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Xerox 914The first modern photocopy machine, whereby a plain paper copy was made by merely placing the original on a glass platform and pressing a button. Introduced in 1959, the 914 was Xerox's first automatic machine. It followed nine years after the Model A, and users no longer had to perform a lengthy manual operation to make a copy. See Xerox and electrophotographic.
|The Model 914|
|The 914 was the first automatic xerographic machine. An outstanding success, it put Xerox on the map worldwide. See Xerox Model A. (Image courtesy of Xerox Corporation.)|
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