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Michael J Vander Wielen, Jack D Taylor: Composite elastomeric material and process for making the same. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Joseph P Harps, January 19, 1988: US04720415 (463 worldwide citation)

A method of producing a composite elastic material comprises stretching an elastic web to elongate it, for example, elongating a nonwoven web of meltblown elastomeric fibers, and bonding the elongated web to at least one gatherable web, such as a spunbonded polyester fiber material, under conditions ...


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Thomas E Quantrille, Jared A Austin, G Stanley Zimmerman: Composite elastic nonwoven fabric. Fiberweb North America, Bell Seltzer Park & Gibson, August 2, 1994: US05334446 (140 worldwide citation)

The invention provides composite elastic nonwoven fabrics and the process of making them. The composite elastic fabrics of the invention include an elastomeric net and at least one fibrous web including binder fibers and which is intimately hydroentangled with the elastomeric net. At least a portion ...


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Fred R Radwanski, Lloyd E Trimble, Roland C Smith, Cherie H Everhart, Deborah A Kimmitt: Hydraulically entangled nonwoven elastomeric web and method of forming the same. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Karl V Sidor, July 3, 1990: US04939016 (126 worldwide citation)

A composite nonwoven elastomeric web material, and method of forming such material, as well as a nonwoven elastomeric web material and method of forming such material, are disclosed. The composite web material is provided by hydraulically entangling a laminate of at least (1) a layer of meltblown fi ...


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Gary L Holmes, Scott R Culler, David H Hardy, William A Hendrickson, Thomas P Klun, Kimberly K Harmon, Robert V Heiti, Kathryn M Spurgeon, Charles J Studiner III: Abrasive articles comprising precisely shaped particles. Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, Gary L Griswold, Walter N Kirn, Paul W Busse, March 19, 1996: US05500273 (120 worldwide citation)

Abrasive articles comprising precisely shaped particles are disclosed. The particles are bonded together to form a shaped mass, e.g., a wheel; alternatively, the particles can be bonded to a backing to form a coated abrasive article; or the particles can be bonded into a fibrous, nonwoven substrate ...


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Gary A Jacobsen: In-line printing production of three dimensional image products incorporating lenticular transparent material. Davis Chin, May 19, 1998: US05753344 (114 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a method of producing in a single in-line process a printed image suitable for creating an illusion of depth in the perception of a viewer of the image, comprising the steps of:


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Diego H Daponte: Composite elastomeric material. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Karl V Sidor, September 5, 1989: US04863779 (111 worldwide citation)

Describes improved composite material comprising an elastic web preferably formed of collected, entangled, nonwoven fibers comprising a copolymer made of ethylene and at least one other vinyl monomer selected from the group including vinyl ester monomers and unsaturated aliphatic monocarboxylic acid ...


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David M Jackson, William H Vogler: Wet wipe and wipe dispensing arrangement. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Joseph P Harps, May 3, 1988: US04741944 (97 worldwide citation)

A wet wipe which is elastic in at least one direction, and includes an elastic sheet having at least one non-elastic non-woven web joined thereto at least at two areas. The non-elastic web is gathered between said two areas and a liquid is distributed within the sheet and/or the web. The sheet is pr ...


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David S Seitz, Elizabeth C Edblom, Karl T McKeague: Patterned surface friction materials, clutch plate members and methods of making and using same. 3M Innovative Properties Company, Harold C Knecht III, February 25, 2003: US06524681 (94 worldwide citation)

A friction material for a friction facing member useful for transmitting torque includes a backing having a front surface and a rear surface. A plurality of precisely shaped friction composites defining patterned friction coating are attached to the front surface of the backing. The precisely shaped ...


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Nancy Chew, Kevin C Watts: Decorative coverings and production methods therefore. Timothy J Martin, Dana S Rewoldt, October 11, 1994: US05354596 (92 worldwide citation)

A method for producing a decorative panel wall paper and the like out of a flat piece of creaseable material wherein the piece is first creased along a multitude of crease lines to form a relatively flat production blank configured with a topography having peak portions and valley portions formed by ...


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