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Title: US5424553: Method for aligning a lenticular material for printing
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Country: US United States of America

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Inventor: Morton, Roger A.; Penfield, NY

Assignee: Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, NY
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Published / Filed: 1995-06-13 / 1994-05-16

Application Number: US1994000243020

IPC Code: Advanced: G02B 27/22; G03B 35/24; G03C 9/08;
Core: G03B 35/18; G03C 9/00; more...
IPC-7: G01V 8/12;

ECLA Code: G02B27/22L; G03B35/24;

U.S. Class: Current: 250/548; 250/559.3; 254/112;
Original: 250/548; 250/561; 254/112;

Field of Search: 250/548,557,561 356/400,401,12,13,14,374 354/112,114,115 359/519,621,622,623

Priority Number:
1994-05-16  US1994000243020

Abstract: A method for aligning a lenticular material for the printing of an image onto a printing surface of a lenticular material for the purpose of forming a 3-D image is disclosed comprising the steps of:
  • a) directing a radiation beam to the lenticular material such that at least one of the lenticules focuses the radiation beam at the printing surface of the lenticular material;
  • b) positioning a radiation sensitive array at a reference position that will yield a maximum sensed radiation when the position of the focused radiation beam on the printing surface of the lenticular material is in correct printing alignment; and
  • c) adjusting the position of the lenticular material to maximize the radiation sensed by the radiation sensitive array.


Attorney, Agent or Firm: Dugas, Edward ;

Primary / Asst. Examiners: Hudspeth, David R.; Steady, Jacqueline M.

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I claim:     1. A method for aligning a lenticular material for the printing of an image onto a printing surface of the lenticular material, comprising the steps of:
  • a) directing a radiation beam to the lenticular material such that at least one of the lenticules focuses the radiation beam at the printing surface of the lenticular material;
  • b) positioning a radiation sensitive array at a reference position that will yield a maximum sensed radiation when the position of the focused radiation beam on the printing surface of the lenticular material is in correct printing alignment; and
  • c) adjusting the position of the lenticular material to maximize the radiation sensed by the radiation sensitive array.


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Other Abstract Info: DERABS G1995-223780 DERABS G1995-223780

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