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John Blumenthal: Air purging system for a pulsed droplet ejecting system. Gould, Eber J Hyde, August 10, 1976: US03974508 (47 worldwide citation)

Pulsed droplet ejecting systems are described of the type in which a conduit conducts liquid from a reservoir to an orifice. The liquid is under zero or slightly negative pressure, and surface tension in the orifice prevents flow in the absence of other forces. An electroacoustic transducer is coupl ...


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John Blumenthal, Chad Z Moore: Electrographic imaging with non-sequential electrode actuation. Gould, Edward E Sachs, June 2, 1981: US04271417 (12 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a method and apparatus for charging a charge retentive surface of a record medium with a latent electrostatic image. The apparatus comprises a plurality of arrays of recording electrodes. The arrays are alternately divided into first and second groups of arrays. A plurality of complemen ...


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John Blumenthal: Toning apparatus for electrostatic printing and plotting machines. Gould, Charles E Snee III, Russell E Baumann, April 22, 1980: US04198923 (9 worldwide citation)

A toner head is disclosed for applying liquid toner to a moving record medium having a latent electrostatic image thereon, in which the contact surface of the head is curved in a cylindrical form to ensure proper engagement of the record medium during toning. Since the toner is circulated through th ...


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John Blumenthal: Toner clean-off head. Gould, Edward E Sachs, Barry L Tummino, June 9, 1981: US04271559 (6 worldwide citation)

A toner clean-off head utilizing a vacuum for removing liquid toner from a moving record medium having a latent electrostatic image thereon, in which the contact surface of the clean-off head is cylindrical so that the record medium easily conforms to ensure proper removal of the toner with a minimu ...


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John Blumenthal, Arling Dix Brown Jr: Electric spark recording. Gould, Eber J Hyde, Charles E Snee III, August 1, 1978: US04104648 (5 worldwide citation)

A graphic recording technique is disclosed for the enlargement of a relief configuration. A micro-stylus is used to scan the configuration laterally while measuring vertical irregularities in the surface; and a recorder stylus is synchronized therewith to record the scan. A series of scans are provi ...


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John Blumenthal, Charles Gamber Sr: Method of and apparatus for aerating bodies of water. The Power House, Lowe Hauptman Ham & Berner, September 23, 2008: US07427221 (2 worldwide citation)

A body of water is aerated by propelling in the body of water a water pumping arrangement including a sheath having a turning propeller that (a) sucks water from the body into the sheath interior via openings in the sheath, (b) forces the sucked water upwardly and (c) forces the upwardly forced wate ...


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John Blumenthal, Charles Gamber: Method for aerating bodies of water. The Power House, Lowe Hauptman & Berner, December 19, 2006: US07150239 (1 worldwide citation)

A body of water is aerated by propelling in the body of water a water pumping arrangement including a sheath having a turning propeller that (a) sucks water from the body into the sheath interior via openings in the sheath, (b) forces the sucked water upwardly and (c) forces the upwardly forced wate ...


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Steven T Senator, M Geoff Mulligan, John Blumenthal: Apparatus and method for forming packaged-object product and packaged-object product formed therefrom. Privacy Protection Co, fang ting, March 27, 2002: CN99809311

An encapsulated object, and apparatus and an associated method for forming an encapsulated object, is formed of an object to which executable code is added. The executable code defines one or more policies, and a set of capabilities is associated with each policy. Compliance with the policy must be ...


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Steven T Senator, John Blumenthal, M Geoff Ulligan: Systems and methods for securing electronic message. Secret Protection Co, li hui, January 23, 2002: CN99809349

System and methods are provided for permitting a sender to control access to an electronic message. The sender selects one or more policies which are packaged with the electronic message to form an object. The policies are implemented as computer-executable instructions capable of execution on a rem ...


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John Blumenthal, Charles Gamber: Method of an apparatus for aerating bodies of water. Lowe Hauptman Gilman And Berner, June 17, 2004: US20040112270-A1

A body of water is aerated by propelling in the body of water a water pumping arrangement including a sheath having a turning propeller that (a) sucks water from the body into the sheath interior via openings in the sheath, (b) forces the sucked water upwardly and (c) forces the upwardly forced wate ...