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Sylvester W Bies: Retractable blade knife. The Stanley Works, Prutzman Kalb Chilton & Alix, November 18, 1980: US04233734 (185 worldwide citation)

A retractable blade knife of the type having an elongate tubular handle and an elongate flat thin blade mounted for longitudinal sliding movement in the handle, is provided with a combination slide and latching member for positioning the blade which includes a slide mounted for sliding movement on t ...


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Norman F Fyler: Electronic personnel safety sensor. The Stanley Works, March 30, 1976: US03947734 (139 worldwide citation)

An electronic personnel safety sensor is provided capable of causing a machine or operation to be shut off to prevent injury to personnel or damage to equipment protected, by detecting, indicating, and acting upon a predetermined increase or decrease in effective capacitance caused by the introducti ...


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Edmund J Czopor Jr: Display package for drill bits and the like. The Stanley Works, October 28, 1986: US04619364 (79 worldwide citation)

A package for a set of twist drill bits or like tools consists of a one-piece, integrally thermoformed case, having a pedestal portion on its base component in which a series of tool-receiving recesses is defined. The closure component of the case has a cavity in which the pedestal portion is seated ...


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Henning N Kornbrekke, Leon Boiucaner: Door sensor system. The Stanley Works, Chilton Alix & Van Kirk, October 30, 1990: US04967083 (79 worldwide citation)

A sensor system for an automatic sliding door employs multiple sensor modules. Each of the sensor modules includes both a presence sensor and a motion sensor. In addition, each of the sensor units includes switches for adjusting the size of the presence zone, for selecting either a continuous or a t ...


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Joseph R Martone, Richard Gilbert: Utility knife. The Stanley Works, Pillsbury Winthrop, February 27, 2001: US06192589 (73 worldwide citation)

A utility knife that includes a main body, a blade holder assembly movably mounted within the body and a manually engageable member slidably mounted on the main body. The blade holder assembly is constructed and arranged to mount a blade within the main body. The blade holder is movable between a re ...


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Henning N Kornbrekke, Leon Boiucaner: Automatic door control system. The Stanley Works, Prutzman Kalb Chilton & Alix, January 7, 1986: US04563625 (73 worldwide citation)

An automatic control system for controlling the operation of a sliding door system employs an electric motor for driving the sliding door system. An encoder is mounted to the shaft of the motor for generating signals which are decoded to detect the operational position of the sliding door system. A ...


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Michael A Peshkin, J Edward Colgate, Julio Santos Munne, David Meer, James Lipsey, Witaya Wannasuphoprasit, Stephen H Klostermeyer: System and architecture for providing a modular intelligent assist system. The Stanley Works, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, August 9, 2005: US06928336 (72 worldwide citation)

An intelligent assist system having a modular architecture, coordinated by electronic communication links between the modules, is provided. Motion modules provide an assist upon actuation, and are in communication with computational nodes. Communication links between at least two of the computationa ...


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Sylvester W Bies, Robert A Juran, Aldo Romanelli: Insulated door with synthetic resin skins. The Stanley Works, August 31, 1993: US05239799 (70 worldwide citation)

A door has a pair of spaced stiles at its side edges, a top rail extending between the upper ends of the rails, and a pair of synthetic resin skins providing the faces of the door and adhesively bonded to the stiles and rail. The skins have opposed flanges along their top and bottom edges which abut ...


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Leon Boiucaner: Sliding door sensor. The Stanley Works, Chilton Alix & Van Kirk, August 25, 1992: US05142152 (69 worldwide citation)

A sliding door sensor employs two arrays of IR emitters which are pulsed to provide an approach detection zone and a threshold detection zone. Radiation reflected from the detection zones is converted to signals which are processed in microprocessors. The sensor periodically automatically adjusts fo ...


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George F Weimann: Knife handle. The Stanley Works, Prutzman Kalb Chilton & Alix, May 6, 1986: US04586256 (62 worldwide citation)

A knife handle employs a blade carrier having a planar blade support, a pair of parallel projecting flanges, and a laterally projecting lug for securing a blade in position to the carrier. A lateral retention tab extends from said carrier to capture an upper portion of a mounted blade for laterally ...