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Tuesday, June 24th, 2014

There are some pieces of office equipment you simply can’t live without. Your computer, a comfortable desk chair, a great printer, and, of course, a high quality copier. How do you know when it’s time to upgrade your copier? Here are a couple things to ask yourself:

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Tuesday, June 17th, 2014

What Is Slit Glass?

Slit glass has optical properties that resemble those of regular glass, but without some of the less desirable qualities. Slit glass is extremely hard to break, lacks micro cracking and has a refractive index of 1.64. Generally, the glass used for making slit glass has an index of 1.52.

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Wednesday, June 11th, 2014

Before the copy machine existed, typists used carbon paper to make copies. This process resulted in low-quality, dirty copies. During the Industrial Revolution, the explosion of business demanded a more efficient means of duplication than the carbon paper copy method, which led to the Mimeograph, invented by Thomas Edison. It was also referred to as a stencil duplicator.

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Wednesday, June 4th, 2014

The average American uses hundreds of pounds of paper annually. The average office worker can go through a staggering 1.5 pounds of paper daily. Copying and printing onto both sides of the paper cuts your paper usage in half while saving trees and energy and potentially reducing printing, copying, paper storage, disposal, postage, and recycling costs.

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