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Jason A Chesley, Donald R Bell, Harold E Rude, William F Sheffield, David F Slama, Alan N Stephens: Method of making an abrasive article. Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, Gary L Griswold, Walter N Kirn, James J Trussell, April 9, 1996: US05505747 (113 worldwide citation)

A method for making an abrasive article is disclosed, including the steps of providing a substrate having abrasive means on one surface, and providing a plurality of hooking stems on the opposite surface thereof. Several illustrative variations of the inventive method are disclosed.


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Jason A Chesley, Donald R Bell, Harold E Rude, William F Sheffield, David F Slama, Alan N Stephens: Method of making an abrasive article. Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, James J Trussell, November 24, 1998: US05840089 (57 worldwide citation)

A method for making an abrasive article is disclosed, including the steps of providing a substrate having abrasive means on one surface, and providing a plurality of hooking stems on the opposite surface thereof. Several illustrative variations of the inventive method are disclosed.


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Jason A Chesley, Donald R Bell, Harold E Rude, William F Sheffield, David F Slama, Alan N Stephens: Method of making an abrasive article. Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, Gary L Griswold, Walter N Kirn, James J Trussell, September 30, 1997: US05672186 (42 worldwide citation)

A method for making an abrasive article is disclosed, including the steps of providing a substrate having abrasive means on one surface, and providing a plurality of hooking stems on the opposite surface thereof. Several illustrative variations of the inventive method are disclosed.


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John L Barry, Donald R Bell, Jason A Chesley, Harold E Rude, William F Sheffield, David F Slama, Alan N Stephens: Abrading apparatus. Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, Gary L Griswold, Walter N Kirn, James J Trussell, March 4, 1997: US05607345 (34 worldwide citation)

A back-up pad is provided for supporting an abrasive article during abrading. The back-up pad includes a support portion, such as a polymeric backing, and an engaging portion, such as a loop material, for engaging hooking stems projecting from the abrasive article.


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Jason A Chesley, Donald R Bell, Harold E Rude, William F Sheffield, David F Slama, Alan N Stephens: Method of making an abrasive article. Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, Gary L Griswold, Walter N Kirn, James M Trussell, September 16, 1997: US05667540 (19 worldwide citation)

A method for making an abrasive article is disclosed, including the steps of providing a substrate having abrasive means on one surface, and providing a plurality of hooking stems on the opposite surface thereof. Several illustrative variations of the inventive method are disclosed.


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John L Barry, Donald R Bell, Jason A Chesley, Harold E Rude, William F Sheffield, David F Slama, Alan N Stephens: Abrading apparatus. Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, James J Trussell, Peter L Olson, March 10, 1998: US05725423 (14 worldwide citation)

A back-up pad is provided for supporting an abrasive article during abrading. The back-up pad includes a support portion, such as a polymeric backing, and an engaging portion, such as a loop material, for engaging hooking stems projecting from the abrasive article.


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Jason A Chesley, Donald R Bell, Harold E Rude, William F Sheffield, David F Slama, Alan N Stephens: Abrasive article. 3M Innovative Properties Company, Gregory D Allen, June 17, 2003: US06579162 (14 worldwide citation)

An abrasive sheet member is disclosed, including a substrate having first and second major surfaces, an abrasive on the first major surface, and a plurality of hooking stems on the second major surface. The hooking stems are adapted to hook engaging structures on an opposed surface to releasably aff ...


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Jason A Chesley, Donald R Bell, Harold E Rude, William F Sheffield, David F Slama, Alan N Stephens: Abrasive article. 3M Innovative Properties Company, Gregory D Allen, June 17, 2003: US06579161 (12 worldwide citation)

An abrasive sheet member is disclosed, including a substrate having first and second major surfaces, an abrasive on the first major surface, and a plurality of hooking stems on the second major surface. The hooking stems are adapted to hook engaging structures on an opposed surface to releasably aff ...


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Jason A Chesley, Donald R Bell, Harold E Rude, William F Sheffield, David F Slama, Alan N Stephens: Abrasive article. 3M Innovative Properties Company, Rick L Franzen, April 26, 2005: US06884157 (6 worldwide citation)

An abrasive sheet member is disclosed, including a substrate having first and second major surfaces, an abrasive on the first major surface, and a plurality of hooking stems on the second major surface. The hooking stems are adapted to hook engaging structures on an opposed surface to releasably aff ...


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Jason A Chesley, Donald R Bell, Harold E Rude, William F Sheffield, David F Slama, Alan N Stephens: Abrasive article. 3M Innovative Properties Company, May 16, 2006: US07044834 (6 worldwide citation)

An abrasive sheet member is disclosed, including a substrate having first and second major surfaces, an abrasive on the first major surface, and a plurality of hooking stems on the second major surface. The hooking stems are adapted to hook engaging structures on an opposed surface to releasably aff ...