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Watson Donald W: Adhesive binding means for edge binding assembled pages together in book fashion. Xerox Corporation, November 12, 1974: US3847718 (31 worldwide citation)

A strip-like part or cover for edge binding assembled pages to form a book-like assembly, the part consisting of a substrate such as paper bearing three stripe-like formations of heat activated adhesive on one side thereof. The central adhesive stripe is substantially thicker than the other two stri ...


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Watson Donald W: Article labeling apparatus and label form therefor. Xerox Corporation, June 24, 1975: US3891492 (29 worldwide citation)

Improved article labeling apparatus is provided in accordance with the teachings of the present invention wherein individual labels are derived from an array of printed labels and affixed to articles transported to a label applying station. The array of printed labels includes a label field and a la ...


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Watson Donald W, Enskat Albert G: Automatic loading apparatus. Xerox, December 4, 1973: US3776544 (23 worldwide citation)

An automatic loading apparatus designed to maintain supply of articles at the infeed station of an article processor; the apparatus including a supply conveyor for bringing articles which may be in the form of stacks forward; a shingling conveyor downstream of the supply conveyor for receiving artic ...


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Hutner Mark A, Polit Neil A, Watson Donald W, Artelt Jr Herbert C: Electrophotographic printing systems. Xerox Corporation, October 24, 1972: US3700324 (11 worldwide citation)

Improved electrophotographic printing systems are provided in accordance with the teachings of the present invention wherein a plurality of coded data records containing document information are scanned by code sensing devices and presented to electrophotographic imaging means at which the document ...


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McGuire John V, Watson Donald W, Enskat Albert G, Artelt Jr Herbert C: Electrostatic label printer. Xerox Corporation, May 9, 1972: US3661453 (9 worldwide citation)

A device is provided for electrostatically printing label information, normally addresses, taken from individual master address cards on a web material for use as an addressing form. The device has a photoconductive member, a scanning station, transport components for feeding the cards forward in sh ...


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Watson Donald W: Cheshire binder cooling rack. Xerox Corporation, September 30, 1975: US3908215 (9 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for enhancing the bond between a plurality of pages and a binding strip wherein heat activated adhesive is employed for affixing the binding strip to the pages to form a book. The apparatus is characterized by the provision of a heat conductive plate for dissipating heat from the adhesive, ...


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Watson Donald W: Article turnover conveyor. April 24, 1973: US3729189 (8 worldwide citation)

An article conveyor for turning articles such as envelopes over as they are being conveyed for processing as by an article addressing machine. The conveyor has an inclined ramp on which an upper edge portion of the articles ride, a lower guide to support and control the article lower edge as the art ...


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Watson Donald W: Stacker with a labeling machine. Xerox Corporation, April 4, 1972: US3654040 (5 worldwide citation)

An article stacker labeler combination including a movable elevator upon which articles may be stacked from a labeler, stack transfer means adapted following predetermined descent of the elevator to intercept and remove a completed stack from the elevator to enable the completed stack to be ejected ...


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Watson Donald W: Toner image transfer apparatus. Xerox Corporation, October 21, 1975: US3914042 (4 worldwide citation)

Improved toner image transfer methods and apparatus therefor are provided in accordance with the teachings of the present invention wherein a transfer member is charged using ion charging techniques and then is brought into physical contact with a portion of a toner image on a photoreceptor so that ...


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Watson Donald W: Combination controller-label form for article-labeling systems. Xerox Corporation, February 8, 1972: US3641313 (4 worldwide citation)

An article-labeling system including article supply means; an addressing machine with article-labeling head, said labels being in the form of an endless sheetlike piece having at least one label row with a control tape portion-bearing control data for individual labels extending therealong; and mean ...