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Benzion Landa, Ishaiau Lior, Ehud Chatow: Latent image development apparatus. Indigo, Sandler Greenblum & Bernstein, July 25, 1995: US05436706 (45 worldwide citation)

Imaging apparatus including a first member having a first surface having formed thereon a latent electrostatic image, the latent electrostatic image including image regions at a first voltage and background regions at a second voltage, a second member charged to a third voltage intermediate the firs ...


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Benzion Landa, Ishaiau Lior, Ehud Chatow: Latent image development apparatus. Indigo, Greenblum & Bernstein, January 21, 1997: US05596396 (25 worldwide citation)

Imaging apparatus including a first member having a first surface having formed thereon a latent electrostatic image, the latent electrostatic image including image regions at a first voltage and background regions at a second voltage, a second member charged to a third voltage intermediate the firs ...


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Ishaiau Lior, Ehud Chatow, Amiran Lavon: Development control system. Indigo, Greenblum & Bernstein, April 7, 1998: US05737666 (18 worldwide citation)

Toning apparatus for toning an electrostatic latent image, having image and background portions at different potentials on an imaging surface. The apparatus comprises an endless toning surface coated with a layer of concentrated toner and engaging the imaging surface at a toning region. The apparatu ...


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Yakov Krumberg, Jakob Karin, Ehud Chatow: Organic photoconductor. Indigo, Sandler Greenblum & Bernstein, December 27, 1994: US05376491 (13 worldwide citation)

An organic photoconductor including a base layer formed of a first material and a photoconductive layer formed of a second material. The organic photoconductor being characterized in that when it is maintained in a curved orientation with the photoconductive layer facing outward, the photoconductive ...


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Melanie M Gottwals, Ehud Chatow, Nathan Moroney: Color calibration chart acquisition. Hewlett Packard Development Company, October 28, 2014: US08872923 (7 worldwide citation)

The present disclosure relates to color calibration chart acquisition. In an example, a video acquired by an imaging device may be processed. The video may be analyzed to automatically detect a reproduction of a color calibration chart. Upon detection of a reproduction of the color calibration chart ...


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Yakov Krumberg, Jakob Karin, Ehud Chatow: Organic photoconductor. Indigo, Greenblum & Bernstein, June 18, 1996: US05527652 (4 worldwide citation)

An organic photoconductor including a base layer formed of a first material and a photoconductive layer formed of a second material. The organic photoconductor being characterized in that when it is maintained in a curved orientation with the photoconductive layer facing outward, the photoconductive ...


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Ehud Chatow, Haim Victor Gal, Galia Golodetz: Printing of images with selective gloss and toners therefore. Hewlett Packard Development Company, August 20, 2013: US08512930 (4 worldwide citation)

A matte liquid toner suitable for use in a liquid toner printer, comprising a carrier liquid, toner particles comprising a resin and substantially uncolored additive particles of average diameter between 1 and 20 micrometers dispersed in the resin.


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Galia Golodetz, Benzion Landa, Yosef Cohen, Ehud Chatow, Paul Fenster: Image transfer system and liquid toner for use therewith. Hewlett Packard Development Company, April 14, 2009: US07517622 (4 worldwide citation)

A printing method comprising: forming a first image utilizing a liquid toner comprising carrier liquid and pigmented polymer particles having a first color; transferring the first image to an intermediate transfer member, forming at least one additional image utilizing a liquid toner comprising at l ...


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Ehud Chatow, Naseem Yacoub, Peter Forgacs: Printers and copiers with pre-transfer substrate heating. Indigo, Fenster & Company, May 13, 2003: US06562539 (3 worldwide citation)

A method of transferring an image on a surface to a substrate comprising: a) heating the surface to a first temperature above a temperature at which the image adheres to the substrate; b) heating the substrate to a second temperature above ambient temperature and below the first temperature; c) pres ...