitorPF-703PI-PFUPost-insertionunitRU-509DecurlingrelayunitHM-102HumidifcationunitorRU-509GP-501MultiGBCpunchingunitRU-510ReversingrelayunitGP-502AutoringbindingunitFD-503FoldingandpunchingunitLS-505StackingunitSD-506Saddle-stitchunitPB-503PerectbindingunitFS-532100-sheetstaplingfnisherPK-522PunchkitorFS-532RH-101HD-511RemovableHDDkitTD-501Tandemunit 248AllcontentinthisbookisorillustrativepurposesonlytodemonstratevariousproductionqualityothebizhubPRESS2250P.Belowlistssourcesostatisticsorinormationcontainedinthebook.Allquotesusedarecreditedonpagebytheauthor.TheviewsorsentimentsexpressedinthisbookarenotthatoKonicaMinoltaBusinessServicesU.S.AInc.orthatoanyotheiremployeesorassociates.Allimageryandillustrationsareroyaltyreeorhavebeencreatedorthesoleuseinthispublication.Page11speed.Dictionary.com.Dictionary.comUnabridged.RandomHouseInc.httpdictionary.reerence.combrowsespeedaccessedJune092014Page34power.Dictionary.com.Dictionary.comUnabridged.RandomHouseInc.httpdictionary.reerence.combrowsepoweraccessedJune092014Page54TheRoadtoRealityACompleteGuidetotheLawsotheUniverse.PenroseR2004.VintageBooks.pp.4101.ISBN978-0-679-77631-4Page57Energystar.gov.httpwww.energystar.govcertifed-productsdetaillight_bulbsuseactionfnd_a_prod-uct.showProductGrouppgw_codeLBPage66LewisTanya.NewRecordorHumanBrain.httpwww.livescience.com42666-human-brain-sees-images-record-speed.htmlPage67muscle.Wikipedia.org.httpen.wikipedia.orgwikiMusclePage77didyouknow.Did-you-knows.com.httpwww.did-you-knows.comdid-you-know-actssound.phpPage84UnleashingtheHiddenMiraclesinHumanBody.YesIknowthat.com.httpwww.yesiknowthat.comunleashing-the-hidden-miracles-in-human-bodyPage100UsainBolt.Wikipedia.org.httpen.wikipedia.orgwikiUsain_BoltPage142GreenPower.EPA.gov.httpwww.epa.govgreenpowergpmarketPage211BerglandChristopher.WhatistheBestWaytoImproveYourBrainPowerorLiePyshologyToday.com.httpwww.psychologytoday.comblogthe-athletes-way201401what-is-the-best-way-improve-your-brain-power-liePage244WizardoOz.DirectorsVictorFlemingandKingVidor.Per.JudyGarlandFrankMorganRayBolgerBertLahrJackHaleyBillieBurke.Metro-GoldwynMayer1939.CONTENTCREDITS 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