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Systems and methods for document analytics

A system and method dynamically analyze documents to determine relevancy of a document relatively quickly and efficiently. Potentially relevant documents can be determined using a search string and then converted into corresponding document data structures for analysis. ... Aplix

Connection element for forming the male portion of an automatic fastener

Sheet having fastening elements, comprising a base strip made of thermoplastic material and at least one element made from the strip, the element consisting of a stem extending in a transverse, in particular vertical, direction to the plane of the base strip, and having a cross section which is substantially uniform or decreases from the base strip towards the apex of the stem, in particular as far as the apex of the stem, and a part forming a head which protrudes laterally from the apex of the stem.. . ... Aplix

Closure system with distinct breaking forces

A closure system includes a first unit that includes a base presenting two opposite faces, a first retaining element arranged on the first face of the base, and a bonding layer arranged on the second face of the base. The closure system also includes a second unit comprising a base presenting two opposite faces, a second retaining element arranged on the first face of the base and adapted to engage the first retaining element, and a bonding layer arranged on the second face of the base. ... Aplix

Fastener

A fastening element includes a gripping portion having a gripping face and a back face opposite the gripping face, an anchoring portion comprising an anchor proximal end affixed to the gripping portion and an anchor distal end, the anchoring portion comprising at least one resilient clip configured to anchor the fastening element in a substrate with a retention force greater than an insertion force necessary for inserting the anchoring portion into a mounted position on a substrate. The at least one resilient clip includes a clip proximal end located in proximity to the anchor distal end and a clip distal end located in proximity to the anchor proximal end, a compression portion extending from the clip proximal end and configured to cause a deflection of the at least one clip toward a longitudinal axis of the anchoring portion during insertion of the anchoring portion into a receiver of the substrate, a shoulder extending from a terminus of the compression portion toward the longitudinal axis of the anchoring portion, and a retaining portion configured to exert a retaining force on the substrate based on the resilient action of the at least one clip, the retaining portion extending at a non-orthogonal angle from a position near the shoulder toward the clip distal end as measured relative to a radial axis of the anchoring portion.. ... Aplix

Reinforced non-woven fabric, assembly including such a fabric, and method for treating a non-woven fabric

A non-woven sheet (10) comprises at least one zone of reinforcement (20a, 20b, 20c, 20d) in which fibers and/or filaments constituting the sheet are bonded together in a reinforcing pattern (22) comprising a plurality of geometric shapes (24), the zone of reinforcement extending over the entire length (l) of the sheet measured in the longitudinal direction (x1), and over a width (l1, l2) strictly less than the width (l) of the sheet (10) measured in a lateral direction (y1) orthogonal to the longitudinal direction (x1). The sheet (10) thus further comprises at least one non-reinforced zone (30a, 30b). ... Aplix

Closure device with hooks in hooks having a sensory effect

Device for closing the opening of a sack, in particular a sack made of flexible material, comprising a first element with hooks and a second element with hooks, the hooks (9) of the two elements engaging into one another to achieve the closure of the opening, each element with hooks comprising a base strip (7, 8) and hooks coming from the strip.. . ... Aplix

Method for providing a laminate with a hook and loop fastening volume, and resulting laminate

The invention relates to a laminate (1) comprising at least one support element (2), for example a nonwoven fabric, in particular an sms nonwoven, and at least one nonwoven loop fabric (3), in particular a carded nonwoven, secured to the support element (1), in particular by means of calendaring with the first nonwoven fabric, characterised in that the curve representing the force required to stretch the laminate along a given axis (e.g. The md axis or the cd axis of the laminate) as a function of elongation, comprises a segment in which, starting from a zero elongation value, the force increases from zero up to a maximum force, corresponding in particular to the rupture of the laminate, and the curve comprises an inflection point (pi) on said segment.. ... Aplix

Strip or lap comprising loops, in the form of a laminate with printed patterns

The invention relates to a strip or lap comprising loops, in the form of a laminate with printed patterns. The laminate for forming a loop strip or lap, in particular the landing zone of nappies, includes at least one nonwoven layer having a lower face and an upper face opposite the lower face; at least one layer of ink applied to the upper face of at least the nonwoven layer; and at least one external textile layer from which loops project externally in order to engage with hooks of a self-fastening hook and loop device, at least one textile layer being secured to the upper face of at least the nonwoven layer.. ... Aplix

Looped layer or strip including differential attachment areas and nappy comprising such a layer

The invention relates to a looped layer in the form of a laminate including an inner supporting element (1), for example a non-woven fabric or a plastic film, and a plurality of fibres and/or filaments (3) attached to the outer surface of the supporting element so as to form loops for engaging with hooks, the attachment being carried out in a attachment region, while in at least one other so-called looped region the filaments and/or fibres are not attached to the supporting element so as to form loops, characterised in that at least in one area (5) of at least one attachment region the attachment is only carried out in a partial manner, while at least in one other area (4) of at least one attachment region the attachment is carried out in a complete manner.. . ... Aplix

Method of assembling at least two units, and a corresponding assembled structure

The invention provides a method wherein a first unit (10) is provided having a field of grip elements (12), and a second unit (20) provided with retention means (22) suitable for co-operating with the grip elements (12) of the first unit (10) in order to provide a self-gripping fastening. The first and second units are put into contact in such a manner that the grip elements (12) of the first unit and the retention means (22) of the second unit provide a self-gripping fastening (f). ... Aplix

Fastener

A fastening element is provided. The fastening element includes a gripping portion having a first face and a second face the first face of the gripping portion comprising a plurality of gripping elements, and an anchoring portion offset from the second face and extending parallel thereto so as to form a flange portion, wherein the flange portion comprises at least one chamfer located at a terminal section of the flange portion.. ... Aplix








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