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Robert A Bilbrey: Vortexer. Scientific Manufacturing, December 15, 1981: US04305668 (77 worldwide citation)

A vortexer apparatus having a hold down plate detachably mounted to an upright cylindrical support, said support having a pair of splines formed thereon, the end of one spline being spaced from the near end of the other spline by a circumferential groove, said hold down plate being supported from an ...


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Jon E Oppenlander: Adjustable volume liquid dispenser. Scientific Manufacturing, August 2, 1983: US04395921 (33 worldwide citation)

An adjustable volume dispenser comprises a barrel assembly having an internally threaded tubular portion, an adjustable stop formed with external threads engaged with the internal threaded tubular portion of said assembly, and a sleeve coaxially mounted within the tubular portion and rotatable there ...


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Gennady Kremen, Savva Feigyn, Leonid Igelshteyn: Method and device for magnetic-abrasive machining of parts. Scientific Manufacturing Technologies, Ilya Zborovsky, July 7, 1998: US05775976 (5 worldwide citation)

A magnetic-abrasive machining of a part includes generating a magnetic field; introducing a part to be machined into the magnetic field; supplying a magnetic-abrasive powder into a machining zone toward a surface of the part to be machined; and generating a vacuum between the magnetic-abrasive powde ...


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Gennady Kremen: Method and device for magnetic-abrasive machining of parts. Scientific Manufacturing Technologies, Ilya Zborovsky, September 29, 1998: US05813901 (4 worldwide citation)

A device for magnetic-abrasive machining of a part has the steps of forming a magnetic field, arranging a part to be machined in the magnetic field, supplying a magnetic-abrasive powder in a machining zone toward a surface of the part to be machined, and supplying a fluid jet under pressure toward t ...


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Leonid Igelshteyn, Savva Feygin, Gennady Kremen: Method and device for magnetic-abrasive machining of parts. Scientific Manufacturing Technologies, I Zborovsky, March 14, 2000: US06036580 (4 worldwide citation)

Magnetic-abrasive machining of a parts is performed by generating a magnetic field by two different poles located near one another so as to form a magnetic gradient region with magnetic flux lines which extend from one pole in one direction and then in an opposite direction to another pole and there ...


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Gennady Kremen, Leonid Igelshteyn, Savva Feygin: Method of and device for machining flat parts. Scientific Manufacturing Technologies, I Zborovsky, November 14, 2000: US06146245 (4 worldwide citation)

A method of machining flat parts, includes the use of two permanent magnets which are located opposite to and spaced from one another so as to form a magnetic field with a magnetic flux extending perpendicular to the magnets, placing a flat part in the magnetic field between the magnets so that the ...


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Tom Stio: Semi-dry electrophoresis apparatus and method. Shelton Scientific Manufacturing, Arthur T Fattibene, Paul A Fattibene, Fattibene and Fattibene, December 26, 2000: US06165337 (2 worldwide citation)

A tray having electrodes placed at opposing sides with a sponge placed adjacent each electrode and a gel slab cast there between for use in performing electrophoresis on test samples, such as DNA fragments. An electrophoresis liquid buffer is placed and retained within the sponges preventing the nee ...


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Kremen Gennady, Feygin Savva, Igelshteyn Leonid: Method and device for magnetic-abrasive machining of parts. Scientific Manufacturing Technologies, ZBOROVSKY Ilya, September 8, 2000: WO/2000/051784

Magnetic-abrasive machining of a part (6') is performed by generating a magnetic field (5) by two different poles (1, 2) located near one another. This forms a magnetic gradient region (5) with magnetic flux lines which extend from one pole (1) to another (2) in one direction and then in an opposite ...


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Kremen Gennady, Feygin Savva, Igelshteyn Leonid: Method of and device for machining flat parts. Scientific Manufacturing Technologies, ZBOROVSKY Ilya, November 16, 2000: WO/2000/067948

A method of machining flat parts (2), includes the use of two permanent magnets (7, 8) which are located opposite to and spaced from one another so as to form a magnetic field with a magnetic flux extending perpendicular to the magnets, placing a flat part (2) in the magnetic field between the magne ...