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Hendrik Jozef Antonius Ogrinc, Wilhelmus Antonius Maria Schreurs: Method for manufacturing pellets of hot-melt ink. Oce Technologies, Birch Stewart Kolasch & Birch, February 17, 2004: US06692668 (4 worldwide citation)

A method for manufacturing pellets of hot-melt ink which solidifies with a cooling rate-dependent shrinkage, comprising the steps of filling molten ink into a mold formed by two mold dies, allowing the ink to cool down and to solidify in the mold, and opening the mold and removing the ink pellet the ...


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Anton Bruil, Wilhelmus Antonius Maria Schreurs: Hot-melt ink-jet printhead. Oce Technologies, October 10, 2000: US06130687 (3 worldwide citation)

An ink-jet printhead adapted for printing with hot-melt ink and having a nozzle face provided with an anti-wetting coating, wherein the anti-wetting coating contains silicone and/or polysilane as main component(s) and has a wetting angle of at least 40.degree. and shows a decrease of the wetting ang ...


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Peter Joseph Hollands, Wilhelmus Antonius Maria Schreurs, Guido Gerardus Willems, Antonius Johannes Jozef Van Gerven, Reinier Jan Ramekers: Method and device for manufacturing pellets of hot-melt ink. OCE Technologies, Birch Stewart Kolasch & Birch, August 7, 2007: US07252280 (1 worldwide citation)

A method for manufacturing pellets of hot-melt ink which includes the steps of filling molten ink into a mold cavity defined by a first die and a second die of a mold, allowing the ink to cool down and solidify in the mold cavity, and heating at least one of the first and second dies for re-melting ...


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Peter Joseph Hollands, Wilhelmus Antonius Maria Schreurs, Guido Gerardus Willems, Antonius Johannes Jozef Van Gerven, Reinier Jan Ramekers: Method for manufacturing pellets of hot-melt ink. Oce Technologies, Birch Stewart Kolasch & Birch, January 6, 2004: US06673299 (1 worldwide citation)

A method for manufacturing pellets of hot-melt ink which includes the steps of filling molten ink into a mold cavity defined by a first die and a second die of a mold, allowing the ink to cool down and solidify in the mold cavity, and heating at least one of the first and second dies for re-melting ...


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Peter Joseph Hollands, Wilhelmus Antonius Maria Schreurs, Guido Geraradus Willems, Antonius Johannes Jozef Van Gerven, Reinier Jan Ramekers: Method and device for manufacturing pellets of hot-melt ink. Oce Technologies, Birch Stewart Kolasch & Birch, December 25, 2003: US20030234337-A1

A method for manufacturing pellets of hot-melt ink which includes the steps of filling molten ink into a mold cavity defined by a first die and a second die of a mold, allowing the ink to cool down and solidify in the mold cavity, and heating at least one of the first and second dies for re-melting ...


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Hendrik Jozef Antonius Ogrinc, Wilhelmus Antonius Maria Schreurs: Method for manufacturing pellets of hot-melt ink. Birch Stewart Kolasch & Birch, November 21, 2002: US20020171160-A1

A method for manufacturing pellets of hot-melt ink which solidifies with a cooling rate-dependent shrinkage, comprising the steps of filling molten ink into a mold formed by two mold dies, allowing the ink to cool down and to solidify in the mold, and opening the mold and removing the ink pellet the ...


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Peter Joseph Hollands, Wilhelmus Antonius Maria Schreurs, Guido Gerardus Willems, Antonius Johannes Jozef Van Gerven, Reinier Jan Ramekers: Method and device for manufacturing pellets of hot-melt ink. Birch Stewart Kolasch & Birch, September 19, 2002: US20020130440-A1

A method for manufacturing pellets of hot-melt ink which includes the steps of filling molten ink into a mold cavity defined by a first die and a second die of a mold, allowing the ink to cool down and solidify in the mold cavity, and heating at least one of the first and second dies for re-melting ...


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