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After copies were pressed onto the paper, the paper entered the cabinet under the copier, where it dried on a large roller. An attachment was used to cut dried copies off the roll.
Numerous companies produced roller copiers over a period of three decades. For example, Plate 11B shows a Rapid Duplicator that was advertised in Copies could be made more quickly with a roller copier than with a letter copying press.
It was claimed that nearly papers could be copied in two minutes with a roller copier. Roller copiers also competed with carbon paper. It was claimed that a roller copier could make a half dozen copies of a typewritten letter if the letter was run through the copier several times.
It could make a dozen copies if the letter was written with a pen and good copying ink. Referring to roller copiers, Chas. Sweetland,Anti-Confusion Business Methods,p. Rapid Roller Copier Plate 11B3.
This machine was similar to roller copiers but copied onto loose-leaf paper. The Cylinder Letter Press Co. Although polygraphs in the 17th century, polygraphs did not became popular until Jefferson used a polygraph for the rest of his life.
However, polygraphs were not practical for most office purposes and were never widely used in businesses. One problem was their "inherent instability, and constant need for repair and adjustment.
For additional photographs of Jefferson's polygraphs, click on the following two links to the Library of Congress 12. Wedgwood Patent Manifold Writer and similar systems that were sold from until around the end of the 19th century enabled users to retain a copy of outgoing letters made with this carbon paper.
The original Wedgwood system used manifolds consisting of a sheet of transparent paper followed by a sheet of ordinary writing paper. To write a letter and make a carbon copy simultaneously, the user would insert a sheet of double-sided carbon paper between the transparent sheet and the writing paper.
When the user wrote with an ivory, steel, or agate-tipped stylus like that in Plate 13 on the transparent paper, he would produce an outgoing letter on the ordinary paper under the carbon. He would also produce a copy in reverse on the back of the transparent sheet.
Because the sheet was transparent, the copy could be read from the front. Plate 13A shows a stylus lying on a manifold copying book with detachable letter pages.
Davison, Alnwick, England, advertised "letter writers," which may have been manifold writers, c. Mark Twain wrote some of his stories on Manifold Writers in the early s.
During the s, advertisements for Wedgwood Patent Manifold Writers claimed that they could be used to make up to ten copies, but most of the manifold books were designed to make one copy that could be sent and one that would be retained.
Nevertheless, use of carbon paper was modest until the s. Early carbon paper was messy, carbon paper did not make a satisfactory copy when the original was written with a pen, there was concern that carbon copies could be altered or forged, and carbon copies were not admissible in court.
Carbon paper became more important after the late s because of the introduction of the typewriter and greaseless carbon paper. Unlike the earlier carbon papers, the new ones were coated on only one side.
Typewriters were able to produce up to ten carbon copies along with an original. Hagley Museum and Library. Yates reports that in a government report stated that "by the almost universal practice of business concerns, the carbon copy has supplanted the press copy as a record of outgoing correspondence.
Machines Used to Make Many Duplicates Printing Presses Neither letter copying presses nor carbon paper could be used to make numerous copies of a document. Until the mids, offices had two options for making many copies. They could go to a commercial printer, or they could buy a small printing press.
In the 19th century, commercial printers used platen presses for job work such as business cards, envelopes, billheads, and circulars. The online Briar Press reports that small table top printing presses were made in the US as early as the s.benjaminpohle.com's weekly/monthly splash page.
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