JOB PROGRAMMING
 Inventors: Joseph A. Lorenzo, Penfield; Henry E. Mannella, Webster, both of N.Y.
 Assignee: Xerox Corporation, Stamford, Conn.
 Appl. No.: 129,929
 Filed: Mar. 13, 1980
 Int. CU G03G 15/00
 U.S. CI 355/6; 355/14 R
 Field of Search 355/6, 14 R, 14 C;
235/92 CT, 92 SB, 436; 271/3.1, 4
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U.S. PATENT DOCUMENTS
3,700,324 10/1972 Hutner et al 355/6
3,917,924 11/1975 Linne 235/92 SB
4,126,390 11/1978 Connin 355/14 C
4,202,622 5/1980 Kawatsura 355/14 C
4,248,528 2/1981 Sahay 355/6 X
Primary Examiner—Richard L. Moses
Attorney, Agent, or Firm—Ronald F. Chapuran
A reproduction machine having an operator console, a card reader, and a control with suitable RAM memory. Suitably marked cards are fed to the card reader and stored in RAM memory. A job stream feature permits the operator to place a plurality of different jobs for reproduction into the document handler and the machine will automatically run the different job requirements. The job exception feature allows the machine to be automatically condition to deviate from the normal reproduction run. Features are also programmed at the operator console. However, once a card has been inserted into the reader, the console inputs are inhibited until the sense card requirements are completed or the job is canceled.
6 Claims, 15 Drawing Figures