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WO/2000/059582A1
The process comprises forming a pre-molded center (13), molding two substantially hemispherical shells (26) having substantially hemispherical cavities, shaping the shells in a press having a top mold (101) and bottom mold (102), each wi...  
WO/2000/057962A1
Disclosed herein is a golf ball (10, 20, 30) comprising fast-chemical-reaction-produced component, such as a component which comprises a reaction injection molded polyurethane material. A process of making a golf ball (10, 20, 30) by for...  
WO/2000/057961A1
Disclosed herein is a golf ball comprising a spherical shell (88, 102) which includes at least an inner first layer (94, 108), a second layer (90, 104), and a third layer (92, 106), the second layer being sandwiched between the first lay...  
WO2000038787A3
A low compression, resilient golf ball (10) having a center (12) and a cover (16), wherein at least a portion of the ball (10) is formed from the conversion reaction of an amount of polybutadiene, a free radical source, and a cis-to-tran...  
WO/2000/051688A1
The present invention is directed toward more durable golf ball cores and more durable golf balls. The golf balls of this invention comprise a cover and a core wherein the core may further comprise a center and one or more layers of a ma...  
WO/2000/047671A1
The present invention is directed to a golf ball (100) comprising a soft cover (102) and a hard cover (102) to produce a resulting molded golf ball having reduced spin rate. The golf ball (100) comprises one or more mentle layers (20, 30...  
WO/2000/047392A1
An improved process for producing polybutadiene golf ball cores is carried out using a sheeter (56) apparatus that forms sheets (33) of golf ball core stock (54). The sheeter (56) has a sheeter inlet positioned proximate an internal mixe...  
WO/2000/047289A1
The present invention is directed to a golf ball comprising a soft core (10) and a hard cover (12) to produce a resulting golf ball having a reduced spin rate. In this regard, a core (10) is provided and metal particles, or other heavy w...  
WO/2000/045900A1
Disclosed herein is a game ball, such as a golf ball (8), having an indicia (14) formed from a UV curable ink containing aluminum trihydroxide (ATH) filler. The ATH improves pad transfer of the ink. An ink composition suitable for pad pr...  
WO/2000/043074A1
This invention relates to golf balls having a relatively soft cover and soft core which, in combination, provide golf balls with PGA compression ratings under 70 and a cover Shore D hardness of about 57 or less having good play 'feel' an...  
WO/2000/043078A1
Disclosed herein is a game ball and method for making the same. The game ball (8) has a non-ionomeric cover (12) which has been treated with crosslink-inducing irradiation at levels of at least 2 megarads (20). The game ball cover is sup...  
WO/2000/041773A1
The present invention provides golf balls (10, 20, 30) having a cover (16, 26, 38), a core (12, 22, 32), and optionally one or more intermediate layers (24, 34, 36) between the cover (10, 20, 30) and the core (16, 26, 38), wherein at lea...  
WO/2000/040304A1
The present invention is directed to improved polybutadiene compositions suitable for use in molded golf ball core construction. The improved polybutadiene compositions are composed of a particular type of solid polybutadiene which has t...  
WO2000021014A3
The present invention is a method for soliciting orders for customized game balls. The present method includes providing a game ball order form accessible through a computer network by one or more users from one or more remote sites. The...  
WO/2000/040303A1
The present invention is directed to improved polybutadiene compositions suitable for use in molded golf ball core construction. The improved polybutadiene compositions are composed of at least two certain types of polybutadiene, which h...  
WO/2000/038795A1
A low compression, resilient golf ball having a center and a cover, made from a polybutadiene reaction product having polybutadiene, a cis-to-trans catalyst including an aromatic component, and a free radical source. The reaction product...  
WO/2000/038787A2
A low compression, resilient golf ball (10) having a center (12) and a cover (16), wherein at least a portion of the ball (10) is formed from the conversion reaction of an amount of polybutadiene, a free radical source, and a cis-to-tran...  
WO/2000/038794A1
A low compression, resilient golf ball having a center and a cover, made from a polybutadiene reaction product having polybutadiene, a cis-to-trans catalyst including an organosulfur component, and a free radical source. The reaction pro...  
WO/2000/038793A1
A low compression, resilient golf ball having a center and a cover, made from a polybutadiene reaction product having polybutadiene, a cis-to-trans catalyst including a Group VIA element, such as at least one of sulfur, polymeric sulfur,...  
WO/2000/035649A1
A method of molding a layer around a body (10) within a mold (12), in which the body (10) is positioned within a mold cavity (16) defined by opposing mold portions (14) of the mold (12), to leave a cavity space between the body (10) and ...  
WO/2000/027481A1
The present invention provides a golf ball (10) and a method for making the ball (10). Two cups (30) are molded from an elastomer separately from a center (14). In one embodiment of the method, the cups (30) are molded on both sides of a...  
WO/2000/023519A1
A thermoplastic composition of (a) a thermoplastic polymer selected from copolyetheresters, elastomeric polyolefins, styrene diene block copolymers, elastomeric polyolefins, thermoplastic polyurethanes and copolyetheramides; (b) a salt o...  
WO/2000/020219A1
The method includes: (a). obtaining an ink composition containing a coloring agent and a resin, the ink composition begin suitable for use in ink jet printing, (b). dispensing the ink composition in the form of indicia on a transfer medi...  
WO/2000/021014A2
The present invention is a method for soliciting orders for customized game balls. The present method includes providing a game ball order form accessible through a computer network by one or more users from one or more remote sites. The...  
WO/2000/015309A1
A method of injection molding a golf ball that includes a core (28) and a cover layer disposed thereon. The method comprises the steps of centering a core (28) in a molding cavity (19), injecting a molten material into the cavity (19) ar...  
