The History of Photocopy
Today, photocopying is taken for granted everywhere. Devices called copiers in just about every supermarket allow you to make paper replicas in a matter of seconds for mere pocket change. However, photocopying is a relatively recent invention, only...
A photocopier is a machine that makes paper copies of documents and other
visual images quickly and cheaply. Most current ...
Then in 1959, Xerox released the “914”—the first easy-to-use photocopier. ...
moving around,” said David Owen, author of Copies in Seconds, a history of
Nov 22, 2012 ... Whilst the main battle in the photocopier market was being fought between 1975
and 1985 Xerox neglected development and invested in the ...
The history of Photocopiers, Color, digital. article from Wikipedia.
Jul 20, 1998 ... Photocopying machine. Written By: The Editors of Encyclopædia Britannica. Last
Updated: 7-20-1998 See Article History. Alternative Title: ...
We have all used it at one time or another to copy our school documents, or parts
of a book borrowed from the library, or just about anything we wanted a copy of ...
The history of the photocopier. The evolution of the photocopier from the first
product on the market to the most modern photocopier available today.
Oct 23, 2013 ... ... the technology that underpins the modern photocopier was used for the ... it
just took off," says Ray Brewer, historical archivist for Xerox Corp.
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