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High-Speed Color Laser Printing

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The market expectation to high-speed color laser printing technology is growing every year, and the boundary between large volume printing within offices and industrial printing is finally about to disappear.

Big factors for such changes are

1. Rapid development of network environment,

2. Improvement of on-demand printing performances, realized by evolution of polymerization toner, related technologies and other technologies such as image-processing,

3. Improvement of color image quality,

4. Realistic prices and so on.

From now on, more and more information will be digitalized, and when customers stick to output on paper, key points of customer requests would be that they can print on any type of paper, at high speed, with high quality and with high reliability, completed with a nice range of finishing procedures. Therefore, it will be important to further scale down toner particles, lower particle adhesion, and enable low-temperature fixing.

In the high-speed color laser beam printer domain, therefore, technologies with polymerization toner as a core technology will surely gain more importance.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2004-01-01

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