Brother Printer Cartridges

Brother Printer Cartridges

Brother Printer Cartridges Can Work in Many Colors

A number of Brother Printers are ones that will have to work with a number of Brother Printer cartridges. These cartridges will work with handling different colors for all sorts of special printing needs.

Four different colors can work for Brother Printer cartridges. A standard black cartridge can be used for black and white printing. Three different colors will be needed for color printing. These are the cyan, magenta and yellow colors. Each color can be contained in its own cartridge.

The three color cartridges will work together when color materials are being printed. Each color will be created by measuring the amounts of ink in certain cartridges. The calculations used for the cartridges are handled through the use of an ink formula. This formula is one that has been created by Brother. The formula is used to help with checking on how different colors can be created with different ink levels.

The three cartridges will be able to work together to dispense ink at the same time but at different levels. The ink will be used to make it easy for the most accurate colors to be created on any piece of paper. This is vital for such documents as photos and multi-color business reports.

The black cartridge will be used mostly for black and white productions. It can work with a Brother printer to handle fast printing needs for simple documents.

Each cartridge for a particular type of printer will be of the same shape. This is regardless of the type of color that is supported by a cartridge.

All of these Brother Printer cartridges can work with the same installation process. The installation process for a cartridge simply involves removing a sticker from the printer head, inserting a cartridge into a slot and locking it up. This is going to work for any type of Brother Printer. The area in the printer where the cartridge will go will vary by the printer model.

All of the cartridges will go into the same area of a particular printer. This is so they can all work with the same mechanisms inside of the printer. However, all cartridges will have to use their own specific slots with regards to where they will go inside of a printer.

Brother Printer cartridges are ones that can handle all types of colors. They can be used for a variety of different applications from photo printing to document printing. Each cartridge can be easy to handle as well.

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What is a Book!?

The trend in professional writing is towards model-based separation of the information essential to produce the written article – the Model – from the written article itself – the Book (a paperback, say). Simplest example: a text file (a Model) saved on your computer, later printed and finished as an A4 paper ring-bound document (a Book).

Writers of old were the monks armed with quill and ink and parchment, scribing a new scroll of some kind (eg a debt record to pin someone to a future repayment). More recently, we had the corporate typing pools with their batteries of well-oiled Imperial grey typewriters bashing out their business forms or letters (all still intent on pinning someone to something, no doubt)…

Then we had the xerox revolution – xerox brilliantly desktopizing the laborious and error-prone manual copying and transcription process to duplicate all coming documentation on the fly — until wordprocessors and laser printers merged the two and changed the game yet again. And then enter Bill and Microsoft and all the others to clean this up and make it turn out mega bucks. And now we have the Model-Based revolution…

Film is a very good example of this model-based separation. The script and the storyboard as assimilated in the Director’s mind (Hitchcock-style) providing the Model, while the dvd of the finished production represents the Written Article – the "Book". The words ‘writing’ and ‘written’ are clearly somewhat misleading here.

Modern engineering design is similarly analysed: all but gone is the design-in-drawings method, now replaced by a digital information model (the Design) and any variety of views of theis, each a post-processed extract of the model transcribed into a physical document eg a printed drawing sheet – or in the case of the most modern manufacturer, immediately into a finished user’s product (as in 3-d printing).

I think the current jargon for this model-based separation in professional writing spheres is Topic authoring and Single-source content.

Now I think the impact of this technological trend is EARTH SHATTERING!

Where we used to have armies of fully-employed touch-typists producing the distributed our documentation of simple kinds, fed by fewer, much higher-paid elite authors way up in the organisation pyramid, endlessly writing and altering and copying – and the massive cost of all of that – we now have a rapidly evolving and converging sea of pure knowledge and a myriad of islands of use-centred (and almost free to employ) robotized document completion machines (Book Makers).

[witness this bit of professional writing: this (book) page will look very different depending on your viewing device (pc, mobile, app) but the words are the same and mostly mine. And not a copy typist/setter/printer/book binder job anywhere to be seen! And the originating author is working for free!!]

… I wonder if the Book is in the process of disappearing altogether!

This earth shattering evolutionary process can be managed in the business organisation [Julian’s intended Professional Writings client] as a matter of Integration.

