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Robert J Schleinz, Steven W Fitting, Joseph S Kucherovsky, Daniel J Conrad: Ink-printed, low basis weight nonwoven fibrous webs and method. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Douglas L Kimberly Clark Corporation Miller, October 17, 1995: US05458590 (130 worldwide citation)

Low basis weight nonwoven fibrous web, which can be incorporated into personal care articles, has an ink printed thereon and has an average wet crockfastness value of at least about 4 or greater. A method is provided for making the ink-printed web.


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Carl G Schroth, Russell E Thorson: Revolving transfer roll. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Kimberly Clark Corporation, August 26, 1986: US04608115 (106 worldwide citation)

An apparatus including a revolving roll for applying to a sheet of a first material continuously moving in a first direction at least one discrete length of a second material with the length of the discrete length at an angle to the first direction. The discrete length is cut from a continuous ribbo ...


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Lewis P Orchard, Judi K Simon: Visco-elastic weight. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Kimberly Clark Corporation, November 11, 1986: US04621808 (43 worldwide citation)

A visco-elastic or soft weight is disclosed, made from a core comprising a particulate weight-adding agent substantially homogeneously dispersed within a visco-elastic material and a cover surrounding the core.


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James M Carr, Elwood W Harke: Absorbent article with inversely related gradients. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Douglas L Kimberly Clark Corporation Miller, October 31, 1995: US05462537 (25 worldwide citation)

An absorbent article is provided with inversely related basis weight and density gradients for absorbing and retaining body liquids. A central target area of the absorbent article has an average higher basis weight and a lower average density than end areas. Superabsorbent material is selectively di ...


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Pierce Allan A, Peterson Christian M, Kunde Jerry G: Method of coupon positioning and mechanism therefor. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Kimberly Clark Corporation, December 16, 1975: US3926425 (24 worldwide citation)

A method of applying a coupon to roll products such as paper toweling, toilet paper rolls and similar products, and a mechanism for carrying out the coupon application.


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Anderson Dean K: Fiber waste reclaim system and method. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Kimberly Clark Corporation, June 17, 1975: US3890220 (18 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for the recovery of wood pulp fibers from scrap products having the wood pulp fibers in fluff form. Such products include disposable diapers, sanitary napkins and the like wherein the fibers are commonly retained by sheet material. The sheet material may be a liquid impervious ...


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Thomas Gordon D: Embossed paper toweling and method of production. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Kimberly Clark Corporation, February 25, 1975: US3868205 (18 worldwide citation)

Absorbent paper sheets in multi-ply web form in which the outer webs of the sheet are creped and consist of a series of ribs and grooves. The webs have their ribs secured together by adhesive dispersed in a pattern consisting of individual adhesive zones. The adhesive zones are obtained by providing ...


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Spencer Harvey J, Wittkopf Eugene W: Folding apparatus. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Kimberly Clark Corporation, September 16, 1975: US3905592 (11 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for folding sheet material in which apparatus panels disposed in opposed relation form a receiving surface for the receipt of sheet material to be folded. The panels are provided with vacuum ports which the sheet material overlies and the production of suction pressure retains the sheet ma ...


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Evans Ernest C, Gurnee Clarence E: Cushioning material test device. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Kimberly Clark Corporation, January 14, 1975: US3859841 (10 worldwide citation)

A device for the measurement on a comparative basis of cushioning properties of materials. A guided capsule releasably carrying a shuttle is arranged to be directed against cushioning material at such impact value that the shuttle is jolted from the capsule. Means are provided to indicate the relati ...


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Gregory J Rajala, Robert J Shavlik: Method and device for producing endless synchronous belt with modifed teeth. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Kimberly Clark Corporation, July 15, 1986: US04600549 (6 worldwide citation)

Synchronous conveying belts are formed by modifying teeth grooves of a molding gear used in a molding device employing the gear. A groove plate is configured to fixedly mount in a bottom land of selected teeth of the molding gear for reducing the depth of the selected teeth of the belt to be molded. ...