Invention of Photocopiers
Before the 1870's, if you wanted a document copied, you pulled out your pen and wrote, or if you were wealthy, you hired a copyist. In 1874, you could speed up the process by typing copies, if you had a typewriter and if you knew how to type. Not until...
Historyedit]. Chester Carlson, the inventor of photocopying, was originally a
patent attorney, as well as a part-time researcher and ...
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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
However, when the invention was first patented, nobody wanted anything to do
with it. ... Chester Carlson invented photocopying. catwalker / Shutterstock.com.
Nov 22, 2012 ... The Xerography copying process went on to become one of the most well known
inventions of the 20th century. Carlson received world acclaim ...
Photocopying machine, also called Photocopier, any device for producing copies
... photographic reproduction for copying documents stimulated the invention of ...
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, ...
Chester Carlson, the inventor of photocopying, was originally a patent ... Haloid
decided to call the new copier machines "Xerox," a ...