Monday, October 09, 2006

Color Copier

color copier,digital color copier

Color copiers are digital, and function like a computer scanner attached to a laser printer. After scanning the original, the copier subsequently transfers the information to a charged image drum via laser. Prior to being transferred to paper, the color toner adheres to the charged areas of the drum. As is the case with a laser printer, the final step is to heat the toner on the page to fuse a permanent image.

Standard features on digital color canon copiers in general are border erasing, image centering, color adjustment, and color balancing. There are a few models that can offer you a whole menu of additional editing functions, like colorizing. Colorizing enables you to create color documents from black and white originals.

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