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 Gears in printers are made up of what type of plastic,,,reply please very urgent?

Answer On just a guess I would say nylon
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What type of material are the internal gears of a seat belt mechanism most likely made of and why?

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How to Change the Gears in Old Crank-Type House Windows?

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What type of printers use less ink?

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What type of ink do Epson printers use?

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