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    what do think about this technology ....

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    Re: Technology

    Have you ever installed one of these re-coated drums? Typically my used drum cores look a lot worse than the ones in the videos. =^..^=

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    Re: Technology

    Is it true that you can cover a nick with clear nail polish?


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    Re: Technology

    Only 20 years ago on machines like the Mita DC-121, DC-122, DC-131, DC-133R that did not use a drum cleaning blade. They used a cleaning corona wire. There was no physical contact during the cleaning process, consequently no problem with that lump of nail polish. The waste toner was drawn back into the developing unit and recycled. No waste toner collected.

    If you try it on a machine with a drum cleaning blade it will leave a donut shape of waste toner around the nail polish lump, and eventually a streak when the drum blade wears in one area. I hated to lose that trick ... but it just doesn't work any more. =^..^=

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    That's not Technology, that's "Crapology"

    What a mess......

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    Re: Technology

    well by way ..it is a older technology ....since long time all technician use this technology to clear all stripe drum but now all is difference..can anyone explain to use ..by any video ...greeting

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    Re: Technology

    other something ...if this technology useful in canon analog series like canon np1550..6220...6317...?

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    Re: Technology

    Quote Originally Posted by JR2ALTA View Post
    Is it true that you can cover a nick with clear nail polish?
    Yes, as long as the coating is thin enough and properly applied so as not to interfere with cleaning, else you run the risk of having the cleaning blade catch the polish and shear off some more of the drum's surface.

    Source: did it to a drum from an MP2400W Wide Format Ricoh printer the first time I changed the drum on that behemoth. Accidentally dropped it and was maybe 3 months into my career, on a secure location (hydro dam being constructed) approx. 1 hr from shop. The trailer happened to be full of a bunch of beautiful women, so naturally I assumed one of them might have some, and as luck had it I was correct.

    Polish was applied and it left visible marks for the first 50 feet of paper or so, but after it had a chance to settle in properly you couldn't tell at all, and it still applied toner and cleared it off as though there was no damage in the first place.

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