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101348000 Roller 59
101364000 Fountains 29
101337000 Roller and plate 4
20110192300IMPRINT METHOD AND IMPRINT APPARATUS - According to one embodiment, an imprint method is disclosed. The method can include forming a liquid droplet of a transfer material with a volume greater than a predetermined reference volume by dropping the transfer material onto a major surface of a processing substrate. The method can include reducing the volume of the liquid droplet to be less than the reference volume by volatilizing the liquid droplet. In addition, the method can include filling the transfer material into a recess provided in a transfer surface of a template by bringing the liquid droplet having the volume reduced to be less than the reference volume into contact with the transfer surface of the template.08-11-2011
20120085255PRINTING APPARATUS AND METHOD OF FORMING PATTERN USING THE SAME - A printing apparatus includes a master board and a feeding part. The master board includes first and second planes different from each other, a patterned reservoir formed on the first plane, and an injection hole connected to the patterned reservoir by extending from the second plane through an inside of the master board. The feeding part feeds the ink into the patterned reservoir through the injection hole. The ink is supplied to the patterned reservoir through the injection hole. The feeding part feeds a predetermined amount of ink into the patterned reservoir through the injection hole so that the ink is prevented from overflowing out of the patterned reservoir. Thus, an additional process to remove ink overflowing out of the patterned reservoir is not necessary.04-12-2012
20110005415PRINTING APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR FORMING THIN FILM PATTERN USING THE PRINTING APPARATUS - The present invention relates to a printing apparatus and method for forming a thin film pattern using the printing apparatus which can form a multi-layered thin film pattern on a substrate.01-13-2011
20110048259ANALOG PRINTER INCLUDING INK SUPPLY CONTAINING IR-ABSORBING PHTHALOCYANINE DYE - A printing module for an analog printer. The printing module includes an ink supply, a printing plate and an ink applicator for disposing ink from the ink supply onto the plate. The ink contains an IR-absorbing phthalocyanine dye formulated in a solvent-based or oil-based ink vehicle. The phthalocyanine dye has sulfonate groups, wherein a counterion of each sulfonate group is a phosphonium cation. Each phosphonium cation is of formula: P03-03-2011
101336000 Ribbon 1
20120000383RECORDING APPARATUS - There is provided a roll paper storage cassette and a recording apparatus which do not need a roll paper storage cassette according to the size of roll papers, and prevent a roll paper, a roll-paper shaft, and a roll paper storage cassette from being erroneously loaded. A roll paper storage cassette for housing a roll paper wound around the core portion of a roll paper shaft includes a pair of openable and closable cases, an attachment which can be attached and detached to and from the inside of both ends of the case according to the size of the roll paper, and a regulation member configured to prevent the roll paper shaft of a specific type from entering and allow the roll paper shaft of another specific type to enter in a state where the attachment is detached and configured to be moved from a position where the roll paper shaft of the specific type is prevented from entering in a state where the attachment is attached.01-05-2012
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20130042775BONDED MICROPOROUS SYNTHETIC RUBBER FOR FLASH PREINK STAMPS - A bonded microporous synthetic rubber, used in the manufacturing of pre-inked stamps and more specifically in the manufacturing of flash preink stamps, is disclosed. The bonded microporous synthetic rubber is made by gluing synthetic rubber with a polypropylene foam using synthetic glue. A tracing sheet containing the image of the desired text of the stamp is placed on the microporous synthetic rubber and it is exposed in a flash stamp system (with Xenon tubes) which delivers an intense burst of light that seals the non- printing area, thereby producing an image of precise resolution. After producing the image, the bonded microporous synthetic rubber is glued to a refillable stamp mount/pocket stamp mount. The refillable stamp mount includes an inking tube through which flash ink is poured. The bonded microporous synthetic rubber has good ink absorption and retention and thus in turn supports a greater number of impressions per inking.02-21-2013
20130025485APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR APPLYING RELEASE FLUID TO A LEVELER IN A PRINTING APPARATUS - An apparatus and method apply release fluid to a leveler in a printing apparatus. The apparatus can include a substrate path, at least one release fluid spray nozzle, and a marking material leveling system having a marking material leveler. The method can include transporting a substrate with marking material along the substrate path. The method can include pulse spraying release fluid to the marking material leveling system using the at least one release fluid spray nozzle to apply the release fluid to the marking material leveler. The method can include leveling marking material on the substrate using the marking material leveler with release fluid.01-31-2013
20110132218METHOD FOR REGULATING THE INK IN A PRINTING PRESS - The ink in a printing press, in which a stock of material is being printed in an ongoing printing process, is registered. At least one ink is applied to the stock in several inking zones. A measured value, indicating an ink density, is determined for the at least one ink which is being applied to the stock in the printing process and within the printing press. A relation is formed between the measured ink density for a specific ink in a selected ink zone and a measured ink density value determined for the same ink in at least one other inking zone. The relation between the measured ink density values in different inking zones is formed only if the majority of the inking zones of a specific inking unit of the printing press supply one respective measured ink density value for an ink supplied by that inking unit, and when the measured ink density value reaches at least a predetermined fraction of a preset, desired value in the respective inking zone.06-09-2011
