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sheet feeder

[′shēt ‚fēd·ər]
(computer science)
A device that feeds noncontinuous forms or sheets of paper into a printer.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

sheet feeder

A mechanical device that feeds stacks of cut forms (letterheads, legal paper, etc.) into a printer.
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Also closing are corrugated sheet feeder plants at Pulaski, Tenn., and Waco, Texas, and a retail paper bag plant at Kansas City, Mo.
The printers are able to handle multi-page continuous forms with the paper feed system consisting of a push tractor for continuous forms and a manual single sheet feeder for individual documents.
SMF's association with Trumpf began in 1998 when it purchased a punching machine with an automated sheet feeder. This purchase and first entry into automated processing and material handling began a trend for the shop.
The 450wbt measures 13.3"x 3.2" x 7.3" and features a foldable, integrated sheet feeder that doubles as a cover for the printer.
It applies wallpaper or registered images, works with a single manual sheet feeder and foils sheets up to A4 in size at an approximate rate of 450 documents per hour.
The operations acquired by DS Smith consist of two Corrugated sheet feeder plants in Kettering and Hastings, and 11 corrugated sheet plants mainly based in the south and west of the UK.
The FS-1800 is also available in a special configuration called "production printer" with a 2000 sheet feeder and a 2000 sheet stacker that can handle media up to 200g/m[superscript two].
The fast built-in recharging feature, wireless printing with the infrared adapter and portable 30-page sheet feeder allow for hassle-free printing on the road.
A user simply mounts the optional scanner cartridge in place of the ink cartridge, inserts the document or photograph into the scanning holder and places it in the printer sheet feeder. A CCD sensor ensures high-quality image scanning, and the powerful scanner driver minimizes the scanning time.
A mobile user, who has extensive print requirements, should consider a portable printer with a sheet feeder. For light printing, a sheet feeder is not necessary.
The printer's straight paper path handles paper, card stock and enveloped without curling and the built-in sheet feeder holds 100 sheets of leter-or legal-size paper.
If you're going to use a flatbed scanner, be sure it has a sheet feeder; the last thing you want to do is hand feed one sheet at time.