Image Fix Model for Belt Fusing System
Abstract:A first principle formalism is proposed for image fix to describe Taber abrasion as well as crease in a hot roll belt system, which takes into account the conditions in the nip as well as the media thickness and backup roll temperature. First order explicit relationships are derived for fuse grade performance, which agree with existing predictions and measurements. The analysis can be used to design the fusing process and select materials and hardware.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2011
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