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XEROGRAPHIC THEORY

How a photocopier works Charging: cylindrical drum is electrostatically charged by a high voltage wire called a corona wire or a charge roller. The drum has a coating of a photoconductive material. A photoconductor is a semiconductor that becomes conductive … Continue reading

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KM 4035 ONLY DETECTS 11 BY 17 WHEN MAKING COPIES

If you are ever in a situation where you are working on a km 4035 and it will only detect 11 by 17…  lift the adf… look towards the far right corner…  you should see a black knob… it depresses … Continue reading

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COPIER TROUBLESHOOTING

COPIER TROUBLESHOOTING Copy machines were created to make life easier for the office worker. Most copy machines can make copies and print jobs from a computer. It is rather simple to network, troubleshoot and repair them but most individuals don’t … Continue reading

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TATTOOS AND PRINTERS

I remember when you could buy candy and get the temporary tattoo things in the package. That was ages ago I guess. Well with laser printers you can create your own temporary tats in any style you want. You only … Continue reading

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OFFSET PRINTING PRESS TUTORIAL

Offset printing or web offset printing is a commonly used printing technique in which the inked image is transferred (or “offset”) from a plate to a rubber blanket, then to the printing surface. When used in combination with the lithographic … Continue reading

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How to use booklet finisher on kyocera (taskalfa and other models) copiers

How to use booklet finisher on kyocera (taskalfa and other models) copiers Taskalfa Booklet Process 1. Pres copy 2. Press layout/edit 3. Press booklet 4. Press 2-sided >> booklet There are options in this step for adding a cover to … Continue reading

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