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1 US2005100714A1
Cushioning material
Publication/Patent Number: US2005100714A1 Publication Date: 2005-05-12 Application Number: 10/653,145 Filing Date: 2003-09-03 Inventor: Sutcliffe, William   Singh, Rohitendra   Sek, Michael   Assignee: Sutcliffe, William   Singh, Rohitendra   Sek, Michael   IPC: B32B003/28 Abstract: A method of making cushioning material including the steps of forming a plurality of alternate layers of flat and corrugated sheets of cardboard or paper which are bonded or glued together, curing or drying the bonding material or glue, crushing the layers so that at least a predetermined portion of the layers are plastically deformed to thereby form a block of cushioning material which behaves like an elastic body. A method of making cushioning material including the steps of forming a plurality of alternate layers of flat and corrugated sheets of cardboard or paper which are bonded or glued together, curing or drying the bonding material or glue, crushing the layers so that at least a ...More ...Less
2 US2005244614A1
Embossed oriented optical films
Publication/Patent Number: US2005244614A1 Publication Date: 2005-11-03 Application Number: 11/176,435 Filing Date: 2005-07-07 Inventor: Bharadwaj, Rishikesh   Cornelissen, Hugo   Couzin, Dennis   Edwards, David   Mehrabi, Reza   Assignee: Bharadwaj, Rishikesh   Cornelissen, Hugo   Couzin, Dennis   Edwards, David   Mehrabi, Reza   IPC: B32B003/28 Abstract: A method of making an embossed optical sheet material includes: providing an optically anisotropic, uniaxially oriented polymer substrate having a first major surface and a second major surface; heating a patterned tool using radiant energy from a radiant energy source, wherein the pattern comprises a plurality of parallel raised microstructures having a longitudinal direction; pressing the tool against the first major surface of the polymer substrate such that the longitudinal direction of the raised microstructures is substantially parallel to the direction of orientation of the polymer substrate, to soften the first major surface of the polymer substrate and emboss groove-shaped microchannels into the polymer substrate; cooling the embossed polymer substrate; and separating the tool from the polymer substrate; wherein the orientation of the polymer substrate is unchanged throughout the polymer substrate and first major surface. A method of making an embossed optical sheet material includes: providing an optically anisotropic, uniaxially oriented polymer substrate having a first major surface and a second major surface; heating a patterned tool using radiant energy from a radiant energy source, wherein ...More ...Less
3 US2005042409A1
Magnetic disk, magnetic disk manufacturing method and magnetic disk apparatus
Publication/Patent Number: US2005042409A1 Publication Date: 2005-02-24 Application Number: 10/940,743 Filing Date: 2004-09-15 Inventor: Nishizawa, Hiroshi   Assignee: Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.   IPC: B32B003/28 Abstract: Provided is a magnetic disk capable of reducing waves and realizing a high recording density. A main surface of the disk is made from a silicate glass substrate and has a magnetic recording layer and a shaft at its central portion. The sodium ions of the main surface of the disk are replaced with potassium ions so that the potassium ion concentration increases toward an outer circumference of the disk and the strength or rigidity of the disk increases accordingly toward the outer circumference of the disk. This can reduce waves which tend to occur on the outer circumferential side of the disk. Provided is a magnetic disk capable of reducing waves and realizing a high recording density. A main surface of the disk is made from a silicate glass substrate and has a magnetic recording layer and a shaft at its central portion. The sodium ions of the main surface of the disk ...More ...Less
4 US2005147796A1
Compound mold and structured surface articles containing geometric structures with compound faces and method of making same
Publication/Patent Number: US2005147796A1 Publication Date: 2005-07-07 Application Number: 11/061,327 Filing Date: 2005-02-18 Inventor: Benson, Gerald   Smith, Kenneth   Assignee: 3M Innovative Properties Company   IPC: B32B003/28 Abstract: A structured surface articles such as molds or sheeting are formed on a compound substrate including a machined substrate and a replicated substrate. In one embodiment, the structured surface is a cube corner element on a compound substrate. In another embodiment, the structured surface is a geometric structure that has a plurality of faces, where one face is located on the machined substrate and another face is located on the replicated substrate. In yet another embodiment, at least some of the faces