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Development of OPC for high speed digital monochromatic MFP

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In February, 2006, RICOH Company, Ltd. launched the Ricoh imagio MP9000/1100/1350 series (Aficio MP9000/1100/1350) designed for a high speed digital monochromatic Multi Functional Printer. The Organic Photo Conductor (OPC) applied to this machine had a life of two millions prints (Letter). The durability of the OPC had been dramatically increased than ever before. In attempting to increase durability of OPC, we tried to prevent the occurrence of background fouling, which deteriorates with long term of use and largely influences on the life of OPC. As a result of our study, we developed the following three methods to achieve our object: (I) Adopting blocking layer to improve hole-blocking ability. (II) Increasing the thickness of charge transport layer (CTL). (III) Optimizing cleaning condition to minimize CTL abrasion rate.

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: January 1, 2007

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