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Laser Printing Equipment
- (Laser Printer) Generally refers to the B&W printers which employ dry toner, xerographic printing process. There are also colour lasers.
(Laser printer) A device similar to an office copier in which the image is created on a photosensitive surface, usually a drum, via a computer-controlled beam of light from a laser.
(laser printer) electrostatic printer that focuses a laser beam to form images that are transferred to paper electrostatically
- Mental resources
- an instrumentality needed for an undertaking or to perform a service
- A tool is a device that can be used to produce or achieve something, but that is not consumed in the process. Colloquially a tool can also be a procedure or process used for a specific purpose.
- The act of equipping, or the state of being equipped, as for a voyage or expedition; Whatever is used in equipping; necessaries for an expedition or voyage; the collective designation for the articles comprising an outfit; equipage; as, a railroad equipment (locomotives, cars, etc.
- The process of supplying someone or something with such necessary items
- The necessary items for a particular purpose
NEW BRAND Hewlett Packard Universal Bond Paper Finishing Matte Dye Pigment Inks Printing Solution Printer
Additional Information: Dry time: Instant (23 degree centigrade, 50% RH). Grammage: 80 g/m?. CIE Whiteness: 160 CIE Ganz 82. Compatibility: Printer: HP Designjet 5500/5000 series. HP Designjet 3000/2000 series. HP Designjet 1000 series. HP Designjet 800/500 series. HP Designjet 700 series. HP Designjet 400/300 series. Encad Novajet 750/700 (line drawing). Epson Stylus PRO 9000/7000 (line draw). Ink: HP 81 DYE. HP CP DYE ink supplies. HP 80 ink supplies. HP 10, 11, & 82 ink supplies. HP 45 black ink, HP 44 CMY ink. HP 40 black ink, HP 44 CMY ink. Dye and pigment inks.
2011-10-14 (Day 413) Cordoned Off
I work in Dalgety Bay, in Fife, Scotland.
Dalgety Bay is a moderately up-market town, housing around 10,000 souls and located on the north side of the River Forth. At this point, the rive is over a mile wide, so going to the waterside really does feel as if you're at the seaside. It's a lovely town, with some beautiful houses, shops, offiecs etc and of course the proximity to the water, that just does something to make me feel good.
However, the town also has a small problem.
During the second world war, there was no town in Dalgety Bay. Instead, there were various military facilities, along with a small factory where aircraft instrumentation was built. In order that the pilots could see the instruments at night, the important features were picked out with luminous paint. That luminosity came from radioactive radium.
Well, after the war, the demand for such equipment faded and the factory was closed. All its supplies were buried or thrown into the river, and the town was built. Now, every so often, some of that equipment bubles up to the surface, and shows itself as radioactive particles.
Yesterday, the Scottish Environmental Protection Agency said that a routine inspection of the beach had discovered a particle that was emitting 10 MegaBecquerels... that is ten million nuclear decays per second. Which sounds like a lot, but I suspect is in fact very little.
It was enough to set the media into a feeding frenzy, though, and the papers described the beach as being "cordoned off".
And that's where today's picture comes in.
Here's the beach. Here's the public notice describing the problem. Yes, it's a single laser-printed page, laminated and stuck onto a piece of board.
And don't you like the cordoning off? A few spikes stuck in the ground, a little bit of plastic tape, whivh is tied off on a rusting old boat trailer in the nearby grounds of the Dalgety Bay Sailing Club.
Actually, I rather like the understatement, but could do without the media screaming about the horrors of it all...
laser-printed paper backing
In a previous attempt at getting any kind of pattern onto cloth more directly (but less permanently) than using iron-on transfer paper, I had tried ironing a laser-printed grid directly on to a piece of cloth. It didn't work, but I noticed that the cloth did cling reasonably well to the print/paper.
This was an attempt to use that property to my advantage by using the laser-printed page as a stiff backing to feed the cloth into my inkjet printer. It almost worked, but because the edges weren't secure the rolled and clogged things up a bit.
laser printing equipment
Physical Characteristics. Color: White. Miscellaneous: Additional Information: 35 lb (130 g/m2) basis weight for extra durability - recyclable, too. Bright white, plus excellent indoor lightfastness for lasting, vivid color. Exceptional bleed control and high resolution for clear, sharp images. Printing material dry time: Immediate. Printing material gloss level: Not applicable. Printing material lamination: Yes/Hot. Lightfastness: Delta E less than 12 (3 months indoors). Printing material shelf life: 1 year. Printing material smoothness: 165 SU. Waterfastness: Delta OD less than 0.10. Printing material whiteness: 132 per CIE Ganz 82 Test Method. Compatibility: HP Designjet printers: 500 Series. 800 Series. 5000 Series. Recycled: No. Recycled Content: 0%. Post-consumer-waste%: 0%.
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