electrophotography


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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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Electrophotography, the dry printing technique invented by Chester Carlson in 1938, is the most popular digital printing technology used in the labeling and packaging industries.
27, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- About Electrophotographic Printing Electrophotography is a dry printing technique invented by Chester Carlson in 1938.
The two significant methods of digital packaging and labeling are electrophotography and inkjet.
7 billion [euro], while that electrophotography will have risen by only 23% to close to 20 billion [euro], Smithers Pira reports.
Some organic compounds, including aryl ethynyl attached to triarylamine are used in electrophotography and light emission devices, including organic solar cells, due to their unique characteristics.
Twombly's photographs are also significant as examples of electrophotography, a practice that involves the manipulation of source prints through the process of scanning on a photocopy machine to create the final work.
8) stated that CB remarkably inhibited the polymerization of vinyl monomer in the preparation of the toner, which is used in electrophotography.
Handsheets are formed from the fibers obtained from the recycling process of prints produced in digital technique based on electrophotography with liquid and solid toner.
From all the ways of printing, electrophotography is definitely the most complicated printing technique.
HP Indigo presses use electrophotography, the process that drives copiers, but in higher resolutions using liquid inks instead of dry toners.
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.
For example, electrophotography, optical data storage, and non-linear optics, have all incorporated squaraine dyes.