20120024175DEVICE FOR POWDERING PRINTED SHEETS IN A PRINTING PRESS, AND PRINTING PRESS WITH A POWDERING DEVICE - A device for powdering a printed sheet in a printing press is formed with nozzle groups that are arranged in a row and that each are formed with several spray nozzles, each of which emits a powder/air mixture. A respective feed line is connected upstream of the nozzles of each nozzle group. The feed line of the spray nozzles of the respective nozzle group is preceded by a common collective line. Along a defined segment of a given length of the course of the respective collective line, a product of the radius of curvature of the segment and the fourth power of an inner diameter of the respective collective line equals 3.125×1002-02-2012
20090211474PRINTING PRESS INKING SYSTEMS - An apparatus and method for feeding U.V.-curable inks without causing them to cure prematurely. The apparatus includes plural Moineau style pumps each with an elastomeric stator and a rigid rotor. The pumps are driven by electric motors and flexible drive shafts enabling the stator and rotor to be slight offset from one another. The ink is fed to all of the pumps at the same time from a single trough with baffles therein.08-27-2009
20110067590ANILOX METERING SYSTEM FOR ELECTROGRAPHIC PRINTING - An embodiment is a method and apparatus to meter ink for electrographic printing. An ink loading mechanism having an anilox roller fills ink from an ink supply into cells in the anilox roller having a plurality of valleys and lands that form the cells. The ink loading mechanism causes the valleys to be full or nearly full with the ink. The anilox roller rotates in a first direction. A blanket roller rotationally engaged with the anilox roller pulls the ink out of the cells and causes the valleys to be partially filled. The blanket roller rotates in a second direction. A first cleaning blade cleans tops of the lands of the cells.03-24-2011
20110067589ANILOX METERING SYSTEM FOR ELECTROGRAPHIC PRINTING - An embodiment is a method and apparatus to meter ink for electrographic printing. An ink loading mechanism having an anilox roller fills ink from an ink supply into cells in the anilox roller having a plurality of valleys and lands that form the cells. The ink loading mechanism causes the valleys to be full or nearly full with the ink. The anilox roller rotates in a first direction. A blanket roller rotationally engaged with the anilox roller pulls the ink out of the cells and causes the valleys to be partially filled. The blanket roller rotates in a second direction. A first cleaning blade cleans tops of the lands of the cells.03-24-2011
20110041714SQUARE INK FILTER VESSEL FOR A PRINTING PRESS - A square ink filter vessel for a printing press, like a rotogravure printing press, a flexographic printing press, or other like printing presses, includes a container having a substantially rectangular shaped cross-section with an open top, an outlet port on one side approximate the bottom of the container, a sloped bottom, where the sloped bottom being toward the outlet port, an inlet port on one side approximate the top of the container, and an internal ledge. A lid is adapted to close the open top of the container. A hinge couples the lid to the container, where the lid is hinged to the container on one side. A lid compression device is adapted to compress the lid to the container. A containment basket is adapted to fit inside the container, and has a plurality of holes on all sides and a lip adapted to rest on the internal ledge of the container.02-24-2011
20120012018REFLECTION DENSITOMETER - A method for determining optical density is disclosed. A first measurement is taken on a white area of a substrate (01-19-2012
20120186469INK SUPPLY AMOUNT CONTROL APPARATUS FOR PRINTING PRESS - This invention discloses an ink supply amount control apparatus for a printing press, including a sheet delivery device, printing quality control device, measuring device, and ink amount adjusting device. The sheet delivery device delivers a sheet printed by a printing press. The printing quality control device is provided on the sheet delivery device, and at least adjusts an amount of ink to be printed on the sheet by a manual operation. The measuring device is movably provided on the printing quality control device, and measures color adjustment data for each of color patches printed in the margins of the sheet. The ink amount adjusting device includes a control unit which automatically adjusts the amount of ink to be printed on the sheet, based on the comparison result between the color adjustment data measured by the measuring device, and reference values set in advance.07-26-2012
20120325097Baffled Ink Cup - A modified ink cup for plate printing is presented, where the ink cup is separated internally into two domains, a storage area and a print area, by a baffle system. The baffling allows only a limited amount of exposure of the ink in the ink cup to the outside air, reducing evaporation of the ink solvent and extending the life of the ink supply in the cup. This system greatly reduces the number of times an ink cup has to be re-filled to perform plate printing and limits the evaporation of possibly toxic solvents to the air.12-27-2012
20130008329Ink Cup - An ink cup (01-10-2013
20130019769Screen printing ink pump with filter - A screen printing ink pump which is designed to pump printing ink from a first container to a second container. A filter is provided at the discharge side of the pump above the second container to filter impurities from the ink during the pumping operation.01-24-2013
20130145942STACKABLE CONTAINER SYSTEMS AND METHODS - A container system for containing a plurality of ink pads including a cover and a plurality of bases. The cover defines a cover mounting portion. Each base defines a support surface, a first base mounting portion, and a second base mounting portion. Each of the support surfaces is adapted to support at least one of the ink pads. The cover mounting portion is capable of engaging any one of the first base mounting portions to detachably attach the cover to the plurality of bases. The first base mounting portions are capable of engaging the second base mounting portions to detachably attach at least one of the bases to at least another of the bases. The container system operates in a stack mode and in a single mode. In the stack mode, the cover is detachably attached to one of the plurality of bases, and the one of the plurality of bases to which the cover is detachably attached is detachably attached to another of the plurality of bases. In the single mode, the cover is detachably attached to one of the plurality of bases and the plurality of bases are detached from each other.06-13-2013

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