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photocopier

A machine that makes a duplicate of a paper document. Xerox invented the photocopy process in wide use today, which scans the sheet of paper to capture an image of its contents. However, machines in the early 1900s from the Rectigraph Company and the Photostat Corporation created an actual photograph of the document. See Xerox.
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In 2012, Carrollwood Copy Center created an extremely successful custom calendar fundraising campaign for the nonprofit Big Cat Rescue and the charity has returned this year to continue its successful campaign.
CLEVELAND (AP) -- Several Ohio colleges have outsourced their copy centers to Xerox in the latest attempt to cut costs.
McDarment offers blueprints and plans ill the copy center, art supplies and classes in McDees, artwork for sale in the gallery and event space rental in the atrium.
said the copy center guy, who always called every man Joe and every woman Frieda.
Now with a unique partnership with Konica Corporation, TRM is offering a state-of-the-art Convenience Copy Center to select chain and independent retail establishments.
Cornerstone Copy Center relies on the press to handle direct-mail pieces, educational materials and newsletters and expects to add even more personalization using software from XMPie([R]), A Xerox Company.
In 1986, one of their sons opened Sunland Printing and Copy Center and she worked there as his office manager and typesetter.
It has not affected my business whatsoever," says Franklin, whose company is a quick printer and copy center.
And, Kinkos Copy Center, the California-based retailer with more than 600 stores throughout the United States, has leased a 4,500 square foot store at 16 East 52nd Street off of Madison Avenue for a full service midtown facility.
Announcement of competition: Procurement of machine for print, copy and scan in color and black / white for use in copy center to Skedsmo municipality.
The copy center will be completed next month, and the cybercafe in October.
Some firms are now expanding into management of areas such as copy center and mail room operations, courier services, receiving and distribution, energy systems, transportation services and records management as added value services for their clients.