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Gerald M Fletcher: Avoidance of DEP wrong sign toner hole clogging by out of phase shield bias. Xerox Corporation, March 10, 1992: US05095322 (45 worldwide citation)

A non-contact printing device in the form of a Direct Electrostatic Printer (DEP) which is not plagued by aperture clogging and which is well suited for use with a plain paper image receiver. The DEP device includes a supply of toner, an apertured printhead structure and a backing electrode. The pri ...


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Delmer G Parker, Michael D Thompson, Gerald M Fletcher: Tri level xerography using a MICR toner in combination with a non-MICR toner. Xerox Corporation, February 13, 1990: US04901114 (43 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is an electronic printer employing tri-level xerography to superimpose two images with perfect registration during the single pass of a charge retentive member past the processing stations of the printer. One part of the composite image is formed using MICR toner, while the other part of t ...


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Joseph Mammino, Donald S Sypula, John S Berkes, Edward L Schlueter Jr, Gerald M Fletcher, Frank J Bonsignore, Shy Shung Hwang, Donald J Robertson, Allen W Denham, Paul J Brach, Dennis A Abramsohn: Reinforced seamless intermediate transfer member. Xerox Corporation, Oliff & Berridge, March 29, 1994: US05298956 (35 worldwide citation)

A seamless intermediate transfer member has a reinforcing member in an endless configuration, a filler material such as a polymer and electrical property regulating material to regulate the electrical properties such as surface and bulk resistivity, dielectric constant and charge dissipation. The se ...


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Christopher A DiRubio, Michael D Thompson, Gerald M Fletcher, Charles A Radulski: Biased charge roller with embedded electrodes with post-nip breakdown to enable improved charge uniformity. Xerox Corporation, Oliff & Berridge, February 13, 2007: US07177572 (34 worldwide citation)

Electrodes are embedded in a biased charge roller of a xerographic device. The electrodes, which may run the length of the roller, are deposited on an insulating substrate. A semi-conductive conformable layer of a flexible elastomer covers the electrodes. The semi-conductive conformable layer limits ...


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Joseph Mammino, Donald S Sypula, John S Berkes, Edward L Schlueter Jr, Gerald M Fletcher, Frank J Bonsignore, Shy Shung Hwang, Donald J Robertson, Allen W Denham, Paul J Brach, Dennis A Abramsohn: Method of manufacturing a reinforced seamless intermediate transfer member. Xerox Corporation, Oliff & Berridge, April 25, 1995: US05409557 (33 worldwide citation)

A seamless intermediate transfer member has a reinforcing member in an endless configuration, a filler material such as a polymer and electrical property regulating material to regulate the electrical properties such as surface and bulk resistivity, dielectric constant and charge dissipation. The se ...


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Narendra S Goel, Gerald M Fletcher: Belt transfer and fusing system. Xerox Corporation, August 24, 1976: US03976370 (32 worldwide citation)

An electrostatographic copying system in which an image is formed on an imaging surface and transferred at a transfer station to a copy sheet, where the copy sheet is transported through the toner transfer station on a belt which has a pattern of very closely spaced discrete conductive strips which ...


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Edward L Schlueter Jr, Joseph Mammino, Gerald M Fletcher, Donald S Sypula, James F Smith, Lucille M Sharf, Robert M Ferguson: Polyimide and doped metal oxide fuser components. Xerox Corporation, Annette L Bade, March 13, 2001: US06201945 (30 worldwide citation)

A polyimide film component useful as fusing films and having electrically conductive doped metal oxide fillers dispersed therein, the fusing film having a surface resistivity of from about 10


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Edward L Schlueter Jr, Joseph Mammino, Gerald M Fletcher, Donald S Sypula, James F Smith, Lucille M Sharf, Robert M Ferguson: Polyimide and doped metal oxide intermediate transfer components. Xerox Corporation, Annette L Bade, July 13, 1999: US05922440 (29 worldwide citation)

A polyimide film component useful in intermediate transfer, bias transfer, and transfix applications, the polyimide film having electrically conductive doped metal oxide fillers dispersed therein, the polyimide film having a surface resistivity of from about 10.sup.6 to about 10.sup.14 ohm/sq, and o ...


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Nancy Y Jia, Gerald M Fletcher, John S Berkes, Kim S Buell: Buffered transfuse system. Xerox Corporation, July 11, 2000: US06088565 (29 worldwide citation)

Toner image forming stations form toner images that are electrostatically transferred to the intermediate transfer member. The composite toner image is transferred to the transfuse member at the second transfer nip. The temperature of the transfuse member in the second transfer nip is above the glas ...


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Gerald M Fletcher: Transfer system with tailored illumination. Xerox Corporation, March 29, 1977: US04014605 (21 worldwide citation)

In an electrostatographic copying system wherein a toner image is transferred from an original image support surface to a copy surface by an electrically biased transfer member generating a transfer field, the transfer field is tailored by providing a photoconductive layer in the transfer area, whic ...