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Inner workings of a color multifunction device

Printing

Principles of Printing Five Processes of Xerography
Inner workings of a color multifunction device

Inner workings of a color multifunction device

Inner workings of color multifunction machine In a color multifunction device, four images which have been subjected to four color separation (yellow, magenta, cyan, black) are exposed and developed onto each of the four photoreceptors.
Four-color toner images developed in this way are transferred onto the transfer belt temporarily and then transferred onto paper by one operation.
Finally, fusing toner onto paper completes color printing.

Note
Photoreceptors used in an actual multifunction device have the same color. However, they are painted in four toner colors used in development for the sake of clarity.

Negatively-charged toner is absorbed onto positively-charged paper.

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