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Kodak ads tout dry printing

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Is Kodak preparing to roll out a dry laser film printer? The Rochester, NY, company has been running ads in healthcare magazines announcing that "dry printing from Kodak is coming." Kodak displayed a work-in-progress dry laser printer at last year's

Is Kodak preparing to roll out a dry laser film printer? The Rochester, NY, company has been running ads in healthcare magazines announcing that "dry printing from Kodak is coming." Kodak displayed a work-in-progress dry laser printer at last year's Radiological Society of North America meeting (SCAN Special Report 12/96).

Once the Kodak product is released, it would join printers from Sterling Diagnostic Imaging and Imation as the only dry lasers on the market. A Kodak spokesperson declined to predict when a dry Kodak offering might become available, however.

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