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Daniel W King: Continuous production of plastic siding panels with separate shingle appearance. Tapco International Corporation, Howard & Howard Attorneys PLLC, August 17, 2010: US07775008 (28 worldwide citation)

A method and an apparatus for continuously producing elongated siding panels is disclosed. The apparatus includes a conveyor, a plurality of mold plates, and a die for extruding a sheet of material onto the mold plates. The mold plates are formed of a rigid material and positioned adjacent one anoth ...


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Daniel W King: Continuous production of plastic siding panels with separate shingle appearance. Jacox Meckstroth & Jenkins, October 21, 2003: US06635218 (22 worldwide citation)

A sheet of plastics material is continuously extruded onto the upper run of an endless conveyor which carries aluminum vacuum mold plates each defining a cavity with a shingle pattern. The sheet is progressively vacuum-formed into the mold plate cavities, and opposite longitudinal upper and lower po ...


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Daniel W King: Continuous production of plastic siding panels with separate shingle appearance. Tapco International Corporation, Howard & Howard, March 7, 2006: US07008213 (14 worldwide citation)

A sheet of plastics material is continuously extruded onto the upper run of an endless conveyor which carries aluminum vacuum mold plates each defining a cavity with a shingle pattern. The sheet is progressively vacuum-formed into the mold plate cavities, and opposite longitudinal upper and lower po ...


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Daniel W King: Continuous production of plastic siding panels with separate shingle appearance. MTP, Howard & Howard Attorneys P C, November 20, 2007: US07296989 (5 worldwide citation)

A method and an apparatus for continuously producing elongated siding panels is disclosed. The apparatus includes a conveyor, a plurality of mold plates, and a die for extruding a sheet of material onto the mold plates. The mold plates are formed of a rigid material and positioned adjacent one anoth ...


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Daniel W King: Continuous production of plastic siding panels with separate shingle appearance. Alan F Meckstroth, Jacox Meckstroth & Jenkins, November 15, 2001: US20010039778-A1

A sheet of plastics material is continuously extruded onto the upper run of an endless conveyor which carries aluminum vacuum mold plates each defining a cavity with a shingle pattern. The sheet is progressively vacuum-formed into the mold plate cavities, and opposite longitudinal upper and lower po ...


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Daniel W King: Continuous production of plastic siding panels with separate shingle appearance. Howard & Howard Attorneys PC, April 7, 2005: US20050072093-A1

A sheet of plastics material is continuously extruded onto the upper run of an endless conveyor which carries aluminum vacuum mold plates each defining a cavity with a shingle pattern. The sheet is progressively vacuum-formed into the mold plate cavities, and opposite longitudinal upper and lower po ...


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Daniel W King: Continuous production of plastic siding panels with separate shingle appearance. Howard & Howard Attorneys PC, July 7, 2005: US20050144869-A1

A method and an apparatus for continuously producing elongated siding panels is disclosed. The apparatus includes a conveyor, a plurality of mold plates, and a die for extruding a sheet of material onto the mold plates. The mold plates are formed of a rigid material and positioned adjacent one anoth ...


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Daniel W King: Continuous production of plastic siding panels with separate shingle appearance. Howard & Howard Attorneys PC, January 22, 2009: US20090020923-A1

A method and an apparatus for continuously producing elongated siding panels is disclosed. The apparatus includes a conveyor, a plurality of mold plates, and a die for extruding a sheet of material onto the mold plates. The mold plates are formed of a rigid material and positioned adjacent one anoth ...