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Oshefsky Daniel James, Gavronski Paul Alan, Vogt Robert Eugene, Rajala Gregory John: Method and apparatus for applying discrete strips to a web of material.. Kimberly Clark Co, June 11, 1986: EP0184072-A1 (6 worldwide citation)

A method and an apparatus in which continuous strips (16, 18) of a first material, e.g., elastic strips, are continuously supplied to flexible strip supports (32) in a supply zone (S) while the strip supports (32) are in a linear configuration. The strip support (32) are carried on respective transf ...


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Oshefsky Daniel James, Gavronski Paul Alan, Vogt Robert Eugene, Rajala Gregory John: Method and apparatus for applying strips of material to a web. Kimberly Clark Co, August 6, 1986: GB2170482-A

Continuous strips of a first material, e.g., elastic strips, are continuously supplied to flexible strip supports in a supply zone while the strip supports are in a linear configuration. The strip supports are carried on respective transfer members which are mounted on a rotatable support so that in ...


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Rajala Gregory John, Niemi Paul Martin, Oshefsky Daniel James: Methode et appareil servant a placer des pieces discretes a la transversale sur une bande en mouvement, Method and apparatus for placing discrete parts transversely onto a moving web. Rajala Gregory John, Niemi Paul Martin, Oshefsky Daniel James, Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, BORDEN LADNER GERVAIS, July 26, 2005: CA2155137

This invention pertains to processing continuous webs such as paper, film, composites, and the like, in dynamic continuous processing operations. More particularly, it relates to transferring discrete parts to a continuous web, whether paper, film, composite, or the like. Specifically, the invention ...


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Rajala Gregory John, Niemi Paul Martin, Oshefsky Daniel James: Method and apparatus for placing discrete parts transversely onto a moving web. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, DAVIS Mark L, August 8, 1996: WO/1996/023470

This invention pertains to processing continuous webs such as paper, film, composites, and the like, in dynamic continuous processing operations. More particularly, it relates to transferring discrete parts (32) to a continuous web (34), whether paper, film, composite, or the like. Specifically, the ...


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Rajala Gregory John, Niemi Paul Martin, Oshefsky Daniel James: Method and apparatus for placing discrete parts transversely onto a moving web. Kimberly Clark Co, November 19, 1997: EP0806926-A1

This invention pertains to processing continuous webs such as paper, film, composites, and the like, in dynamic continuous processing operations. More particularly, it relates to transferring discrete parts (32) to a continuous web (34), whether paper, film, composite, or the like. Specifically, the ...