Levelling during toner fusing: Effects on surface roughness and gloss of printed paper
The results of digital printing trials using a Xeikon press on uncoated and coated paper were analyzed using interferometric profilometry to characterize printed paper topography and toner film thickness. Solid print areas were fused at various temperatures, including radiant fusing with and without heated rolls. The overall surface roughness of the prints is slightly higher on the coated than uncoated paper, but is mainly dictated by transferred toner amount and fusing conditions. Increased...[Show more]
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