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Inventor:
Jackson; Dale H.
Address:
New Market, NH
No. of patents:
3
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
5669158 Method for cooling a web September 23, 1997
A method of removing heat from a moving web includes providing a quantity of a liquid which has a temperature of vaporization below the surface temperature of the web; heating the liquid to a temperature slightly below the temperature of vaporization of the liquid; spraying the heated li
5568767 Method and device for maintaining print to cut register October 29, 1996
A scanner senses the position of the individual images on the web. A cutting cylinder position is monitored by a signal generator, and may be altered by mechanically changing the phase of the cutting cylinders in relation to the image on the web based on commands relating to the image
5471847 Web cooling device December 5, 1995
Web cooling device where liquid is applied to both sides of a hot web to enhance cooling via evaporation of the liquid from the web.










 
 
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