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Alan R Peters, Vincent T Kozyrski: Mat cutter. The Fletcher Terry Company, Ira S Dorman, December 14, 1993: US05269212 (137 worldwide citation)

A push-pull DIY cutter for sheet material, such as mat and foam board, utilizes a blade-mounting handle that is pivotable from a null position in both of two opposite directions, so as to alternatively bring into operative position a blade element spaced to either side of the null position center li ...


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James D Smith, Roger J Salvas, Ralph B Shaw: Glaziers point and retaining means. The Fletcher Terry Company, McCormick Paulding & Huber, November 17, 1981: US04300684 (31 worldwide citation)

A unique triangular point for use by a glazier has a star shaped central opening such that a plurality of such points can be stacked in oriented relationship to one another, and can be retained by a cotter key having skewed legs such that the key is easily inserted in opposed notches of the aligned ...


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Vincent T Kozyrski, Alan R Peters: Mat bevel cutting machine. The Fletcher Terry Company, Ira S Dorman, October 3, 1989: US04871156 (26 worldwide citation)

A mat cutting machine utilizes a trolley which runs smoothly and accurately along a shaft mounted upon the clamping bar assembly. Means is provided for precisely adjusting the relationship between the bevel cutting blade and the edge of the clamping bar, and the blades are held by magazines which pe ...


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Vincent T Kozyrski, William Hursey, Wayne Hawk: Support assembly for angular orientation of an elongate member. The Fletcher Terry Company, Ira S Dorman, February 9, 1999: US05868183 (24 worldwide citation)

A machine for routing end portions of frame pieces produces a channel that extends with increasing spacing from the bevelled face of the frame piece. Structure on the machine supports the frame piece in a plane that converges toward the plane in which the router bit lies, and cutting is carried out ...


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Vincent T Kozyrski, Alan R Peters: Head assembly for mat cutting machine. The Fletcher Terry Company, Ira S Dorman, January 17, 1989: US04798112 (21 worldwide citation)

A mat cutting machine utilizes a trolley, which runs smoothly and stably along a shaft mounted upon the clamping bar assembly, the head assembly of the trolley including eccentric means for precisely adjusting the relationship between the cutting blade on the bevel side and the edge of the clamping ...


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Vincent T Kozyrski, Alan R Peters: Pneumatic point driver. The Fletcher Terry Company, Ira S Dorman, December 31, 1991: US05076482 (19 worldwide citation)

A pneumatically powered point driver utilizes a valve mechanism having a core that is operated by air conducted therethrough from the supply source. The valve core is preferably provided with an enlarged head, to enhance the rapidity and firmness of the action produced.


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Thomas A Insolio: Glass cutting method and apparatus. The Fletcher Terry Company, McCormick Paulding & Huber, April 19, 1977: US04018372 (19 worldwide citation)

The internal compressive stresses sub-adjacent the surfaces of relatively thick (over 1/2 inch) glass sheet material are mechanically reduced on the surface to be scored by bending the glass during the scoring process to allow a glass cutting wheel of conventional geometry to overcome these stresses ...


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Insolio Thomas A, Kozyrski Vincent T, Witkoski Edward J: Apparatus for cutting glass and plastic sheet. The Fletcher Terry Company, McCormick Paulding & Huber, June 17, 1975: US3889862 (16 worldwide citation)

A wall mounted sheet supporting structure includes a horizontal squaring bar, and a near vertical elongated anvil, both the bar and the anvil being joined together by a gusset plate, and the resulting structure being readily attached to a wall by means of a web shaped bracket behind the anvil, and a ...


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Thomas A Insolio: Self-castering glass cutter and compensating bi-directional head. The Fletcher Terry Company, McCormick Paulding & Huber, October 21, 1980: US04228711 (15 worldwide citation)

A glass scoring head has pressure rollers which engage the glass on either side of the scoring wheel to compensate for variations of flatness in the glass, and the scoring wheel is pendulously supported so that it can score in one and an opposite direction without moving the head on the associated b ...


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Insolio Thomas A, Guzowski Richard M, Steinkamp Robert A: Glass cutter. The Fletcher Terry Company, August 8, 1972: US3682027 (14 worldwide citation)

Two constructions for a glass cutter are disclosed, and each comprises an insert with an axle for rotatably supporting a glass cutting wheel, a holder having a slot for removably receiving the insert. The holder is mounted to a cutting head of the type used for traversing a glass sheet, and the hold ...