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Karl V Thomsen, John J Darcy, Augustus W Griswold, Boris W Haritonoff, Jacob Pond: Apparatus for preparing belts. Xerox Corporation, November 7, 1989: US04878985 (28 worldwide citation)

A process and apparatus for fabricating belts are disclosed in which the leading edge of a web is conveyed from a supply roll into a belt loop forming station, the web is cut a predetermined distance from the leading edge to form a web segment having the leading edge at one end and a trailing edge a ...


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Karl V Thomsen, John J Darcy, Augustus W Griswold, Boris W Haritonoff, Jacob Pond: Process for preparing belts. Xerox Corporation, June 13, 1989: US04838964 (25 worldwide citation)

A process for fabricating belts are disclosed in which the leading edge of a web is conveyed from a supply roll into a belt loop forming station, the web is cut a predetermined distance from the leading edge to form a web segment having the leading edge at one end and a trailing edge at the opposite ...


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Richard E Smith, Augustus W Griswold: Mag brush housing with detachable sump section. Xerox Corporation, September 21, 1976: US03981272 (24 worldwide citation)

A magnetic brush development system for developing latent electrostatic images carried by a photoconductively coated substrate has a split housing comprising a movable section with a sump for storing a supply of developer, a stationary section including one or more development rolls which are fed wi ...


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Augustus W Griswold, Boris W Haritonoff: Microfiche converter and updater apparatus. Arcata Microfilm Corporation, Schovee & Boston, May 11, 1976: US03956054 (8 worldwide citation)

Microfilm is converted into microfiche by feeding the film through a cutter, cutting the film into one or more frames, and then mounting the frame(s) upon a transparent microfiche base. The microfilm has a pair of adhesive strips along the top and bottom edge of its bottom surface for attaching the ...


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Augustus W Griswold, Boris W Haritonoff: Microfiche deleter method. Schovee & Boston, July 26, 1977: US04038124 (4 worldwide citation)

A microfiche having one or more frames to be deleted is mounted in accurate registration and alignment on a microfiche deck, and a light is energized in the deck underneath each frame of the microfiche to be deleted. The operator then moves a knife carriage mounted on an "X-Y" detented slide system ...


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Bruce E Taylor, Orville C Huggins, Augustus W Griswold: Tag banding apparatus. Monarch Marking Systems, Joseph J Grass, August 6, 1991: US05036647 (2 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed an improved tag banding apparatus which conveys a tag to a stop position, positions tags one-by-one and accumulates the tags in a stack, and bands the stacks in a connected series.


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Augustus W Griswold, Boris W Haritonoff, Angus W Westkirk: Microfiche mounter. Dynak, George W Shaw, January 18, 1977: US04003779 (2 worldwide citation)

A microfiche mounter is fully automatic and uses preprogrammed instructions from either a computer or a filmstrip in placing the image frames of the filmstrip in predetermined destination regions of a transparent base to make or update a microfiche. The mounter receives instructions and displays inf ...


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Bruce E Taylor, Orville C Huggins, Augustus W Griswold: Tag banding apparatus. Monarch Marking Systems, Joseph J Grass, April 5, 1988: US04735034 (1 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed an improved tag banding apparatus which conveys a tag to a stop position, positions tags one-by-one and accumulates the tags in a stack, and bands the stacks in a connected series.


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Augustus W Griswold, Boris W Haritonoff: Microfiche support. Arcata Microfilm Corporation, Schovee & Boston, February 10, 1976: US03936964

Microfilm is converted into microfiche by feeding the film through a cutter, cutting the film into one or more frames, and then mounting the frame(s) upon a transparent microfiche base. The microfilm has a pair of adhesive strips along the top and bottom edge of its bottom surface for attaching the ...


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Augustus W Griswold: Apparatus for applying a cap to and removing the cap from a pin. Crosfield Data Systems, William D Hall, November 27, 1984: US04484828

A cap for securing a printing plate, sheet of paper, or other flat piece of material to a plate or bed having one or more registration pins, is provided. The cap has a resilient O ring for securing it to the pin. The cap is actually applied to, and removed from, the pin by a cap holding and releasin ...