Storage Hazards

From: Dwight K. Elvey <>
Date: Fri Oct 8 19:40:24 2004

>From: "Tom Jennings" <>
>On Fri, 8 Oct 2004, Ethan Dicks wrote:
>> It takes much longer for double-sided copies to stick to themselves, but
>> under a variety of storage conditions, it does happen. Sticking to binder
>> covers is much quicker, and as someone else here pointed out, ensuring there
>> is a blank page at the front and back goes a long way to preventing problems.
>I have binders of xerographic copies that stick to
>themselves. xerography isn't very permanent.

 I've found that it depends on the paper that was used and
how well it was fused. Porous paper seems to work better
( non-glossy ) and lighter amounts of toner also works
better than heavy amounts. Too thick a layer of toner
doesn't fuse well to the paper.
Received on Fri Oct 08 2004 - 19:40:24 BST

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