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Henry J Lee: Papermakers fabric with stacked machine direction yarns. Asten Group, Volpe and Koenig, April 14, 1992: US05103874 (95 worldwide citation)

A papermakers fabric have a system of flat monofilament machine direction yarns (hereinafter MD yarns). The system of MD yarns comprises upper and lower yarns which are vertically stacked. Preferably, the upper MD yarns define floats on the upper surface of the fabric and each upper MD yarn is paire ...


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Henry J Lee: Woven papermakers fabric having flat yarn floats. Asten, Volpe and Koenig, September 12, 1995: US05449026 (90 worldwide citation)

A papermakers fabric having a system of flat monofilament yarns which are woven with relatively long floats on at least one side of the fabric. In the preferred embodiment, the flat yarns are oriented in the machine direction of the papermakers fabric and are interwoven with at least a top layer of ...


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Henry J Lee: Papermakers fabric with stacked machine direction yarns. Asten Group, Volpe & Koenig, April 6, 1993: US05199467 (81 worldwide citation)

An industrial fabric, preferably for use as a papermakers fabric, having a system of flat monofilament machine direction yarns hereinafter MD yarns, which are woven in stacked, vertical alignment throughout the body of the fabric. Preferably, each upper MD yarn defines floats on the upper surface of ...


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Henry J Lee: Papermakers fabric with stacked machine direction yarns of a high warp fill. Asten Group, Volpe and Koenig, December 1, 1992: US05167261 (75 worldwide citation)

A papermakers fabric have a system of flat monofilament machine direction yarns (hereinafter MD yarns). The system of MD yarns comprises upper and lower yarns which are vertically stacked. Preferably, the upper MD yarns define floats on the upper surface of the fabric and each upper MD yarn is paire ...


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Henry J Lee: Papermakers fabric with stacked machine direction yarns. Asten, Volpe and Koenig P C, November 25, 1997: US05690149 (66 worldwide citation)

A papermakers fabric having a system of cross machine direction yarns interwoven with flat monofilament machine direction yarns. The flat machine direction yarns are arranged in stacked pairs. At least the upper machine direction yarns have an aspect ratio greater than 3:1 and weave in a float patte ...


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Ernst Schroder, Henry J Lee: Papermakers fabric having stacked machine direction yarns. Asten Group, Volpe and Koenig, September 6, 1994: US05343896 (33 worldwide citation)

A papermakers fabric having a system of monofilament machine direction yarns (hereinafter MD yarns) which control the permeability of the fabric. The present weave provides for usage of high aspect ratio yarns as structural weave components. The system of MD yarns comprises multiple layers of yarns ...


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Henry J Lee, Rex A Treece, Rachel H Kramer: Soft-faced dryer fabric. AstenJohnson, Volpe and Koenig P C, March 27, 2001: US06207598 (29 worldwide citation)

A multilayer papermaking fabric having interwoven machine direction (MD) and cross-machine direction (CMD) yarns, the CMD yarns defining at least upper and lower CMD yarn subsets which are interwoven with the MD yarns in a repeat pattern such that the MD yarns have substantially more interweavings w ...


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Henry J Lee: Papermakers fabric with flat high aspect ratio yarns. Asten Group, Volpe and Koenig, June 2, 1992: US05117865 (28 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to a papermakers fabric which provides for usage of high aspect ratio yarns as structured weave components. The fabric comprises a system of flat monofilament machine direction yarns (hereinafter MD yarns) which are woven in a selected weave construction which provi ...


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Henry J Lee: June 20, 1989: US04840624 (28 worldwide citation)

Female condom device having a pubic area cover pad with a condom attached perpendicularly thereto with its open end in the middle of the pad and the closed end extending rearwardly from the pad; leg encircling tapes for holding the pad in place, and, optionally, an insertion tool having an elongated ...


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Henry J Lee: Papermakers fabric having diverse flat machine direction yarn surfaces. Asten Group, Volpe and Koenig, July 27, 1993: US05230371 (27 worldwide citation)

A papermakers fabric having a stacked system of flat monofilament machine direction yarns (hereinafter MD yarns) which define the surface characteristics of the fabric. The system of MD yarns comprises upper and lower yarns which are vertically stacked. Preferably, the upper MD yarns define floats o ...