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Bone Arnold R: Fastener attachment apparatus and method. Dennison Manufacturing Company, Dike Bronstein Roberts Cushman & Pfund, April 8, 1975: US3875648 (363 worldwide citation)

Fastener attachment apparatus and method for separating a fastener attachment device comprising two end bars and a filament coupled therebetween from stock comprising two undivided and continuous side members and a plurality of cross links coupled therebetween and dispensing the devices through one ...


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Gary Anderson: Fastener for joining materials. Dennison Manufacturing Company, Gary S Winer, September 29, 1987: US04696300 (243 worldwide citation)

A fastener comprises a filament having two opposing heads. The heads have two ends defining non-parallel planes, forming acute angles which share a common ray. The fastener is installed by being driven through two needles having slotted bores.


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Francis G Merser, Philip A Kooistra: Interlocking attachment device. Dennison Manufacturing Company, George E Kersey, January 13, 1976: US03931667 (185 worldwide citation)

An attachment device comprising a filament having a laterally oriented bar at one end and a hollow body member at its other end, a wall of said body member having an opening therethrough large enough to receive the filament and the bar when they are in parallel orientation but of a width smaller tha ...


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David Bates Russell: Fastener attachment needle. Dennison Manufacturing Company, Thompson Birch Gauthier & Samuels, November 9, 1976: US03990619 (166 worldwide citation)

An improved hollow needle is provided for inserting through a material a fastener having a flexible filament with a retaining cross-bar at one end. The improved needle has an end for penetrating the material, a hollow central bore for slidably receiving the fastener cross-bar, a longitudinal slot al ...


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Arnold R Bone: Continuously connected fastener attachment stock. Dennison Manufacturing Company, George E Kersey, October 24, 1978: US04121487 (124 worldwide citation)

Continuously connected fastener attachment stock formed by elongated plastic side members with cross coupling links. One of the side member has successively connected cross bars with each cross bar connected to one of the cross links. The other side member has successively connected head pieces with ...


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Francis G Merser, Philip A Kooistra, Gordon B Lankton: Interlocking attachment device. Dennison Manufacturing Company, George E Kersey, September 14, 1976: US03979799 (99 worldwide citation)

An attachment device comprises a filament having a normally laterally oriented bar at one end and a unitary hollow body member at its other end. The body member has a sidewall, an apertured end wall, a heat sealed end wall opposed thereto and a flange which projects outwardly from the sidewall and f ...


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Jeffrey J Carrish: Three electrode system in the generation of electrostatic images. Dennison Manufacturing Company, George E Kersey, July 3, 1979: US04160257 (95 worldwide citation)

Generation of charged particles by extracting them from a high density source provided by an electrical gas breakdown in an electrical field between two conducting electrodes separated by a solid insulator, subject to the influence of a third electrode. The ions are generated by a high frequency alt ...


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Gary Anderson: Method of fastening tissues. Dennison Manufacturing Company, George E Kersey, April 12, 1988: US04736746 (90 worldwide citation)

A method of fastening biological tissues using a fastener having two opposing heads joined by a connector. The fastener is installed by driving the heads through needles having a slotted bore. The needles are pierced through the tissues and rods are then used to drive the heads through the needle bo ...


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Richard A Fotland: Multiple imaging. Dennison Manufacturing Company, Arthur B Moore, George E Kersey, June 19, 1990: US04935335 (88 worldwide citation)

A method and article providing different images from differing viewing angles. The image side of a lenticular sheet is printed with radiation curable inks and cured using a collimated radiation source located at a viewer position with respect to the lenticular surface. Uncured ink is removed from th ...


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Richard G Miekka, Thomas D Bushman, Arthur W Taylor, Tim Parker, Dennis R Benoit: Method of embossing a coated sheet with a diffraction or holographic pattern. Dennison Manufacturing Company, Barry D Josephs, April 3, 1990: US04913858 (87 worldwide citation)

A method for decoration of paper of plastic sheeting and other substrates, involving a novel technique for coating and embossing the substrate. The paper or plastic sheeting is supplied with a coating of thermosensitive material, as by extrusion. The coated sheet is heated to adequately soften the c ...