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Ricoh SD-Development Technology and Pre-mix System for Image Quality

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Abstract:

We developed a new full-color development unit, which adopted two new technologies together. The first technology named SD-development system (Stable Density development system) decreases declination of TC (toner concentration) on the development roller, to make high qualities for every printout image. The other one is a pre-mix system. The pre-mix system is to replace old developer in the development unit to fresh developer gradually during development units operating, to keep high quality printout images and to extend the developer lifetime longer. The pre-mix system which is adopted on the new development unit makes a remarkable stability with SD-development system.

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2008-01-01

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