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    Copying Machines & Supplies in Evansville

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    Business Listing   Alpha Laser - Evansville, IN - Phone: (812) 475-1644

    Business Listing   Lang Company - Evansville, IN - Phone: (812) 426-1496

    Business Listing   Lanier Business Products Center - Evansville, IN - Phone: (812) 424-5736

    Business Listing   Royal Office Products Inc - Evansville, IN - Phone: (812) 423-6475

    Business Listing   Total Office Products Inc - Evansville, IN - Phone: (812) 475-8934

    Business Listing   Xerox Corporation - Evansville, IN - Phone: (812) 463-7722

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    Helpful Definition for: Copying Machines & Supplies

    Copying machines in Evansville are also called copiers or photocopiers, that make paper copies of documents and other visual images quickly and cheaply. They use a technology called xerography, a dry process using heat. They also use other technologies such as ink jet, but xerography is standard for office copying. Xerographic office photocopying has gradually replaced copies made by verifax, photostat, carbon paper, mimeograph machines, and other duplicating machines. Copying machines are widely used in business, education and government sectors in Evansville.

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