SPEEDY PRINTINGWritten by Florie Lyn Masarate
Consider situation; you have to meet a quota on number of pages in order to make it to a given deadline. And all you have is this printer that is like a beat-up old truck making its way down street. Of course, it is exaggerating way too much but then there used to be a time like that. The money spent is another consideration. The outcome: Late for deadline with a below quota output and definitely broke. Seeing printed copies did not help either.
These are just some of problems people encounter whether in office or in a business setting. These are everyday obstacle that a person has to go through in order to get printed materials done. It would have been worth it if outcome to all these troubles were good quality but that was not case.
Thanks to brilliant minds and modern technologies, people can now print directly, skipping over film. Getting more copies in no time. And reducing costs in half. Thatís not all. You get top quality printed materials. And guess what else? You get to meet your deadline.
With invention of new digital technologies, peopleís time and resources are maximized and reduced.
Printers that have been developed produce more copies, not just ordinary copies, but top quality prints. With use of brilliant colors and image enhancers, printed materials can only be described as finest of its kind. Even photocopiers have been modified to produce copies that looked like original ones.
PRINTING INNO-VENTIONSWritten by Florie Lyn Masarate
During early times, when machines were not yet capable of doing human chores, art of printing was done by hands. Everything has to be written. Imagine working and doing things manually like writing your report and having to rewrite them over and over to make copies. Pretty exhausting, isnít it?
But then, typewriter made a dramatic appearance in printing industry. Although slow and manually operated, it was considered as one of greatest invention that time. Making writing an easy task, it immediately took place of handwriting and was a big success. The only thing that people had to do is click on desired keys. Better than handwriting.
Next came Xerox machine. It made printed materials available to everyone. The task of making copies was cut into half as this machine gave reproduction another meaning. Duplicates can be made from a single copy. The Xerox machine revolutionized repetition of prints that were usually manually done over and over to produce desired number of copies. This machine made printing a menial task of putting a copy inside it and wait.
Comes computer, with its soft buttons and wide screen and of course, its printer. Prints can now be seen clearly. Mistakes corrected without getting paper dirty and can even help with your spellings and grammar. All that needed to be done is to input number of copies required, push a button and then after a few minutes, copies done.