Who invented the Photocopier ?

James Watt

  • The photocopier was invented by James Watt (1736-1819) between 1778-1780.
  • He was a Scottish engineer and inventor and one of the most important contributors to the Industrial Revolution. He is best known for making major improvements to the steam engine.
  • The watt was named after James Watt. Today it is still used as the basic unit of mechanical and electrical power, for light bulbs and other machines.

James Watt invented the Photocopier

James Watt 1736-1819

James Watt and the Press Copier

James Watt - SI Unit Watt

James Watt and Steam Engine

James Watt Signature

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