How does a Copy Machine work?

Canon e40

Canon e40

Copy Machines and / or photocopiers have a dynamic ink delivery system utilizing static electricity to pull pigmented polymer composites (toner powder particles) to a specific image transferred onto the surface of the drum. The image being transferred is taken from the original paper being copied.  Then heated fuser rolls melt the toner particles on the drum, adhering the toner to the page being created. uses only the finest quality pigmented polymer composites in all Copier Toner cartridges available. offers all three varieties of toner cartridges including the Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) or Genuine cartridges which are created by the printer manufacturer, the Remanufactured cartridges which are refilled genuine cartridges that are tested to ensure premium performance, and the Compatible cartridges which are created as a discounted alternative the genuine cartridge.  All products, including the Canon e40, are ISO 9001 certified, meeting the highest standards and offered at only $[+RETAIL_PRICE+]. Every Remanufactured, Compatible, and Genuine Canon Copier Toner cartridges have up to a 2-3 Year Shelf life and is backed with the Inkgrabber 90 Day Money Back Guarantee. In addition also provides a 1 year cartridge exchange policy for damaged or faulty hardware.

1 Response to “How does a Copy Machine work?”

  1. 1 Fred Summers June 4, 2015 at 2:26 pm

    I never knew how a copy machine worked. Its interesting how it uses static electricity to pull the the powder to the paper. That probably explains why when there is a problem with the copier its because there was some sort of electrical surge. There’s always a lot more going on in these machines than we think.

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