Definitions for "Xerography"
Inkless reproduction process that uses static electricity and toner powder to copy an image (Xerox).
A copying process using electrostatic technology to reproduce images.
An imaging method that electrostatically charges ink toner particles, which are attracted to areas of the paper that have been given an electrical charge. The dry toner is then heat fused to the paper, forming an image. This is the basis of almost all office copy machines.