The Secret Life of the Photocopier
James Watt, the inventor of the steam engine, patented the first copying machine, because of the disastrous inaccuracies that had occurred due to copying drawings by hand. Drawings to be copied were written in a special ink which bled into the copy when squashed through a mangle.
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SERIES 2: car internal combustion engine quartz watch telephone radio set video recorder
SERIES 3: fax machine lift word processor electric light photocopier the office
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