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Dene Taylor: Age, Phone, Address

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Phones & Addresses

Name
Addresses
Phones
Dene C Taylor
10381 Covington Ln, Chardon, OH 44024
(330) 963-0796
Dene H Taylor
101 Lower Old York Rd, New Hope, PA 18938
(215) 862-1333
Dene Taylor
5414 Paulk Dr, Albany, GA 31701
(229) 888-2267
Dene Taylor
Cobb, GA
(229) 853-7520
dene taylor
13728 Hemlock Ct, Saint Paul, MN 55124
(330) 963-0796

Publications

Us Patents

Element And Associated Process For Use With Inkjet Hot Melt Inks For Thermal Image Transfer

US Patent:
5672413, Sep 30, 1997
Filed:
Sep 27, 1995
Appl. No.:
8/534638
Inventors:
Dene Harvey Taylor - Holyoke MA
Douglas Allan Cahill - Belchertown MA
Assignee:
Rexam Graphics Incorporated - South Hadley MA
International Classification:
B32B 300
US Classification:
428195
Abstract:
An element for using hot melt inks in an image transfer system is disclosed. The element has a particular structure which can be imaged with inkjet apparatus and hot melt ink, and the image may be transferred onto a substrate which is difficult to image directly, using heat and pressure. The resulting imaged article and process of obtaining it is also disclosed. The element contains, in order, a temporary carrier sheet, a protective layer and an image receptive adhesive layer, both layers having well defined composition and properties.

Direct Transfer Electrographic Imaging Element And Process

US Patent:
5601959, Feb 11, 1997
Filed:
Jan 13, 1995
Appl. No.:
8/372858
Inventors:
Donald A. Brault - Southbridge MA
Douglas A. Cahill - Belchertown MA
Dene H. Taylor - Holyoke MA
Anthony K. Webb - Vancouver WA
Assignee:
Rexam Graphics, Inc. - South Hadley MA
International Classification:
G03G 1301
US Classification:
430126
Abstract:
A process and associated element for forming an image on an substrate using an electrographic element comprising a releasable dielectric image receptive layer supported on an electrically conductive carrier sheet by applying an adhesive coating on the substrate front surface, producing a toned image on the image receptive dielectric layer, contacting the image to the adhesive layer thereby adhering the electrographic element to the substrate, and separating and removing the carrier sheet from the image receptive layer, whereby the image receptive layer and the toned image remain on the substrate.

Ink Jet Imaging Process And Recording Element For Use Therein

US Patent:
5837375, Nov 17, 1998
Filed:
Dec 20, 1996
Appl. No.:
8/771577
Inventors:
Donald Armand Brault - Granby MA
Douglas Allan Cahill - Belchertown MA
Richard Scott Himmelwright - Welbraham MA
Dene Harvey Taylor - Holyoke MA
Assignee:
Rexham Graphics Incorporated - South Hadley MA
International Classification:
B41M 500
US Classification:
4284111
Abstract:
A novel two step process is disclosed for the manufacture of protected, distortion-free, full-color ink jet images for use on large format posters, billboards and the like. A novel ink receptive element, which is used in the process, comprises a temporary carrier layer; a protective layer; and an adhesive ink receptive layer. The novel imaging process comprises: A) depositing an ink image layer on the surface of the ink receptive element, so that the ink image layer is adhered to the surface of the adhesive, ink receptive layer; B) pressure laminating the receptor substrate to the ink image layer to form a laminated image element; and C) removing the temporary carrier layer from the protective layer of the laminated image element to form a protected imaged substrate. The protective layer then serves to protect the ink image from abrasion and environmental contaminants.

Deionized Clay And Paper Coatings Containing The Same

US Patent:
5100472, Mar 31, 1992
Filed:
Mar 22, 1991
Appl. No.:
7/675015
Inventors:
Gary P. Fugitt - Chillicothe OH
Dale B. Uhrig - Chillicothe OH
Dene H. Taylor - Holyoke MA
Assignee:
The Mead Corporation - Dayton OH
International Classification:
C04B 1404
US Classification:
106486
Abstract:
Paper coatings composition containing highly deionized clay or calcium carbonate are disclosed; the compositions provide equivalent rheology at up to 4% higher solids; the compositions provide enhanced glossability; the highly deionized clay and calcium carbonate are also disclosed.

Combination Freeze Indicators

US Patent:
7490575, Feb 17, 2009
Filed:
Nov 8, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/557841
Inventors:
Dene H. Taylor - New Hope PA, US
Thaddeus Prusik - Stroudsburg PA, US
Dawn Smith - Martinsville NJ, US
Assignee:
Temptime Corporation - Morris Plains NJ
International Classification:
G01K 3/04
G01K 11/12
US Classification:
116216, 116207, 374106
Abstract:
A combination temperature exposure indicator suitable for attachment to, or association with, a host product has a substrate, a freeze indicator supported by the substrate and a cumulative ambient time-temperature indicator also supported by the substrate. The freeze indicator can provide a visual indication of exposure of the freeze indicator to a freezing or near-freezing temperature and the cumulative time-temperature indicator can provide a visual indication of exposure of the cumulative time-temperature indicator to a predetermined cumulative time-temperature value. Also disclosed are: a combination freeze indicator and threshold temperature indicator; a combination threshold indicator and cumulative temperature indicator; and three-way combination indicators that can provide indications of cumulative past temperature exposure, exposure to freezing temperatures and exposure to a temperature above a threshold.

Electrographic Imaging Element

US Patent:
5759636, Jun 2, 1998
Filed:
Dec 18, 1996
Appl. No.:
8/768967
Inventors:
Dene Harvey Taylor - New Hope PA
Everett Wyman Bennett - Easthampton MA
Richard Scott Himmelwright - Wilbraham MA
Douglas Allan Cahill - Belchertown MA
Weitong Shi - Glastonbury CT
Assignee:
Rexam Graphics, Inc. - South Hadley MA
International Classification:
B05D 306
US Classification:
427498
Abstract:
A method for forming electrographic imaging elements comprising a uniform dielectric layer is disclosed. The method comprises coating a conductive coating composition containing polymerizable precursors onto a base, curing the composition to form a conductive layer, and coating a dielectric layer on top of the conductive layer. The elements can be used to produce images have higher image density, reduced background, reduced grain, reduced mottle, reduced overtoning, and greater small-scale uniformity than comparable images formed on electrographic imaging elements produced by other methods. The elements are particularly useful for forming large size colored images, such as are required for posters, displays, other indoor advertising.