Mechanism of Liquid Development Using Highly Concentrated Liquid Toner
Abstract:A liquid development system using highly concentrated liquid toner was developed. This system can develop a latent image in a small development area, and it does not increase the complexity of the printer equipment. The mechanism of liquid development using a highly concentrated liquid toner is examined with simple developing model based on electrophoretic theory. The mobility of toner particles that was measured by using the electrophoretic deposition method and used to evaluate the properties of the liquid toner. The method could successfully determined the minimum developing bias potential needed for a good quality image without fog. It is concluded that a highly concentrated liquid toner has shorter development time.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2000
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