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Kuris Arthur: Ultrasonic method for detecting the accumulation of cholesterol and other deposits in blood vessels and the like. Ultrasonic Systems, May 11, 1971: US3577981 (17 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to medical diagnosis by detecting the ultrasonic sounds that are present in humans and normally inaudible to the human ear and converting same into audible sounds for meaningful diagnostic information. In particular the invention relates to the detection of accumulated foreign ...


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Balamuth Lewis, Karatjas Manuel: Ultrasonic electric shaver. Ultrasonic Systems, September 4, 1973: US3756105 (15 worldwide citation)

An electric razor having a guard member with a plurality of apertures for hairs to extend therethrough and a cutter member oscillated relative to the guard member for severing the hairs. The guard member and/or the cutter member are vibrated at an ultrasonic rate to improve the entry of hairs into t ...


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Winston Ronald H: Ultrasonic motor transmission system. Ultrasonic Systems, July 6, 1971: US3591862 (14 worldwide citation)

The invention covers a system for driving transmission members, particularly made from glass and of a relatively small diameter, at an ultrasonic rate in which the transmission member is coupled to a base member by means of an epoxy, swaging, or a combination thereof. In addition an ultrasonic motor ...


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Balamuth Lewis: Ultrasonic motor. Ultrasonic Systems, May 18, 1971: US3578996 (14 worldwide citation)

An ultrasonic motor having a transducer confined at or near a nodal region of vibration sandwiched between two flanged sections, each flanged section consisting of an elongated member whose average cross section is substantially less than the cross section of the transducer, and the transducer is ri ...


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Balamuth Lewis: Ultrasonic motors. Ultrasonic Systems, May 30, 1972: US3666975 (12 worldwide citation)

An ultrasonic motor construction wherein the compressional wave mechanical energy is transmitted through a transmission member into flexural vibrational wave energy to a working tip or surface removed a distance from the transducer associated therewith. Various forms of ultrasonic motor construction ...


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John J Erickson, Joseph R Marshall: Ultrasonic spray coating system. Ultrasonic Systems, Heslin & Rothenberg P C, July 30, 1996: US05540384 (11 worldwide citation)

An ultrasonic spray coating system includes a converter which converts high frequency electrical energy into high frequency mechanical energy thereby producing vibrations. The converter has a resonant frequency. A spray head is coupled to the converter and is resonant at the resonant frequency of th ...


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Balamuth Lewis: Ultrasonic method and apparatus for tissue grafting. Ultrasonic Systems, September 28, 1971: US3608553 (11 worldwide citation)

The method and apparatus of grafting tissue, such as tissue in biological organisms such as humans, by the removal of live epidermal cells from one area of a body by ultrasonic means, and then transporting such cells in a suitable isotonic fluid suspension to the site where the fluidized cells are t ...


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Drew D Erickson, Stuart J Erickson: Ultrasonic spray coating system with enhanced spray control. Ultrasonic Systems, Heslin & Rothenberg, April 25, 1995: US05409163 (10 worldwide citation)

An ultrasonic spray coating system includes a converter which converts high frequency electrical energy into high frequency mechanical energy thereby producing vibrations. The converter has a resonant frequency. A spray forming head is coupled to the converter and is resonant at the resonant frequen ...


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Lewis Balamuth, Michael R Rutten, Robert Meyer: Ultrasonic toothbrush applicator. Ultrasonic Systems, March 2, 1976: US03941424 (10 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to the method of manufacturing a toothbrush adapted to be mounted on an automatic toothbrush power handle, and having as a power source vibratory energy in the ultrasonic range. The manufacturing process includes that of providing a plastic brush having a head portion includin ...


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Stuart Erickson, Drew Erickson: Methods and system for applying a uniform coating to a moving workpiece using an ultrasonic spray head. Ultrasonic Systems, Heslin & Rothenberg P C, April 22, 1997: US05622752 (8 worldwide citation)

A printed circuit board ("PCB") is moved on a conveyor towards an ultrasonic spray head ("head") that is mounted below the PCB on a guide rail. The guide rail and the direction of motion of the PCB define an acute angle. When the PCB reaches a predetermined position, the head begins a motion across ...