XEROX SHOWCASES REUSABLE PRINTING PAPER

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XEROX SHOWCASES REUSABLE PRINTING PAPER

 user 2008-04-30 at 2:39:49 pm Views: 42
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    Xerox showcases Reusable Printing Paper
    http://www.techshout.com/science/2008/30/xerox-showcases-reusable-printing-paper/
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    Alto Research Center (PARC) in Silicon Valley is considered to be a
    centre of emerging technologies. Keeping to this distinction, PARC has
    introduced a copy paper that is not only reusable but also doesn’t
    consume any ink or toner to print words. This research was funded by
    Xerox.This innovative paper can be reused for up to 100 times. Absence
    of toner and ink while copying makes the activity cost effective.The
    newly developed paper features specially-coded molecules that react
    when exposed to ultraviolet light emitted from a bar in a printer. As a
    result, the print is created on the paper. The molecules fade back to
    their normal state within 24 hours, destroying the prints. Hence the
    paper can be used once again for re-printing.Eric Shrader, area manager
    at PARC said that most of the offices print documents for one time use
    only. This one time use increases importance of the new reusable
    paper.“Our mission is to deliver innovations that solve the problems
    our customers face today while creating visionary technologies for
    tomorrow and beyond,” said Sophie Vandebroek, Xerox chief technology
    officer and president of the Xerox Innovation Group.Ten other
    innovative researches were also presented by PARC with the innovative
    paper that includes a ground-breaking way to capture and use solar
    energy, laser-based medical scanner etc.