Take a good-sized sample of business-essential documentation and throw it all on a hanger floor and then proceed to #refactorize it all, so that every item of text and graphics is instantiated only once, and a rational set of completed document types to present them is envisaged (eliminating redundant content and documentation and distribution points as we go). Then summarize this Model-Based Integrated Documentation System as an engaging schematic diagram poster (getting someone like Julian in to help you facilitate this key step if you feel the need for some fresh, expert eyes on your side) and then let your establishment stew on the ramifications of this Brave New Writing World for a while… Then implement.

Julian has done a couple of these whole-enterprise documentation integration jobs before. For example, one for a leading project management consulting and education firm, who produced tonnes of printed lesson and event management documentation to support their world class educational events. The integration step helped move them from conventional Microsoft Office-based ‘special file – special document’ technology, that required repeated content for course syllabuses, presentation scripts, attendee handouts, timetables – all done as a matter of strategy to the highest quality level – each document requiring it’s own template design, and its own proofing, editing and releasing timeline, each requiring premium staff to effort and control their production in what was necessarily a flood of hundreds of such documents for each week of activity, with all the cost and inter-staff pressure and embarrassing slip-ups that is inevitable in such a system… The solution was indeed an enterprise database to hold and deliver the single-sourced content information – the Model, and a well designed workflow system to ease event production from business development thru to happy more aptly educated customers and then yet more business development – The "Book".

Another case, for a large engineering design company, we found a number of opportunities for Integration including moving an old-school library of discrete procedure documents (mini textbooks of engineering best practice) (mission-critical to have, and highly costly to maintain), each independently written and managed and distributed, moving all that to a single live wiki platform with multiple authors collaborating on content, employing wiki tricks to avoid content repetition, and opening up the system allowing users to participate in quality feedback to help the collective drive for excellence.

A wiki encapsulates both The Model and The Book. I think that the cleverness of the wiki [when properly conceived and architected and implemented] is in that, in addition to the realization of single-sourced content (a massive cost and quality improvement in itself), it has silently cut down the number of Books to be published and distributed from hundreds (or thousands for a global organization), to just the one.


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Offset Printers

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Printing and Publishing Services Available in Jaipur
Book Printing
Jaipur city has specialized book printers and publishers. Book printing in Jaipur city is in demand because some of the most modern technologies are put to use by the printers in Jaipur. Some of the most innovative and most modern book printing designs and printing services are available in Jaipur with the Popular Printers in Jaipur.

Brochure Printing
A Brochure is the face of a companys products or services and this leaves a lasting impression on the reader or the beholder. More so, brochures provide vital information as well. Different Brochures are used for providing and displaying information about a particular product or service. Printing of brochures at Popular Printers in Jaipur is affordable and is the best in the industry quality wise.

Business card Printing
Alike Brochures, Business cards also provide information about a company or its employees. It includes street address, telephone numbers, fax number, mail address and website etc information about the card holder. All this information could be put together in various ways. A business card professionally designed by Popular Printers in Jaipur is far superior in quality than a business card designed at home or by unprofessional or semi professional printers.

Catalogue Printing
Catalogue Printing is helpful for your customers in highlighting the products or services. It also shows the actual prices of the products as graphics and merchandise in a systematic method to all customers. It would be not an exaggeration to say that Popular Printers has made its own space in the printing of catalogues due to its superior printing quality.

Calendars printing
Calendars provide information about the time cycle, holidays, months, weeks and years to all. Popular Printers in Jaipur have the latest designs and printing facility to make your calendar the most distinct and attractive of all.

Specialty of Popular Printers in Printing in Jaipur
Jaipur city is soon becoming a hub of printers as compared to most of the cities. In Jaipur you can easily find a printer but finding the best of them is an uphill task. However, you have Popular Printers, which is capable of catering to all your printing needs. With the help of the following special components in printing, Popular Printers promises the best in the industry printing work.

Digital designing
Popular Printers digitally designs on latest designing software where most of the printers in Jaipur still use the traditional designing and printing methods in Jaipur.

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Popular Printers employs the latest technology to use to bring the best for its customers. For the purpose, they put to use the most modern machines and modern Infrastructure, latest machine and technology to be ahead in technology and printing.

