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Consumer Electronics by S. P. Bali

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EXTENSION TO A DYNAMIC COPIER

Dynamic operation of a copier places many constraints of space and geometry on the elements of process design and this in turn requires significant demands being made on the xerographic developers and photoconductors in use today. The trend towards faster, less expensive and smaller copiers will ensure that technology development will continue for sometime to come. A schematic representation of a copier is given in Fig. 45.3.

Charging remains as discussed earlier with the rotation of the photoreceptor now providing the linear motion underneath the corotron. Exposure represents more of a challenge. With stationary platen copiers, the original document is scanned and the reflected light is transmitted via lens, mirrors ...

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