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John L Hirsch: Flying splice apparatus. Curt G Joa, Joseph P House Jr, August 15, 1978: US04106974 (73 worldwide citation)

Flying splice apparatus and method for splicing the leading end of a new web of rolled web material to a running web. The running web is trained between two coacting rotors respectively provided with coacting web press jaws. When a splice is to be made, the rotors are turned concurrently through a c ...


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Barrie T Reed: Flying splice apparatus. Gipple & Hale, April 17, 1984: US04443291 (16 worldwide citation)

An apparatus is disclosed for attaching a running web which is withdrawn from a first source of supply to the leader of a fresh web which is stored in a second source of supply through the use of double sticky back adhesive strips. The apparatus comprises a supply frame provided with a conveyor asse ...


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William G Lancaster, Patrick R Lancaster III: Flying splice apparatus and process. Gipple & Hale, December 11, 1979: US04177959 (14 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and process for effecting a flying splice of vertically positioned rolls of plastic film mounted on a reel. Each supply roll of film has an adhesive strip extending diagonally across the leading edge of the film web with a sleeve member mounted to the bottom of the adhesive strip. The s ...