It is the Quality of printing work that has earned name for Popular Printers. Popular Printers in Jaipur offer quality assurance and offers tailor-made solutions to the customers. Popular Printers is most innovative and most modern Offset Printers in Jaipur Printers.

Printer Page Yields

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Printer Page Yields

It was just a couple of weeks ago that I discussed looking at the on running costs of any printer you were looking to purchase as the initial purchase price should only be the smallest part of the equation when choosing what to buy. It seems somewhat coincidental therefore that today I heard news regarding a new standard allowing consumers to compare the potential ongoing running costs was being pushed through by the Office of Fair Trading (OFT).

I hear a collective sigh as it’s assumed this could turn in to a shameless plug for my cartridge business but honestly, I really won’t go there today!

Until now printer manufacturers have used a variety of ways to measure how many pages a cartridge will print but after the OFT criticised the four big players (Epson, Canon, HP, Lexmark) over an alleged lack of transparency, consumers should now find it easier to compare machine against machine.

The OFT has called on the industry to devise a standard method of testing for all inkjet cartridges and although originally this was supposed to have come in to place by the end of 2003 the industry was given more time to prepare. Just recently the ISO (International Standards Organisation) approved new standards so that cartridges could be accurately compared against one another by consumers.

To emulate how the average user prints three different document types are used consisting of black text and graphics, colour graphics or photographs. All three document types are generally tested on current printers unless there are limitations that would prevent any of the previous tests from having been completed successfully. All these tests are carried out in controlled conditions at the same temperature and humidity as the average home/office and the tests are conducted in a nearly continuous line with normal breaks being taken for changing the paper.

Of course, it should be noted that the above method is quite an economical way of printing and users who do stop/start printing are likely to get poorer page yields than these results would suggest. For those not in the know, when you are not using your printer it does periodically use a small amount of ink for cleaning the print heads to prevent them from drying out. This does mean that theoretically you could never use your cartridge and it would empty itself over a period of time but unfortunately this isn’t the printer manufacturers trying to con you but one of those simple requirements that can’t be avoided.

These page yields, once ascertained will shortly be printed on all packaging of the manufacturers’ original cartridges and additionally on the manufacturers’ websites. I was able to find sections on the Epson and HP websites indicating cartridge page yields but it would appear that Canon and Lexmark haven’t yet put these pages in to place.

Of course, this standard is only going to allow users to compare the on running prices of the manufacturers’ original cartridges rather than the cheaper compatible or remanufactured alternatives but it certainly is a step in the right direction. Whether the average consumer will use this information or whether despite all my warnings customers will continue purchasing the cheapest printer they can find without considering the ongoing costs has yet to be seen.

Chris Holgate writes a weekly article of all things tech related. He is a director and copyrighter of the online computer consumables business Refresh Cartridges who sell cheap ink cartridges, toner cartridges, computer hardware and other computer consumables online. An archive of his work can be found at

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Printer Repairs

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Printer Repairs
Printers are one of the peripheral devices that are recognized almost all around the world. They are among the most preferred accessory whenever one buys a computer. However, the story has changed for the good in the past years. Printers have now assumed a greater role with the advance of multi-function printers on the scenario. With multi-function printers in the offering, even more and more people are queuing up to buy them.

When it comes to choosing and buying printers, there are a lot of available options in the market. Among the many accessible brands, it is best to stick with either Dell or HP. Both these companies offer excellent printers with a long shelf life along with competitive pricing. They have their array of single printers as well as multi-function printers.

Multi-function printers actually combine four devices into a one neat package. With a multi-function printer, you get the capability to not only print but also scan, copy and Fax. Even though these devices offer such a wide array of services, they do not compensate on the quality aspect at all. In fact, some of them offer better quality than Stand alone printers. A multi-function printer offers printing in both color and black and white.

They offer print speeds starting from 25 pages per minute to going about near forty and more. Not only that, they have a monthly printing capability of in excess of seventy thousand pages per minute. Their scanning is offered in the highest possible resolutions while copying too can be done in color as well as black and white. The Fax device, although obsolete after the introduction of e-mail too does just service.

