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Robert F Deike: Post mounting anchor base. Construction Robotics, Hill Van Santen Steadman & Simpson, August 5, 1986: US04603520 (33 worldwide citation)

A ground anchor provides a mounting base for a sign post accommodating rotational, tilting, and height adjustments of the post and providing for release of the post at ground level in the event of impact by a vehicle so that no upstanding obstacle capable of causing injury will remain after impact. ...


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Robert F Deike: Robot arm. Construction Robotics, Hill Van Santen Steadman & Simpson, February 24, 1987: US04645084 (29 worldwide citation)

A portable light weight robot arm assembly similating shoulder, elbow, and wrist movements of a human arm, plus extensions of the upper arm and forearm, accurately positions and holds a power tool for performing driving, drilling, chipping, lifting and the like operations at a work-site. The assembl ...


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Robert F Deike: Ground anchor with scoop channel discharging to groove forming ridge. Construction Robotics, Hill Van Santen Steadman & Simpson, March 11, 1986: US04574539 (27 worldwide citation)

A plate-like ground or earth anchor has a scoop-like channel formed in the leading end thereof, and an open topped socket formed in the trailing end thereof, laterally extending wings along the length thereof, and a raised cable anchor ridge directing dirt from the channel so that a cable or rod sec ...


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Robert F Deike: Driver tool. Construction Robotics, Hill Van Santen Steadman & Simpson, March 10, 1987: US04648609 (26 worldwide citation)

A torsion or hairpin spring external attachment for power hammers has eye ends respectively bottomed on the power hammer casing and on the tool driven by the hammer for maintaining the tool against the work and supporting a load on the power hammer while reclaiming an optimum spacing of the hammer r ...


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Robert F Deike: Post anchor. Construction Robotics, Hill Van Santen Steadman & Simpson, November 19, 1985: US04553358 (25 worldwide citation)

A ground anchor for channel posts has an angle iron leg driven into the ground with a creased upright fin shroud strip or strap embracing the apex or corner of the angle iron at the trailing end of the leg and secured to the ends of the sides of the angle iron providing a V-shaped socket or barrel. ...


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Robert F Deike: Post anchor. Construction Robotics, Hill Van Santen Steadman & Simpson, October 7, 1986: US04615156 (19 worldwide citation)

A ground anchor for channel posts has an angle iron leg driven into the ground and an upright fin plate or strip secured to the upper end thereof to stabilize the leg against tilting. The channel post straddles the angle iron leg receiving the apex of the leg in the channel thereof and is deformed t ...


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Scott Lawrence Peters, Nathan Podkaminer, Thomas Charles Coller: Brick laying system. Construction Robotics, Patent Technologies, Robert D Gunderman Jr, February 24, 2015: US08965571

A brick laying system where an operator such as a mason works proximate a moveable platform having a robotic arm assembly, a mortar applicator with a mortar transfer device, and a brick transfer device to build structures. The robotically assisted brick laying system may also contain a stabilizer ha ...


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Stephen M Muck, Christopher C Osterwood, Michael J Ramsay, Duncan A Campbell, Richard E Musgrave, Christopher S Shaw, Woodrow E Douglass, Stephen A Diantonio: Autonomous apparatus and system for repetitive tasks in construction project. Advanced Construction Robotics, Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott, August 28, 2018: US10061323

An autonomous assembly that includes a gantry subassembly, a carrier subassembly movably mounted on the gantry subassembly, a tool actuation subassembly mounted on the carrier subassembly, and an autonomous control system including a perception subsystem, a motion planning subsystem, and a motion co ...


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Deike Robert F: Bras-robot, Robot arm. Construction Robotics, SMART & BIGGAR, November 15, 1988: CA1244856

ROBOT ARM ABSTRACT A portable light weight robot arm assemblysimilating shoulder, elbow, and wrist movements of a humanarm, plus extensions of the upper arm and forearm,accurately positions and holds a power tool for performingdriving, drilling, chipping, lifting and the like operationsat a work-sit ...


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Laser Positioning System. Construction Robotics, August 4, 2016: US20160223364-A1

A laser positioning system is described. The laser positioning system provides a positioning and guidance system that is suitable for environments that have external disturbances such as those caused by wind, equipment movement, vibration, and the like. The laser positioning system of the present in ...