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XEROSTRIP, APPARATUS FOR XEROGRAPHIC MULTICOLOR PRINTING ON STRIP MATERIAL

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000025804D
Original Publication Date: 1988-Apr-30
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2004-Apr-04
Document File: 2 page(s) / 125K

Publishing Venue

Xerox Disclosure Journal

Abstract

This disclosure concerns a variation of an existing color xerographic printing mechanism to permit the processing of printin substrate in web or fan folded printing material, and previously printed web material requiring overprinting, it is useful to provide xerographic color printing equipment which can accept the substrate in roll form and deliver it in either roll, fan-fold, or cut sheet form. Prior xerographic color printin equipment has generally been developed only for printing of such rnateria k

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XEROX DISCLOSURE JOURNAL

XEROSTRIP, APPARATUS FOR Proposed Classification XEROGRAPHIC MULTICOLOR U.S. C1.346/108 PRINTING ON STRIP MATERIAL
Gold Int. G. A. Nothmann C1. 9/42

BTR


UE -I-- CHARCE/EXPOSE STATION
F

P/R

--- BtASED TRANSFER ROLL CL -I- CLEANER

cu 1-1- STRtP CUITER FU 1-1- FUSER

--- FEEDER

---

TR ---- TENSION ROLLERS TUR *- TAKE-UP ROLLERS WTR

WEB OF ROLL I--- R DRUM PHOTORECEPTOR ____ WE3 TRANSFER ROLL Y.C.M.3 ---- DEVELOPER HOUSINGS MATERIAL

Volume 13 Number 2 MarcMApril 1988 71

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XEROSTRIP, APPARATUS FOR XEROGRAPHIC MULTICOLOR PRINTING ON STRIP MATERIAL (Cont'd)

This disclosure concerns a variation of an existing color xerographic printing mechanism to permit the processing of printin substrate in web or fan folded

printing material, and previously printed web material requiring overprinting, it is useful to provide xerographic color printing equipment which can accept the substrate in roll form and deliver it in either roll, fan- fold, or cut sheet form. Prior xerographic color printin equipment has generally been developed only for printing of such rnateria

form. For certain applications, such as fan-

                k in sheet form. In
that event the equipment feeder is supplied with stacks of such material and individual sheets are fed in succession through the printing and fusing stations for stacking in a delivery. The disclosed mechanism is a variation of such mechanisms.

The attached illustrations shows the principal architecture of the Xerox 6500 Color Copier product. The components designated and defined in the illustration as BTR, PAGE/F&euro, Y,C,M,B, C/E, CL(2) are those normally found in that product. An exception is the black developer housi...