What Determines When Toner Sticks to the Drum During The Laser Printing Process?

Answer The drum is the heart of laser printing. A form of xerography, laser printing paints the drum surface with laser light so that parts of the drum will pick up toner and other parts won'. The toner i... Read More »

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Do I need to use MICR toner when printing cheques?

MICR toner should be used in the printing of any company checks. MICR--Magnetic Ink Character Recognition--magnetizes the ink so that bank machines can scan and "read" the checks. Manual entry is m... Read More »

Which printing process can be categorised as Digital Printing?

Generally when people talk about 'digital printing' it is in opposition of 'offset printing'. This can be confusing since they both begin with a digital source. Offset printing is the kind of prin... Read More »

What is a toner drum?

Printers feature many moving parts hidden inside the machine that are necessary to transfer ink or toner onto paper. One very vital part of a printer is its toner drum.Type of PrinterToner drums ar... Read More »

What is the toner of a laser printer?

A laser printer doesn't use liquid ink to print images on paper. Instead, it uses a fine plastic powder called "toner" that is deposited onto the the paper and then melted in place.DrumInside every... Read More »