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Paul D Trokhan: Papermachine clothing having a surface comprising a bilaterally staggered array of wicker-basket-like cavities. The Procter & Gamble Company, Thomas J Slone, Fredrick H Braun, Richard C Witte, December 16, 1980: US04239065 (248 worldwide citation)

Papermachine clothing, for instance, a loop of imprinting fabric, is disclosed which is so woven that a top-surface-plane thereof is defined by coplanar crossovers of filaments of at least two sets of filaments (i.e., warp and shute filaments) and so that sub-top-surface crossovers are distributed i ...


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Kubo Yoshihiko, Arai Takashi, Nakajima Susumu, Maeda Tomiyo, Tsujikawa Hajime: Artificial tubular organ.. Nissho, January 8, 1992: EP0464755-A1 (194 worldwide citation)

An artificial tubular organ composed of a tubular supporting frame (1) made of a plastic material and provided on its at least one surface with a medical prosthetic material (10). The supporting frame (1) is composed of a plurality of ring portions (2) arranged on an axis (A), and a plural pairs of ...


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Michael S Lebby, Karen E Jachimowicz, Jamal Ramdani: Textile fabric with integrated sensing device and clothing fabricated thereof. Motorola, Eugene A Parsons, William E Koch, June 27, 2000: US06080690 (146 worldwide citation)

A textile fabric including a plurality of electrically conductive fibers and at least one electronic sensor or a plurality of sensing fibers. The textile fabric is intended for fabrication into a functional article of clothing or other item made of the woven textile fabric, so as to increase functio ...


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Michael S Lebby, Karen E Jachimowicz: Textile fabric with integrated electrically conductive fibers and clothing fabricated thereof. Motorola, Eugene A Parsons, William E Koch, May 25, 1999: US05906004 (143 worldwide citation)

A textile fabric including a plurality of electrically conductive fibers characterized as providing sufficient current to induce either a wired or wireless coupling between the textile fabric and a portable electronic device. The textile fabric is intended for fabrication into a functional article o ...


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Bryan J Gisbourne: Papermakers fabrics. Scapa Porritt, Brady O Boyle & Gates, January 8, 1980: US04182381 (130 worldwide citation)

In order to reduce the rate of wear of a papermakers fabric having a loop seam, especially in the region of such loop seam, a protective facing of additional cross-machine direction yarns is provided at the intended roller side of the fabric. The additional yarns are woven integrally with the fabric ...


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Schmitt Peter J: Woven synthetic vascular graft. Meadox Medicals, March 11, 1992: GB2247696-A (129 worldwide citation)

A ravel-resistant, self-supporting woven synthetic fabric tubular vascular graft includes a fusible fiber (25) in the filling yarn so that on heat-treatment the fusible fibres bond to the warp yarns to prevent unravelling. The graft is woven from multifilament polyester warp yarns which can be textu ...


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Arne B Johansson: Forming fabric. Nordiskafilt, Kane Dalsimer Kane & Kurucz, August 12, 1986: US04605585 (129 worldwide citation)

A forming fabric consisting of synthetic yarns and intended for use in papermaking, cellulose and similar machines. The fabric comprises two layers, a top layer comprising fine yarns and forming the forming layer proper, and a bottom layer, the wear layer, comprising coarser yarns. The two layers ar ...


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Georg Borel: Double-layer fabric for paper machine screen. Hermann Wangner & Co KG, John J Torrente, January 14, 1986: US04564052 (117 worldwide citation)

A double-layer woven fabric comprising longitudinally extending warp wires and two layers of transversely extending weft wires, at least part of the warp wires being interwoven with weft wires of both weft layers and warp wires, separated by not more than one intermediate warp wire, extending pair-w ...


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Martti I Kinnunen: Fourteen harness dual layer weave. Huyck Corporation, Lorusso & Loud, December 1, 1987: US04709732 (116 worldwide citation)

A dual layer forming fabric for use in papermaking, cellulose and similar machines having weave floats in the cross machine direction yarns on the machine side of the fabric that are under eleven machine direction yarns. The float bestows extra life potential to the fabric and gives extra protection ...


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Georg Borel: Papermachine clothing in a fabric weave having no axis of symmetry in the length direction. Hermann Wangner & Co KG, John J Torrente, June 3, 1986: US04592395 (116 worldwide citation)

A papermachine clothing comprising a fabric whose weave pattern does not have an axis of symmetry in the length direction, and which has in at least a portion of one fabric half a weave mirror-symmetrical to that in at least a portion of the second fabric half and wherein, along the line of contact ...