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Donald R Titterington, Loc V Bui, Linda M Hirschy, Harold: Indirect printing process for applying selective phase change ink compositions to substrates. Tektronix, Ralph D Alessandro, December 13, 1994: US05372852 (362 worldwide citation)

A phase change ink composition is indirectly applied to a substrate by raising the temperature of the phase change ink composition to form a liquid phase change ink composition, applying droplets of the phase change ink composition in a liquid phase to a liquid intermediate transfer surface on a sol ...


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Charles W Jaeger, Donald R Titterington, Hu P Le, Jeffrey J Sopko: Phase change ink composition and phase change ink produced therefrom. Tektronix, John D Winkelman, Jerome S Marger, December 26, 1989: US04889560 (293 worldwide citation)

A phase change ink carrier composition is combined with a compatible colorant to form a phase change ink composition of this invention. A thin film of substantially uniform thickness of that phase change ink carrier composition, and the ink produced therefrom, has a high degree of lightness and chro ...


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Loc V Bui, Donald R Titterington, James D Rise, C Wayne Jaeger, Jon C Mutton, Hue P Le: Imaging process. Tektronix, Ralph D Alessandro, February 14, 1995: US05389958 (289 worldwide citation)

A method and the apparatus for employing the method are disclosed whereby an intermediate transfer surface of a layer of sacrificial liquid is applied to a supporting surface and a phase change ink is deposited on the liquid layer. The inked image is then contact transferred to a final receiving sub ...


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C Wayne Jaeger, Loc V Bui, Donald R Titterington, Clifford R King: Use of polymeric dyes in hot melt ink jet inks. Tektronix, Ralph D Alessandro, William A Simons, April 15, 1997: US05621022 (288 worldwide citation)

A phase change ink composition is disclosed wherein the ink composition utilizes polymeric dyes in combination with a selected phase change ink carrier composition.


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Donald R Titterington, Jeffrey J Anderson, James D Rise, Wayne Jaeger: Substrates having a light-transmissive phase change ink printed thereon and methods for producing same. Tektronix, Jerome S Marger, John D Winkelman, Robert S Hulse, December 26, 1989: US04889761 (258 worldwide citation)

A method for producing a light-transmissive phase change ink printed substrate is described which comprises providing a substrate, and then printing on at least one surface of the substrate a predetermined pattern of a light-transmissive phase change ink which initially transmits light in a non-rect ...


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Clifford R King, Donald R Titterington, Jeffrey H Banning: Metal phthalocyanine colorants for phase change inks. Xerox Corporation, Oliff & Berridge, April 24, 2001: US06221137 (113 worldwide citation)

Phase change inks containing at least one colorant that comprises at least one metal phthalocyanine tetraamide chromogen, at least one metal phthalocyanine tetraester chromogen, or mixtures thereof.


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Jeffrey H Banning, Donald R Titterington, Wolfgang G Wedler: Colorless compounds, solid inks, and printing methods. Xerox Corporation, Wells St John Roberts Gregory & Matkin, October 30, 2001: US06309453 (100 worldwide citation)

The invention includes colorless compounds having a central core and at least two arms extending from the core. The core can comprise one or more atoms. The at least two arms have the formula


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Loc V Bui, Clifford R King, Jeffery H Banning, Donald R Titterington: Isocyanate-derived materials for use in phase change ink jet inks. Tektronix, Ralph D Alessandro, July 21, 1998: US05782966 (92 worldwide citation)

Resins and waxes made by reacting selected nucleophiles, including alcohols and/or amines, with an isocyanate are disclosed. The order of addition of the isocyanate and the different nucleophiles can tailor the distribution of di-urethane, mixed urethane/urea, and/or di-urea molecules in the final r ...