include a compound face with a portion formed on the machined substrate and a portion formed on the replicated substrate. The method of making a structured surface article including a geometric structure having a plurality of faces includes forming an array of geometric structures in a first surface of a machined substrate; passivating selected locations of the first surface of the machined substrate; forming a replicated substrate of the machined substrate to form a compound substrate; forming an array of second geometric structures on a second surface opposite the first surface on the machined substrate; and removing selected portions from the second surface of the machined substrate. A structured surface articles such as molds or sheeting are formed on a compound substrate including a machined substrate and a replicated substrate. In one embodiment, the structured surface is a cube corner element on a compound substrate. In another embodiment, the structured ...More ...Less
5 US2005147798A1
Topsheet for absorbent article
Publication/Patent Number: US2005147798A1 Publication Date: 2005-07-07 Application Number: 11/071,103 Filing Date: 2005-03-04 Inventor: Toyoshima, Yasuo   Sugiura, Hiroko   Miyamoto, Takanobu   Saka, Wataru   Taneichi, Shoichi   Assignee: Kao Corporation   IPC: B32B003/28 Abstract: A topsheet for an absorbent article which has an uneven profile formed on a surface thereof to be brought into contact with a wearer's skin, the uneven profile being flexibly deformable in conformity to the contour of the wearer's body and to the wearer's movement, and depressions of the uneven profile being capable of trapping high-viscosity excreta thereby separating the high-viscosity excreta from the wearer's skin while an absorbent article having the topsheet is worn. A topsheet for an absorbent article which has an uneven profile formed on a surface thereof to be brought into contact with a wearer's skin, the uneven profile being flexibly deformable in conformity to the contour of the wearer's body and to the wearer's movement, and ...More ...Less
6 US2005181176A1
Profiled system
Publication/Patent Number: US2005181176A1 Publication Date: 2005-08-18 Application Number: 10/507,675 Filing Date: 2003-03-14 Inventor: Hessemer, Joachim   Assignee: Hessemer, Joachim   IPC: B32B003/28 Abstract: An arrangement of at least two profile sections (2, 3, 8, 9) connected with one another by means of an insulating chamber (1, 13), whereby at least the surface of the side of at least one profile section (3, 9) that is turned away from the insulating chamber (1, 13), compared to the surface of a side that is turned toward the insulating chamber (1, 13) is enlarged in order to render a facilitated thermal transfer between the surroundings and the side of the profile section (3, 9) that is turned away from the insulating chamber (1, 13) possible. An arrangement of at least two profile sections (2, 3, 8, 9) connected with one another by means of an insulating chamber (1, 13), whereby at least the surface of the side of at least one profile section (3, 9) that is turned away from the insulating chamber (1, 13), compared to ...More ...Less
7 US2005106360A1
Microstructured surface building assemblies for fluid disposition
Publication/Patent Number: US2005106360A1 Publication Date: 2005-05-19 Application Number: 10/712,529 Filing Date: 2003-11-13 Inventor: Johnston, Raymond   Castiglione, Stephanie   Shipp, Gregory   Slama, David   Assignee: Johnston, Raymond   Castiglione, Stephanie   Shipp, Gregory   Slama, David   IPC: B32B003/28 Abstract: The present invention provides for a fluid control assembly comprising a fluid control film comprising a first side and a second side, the first side comprising a microstructured surface with a plurality of channels on the first side; and an exterior building wall assembly comprising a substrate layer having a major surface, the substrate major surface associated with the fluid control film. The present invention provides for a fluid control assembly comprising a fluid control film comprising a first side and a second side, the first side comprising a microstructured surface with a plurality of channels on the first side; and an exterior building wall assembly ...More ...Less
8 US2005095405A1
Corrugated sandwich panel and method for manufacturing the same
