LEXMARK’s NEW CONSUMABLES PATENTS

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LEXMARK’s NEW CONSUMABLES PATENTS

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    Kentucky patents
    The U.S. Patent Office issues patents weekly. These patents were issued Tuesday for inventors or assignees in the Lexington area:
    Cash-dispensing automated banking machine user interface system and method for use. Inventors: James Block, North Lawrence, Ohio; Paul Magee, North Canton, Ohio; Harold Putman, Lexington; and H. Thomas Graef, Bolivar, Ohio. Patent 7,258,269 assigned to Diebold Self-Service Systems division of Diebold Inc., North Canton, Ohio.
    Eliminating drag of media sensor in printer media transport. Inventors: Kevin Johnson, Georgetown; Michael Lawrence, Lexington; and Bryan Scharf, Richmond. Patent 7,258,335 assigned to Lexmark International Inc., Lexington.
    Method of informing a user of end of life of a consumable for an inkjet printer. Inventors: Frank Anderson, Sadieville; George Parish, Winchester; and Timothy Strunk and John Zbrozek, both of Lexington. Patent 7,258,411 assigned to Lexmark.
    Inkjet printheads having multiple label placement positions for air diffusion vents. Inventors: Brian Smith, Fort Collins, Colo., and David Greer and Sara Coneway, both of Lexington. Patent 7,258,434 assigned to Lexmark.
    Electrical connectors for toner cartridges in an image forming device. Inventors: Jedediah Dawson, Akash Chaudhuri and Darin Gettelfinger, all of Lexington. Patent 7,258,558 assigned to Lexmark.
    Mutants and assay system to identify USP/RXR ligands. Inventors: Grace Jones and Davy Jones, both of Lexington. Patent 7,259,254 assigned to the University of Kentucky Research Foundation, Lexington.Tri-state detection circuit for use in devices associated with an imaging system. Inventor: Adam Ahne, Lexington. Patent 7,259,588 assigned to Lexmark.Fuser unit operation for gloss consistency. Inventors: Daniel Carter, Georgetown, and John Kietzman and Calvin Murphy, both of Lexington. Patent 7,260,339 assigned to Lexmark.