|Project Summary||Project Information|
The objective of this project is to make an existing electrophotographic development and transfer station (shown below) function and to improve its usability. Electrophotography (EP) is the base technology that is used in many modern day copiers and printers. Examples of manufacturers that use this technology in their products include Xerox, Canon, Lexmark, and Hewlett-Packard, to name a few. Electrophotography a six step process that consists of uniformly charging a photoconductive material. Photoconductive materials allow charge to flow when exposed to light. EP products exploit this property by selective discharging areas on the photoconductor to form what is referred to as a latent image. When this latent image comes close to charged toner particles, these charged particles will transfer onto the latent image to form a developed image. Through the use of electrostatics, the image is ultimately transferred onto a media substrate (such as paper) and fused.
For an introduction to this project, click on the following link for the Project Readiness Package. More detailed information will be discussed in class with your Guide and Customer.
The year's project is a continuation of last year's project at P09503.
Week 1 Introduction:
Staffing (Click to enlarge):
- 615-3 Manual.PDF - Trek 615 High Voltage Supply
- Trek 610C.pdf - Trek 610 High Voltage Supply
- R701-manual_v6_28.pdf - P/R Drive Indexer
- 344Sales.pdf - Trek 344 ESV
|Planning||Concept Level Design||System Level Design|
Concept Design Review Documents (SD I)
Detailed Design Review Documents (SD I)
Managerial Design Review Presentation (SD I)
Technical Conference Publication (SD II)
Poster Publication (SD II)
Managerial Design Review Presentation (SD II)
MSDI Detailed Design Review Deliverables