An Improved Technique for the Driven Characteristics for Toner Transportation
Abstract:In this paper, we show a new type of the experimental system for toner transportation. We have obtained the following major results:
1. Employing the technique of vibrating the sheet of the printed periodic array-conductors driven by four phase rectangular pulses for toner transportation, which is assembled on the disk of piezoelectric ceramics, we have succeeded in decreasing greatly the amplitude of four phase rectangular pulses.
2. We have obtained that the toner particles adhered on the sheet of periodic array-conductors due to the adhesive force can be easily moved by vibration.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2001
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