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Brian Robert Vogt, Kurt Garrett Krupka, Bradley M Marohl, David Albert Maxton, Robert L Popp, Michael William Protheroe: Apparatus and method for securing engagement between fastening components of pre-fastened garments. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Senniger Powers, January 2, 2007: US07156939 (14 worldwide citation)

In a method and apparatus for securing engagement between fastening components of a pre-fastened garment upon initial assembly thereof, the fastening components are arranged by the apparatus in at least partially opposed relationship with each other and then engaged with each other to define an enga ...


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Brian Robert Vogt, Jason Gene Csida, Michael Lee Lohoff, Charles Robert Tomsovic, Wade L Behnke: Apparatus and method for securing engagement between fastening components of pre-fastened garments. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Senniger Powers, May 9, 2006: US07039997 (4 worldwide citation)

In a method and apparatus for securing engagement between fastening components of a pre-fastened garment the fastening components are aligned in at least partially overlapping relationship with each other and engaged with each other to define an engagement seam. The fastening components are then fle ...


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Vogt Brian Robert, Csida Jason Gene, Lohoff Michael Lee, Tomsovic Charles Robert, Behnke Wade L: Apparatus and method for securing engagement between fastening components of pre-fastened garments. Kimberly Clark Co, February 23, 2005: EP1507500-A1

In a method and apparatus for securing engagement between fastening components of a pre-fastened garment the fastening components are aligned in at least partially overlapping relationship with each other and engaged with each other to define an engagement seam. The fastening components are then fle ...


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Brian Robert Vogt, Jason Gene Csida, Michael Lee Lohoff, Charles Robert Tomsovic, Wade L Behnke: Apparatus and method for securing engagement between fastening components of pre-fastened garments. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Senniger Powers Leavitt And Roedel, December 4, 2003: US20030225390-A1

In a method and apparatus for securing engagement between fastening components of a pre-fastened garment the fastening components are aligned in at least partially overlapping relationship with each other and engaged with each other to define an engagement seam. The fastening components are then fle ...


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Brian Robert Vogt, Kurt Garrett Krupka, Bradley M Marohl, David Albert Maxton, Robert L Popp, Michael William Protheroe: Apparatus and method for securing engagement between fastening components of pre-fastened garments. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Senniger Powers Leavitt And Roedel, December 4, 2003: US20030221767-A1

In a method and apparatus for securing engagement between fastening components of a pre-fastened garment upon initial assembly thereof, the fastening components are arranged by the apparatus in at least partially opposed relationship with each other and then engaged with each other to define an enga ...


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Vogt Brian Robert, Csida Jason Gene, Lohoff Michael Lee, Tomsovic Charles Robert, Behnke Wade L: Apparatus and method for securing engagement between fastening components of pre-fastened garments. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, BRIDGE Richard L, December 11, 2003: WO/2003/101363

In a method and apparatus for securing engagement between fastening components of a pre-fastened garment the fastening components are aligned in at least partially overlapping relationship with each other and engaged with each other to define an engagement seam. The fastening components are then fle ...


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Vogt Brian Robert, Csida Jason Gene, Lohoff Michael Lee, Tomsovic Charles Robert, Behnke Wade L: Apparatus and method for securing engagement between fastening components of pre-fastened garments. Kimberly Clark Co, cui yaobeng huang lihang, August 10, 2005: CN03811084

In a method and apparatus for securing engagement between fastening components of a pre-fastened garment the fastening components are aligned in at least partially overlapping relationship with each other and engaged with each other to define an engagement seam. The fastening components are then fle ...


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Vogt Brian Robert, Csida Jason Gene, Lohoff Michael Lee, Tomsovic Charles Robert, Behnke Wade L: Apparatus and method for securing engagement between fastening components of pre-fastened garments. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, January 17, 2005: KR1020047018458

In a method and apparatus for securing engagement between fastening components of a pre-fastened garment the fastening components are aligned in at least partially overlapping relationship with each other and engaged with each other to define an engagement seam. The fastening components are then fle ...