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Thomas P Hambleton, Harold F Tighe Jr, John J Michels: Protective packaging system for a plurality of containers. August 19, 1986: US04606454 (8 worldwide citation)

The present invention is a protective packaging system for a plurality of containers (12) having a top protective cover (2) for engaging and protecting the top end closures (62) of the plurality of containers (12), and an enclosing material (14), such as shrink wrap (14), disposed about a plurality ...


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Patrick J Bierschenk, Steven D Braithwaite, John J Michels: Method and apparatus for stacking tortilla chips. Recot, Rothwell Figg Ernst & Manbeck, January 15, 2002: US06338606 (8 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for stacking curved, triangular snack food chips, e.g., tortilla chips, for packaging in a sleeve-type container. The chips are fed into a first, U-shaped vibratory chute, which automatically causes the apex corners of the chips to extend beyond the opposing base edges of adja ...


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Patrick J Bierschenk, Steven D Braithwaite, John J Michels: Method and apparatus for stacking tortilla chips. Recot, Rothwell Figg Ernst & Manbeck, June 25, 2002: US06409461 (6 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for stacking curved, triangular snack food chips, e.g., tortilla chips, for packaging in a sleeve-type container. The chips are fed into a first, U-shaped vibratory chute, which automatically causes the apex corners of the chips to extend beyond the opposing base edges of adja ...


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Patrick J Bierschenk, Steven D Braithwaite, John J Michels: Method and apparatus for stacking tortilla chips. Recot, Rothwell Figg Ernst & Manbeck PC, April 11, 2002: US20020041803-A1

A method and apparatus for stacking curved, triangular snack food chips, e.g., tortilla chips, for packaging in a sleeve-type container. The chips are fed into a first, U-shaped vibratory chute, which automatically causes the apex corners of the chips to extend beyond the opposing base edges of adja ...


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Patrick J Bierschenk, Stevin D Braithwaite, John J Michels: Method and apparatus for stacking tortilla chips. Recot, liu xinpeng, June 19, 2002: CN00808640

A method and apparatus for stacking curved, triangular snack food chips, e.g., tortilla chips, for packaging in a sleeve-type container. The chips are fed into a first, U-shaped vibratory chute, which automatically causes the apex corners of the chips to extend beyond the opposing base edges of adja ...