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Richard S Himmelwright

age ~68

from Glen, NH

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Richard Himmelwright Phones & Addresses

  • Glen, NH
  • 22 Brookside Rd, Wilbraham, MA 01095 • 413-596-8459
  • Three Rivers, MA
  • Melrose, MA
  • 22 Brookside Cir, Wilbraham, MA 01095 • 603-502-5262

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    Protective Service Occupations

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Richard S. Himmelwright
Manager
27 GAYLORD, LLC
4 Springfield St, Three Rivers, MA 01080
Richard Himmelwright
Advanced Resin Coatings, LLC
Blast Furnace-Steel Works
4 Springfield St, Three Rivers, MA 01080
PO Box 87, Three Rivers, MA 01080
413-283-9052

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Springfield, Massachusetts Area
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Us Patents

  • Imageable Backlit Composite Structure

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  • US Patent:
    6338892, Jan 15, 2002
  • Filed:
    Oct 13, 1999
  • Appl. No.:
    09/418153
  • Inventors:
    John P. McCue - Holyoke MA
    Richard S. Himmelwright - Wilbraham MA
  • Assignee:
    Rexam Graphics - South Hadley MA
  • International Classification:
    B32B 2714
  • US Classification:
    428195, 428212, 428213, 428690, 428913
  • Abstract:
    The present invention provide a composite structure comprising an image receiving layer having an image disposed thereon and a light emitting layer, wherein said light emitting layer comprises a phosphorescent or fluorescent material capable of illuminating said image.
  • Ink Jet Imaging Process And Recording Element For Use Therein

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  • US Patent:
    61655937, Dec 26, 2000
  • Filed:
    Sep 29, 1998
  • Appl. No.:
    9/162947
  • Inventors:
    Donald Armand Brault - Granby MA
    Douglas Allan Cahill - Belchertown MA
    Richard Scott Himmelwright - Wilbraham MA
    Dene Harvey Taylor - Holyoke MA
  • Assignee:
    Rexam Graphics Incorporated - South hadley MA
  • International Classification:
    B32B 300
  • US Classification:
    428195
  • 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.
  • Electrographic Process

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  • US Patent:
    54754801, Dec 12, 1995
  • Filed:
    Nov 4, 1994
  • Appl. No.:
    8/334426
  • Inventors:
    Douglas A. Cahill - Belchertown MA
    Donald A. Brault - Granby MA
    Richard S. Himmelwright - Wilbraham MA
  • Assignee:
    Rexham Graphics Inc. - South Hadley MA
  • International Classification:
    G03G 1514
    B41C 300
  • US Classification:
    655278
  • Abstract:
    A novel two step process is disclosed for the manufacture of protected, distortion-free, full-color electrographic images for use on large format posters, billboards and the like. A novel electrographic element, which is used in the process, comprises a carrier layer; optionally, a protective layer; a conductive layer; a dielectric layer; and a substantially tack-free, adhesive layer which is activated at a pressure and a temperature which is above ambient pressure and temperature of the electrographic element. The novel electrographic imaging process comprises: A) producing a toned image layer on the surface of the electrographic element, so that the toned image layer is adhered to the surface of the adhesive layer; and B) pressure laminating the receptor substrate at an elevated temperature to the toned image layer to form the completed electrographic image. Optionally, the carrier layer is stripped from the conductive or protective layer which then serves to protect the electrographic image from abrasion and environmental contaminants. Alternatively, the carrier layer is conductive and, along with the conductive layer (if present), is stripped from the dielectric layer which then serves to protect the electrographic image from abrasion and environmental contaminants.
  • Stabilized Tabular Silver Halide Grain Emulsions

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  • US Patent:
    48882739, Dec 19, 1989
  • Filed:
    Feb 26, 1988
  • Appl. No.:
    7/160710
  • Inventors:
    Richard S. Himmelwright - Melrose MA
    Avinash C. Mehta - Belmont MA
    Lloyd D. Taylor - Lexington MA
  • Assignee:
    Polaroid Corporation - Cambridge MA
  • International Classification:
    G03C 134
  • US Classification:
    430569
  • Abstract:
    Silver halide emulsions containing tabular silver halide grains are stabilized by the employment of a compound of the formula ##STR1## where R is --SO. sub. 2 NH. sub. 2, In a preferred embodiment an azaindene is also employed.
  • Electrographic Imaging Process