WO/2000/012281A1
The invention includes methods of forming at least a portion of a golf ball core, and the golf balls prepared thereby, by mixing a resilient polymer component, a free-radical initiator system, and a crosslinking agent to provide a first ...  
WO/1999/058207A1
The invention relates to a device for marking spherical objects, especially golf balls (5) comprising an enclosure element (10) which can be placed on the spherical object (5). The inventive device also comprises a marking aid (30) which...  
WO1999043232A9
A hand operated self-contained apparatus for applying an image on a fingernail comprises a base (820) having an upper surface (852) defining a first cutout (844). An element (834) is provided to establish a reference point. An image crea...  
WO/1999/043232A1
A hand operated self-contained apparatus for applying an image on a fingernail comprises a base (820) having an upper surface (852) defining a first cutout (844). An element (834) is provided to establish a reference point. An image crea...  
WO/1999/043394A1
A novel composition useful for golf ball covers that comprises a blend of a diisocyanate/polyol polyurethane prepolymer with a curing agent comprising a blend of slow-reacting diamine with a fast-reacting diamine such as dimethylthio 2,4...  
WO/1999/036130A1
A unique golf ball (100) and related methods of manufacturing are disclosed in which the golf ball (100) comprises one ore more mantle layers (20) comprising one or more metals, ceramic, or composite materials. The golf ball (100) may al...  
WO/1999/034881A2
The present invention relates to golf balls having improved adhesion between adjacent layers, as well as methods for making golf balls having such improved adhesion. In particular, the golf balls of the present invention comprise a cover...  
WO/1999/017843A1
A method of forming a golf ball (10) by forming a core center (11), forming a laminate (20) of core material, forming the laminate (20) around the core center (11) to form a core (16) and forming a cover (15) around the core (16). The la...  
WO/1999/006122A1
The invention provides a golf ball (10) and a method for making the ball. Two cups (30) are molded from an elastomer separately from an inner sphere (20). In one embodiment of the method, the cups (30) are molded on both sides of a singl...  
WO/1999/006121A1
The subject invention relates to a golf ball (1) having the beneficial characteristics of both a wound and solid construction ball. The invention is directed to a non-wound golf ball (1) incorporating gas containing compressible cells as...  
WO/1999/003542A1
A golf ball (30, 30a) consisting of a multi-piece cover (34, 34a) surrounding a core (32). The cover (34, 34a) consists of a multi-sheet structure which includes at least three thin layers (40, 42, 44) of thermoplastic with each layer ha...  
WO/1998/043711A1
A golf ball having a smaller and lighter core (10) and metal particles, or other heavy weight filler materials, in the cover (14, 16). Preferably, the particles are included in a relatively thick inner cover layer (or mantle) (14) of a s...  
WO/1998/043713A1
A golf ball comprising a cover and a core, and optionally at least one intermediate layer interposed between the cover and the core, wherein the cover, the intermediate layer or both are formed from a blend comprising an oxa acid compoun...  
WO/1998/043708A1
A unique golf ball (100-800) and related methods of manufacturing are disclosed in which the golf ball (100-800) comprises one or more metal mantle layers (20) and a cellular or liquid core component (40, 50). The golf ball (100-800) als...  
WO/1998/043712A1
A unique golf ball (100) and related methods of manufacturing are disclosed in which the golf ball (100) comprises one or more metal mantle layers (20) that define a hollow interior within the ball. The golf ball (100) may also comprise ...  
WO/1998/038241A1
Electron beam (EB) radiation curing of inks on game balls, golf balls, as and the like is disclosed inks, logo inks and methods for forming production prints and logos on those balls. To form an EB radiation curable water-insoluble produ...  
WO/1998/031431A1
This invention is directed towards golf balls comprising at least a cover and a core, and optionally one or more intermediate layers, wherein the cover and/or the intermediate layer(s) are formed from a high crystalline copolymer or its ...  
WO/1998/028048A1
A thermoplastic resin having groups reactive with isocyanate groups or a thermoplastic resin containing a compound containing two or more groups reactive with isocyanate groups is used to mold a cover of a golf ball. A polyisocyanate com...  
WO/1998/019748A1
The present invention is directed towards a multi-layer golf ball cover formed by a sandwich injection molding process (8), wherein said golf ball cover comprises an inner layer and an outer layer of a first material (11) and an intermed...  
WO/1998/005385A1
A transparent sphere comprised of a hardened polymeric resin has an insert provided therein. The sphere is prepared such that there is no air gap between the polymeric resin and the insert. The insert is sized to provide an apparent size...  
WO/1998/002213A1
A golfball comprising a shell of a plastic material, which shell is seamless and encloses a hollow core. The core preferably contains a gas with a pressure above atmospheric pressure. The invention also relates to a process for manufactu...  
WO/1997/047455A1
A method of applying a coating material to an outer surface of a golf ball, the method comprising molding a golf ball having an outer dimpled surface under a pressure greater than ambient pressure within a mold cavity; formulating a golf...  
WO/1997/019114A1
A process for forming a golf ball cover composition, which process comprises: a) forming a polymer comprising (1) a first monomeric component comprising an olefinic monomer having from 2 to 8 carbon atoms; (2) a second monomeric componen...  
WO/1997/017109A1
A ball has a wall of elastomeric material defining a cavity. The cavity contains a filling which comprises a plurality of substantially closed cells. The pressure in the cavity is substantially atmospheric pressure. The substantially clo...  
WO/1997/012648A1
This invention is an improved golf ball (142) comprising a hollow, spherical shell (112) of a polymeric material; a unitary, noncellular core (124) of a material which, at the time of introduction into the shell, is a liquid; and a spher...  

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