Computers. a high-speed printer that uses a laser to form dot-matrix patterns and an electrostatic process to fuse metallic particles to paper a page at a time: capable of producing a variety of character fonts, graphics, and other symbols.
a quiet high-quality computer printer that uses a laser beam shining on a photoconductive drum to produce characters, which are then transferred to paper
A type of printer that provides high-resolution images. A laser produces an image on a rotating drum, which is then rolled through a type of ink that transfers to the places illuminated by the laser.
- Laser pump
laser pump A device used to excite atoms for stimulated emission in the production or amplification of laser signals. Optical resonators of lasers use laser pumps to induce stimulated emission; relay stations in fiber optic communications use laser pumps to boost signals. See more at laser.
- Laser ring gyro
noun 1. (aeronautics) a system of aerial navigation in which rotation is sensed by the measuring of the frequency shift of laser light in a closed circuit in a horizontal plane
[ley-zer-skohp] /ˈleɪ zərˌskoʊp/ noun 1. a surgical instrument that employs a to destroy diseased tissue or to create small channels; used to open clogged arteries and, in ophthalmology, to treat patients with glaucoma or diabetic retinopathy.
noun 1. a device on a firearm that uses a laser to pinpoint impact.