Performance analysis of pulvized “rounding” surface treated toner (RST-toner) vs. chemically prepared toner (CP-toner)
This paper is to explore the feasibility of using traditional pulverized produced non-spherical toner (TP-toner) and applying a “rounding” surface treatment process to create spherical toner (RST-toner). The performance of RST-toner, CP-toner, and nonspherical TP-toner will then be compared. The parameters for comparison are: transfer efficiency, image density, and other print quality in general.
This paper shows when TP-toner treated with “rounding” surface treatment process in addition to proper post blending material and process, the performance of the RST-toner can be significantly improved.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2007-01-01
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