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COMPACT XEROGRAPHIC COPIER

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000024969D
Original Publication Date: 1983-Feb-28
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2004-Apr-04
Document File: 2 page(s) / 53K

Publishing Venue

Xerox Disclosure Journal

Abstract

This disclosure relates to a compact xerographic copier 10 as illustrated in the figure. The copier is characterized by a biased charging roll 12 disposed at a multifunction station 15 which also comprises fiber optics exposure structure 13 on the opposite side of a copy sheet from the biased charging roll 12 and adapted to project light from an original 14 to be copied. At the station 15, which also comprises a photoreceptor 16, transfer of electrostatic charges occurs to thereby form a latent electrostatic image on the copy sheet which is subsequently rendered visible through development with a single component developer powder applied by a biased development roll 18. The powder image is rendered permanent by a cold pressure fuser 20.

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COMPACT XEROGRAPHIC COPIER Proposed Joan R. Ewing Classification

U.S. CI. 355/78
Int. C1. G03b 27/02

This disclosure relates to a compact xerographic copier 10 as illustrated in the figure. The copier is characterized by a biased charging roll 12 disposed at a multifunction station 15 which also comprises fiber optics exposure structure 13 on the opposite side of a copy sheet from the biased charging roll 12 and adapted to project light from an original 14 to be copied. At the station 15, which also comprises a photoreceptor 16, transfer of electrostatic charges occurs to thereby form a latent electrostatic image on the copy sheet which is subsequently rendered visible through development with a single component developer powder applied by a biased development roll 18. The powder image is rendered permanent by a cold pressure fuser 20.

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   XEROX DISCLOSURE JOURNAL Volume 8 Number 1 January/February 1983

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