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Advantages of form adjustment in Xeikon FA-toner for high speed digital color printing

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Chemically produced toner (CPT) is dominating the majority of new product introductions in the desktop, home and office market. Making toners in liquid phases prior to drying and blending them, results in some advantages. In particular this enables developing simpler and cheaper printing machines. However, today it is still very difficult to meet the high end demands for graphic arts printers using this CPT technology; the benefits achieved when using polyester toners (adhesion, gloss, charge, pigment wetting,…) can not be matched (with CP-toners). Up till now, CPT is present in none of the high end high speed printing machines, which all use melt pulverized toner (MP-toner) (or also named traditional produced toner (TP-toner)) based on polyester. This paper shows the advantages when form adjustment (FA) is applied on traditionally produced polyester toners for high speed color printing. Combining the best of both production technologies !

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2006-01-01

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