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LAYERED RECEIVER SHEET

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000027251D
Original Publication Date: 1995-Dec-31
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2004-Apr-07
Document File: 2 page(s) / 57K

Publishing Venue

Xerox Disclosure Journal

Abstract

Disclosed is a method of making and using a layered receiver sheet that provides an operator with the capability of preparing personalized or custom printed pressure sensitive adhesive bearing note paper stock. Pressure sensitive note paper, for example, the highly successful POST-IT@ Notes, a product of 3M Corporation, has numerous useful applications, including book markers and stationary. Personalized or custom printed stationary can be prepared by attaching commercially available pressure sensitive note stock to a suitable carrier or receiver sheet and thereafter printing xerographically or otherwise, a personalized name, message, logo, and the like, onto the surface of the note stock. The carrier sheet or substrate serves to transport the note stock through the printing or imaging process while masking the adhesive thereby preventing various complications or failures, such as jamming. The carrier sheet may serve as a note stock support following the printing step or the note stock can be removed and thereafter reused.

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XEROX DISCLOSURE JOURNAL

LAYERED RECEIVER SHEET Proposed Classification Lynn J. Bluett US. C1.355/311 David J. Fraser
Robert A. Gill
Fred A. Elder
Richard B. McGriff
Raymond R. Wells

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Disclosed is a method of making and using a layered receiver sheet that provides an operator with the capability of preparing personalized or custom printed pressure sensitive adhesive bearing note paper stock. Pressure sensitive note paper, for example, the highly successful POST-IT@ Notes, a product of 3M Corporation, has numerous useful applications, including book markers and stationary. Personalized or custom printed stationary can be prepared by attaching commercially available pressure sensitive note stock to a suitable carrier or receiver sheet and thereafter printing xerographically or otherwise, a personalized name, message, logo, and the like, onto the surface of the note stock. The carrier sheet or substrate serves to transport the note stock through the printing or imaging process while masking the adhesive thereby preventing various complications or failures, such as jamming. The carrier sheet may serve as a note stock support following the printing step or the note stock can be removed and thereafter reused.

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