Having Book With Sectional Leaf Folded In Manifolding Patents (Class 462/19)
  • Patent number: 6257624
    Abstract: A form for creating a postcard having printing on both sides includes a front sheet and a back sheet, which are laminated using a pressure sensitive adhesive on a back surface of the front sheet. A fold line extends across the front sheet, while a tear line underlying the fold line extends across the back sheet. A gap in the adhesive preferably extends along the fold line. On one side of the fold line opposite to the direction of the gap, the inner surface of the back sheet has a release coating restricting the adhesion of the adhesive layer. After printing on the front surface of the front sheet, the section of the back sheet having this release coating is removed and discarded, and the front sheet is folded along the fold line, thereby providing a document having printing on both sides and a thickness sufficient for a postcard.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 23, 1998
    Date of Patent: July 10, 2001
    Assignee: Laser Substrates, INC
    Inventor: Warren M. Fabel
  • Patent number: 6224111
    Abstract: Unauthorized alteration of a document can be avoided in a secure document that includes a substrate (10) defining the body of the document. Indicia (24, 26, 30, 32, 36 and 40) located on the substrate (10) designate an area (42) to receive variable information by an impression. The variable information is that whose alteration is to be avoided. A chemical, carbonless imaging system (44) is disposed on the substrate (10) at the area (42) and is operative to form a visible image upon receipt of an impression and a transparent film (46) is located on the substrate (10) to cover the area (42). As a consequence of the construction, any attempt to alter an image appearing on the film (46) will be apparent from the original imaging of the chemical carbonless imaging system (44) or by smudging thereof indicating an alteration attempt.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: August 12, 1997
    Date of Patent: May 1, 2001
    Assignee: The Standard Register Company
    Inventor: George Zehner
  • Patent number: 6217443
    Abstract: A carbonless paper notepad for producing multiple copies of a document created on the notepad. The carbonless paper notepad includes a tablet with a plurality of sheets each having a lower face coated with a duplicating material. A top end of the tablet is coupled to a first end of a board. The board has a spaced apart pair of median folds extending between the sides of the board which divide the board into backer and underback panels. The backer panel is positioned beneath the tablet. The underback panel is inserted between adjacent sheets of the tablet beneath the upper sheet of the tablet.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: March 11, 1999
    Date of Patent: April 17, 2001
    Inventor: Leonard C. Green, Jr.
  • Patent number: 5318476
    Abstract: A record pad of paper sheets includes a number of stacked sets of sheets. Each set comprises a quadrate top sheet having top and bottom faces and for receiving indicia on its top face and having a first edge; a quadrate record sheet having top and bottom faces and for receiving transferred indicia from the top sheet on its top face, and having a first edge extending generally parallel to and outwardly from the first edge of the top sheet to define a margin; a transfer mechanism (such CF and CB constructions) is disposed between the top and record sheets for transferring indicia from the top sheet to the record sheet; and repositionable adhesive is provided on the top sheet bottom face at the top sheet first edge for releasably connecting the top sheet to the record sheet. The pad also includes mechanical fastener or adhesive for securing the record sheets in the pad of stacked sheets together at the margins.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 7, 1991
    Date of Patent: June 7, 1994
    Assignee: Moore Business Forms, Inc.
    Inventors: Jo Ann Haskayne, Victor H. Perriman
  • Patent number: 5296066
    Abstract: A method is disclosed for producing a perforated multiweb folded display product or insert having a width greater than the width of any single web forming a part thereof. The perforated multiweb product is also claimed. Gutterless joints are used to allow the display to lay flat when opened. Perforations allow the insert to be removably bound within a book or magazine. In some embodiments, displays having widths exceeding commercially available web widths are disclosed. In other embodiments, two or more webs are combined to yield web printed single or double magazine inserts or displays having an active viewing width in excess of 70 inches.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 24, 1991
    Date of Patent: March 22, 1994
    Assignee: Dixonweb Printing Company
    Inventor: Ake L. Dahlquist
  • Patent number: 5248280
    Abstract: A physician's prescription pad has a number of stacked sets of imperforate prescription forms A secured together by an adhesive binding B at one end of each of the stacked sets of forms. A base member C carries a cover member D presenting advertising material E to the physician as he is in the process of writing a prescription. The cover member serves to protect the stacked sets of forms so as to avoid the transfer of written material to the next set of forms and to present advertising to the physician at the point of use. The prescriptions are separable at the top and are imperforate suitable for presentation to the pharmacist with copies being provided.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 30, 1992
    Date of Patent: September 28, 1993
    Inventors: Fred L. Lockwood, Russell R. Batson
  • Patent number: 5173081
    Abstract: A business form which allows indicia on a paper sheet to be protected, and provides a removable security covering too, is constructed from an intemediate. The intermediate includes a first paper sheet having a quadrate configuration including two longitudinal edges, and a face and back, and a fold line at a central portion, dividing the sheet into first and second portions. A pattern of repositional adhesive is disposed on the sheet face first portion, and indicia is disposed on the sheet face second portion. A transparent plastic film having a face and back and dimensions about the same as those of the first sheet first portion is disposed over the sheet face first portion and is removably attached to it by the repositional adhesive. Permanent adhesive is disposed on the plastic film back. A second sheet having a release material face and dimensions about the same as the first sheet first portion is disposed in removable contact with the permanent adhesive.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: January 6, 1992
    Date of Patent: December 22, 1992
    Assignee: Moore Business Forms, Inc.
    Inventor: Walter G. Greig