xerography


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forming an image by the action of light on a specially coated charged plate

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I am interested in the visual and design implications of the photocopy printed journal and the aesthetic of the dry process printing that xerography has had on New Zealand poetry.
BURNS: Everywhere I go around the world, I am always asking, "Why aren't we here helping this company or that hospital solve its problems?" Xerox, since the invention of Xerography 75 years ago, has been very good at taking very complex business processes and creating solutions that make them appear simple to the people who need them.
Since the invention of Xerography 75 years ago, the people of Xerox have helped businesses simplify the way work gets done.
The thickness of the coated film is superior compared to the other methods, such as offset lithography, gravure, flexography, xerography, or ink-jet printing, caused by the flow of coating material being under pressure into and through this mesh or matrix via coating on the substrate.
Seventy-five years ago, the year the Industrial Research Institute was founded, xerography was introduced.
Photocopier art (xerography) is quite low cost, too.
Meanwhile, the introduction of new technologies, like xerography and tape-recording machines, allowed a broader circulation within Iran of political pamphlets and discourses of the opposition leaders.
He thus extends Walter Benjamin's idea of "mechanically produced" art to existing print sources but not to fresh xerography. This purist approach necessarily presents a greater challenge to the artist, who needs to express himself solely with the materials at hand.
Since the invention of Xerography 75 years ago, the people of Xerox (NYSE: XRX) have helped businesses simplify the way work gets done.
Regarding the origins and spread of xerography, see DAVID OWEN, COPIES IN SECONDS: HOW A LONE INVENTOR AND AN UNKNOWN COMPANY CREATED THE BIGGEST COMMUNICATION BREAKTHROUGH SINCE GUTENBERG--CHESTER CARLSON AND THE BIRTH OF THE XEROX MACHINE (2004).
These carbon nanomaterials have attracted considerable attention in many industries because their special geometries and unique properties show great potential for application in nanoelectronic devices, energy storage, chemical probes, biosensors, field emission displays, magnetic data storage, xerography, and drug delivery (Hsin et al.
The version quoted is the Xerography reproduction by University Microfilms International (Ann Arbor, 1977), as by C.
(151) Some of those old physics experiments set out the science behind the technology that became xerography. (152)
In the particular case of our English corpus on ceramics, 9,278 lexical units were instances of this linguistic phenomenon of hapax legomenon, including relevant terms such as abrade, isotropy, xerography and zeolite.
LFC supporter Xerography said: "It''s time like these when our ex-players and fans can really appreciate the beauty of our anthem and motto.