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  • 12226 168Th St W, Lakeville, MN 55044
  • Dakota, MN
  • Henderson, MN
  • Gurnee, IL
  • Savage, MN
  • Burnsville, MN

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Dunwoody College Of Technology

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Location:
Lakeville, MN
Industry:
Chemicals
Work:

Dunwoody College of Technology

3M中国有限公司
Retired
Education:
Dunwoody College of Technology 1969 - 1971
Associates, Mechanical Engineering
Dunwoody College of Technology
Skills:
Product Development
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Alden Miles

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Publications

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Method And Apparatus For Adhering Linerless Repositionable Sheets Onto Articles

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US Patent:
6352751, Mar 5, 2002
Filed:
Nov 19, 1999
Appl. No.:
09/443430
Inventors:
Alden R. Miles - Lakeville MN
Timothy A. Mertens - Woodbury MN
Assignee:
3M Innovative Properties Company - St. Paul MN
International Classification:
B32B 712
US Classification:
428 401, 283 56, 283 81, 283101, 428 421, 428 422, 428 423, 428194, 428906
Abstract:
A method and apparatus for sequentially and precisely registering cut sheets for application onto advertising signatures at high speeds employs an initial roll of sheeting material. The sheeting material is unwound to track a process path, where eyemarks on the sheeting material are detected for use in registering the sheeting material to be cut into discrete sheets and to be aligned with a moving advertising signature for affixation thereto. The sheeting material has a repositionable pressure sensitive adhesive along one side edge thereof for use in adhering the cut sheet to the advertising signature. In one embodiment, the sheeting material is generally opaque adjacent one side edge and is sufficiently transparent adjacent its other side edge so that when a sheet cut from the sheeting material is adhered to an advertising signature, images on the advertising signature are visible through at least a portion of the sheet.

Method And Apparatus For Adhering Linerless Repositionable Sheets Onto Articles

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US Patent:
6383591, May 7, 2002
Filed:
Oct 8, 1996
Appl. No.:
08/729780
Inventors:
Alden R. Miles - Lakeville MN
Timothy A. Mertens - Woodbury MN
Assignee:
3M Innovative Properties Company - St. Paul MN
International Classification:
B42D 1500
US Classification:
428 401, 40359, 40360, 283 81, 428 416, 428 421, 428 422, 428 423, 428 43, 428343, 428354, 428906, 428914
Abstract:
A method and apparatus for sequentially and precisely registering cut sheets for application onto advertising signatures at high speeds employs an initial roll of sheeting material. The sheeting material is unwound to track a process path, where eyemarks on the sheeting material are detected for use in registering the sheeting material to be cut into discrete sheets and to be aligned with a moving advertising signature for affixation thereto. The sheeting material has a repositionable pressure sensitive adhesive along one side edge thereof for use in adhering the cut sheet to the advertising signature. In one embodiment, the sheeting material is generally opaque adjacent one side edge and is sufficiently transparent adjacent its other side edge so that when a sheet cut from the sheeting material is adhered to an advertising signature, images on the advertising signature are visible through at least a portion of the sheet.

Method For Adhering Linerless Repositionable Sheets Onto Articles

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US Patent:
6773539, Aug 10, 2004
Filed:
Nov 28, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/996155
Inventors:
Timothy A. Mertens - Woodbury MN
Alden R. Miles - Lakeville MN
Mark G. Gjertson - Newport MN
Melvin R. Collins - Power Springs GA
Nora J. Grayson - Dallas GA
Dennis L. Luense - Acworth GA
Assignee:
3M Innovative Properties Company - St. Paul MN
International Classification:
B32B 3104
US Classification:
156277, 156 64, 156256, 156353, 156521
Abstract:
A method for sequentially and precisely registering cut sheets for application onto advertising signatures at high speeds employs an initial roll of sheeting material. The sheeting material is unwound to track a process path, where eyemarks on the sheeting material are detected for use in registering the sheeting material to be cut into discrete sheets and to be aligned with a moving advertising signature for affixation thereto. The sheeting material has a repositionable pressure sensitive adhesive along one side edge thereof for use in adhering the cut sheet to the advertising signature. In one embodiment, the sheeting material is generally opaque adjacent one side edge and is sufficiently transparent adjacent its other side edge so that when a sheet cut from the sheeting material is adhered to an advertising signature, images on the advertising signature are visible through at least a portion of the sheet.

