Laser Toner Fusing Station

What is a Laser Toner Fusing Station?

At the fusing station the toner is melted and forced onto the paper by heat and pressure to produce a permenant image. The fusing station consists of an upper non-stick roller that is heated from the inside by a high intensity quartz lamp and a lower soft roller that allows pressure to be applied over a large contact between the paper and the upper fuser roller.

After the fusing station paper exits the printer while the drum rotates on the cleaning station the process is repeated for the next page of print.