Publication/Patent Number: US2005095405A1 Publication Date: 2005-05-05 Application Number: 10/702,024 Filing Date: 2003-11-05 Inventor: Park, Young   Chung, Mo   Lee, Jesse   Assignee: PCL Engineering Corp.   IPC: B32B003/28 Abstract: Disclosed is a method for preparing a corrugated sandwich panel including the steps of: extruding melted polyethylene resin by use of an extruder and a slit nozzle; molding the extruded polyethylene resin to a vertically corrugated inner sheet by use of a plurality of molding rolls; supplying a lower sheet from the lower portion of the inner sheet and an upper sheet from the upper portion thereof; forming a plurality of melting grooves by use of heaters each provided between the upper sheet and the inner sheet and between the lower sheet and the inner sheet such that the melting and bonding between the upper sheet and the inner sheet and between the lower sheet and the inner sheet is conducted; and pressing the upper sheet, the inner sheet and the lower sheet each having the plurality of melting grooves formed thereon by use of a plurality of press rolls. Disclosed is a method for preparing a corrugated sandwich panel including the steps of: extruding melted polyethylene resin by use of an extruder and a slit nozzle; molding the extruded polyethylene resin to a vertically corrugated inner sheet by use of a plurality of molding ...More ...Less
9 US2005214512A1
Corrugated packaging and insulation material
Publication/Patent Number: US2005214512A1 Publication Date: 2005-09-29 Application Number: 10/508,243 Filing Date: 2002-12-09 Inventor: Fascio, Carlo   Assignee: Fascio, Carlo   IPC: B32B003/28 Abstract: The present invention relates to a corrugated product comprising a corrugated substrate, having a top surface and a bottom surface, laminated with a sheet material on its top and/or bottom surface. The substrate is selected from the group consisting of low-density polyethylene foam, high-density polyethylene film, low-density polyethylene film, polypropylene, Nylon 6,6, Nylon 6, paper, craft paper or Cotton Paper. The sheet material is selected from the group consisting of paper, polyethylene film, foil, low density polyethylene foam, high density polyethylene film, low density polyethylene film, polypropylene, Nylon 6,6, Nylon 6, paper, craft paper, Cotton Paper. The sheet material can have a pressure sensitive adhesive and backing paper applied to the side of the sheet not attached to the substrate. The present invention is suitable for providing cushioning and protection when wrapping furniture, molded into shapes to encapsulate a product being shipped, die cut and made into boxes or made into padded envelopes or pouches. The present invention relates to a corrugated product comprising a corrugated substrate, having a top surface and a bottom surface, laminated with a sheet material on its top and/or bottom surface. The substrate is selected from the group consisting of low-density polyethylene ...More ...Less
10 US2005163955A1
Fiber containing filter media
Publication/Patent Number: US2005163955A1 Publication Date: 2005-07-28 Application Number: 11/087,279 Filing Date: 2005-03-22 Inventor: Schaefer, James   Barris, Marty   Weik, Thomas   Assignee: Donaldson Company, Inc.   IPC: B32B003/28 Abstract: Improved filtration media or filter bodies can be made from fine fiber and can be formed into a filtration structure having no internal defects. The filter media or filter body comprises a collection of spot in fiber with defined fiber diameter, layer thickness and media solidity. The fine fiber is formed into a media body and obtains substantial flux and filtration efficiency. The filtration media or body can comprise single or multiple layers of fine fiber combined into the improved filter body. Improved filtration media or filter bodies can be made from fine fiber and can be formed into a filtration structure having no internal defects. The filter media or filter body comprises a collection of spot in fiber with defined fiber diameter, layer thickness and media ...More ...Less
11 US2005271861A1
Coextruded profiled webs
Publication/Patent Number: US2005271861A1 Publication Date: 2005-12-08 Application Number: 10/863,717 Filing Date: 2004-06-08 Inventor: Ausen, Ronald   Venne, Janet   Seth, Jayshree   Assignee: 3M Innovative Properties Company   IPC: B32B003/28 Abstract: Coextrusion of multiple polymeric components into a single layer cast film is relatively common in the art. Often, multiple polymeric flow streams are combined in a die or feedblock in a layered fashion to provide a top to bottom multilayer film. The diverse polymer flowsteams are typically combined in a feedblock section or the like and then flow in a layered configuration into a conventional coat hanger die arrangement, where the flowstreams flatten out into a film-like flowstream and are extruded onto a casting roll or the like. This arrangement creates films where the polymers form into layers in the thickness dimension. Coextrusion of multiple polymeric components into a single layer cast film is relatively common in the art. Often, multiple polymeric flow streams are combined in a die or feedblock in a layered fashion to provide a top to bottom multilayer film. The diverse polymer flowsteams ...More ...Less
12 US2005112332A1
Grooved single facer belt
