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61085 Xeronic print rollers


Description of Photograph

Photograph of the print rollers on the Rank xerographic 'Xeronix' printer, later used on LEO III. The caption on the reverse of the print is from a publicity or trade brochure:

The Xeronic. The printing of the Xeronic as it emerges from the machine.  The production model Xeronic will print computer output at 3,000 lines a minute, 128 characters on a line, and in the same high quality printing operation will print its own forms to contain the information. The prototype prints 1,500 lines a minute. 
Rank Precision Industries Ltd Electronics Department

Provenance
Collected by Peter Bird as part of his research for his book LEO - The First Business Computer (1994).


Date: 1958

Physical Description: 1 photographic print; black and white

Archives Hub References: CMLEO/PB/PH/3/61085
PJB/3/1/32



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This exhibit has a reference ID of CH61085. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

Photograph of 61085  Xeronic print rollers

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Rank Precision Industries

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