printer

[n] - someone whose occupation is printing 2. [n] - (computer science) an output device that prints the results of data processing 3. [n] - a machine that prints
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Printer

An output device for producing a hard copy of textual or graphic information. Several types of printer are available for image handling e.g. laser, LED, liquid crystal, thermal transfer, ink jet.
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Printer

(Digital cameras and photo printers) Some types of printers include: dot-matrix, ink-jet, laser, LED or dye-sublimation.
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printer

A device that puts computer data onto paper.
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Printer

A computer-output device which prints characters of data in text or graphic form on a medium such as paper
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Printer

Film or plate of a single colour produced in the colour separation process.
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Printer

Print'er noun One who prints; especially, one who prints books, newspapers, engravings, etc., a compositor; a typesetter; a pressman. Printer's devil , Printer's gauge . See under Devil , and Gauge . -- Printer's ink . See Printing ink , bel
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printer

printing machine noun a machine that prints
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printer

pressman noun someone whose occupation is printing
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Printer

• (n.) One who prints; especially, one who prints books, newspapers, engravings, etc., a compositor; a typesetter; a pressman.
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printer

(from the article `computer`) Printers are a common example of output devices. New multifunction peripherals that integrate printing, scanning, and copying into a single device ... Computer printers are commonly divided into two general classes according to the way they produce images on paper: impact and nonimpact. In the first ... ...
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Printer

In printing trade, person who owns or manages print shop or runs printing press. In 4-color process printing, one of the separation negatives.
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printer

printer, computeroutput device that reproduces data on paper or another medium. Impact printers use a mechanical hammering device to produce each character. A formed character printer forces metal or plastic characters against an inked ribbon to produce a sharp image on paper; the characters may be ...
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printer

In computing, an output device for producing printed copies of text or graphics. Types include the daisywheel printer, which produces good-quality text but no graphics; the dot matrix printer, which produces text and graphics by printing a pattern of small dots; the ink-jet printer, w...
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Printer

[publishing] In publishing, printers are both companies providing printing services and individuals who directly operate printing presses. The profession of printer became established after the invention of the moveable type printing press by Johannes Gutenberg around 1450, and proliferated throughout Europe. Such early printers often were
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Printer

[computing] 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 world`s first computer printer was a 19th-century mechanically driven apparatus invented by Charles Babbage for his difference engine. ==Types of printers== Personal printers
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