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This film is in turn applied to a substrate such as paper or card using pressure rollers.
A pressure roller presses the paper to the drum and transfers the ink to the paper to form the image.
A calender is a series of hard pressure rollers used to form or smooth a sheet of material.
Underwater, the red exposed matrix was dyed green and brought into contact with the blank through a heated pressure roller.
Then a pressure roller with a different profile drives the two edges together under pressure to make a gas-tight seal.
Fusing: The toner is melted and bonded to the paper by heat and pressure rollers.
As the paper is folded, pressure rollers roll along the edge of the paper, bursting open tiny glue pockets that seal the letter shut.
The fuser can be an infrared oven, a heated pressure roller, or (on some very fast, expensive printers) a xenon flash lamp.
The roller compactor (granulator-compactor) uses an auger-feed system that will consistently deliver powder uniformly between two pressure rollers.
One roller is usually a hollow tube (heat roller) and the other is a rubber backing roller (pressure roller).
When a blank sheet of paper is drawn between the rotating drum and a pressure roller, ink is forced through the holes on the stencil onto the paper.
Usually, multiple profiled pressure rollers are positioned around the tube with an offset that enables them to roll the desired corrugation profile into the tube from the outside to the inside.
The actual process of extrusion coating involves extruding resin from a slit die at temperatures up to 320 C directly onto the moving web which is then passed through a nip consisting of a rubber covered pressure roller and a chrome plated cooling roll.
The drums were revolved and ink, spread evenly across the surface of the screen by a pair of cloth-covered rollers, was forced through the cuts made in the stencil and transferred onto a sheet of paper which was fed through the duplicator and pressed by pressure rollers against the lower drum.
There are many possible defects for fusing assemblies: defects include worn plastic drive gears, electronic failure of heating components, torn fixing film sleeves, worn pressure rollers, toner buildup on heating rollers and pressure rollers, worn or scratched pressure rollers, and damaged paper sensors.