The Evolution of Modern Printing and Copying

In today’s world of easily-accessible ways to reproduce documents, from laser printers on the desktop to high speed copiers, it is interesting to pause and remember a time not too long ago when making a copy took considerably more effort. Back then, printing was distinctly different from copying, both in quality of the reproduction and the effort it took to make the copies.

In this issue of Printips, we’ll recall some of the early machines and technologies that serve as a basis for what has become digital printing. We hope you’ll enjoy reminiscing and perhaps learn something you didn’t know.

http://macgra.com/0604Printips.pdf

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