How a Laser copier Machine functions

By: Baggette Ferg

In this editorial we will be talking how a laser [printer works so you don't have to call a fax repair man to repair it. A printer machine can be one of the most pricey and largest items in your office as compared to other office supplies. This article covers a laser fax, however, these same principles can be useful to a scanner, fax machine or copier.

1st, a laser that is negative-electrically charged shoots a charged beam on a mirror drawing the shape of the picture. Then this mirror reflects the laser beam on the OPC drum that makes a negatively charged picture on the drum unit this is sent from any computer. The drum pivots pass the toner copper making it attract the positively charged particulars on the toner as it goes through. The paper at the same time is feed under the drum & gets the positively chaged toner elements. This is continual four seperate times for each seperate scanners & toners for the four main colors. This makes the image on the paper. Then finally heat and pressure are applied to gently repair the toner image on the paper before the final out-put. The paper and toner particulars are then passed in between a ceramic fusing piece that melts the toner on the paper as it exits the copier machine.

What about a 3D Printer?
A 3D printer uses a digital file that either is created by you or downloaded from the web. The 3D printer sizes it up and decides how to take those slices and then finds out how to make them out of common plastics like PLA or AVS. These are the same sorts of plastics they use to make legos with. The pastics are heated up at the same time it goes down a tube that can handle extreme temperatures and Once it is heated up at the right temp it then flows downward. We now have our 3D picture.

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