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Month of March 2004

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IPCOM000023810D 2004-Mar-31
A document handling system for a photocopier which enables both sides of duplex documents to be copied. The documents are supported on a belt 20 with both surfaces visible to view. The belt is driven repeatedly past the exposure station of
IPCOM000023809D 2004-Mar-31
In a printing machine, it is frequently necessary to collect and collate copy sheets. These copy sheets are arranged in stacks. It is highly desirable to secure the sheets of the stack to each other by means such as stapling. As shown in the drawing, a stack of sheets are collected in tray 10. A staple head 12 is...
IPCOM000023808D 2004-Mar-31
In some xerographic products that use belts to carry input documents into the processor, a cosmetic effect sometimes appears in the output copy known as "show-through". This is the reproduction of the document carrier hole pattern used to produce a document holding vacuum which shows through the original document,...
IPCOM000023807D 2004-Mar-31
A sheet handling system in which sheets are separated from a stack I and conveyed while contacting only one side of the sheet. A porous vacuum transport belt 2 is lifted at one edge by means of deflector plates 3 to permit a pivoted (at 4a) sniffer
IPCOM000023806D 2004-Mar-31
The present disclosure relates generally to dye transfer or thermal printers.
IPCOM000023805D 2004-Mar-31
Separation of individual sheets of paper from a paper stack in a paper feeder is difficult due to the inability to break contact between the sheet to be fed and the adjacent sheets. The contact forces/mechanisms involved can be the result of physical surface condition of the paper (surface roughness, moisture content,...
IPCOM000023804D 2004-Mar-31
In separating and feeding documents, particularly freshly typed originals for producing copies on a copier such as a xerographic reproduction machine, the typing inks smear or transfer onto the sheet-feeding rolls and/or belt This ink may be thereafter retransferred to subsequently fed original documents thereby...
IPCOM000023803D 2004-Mar-31
In separating and feeding documents, particularly freshly typed originals for producing copies on a copier such as a xerographic reproduction machine, the typing inks smear or transfer onto the sheet-feeding rolls and/or belt, This ink may be thereafter retransferred to subsequently fed original documents thereby...
IPCOM000023802D 2004-Mar-31
The use of air jets to strip a sheet 2 of paper from a photoreceptor surface 1 at which a developed image has been transferred and to control the movement of the sheet immediately after stripping is well known. It is proposed that the functions of stripping and subsequent handling be separated by providing a stripping...
IPCOM000023801D 2004-Mar-31
A waterproof colloidal carbon black ink for ink jet printing is prepared by incorporating a water-resistant acrylic polymer binder Carboset 514H, available from B. F. Goodrich, into an ink jet ink. An example ink is made up of about 9°6 by weight Raven 1255, a carbon black available from Columbian Carbon Company,
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