Volume 20 No 22 (2022)
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Comparison of Print Consistency and Print Sharpness of Dry Toner Based Electrophotography and Liquid Electrophotography Digital Printing Engines
Narvail Singh
There is no denying that as the need for quick, inexpensive, and high-quality customised print output increases, the market shares of both digital technologies; ink jet and electro photographyare rising quickly. One of the so-called non-impact printing techniques is electro-photography, often known as digital printing. It is a master-less technology in which there is no information carrier acting as an intermediary. The ability to alter printing information after each cycle of the process and print changeable data of information is a major benefit of digital printing. Digital electro photography print engines based on dry toner and liquid toner are the two solutions that are now available for toner-based electro photography. These two print engines have different benefits, drawbacks, and applications since they are employed for different purposes. In this research, comparison of two very important print quality factors; print sharpness and print consistency of two widely used electrophotography print engines are studied and analyzed.
Electrophotography, dry toner, digital printing, liquid toner, print sharpness, print consistency.
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