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SCRATCH FILLERS FOR ELECTROSTATOGRAPHIC PHOTOSENSITIVE DEVICES

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000022826D
Original Publication Date: 1976-Feb-29
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2004-Mar-26
Document File: 2 page(s) / 205K

Publishing Venue

Xerox Disclosure Journal

Abstract

The disclosed concept is a method for repairing surface imperfections caused by scratches in the overcoating of an electrostatographic photosensitive device having a layer of an organic film on its surface. Typical devices to be repaired by this method would comprise a layer of an insulating resin over the photoconductive layer of those having a layer of an organic transport material over the layer of photoconductive material.

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XEROX DISCLOSURE JOURNAL

SCRATCH FILLERS FOR ELECTROSTATO- Proposed Classification

GRAPHIC PHOTOSENSITIVE DEVICES U.S. Cl. 117/138,8
Evan 3. Felty Int. Cl. B23b 27/00

The disclosed concept is a method for repairing surface

imperfections caused by scratches in the overcoating
of an electrostatographic photosensitive device having
a layer of an organic film on its surface. Typical
devices to be repaired by this method would comprise a
layer of an insulating resin over the photoconductive
layer of those having a layer of an organic transport
material over the layer of photoconductive material.

The scratch would be repaired by applying a solution
of the repair material to the depression and drying to
remove the solvent. Some buffing may be required to
provide a smooth surface. It is necessary that the
repair material have optical and surface properties
similar to the organic layer being repaired. In addition

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34 XEROX DISCLOSURE JOURNAL

volume I Number 2 February 1976

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