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William G Herbert Jr, Toru Nozaki, Akio Onishi: Electroforming apparatus and process. Xerox Corporation, Fuji Xerox, Peter H Kondo, November 1, 1988: US04781799 (53 worldwide citation)

A device is described comprising an elongated electroforming mandrel, the mandrel comprising at least a first segment having at least one mating end and a second segment having at least one mating end, the mating end of the first segment being adapted to mate with the mating end of the second segmen ...


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William G Herbert Jr, Stuart B Berger, Alexander A Antonelli, Fredrick A Warner, Paul J Kaveny, Anthony A Attardi, Joseph Mammino, Ernest F Matyl: Distortion-free method of mounting an end piece on a thin-walled hollow tube. Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner, January 12, 1993: US05177854 (41 worldwide citation)

Distortion-free method of mounting an end piece member on a thin-walled hollow tube member, particularly in the assembly of photoreceptor drums and the like, includes the steps of supporting an expandable end piece member within the chamber of an air centering device with its central axis aligned ve ...


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William G Herbert: Electroforming process. Xerox Corporation, Peter H Kondo, John E Beck, Ronald Zibelli, February 26, 1985: US04501646 (36 worldwide citation)

An electroforming process comprising providing a core mandrel having an electrically conductive, adhesive outer surface, a coefficient of expansion of at least about 8.times.10.sup.-5 in./in./.degree.F., a segmental cross-sectional area of less than about 1.8 square inches and an overall length to s ...


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William G Herbert, Loren E Hendrix, Gary J Maier, Ernest F Matyi: Electroforming mandrels with contoured surfaces. Xerox Corporation, Zosan S Soong, December 28, 1999: US06007692 (33 worldwide citation)

A mandrel comprising a surface effective for electroforming an article thereon, wherein a portion of the mandrel has a contoured surface effective for facilitating axial movement away from the mandrel of the article formed thereon when the article experiences circumferential motion relative to the m ...


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Robert C U Yu, Geoffrey M T Foley, William G Herbert, William W Limburg, Satchidanand Mishra, Richard L Post, Donald C VonHoene: Electrostatographic imaging member containing conductive polymer layers. Xerox Corporation, January 17, 1995: US05382486 (28 worldwide citation)

An electrostatographic imaging member is disclosed including a supporting substrate, at least one electrically conductive layer, and at least one electrostatographic imaging layer capable of retaining an electrostatic latent image, wherein at least one electrically conductive layer of the imaging me ...


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William G Herbert, Edouard E Langlois, Duane C Basch, Peter J Schmitt: Electroforming mandrel and method of fabricating and using same. Xerox Corporation, Peter H Kondo, February 20, 1990: US04902386 (26 worldwide citation)

A cylindrical electroforming mandrel and method of fabricating and using same, the mandrel having a substantially cylindrical mandrel core having substantially parallel sides and at least one tapered end having curved sides which converge toward an apex, and a plated metal coating on the parallel si ...


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Robert C U Yu, Geoffrey M T Foley, William G Herbert, William W Limburg, Satchidanand Mishia, Richard L Post, Neil S Patterson, Donald C VonHoene: Electrophotographic imaging member free of reflection interference. Xerox Corporation, October 24, 1995: US05460911 (20 worldwide citation)

An electrophotographic imaging member is disclosed comprising a substrate, a hole blocking, an optional interface adhesive layer, a charge generating layer, and a charge transport layer, the hole blocking layer comprising a light absorbing material selected from the group consisting of a dye, pigmen ...


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Raymond E Bailey, William G Herbert: Method of forming an electroforming mandrel. Xerox Corporation, James J Ralabate, James Paul O Sullivan, Ronald L Lyons, January 10, 1978: US04067782 (19 worldwide citation)

A process for nickel plating a cylindrically shaped hollow core mandrel suitable for chromium plating for use in an electroforming process for the production of endless seamless nickel xerographic belts, is disclosed. The process comprises providing a hollow core aluminum or aluminum alloy cylindric ...


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William G Herbert: Space saving multipole fuse block. Cooper, Nelson A Blish, Eddie E Scott, Alan R Thiele, May 1, 1990: US04921450 (19 worldwide citation)

A space saving multipole fuse block 20 wherein side poles 32 are tilted outward approximately 30.degree. from center pole 30. In control panels for electrical equipment it is necessary to save space by minimizing the base area of components. Tilting side poles 32 to put the bottom of fuse clips 24 o ...


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William G Herbert: Rail mounting apparatus for electrical components. Cooper, Nelson A Blish, Eddie E Scott, Alan R Thiele, May 1, 1990: US04921445 (18 worldwide citation)

A rail mounting apparatus 10 comprising a spring clamp holder (20) and spring clamp (30). Rail mounting assembly (10) is attached to the bottom of a fuse block (52) and is used to clamp the fuse block (52) to a rail (50) such as a DIN rail in an electrical panel. Arms (36) on spring clamp (30) rests ...