A photocopier is a machine that makes paper copies of documents and other
visual images quickly and cheaply. Most current ...
Inventors had long sought a device to automate the process, with limited success.
... Then in 1959, Xerox released the “914”—the first easy-to-use photocopier.
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 ...
Chester Carlson was the inventor of the photocopier and electrophotography - a
his invention into a useful product. It was ... This report contains several stories
about xerography: the man who invented it, the ... copier was introduced in 1959.
Photocopying machine, also called Photocopier, any device for producing copies
... photographic reproduction for copying documents stimulated the invention of ...
Although Chester Carlson invented Xerography in 1938, it was twenty-one years
later that the first office copier was available to the public. During the first eight ...
James Watt invented this document copier to relieve him of the tedium of making
copies of his plans and drawings. The press copies a written document by ...
Learn about Xerox Innovation history and how it pioneered the business
technology of today.
Oct 23, 2013 ... This week marks the 75th anniversary of the first modern copier ever made. The
technology, which came from serial inventor Chester Carlson, ...