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electrophotography

(ɪˌlɛktrəʊfəˈtɒɡrəfɪ)
n
(Photography) photography in which an image is transferred onto paper by means of electrical rather than chemical processes
eˌlectroˌphotoˈgraphic adj
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Retirement postal vouchers, special forms and customer shipments-producing high-performance technology flyout electrophotographic printers delivery, installation, and ENSURE the continuous operation for a period of 12 months.
The electrophotographic printing market is segmented based on application:
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 image area;
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.
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Model 400 is intended for use by OEMs for electrophotography quality control by industry R & D in the development of new electrophotographic products.
In the electrophotographic process, the powdered toner is transferred to the printing substrate by means of electric field, after which the toner particles are fused onto the substrate with heat and/or pressure.
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.
5 microns - in comparison with traditional electrophotographic processes.