*NEWS*LEXMARK’s NEW KENTUCKY PATENTS

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*NEWS*LEXMARK’s NEW KENTUCKY PATENTS

 user 2007-01-30 at 10:09:00 am Views: 101
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    Kentucky patents
    The
    U.S. Patent Office issues patents weekly. These patents were issued
    Tuesday for inventors in the Lexington area:Micro-fluid ejection
    devices. Inventors: Robert Cornell, Richard Goin and James Powers, all
    of Lexington. Patent 7,165,831 assigned to Lexmark International Inc.,
    Lexington.Polyurethane rolls with graft polyacrylate curatives.
    Inventors: Bhaskar Gopalanarayanan, Kelly Killeen, Johnny Massie II and
    Jing Sun, all of Lexington. Patent 7,166,358 assigned to
    Lexmark.Catalytic cleavage of phosphate ester bonds by boron chelates.
    Inventor: David Atwood, Lexington. Patent 7,166,591 assigned to the
    University of Kentucky Research Foundation, Lexington.Lamp containing
    pulse width modulated voltage conversion circuit. Inventors: Ernest
    Weyrauch, Cookeville, Tenn., and Matthew Ballenger and George Kendrick,
    both of Lexington. Patent 7,166,964 assigned to Osram Sylvania Inc.,
    Danvers, Mass.Standby temperature control to minimize fuser droop and
    overshoot. Inventor: James Gilmore, Lexington. Patent 7,167,660
    assigned to Lexmark.Method and device for conveying waste toner in an
    image forming device. Inventors: Donald Stafford and William Smith,
    both of Georgetown; Robert McAlpine and Alfred Fahmy, both of
    Lexington; Franklin Palumbo, Nicholasville; and Gregory Tigges,
    Frankfort. Patent 7,167,672 assigned to Lexmark.Method and apparatus
    for using continuous media stock in a cut-sheet image forming device.
    Inventors: Daniel Cahill, Verona; Curtis Woodson, Georgetown; and David
    Schneider, Lexington. Patent 7,167,673 assigned to Lexmark.