Most current photocopiers use a technology called xerography , a dry process using heat.
‘The more you understand about xerography ,’ pioneering Xerox engineer Bob Gundlach tells Owen, ‘the more you are amazed that it works.’
The process, later renamed xerography (dry writing), used electrostatic energy to transfer dry ink to a page.
Had he not conceived of xerography , the plain paper copier might have remained un-invented for decades.
The ‘listing card’ was xerographically copied onto the back of the punch card.
There is a nice painting of a Roman court on the front… The book was printed ‘ xerographically .’
What did they do in offices before the xerographic copier?
These books are typeset in TeX. reproduced xerographically , and bound in a high-quality paper cover.
The second strategy deals with larger scale faults and capability degradation in the xerographic process.
Page 23 features a border of xerographically magnified neo-crosshatchings that suggest hills, paths and tree cover.