Who invented the photocopier?

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The person that invented the photocopier and xerography process was a man named Chester Carlson. He did this around 1937 and in 1950 it became available commercially.
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I believe it's the company, Xerox that actually invented the first photocopier, back in 1959. It was the first machine to replace other copiers that weren't classified as photocopiers.
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Chester Carlson invented the photocopier in 1937 after becoming impatient with the speed of the mimeograph. Xeroxing became available in the 1950s when the Xerox Corporation invested
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The base concept of how a photocopier works was established by Georgi Nadjakov in 1937. He discovered that nonconductive substances will permanently be fused to a material when it
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It was invented so it was easier to copy photos. It was also cheaper.
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