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Number: 396/581
Name: Photography > Fluid-treating apparatus > Treating superimposed or laminar sheets > Rollers sequentially submerge and press sheet
Description: Subject matter including revolving cylinders to immerse at least one of the strips in treating fluid and subsequently squeeze the strips together.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
RE37257 Transfer imaging system Jul. 3, 2001
5309196 Transfer imaging system May. 3, 1994
5005043 Image forming apparatus Apr. 2, 1991
4794415 Developing tray Dec. 27, 1988
4782364 Recording apparatus Nov. 1, 1988
4766454 Developing tray Aug. 23, 1988
4565440 Device for exposing and developing a light-sensitive material Jan. 21, 1986
4532201 Process and an apparatus for the development of photographic two-sheet diffusion materials Jul. 30, 1985
4477165 Diffusion transfer processor Oct. 16, 1984
4361392 Image-transfer method and apparatus Nov. 30, 1982
4223991 Image-transfer processor Sep. 23, 1980
3943539 Vertical plate processor Mar. 9, 1976

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