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Christopher J Blackwell: Synthetic paper skins, paper and labels containing the same and methods of making the same. Avery Dennison Corporation, Renner Otto Boisselle & Sklar, October 4, 2005: US06951683 (12 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to polymer film useful as a skin layer for synthetic paper or label comprising (A) a filler (B) a carrier polymer and (C) a minor amount of an ink adhesion improving polymer. The film is printable by thermal transfer printing. The invention relates to multilayer articles, whic ...


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Christopher J Blackwell, Kevin O Henderson: Asymmetric multilayered polymeric film and label stock and label thereof. Avery Dennison Corporation, January 31, 2012: US08105686 (9 worldwide citation)

A polymeric film for labeling articles comprises an asymmetric multilayered film comprising specialized skin and core layers whose compositions address multiple needs including adhesion of a printing ink and an adhesive and die-cuttability. The polymeric film provides improved performance in the con ...


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Moris Amon, Christopher J Blackwell, Farid F Ghiam, Patricia Ann Harman, Payal Kaul, Sunder R Rajan, Richard K Williams Jr: Heat shrinkable film with (meth)acrylate resin curable adhesive. Avery Dennison Corporation, April 20, 2010: US07700189 (8 worldwide citation)

A heat shrinkable label comprises (A) a heat shrinkable film comprising at least one thermoplastic polymer, and (B) a curable adhesive comprising (1) at least one urethane (meth)acrylate resin having an average of about 1 to about 1.6 (meth)acrylate groups per resin molecule, (2) at least one tackif ...


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Christopher J Blackwell, Kevin O Henderson: Multilayered polymeric film for hot melt adhesive labeling and label stock and label thereof. Avery Dennison Corporation, Avery Dennison Corporation, May 2, 2017: US09636895

A polymeric film for labeling articles comprises a core layer (A), a print skin layer (B) comprising a polypropylene homopolymer, a polypropylene copolymer, a high density polyethylene, or a mixture of any of the foregoing polymers and at least 10% by weight based on the weight of the layer (B) of a ...


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Mitchell J Rackovan, James P Akeley, Christopher J Blackwell: Labels compatible with recycling. Avery Dennison Corporation, Avery Dennison Corporation, November 20, 2018: US10131130

Adhesive compositions, facestocks and/or packaging labels containing same, where such compositions, facestocks and/or labels designed to facilitate the recyclability of a plastic article formed from any suitable polymer or mixture of polymers (e.g., a polyethylene terephthalate (PET), recycled polye ...


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Kevin O Henderson, Michael David Hilston, Christopher J Blackwell: Multilayer films, adhesive constructions, and articles using the same. Heidi A Boehlefeld, Renner Otto Boisselle & Sklar, March 3, 2005: US20050048303-A1

This invention relates to a multilayer film comprising (a) a base layer having a first and second surface, wherein the base layer is comprised of at least one polyolefin, and (b) a skin layer on the first surface of the base layer, wherein the skin layer comprises at least about 70% by weight propyl ...


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Moris Amon, Christopher J Blackwell, Farid F Ghiam, Patricia Ann Harman, Payal Kaul, Sunder R Rajan, Richard K Williams: Heat shrinkable film with (meth)acrylate resin curable adhesive. Heidi A Boehlefeld, Renner Otto Boisselle & Sklar, July 26, 2007: US20070172669-A1

A heat shrinkable label comprises (A) a heat shrinkable film comprising at least one thermoplastic polymer, and (B) a curable adhesive comprising (1) at least one urethane (meth)acrylate resin having an average of about 1 to about 1.6 (meth)acrylate groups per resin molecule, (2) at least one tackif ...


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Christopher J Blackwell: Synthetic paper skins, paper and labels containing the same and methods of making the same. William C Tritt, Renner Otto Boisselle & Sklar, February 20, 2003: US20030035944-A1

This invention relates to polymer film useful as a skin layer for synthetic paper or label comprising (A) a filler (B) a carrier polymer and (C) a minor amount of an ink adhesion improving polymer. The film is printable by thermal transfer printing. The invention relates to multilayer articles, whic ...


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Christopher J Blackwell, Kevin O Henderson: Asymmetric Multilayered Polymeric Film And Label Stock And Label Thereof. Renner Otto Boisselle & Sklar, August 21, 2008: US20080199647-A1

A polymeric film for labeling articles comprises an asymmetric multilayered film comprising specialized skin and core layers whose compositions address multiple needs including adhesion of a printing ink and an adhesive and die-cuttability. The polymeric film provides improved performance in the con ...


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Christopher J Blackwell, John E Kovalchuk: In-Mold Labels and Uses Thereof. Avery Dennison Corporation, Renner Otto Boisselle & Sklar, November 13, 2008: US20080280111-A1

An in-mold label film comprises a core layer and a heat seal layer wherein the heat seal layer comprises a very low density polyethylene and a high density polyethylene. The inventive film is useful in providing a method of in-mold labeling an article, a labeled article and a method to improve handl ...