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Lewis J Moore: Anti-counterfeiting system. Gunn & Associates P C, January 7, 1997: US05592561 (165 worldwide citation)

A system and method of marking goods for authentication and tracking purposes is described. The system and method include a central control which enables the system. The method and system are accomplished in real time, affording manufacturers the ability to eliminate problems associated with counter ...


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Anderson Robert E, Bachman Jr Augustus W: Process for bonding preheated thermoplastic film to a dissimilar substrate. May 2, 1972: US3660200 (63 worldwide citation)

The present process relates to a method and an apparatus for continuously thermally bonding layers of materials together so as to form a laminate from a composite which includes at least one layer of thermoplastic film and at least one layer of substrate. In particular, the present invention is of v ...


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Haigh Thomas I: Method for making embroidered emblem. The Penn Novelty Company, Seidel Gonda & Goldhammer, June 11, 1974: US3816211 (62 worldwide citation)

An embroidered emblem which comprises a fabric base with an embroidered design thereon and a thermoplastic material laminated thereto. The emblem can be fastened to a garment by applying sufficient heat and pressure to melt the thermoplastic material. The method for preparing the laminated emblem co ...


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Kenney John Thomas: Method of rendering a non-wettable surface wettable. Western Electric Company Incorporated, April 18, 1972: US3657003 (61 worldwide citation)

Aqueous wetting solutions comprise stable colloids, the solid phase of which is a hydrous oxide of one or more selected elements. The solid, particulate phase of the colloid is produced by a controlled hydrolysis and nucleation reaction which continues until solid phase particles having appropriate ...


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Haigh Thomas I: Embroidered emblem with thermoplastic adhesive. The Penn Novelty Company, April 18, 1972: US3657060 (47 worldwide citation)

An embroidered emblem which comprises a fabric base with an embroidered design thereon and a thermoplastic material laminated thereto. The emblem can be fastened to a garment by applying sufficient heat and pressure to melt the thermoplastic material. The method for preparing the laminated emblem co ...


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Dennis H Tugwell: Transfer printing process and article. Photo Lith International, Knobbe Martens Olson Hubbard & Bear, July 19, 1977: US04037008 (44 worldwide citation)

The first layer of elastomeric synthetic resin transparent ink is screened onto a transfer sheet and is fused. One or more layers of compatible ink are deposited thereon and dried to form an image. Next, an elastomeric adhesive protective layer is applied and fused. The intermediate article thus pro ...


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Kumazawa Kinya, Tabata Hiroshi, Takimoto Junichi: Minute structure for showing colors by reflection and interference of natural light. Nissan Motor, December 13, 1995: EP0686858-A2 (38 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a minute structure for showing an interference color having a certain wavelength within a visible light region, by reflection and interference of a natural light incident on the minute structure. The minute structure has: a laminated portion including a plurality of first la ...


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Mumpower Jr Earnest: Method of applying flocking to a base. Richards Shefte & Pinckney, February 19, 1974: US3793050 (38 worldwide citation)

A method of applying multi-color flocking to a base structure in a predetermined pattern. The base surface has an adhesive applied thereto over an area corresponding to the predetermined pattern, and the base surface is advanced through a series of flocking stations, each of which includes a supply ...


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Gribbin Ronald: Manufacture of pile fabrics. Clark Son and Morland, IWS Nominee Company, Stowell & Stowell, September 24, 1974: US3837946 (32 worldwide citation)

Semi-artificial pile fabrics, having a fibrous pile of high density and with the fibres orientated as in natural pelts, are produced by first bonding the tips of the pile fibres of a woolled, furred or haired animal pelt to a temporary backing, leaving the remainder of the pile unbonded, cutting the ...



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