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Kent Cecil: Glazing window or windscreen openings, particularly in vehicle bodies. Creators, November 27, 1973: US3774363 (45 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to glazing window or windscreen openings, particularly in vehicle bodies by securing the glass by means of adhesive between the back of the glass and the back of the rebate. The edge of the glass is surrounded by at least one length of a decorative trim strip of flexible plasti ...


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Kent Cecil: Glazing window or windscreen openings, particularly in vehicle bodies. Creators, September 18, 1973: US3759004 (44 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to glazing window or windscreen openings, particularly in vehicle bodies by securing the glass, with a trim strip surrounding its edge, in the rebate of the opening by means of an adhesive pressed between the glass and/or the trim strip and the rebate. The trim strip is made of ...


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Stent Vernon Denis: Reinforced plastics tubes. Creators, Larson Taylor and Hinds, July 23, 1974: US3825036 (44 worldwide citation)

The invention is concerned with reinforced flexible plastics tubes and methods of making same. A tube of this invention has an extruded wall constituted by two different plastics materials of which one is more rigid and/or has a higher mechanical strength than the other and defines a plurality of ci ...


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Stent Vernon Denis: Reinforced plastics tubes. Creators, Larson Taylor and Hinds, September 16, 1975: US3905853 (37 worldwide citation)

A reinforced tube comprising a seamless extruded wall of plastics or elastomeric material having a woven tubular mesh embedded therein is produced by hauling a woven tubular mesh along a mandrel disposed in a passage through an extrusion cross head and through a tubular extrusion nozzle defined by a ...


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Stent Vernon Dennis, Wright Derek Cecil: Flexible plastics hoses. Creators, Larson Taylor & Hinds, June 17, 1975: US3890181 (32 worldwide citation)

A method of manufacturing a flexible plastics hose the method comprising extruding a strip of a first plastics material and a reinforcing element of a second plastics material, winding said strip into a helix around a driven mandrel and bonding adjacent turns together by pressure applied between the ...


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Kent Cecil: Glazing windows or windscreen openings, particularly in vehicle bodies. Creators, December 12, 1972: US3705470 (17 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to glazing window or windscreen openings, particularly in vehicle bodies by securing the glass, with a trim strip surrounding its edge, in the rebate of the opening by means of an adhesive pressed between the glass and/or the trim strip and the rebate. The trim strip is made of ...


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Vernon Dennis Stent, Derek Cecil Wright: Flexible plastics hose making apparatus. Creators, Larson Taylor and Hinds, February 17, 1976: US03938929 (14 worldwide citation)

A method of, and apparatus for manufacturing a flexible plastics hose the method comprising extruding a strip of a first plastics material and a reinforcing element of a second plastics material, winding said strip into a helix around a driven mandrel and bonding adjacent turns together by pressure ...


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Kent Cecil: Decorative plastics strips and motifs. Creators, January 16, 1973: US3711360 (13 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to decorative plastics strips and motifs suitable for securing by high frequency welding to a base surface. The decorative strip comprises an extruded plastics strip consisting of a central tape-like web portion along each side of which is a bead portion which projects above t ...


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Charles Ting: Squeeze switch. American Fun & Toy Creators, Cohen Pontani Lieberman Pavane, May 18, 1993: US05211282 (13 worldwide citation)

The present invention is a squeeze switch device (10) for use in plush toys wherein the device housing is comprised of upper (14) and lower (16) sections secured together by protrusions (44) and slots (24) and wherein springs (62) bias the device for activation by applying a squeezing pressure to th ...


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Hideo Hashimoto: Method of producing self-lock screw. The Holistic Environment Creators, Armstrong Westerman Hattori McLeland & Naughton, April 17, 2001: US06216510 (11 worldwide citation)

A self-lock screw which has a deep slit so as to facilitate the elastic deformation of the flanks of a thread and enhance the locking effect and which can be produced without the need for skill of a high level and dexterity. A slit (