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Gregory G Schmidt: Ergonomic utility knife/box cutter and method of making. Pacific Handy Cutter, Poms Smith Lande & Rose Professional Corporation, March 25, 1997: US05613300 (91 worldwide citation)

A utility knife/box cutter includes an ergonomically-shaped handle portion with exterior stippling to provide a good grasp upon the knife. Within the handle portion, a channel member is received in a forwardly extending cavity and movably receives a cutting blade carrier for longitudinal movement re ...


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Gregory G Schmidt: Ergonomic utility knife/box cutter and method of making. Pacific Handy Cutter, Poms Smith Lande & Rose, February 7, 1995: US05386632 (66 worldwide citation)

A utility knife/box cutter includes an ergonomically-shaped handle portion with exterior stippling to provide a good grasp upon the knife. Within the handle portion, a channel member is received in a forwardly extending cavity and movably receives a cutting blade carrier for longitudinal movement re ...


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Frederick L Elmer: Device for supporting a limp container. Pacific Handy Cutter, Poms Smith Lande Glenny & Rose, June 12, 1979: US04157801 (65 worldwide citation)

A device for supporting a limp disposable container in a generally open position to receive material and for preventing the container from collapsing as material is inserted therein has rim means for releasably engaging portions of the container peripherally about an opening in the container and for ...


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G Gerry Schmidt: Utility knife. Pacific Handy Cutter, November 13, 2001: US06314646 (53 worldwide citation)

A utility knife in accordance with the present invention includes a handle having a longitudinal cavity, a channel member fixedly received in the longitudinal cavity, a blade carrier slidably received in the channel member and configured to receive a cutting blade, an operating button to facilitate ...


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James L Richards: Adjustable blade knife. Pacific Handy Cutter, Poms Smith Lande & Glenny, May 16, 1978: US04089112 (45 worldwide citation)

An adjustable blade knife is made by extruding a continuous strip of extrudable hardenable material with the strip having a planer web between thicker marginal portions and opposing slots in the marginal portions, individual knife handle bodies are stamped from the strip and a knife blade is assembl ...


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Gregory G Schmidt: Adjustable-blade safety knife with carton-cutting guide. Pacific Handy Cutter, Poms Smith Lande & Rose, May 17, 1988: US04744146 (41 worldwide citation)

An improved, adjustable-blade safety knife of the type having a replaceable, single-edge blade slidably-retained within a single-piece handle against a keeper plate having a tang to engage the blade in a side-by-side assembly for protraction and retraction out of one end of the handle has planar gui ...


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Gerry Schmidt, Michael McHugh: Hand-held safety holder for a single-edge razor blade for cutting a sheet or strand. Pacific Handy Cutter, Poms Smith Lande & Rose, December 30, 1986: US04631829 (40 worldwide citation)

A holder is described which holds a conventional, single-edge razor blade and permits the blade to be held safely in the hand and used to cut thin, elongated articles, such as sheets or strands by drawing the blade into edgewise contact with the sheet or strand. The cutting edge of the blade is prot ...


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John P Smithline: Coin wrapper cutting device. Pacific Handy Cutter, Poms Smith Lande & Glenny, August 15, 1978: US04106196 (35 worldwide citation)

A device for longitudinally slitting generally cylindrical objects has body means for supporting a cutting element, alignment means for positioning the cutting element relative to the body means, bearing shoulder means for longitudinally aligning the cylindrical object with respect to the cutting el ...


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Black Leonard J: Safety razor blade holder. Pacific Handy Cutter Incorporated, June 6, 1972: US3667122 (35 worldwide citation)

A safety razor blade holder comprising a longitudinally extending handle, a threaded stud carried by the handle, a guard member slidably mounted on the stud, a lock nut for clamping the guard member and handle together, a safety razor blade, and means for permitting the guard member to be positioned ...


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G Gerry Schmidt: Safety blade for utility knife. Pacific Handy Cutter, Poms Smith Lande & Rose, August 16, 1994: US05337482 (30 worldwide citation)

A blade for a utility knife is provided which has a trapezoidal shape with a cutting edge and a pair of side edges which converge towards a blunt back edge. A safety edge joins each of the side edges with the cutting edges. The safety edges intersect with the cutting edge at an obtuse angle and prov ...