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Toyoda Gosei and Nissha Printing Co. | Date: 2016-08-23

A method for manufacturing a decorative molded article includes first to fourth steps. In the first step, a plastic sheet is secured to a cavity block in a state in which first and second portions are arranged along an open end of a molding recess. The plastic sheet is tightly held by the cavity block and a securing member at the first portions and is not tightly held at the second portions. In the second step, the plastic sheet is deformed. In the third step, the plastic sheet is secured to the cavity block in a state in which the plastic sheet is tightly held by the cavity block and the securing member over the entire periphery of the opening of the molding recess. In the fourth step, the plastic sheet is molded by being caused to closely contact the molding surface of the cavity block through vacuum suction.


Patent
Nissha Printing Co. | Date: 2017-02-01

Problem Solved To stably form spheroids in a culture container. Solution A culture container includes a container main body 3 and a filmlike member 31. The container main body 3 has a recessed part 7, wherein a plurality of microwells 17a for containing a cell-culture solution C is formed in a bottom part 17. The filmlike member 31 is a member that is disposed above the plurality of microwells 17a inside the recessed part 7 and limits the movement of each spheroid S that has grown inside its corresponding microwell 17a such that the spheroid S does not separate from the corresponding microwell 17a.


Patent
Nissha Printing Co. | Date: 2017-01-11

To protect a plurality of conical projections of a conical-projections sheet. A method of manufacturing a conical-projections-sheet packaging body 1 including: a step of forming a plurality of conical-recess parts 34b on a conical-projections forming sheet 34; a step of forming, by supplying a conical-projections material to the conical-projections forming sheet 34, a conical-projections sheet 23 including a base sheet 23a and a plurality of conical projections 23b formed on a surface of the base sheet 23a and disposed inside the plurality of conical-recess parts 34b; a step of forming a plurality of sets of the conical-projections forming sheets 34 and the conical-projections sheets 23 by punching out the conical-projections forming sheets 34 and the conical-projections sheets 23; and a step of using a package member 5 to package a set of the conical-projections sheets 23 and the conical-projections forming sheets 34 tightly adhered to one another.


A conical-projections-sheet packaging body includes a conical-projections sheet, a conical-projections forming sheet, and a sealing sheet. The conical-projections sheet includes a substrate and a plurality of conical projections formed on a surface of the substrate. The conical-projections forming sheet has a plurality of conical-recess parts, which is used to form the plurality of conical projections and wherein the plurality of conical projections is disposed. The conical-projections forming sheet protects the conical projections in a state wherein the plurality of conical projections is tightly adhered to the surface of the substrate. The sealing sheet, by being fixed to the conical-projections forming sheet, seals the conical-projections sheet between the conical-projections forming sheet and the sealing sheet.


Patent
Nissha Printing Co. | Date: 2015-03-13

A method of manufacturing a conical-projections-sheet packaging body includes forming a plurality of conical-recess parts on a conical-projections forming sheet; forming, by supplying a conical-projections material to the conical-projections forming sheet, a conical-projections sheet including a base sheet and a plurality of conical projections formed on a surface of the base sheet and disposed inside the plurality of conical-recess parts; forming a plurality of sets of the conical-projections forming sheets and the conical-projections sheets by punching out the conical-projections forming sheets and the conical-projections sheets; and using a package member to package a set of the conical-projections sheets and the conical-projections forming sheets tightly adhered to one another. Thus, the plurality of conical projections of the conical-projections sheet are protected.


Patent
Nissha Printing Co. | Date: 2017-06-21

Problem Solved To protect a plurality of microneedles on a microneedle sheet. Solution A microneedle-sheet packaging body 1 includes a microneedle sheet 5, a forming sheet 3, and a support body 7. The microneedle sheet 5 includes a substrate 10, and a plurality of microneedles 11 formed on a lower surface of the substrate 10. The forming sheet 3 is tightly adhered to the lower surface of the substrate 10. The forming sheet 3 incudes a plurality of micro-recess parts 13 in which the plurality of microneedles 11 are housed. The support body 7 is fixed to an upper surface of the substrate 10 of the microneedle sheet 5 and is further fixed to the forming sheet 3 around the substrate 10.


A method for producing a touch input sensor includes stacking an intermediate resin layer (33) containing a photosensitive resin and an ultraviolet absorber and a transparent conductive film (32) on both surfaces of a transparent substrate (10) in that order, performing a pattern exposure with ultraviolet rays (L) applied to both surface sides, and performing developing to form a transparent electrode formed of the transparent conductive film (32) on both surfaces of the transparent substrate (10).


Patent
Nissha Printing Co. | Date: 2017-04-04

An antenna-equipped touch panel is one that is laminated on a display device in order to be used. The antenna-equipped touch panel includes an antenna pattern including an antenna element and a first wire of an antenna, the first wire being electrically connected to the antenna element; and a detection pattern including electrodes and second wires of the touch panel, the second wires being electrically connected to the electrodes. In plan perspective view, a shortest distance between the antenna pattern and the detection pattern is greater than or equal to 1.0 mm and less than or equal to 20.0 mm.


[Object] A method for manufacturing a decorated article having a smooth printing surface by performing an inkjet printing to an uneven surface of a carbon fiber reinforced plastic molding. [Means to solve the problems] An uncured rough-surface ink layer 31 is formed on an undecorated uneven surface 17 by performing an inkjet printing and using an active energy ray curable ink, and a temporary cover film 41 is disposed to cover an upper surface of the uncured rough-surface ink layer 31. The surface of the uncured rough-surface ink layer is smoothed by applying a pressing force to the uncured rough-surface ink layer 31 from the upper surface of the temporary cover film 41. An active energy ray 66 is applied, so that a cured smooth ink layer 61 is formed, and the temporary cover film 41 is peeled.


Patent
Nissha Printing Co. | Date: 2016-03-16

A low cost transdermal patch, which comprises water soluble microneedles and has good performance, and a method of manufacturing the same are provided. A transdermal patch (1 E) comprises a microneedle sheet (310), which comprises a plurality of water soluble microneedles (311), moisture permeable sheet (320), wherethrough water vapor passes, and a reinforcing film (30E). The reinforcing film (30E) is adhered, by an adhesive layer (35) having an adhesive strength less than that of an adhesive layer (322), onto an outer surface (320b) of the moisture permeable sheet (320), which is the side opposite the skin opposing surface (320a). The reinforcing film (30E) includes a water vapor barrier sheet (31), which blocks the passage of water vapor through at least a first area (Ar1), and a removable portion (32) around the water vapor barrier sheet (31). The removable portion (32) is configures such that it can be separated from and peeled off the water vapor barrier sheet (31).

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