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Number: 358/303
Name: Facsimile and static presentation processing > Facsimile > Recording apparatus > Pressure (e.g., on carbon paper)
Description: Subject matter wherein the picture is created by selectively exerting pressure on a medium that transfers toner to a record carrier in accordance with the applied pressure.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
4866539 Composing system including a foil printing unit Sep. 12, 1989
4760467 Composing system including a foil printing unit Jul. 26, 1988
4636807 Apparatus and method for light value gray scale recording Jan. 13, 1987
4484201 Pen type recording apparatus Nov. 20, 1984
4449152 Copying machine May. 15, 1984
4447832 Reproducing machine May. 8, 1984
4442460 Copying machine Apr. 10, 1984
4403874 Color printer and multi-ribbon cartridge therefor Sep. 13, 1983
4358795 Graphic scanning and printing device Nov. 9, 1982
4317139 Facsimile apparatus and method of operation Feb. 23, 1982
4262301 Electronic imaging camera Apr. 14, 1981
4178598 Transfer or recording sheet having a textured surface Dec. 11, 1979
4121224 Recording mechanism using ball-point-pen Oct. 17, 1978

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