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Scanning type image forming device capable of printing images depending on scanning speed

Image Number 7 for United States Patent #5953497.

An image forming device includes: a recording unit which prints an image on a recording medium; a memory unit which stores image information for pixels forming the image; a speed detection unit which detects movement speed of the recording unit; a speed comparison unit which compares the movement speed detected by the speed detection unit with a preset reference speed to determine whether the movement speed is faster or slower than the reference speed; and a control unit which controls drive of the recording unit in synchronization with the movement speed detected by the speed detection unit to print the image based on the image information stored in the memory unit and which performs processes so that the recording unit prints the image in a density dependent on whether the speed comparison unit determines that the movement speed is faster or slower than the reference speed.

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