Publication/Patent Number: US2005112332A1 Publication Date: 2005-05-26 Application Number: 10/720,902 Filing Date: 2003-11-24 Inventor: Billings, Alan   Zilker, Gregory   Assignee: Billings, Alan   Zilker, Gregory   IPC: B32B003/28 Abstract: The present invention relates to a single facer corrugator belt having a base structure. The base structure includes an inside and an outside surface and a machine or running direction and a cross machine direction. The base structure is formed by machine direction yarns and cross machine direction yarns and has grooves formed in a surface of the base structure. Alternatively, the corrugator belt may include includes holes formed in a surface of the base structure. The present invention relates to a single facer corrugator belt having a base structure. The base structure includes an inside and an outside surface and a machine or running direction and a cross machine direction. The base structure is formed by machine direction yarns and ...More ...Less
13 US2005133151A1
Extensible and stretch laminates and method of making same
Publication/Patent Number: US2005133151A1 Publication Date: 2005-06-23 Application Number: 10/743,245 Filing Date: 2003-12-22 Inventor: Maldonado, Pacheco Jose   Mccormack, Ann   Ellison, Charles   Martin, Timothy   Ng, Wing-chak   Potnis, Prasad   Fairbanks, Jason   Assignee: Maldonado Pacheco, Jose   McCormack, Ann   Ellison, Charles   Martin, Timothy   Ng, Wing-Chak   Potnis, Prasad   Fairbanks, Jason   IPC: B32B003/28 Abstract: A method of producing a laminate material by joining an incrementally stretched first flexible sheet material to a second flexible sheet material. A series of nips formed by intermeshing grooves provides the first flexible sheet material with a high degree of stretch and provides the resulting laminate has a high degree of extensibility. The width of the first flexible sheet material is maintained through the incremental stretching to result in high efficiency of utilization of the first flexible sheet material in production of the laminate. A method of producing a laminate material by joining an incrementally stretched first flexible sheet material to a second flexible sheet material. A series of nips formed by intermeshing grooves provides the first flexible sheet material with a high degree of stretch and ...More ...Less
14 US2005238850A1
System for laying and substituting facing overlays, a method for laying and removing facing overlays, and a flexible support means
Publication/Patent Number: US2005238850A1 Publication Date: 2005-10-27 Application Number: 11/072,828 Filing Date: 2005-03-04 Inventor: Barbosa, Jose   Bristot, Vilmar   Freitas, Jesler   Gaidzinski, Edson   Assignee: Barbosa, Jose   Bristot, Vilmar   Freitas, Jesler   Gaidzinski, Edson   IPC: B32B003/28 Abstract: The present invention comprises a system that allows the overlaying of surfaces in a faster and cleaner manner, contributing to the process the ability to replace and reuse facing overlays without the risk of damaging the surfaces and the facing overlay intended to be removed. The present invention comprises a system that allows the overlaying of surfaces in a faster and cleaner manner, contributing to the process the ability to replace and reuse facing overlays without the risk of damaging the surfaces and the facing overlay intended to be removed. ...More ...Less
15 US2005221055A1
Masking material
Publication/Patent Number: US2005221055A1 Publication Date: 2005-10-06 Application Number: 10/518,745 Filing Date: 2003-06-02 Inventor: Ogawa, Masanori   Ito, Kuninori   Assignee: Ogawa, Masanori   Ito, Kuninori   IPC: B32B003/28 Abstract: The object of the present invention is to make the boundary between a coated part and uncoated part a straight line in a case where said uncoated part is protected by a masking member during coating. To attain this object, the present invention provides a masking member (11) consisting of a panel (11A) of a foamed polystyrene having an expansion ratio in the range of between 5 and 100 times, wherein grooves (12) are formed at set positions on one side or either side of said panel (11A), dividing it into a plural number of unit blocks, said masking member consisting of one or more of said unit block(s) is snapped from said panel (11A) through said groove(s) (12), the edge of said masking member along the snapping line being substantially straight. The object of the present invention is to make the boundary between a coated part and uncoated part a straight line in a case where said uncoated part is protected by a masking member during coating. To attain this object, the present invention provides a masking member (11) ...More ...Less
16 US2005281987A1
Impact-absorbing structural component
Publication/Patent Number: US2005281987A1 Publication Date: 2005-12-22 Application Number: 11/154,470 Filing Date: