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Vincenzo Marcello, David Kurceba, Nancy Hunt, Cheih Min Cheng, Tie Hwee Ng: Toners and processes thereof. Xerox Corporation, Eugene O Palazzo, Fay Sharpe, May 15, 2007: US07217484 (2 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is an oil-less toner composition exhibiting good low temperature release and stripping in fixing, enhanced surface gloss of fixed image, and/or OHP transparency. By controlling one or more properties, such as the relative thermal energy input during the EA aggregation/coalescence process, ...


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Vincenzo Marcello, David Kurceba, Nancy Hunt, Cheih Min Cheng, Tie Hwee Ng: Toners and processes thereof. Xerox Corporation, Eugene O Palazzo, Fay Sharpe Fagan Minnich & McKee, May 30, 2006: US07052818 (2 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is an oil-less toner composition exhibiting good low temperature release and stripping in fixing, enhanced surface gloss of fixed image, and/or OHP transparency. By controlling one or more properties, such as the relative thermal energy input during the EA aggregation/coalescence process, ...


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Shigang Steven Qiu, Chieh Min Cheng, Amy Grillo, Yulin Wang, Rashid Mahmood, David Kurceba: Process for preparing polyester emulsions. XEROX CORPORATION, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, December 1, 2015: US09201321 (2 worldwide citation)

A phase inversion emulsification process includes dissolving a polyester resin in a mixture comprising (1) an organic solvent, (2) a first portion of a total amount of neutralizing agent, and (3) a first portion of water, neutralizing the dissolved polyester resin with a second portion of neutralizi ...


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Daryl W Vanbesien, Paul Gerroir, Karen A Moffat, Melanie L Davis, Abdisamed Sheik Qasim, David Kurceba, Faisal Shamshad, Michael D Amato, Juan A Morales Tirado: Method for controlling a toner preparation process. Xerox Corporation, Oliff & Berridge, March 27, 2012: US08142975 (1 worldwide citation)

A method of making toner particles, including mixing at least one emulsion of at least one resin, a colorant, an optional wax, and optional additives to form a slurry; heating the slurry to form aggregated particles in the slurry; freezing aggregation of the particles by adjusting the pH; and heatin ...


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Kimberly D Nosella, Tie Hwee Ng, Allan K Chen, Abdisamed Sheik Qasim, David Kurceba, Shigang Qiu, Santiago Faucher: Emulsion aggregation methods. Xerox Corporation, Oliff & Berridge, July 12, 2011: US07977025

A method of making toner particles, including: mixing, at less than about 17° C. and without homogenizing, a resin emulsion with a coagulant, a colorant, an optional wax, and optional additives, to form pre-aggregated particles in a slurry; heating the slurry to form aggregated toner particles; free ...


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Yulin Wang, Kimberly Nosella, David Kurceba, Santiago Faucher: Toner process using acoustic mixer. Xerox Corporation, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, May 27, 2014: US08735033

A process for making emulsion aggregation (EA) toners is provided. In embodiments, the process comprises aggregating a mixture comprising a latex resin, and at least one colorant in a reactor to form aggregated toner particles, adding a shell resin to form a shell over the aggregated toner particles ...


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Vincenzo Marcello, David Kurceba, Nancy Hunt, Cheih Min Cheng, Tie Hwee Ng: Toners and processes thereof. Xerox Corporation, Fay Sharpe Fagan Minnich & Mckee, June 23, 2005: US20050136350-A1

Disclosed is an oil-less toner composition exhibiting good low temperature release and stripping in fixing, enhanced surface gloss of fixed image, and/or OHP transparency. By controlling one or more properties, such as the relative thermal energy input during the EA aggregation/coalescence process, ...



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