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Donald C Miller: Continuously variable transmission. Motion Technologies, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, June 5, 2001: US06241636 (198 worldwide citation)

A continuously variable transmission. The transmission includes a plurality of power adjusters, such as spherical balls, frictionally interposed between a driving and a driven member. The driving and the driven member are each rotatably disposed over a main shaft. The spherical balls are configured ...


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Donald C Miller: Continuously variable transmission. Motion Technologies, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, July 16, 2002: US06419608 (197 worldwide citation)

A continuously variable transmission is disclosed for use in rotationally or linearly powered machines and vehicles. The single axle transmission provides a simple manual shifting method for the user. An additional embodiment is disclosed which shifts automatically dependent upon the rotational spee ...


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Donald C Miller, David John Allen: Continuously variable transmission. Motion Technologies, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, February 10, 2004: US06689012 (190 worldwide citation)

A continuously variable transmission is disclosed for use in rotationally or linearly powered machines and vehicles. The transmission provides a simple manual shifting method for the user. Further, the practical commercialization of traction roller transmissions requires improvements in the reliabil ...


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Donald C Miller: Continuously variable transmission. Motion Technologies, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, April 22, 2003: US06551210 (172 worldwide citation)

A continuously variable transmission is disclosed for use in rotationally or linearly powered machines and vehicles. The single axle transmission provides a simple manual shifting method for the user. An additional embodiment is disclosed which shifts automatically dependent upon the rotational spee ...


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Donald C Miller: Continuously variable transmission. Motion Technologies, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, January 13, 2004: US06676559 (168 worldwide citation)

A continuously variable transmission. The transmission includes a plurality of power adjusters, such as spherical balls, frictionally interposed between a driving and a driven member. The driving and the driven member are each rotatably disposed over a main shaft. The spherical balls are configured ...


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Krishna Manoj, Friesem Tai, Brown Steven: Pedicle screw system. Disc Motion Technologies, Krishna Manoj, Friesem Tai, Brown Steven, CHRISTOPHER John, December 21, 2007: WO/2007/146032 (31 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a pedicle screw system (10), which may include a bone fixation element having an elongate body. The elongate body may include a threaded segment (18) having one or more spiral-oriented grooves, a neck segment (20) adjacent to the threaded segment, and a head segment wh ...


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Martin Piedl, Moe Barani, Ron Flanary: Low cost resolver system. Aspen Motion Technologies, Quarles & Brady, July 4, 2000: US06084376 (27 worldwide citation)

A resolver (10) is excited with a high frequency signal from excitation circuit (16). Outputs of the resolver (10) are transmitted through receiver circuit (24) and input to a DSP signal processing circuit (18), which demodulates the sine and cosine outputs to provide samples of the sine and cosine ...


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Phillip Raymond Michael Denne: Linear electromagnetic machine. Advanced Motion Technologies, Darby & Darby, August 3, 2004: US06770988 (19 worldwide citation)

A linear electromagnetic machine for generating a force acting between two members relatively movable along an axis, one of which is capable of producing a magnetic field the direction of at least part of which extends substantially radially of the said axis and the other of which comprises or inclu ...


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Howard Keith Kidd: Method for controlling the motor of a pump involving the determination and synchronization of the point of maximum torque with a table of values used to efficiently drive the motor. Aspen Motion Technologies, Quarles & Brady, December 27, 2005: US06979181 (17 worldwide citation)

A method for controlling a motor (11) driving a pump (10) using a microcomputer (14) includes repeatedly sampling a parameter representative of motor torque over one cycle of operation of the pump (10), determining at least one point of maximum motor torque during said one cycle of operation of the ...



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