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Joseph M McGrath: Cellular retroreflective sheeting. Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, Cruzan Alexander, Donald M Sell, Roger R Tamte, May 24, 1977: US04025159 (345 worldwide citation)

Cellular retroreflective sheeting, which comprises a base layer of retroreflective elements and a transparent cover film supported in spaced relation away from the base layer by a network of narrow intersecting bonds that form hermetically sealed cells within which retroreflective elements are isola ...


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David L Bergeson, Lee A Pavelka, Barbara A Mielke: Delamination-resistant cellular retroreflective sheeting. Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, Donald M Sell, James A Smith, Roger R Tamte, January 20, 1987: US04637950 (28 worldwide citation)

Cellular retroreflective sheeting, which comprises a base sheet of retroreflective elements and a polymeric cover film disposed in space relation from the base sheet by a network of narrow intersecting bonds that form hermetically sealed cells. The cover layer comprises a continuous polymeric phase ...


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Bergeson David L C O Minnesota, Pavelka Lee A C O Minnesota Mi, Mielke Barbara A C O Minnesota: Delamination-resistant cellular retoreflective sheeting.. Minnesota Mining & Mfg, November 5, 1986: EP0200521-A2 (22 worldwide citation)

An improved, delamination-resistant, cellular retroreflective sheeting comprising: 1) base sheet having a layer of retroreflective elements disposed over one of its surfaces, 2) a polymeric cover film disposed in spaced relation from the layer of retroreflective elements, and 3) a network of narrow ...


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W Scott Thielman: Method of producing cellular retroreflective sheeting. Stimsonite Corporation, Jones Day Reavis & Pogue, July 27, 1999: US05930041 (21 worldwide citation)

Cellular retroreflective sheeting comprises a first film of thermoplastic material which has been formed to define arrays of minute cube-corner reflective elements on one face thereof. The reflective elements are covered with a second thin thermoplastic film and the two films together pass over a pa ...


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Jeffrey D Janovec: Cutting and edge sealing cellular retroreflective sheeting. 3M Innovative Properties Company, Doreen S L Gwin, May 1, 2001: US06224792 (11 worldwide citation)

A method for cutting and edge sealing cells of cellular retroreflective sheeting is disclosed using a specially designed apparatus and tool. Sheeting having a thickness T is heated to a thermoforming temperature to form a heated sheeting. Pressing the unheated tool, the heated sheeting, and a substr ...


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Cellular retroreflective sheeting. Minnesota Mining & Mfg, September 16, 1977: FR2341872-A1 (2 worldwide citation)

Cellular retroreflective sheeting, which comprises a base layer of retroreflective elements and a transparent cover film supported in spaced relation away from the base layer by a network of narrow intersecting bonds that form hermetically sealed cells within which retroreflective elements are isola ...


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Marni Markell Hurwitz: Abrasion resistant omnidirectionally reflective retractable pet leash. NITE GLOW, Ernest D Buff & Assoc, Ernest D Buff, Margaret A LaCroix, August 15, 2017: US09730429

A flexible abrasion resistant omnidirectionally reflective retractable pet leash has an omnidirectionally reflective pet leash housed within a retractable housing device. The omnidirectionally reflective pet leash reflects an incoming light beam back in the same direction as it was emanated. The ref ...


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Thielman W Scott: Cellular retroreflective sheeting. Stimsonite, November 4, 1998: EP0874736-A1

Cellular retroreflective sheeting comprises a first film of thermoplastic material which has been formed to define arrays of minute cube-corner reflective elements on one face thereof. The reflective elements are covered with a second thin thermoplastic film and the two films together pass over a pa ...


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Jeffrey D Janovec: Cutting and edge sealing cellular retroreflective sheeting. 3M Innovative Properties Company, Office of Intellectual Property Counsel, September 27, 2001: US20010024324-A1

A method for cutting and edge sealing cells of cellular retroreflective sheeting is disclosed using a specially designed apparatus and tool. Sheeting having a thickness T is heated to a thermoforming temperature to form a heated sheeting. Pressing the unheated tool, the heated sheeting, and a substr ...