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    The Laser Printing Process

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    The Laser Printing Process Empty The Laser Printing Process

    Post by The Tech Wiz on Sat Oct 22, 2011 1:15 pm

    C - Cleaning
    C - Conditioning
    W - Writing
    D - Developing
    T - Transferring
    F - Fusing

    C - toner scraped off
    C - prepare for the new image
    W - a laser is shot to the drum, writes the image
    D - toner is transferred to the drum
    T - image is transferred from drum to paper
    F - the melting (fusing) of the toner to the paper

    CLEANING THE DRUM: The drum is photosensitive and MUST be physically and electrically cleaned. You should use a Rubber Cleaning Blade & Erase Lamp to clean properly.

    CHARGING THE DRUM: Primary Corona wiring is used to charge the drum. (UNV) Uniform Negative voltage is created ranging from 600 to 1000 volts of electricity.

    WRITING THE IMAGE: The laser creates a postive charge of electricity to the drum which is your image

    DEVELOPING THE IMAGE: Toner particles are charged negatively these particles are drawn to the postive charged areas located on the drum.

    TRANSFERRING THE IMAGE: The image is transferred from the drum to your image. The corona now puts a postive charge on the paper. This is why your paper should never be smooth it should be slighly rough to the fingertips.

    FUSING THE IMAGE: The toner you buy from the store is mostly plastic. The paper with your image goes through two rollers, a heated roller with a nonstick material so it only takes on sheet of paper. The other roller is a pressure roller which melts the toner onto the paper.

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    The Laser Printing Process Empty Re: The Laser Printing Process

    Post by Gamer Pro on Sat Oct 22, 2011 2:25 pm

    Nice thread I'm glad somebody is good with printers. Everytime I use one I break it or get frusturated!

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