Xerox is the company that brought the first plain paper copier to the world. The process for making copies on plain paper, was first called Electro-photography, but was later changed to Xerography.
The purpose of this website, is to preserve the history of Xerox, both the company and the machines that was produced in the early years of Xerox. I hope you enjoy this showcase, and history of the old Xerox copiers and duplicators, as well as the story of Xerox and Xerography.
New comment system
Many visitors in this website have commented on many of the Xerox machines, and that's greatly appreciated. These days I'm installing (hopefully) a better system for commenting. When you leaving a reply (comment) on any of the machines, it's now possible to edit the comment for 15 minutes after you have entered it. If you never have entered a comment before, it need to be moderated before it's visible.
You can also upload images when you are leaving a comment. Maybe you have some images of Xerox machines, or memories from your Xerox days that you want to share with others on this website.
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The history of Xerography
Xerography has long been used to describe the special copying technique. But how well do we know the story behind it?
Photocopying machine (in common speech called the copy machine) is perhaps the most remarkable technological invention of the last century. The importance is not far from the computer.