magnetographic

magnetographic

A non-impact printer technology that prints up to 90 ppm. A magnetic image is created by a set of recording heads across a magnetic drum. A toner is applied to the drum to develop the image, which is transferred to paper by light pressure and an electrostatic field. The toner is then fused by heat. The print quality is not as good as a laser printer, but the machines require less maintenance.
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Technology demonstrates using switchable polymers and magnetographic surfaces show the potential, with start-ups such as NovaWrite looking at new methods.
The Nipson machines utilize a magnetographic printing process, which incorporates toner and allows for reproduction of images at 600 dots per inch.
These labels are produced using magnetographic technology, which means that each computer-originated label can feature a unique bar-code, product description and sequential numbering in high quality print.
The VaryPress 400, on display at the Nipson booth, is the company's latest generation digital printer using dry-toner magnetographic imaging and flash fusing processes.
Nipson weighted in with its magnetographic press that can operate at speeds up to 410 feet per minute.