If your printer repairs, you don’t have to call the experts. Most of the time, the problem is something simple that you can fix yourself-if you have the right information. If you keep your manual and make sure to keep your printer clean and well-maintained, you should be able to keep your printer in working order-and fix it when it breaks.

Look on the manufacturer’s website. Okay, so you threw out the manual when you bought the printer-or you can’t find it. No big deal. Check the manufacturer’s website and see if the directions are there.

Turn it on. You’d be surprised how many times help desks get calls about malfunctioning printers and computers-only to find the equipment isn’t responding because it isn’t turned on.

You can easily subscribe to the numerous online technical support companies to solve any problem that you might face with your printer. These companies provide effective solutions for Dell printer repair as well as HP printer repair and Brother printer repair. Not only printer repair, they also provide Dell support, HP support and support for all brands of computer.

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Compatible Ink Cartridges

Compatible Ink Cartridges
Many people assume that to get the best quality of print out of a printer, you need to use original ink cartridges direct from the manufacturer themselves, the much cheaper price tag of compatible versions putting them off, rather than luring them in.

However, you can achieve the exact same results with compatible cartridges and save yourself a packet in the process. There are, however, a few simple rules to follow to ensure you get the best out of compatible cartridges.

Firstly, as with any printer cartridges, ensure the heads are correctly cleaned. Running a cycle to clean the printer heads will ensure the ink flows correctly. You can select this option from the maintenance section of your printer properties. Keeping the ink flowing by using it regularly will also help ensure the heads dont get clogged up, even if that means just printing off a test page every few days. Should neither of these work, dabbing the printer heads with a dry cloth or cotton wool bud should remove any excess, erroneous ink.

Next, ensure print alignment is correctly set. Again, this is easy to do via the maintenance section of your printer facilities.

Finally, if you are using compatible ink cartridges you should ensure that they are all compatibles, and you are not mixing them with any original ones. Mixing the two can cause compatible cartridges not to be recognised or, equally importantly, can have a detrimental effect to the quality of print. The ink in compatibles is mixed in such away as to be used in conjunction with the other compatible cartridges in the printer. This may be different to that of the originals and therefore may produce a different colour entirely or a weak, tired look.

Following these simple steps, you can ensure you get the best possible print, the cheapest possible way.

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How To Install A Printer

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How To Install A Printer

Today, printers have become an indispensable part of computers considering the huge amount of printing works that are being done at offices and even at homes. HP and Canon are two trusted names in the market for offering an array of printers that suit every specific purpose. Installing a printer and making it ready for use is not a difficult task. It normally depends on its specific purpose i.e. office or home use. Hereafter in the article, printer for home use will be referred to as local printer and the office one as network printer. The operating system in use is Windows 7 Ultimate. They can be followed for Windows Vista too. For XP, it may have to be done in a bit different manner.

Starting with local printer, most of today’s printers are in USB models that makes the installation even easier. The following steps can be adopted to install a USB printer:

• First things first. Insert the cartridge in its appropriate slot following the user manual

• Get the driver CD that comes with the printer

• Using the power cable, switch on the printer. However, it is to be made sure that the device is not connected to the PC/laptop as it requires that the drivers be installed first, unlike old models where the printed has to be connected first

• Now install the driver following the on-screen instructions. Upon its completion, it asks to plug in the USB cable to its respective port. It then automatically detects the printer.

• An on-page instruction will appear that asks to print a sample page. Once this is done, the installation can be finished. The printer is ready to print now.

A network printer allows many users to share a single printer thereby nullifying the extra costs of procuring many printers. For its installation, the first thing to be made sure is to get it installed on a main workstation, post which it can be shared with other PC/laptops. Following are the steps to get the printer working on the network of computers.

• Click on the Windows Start button and select Devices and Printers

• Click on Add a printer and then click on Add a network, wireless or Bluetooth printer

• From the list of printers displayed, select the particular printer and click on Next and follow the on-screen instructions, and then click Finish

• If the printer is not in the list, it can be added by its name or the IP address

• Follow the same for every computer in the network

These are the basic steps that are involved in installing a local printer as well as a network printer. Should one have a fair knowledge of PCs/Laptops, it should not be a difficulty to get these steps right. For any kind of technical issues, one should not be hesitated to seek expert advices from the technical support team of the printer manufacturer.

