Optimizing Developer Roll Design for Increased Component Life
Abstract:Developer roll design variables including roll compliance, coating hardness, and topography were evaluated relative to toner filming and photoconductor (OPC) wear; two common end of life failure modes in contact development laser printer systems. It was found that reduced coating hardness offered the greatest potential for minimizing toner filming. With respect to OPC wear, trends indicate that both overall developer roll compliance and topography can influence the usable life of the photoconductor; with softer rolls and a peaked topography preferred.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2011
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