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Electrophotographic Machines for Digital Colour Printing. The Tendencies of Development

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Abstract:

The electrophotographic equipment of digital printing is a part of Quick Print. Here is occupied a lot of American and especially of Japanese corporations. The global necessity of the equipment by a 2001 is evaluated from 1 up to 1,8 millions units. Among set of the equipment for copying and output of the computer information is possible to select some categories. These categories are joined by a common electrophotographic technology of digital printing. All these categories concern to a known contactless technology of printing Ā«Computer-to-PrintĀ». It is conditionally offered all equipment to divide into categories:

A. Colour digital copy machines (digital color copier);

B. Colour copying - output machines (color copier/printer);

C. Colour digital printed machines (digital color press);

D. Colour laser printers (color printer).

The objective of the present work is the analysis of the tendencies of development of an equipment of these categories.

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 1999-01-01

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