Thinking about bringing your company into the digital age? Digital duplicators offer a lot of benefits over traditional printing technology. Here, we’ll consider how digital duplicators compare to other printing methods. After reading, you’ll be better equipped to make a decision about whether or not the digital duplicator fits your company’s unique needs.
How does it work?
Digital duplicator technology has been improving since the Riso Kagaku Corporation first developed the technology in the 1980s. With this type of machine, still employed today, users place the original item on the glass surface of the scanner, after which the scanned image is burned onto a piece of wax paper. This wax paper is then added to an ink drum, which percolates ink through tiny dots in the wax to create a copy.