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In computing, a printer is a peripheral which makes a persistent human-readable representation of graphics or text on paper or similar physical media. The first computer printer design was a mechanically driven apparatus by Charles Babbage for his difference engine in the 19th century; his mechanical printer design was not built until 2000. The first electronic printer was the EP-101, invented by Japanese company Epson and released in 1968. The first commercial printers generally used mechanisms from electric typewriters and Teletype machines The demand for higher speed led to the development of new systems specifically for computer use. In the 1980s were daisy wheel systems similar to typewriters, line printers that produced similar output but at much higher speed, and dot matrix systems that could mix text and graphics but produced relatively low-quality output. The plotter was used for those requiring high quality line art like blueprints.
The introduction of the low-cost laser printer in 1984 with the first HP LaserJet, and the addition of PostScript in next year's Apple LaserWriter, set off a revolution in printing known as desktop publishing. Laser printers using PostScript mixed text and graphics, like dot-matrix printers, but at quality levels formerly available only from commercial typesetting systems. By 1990, most simple printing tasks like fliers and brochures were now created on personal computers and then laser printed; expensive offset printing systems were being dumped as scrap. The HP Deskjet of 1988 offered the same advantages as laser printer in terms of flexibility, but produced somewhat lower quality output (depending on the paper) from much less expensive mechanisms. Inkjet systems rapidly displaced dot matrix and daisy wheel printers from the market. By the 2000s high-quality printers of this sort had fallen under the $100 price point and became commonplace.
The rapid update of internet email through the 1990s and into the 2000s has largely displaced the need for printing as a means of moving documents, and a wide variety of reliable storage systems means that a "physical backup" is of little benefit today. Even the desire for printed output for "offline reading" while on mass transit or aircraft has been displaced by e-book readers and tablet computers. Today, traditional printers are being used more for special purposes, like printing photographs or artwork, and are no longer a must-have peripheral.
Starting around 2010, 3D printing became an area of intense interest, allowing the creation of physical objects with the same sort of effort as an early laser printer required to produce a brochure. These devices are in their earliest stages of development and have not yet become commonplace.
Selling for my long time friend’s mother. Her husband bought this a few years back and had a major stock.
Professional Epson Stylus Pro 7900 photography printer. This is a roll printer and can print continuously for as long as you have paper.
Paid $10,000 new Plus $120 per ink...
So for anyone who remembers my hammer spring for the High Standard R-109 22lr was fairly well used and caused 1-2 misfires a cylinder from a lack of power. Being unable to find another one in stock anywhere online and washers not being an option because of the super tight fit where the spring...
Howdy members of our fine community.
I'm looking for information on choosing a descent vinyl cutter or vinyl printer for making signs for cars trucks and whatever vehicle you may want to put on it on.
What say ye....;)
BNIB DREMEL 3D Printer with 12 Cartridges. Still sealed with strapping and plastic.
Dremel 3D Printer Idea Builder. 3D-20-01 Brand new in box, still sealed in manufacturers strapping and plastic. Includes: 12 brand new 3D filaments (2 white, 2 red, 2 green, 3 yellow, 1 grey, 1 maroon, 1 blue)...
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Sierra Hotel Iowa Tango
Even if you don't need one today, might be a good prep kit.
Bolt-together AR-15 lower receiver: no 3D printer necessary
Or at least the drawings: (Free to Use. Not Free to Claim as...
TARGETS FROM YOUR PRINTER
FREE DOWNLOAD SITES
Free downloadable targets for 6mm BR Norma and 6BR benchrest and Long Distance shooting. Targets for 100 to 1000 yards and varmint hunting.
Targets for Download and Printing within AccurateShooter.com
Printable Pistol Target 01|Printable...