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Douglas Chinnock, James Boardman, John Goltz: Data transmission routing system. CompuServe Incorporated, Standley & Gilcrest, June 20, 1995: US05426427 (99 worldwide citation)

A data transmission routing system which allows a terminal user to access an initial host within a computer network, the initial host determines a preferred target host to respond to the user's requests, the initial host communicates with a terminal or gateway node the target host's address, and the ...


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James Boardman, Willem Wiechers: Manufacture of curved glass sheets. Pilkington Brothers, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis, July 5, 1988: US04755204 (19 worldwide citation)

Curved glass is maufactured by supporting glass on a sag bending mould which is passed through a furnace. During initial heating of the glass on the mould, hot air is directed around the mould beneath the glass to minimize the temperature difference between the mould and the glass.


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James Boardman, Peter M Ash: Toughened glass sheets. Triplex Safety Glass Company, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis, December 5, 1978: US04128690 (13 worldwide citation)

Thermally toughened glass sheets of thickness 2.5 mm to 3.5 mm, for use as motor vehicle side or rear windows, are produced by differential quenching producing a distribution of regions of more highly toughened glass interspersed with regions of lesser toughened glass. The average central tensile st ...


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Neil W Jacques, Brian J Thomas, David Sykes, James Boardman: Bending glass sheets. Pilkington Glass, Howrey & Simon, August 1, 1995: US05437703 (10 worldwide citation)

A method is provided in which a glass sheet is bent on a mould having a movable end, comprising the steps of: heating the glass sheet to its bending temperature; subjecting the glass sheet to an initial gravity bending step; providing support to a portion of the glass sheet located on the movable en ...


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James Boardman, Ian Nichols Tetlow: Apparatus for and method of heating and bending glass sheet. Pilkington Glass, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis L, August 12, 1997: US05656052 (8 worldwide citation)

A furnace is provided for the heating of glass sheets to be bent, whereby precise control of the temperature profile across a sheet may be achieved, resulting in improved control over the shape to which the sheet is bent. The furnace has at least one differential heating zone provided with a plurali ...


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James Boardman, Ian Nicholas Tetlow: Glass bending furnace. Pilkington Glass, CHEN SHENXIAN, April 24, 1996: CN94119190

A furnace is provided for the heating of glass sheets to be bent, whereby precise control of the temperature profile across a sheet may be achieved, resulting in improved control over the shape to which the sheet is bent. The furnace has at least one differential heating zone provided with a plurali ...