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Charles W Spehrley Jr, Linda T Creagh, Robert R Schaffer: Platen arrangement for hot melt ink jet apparatus. Spectra, Brumbaugh Graves Donohue & Raymond, June 14, 1988: US04751528 (101 worldwide citation)

In the particular embodiment described in the specification, a hot melt ink jet system includes a temperature-controlled platen provided with a heater and a thermoelectric cooler electrically connected to a heat pump and a temperature control unit for controlling the operation of the heater and the ...


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Paul A Hoisington, Robert R Schaffer, Kenneth H Fischbeck: Ink jet array. Spectra, Brumbaugh Graves Donohue & Raymond, May 30, 1989: US04835554 (40 worldwide citation)

In the representative embodiments of an ink jet array described in the specification, a linear array of ink jet orifices is supplied with ink from pressure chambers alternately disposed on opposite sides of the array to permit close spacing of the ink jet orifices. At the end opposite from the ink j ...


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Paul A Hoisington, Edward R Moynihan, Charles W Spehrley Jr, Robert R Schaffer: Bidirectional hot melt ink jet printing. Spectra, Brumbaugh Graves Donohue & Raymond, December 24, 1991: US05075689 (33 worldwide citation)

In the representative embodiments of the invention described in the specification, an ink jet head has a series of aligned arrays of ink jet orifices arranged to project drops of different colored inks in sequence to the same location on a substrate during each scan of the ink jet head adjacent to t ...


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Paul A Hoisington, Robert R Schaffer, Kenneth H Fischbeck: Ink jet array. Spectra, Brumbaugh Graves Donohue & Raymond, January 2, 1990: US04891654 (28 worldwide citation)

In the representative embodiments of an ink jet array described in the specification, a plurality of ink sources is arranged to provide different inks to selected orifices and a linear array of ink jet orifices is supplied with ink from pressure chambers alternately disposed on opposite sides of the ...


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Charles W Spehrley Jr, Robert R Schaffer: Sheet transport. Xerox Corporation, Ronald Zibelli, July 18, 1989: US04849795 (26 worldwide citation)

An apparatus in which a sheet is advanced into registration with information developed on a moving member. Spaced belts having a sheet gripper secured thereto move the sheet in a recirculating path of movement. The belts move at a first velocity during registration of the sheet with the information ...


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Voya R Markovich, Shyama P Mukherjee, Robert R Schaffer, Donald P Seraphim: Method for fabricating a low thermal expansion coefficient glass fiber-reinforced polymer matrix composite substrate and composite substrate. International Business Machines Corporation, Pollock Vande Sande & Priddy, June 9, 1992: US05120339 (18 worldwide citation)

A composite substrate is fabricated by applying to a glass fiber substrate a liquid sol-gel composition and then sintering the sol-gel to convert it to the glass phase. A polymeric coating is then applied.


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Linda T Creagh, Steven F Fulton, Paul A Hoisington, Bruce A Paulson, Robert R Schaffer, Charles W Spehrley Jr: Method for preparing a hot melt ink transparency. Spectra, Brumbaugh Graves Donohue & Raymond, January 31, 1989: US04801473 (17 worldwide citation)

A transparency includes a transparent substrate such as a polyester material, an ink pattern disposed on one surface of the transparent sheet in the form of three-dimensional ink spots having curved surfaces and a transparent layer covering the ink spots which has an index of refraction approximatel ...


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Paul A Hoisington, Lawrence R Young, Robert R Schaffer: Remelting of printed hot melt ink images. Spectra, Brumbaugh Graves Donohue & Raymond, November 20, 1990: US04971408 (12 worldwide citation)

In the particular embodiment of the invention described in the specification, a hot melt ink print is prepared by applying the ink to a porous substrate, permitting it to solidify, and reheating the substrate and the ink to a temperature 5.degree. C. to 30.degree. C. above the melting point of the i ...


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Michael Malachowski, Charles W Spehrley Jr, Dean Thomas, Michelle Remus, Robert R Schaffer: High air flow low pressure prefuser transport. Xerox Corporation, H Fleisher, J E Beck, R Zibelli, November 14, 1995: US05467180 (7 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for advancing a sheet from a moving imaging member having an unfused image after transfer of the image to the sheet. After the image is transferred to the sheet, the sheet is advanced by a transport to a fuser. The transport has low impedance, high air flow to draw the sheet toward the ...


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Linda T Creagh, Steven F Fulton, Paul A Hoisington, Bruce A Paulson, Robert R Schaffer, Charles W Spehrley Jr: Hot melt ink transparency. Spectra, Brumbaugh Graves Donohue & Raymond, October 31, 1989: US04877676 (4 worldwide citation)

In the particular embodiments of the invention described in the specification, a transparency includes a transparent substrate made of a polyester material, an ink pattern disposed on one surface of the transparent sheet in the form of three-dimensional ink spots having curved surfaces and a transpa ...