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Craig Allen
Craig Allen McEldowney, Mark Richard Mitchell: Tab, tooling for the manufacture of the tab and method of manufacturing the tab. Stolle Machinery Company, Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott, Grant E Coffield Esquire, March 16, 2010: US07677404 (8 worldwide citation)

The invention generally relates to a tab used to open food can ends and beer/beverage can ends. The tab has a nose portion located at a front end of the tab and a lift portion located at a back end of the tab. The tab also has a rivet receiving portion located proximate to the nose portion with a ri ...


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Craig Allen
Craig Allen McEldowney, Mark Richard Mitchell: Tab with coin precurl for improved curl formation. Stolle Machinery Company, Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellot, Grant E Coffield Esq, November 10, 2009: US07614520 (6 worldwide citation)

A tab is used to open beer/beverage can ends and food can ends. The tab has one or more arcuate strips that are provided on a surface of the tab proximate to a peripheral surface of the tab where the one or more arcuate strips have been formed further into a preselected portion of curled or hemmed p ...


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Craig Allen
Craig Allen McEldowney, Mark Richard Mitchell: Tooling and method for the manufacture of a tab with coin precurl for improved curl formation. Stolle Machinery Company, Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott, Grant E Coffield Esquire, July 12, 2011: US07975520

A tab is used to open beer/beverage can ends and food can ends. The tab has one or more arcuate strips that are provided on a surface of the tab proximate to a peripheral surface of the tab where the one or more arcuate strips have been formed further into a preselected portion of curled or hemmed p ...


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Craig Allen
Craig Allen McEldowney, Mark Richard Mitchell: Tab, tooling for the manufacture of the tab and method of manufacturing the tab. Stolle Machinery Company, Eckert Seaman Cherin & Mellott, Grant E Coffield, April 24, 2012: US08161787

The invention generally relates to a tab used to open food can ends and beer/beverage can ends. The tab has a nose portion located at a front end of the tab and a lift portion located at a back end of the tab. The tab also has a rivet receiving portion located proximate to the nose portion with a ri ...


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Craig Allen
Craig Allen McEldowney, Mark Richard Mitchell: Tab, tooling for the manufacture of the tab and method of manufacturing the tab. Stolle Machinery Company, Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott, December 6, 2007: US20070278230-A1

The invention generally relates to a tab used to open beer/beverage can ends and food can ends. The tab has one or more arcuate strips that are provided on a surface of the tab proximate to a peripheral surface of the tab where the one or more arcuate strips have been formed further into a preselect ...


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Craig Allen
Craig Allen McEldowney, Dennis Cornelius Stammen: Spray apparatus and method for the repair of can ends. Stolle Machinery Company, Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott, January 28, 2010: US20100021629-A1

This invention generally relates to a spray apparatus and a method useful in the repair of coating adhered to can ends used in the food and beverage packaging industries. The spray apparatus has one or more elongated shafts rotatably coupled to a frame. One or more bearing members are rotatably coup ...


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Craig Allen
Craig Allen McEldowney, Mark Richard Mitchell: Tooling and method for the manufacture of a tab with coin precurl for improved curl formation. Stolle Machinery Company, Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott, January 28, 2010: US20100021270-A1

A tab is used to open beer/beverage can ends and food can ends. The tab has one or more arcuate strips that are provided on a surface of the tab proximate to a peripheral surface of the tab where the one or more arcuate strips have been formed further into a preselected portion of curled or hemmed p ...


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Craig Allen
Craig Allen McEldowney, Mark Richard Mitchell: Tab, tooling for the manufacture of the tab and method of manufacturing the tab. Stolle Machinery Company, Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott, May 20, 2010: US20100124475-A1

The invention generally relates to a tab used to open food can ends and beer/beverage can ends. The tab has a nose portion located at a front end of the tab and a lift portion located at a back end of the tab. The tab also has a rivet receiving portion located proximate to the nose portion with a ri ...



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