laser-beam printer

laser-beam printer

[′lā·zər ‚bēm ‚print·ər]
(graphic arts)
A nonimpact printer that operates at well over 10,000 lines per minute, using a low-power laser to produce image-forming charges a line at a time on the photoconductive surface of a drum; dry powder that adheres only to charged areas is applied to the drum, transferred to plain paper, and fused by heat.
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on Thursday, alleging that the major camera and printer company is unfairly obstructing the sale of laser-beam printer toner cartridges produced by other firms for use in Canon products, sources close to the matter said Friday.
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said Monday its group sales and net profit grew for the seventh year in a row to all-time highs in the just-ended business year thanks to strong sales of digital cameras, color network multifunction devices and laser-beam printers.
For the current business year, Canon expects another sales and profit rise on continuously strong demand for digital cameras especially in developing countries and for network multifunction devices and laser-beam printers.
The strong performance was also supported by a sales recovery of laser-beam printers and semiconductor-manufacturing equipment following a year-before slump caused by inventory adjustments at a sales partner, Canon said.
Japan's largest maker of copiers and office-use printers said its first-quarter earnings were depressed by inventory adjustments for laser-beam printers, a key profit generator.
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It is already the largest manufacturer of laser-beam printers and neck-and-neck with rivals Xerox Corp and Ricoh Co for the top spot in digital photocopiers.
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