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Jason P Rider: Sheet conveying device having multiple outputs. Xerox Corporation, Joseph M Young, September 2, 2003: US06612571 (119 worldwide citation)

A sheet conveying device having multiple directional outputs with multiple registration options having no fixed registration wall for sequencing single sheets or two approximately identical sheets arriving in a two-up configuration, includes a first, second, third, and fourth pairs of rolls. The fir ...


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Brent R Jones: Load and feed apparatus for solid ink. Xerox Corporation, Joseph M Young, April 8, 2003: US06543867 (41 worldwide citation)

A solid ink loader for feeding solid ink sticks in a phase change ink jet printer, which includes a first feed channel having a first insertion end and a first melt end for receiving ink sticks and at least one key plate for covering the at least one feed channel. The at least one key plate includes ...


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Thomas A Myers, Jonathan A Dorsey, Richard M Hraber, Stephen F Skrainar, David S Matthews: Resource management for a printing system via job ticket. Xerox Corporation, Paul F Doebler, Joseph M Young, July 12, 2005: US06917437 (38 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a printing system, and more particularly to a resource management using job tickets displayed on a user interface for controlling a printing system to generate documents received from one or more input units including a computer network, scanner, modem, etc. Since th ...


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Joseph P Taillie: Scanner having a variable object plane. Xerox Corporation, John M Kelly, Joseph M Young, August 5, 2003: US06603580 (38 worldwide citation)

An input scanner for scanning three-dimensional objects, such as books, on a platen. The input scanner includes a light source for illuminating a three-dimensional object, an elongated sensor array for producing a digital representation of the image on the three-dimensional object, a lens array, a m ...


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Richard C Grossweiler III, Kenneth P Fishkin, Beverly L Harrison, Anuj Uday Gujar, Roy Want: Navigation of rendered virtual environments using physical tags. Xerox Corporation, Robert A Burtzlaff, Joseph M Young, June 3, 2003: US06573916 (36 worldwide citation)

A method of operating a computing system that includes a display for rendered graphical images and an electronic tag reader configured to read an identifier of the electronic tag providing signals indicating target regions within images presented by the display. The method includes presenting a star ...


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Edward A Richley, Roy Want, Kenneth P Fishkin, Beverly L Harrison, Anuj Uday Gujar: Electronic tag position detection using radio broadcast. Xerox Corporation, Robert A Bartzlaff, Joseph M Young, April 1, 2003: US06542083 (33 worldwide citation)

A system for identification and tracking of tags distributed in a room, wherein the system includes an electromagnetic pulse generator to produce a local electromagnetic spike, a tag reactive to the local electromagnetic spike to provide a data signal, a data receiver for receiving the data signal, ...


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Brent R Jones: Load and feed apparatus for solid ink. Xerox Corporation, Joseph M Young, April 13, 2004: US06719413 (29 worldwide citation)

A solid ink loader for feeding colored solid ink sticks in a phase change ink jet printer, wherein the feed system includes at least one feed channel for receiving ink sticks having a first ink stick color, at least one key plate for the at least one feed channel, wherein the at least one key plate ...


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Brent R Jones: Load and feed apparatus for solid ink. Xerox Corporation, Joseph M Young, June 3, 2003: US06572225 (29 worldwide citation)

A solid ink supply system for feeding solid ink sticks to an ink jet printer, which includes a housing for receiving and staging the solid ink sticks, at least two supply channels within the housing, at least two key plates covering the supply channels, each of the key plates including an insertion ...


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Brent R Jones: Load and feed apparatus for solid ink. Xerox Corporation, Joseph M Young, November 18, 2003: US06648435 (26 worldwide citation)

An ink supply level sensing system for a solid ink loader having a channel for holding ink sticks, the channel having a push block therein, wherein the push block pushes ink sticks towards an end of the channel, and wherein the push block moves down the channel as it pushes the ink sticks. The sensi ...


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Charles W Stohrer, Murray O Meetze Jr, Dennis C DeYoung: Tactile overlays for screens. Xerox Corporation, Joseph M Young, February 27, 2007: US07184032 (24 worldwide citation)

An overlay for use with a display screen, comprising at least one first tactilely readable area, wherein the display screen includes a first feature thereon, wherein the tactilely readable area includes information in a tactilely readable format, and wherein the information identifies a first featur ...