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Micr Cartridges And Standard Laser Toner Cartridges

Micr Cartridges And Standard Laser Toner Cartridges
MICR cartridges contain magnetic components, especially iron oxide. This technology is used primarily by banking industry to make the processing of checks easy. MICR stands for Magnetic Ink Character Reader. This technology allows printers to print important information such as account numbers and check numbers in special typefaces. MICR characters can be easily read by computers as well as humans. MICR cartridges are also used in printing banking exams. The main reason to use them is to enable machines to study exams and other documents appropriately.

Other industries such as insurance, airlines, and activities ticketing also use this technology. This is because magnetic printing allows the characters to be read easily and clearly even if they have been overprinted. In addition to this, the error rate while reading or scanning magnetic printed checks and other documents is extremely low.

Difference between Regular Laser Toner Cartridges and MICR Cartridges

A laser toner is fine carbon-based powder mixed with a polymer. It is absolutely dry and is stored in a hopper chamber of the laser printer, whereas MICR toner contains a high percentage of ferrous oxide. It is a specially formulated toner mixture that is designed to be used for a specific laser printer. It is similar to laser toner, but requires 50 to 60 percent iron oxide preservative content.

MICR cartridges are used instead of laser toner when printing checks and other important documents because they support in identification and prevention of fraud. MICR readers cannot read through the documents that are not printed with MICR toners. In a laser-printed document, detecting fraud is little difficult. That’s why laser cartridges are used for printing out important documents.

Magnetic printing allows accuracy. This is mainly used in printing banking exams, checks, tickets, insurance documents, and other important deed or certificate. These can be easily assessed by MICR readers. If documents are not created properly, they’ll be straightaway rejected by the machines. Exams are assessed by MICR readers so that they can identify the exact spot on paper. In a laser-printed document, it is not possible.

Magnetic cartridges are used generally to print documents using magnetic ink and special fonts so that machine can easily read this information ensuring quick document processing. When a laser cartridge is used to print standard documents, such documents don’t need to be assessed to verify fraud. General official documents can be printed by using a laser toner.

The main purpose of MICR toner is to print negotiable documents. That’s why they are used in banking, insurance, and airlines industries for printing checks, deeds, certificates, and tickets. A laser cartridge is used to print general information with an idea to reduce human effort. Any information other than negotiable documents can be printed with it.

MICR printing has the ability to mark all information on negotiable documents, including your digitized signature, the MICR line, and other important information. A standard laser printer does not have the capability to imprint such information.

MICR cartridges do not have much importance in printing daily official documents. But yes, they are very important in printing out checks, certificates, deeds, and other special documents that need to be verified. A laser printer cartridge is much more useful for official printing purposes. Both technologies are different from each other and have their own advantages and disadvantages.

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What To Buy From Your Electronics Store ? NAS, USB or printer servers?

What To Buy From Your Electronics Store ? NAS, USB or printer servers?

Thanks to falling prices in your local electronics store and the advancement in technologies, the era of single computers for single households is truly over. Children have their own PC’s in their rooms now; and you probably have a laptop on your lap when lounging on the couch on evenings. But to buy an external hard drive for every PC and printer of course makes no sense, especially since you can access a hard drive from anywhere by setting up a server. And servers are no longer big monsters like they used to be; now they are even smaller than the external hard drives themselves! There are several types of servers easily available at any online Electronics Store, and here are the most common put together in a list:

1. Print Server

If you just want to share a printer on your network, then this is it for you. This handy device connects to your network using a network cable. The other side has a USB port where you connect your printer. With simple software to access the printer, the set-up is ready to print. There are even print servers that have web-based interfaces that need no software to function! Print servers for wireless network are available too. They work on the same principle, but have antennas instead of an Ethernet port.

2. USB server

They have the same working principle as print servers, only more elaborate. This device has one or more USB ports or USB Adapters so you can connect external hard drives besides a printer or a computer, for example. Ideal if you want to share files on your network without a file server. But do note the USB version while buying a USB server. Data transfer rates will vary according to that, and if you are one to constantly transfer huge files, it will make a world of difference!

