Abstract: A method of depositing an unpackaged semiconductor die (“die”) onto a substrate. The method includes writing a latent image on a photosensitive drum. The latent image represents an outline for the die to be placed onto the substrate. The photosensitive drum is configured to have an electro-static charge and the die is transferred from the developing unit to the photosensitive drum so as to deposit the die onto the substrate according to the outline.
November 2, 2016
Date of Patent:
February 12, 2019
Andrew Huska, Orin Ozias, Cody Peterson, Clinton Adams, Kasey Christie
Abstract: An imprint method includes contacting an imprint pattern of a mold and a resin material on a substrate. The resin material is cured by irradiating the resin material with light in a state in which the imprint pattern is in contact with the resin material. The mold is parted from the cured resin material, and gaseous molecules are irradiated, in an atmosphere in which the mold is placed, with an electromagnetic wave having a wavelength that is shorter than a wavelength of the light irradiating the resin material. The electromagnetic wave is emitted from an electrification removing light source that is provided in a lateral side of the mold. In the irradiating step, the gaseous molecules are ionized by the irradiation of the electromagnetic wave from the electrification removing light source. The ionized gaseous molecules are supplied into an atmosphere between the substrate and the mold to remove electrification of at least a portion of the mold.
Abstract: To provide an image forming method including conveying a toner by means of a toner supply device that supplies the toner from inside a toner housing container into a developer housing section of a developing device with the use of a screw pump, and forming an image on a recording medium by developing a latent image on a latent image bearing member to form a toner image with the use of a developer and by transferring the toner image to the recording medium by means of a transfer device, wherein the toner is formed by adding small particle size silica to toner base particles, and wherein when A represents the average degree of circularity of the toner, and B, expressed as percent by mass, represents the amount of the small particle size silica relative to the mass of the toner base particles, the expression ?18A+17.92?B??34A+33.96 is satisfied.
Abstract: An image forming method includes using a charging device to charge a surface of a monolayer-type electrophotographic photoconductor that contains a specific amine compound, setting a projection area of the charging device per time relative to the photo sensitive layer surface of the electrophotographic photoconductor to be S (cm2), applying a current value to the charging device to be ICC (?A) and setting an inflow current value represented by ICC/S (?A/cm2) to a value within the range of from 5 to 25 ?A/cm2.
Abstract: A semiconductive belt includes: at least one different resistance portion that is configured to partly differ in surface resistance from surroundings, wherein the at least one different resistance portion is at an angle with respect to a direction perpendicular to a belt end portion.
Abstract: A photoreceptor is provided having an electroconductive substrate and a photosensitive layer located overlying the electroconductive substrate, wherein an outermost layer of the photoreceptor contains a binder resin, wherein the binder resin solution satisfies the following relationship 2?(T0?T400)/C wherein T0 represents a initial transmittance (%) at 400 nm of the binder resin solution; T400 represents a transmittance (%) at 400 nm of the binder resin solution which has been allowed to settle for 400 hours under conditions of 23° C. and 40% RH; and C represents the concentration of the binder resin solution; and an image forming method, an image forming apparatus and a process cartridge including the photoreceptor.
Abstract: By using an intaglio plate for holding a pattern formed by a developing agent, a transfer device for transferring patterns developed on the intaglio plate to a transfer object medium, and a baking chamber for eliminating an electrode layer after transfer or heightening resistance thereof, the patterns developed on the intaglio plate are transferred onto the electrode layer disposed at the opposite side of the transfer object medium, and then heated in the baking chamber, whereby the electrode layer is eliminated or heightened in resistance.
Abstract: Positive-charge injection-related ghosting of images in electrophotographic processes is addressed by electrophotographic photoreceptors that include a positive-charge injection preventing layer that includes one or more positive-charge-injection preventing compounds. In addition, processes are provided for preventing positive charge injection, in which the processes include a step of applying a positive-charge injection preventing composition to an electrophotographic photoreceptor in which the positive-charge injection preventing composition includes one or more positive-charge-injection preventing compound.
November 6, 2006
May 8, 2008
John Graham, Zoran D. Popovic, Johann Junginger