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ANyone here copies things without printers?what's your favorite ones and why?
>>2714758how does that shit work?
>>2715369Looks like pretty simple sublimation
>>2715369carbon paper + white thin paper.a 90s tech.you write over the white paper over the top place a carbon paper bellow and bellow the carbon paper another white paper.this will enable the original mirror copy of what is writen on the first top paper.very useful to copy handwritten texts.but it is not common because americans lost the ability to write cursive.
I want to try a Print Gocco machine. It copies an image onto a light-sensitive silk screen material using one-time-use flash bulbs. Then you can use the silk screen to make multiple copies, to make greeting cards etc.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Print_Gocco