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Ink With Cohesive Failure And Identification Document Including Same

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US Patent:
7143950, Dec 5, 2006
Filed:
Dec 23, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/329315
Inventors:
Robert Jones - Andover MA,
Bentley Bloomberg - Maynard MA,
Assignee:
Digimarc Corporation - Beaverton OR
International Classification:
G06K 19/02
G06K 19/06
US Classification:
235488, 235494, 235491, 4281951
Abstract:
The present invention provides ink that is designed to cohesively fail upon a de-lamination attack. A resulting failure pattern is preferably difficult to predict. The ink is applied to an identification document including a core and laminate layer. The ink is characterized such that an adhesive strength of the ink to the core and an adhesive strength of the ink to the laminate layer is each greater than the cohesive strength of the ink itself. Thus, the ink rips apart in a somewhat random-like manner upon a de-lamination attack. The ink can be arranged in interwoven or interlocking patterns or in other desired patterns and locations.

Use Of Pearlescent And Other Pigments To Create A Security Document

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US Patent:
7498075, Mar 3, 2009
Filed:
Dec 7, 2004
Appl. No.:
11/007058
Inventors:
Bentley Bloomberg - Maynard MA,
Robert L. Jones - Andover MA,
International Classification:
B32B 3/00
G06K 19/06
US Classification:
428201, 428203, 428204, 428206, 235491, 235468
Abstract:
A security material for documents comprises a first layer of material, such as a polymeric film or laminate, having first and second sides. A pearlescent material is applied to at least one of the first and second sides. The pearlescent material defines a pattern comprising at least two different colors that are at least partially interlocked in the pattern, and the pattern permits printed information that is overlaid by the pattern to be effectively perceived.

Ink With Cohesive Failure And Identification Document Including Same

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US Patent:
7819327, Oct 26, 2010
Filed:
Dec 5, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/567061
Inventors:
Robert L. Jones - Andover MA,
Bentley Bloomberg - Maynard MA,
Assignee:
L-1 Secure Credentialing, Inc. - Billerica MA
International Classification:
G06K 19/02
US Classification:
235488, 235491, 283109
Abstract:
The present invention provides identification documents with security features. For example, a document may include two or more inks that are designed to cohesively fail upon a de-lamination attack. A resulting failure pattern is preferably difficult to predict. The two or more inks are applied to an identification document including a core and laminate layer. At least one of the inks is characterized such that an adhesive strength of the ink to the core and an adhesive strength of the ink to the laminate layer is each greater than the cohesive strength of the ink itself. Thus, the ink rips apart in a somewhat random-like manner upon a de-lamination attack. The ink can be arranged in interwoven or interlocking patterns or in other desired patterns and locations.

Use Of Pearlescent And Other Pigments To Create A Security Document

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US Patent:
2003006, Apr 3, 2003
Filed:
Oct 2, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/969200
Inventors:
Bentley Bloomberg - Maynard MA,
Robert Jones - Andover MA,
International Classification:
G06K019/06
US Classification:
235/494000
Abstract:
A security instrument and method of forming the same, in which the instrument is comprised of a series of layers which overlay one another, and in which at least one of the layers has a pattern imprinted thereon in a predetermined location, with pearlescent materials of varying colors and hues. When the layers are bonded together on a base member, a design emerges at the surface that provides optical variations, depending on the attitude and lighting at which the instrument is viewed.

Ink With Cohesive Failure And Identification Document Including Same

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US Patent:
2011025, Oct 27, 2011
Filed:
Oct 25, 2010
Appl. No.:
12/911447
Inventors:
Robert L. Jones - Andover MA,
Bentley Bloomberg - Maynard MA,
Assignee:
L-1 Secure Credentialing, Inc. - Burlington MA
International Classification:
G06K 19/02
C09D 129/08
B32B 37/02
C09D 11/00
B32B 37/12
G06K 19/06
C09D 177/08
US Classification:
235488, 524577, 524606, 156 60
Abstract:
The present invention provides identification documents with security features. For example, a document may include two or more inks that are designed to cohesively fail upon a de-lamination attack. A resulting failure pattern is preferably difficult to predict. The two or more inks are applied to an identification document including a core and laminate layer. At least one of the inks is characterized such that an adhesive strength of the ink to the core and an adhesive strength of the ink to the laminate layer is each greater than the cohesive strength of the ink itself. Thus, the ink rips apart in a somewhat random-like manner upon a de-lamination attack. The ink can be arranged in interwoven or interlocking patterns or in other desired patterns and locations.
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