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Nero R Lindblad, Richard L Schank, Richard W Bigelow, Herbert C Relyea, Robert E Trott, Andrew R Melnyk, Merlin E Scharfe, Walter F Leising: Overcoat for imaging members. Xerox Corporation, Oliff & Berridge, November 10, 1992: US05162183 (18 worldwide citation)

A surface layer on an imaging member has a surface roughness which reduces the force necessary for blade cleaning, reduces blade edge truck, reduces blade/substrate friction, inhibits the formation of toner-type deposits on the imaging surface, and/or reduces or eliminates light interference pattern ...


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Richard W Bigelow, Jeffrey W Drawe, Richard L Schank: Process for improving belts. Xerox Corporation, December 10, 1996: US05582949 (14 worldwide citation)

A process for coating flexible belt seams including providing a flexible belt having an outwardly facing surface and a welded seam, forming a smooth liquid coating on the welded seam, the liquid coating comprising a film forming polymer and a fugitive liquid carrier in which the belt surface is subs ...


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Richard W Bigelow: Blade holder with end clamps. Xerox Corporation, T L Fair, August 31, 1993: US05241350 (10 worldwide citation)

A cleaning blade holder apparatus that has at least one end clamping mechanism on one side of the cleaning blade holder body. The end clamping mechanism is connected to the blade holder body by an adjustable spacer (e.g. springs) and set screws. The adjustable spacer spring loads the end clamp again ...


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Richard W Bigelow: Pick-off roll for DAD development to preserve developer conductivity and reduce photoreceptor filming. Xerox Corporation, February 21, 1995: US05391455 (10 worldwide citation)

Additives contained in developer material used for developing latent electrostatic images on a charge retentive surface are intercepted prior to the developer material being moved into a development zone intermediate to the developer housing containing the developer material and the imaging surface. ...


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Richard W Bigelow, Douglas A Lundy: Apparatus for removing residual developer material from a surface of a printing machine. Xerox Corporation, Gary B Cohen, July 25, 1995: US05436713 (4 worldwide citation)

A cleaning apparatus for removing residual developer material remaining on a surface of a printing machine is provided. The cleaning apparatus includes a movable cleaning brush having bristles. The brush is positioned adjacent to the surface so that as the movable brush is moved, the bristles contac ...


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Grace T Brewington, Richard W Bigelow, Robert W Anderson, Paul C Julien, Susan J Kremer: Tri-level imaging processes with adjustable color. Xerox Corporation, Judith L Byorick, January 25, 1994: US05281502 (3 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a process for forming two-color images which comprises (1) charging an imaging member in an imaging apparatus; (2) creating on the member a latent image comprising areas of high, intermediate, and low potential; (3) developing the low areas of potential with a colored developer comprisi ...


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Richard W Bigelow, Grace T Brewington, Kristen M Natale, Richard P Germain: Magnetic brush cleaning processes. Xerox Corporation, E O Palazzo, August 24, 1993: US05238769 (1 worldwide citation)

A process for extending the life of magnetic brush cleaners comprising carrier particles, a magnetic roll, and biased detone roll with a scraper by treating said carrier particles with a metal oxide.


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Richard W Bigelow, Grace T Brewington, Kristen M Natale, Richard P Germain: Magnetic brush cleaning processes. Xerox Corporation, E O Pavazzo, May 3, 1994: US05308732

A process for extending the life of magnetic brush cleaners comprising carrier particles, a magnetic roll, and biased detone roll with a scraper by treating said carrier particles with a metal oxide.