3. NAS server

A Network Attached Storage server or an NAS server is basically a file server. With its own operating system it can do a lot from making backups to downloading. Some NAS servers can even accommodate a hard drive and then run through RAID. They are ideal for “heavy work”, often significantly smaller and more energy efficient than traditional servers. Even home users can now make good use of NAS servers. Movie buffs can use them as a Bit Torrent client and if you want to share files, their FTP server function is the solution. Besides the space to build in hard drives, they often have USB ports/USB adapters / eSATA ports where you can easily connect your external hard drives to easily access and share your files.

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Printer Cartridges – Step Back in History

Printer Cartridges – Step Back in History

You are working and trying to print out important documents when you discover that you are out of ink. This would have been a big drawback in the past. Most printers years ago used daisy wheels or ribbons to print documents. The evolution of printer cartridges should be looked at.

1984 saw the introduction of inkjet printers and printer cartridges. Now changing ink cartridges and printing documents was much easier. Finally, after years of changing ribbons and adding toner ink to reservoirs within the computer. The dot matrix printing method used ribbons. The industry found new ways to make printing easier and convenient.

Drop on demand is when the ink is squirted onto the paper through tiny nozzles. The quantity of ink dropped on the page is determined by the software driver as is which nozzle fires and when. By the year 1990 inkjet printer cartridges were generally accepted. Inkjet cartridges can print on almost anything including fabric, film, and almost any size piece of paper.

A popular choice for printing is the inkjet printer and they are used in a multiplicity of worldwide settings. All brands of printers use a particular type of ink cartridges. An identification number is given to each cartridge and the models it can be used in, is generally listed on the package. There is such a wide variety of cartridges, you will need to check your manual to see which is the right cartridge for you.

You can save money by getting inkjet refill kits and refill the cartridges yourself. These kits are not liked by everyone since the quality of printing isn’t as good and sometimes the cartridges when reinstalled fail to work right. Some retailers and manufacturers have reconditioned and refilled cartridges available. Compatible cartridges are made according to the exact specifications of the original manufacturer.

A compatible cartridge cannot be found for every inkjet cartridge. When choosing a printer find out what kind of cartridge it will use. The type of cartridge will be determined by the type and quantity of printing you will need to be doing. Check with retailers, on the Internet, and manufacturers about the printer you are looking at. The Internet offers discounted cartridges.

Use your search engine to find inkjet cartridges or printer cartridges. Many websites offer amazing discounts. To find the best deal for you, some research will be need to be done. When purchasing them pay attention to the top of the cartridge. A list of the models the cartridge can be used in, is on the side of the box. The timeline below has some really interesting facts. This is a terrific list of answers for a trivia game. There was a lot of hard work that went into creating the ink cartridge as we know it.

It is easy to see why cartridges are so expensive. An old wine press was used by Gutenberg in 1452 along with moveable type and oil based ink to build the first printing press. Martin Luther made extensive use of the printing press as he began the Protestant Reformation. The typewriter was created in 1714.

Although schematics done by Mills were discovered, there is no proof that any typewriters have were actually made. In 1874 Christopher Sholes, Samuel Soule, and Carlos Glidden, made the “qwerty” so named for the first five keys on the top row of the keyboard. A typewriter was developed in 1894 by Franz Wagner that is similar to the ones that are made today.

The design he created let typissts watch as they were typing. Paper, in the past, would go through a roller while you typed and you couldn’t see what you had typed until you were done. The Underwood made by John Underwood in 1897 was the prototype typewriter.

Charles Carlson developed the first dry writing method developed in the United States called electrography in 1939. The Haloid Company for the first time in 1949 developed electrography for commercial use. When the Xerox 914 came out in 1949 other businesses were forced to update their communication systems. Xerox first introduced dry (laser)printing in 1969 by Gary Starkweather.

Xerox released the world’s first business laser printer the Xerox 9700 in 1978. 120 ppm (pages per minute) was the rate of speed it could copy documents. In 1979 the IBM 3800 was capable of printing out 20,000 lines per minute. Use of toner cartridges became passe in the 1980’s. The first home-based desktop laser printer was released in 1984 by Hewlett-Packard.

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