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of Mortimer Street, London
Rank's large investment in Rank-Xerox paid off handsomely after 4-5 years.
1961 Manufacturers and distributors of xerographic equipment utilising a dry electro-photographic process known as "xerography". Products include "Xerox914 office copier"; "Xerox Copyflo Continuous Printer" for high volume copying from microfilm or original documents at 20ft per minute; "Xerox 1824 Copyflo Printer" for enlarging xerographically from microfilm frames inserted in specially punched cards; "Xerox 1385 Flat Plate Xerographic Equipment" for making offset litho, dyeline and spirit duplicating masters or copies up to foolscap size; "Xerox 1318 Flat Plate Xerographic Equipment" for making offset litho and dyline masters or copies up to 13" x 18". 150 employees.