1 May 1990 Magnetographic solution for high-speed nonimpact printing applications
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Abstract
Magnetography emerged in the late 1980s as one of the most reliable, high-speed non-impact printing technologies available. It was developed by Bull after a ten- year research and development effort. This presentation describes its development path, from its magneto-electric roots in the mid-1800s to present-day machines that are capable of printing well over one hundred pages per minute. The major topics covered will be: the anatomy of a high-speed magnetographic printer, with reference to the mechanics of the printing process; applications and the market potential for the technology; and market trends for the 1990s.
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David A. Dunn, "Magnetographic solution for high-speed nonimpact printing applications", Proc. SPIE 1252, Hard Copy and Printing Technologies, (1 May 1990); doi: 10.1117/12.19795; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.19795
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