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Fuji begins selling dry printer

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Fuji Medical Systems USA has begun sales of a dry 14 x 17 film printer based on a thermal recording process. The printer, FM-DP 3543, has a spatial resolution of 300 dots per inch and provides 11-bit images. The printer, first introduced at the 1996

Fuji Medical Systems USA has begun sales of a dry 14 x 17 film printer based on a thermal recording process. The printer, FM-DP 3543, has a spatial resolution of 300 dots per inch and provides 11-bit images. The printer, first introduced at the 1996 Radiological Society of North America meeting, will be targeted at decentralized printing applications, like mobile and remote environments, where wet processing is inconvenient, according to the Stamford, CT, company.

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