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Henry E Becker, Albert L McConnell, Richard W Schutte: Bonded, differentially creped, fibrous webs and method and apparatus for making same. Scott Paper Company, Bacon & Thomas, June 19, 1979: US04158594 (114 worldwide citation)

A method is disclosed for forming a strong, soft, fibrous sheet material having substantial stretch in all directions in its own plane, by formimg a web of cellulosic fibers having a basis weight of from about 5 to about 55 pounds per ream of 2,880 square feet, adhering one surface of the web to a c ...


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Henry E Becker, Albert L McConnell, Richard W Schutte: Bonded, differentially creped, fibrous webs and method and apparatus for making same. June 17, 1980: US04208459 (97 worldwide citation)

A method is disclosed for forming a strong, soft, fibrous sheet material having substantial stretch in all directions in its own plane, by applying a pattern of bonding material to a fibrous web, adhering only portions of the web containing bonding material to a creping surface, removing the web fro ...


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Albert L McConnell, Richard W Schutte: Absorbent articles. Scott Paper Company, Martin L Faigus, William J Foley, March 20, 1979: US04145464 (40 worldwide citation)

A nonwoven absorbent structure usable by itself, as a wiper for example, or usable in combination with other elements, such as an internal absorbent member of a disposable diaper. The absorbent structure includes a dry-formed fibrous section in which the average fiber length is about 1.2 millimeters ...


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Richard W Schutte: Flocked filamentary element and structures made therefrom. Scott Paper Company, Martin L Faigus, William J Foley, July 6, 1976: US03968283 (13 worldwide citation)

The flocked filamentary element of this invention is a three-component system including: (1) a strength-imparting component in the form of a core-strand having a denier no greater than 40, and including at least one polymeric filament; (2) an adhesive component adhering the filaments of the core-str ...


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David L Kelly, Richard W Schutte, Michael Recker: Retrofit dowel for maintaining concrete structures in alignment. Meadow Burke Products, Thelen Reid & Priest, February 17, 2004: US06692184 (4 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method of providing a retrofit dowel to maintain adjacent concrete structures in alignment. The dowel is received in a longitudinal groove cut across the structures, and supported in spaced relationship to the bottom of the groove by feet on caps engaged over the ends of the dowel. ...


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