Method For Adhering Linerless Repositionable Sheets Onto Articles

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US Patent:
20040180170, Sep 16, 2004
Filed:
Mar 18, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/805552
Inventors:
Timothy Mertens - Saint Paul MN, US
Alden Miles - Saint Paul MN, US
Mark Gjertson - Saint Paul MN, US
Melvin Collins - Saint Paul MN, US
Nora Grayson - Saint Paul MN, US
Dennis Luense - Saint Paul MN, US
International Classification:
B32B009/00
B32B033/00
US Classification:
428/040100, 156/230000
Abstract:
A method for sequentially and precisely registering cut sheets for application onto advertising signatures at high speeds employs an initial roll of sheeting material. The sheeting material is unwound to track a process path, where eyemarks on the sheeting material are detected for use in registering the sheeting material to be cut into discrete sheets and to be aligned with a moving advertising signature for affixation thereto. The sheeting material has a repositionable pressure sensitive adhesive along one side edge thereof for use in adhering the cut sheet to the advertising signature. In one embodiment, the sheeting material is generally opaque adjacent one side edge and is sufficiently transparent adjacent its other side edge so that when a sheet cut from the sheeting material is adhered to an advertising signature, images on the advertising signature are visible through at least a portion of the sheet.

Advertising Inserts And Methods Of Making Same

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US Patent:
20060251845, Nov 9, 2006
Filed:
May 9, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/125013
Inventors:
Alden Miles - Lakeville MN, US
International Classification:
B32B 33/00
US Classification:
428042300, 428040100
Abstract:
The present invention pertains to an advertising insert. The insert has a liner, a transparent carrier, and a plurality of repostionable items. The carrier is disposed on the liner via a transparent adhesive. The carrier has a top surface opposite a bottom surface, the bottom surface being coated with the transparent adhesive. The repositionable items are disposed on the top surface of the carrier. Each repositionable item has a backing having a first surface opposite a second surface. The first surface has a repositionable adhesive coated on a portion thereof. Each item is stacked on top of another such that the first surface of one repositionable item contacts the second surface of another repositionable item.

Paper Binding Machine

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US Patent:
D3200400, Sep 17, 1991
Filed:
May 12, 1989
Appl. No.:
7/351722
Inventors:
Alden R. Miles - Burnsville MN
Paul S. Montgomery - San Francisco CA
Assignee:
Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company - Saint Paul MN
US Classification:
D18 34

Method Of Article Assembly Formation

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US Patent:
60632291, May 16, 2000
Filed:
Feb 3, 1998
Appl. No.:
9/018132
Inventors:
Alden R. Miles - Lakeville MN
Timothy A. Mertens - Woodbury MN
Assignee:
3M Innovative Properties Company - St. Paul MN
International Classification:
B32B 3104
US Classification:
156277
Abstract:
A method of applying repositionable pressure-sensitive adhesive sheets to moving articles includes aligning a plurality of articles for sequential movement through a sheet application station. Each article has at least two different sheet landing areas defined on a common surface thereof. A repositionable pressure-sensitive adhesive sheet from a first applicator is applied at the sheet application station onto a first landing area of every other article as it passes the sheet application station. A repositionable pressure-sensitive adhesive sheet from a second applicator is applied onto a second different landing area on all of the remaining articles as they pass through the sheet application station. The resultant stack of articles formed in this way does not have all of the note sheets aligned vertically in the stack, thus reducing the overall height of the stack by dispersing horizontally the added thicknesses of the note sheets on the articles.

Adhesive Tape Dispenser

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US Patent:
D2996588, Jan 31, 1989
Filed:
Nov 26, 1986
Appl. No.:
6/935536
Inventors:
Lloyd S. Vasilakes - North St. Paul MN
Eugene N. Reshanov - Golden Valley MN
Alden R. Miles - Burnsville MN
Assignee:
Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company - St. Paul MN
US Classification:
D19 69
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