The Mechanics of Geometric Stripping
Abstract:The paper describes a dynamic model for a toner-laden sheet being bent on a rotating fusing surface with a radius. The toner is treated as visco-elastic, with a complex modulus that is a function of temperature and frequency. Other inputs include toner thickness, media modulus, and media thickness. The model can quantify the contribution of the following to successful stripping: stripping radius, process speed, toner rheological properties, toner temperature, toner thickness, and media stiffness. The model can also be used to predict the impact of more complicated scenarios, like varying image/paper bleed dimensions and external stripping devices.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2010
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