The Canon NP 6035 was an analog copier manufactured by Canon in 1999. The 6035 was limited by modern standards, but it was a very popular workgroup machine for many businesses.
Speed and Capabilities
The NP 6035 produced copies at a speed of up to 35 pages per minute. It had an optional duplexing tray that allowed the machine to produce double-sided copies. The copier could be enabled with copy codes that required users to enter a 4-digit code before using the copier.
The 6035 came standard with two paper trays, each holding 500 sheets of letter-sized paper. Buyers had the option of adding two additional paper trays and a side paper deck that could hold 1,500 sheets of letter-sized paper. Users who needed to produce stapled sets of paper could buy the stapler/sorter model C1.
The NP 6035 needed paper, Canon-approved staples and toner. Canon uses a proprietary toner called "mono-component." This means that the 6035 -- and all Canon black-and-white copiers -- do not need to have developer added for the operation of the machine. The NP 6035 uses NPG-13A toner.