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  • US Patent:
    53631790, Nov 8, 1994
  • Filed:
    Sep 3, 1993
  • Appl. No.:
    8/115563
  • Inventors:
    Douglas A. Cahill - Belchertown MA
    Donald A. Brault - Granby MA
    Richard S. Himmelwright - Wilbraham MA
  • Assignee:
    Rexham Graphics Inc. - South Hadley MA
  • International Classification:
    G03G 1520
  • US Classification:
    355278
  • Abstract:
    A novel two step process is disclosed for the manufacture of protected, distortion-free, full-color electrographic images for use on large format posters, billboards and the like. A novel electrographic element, which is used in the process, comprises a carrier layer; optionally, a protective layer; a conductive layer; a dielectric layer; and a substantially tack-free, adhesive layer which is activated at a pressure and a temperature which is above ambient pressure and temperature of the electrographic element. The novel electrographic imaging process comprises: A) producing a toned image layer on the surface of the electrographic element, so that the toned image layer is adhered to the surface of the adhesive layer; and B) pressure laminating the receptor substrate at an elevated temperature to the toned image layer to form the completed electrographic image. Optionally, the carrier layer is stripped from the conductive or protective layer which then serves to protect the electrographic image from abrasion and environmental contaminants. Alternatively, the carrier layer is conductive and, along with the conductive layer (if present), is stripped from the dielectric layer which then serves to protect the electrographic image from abrasion and environmental contaminants.
  • High Performance Composite And Conductive Ground Plane For Electrostatic Recording Of Information

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  • US Patent:
    53994132, Mar 21, 1995
  • Filed:
    Apr 30, 1993
  • Appl. No.:
    8/054214
  • Inventors:
    Boris J. Katsen - Longmeadow MA
    Dene H. Taylor - Holyoke MA
    Richard S. Himmelwright - Wilbraham MA
    Cynthia F. Klausner - Hadley MA
    Edward W. Sporbert - Chicapee MA
    Barbara J. Stewart - Springfield MA
    John Cavanaugh - Easthampton MA
    Eran Turi - Springfield MA
  • Assignee:
    Rexham Graphics Inc. - South Hadley MA
  • International Classification:
    B32B 300
  • US Classification:
    428195
  • Abstract:
    Provided is a composite material comprising a carrier, a conductive layer formed on the carrier, and a dielectric layer containing spacer particles formed on the conductive layer. The dielectric layer has an abrasion factor less than about 0. 3 determined by a brass shim abrasion method, and a substantially uniform distribution of spacer particles substantially free of flat spots greater than about 100 microns in the x-y direction and 1500 square microns in area on any part of the surface. The spacer particles of the dielectric layer of the composite material preferably are amorphous silica. The composite material is useful in electrostatic imaging technology and provides images substantially free of defects, including artifacts or flares, dropouts and nib writing. Also provided is a process which permits the creation of very stable dispersions of solid particles in a dispersing medium useful for both the dielectric and conductive layers of the composite material of the invention. A white or colored conductive ground plane is also provided.
  • Ink Jet Ink And Process For Making Same

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  • US Patent:
    55390382, Jul 23, 1996
  • Filed:
    Oct 3, 1994
  • Appl. No.:
    8/316834
  • Inventors:
    Boris J. Katsen - Longmeadow MA
    Richard S. Himmelwright - Wilbraham MA
    Barbara J. Stewart - Springfield MA
  • Assignee:
    Rexham Graphics, Inc. - South Hadley MA
  • International Classification:
    C08K 5103
    C08K 5098
    C09D 1102
  • US Classification:
    524399
  • Abstract:
    Provided is an ink jet ink comprised of water, a pigment, a polymeric electrolyte, preferably a sodium, potassium or lithium salt of a polymeric carboxylic acid, a polyhydric alcohol and a stearate, preferably aluminum stearate. The presence of the stearate, particularly in combination with the polymeric electrolyte, provides one with an ink jet ink which upon printing makes a perfectly round dot located only on the surface of the paper. The image also dries very quickly, is of high density and is waterfast. Printing problems are also avoided, such as plugging. The process for preparing the foregoing ink jet ink comprises comminuting a formulation containing the components followed by a separation step. The separation step is important to provide a stable dispersion of the ink formulation.
  • Electrographic Imaging Process

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  • US Patent:
    53709608, Dec 6, 1994
  • Filed:
    Apr 2, 1993
  • Appl. No.:
    8/042283
  • Inventors:
    Douglas A. Cahill - Belchertown MA
    Donald A. Brault - Granby MA
    Richard S. Himmelwright - Wilbraham MA
  • Assignee:
    Rexham Graphics Incorporated - South Hadley MA
  • International Classification:
    G03G 1320
  • US Classification:
    430124
  • Abstract:
    A novel process for forming protected, electrographic image on a substrate is disclosed. An electrographic element used in the process comprises a supporting layer, a conductive layer, and a dielectric layer. A protective element used in the process comprises a temporary support layer, a protective layer, and an adhesive layer. The novel electrographic imaging process comprises the steps of producing a toned electrographic image on the surface of the electrographic element; applying and adhering the adhesive layer of the protective element to the toned electrographic image to form an imaged composite; removing the supporting layer from the composite to uncover the conductive layer; pressure laminating the final substrate to the conductive layer; and then removing the temporary support layer from the protective layer to form the protected, electrographic image on the substrate of choice. The process is useful in manufacturing protected images of all sizes and is particularly suited to making large format images such as billboards.

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