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Method for developing three dimensional surface patterns for a papermaking belt

Image Number 9 for United States Patent #8135170.

A process for making an image for a papermaking belt wherein the image is the product of: (a) providing an image, said image being a simple geometric figure; (b) performing a first alpha image modification algorithm on said image; (c) performing a first beta image modification algorithm upon said image to provide a resultant image, said beta image modification algorithm being a three-dimensional image modification algorithm; and, (d) using said resultant image to form a pattern for said papermaking belt.

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