Toner Printing, as a Glue Patent Now Available. Looking for Collaborative Partners.

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Date: Tuesday May 14, 2024 03:06:58 pm
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  • jim
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    Toner Printing, as a Glue Patent Now Available. Looking for Collaborative Partners.
    One of the under-utilized capabilities of dry Toner, is toner can be a form of Glue. Toner will soften when heated and can be used like a hot-melt glue-gun. Toner printed paper, can be hot-ironed, or thermal laminated and will laminate to other objects.

    American Printer - Buck Crowley Interview
    Buck Crowley
    Email: buck_crowley@msn.com

    This can be used to make:

    ~ Envelopes or Pouches, fold and then heat-seal.
    ~ Books, by heat sticking the sheets’ edges together.
    ~ Labels toner-backed, hot laminated to objects
    ~ Decorate by hot-ironing gold-foil into toner.
    ~ Security created by hot-ironing toner with MICR or Magnetic adjective material.

    These “Toner As-An-Adhesive” techniques are documented in Buck Crowley’s 3 US patents.  We are looking for Collaborative Partners to sell and service Toner adhesive devices for their applications.

    Contact us now for more info at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/buckautomation or https://buckcrowley.com/

    About me: https://aicorespot.io/team-member/buck-crowley/

    “Crowley is the mind behind many industry firsts.”
    https://www.piworld.com/article/printing-industries-of-america-announces-the-2016-robert-f-reed-technology-medal-recipient/

    Lifetime Achievement Award: Recent, Lifetime Achievement Award, 2022, Xplor™ International
    Buck Crowley has spent 20 years automating Commercial Web Presses. He put the first computer control on a web press eventually automating every process, reducing waste and the number of people to run a press. This process was covered by 20 of his US patents. He was responsible for the first jam-free sheet feeder for the Xerox 9700 as well as roll feed in, cutsheet out for the 3800.
    How to Apply for a Patent (or IP) in the Philippiens - Fab.ph

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