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Standale J Cull

from Dayton, OH
Age ~66

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  • 733 Stonequarry Rd, Dayton, OH 45414 (937) 454-1224

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Optically Decodable Security Document

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US Patent:
6139066, Oct 31, 2000
Filed:
Mar 26, 1999
Appl. No.:
9/276980
Inventors:
William Harvey Mowry - Dayton OH
Standale Joseph Cull - Dayton OH
Assignee:
The Standard Register Company - Dayton OH
International Classification:
B42D 1500
US Classification:
283 93
Abstract:
An optically decodable security document is provided comprising a security image area defined on a face of the document. The security image area is divided into a plurality of image element cells defining an array of image element cells across the security image area. The image element cells define first and second diagonal axes and a cell center positioned at the intersection of the first and second diagonal axes. A first type of printed tiling element is printed in selected ones of the image element cells to define a printed security image within the security image area. A second type of printed tiling element is printed in selected ones of the image element cells to define a printed complementary security image within the security image area. Individual ones of the first and second types of printed tiling elements comprise printed units positioned within the respective image element cells so as to define substantially equal printed tones defined by the printed units across the first and second types of printed tiling elements. The printed units within the first and second types of printed tiling elements are arranged such that (i) an imaging band extending across the security image and the complementary security image, parallel to one of the first and second diagonal axes, demarcates a security image band in the security image area and a complementary security image band in the complementary security image area, and (ii) the security image band and the complementary security image band are characterized by substantially different intra-band printed tones defined by the printed units within the security image band and the complementary security image band.

Prismatic Printing

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US Patent:
6206429, Mar 27, 2001
Filed:
Jan 19, 2000
Appl. No.:
9/487078
Inventors:
Standale Joseph Cull - Dayton OH
Stephen D. Webendorfer - Miamisburg OH
Joseph V. Riccardella - Beavercreek OH
William H. Mowry - Dayton OH
Assignee:
The Standard Register Company - Dayton OH
International Classification:
B42D15/00
US Classification:
283 93
Abstract:
A security document production scheme is presented for the creation of a security document including a prismatic multi-color security image. In accordance with one embodiment of the present invention, a security document is provided comprising a security image defined on a face of the document. The security image is defined along first and second dimensions by the superposition of a primary security image portion and a secondary security image portion. The primary security image portion is defined by security image elements of a first color. The secondary security image portion is defined by security image elements of a second color. The primary security image portion is arranged to include first, second, and third types of security image segments. The secondary security image portion is arranged to include first, second, and third types of security image segments. The first type of security image segment defines an image element tone that decreases in magnitude along the first dimension of the security image and that maintains a substantially constant magnitude along the second dimension of the security image.

Prismatic Printing

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US Patent:
6318759, Nov 20, 2001
Filed:
Dec 6, 2000
Appl. No.:
9/731082
Inventors:
Standale Joseph Cull - Dayton OH
Stephen D. Webendorfer - Miamisburg OH
Joseph V. Riccardella - Beavercreek OH
William H. Mowry - Dayton OH
Assignee:
The Standard Register Company - Dayton OH
International Classification:
B42D 1500
US Classification:
283 93
Abstract:
A security document production scheme is presented for the creation of a security document including a prismatic multi-color security image. In accordance with one embodiment of the present invention, a security document is provided comprising a security image defined on a face of the document. The security image is defined along first and second dimensions by the superposition of a primary security image portion and a secondary security image portion. The primary security image portion is defined by security image elements of a first color. The secondary security image portion is defined by security image elements of a second color. The primary security image portion is arranged to include first, second, and third types of security image segments. The secondary security image portion is arranged to include first, second, and third types of security image segments. The first type of security image segment defines an image element tone that decreases in magnitude along the first dimension of the security image and that maintains a substantially constant magnitude along the second dimension of the security image.
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