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Color Laser or Color Electrostatic Plotters?

Posted on 2006-06-20
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Hi everyone,

Do these devices exist? Who makes them? Where to learn more?

Thanks!
Dan
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I do not know of any colour lasers larger than A3/tabloid (laser technology does not lend itself to large format), nor do I know of any colour electrostatic plotters.

At present the market for large format colour is owned by inkjet technology.
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I'll accept hdhondt's answer for now, bust ask for more opinions if anyone has them.
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