A photocopier is a device for making photographic copies of graphic images. Xerographic process is a common form of the photocopier, where light reflected from the original document is focused onto an electrically charged insulated photoconductor, and the latent image is developed using a resinous powder.

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"Photocopier" is in the UNSPSC Code "45121514"
  Photocopier cameras

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