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Michael Thom Snyder, Timothy Edward McKeown, R Hal Monson, David Little: Binder mechanism. ACCO Brands, Pennie & Edmonds, August 21, 2001: US06276862 (79 worldwide citation)

A binder mechanism comprises a pair of prong plates pivotally connected by a retainer spring to toggle between a first raised position and a second lowered position. The prong plates include a plurality of ring segments affixed to the prong plates that are capable of forming loops. A cam mechanism i ...


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Michael D Amore: Tie-down security system and security plate. Acco World Corporation, Willian Brinks Olds Hofer Gilson & Lione, March 29, 1988: US04733840 (78 worldwide citation)

An improved security system for preventing the theft of items, such as typewriters and personal computers. The system has a security plate which is fixed to the item that is to be secured. A bendable member is permanently attached to a center area of a plate base, and has a free end spaced from the ...


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Jay S Derman: Security device for laptop computers. ACCO Brands, Townsend and Townsend and Crew, November 17, 1998: US05836183 (68 worldwide citation)

A portable device for securing a laptop computer from theft. Provision is made for locking the device to an immovable object by cable or by padlock. The device comprises a base, a retaining rod fastened across the width of the base and a locking post. A laptop computer would be placed with its keybo ...


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Stewart R Carl, Alice Kasahara, Arthur H Zarnowitz, William R Murray Jr: Computer physical security device. ACCO Brands, Michael E Townsend and Townsend and Crew Woods, December 28, 1999: US06006557 (62 worldwide citation)

An apparatus which inhibits the theft of equipment such as personal computers is disclosed. The equipment typically includes an external wall provided with a specially designed, approximately rectangular slot having preselected dimensions. An attachment mechanism includes a housing for a spindle hav ...


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Paul R Holbrook, Kenneth John Bargo, John James Dwyer, John Andrew Johnson, Timothy Edward McKeown, Rodney Hal Monson: Binder Mechanism. Acco Brands, Pennie & Edmonds, September 25, 2001: US06293722 (62 worldwide citation)

A binder mechanism is disclosed having a first ring assembly and a binding portion. The first ring assembly includes at least one first ring half. At least the first ring assembly or the binding portion are a pivotable half that is pivotable with respect to the other to a locked position about a fir ...


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Jay S Derman: Security hole fastening device. ACCO Brands, Townsend and Townsend and Crew, August 4, 1998: US05787739 (51 worldwide citation)

A device for fastening equipment subject to theft and provided with a security hole, by inserting the device in the security hole located on the outside surface of the equipment. The device consists of two identically shaped metal plates having a hooked tang protruding from one edge, and a clip memb ...


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Hugh H Haskell, William J Gilmore: Self-adjusting cable control device. Acco, Pennie & Edmonds, April 5, 1983: US04378713 (50 worldwide citation)

A self-adjusting cable control device for automatically compensating for wear in a control cable system. The device includes a termination member connected at one end of a control cable and a connecting member attached to an actuation member. The connecting member carries a clutch for locking with t ...


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William R Murray Jr, Stewart R Carl, Arthur H Zarnowitz: Computer physical security device. Acco Brands, Townsend and Townsend and Crew, May 18, 2004: US06735990 (49 worldwide citation)

An apparatus which inhibits the theft of equipment such as personal computers is disclosed. The equipment must have an external wall provided with a specially designed, approximately rectangular slot having preselected dimensions. An attachment mechanism includes a housing for a spindle having a fir ...


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David W Carroll: High tensile strength compacted towing cable with signal transmission element and method of making the same. Acco Babcock, Pennie & Edmonds, October 18, 1988: US04778246 (48 worldwide citation)

A high tensile strength transmission cable having a plurality of main compacted strands. The strands surround, and are adjacent to, an uncompacted and moveable core which may form or contain one or more transmission elements. A method for making such a high strength transmission cable includes the s ...


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William R Murray Jr, Stewart R Carl, Arthur H Zarnowitz: Computer physical security device. ACCO Brands, Townsend and Townsend and Crew, December 14, 1999: US06000252 (47 worldwide citation)

An apparatus which inhibits the theft of equipment such as personal computers is disclosed. The equipment must have an external wall provided with a specially designed, approximately rectangular slot having preselected dimensions. An attachment mechanism includes a housing for a spindle having a fir ...