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Ivan Rezanka, John W Lin, Gary R Fague, Lesley P Dudek: Thermal ink-jet printing with fast- and slow-drying inks. Xerox Corporation, December 6, 1994: US05371531 (104 worldwide citation)

A multi-color ink-jet printer in which a first partial image is created on a recording medium, and then a second partial image is created on the same recording medium after the first partial image is substantially dried. The first partial image comprises an ink which dries at a slower rate than that ...


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Ivan Rezanka, John W Lin, Gary R Fague, Lesley P Dudek: Color ink-jet printing with fast-and-slow-drying inks. Xerox Corporation, Tallam I Nguti, October 29, 1996: US05570118 (62 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for printing a multicolor image on a sheet movable along a sheet path in a process direction. The apparatus includes a first printhead mounted at a first location along the sheet path and containing a first type ink for printing a first portion of the image on the sheet in which the fir ...


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John Wei Ping Lin, Gary R Fague, Raymond R Wong: Pigment ink jet ink compositions for high resolution printing. Xerox Corporation, Oliff & Berridge, November 7, 2000: US06143807 (30 worldwide citation)

An aqueous ink jet ink composition having a pigment wherein at least 50% of the pigment particles have an average diameter or size .ltoreq.0.3 microns with the remaining particles in the ink composition having a diameter or size .ltoreq.3.0 microns, water, a dispersant which is a reaction product of ...


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Gary R Fague: Microwave dryable thermal ink jet inks. Xerox Corporation, Oliff & Berridge, September 29, 1998: US05814138 (21 worldwide citation)

A microwave dryable thermal ink jet ink including an aqueous liquid vehicle, a co-solvent of formylethanolamine, acetylethanolamine, triethanolamine, trimethylolpropane, thiodiethanol, sulfolane and 1,3-dimethylimidazolidinone, a colorant, and ammonium bromide is described. Ammonium chloride may als ...


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Gary R Fague: Ink compositions for ink jet printing. Xerox Corporation, Judith L Byorick, February 27, 2001: US06193792 (18 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is an ink composition which comprises (a) water, (b) a surfactant of the formula


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Garland J Nichols, Min Hong Fu, Gary R Fague, James P Bareman, Francisco E Torres: Ink composition for ink jet printing. Xerox Corporation, Judith L Byorick, September 26, 2000: US06124376 (16 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a process which comprises incorporating into an ink jet printing apparatus an ink composition which comprises water, a colorant, and a polymer of the formula ##STR1## wherein m, n, x, and y are each integers representing the number of repeat monomer units, and wherein the ratio of x:y i ...


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John Wei Ping Lin, Gary R Fague, Raymond R Wong: Pigment ink jet compositions for high resolution printing. Xerox Corporation, Oliff & Berridge, December 11, 2001: US06328393 (16 worldwide citation)

An aqueous ink jet ink composition having a pigment wherein at least 50% of the pigment particles have an average diameter or size≦0.3 microns with the remaining particles in the ink composition having a diameter or size≦3.0 microns, water, a dispersant which is a reaction product of an aldehy ...


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Gary R Fague: Low molecular weight polyethylene glycols as latency extenders in pigmented ink jet inks. Xerox Corporation, Oliff & Berridge, May 7, 1996: US05514207 (8 worldwide citation)

An aqueous ink jet ink composition includes a pigment and an aqueous carrier medium containing sulfolane and a low molecular weight polyethylene glycol. In preferred embodiments, the low molecular weight polyethylene glycol has a number average molecular weight between 350 and 650.


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Mark J Newton, Gary R Fague, Sugjoon Lee, Jon Woolstencroft, Richard Goupil, Kerry Hook: Reinforcement for asphaltic paving, method of paving, and process for making a grid with the coating for asphaltic paving. Saint Gobain Technical Fabrics America, Duane Morris, Steven E Koffs, October 18, 2011: US08038364 (6 worldwide citation)

A composite material comprises: an open grid comprising at least two sets of strands. Each set of strands has openings between adjacent strands. The sets are oriented at a substantial angle to one another. A tack film is laminated to the open grid. The tack film has first and second major surfaces, ...


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Norman S Edgett, Gary R Fague, Louis V Isganitis, Kurt B Gundlach, Joseph R Weber: Method of cleaning an ink storage material. Xerox Corporation, November 4, 1997: US05683520 (2 worldwide citation)

Several methods are provided for cleaning felt or foam materials that are used to store and deliver ink, particularly ink supplied to ink jet printheads in an ink jet printing system. The felt materials are contaminated during manufacture, by various antistats, primarily phosphates. These antistats ...