Page Teletypewriter

Page Teletypewriter

 

a device that prints the text of a telegram on wide web paper. Use of a page teletypewriter eliminates the need for pasting the telegram on a sheet. If multilayered rolls of paper with carbon paper interlayers are used, several copies of the printed text can be obtained.

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Developed in 1953 as OKI's first page teletypewriter, Teletype Model 55 is the root of digital printers.