Further Development Of Colour Photocopiers-reshacker

.puters-and-Technology Years ago we were limited to the black copy of a standard office photocopier, and this was fine if black was all we needed. However the more we worked in black, there was a growing need to have the ability to elect to work with reproduction of color copies. For many reasons, the attraction of color copying was growing, not least of the large printing costs of sending artwork through to an offline printing .pany who would then have minimum requirements, and in most cases rather high charges, especially in the case of multicolour printing. In general terms Xerox introduced the concept of photocopying in 1959 to replace other more time consuming and tedious forms of duplication. However it was not until 1968 that 3M introduced the colour-in-colour photocopier which was utilizing a dye sublimation process as opposed to the later to be introduced electrostatic form of copying introduced to a color machine in 1973 by Canon. Early on there was an issue with some Governments when it came to colour photocopying, because of the inherent risk of someone attempting to use the technology to counterfeit currency. This was a serious enough issue that determined some Governments started to work on anti-counterfeiting technology that would allow for the continuance of manufacturing the machines, with the knowledge that general counterfeiting would not be easy. These days we are way beyond those early machines, and colour copiers are no longer simply copiers. The latest development of colour photocopiers has introduced a wide range of digital multifunction machines capable of a lot more than purely photocopying. So much more can now be achieved in-house saving time and valuable resources for all business, both small and large. In fact many homes now have some form of colour photocopier installed, either for personal convenience, or educational purposes. With colour photocopiers today it is possible to take a series of loose coloured images and text and within a few moments construct a fully collated and stapled book .plete with a cover and all other requirements. In the past this would have need to be outsourced to a printer, then sent to a bookbinder, proofed at every stage and then packaged and delivered. Now it can all be done by one digital machine, right in your own office or workplace. You can also print pictures directly from negatives that have been scanned into the connected printer, or in some cases you can directly connect your camera or video camera into the copier to retrieve, edit and print your final images straight away. Aside from those who chose to use black copying for draft copies or purely for internal office use, there would not be too many organizations that don’t have a color photocopier on the premises. Obviously there is still major development of color photocopiers occurring and by many .panies. We have yet to see what these amazing machines will be able to provide us with in a year of two About the Author: 相关的主题文章: