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Dale B Johnson, Ronald H Seabrook, Richard Stone, Roger Danby: Warp-tied composite forming fabric. AstenJohnson, Robert A Wilkes, March 20, 2001: US06202705 (62 worldwide citation)

A composite forming fabric, comprising in combination a paper side layer having a paper side surface, a machine side layer and paper side layer intrinsic warp binder yarns. Each of the paper side layer and the machine side layer are woven together in a repeating pattern, and the two layers together ...


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Roger Danby, Alain Bouchard: Computerized system for simulating paper sheet formation and the appearance of print thereon. Huyck Licensco, Lorusso & Loud, August 27, 1996: US05551011 (14 worldwide citation)

To provide a simulation of the formation of a sheet of paper and the appearance of print thereon, a computerized system is adapted to receive input parameters related to a type of headbox stock desired, the fabric upon which the paper is to be formed, the paper machine to be used, and the printing p ...


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Roger Danby: Method for producing and printing on a piece of paper. Huyck Licensco, Lorusso & Loud, May 14, 1996: US05515779 (12 worldwide citation)

A method for producing a printed piece of paper wherein the paper is formed by forming fabric having knuckles disposed thereon. Color printing screens are provided having diagonals for depositing ink arranged at angles of typically 45.degree. or more. The printing screens are applied to the paper af ...


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Roger Danby: Multilayer forming fabric. Huyck Licensco, Lorusso & Loud, August 24, 1993: US05238536 (8 worldwide citation)

A triple layer papermaking fabric having top and bottom fabric layers joined by a binder yarn, the top fabric layer including machine direction and cross machine direction yarns interwoven in a plain weave having an open area determined by the formula:


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Roger Danby, Dale B Johnson: Industrial filtration fabric with high center plane resistance. AstenJohnson, Volpe and Koenig P C, May 21, 2013: US08444826 (6 worldwide citation)

A flat woven industrial filtration fabric comprises three layers of weft yarns. A first set of warp yarns interweaves only with paper side layer weft yarns and intermediate weft yarns, and a second set of warp yarns interweaves only with machine side layer weft yarns and the intermediate yarns, the ...


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Roger Danby, Dale B Johnson, Richard Stone: Double layer forming fabric with high center plane resistance. AstenJohnson, Volpe and Koenig P C, September 23, 2008: US07426944 (4 worldwide citation)

Double layer forming fabrics, woven to an overall repeating weave pattern requiring at least 8 sheds in the loom, provide a low drainage area in a notional center plane between the paper and machine side layers, to resist and retard initial impingement drainage. Transverse binder yarn pairs follow a ...


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Roger Danby, Ryan P Moore: System for evaluating print quality for a sheet. Weavexx Corporation, Myers Bigel Sibley & Sajovec P A, October 6, 1998: US05818453

A computerized system simulates the absorption of ink into a sheet of paper. A portion closest to the print surface is scanned and a "sheet intensity value" is assigned to each pixel formed on the scanned image. A pre-formed printed screen image is laid over the scanned image of the sheet surface so ...


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Richard Stone, Roger Danby: High fiber support intrinsic warp-tied composite forming fabric. Christopher & Weisberg P A, April 3, 2012: US08147653

A woven filtration fabric for cellulosic sheet formation. The warp yarns comprise intrinsic binder yarn pairs, and a set of dedicated machine side layer warp yarns. The members of each intrinsic binder yarn pair alternate with each other to define a single combined path in each layer. Whenever a mem ...


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Roger Danby, Dale B Johnson, Richard Stone: Double Layer Forming Fabric With High Center Plane Resistance. Astenjohnson, Volpe And Koenig PC, February 14, 2008: US20080035230-A1

Double layer forming fabrics, woven to an overall repeating weave pattern requiring at least 8 sheds in the loom, provide a low drainage area in a notional centre plane between the paper and machine side layers, to resist and retard initial impingement drainage. Transverse binder yarn pairs follow a ...


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Roger Danby, Dale B Johnson: Industrial filtration fabric with high centre plane resistance. Astenjohnson, Volpe And Koenig PC, February 10, 2011: US20110030909-A1

A flat woven industrial filtration fabric comprises three layers of weft yarns. A first set of warp yarns interweaves only with paper side layer weft yarns and intermediate weft yarns, and a second set of warp yarns interweaves only with machine side layer weft yarns and the intermediate yarns, the ...