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Rajala Gregory John: Coupe de composants discrets dune piece multicomposant, presentation exacte de ces composants sur une bande circulante de materiau, et appareil a cet effet, Process and apparatus for cutting of discrete components of a multi-component workpiece and depositing them with registration on a moving web of material. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, BORDEN LADNER GERVAIS, December 9, 1999: CA2330679 (16 worldwide citation)

This invention pertains to a machine and process for cutting discrete workpiece components from webs of material, precisely registering them with respect to one another, and depositing them with precise registration onto a constantly moving web of material, the webs of material optionally all moving ...


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Wilson John Carl, Rajala Gregory John, Boland Leona Gertrude, Zehner Georgia Lynn, Stevens Robert Alan, Siebers Bruce Michael, Odorzynski Thomas Walter: Absorbent garment.. Kimberly Clark Co, April 6, 1988: EP0262447-A2 (8 worldwide citation)

An anatomically form-fitting, generally self-adjusting disposable absorbent garment (10) comprises a breathable elastomeric outer cover (12) and an absorbent insert (32) substantially superposable on the outer cover (12) and including a liquid-permeable bodyside liner (34) and a liquid-impermeable b ...


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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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Rajala Gregory John, Suke Paul Daniel, Gehling Steven Craig, Rabe Gerald Leigh: Methode et appareil de fabrication de vetements, Composite method and apparatus for fabricating garments. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, BORDEN LADNER GERVAIS, August 1, 2006: CA2152328 (6 worldwide citation)

This invention pertains to methods and apparatus for use in constructing a garment including a stretched elastic. Specifically, the invention contemplates incorporating stretched elastic into a continuous web, including one or more segments which exert retractive forces in directions counterproducti ...


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Van Gompel Paul Theodore, Damico Joyce Ann, Gross Jacqueline Ann, Lingnowski Veronica Maria, Mitchler Patricia Ann, Rajala Gregory John, Rasmussen Shelley Rae, Schrading Mark Scott, Suke Paul Daniel, Suprise Jody Dorothy: A disposable panty. Kimberly Clark Co, March 29, 1995: GB2282054-A (5 worldwide citation)

A disposable panty (12) for holding a primary sanitary pad includes an absorbent barrier composite (46) positioned in the crotch area (18). The composite comprises a secondary absorbent pad which extends into the front and back body portions (14, 15) of the panty (12) and over the leg elastics (32, ...


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Van Gompel Paul Theodore, Damico Joyce Ann, Gross Jacqueline Ann, Lingnowski Veronica Maria, Mitchler Patricia Ann, Rajala Gregory John, Rasmussen Shelley Rae, Schrading Mark Scott, Suke Paul Daniel, Suprise Jody Dorothy: Disposable menstrual panty. Kimberly Clark Co, June 19, 1996: EP0716587-A1 (3 worldwide citation)

A three-dimensional disposable panty for holding a sanitary pad. The panty may have elasticized leg and waist openings and be stretchable about the hip and stomach regions of a user. The panty provides backup leakage protection to the sanitary pad. The panty includes an absorbent barrier composite p ...


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Rajala Gregory John, Suke Paul Daniel, Gehling Steven Craig, Rabe Gerald Leigh: Composite method and apparatus for fabricating garments. Kimberly Clark Co, November 19, 1997: EP0806928-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

This invention pertains to apparatus for use in constructing a garment including a stretched elastic. Specifically, the invention contemplates incorporating stretched elastic into a continuous web, including one or more segments which exert retractive forces in directions counterproductive to the fu ...


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Rajala Gregory John, Makovec Richard John: Method and apparatus for placing discrete parts onto a moving web. Kimberly Clark Corporation, CURTIN Jeffrey B, July 27, 1995: WO/1995/019752 (1 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for receiving discrete parts (32) travelling at a first speed and applying the parts to a substrate web (34) travelling at a second speed includes at least one rotatable transferring mechanism (40), a driving mechanism (50) and at least one driven mechanism (60). The rotatable ...


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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 ...