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Charles W Spehrley Jr, Linda T Creagh, Robert R Schaffer: Platen arrangement for hot melt ink jet apparatus. Spectra, Brumbaugh Graves Donohue & Raymond, June 14, 1988: US04751528 (101 worldwide citation)

In the particular embodiment described in the specification, a hot melt ink jet system includes a temperature-controlled platen provided with a heater and a thermoelectric cooler electrically connected to a heat pump and a temperature control unit for controlling the operation of the heater and the ...


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Paul A Hoisington, Nathan P Hine, Charles W Spehrley Jr: Hot melt ink supply system. Spectra, Brumbaugh Graves Donohue & Raymond, March 21, 1989: US04814786 (69 worldwide citation)

In the representative hot melt ink supply system described in the specification, a first hot melt ink supply reservoir maintains ink in molten condition during operation of the system and a second reservoir mounted with an ink jet head on a movable carriage communicates with the first reservoir thro ...


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Nathan P Hine, Paul A Hoisington, Charles W Spehrley Jr, Melvin Biggs, Richard Carden: Ink supply system for an ink jet head. Spectra, Brumbaugh Graves Donohue & Raymond, June 26, 1990: US04937598 (60 worldwide citation)

In the representative ink supply system described in the specification, continuous circulation of ink in an ink jet head is accomplished by providing two reservoirs connected to each ink jet orifice through corresponding passages so that ink flows continuously from a high-level reservoir past the or ...


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Jeffrey B Brooks, Mark S Noyes, Frank W Martines, Charles W Spehrley Jr, Steven H Barss, Edward R Moynihan, Nathan P Hine, David W Gailus: Ink jet printing system. Markem Corporation, Brumbaugh Graves Donohue & Raymond, February 6, 1996: US05489925 (58 worldwide citation)

In the ink jet printing system described in the specification, a hot melt ink jet printhead having two ink reservoirs is coupled through an ink supply line to a remote hot melt ink supply and a temperature controller is arranged to control the temperatures of the ink in the remote ink supply, the su ...


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Charles W Spehrley Jr: Controlled ink drop spreading in hot melt ink jet printing. Spectra, Brumbaugh Graves Donohue & Raymond, August 21, 1990: US04951067 (42 worldwide citation)

In the particulate embodiments described in the specification, a hot melt ink jet system includes a temperature-controlled platen provided with a heater and with a thermoelectric cooler electrically connected to a heat pump, and a temperature control unit for controlling the operation of the heater ...


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Nathan P Hine, Paul A Hoisington, Charles W Spehrley Jr, Melvin L Biggs, Richard Carden: Dual reservoir and valve system for an ink jet head. Spectra, Brumbaugh Graves Donohue & Raymond, February 23, 1993: US05189438 (41 worldwide citation)

In the representative ink supply system described in the specification, continuous circulation of ink in an ink jet head is accomplished by providing two reservoirs connected to each ink jet orifice through corresponding passages so that ink flows continuously from a high-level reservoir past the or ...


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Paul A Hoisington, Nathan P Hine, Charles W Spehrley Jr: Deaeration of ink in an ink jet system. Spectra, Brumbaugh Graves Donohue & Raymond, November 29, 1988: US04788556 (41 worldwide citation)

In the particular embodiment of an ink deaerator described in the specification, an elongated ink path leading to an ink jet head is formed between two permeable membranes. The membranes are backed by air plenums which contain support members to hold the membranes in position. Reduced pressure is ap ...


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Jeffrey B Brooks, Charles W Spehrley Jr, Steven H Barss, Edward R Moynihan, Nathan P Hine, David W Gailus: Ink jet printing system. Markem Corporation, Baker & Botts, June 8, 1999: US05910810 (36 worldwide citation)

In the ink jet printing system described in the specification, a hot melt ink jet printhead having two ink reservoirs is coupled through an ink supply line to a remote hot melt ink supply and a temperature controller is arranged to control the temperatures of the ink in the remote ink supply, the su ...


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James E Britt, Charles W Spehrley Jr, Brian F Walsh, Robert G Palifka, Charles E Smith, Thomas Acquaviva: Copying system for on-line finishing. Xerox Corporation, November 1, 1988: US04782363 (35 worldwide citation)

Providing plural precollated sets of copies by plurally recirculating a set of documents and normally making two consecutive identical copies per document per circulation, at one-half the copying rate of the copier, feeding these pairs of identical copy sheets separately into two of only 3 (or 4) mo ...


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Paul A Hoisington, Edward R Moynihan, Charles W Spehrley Jr, Robert R Schaffer: Bidirectional hot melt ink jet printing. Spectra, Brumbaugh Graves Donohue & Raymond, December 24, 1991: US05075689 (33 worldwide citation)

In the representative embodiments of the invention described in the specification, an ink jet head has a series of aligned arrays of ink jet orifices arranged to project drops of different colored inks in sequence to the same location on a substrate during each scan of the ink jet head adjacent to t ...