Laser Printing

The print is formed as follows: a laser beam illuminates the points on the photoreceptor drum that correspond to the symbols to be printed. The points acquire an electric charge and subsequently, tiny particles of powdered ink (toner) stick to them. The toner is transferred from the drum onto the paper and fixed on it when heated up to +200˚ C.

Characteristic features of the print:

  • strokes are lumpy in dark areas of the image and shiny in oblique light;
  • parched toner particles are scattered chaotically along the contours of letters and digits forming a halo around them;
  • toner particles appear on the non-printed areas of the substrate;
  • color and monochrome halftone images have a regular bitmap structure.

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