WHAT IS XEROGRAPHIC?
Tuesday, October 12, 2010 at 5:55PM
Core Reprographics

Xerographic machines, are toner based wide format printers which offer higher volume printing.  Typically these machines only have the ability to print black/grayscale media, commonly purchased by architects, engineers, and designers.

Toner: OEM toner, remains a crucial part of these machines.  A "cheaper" option a.k.a. compatible toner, which can ultimately ruin machines, and void warranties from the manufacturer.  CORE only carries OEM toner, due to the printing services we provide to our customers. 

Printable Media:  Rolls;  The most popular type of media for these machines, comes in a variety of widths and a length of 500 feet.  The 3"core, is the standard size for xerographic machines for roll feed applications.  Cut sheets; are a set size, also available in a variety of sizes are used to manually feed documents into your machine for fixed sizes.

All products distributed by CORE are tested and used daily, assuring our customers, quality and value.

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