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LEXMARK’s NEW PATENTS

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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:
    Method
    for performing edge-to-edge transition during printing with an imaging
    apparatus. Inventors: John Bates, Harrodsburg; Bruce DeBoard,
    Lexington; Kenneth Linville, Winchester; and Randall Mayo, Georgetown.
    Patent 7,168,785 assigned to Lexmark International Inc.,
    Lexington.Release mechanism for facilitating supply cartridge
    installation and removal. Inventors: Michael Benson and William
    Connors, both of Lexington, and Brian Naro, Bessemer, Ala. Patent
    7,168,799 assigned to Lexmark.Process for making a micro-fluid ejection
    head structure. Inventors: Craig Bertelsen and Sean Weaver, both of
    Union; Gary Holt Jr. and Gary Williams, both of Lexington; and Brian
    Hart, Georgetown. Patent 7,169,538 assigned to Lexmark.Lamp that sets
    desired RMS load voltage with variable pulse width modulation.
    Inventors: Ernest Weyrauch, Cookeville, Tenn., and Matthew Ballenger
    and George Kendrick, both of Lexington. Patent 7,170,231 assigned to
    Osram Sylvania Inc., Danvers, Mass.Method of setting desired RMS load
    voltage in a lamp. Inventors: Ernest Weyrauch, Cookeville, Tenn., and
    Matthew Ballenger and George Kendrick, both of Lexington. Patent
    7,170,236 assigned to Osram Sylvania.White vector adjustment via
    exposure. Inventors: Gary Denton, Lexington; Roger Cannon,
    Nicholasville; and Eric Westerfield, Versailles. Patent 7,171,134
    assigned to Lexmark.