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DEW JAMES WALTER HENRY: [en] Improvements in the Manufacture of Tape, Ribbon, Cord and the like.. DEW JAMES WALTER HENRY, July 7, 1913: GB191210729-A

[en] 10,729. Dew, J. W. H. May 6. Trimmings. - Ribbons, tapes, cord yarns, ropes, &c. are made by passing unspun fibres through a die or machine to form a band, which is then passed through a bath of liquid gum. This bath may contain colouring-matter.


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DEW JAMES WALTER HENRY: [en] Improvements in the Manufacture of Cords, Yarns or the like.. DEW JAMES WALTER HENRY, May 8, 1914: GB191310865-A

[en] 10,865. Dew, J. W. H. May 8. [Addition to 10,729/12.] Cords, formed from fibres and adhesive smoothing.-Cords are made by forming a strip or band of fibres arranged parallel to one another in the direction of their length and approximately one fibre thick, passing the strip through a suitable a ...


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DEW JAMES WALTER HENRY: [en] Improvements in Machines for Manufacturing Articles or Material Formed from Rubber or other Adhesive and Fibre.. DEW JAMES WALTER HENRY, May 14, 1914: GB191311731-A

[en] 11,731. Dew, J. W. H. May 20. Coating webs imitations of textile fabrics. -A machine for making fabric composed of a sheet of fibres, preferably about one fibre thick, agglutinated by rubber or other adhesive, and suitable for making tyres, tyre treads, waterproof sheeting, tubing, &c., compris ...


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