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Jeffrey M Ball: Method for applying a hot melt ink to a substrate. Willett International, Charles D Gunter, August 4, 1987: US04684956 (175 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a process for applying a thermoplastic image forming composition as a series of discrete droplets from a non-contact ink jet printing apparatus to form separate drops on a substrate moving relative to the apparatus, characterized in that the molten composition is therm ...


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Jeffrey M Ball: A Method for the coding of absorbent material. Willett International, Charles D Gunter Jr, March 20, 1990: US04909879 (59 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a process for marking a diaper fabric which comprises applying to the fabric one or more images by means of an ink jet printing technique during the fabrication of the diaper from its component materials. Preferably, the invention is used to apply a fluid indicator flu ...


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Jeffrey M Ball: Method for applying a composition to a substrate and a composition for use therein. Willett International, Charles D Gunter Jr, May 30, 1989: US04835208 (20 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a process for applying a thermoplastic composition as a series of discrete droplets from a non-contact ink jet printing apparatus to form separate drops on a substrate moving relative to the apparatus, characterized in that the molten composition is thermally stable at ...


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Jeffrey M Ball: Method for applying a hot melt ink to a substrate. Willett International, Charles D Gunter Jr, August 11, 1992: USRE034029

The present invention provides a process for applying a thermoplastic image forming composition as a series of discrete droplets from a non-contact ink jet printing apparatus to form separate drops on a substrate moving relative to the apparatus, characterized in that the molten composition is therm ...