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laser printer

a high-speed output device for computers using a technique in which laser beams focus images on photosensitive drums. Compare dot-matrix printer, impact printer.
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While the buzz is all about ink-jet there are a number of other printing technologies that will be used in the printable electronics arena.
One of the reasons we bought the equipment is that I have confidence in the support the xpedx Printing Technologies team offers," said Mueller.
Veteran graphics professionals who've seen the output of the RYOBI 750 say it delivers the finest printing available anywhere," says Don Harvey, vice president and general manager of Lenexa, KS-based xpedx Printing Technologies.
He is an advocate for new printing technologies in China and around the globe, and currently serves as vice chairman for three leading graphic communication trade groups: China Printing and Equipment Industrial Association, China Printing Technology Association and China Printing Standards Commission (ISO TC130).
Ryobi offers precision machining, unique cylinder configurations, fewer gripper changes, superior automation as well as a new level of printing press and MIS solutions," said Don Harvey, vice president and general manager of Lenexa, Kansas-based xpedx Printing Technologies.
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.
Producing great color prints is all about ultra fine precision, and Xerox Corporation (NYSE:XRX) scientists are applying their expertise in precision imaging across a range of products, according to presentations being made at NIP20: The International Conference on Digital Printing Technologies, taking place here Oct.
is a USA-based manufacturer and direct supplier of a broad range of thermal transfer ribbons and multi-color digital label printers utilizing thermal transfer printing technologies.