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Dibble Merton L, Morehead Edward A: Apparatus for automatically cutting connecting tow of continuous filamentary material between tote boxes. Eastman Kodak Company, April 18, 1972: US3656383 (9 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for automatically cutting a connecting tow of continuous filamentary material that extends between tote boxes that are in loading and off-loading positions, respectively. The connecting tow is engaged and consequently is held by a member attached to a carriage that moves between the tote b ...


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Finley Donald L, Morehead Edward A: Tow dewatering jet device. Eastman Kodak Company, October 7, 1975: US3910320 (3 worldwide citation)

In a process for treating continuous length filamentary tow of man-made fiber that is moved through a heated water bath, drafted and then in due course of processing is subsequently moved into a heatsetting chamber where it is heatset, the improved method of removing water from the tow by guiding th ...


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Finley Donald L, Morehead Edward A: Method for removing water from tow. Eastman Kodak Company, Dunn Malcolm G, January 22, 1974: US3786574 (2 worldwide citation)

In a process for treating continuous length filamentary tow of man-made fiber that is moved through a heated water bath, drafted and then in due course of processing is subsequently moved into a heatsetting chamber where it is heatset, the improved method of removing water from the tow by guiding th ...


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Finley Donald L, Morehead Edward A: Method and apparatus for controlling the manufacture of synthetic fibers. Eastman Kodak Company, Martin Charles R, January 15, 1974: US3785062 (2 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a method of controlling the processing of a continuous length filamentary tow of synthetic fibers wherein the tow is moved through a water bath, drafted, and subsequently moved through a heatsetting chamber wherein the tow is heatset, the method of controlling the processing comprisingA ...