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electrostatic printer that focuses a laser beam to form images that are transferred to paper electrostatically

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This affordable, dual-function card printer possesses a unique combination of high quality, full-color/monochrome and rewritable card printing technologies that is ideal for a wide variety of single-card printing applications including color photo ID printing, rewritable capabilities and cards that use both technologies.
The Applied Printing Technologies Featured Online Auction will offer hundreds of quality assets from the closure of its printing facility in Horseheads, NY.
As a leading value-added distributor, Avnet has the infrastructure, knowledge, services and solutions expertise in place to help our partners bring Printronix's spectrum of bar code and RFID printing technologies to market.
Printable electronics - the use of low-cost, high-speed printing technologies to create electronic circuits and devices - promises to change the economics of the electronics industry and to create new kinds of products.
He has delivered numerous presentations on unified digital workflow, printing standards, and variable-data printing technologies.
In addition to being pleased with the quality of his RYOBI 755 and RYOBI 3404 DI presses, Mueller says he receives strong response from the xpedx Printing Technologies team.
MIAMI -- The business and productivity advantages of Ryobi's high technology mid-size offset press will be demonstrated this week in Miami by one of Florida's largest graphics dealers and xpedx Printing Technologies.
He was a visiting scholar in the University of Maryland Computer Science Department in the early 1980s and returned to China to play a key role in upgrading the country's domestic printing technologies.
The monochrome and color printers are based on the 7th generation of printing technologies advanced by Oki Data Corporation, such as digital LED technology and Single Pass Color(TM).