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Joseph Mammino, Satchidanand Mishra, Shyshung S Hwang, Edward A Domm: Method of constructing a seamed flexible imaging sheet. Xerox Corporation, Peter H Kondo, Gary G Heffernan, Zosan S Soong, September 3, 1996: US05552005 (22 worldwide citation)

A flexible imaging sheet and a method of constructing a flexible imaging sheet is disclosed. The method of constructing a flexible imaging sheet comprises a step of overlapping, a step of joining, and a step of shaping. In the step of overlapping, a first marginal end region and a second marginal en ...


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Robert C U Yu, Geoffrey M T Foley: Shaped-altered seamed imaging flexible member and method of constructing a flexible imaging sheet. Xerox Corporation, Gary G Heffernan, Zosan S Soong, December 28, 1993: US05273799 (19 worldwide citation)

A seamed flexible imaging member and a method of constructing a flexible imaging sheet is disclosed. The method of constructing a flexible imaging sheet comprises the steps of overlapping and forming. In the step of overlapping, a first marginal end region and a second marginal end region of the she ...


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Geoffrey M T Foley, Robert C U Yu: Scribed seamed imaging flexible member and method of constructing a flexible imaging sheet. Xerox Corporation, Gary G Heffernan, Zosan S Soong, February 15, 1994: US05286586 (13 worldwide citation)

A seamed flexible imaging member and a method of constructing a flexible imaging sheet is disclosed. The method of constructing a flexible imaging sheet comprises the steps overlapping and forming. In the step of overlapping, a first marginal end region and a second marginal end region of the sheet ...


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Eugene A Swain, Henry T Mastalski: Automated substrate loading and photoreceptor unloading system. Xerox Corporation, Gary G Heffernan, Zosan S Soong, July 18, 1995: US05433572 (10 worldwide citation)

A system for loading a plurality of cylindrical members, initially oriented to longitudinally extend in a first direction, into a processing module adapted to receive the plurality of cylindrical members longitudinally extending in a second direction, is disclosed. The system is particularly adapted ...


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Eugene A Swain, David J Vadas, Robert B Parry deceased: Automated substrate loading and photoreceptor unloading system. Xerox Corporation, Gary G Heffernan, Zosan S Soong, May 30, 1995: US05419058 (3 worldwide citation)

A system for loading a sleeve-like substrate into a processing module is disclosed. The system engages and retains a sleeve-like substrate by utilizing a first load head of a robot. The first load head typically engages and removes the sleeve-like substrate from a conveyor. The first load head trans ...