electrostatic printer

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electrostatic printing

A process for printing or copying in which electrostatic forces are used to form the image in powder or ink directly on the surface to be printed.

electrostatic printer n.
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Noun1.electrostatic printer - a printer that uses an electric charge to deposit toner on paper
ink cartridge - a cartridge that contains ink and can be replaced
laser printer - electrostatic printer that focuses a laser beam to form images that are transferred to paper electrostatically
printing machine, printer - a machine that prints
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Originally used in Japan as a component in electrostatic printer manufacturing in the late 1970's, it has seen growing use for manufacturing silicon-germanium alloy films for both logic and memory integrated circuits where the presence of germanium can alter the mechanical and electronic properties of silicon, producing both stressed and doped layers with enhanced electronic conductivity.
3M Commercial Graphics has been a leader in the digital printing systems business since 1991 with the introduction of the first Scotchprint(R) Electrostatic Printer, a printing system that introduced digital printing technology to the large-format graphics industry.
The artwork then went to Creative Color, where it was processed using Visual Edge Technology RIP software and printed with a Rastar Graphics 5400 electrostatic printer.
The wide format media includes gloss and satin finishes, and offers excellent performance with aqueous dye and pigment inks, as well as UV cured, HP latex and electrostatic printers.

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