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Three Processes of Color Copying

Three Processes of Color Copying

A multifunction device completes color copying through three processes of "scanning," "image conversion" and "printing" after placing an original document and pressing the start button.

Process 1 Scanning

Scanner Unit

The scanner unit scans the image of the original document by converting it into digital data.

How is the image of the original document scanned?

Process 2 Image Conversion

Image Processing Unit

To perform full color printing with four color toners (yellow, magenta, cyan, black), the image of the scanned document is subjected to color separation to the four colors by the image processing unit.

How is the image of the original document scanned?

Process 3 Printing

Image Processing Unit

Color copying is completed by superimposing the image of the original document which has been subjected to color separation into four colors (yellow, magenta, cyan and black) on one piece of paper.

How is the scanned image printed on paper?

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