How Brother Toner Cartridges Work
Your Brother Toner is made up of two main components – iron oxide and plastic resin. Laser printers don’t lay place the toner on paper in the same manner in which an ink printer does – this process is totally different. Your laser printer will first draw an electrostatic template of the specific image onto its rotating metal drum which is found inside the printer. The technical process involved in printing a document requires the printer drum to be covered in photosensitive material and begins with either a positive or negative charge followed by a very precise laser action altering the electrical charge in particular areas according to information fed from the computer.
Then what happens next involves the printer drum being coated in magnetically charged laser toner and the fine particles of toner only adhering to the areas where the laser printer outlined the image. Then the sheet of paper, which has also been magnetically charged, will pass the drum and draw away the toner. Then, lastly, the printer fuser will set the image on the document by heating and melting the plastic particles.
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