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Thomas C Meyer: High speed vacuum porting. Curt G Joa, Ryan Kromholz & Manion S C, May 19, 2009: US07533709 (52 worldwide citation)

This invention proposes a new, improved method and apparatus for applying web segments to a traveling web. These web segments, sometimes called ears or wings, may be asymmetrical or otherwise incompatible with the usual slip-and-cut method. The asymmetrical shape may have differing web tensions whic ...


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MEYER THOMAS C: PORTAGE A DEPRESSION A HAUTE VITESSE, HIGH SPEED VACUUM PORTING. CURT G JOA, CURT G JOA, SMART & BIGGAR, April 15, 2014: CA2547464 (4 worldwide citation)

This invention proposes a new, improved method and apparatus for applying web segments to a traveling web. These web segments, sometimes called ears or wings, may be asymmetrical or otherwise incompatible with the usual slip-and-cut method. The asymmetrical shape may have differing web tensions whic ...


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John McCabe, Jeff Fritz, Robert E Andrews: Methods and apparatus for application of nested zero waste ear to traveling web. Curt G Joe, Ryan Kromholz & Manion S C, April 18, 2017: US09622918

The present invention provides a method of providing a disposable product with a contoured leg opening. In this method at least one chip is removed from at least one ear of a disposable product. The chip may be removed from an ear prior to attaching the ear to the chassis web. Alternatively, the chi ...


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Meyer Thomas C: High speed vacuum porting. Joa Curt G, December 22, 2006: FR2887235-A1

This invention proposes a new, improved method and apparatus for applying web segments to a traveling web. These web segments, sometimes called ears or wings, may be asymmetrical or otherwise incompatible with the usual slip-and-cut method. The asymmetrical shape may have differing web tensions whic ...


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Thomas C Meyer: High speed vacuum porting. Curt G Joa, Ryan Kromholz & Manion Sc, November 30, 2006: US20060266465-A1

This invention proposes a new, improved method and apparatus for applying web segments to a traveling web. These web segments, sometimes called ears or wings, may be asymmetrical or otherwise incompatible with the usual slip-and-cut method. The asymmetrical shape may have differing web tensions whic ...


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METHODS AND APPARATUS FOR APPLICATION OF NESTED ZERO WASTE EAR TO TRAVELING WEB. Curt G Joa, May 11, 2017: US20170128287-A1

The present invention provides a method of providing a disposable product with a contoured leg opening. In this method at least one chip is removed from at least one ear of a disposable product. The chip may be removed from an ear prior to attaching the ear to the chassis web. Alternatively, the chi ...