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Gerald M Weber, William R Vinnage Jr, Douglas H Benson, David A Sabatelli, James W Richardson: Method for incrementally stretching a zero strain stretch laminate web to impart elasticity thereto. The Procter & Gamble Company, E Kelly Linman, Thomas H O Flaherty, Richard C Witte, December 1, 1992: US05167897 (402 worldwide citation)

An improved method and apparatus for incrementally stretching "zero strain" stretch laminate webs to impart elasticity thereto in the direction of initial stretching, at least up to the point of initial stretching. The "zero strain" stretch laminate material is formed of at least two plies of materi ...


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Kenneth B Buell, Gerald M Weber, James R Mick, James W Richardson: Method for incrementally stretching zero strain stretch laminate web in a non-uniform manner to impart a varying degree of elasticity thereto. The Procter & Gamble Company, E Kelly Linman, Thomas H O Flaherty, Richard C Witte, October 20, 1992: US05156793 (341 worldwide citation)

A "zero strain" stretch laminate web exhibiting a non-uniform degree of elasticity, as measured in the direction of elasticization at various points along an axis oriented substantially perpendicular to the direction of elasticization. Improved method and apparatus for non-uniformly stretching "zero ...


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Gerald M Weber, James W Richardson: Method for sequentially stretching zero strain stretch laminate web to impart elasticity thereto without rupturing the web. The Procter & Gamble Company, E Kelly Linman, Thomas H O Flaherty, Richard C Witte, September 1, 1992: US05143679 (328 worldwide citation)

An improved method and apparatus for incrementally stretching "zero strain" stretch laminate webs to impart elasticity thereto in the direction of stretching, at least up to the point of initial stretching. The "zero strain" stretch laminate material is formed of at least two plies of material which ...


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William Willhite Jr, Gerald M Weber, Godfrey Retier: Adhesive-free bonding of continuously moving webs to form laminate web and products cut therefrom. The Procter & Gamble Company, E Kelly Linman, John V Gorman, Richard C Witte, April 25, 1989: US04823783 (42 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus for ultrasonically bonding continuously moving webs to one another using a stationary vibrating horn and a relatively slick, non-thermally softenable moving slip layer interposed between the webs to be bonded and the horn to prevent web damage. Interposing the slip layer between ...


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Leonard C Hooper, Gerald M Weber: Method and apparatus for folding and cutting an interconnected web of disposable diapers or the like having stretched elastic leg bands secured thereto. The Procter & Gamble Company, E Kelly Linman, Fredrick H Braun, John V Gorman, May 10, 1977: US04022456 (25 worldwide citation)

An interconnected web of disposable diapers containing a pair of continuous, stretched strands of elastic aligned generally parallel to the direction of web travel, is folded along its length from a substantially flat condition to produce a C-shaped, transverse cross-section by means of a convention ...


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William Willhite Jr, Gerald M Weber, Godfrey Retier: Adhesive-free bonding of continuously moving webs to form laminate web. The Procter & Gamble Company, E Kelly Linman, John V Gorman, Richard C Witte, October 22, 1991: US05059277 (22 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus for ultrasonically bonding continuously moving webs to one another using a stationary vibrating horn and a relatively slick, non-thermally softenable moving slip layer interposed between the webs to be bonded and the horn to prevent web damage. Interposing the slip layer between ...


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Gerald M Weber, Godfrey Reiter: Apparatus for unwinding a roll of blocking-prone web material. The Procter & Gamble Company, Thomas J Slone, Fredrick H Braun, Richard C Witte, April 1, 1986: US04579292 (1 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for unwinding a roll of web material which is prone to blocking: for example, an elastomeric film which, while rolled, is prone to having the convolutions of the roll stick together. The apparatus induces a sufficiently high rate of strain in a short span adjacent the roll to effect con ...


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Gerald M Weber, Gerald A Young, Gregory W Taylor: Shaped absorbent core comprising multiple pieces and method for making same. The Procter &Amp Gamble Company, li xiaoshu, April 26, 2000: CN98803713

Disclosed is a shaped absorbent core suitable for absorbing and retaining aqueous body fluids. The absorbent cores comprise a front panel and a back panel. The front and back panels are made from fluid absorbent material, and each has an inner end, an outer end, and two sides. The inner and outer en ...