An Experimental Study on Developing Characteristics Using Highly Concentrated Liquid Toner
Abstract:Although liquid development using submicrometer-sized toner particles is suitable for achieving high image quality including half-tone images, conventional liquid developing units are limited in speed and cause chemical pollution. Furthermore, the need for a built-in toner density control unit makes the printer equipment complex. To solve these problems, a liquid developing unit using highly concentrated liquid toner that can develop the latent image in a small developing area without any toner density control is available. This unit contains a developing roller that also works as a filming roller and squeezing roller. Optimal developing conditions that yield a high-quality image with a noise-free background are described.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 1998
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