Also, the electrophotographic
printing market is segmented based on type
- laminating an emboss hologram transferring member (20) over the electrophotographic
image so that a surface on which a corrugation profile (21) is formed of the emboss hologram transferring member is in contact with the electrophotographic
The basic characteristic of electrophotographic
ink is a stiff state which is caused by the tiny particles of expressively negative potential.
(RLA), Kidman Park, South Australia, were developing a new form of liquid electrophotography when they invented an inkjet technology now known as the Tonejet process, by which electrophotographic
toner is passed through a print head.
It's a photo-quality digital color label printer using CMYK electrophotographic
(LED laser array) technology.
TAPPI Test Methods up for review, July-December 2006 T 504 cm-97 Glue in paper (qualitative & quantitative determination) (July 7) T 408 cm-97 Rosin in paper and paperboard (July 19) T 405 cm-97 Petroleum wax in impregnated papers (July 21) T 528 cm-97 Solvent holdout of electrophotographic
base paper (July 24) T 255 cm-97 Water-soluble sulfates in pulp and paper (July 28) T 611 cm-97 Analysis of bleaching powder, calcium hypochlorite bleach liquor and bleach sludge (Aug.
Model 400 is intended for use by OEMs for electrophotography quality control by industry R & D in the development of new electrophotographic
An environmentally friendly toner than can produce easily deinkable copies for use in electrophotographic
copiers and printers.
Semiconductive polyurethane components are also used widely in charge management to control and adjust the specific charge density and uniformity in electrophotographic
applications (e.g., laser printers, thermal printers, and photocopiers).
Indigo, a sheet-fed offset press, uses an e-print engine with liquid inks, while Agfa employs a Xeikon print engine (as do several other manufacturers) which deposits four colors (cyan, magenta, yellow and black) of dry toner, a polymer resin binder with pigments for color whose size is very small - about 7.5 microns - in comparison with traditional electrophotographic
In this article, we introduce four EHW chips currently being developed as part of MITI's Real-World Computing Project; an analog EHW chip for cellular phones, a neural network EHW chip capable of autonomous reconfiguration, a data compression EHW chip for electrophotographic
printers, and an adaptive control EHW chip for use in prosthetic hands and robot navigation.
However, a little background reading on electrophotographic
toner formulation will reveal that such technology already exists, with a number of years of successful commercial exploitation to its credit.