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Robert Roy Buckley, John Oliver Walker, Barry Glynn Gombert, Philip Crane Rose, Jennifer Colleen Perotti: Custom packaging solution for arbitrary objects. Xerox Corporation, Pepper Hamilton, September 7, 2010: US07788883 (65 worldwide citation)

A method of producing a custom packaging system for arbitrary objects. A first image of an object to be packaged is received via an electronic user interface. Information relating to the material properties of the object may be received as well via the interface. A three dimensional size for the obj ...


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Robert Roy Buckley, John Oliver Walker, Barry Glynn Gombert, Philip Crane Rose, Jennifer Colleen Perotti: Custom packaging solution for arbitrary objects. Xerox Corporation, Pepper Hamilton, October 4, 2011: US08028501 (59 worldwide citation)

A method of producing a packaged uses an electronic user interface to receive a first image of an object to be packaged, along with information relating to one or more properties of the object. A three dimensional size for the object is determined, and a package is automatically selected. Based on t ...


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Barry Glynn Gombert, John Oliver Walker, Philip Crane Rose, Jennifer Colleen Perotti: System and method for selecting a package structural design. Xerox Corporation, Pepper Hamilton, April 17, 2012: US08160992 (12 worldwide citation)

A system and method of selecting a package model may include maintaining a data structure of a plurality of package models. Each package model may have a plurality of package model attributes including at least a size and a style. A user input may be received that is descriptive of a desired package ...


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Barry Glynn Gombert, John Oliver Walker, Philip Crane Rose, Jennifer Colleen Perotti: System and method for selecting a package structural design. Xerox Corporation, Pepper Hamilton, May 10, 2011: US07941465 (11 worldwide citation)

A system and method of selecting a package model are disclosed. A data structure of a plurality of package models and one or more attribute relationships may be stored. Each package model may have a plurality of package model attributes including at least a size and a style. Each attribute relations ...


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John Oliver Walker, Robert Roy Buckley, Barry Glynn Gombert, Philip Crane Rose, Jennifer Colleen Perotti: System and method for automating package assembly. Xerox Corporation, Fox Rothschild, December 23, 2014: US08915831 (3 worldwide citation)

A system and method of automatically assembling a package may include maintaining a data structure comprising a dynamic rule set for package production. A desired package may be selected for assembly. An assembly sequence may automatically be developed to create a three dimensional package from the ...


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Barry Glynn Gombert, Philip Crane Rose, John Oliver Walker, Jennifer Colleen Perotti, Robert Roy Buckley: Packaging digital front end. Xerox Corporation, Fox Rothschild, May 8, 2012: US08174720 (3 worldwide citation)

A package assembly method and system may include a processor, a more printing device, an assembly device, a knowledge base containing a structural design ontology, and a memory structure. A memory structure may contain instructions that instruct the processor to query the knowledge base to obtain a ...


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Robert Roy Buckley, John Oliver Walker, Barry Glynn Gombert, Philip Crane Rose, Jennifer Colleen Perotti: Custom packaging solution for arbitrary objects. Xerox Corporation, Pepper Hamilton, November 25, 2010: US20100293896-A1

A method of producing a packaged uses an electronic user interface to receive a first image of an object to be packaged, along with information relating to one or more properties of the object. A three dimensional size for the object is determined, and a package is automatically selected. Based on t ...


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Robert Roy Buckley, John Oliver Walker, Barry Glynn Gombert, Philip Crane Rose, Jennifer Colleen Perotti: Custom packaging solution for arbitrary objects. Xerox Corporation, Pepper Hamilton, December 24, 2009: US20090313948-A1

A method of producing a custom packaging system for arbitrary objects. A first image of an object to be packaged is received via an electronic user interface. Information relating to the material properties of the object may be received as well via the interface. A three dimensional size for the obj ...


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Barry Glynn Gombert, John Oliver Walker, Philip Crane Rose, Jennifer Colleen Perotti: System and method for selecting a package structural design. Xerox Corporation, Pepper Hamilton, November 19, 2009: US20090287632-A1

A system and method of selecting a package model may include maintaining a data structure of a plurality of package models. Each package model may have a plurality of package model attributes including at least a size and a style. A user input may be received that is descriptive of a desired package ...


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Barry Glynn Gombert, John Oliver Walker, Philip Crane Rose, Jennifer Colleen Perotti: System and method for selecting a package structural design. Xerox Corporation, Pepper Hamilton, November 19, 2009: US20090287717-A1

A system and method of selecting a package model are disclosed. A data structure of a plurality of package models and one or more attribute relationships may be stored. Each package model may have a plurality of package model attributes including at least a size and a style. Each attribute relations ...