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Sprague Jr Gordon V: Adhesive process. USM Corporation, Pollard Benjamin C, White Vincent A, Megley Richard B, October 7, 1975: US3911173 (314 worldwide citation)

Process for applying adhesive to a surface, particularly for attaching a tread member to a shoe in which an adhesive applicator including a jet providing a gas stream having a rotational component is constructed to extrude viscous fluid adhesive to form a filament and to lay down the filament while ...


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George H Pacharis, Kunissery P Sadanandan: Pull-to-set anchoring device. USM Corporation, Owen J Meegan, September 8, 1981: US04287807 (161 worldwide citation)

In a pull-to-set anchoring device for cementatious material in which a nut is disposed upon one end of a stem and a head is formed on the other and a band is disposed on the stem intermediate the head and the nut, the band being arranged to slide into engagement with the cementatious material when t ...


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Johnson Herbert, Sillars Frederick S: Electric safety control mechanism. USM Corporation, Johnson Carl E, White Vincent A, Megley Richard B, January 21, 1975: US3861016 (82 worldwide citation)

A guard is movably mounted in a machine adjacent to shiftable operating mechanism potentially capable of injuring an attendant as by clamping his hand when it is inadvertently interposed between the operating mechanism and some other portion of the machine. A safety circuit associated with the guard ...


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Thomas A Shields: Blister package. USM Corporation, Alan N McCartney, February 12, 1985: US04499353 (67 worldwide citation)

A reusable container formed from a transparent material and having hinged top and bottom portions, the bottom portion have a flange formed with an circumferentially disposed inverted U-shaped shoulder merging into an enlarged article carrying section. The top portion having a flange with a recessed ...


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Harald Schaty: Plastic pipe clip. USM Corporation, Aubrey C Brine, November 5, 1985: US04550891 (61 worldwide citation)

A one-piece plastic pipe clip has one or more pipe-receiving portions, one wall of which is provided by a rockable element which overlies a stud-receiving hole in the clip body so that the element will close over a pipe and secure it when the clip is assembled on a projecting stud. The elements may ...


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Peter Potzas: Pipe clip. USM Corporation, Aubrey C Brine, September 17, 1985: US04541602 (49 worldwide citation)

A pipe clip is provided having means for retaining the clip on a stud. Means for retaining a pipe on the clips comprises a flexible finger which embraces the pipe, and the means for retaining the clip on a stud includes a locking portion which is movable from a position allowing the finger to flex f ...


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Robert W Osterland, Nicholas M Benedetti: Molding clip. USM Corporation, Aubrey C Brine, December 23, 1986: US04630338 (49 worldwide citation)

A one-piece resilient fastener or molding clip for retaining trim, molding or applique strips, parts, panels and other decorative items in bridging position over a gap between two spaced members is disclosed. Such a clip, which is particularly useful for attaching objects such as trim strips in auto ...


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Raymond M Tremblay: Staple gun for accommodating a range of staple sizes. USM Corporation, Donald N Halgren, Richard B Megley, Vincent A White, May 25, 1976: US03958738 (44 worldwide citation)

A range of staple sizes, including different leg lengths as well as different leg spacings, is enabled to be handled by a single gun. The smallest leg spacing staples of the range are guided by a pair of spaced parallel inner rails of a magazine into driving position, the staples of greatest leg spa ...


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Heinz Stock, Hans W Rebentisch deceased: Method and device for metering and dispersing fluid materials. USM Corporation, Benjamin C Pollard, Vincent A White, Richard B Megley, June 1, 1976: US03960187 (44 worldwide citation)

Method and device for metering and dispensing viscous or partly fluid materials in which the fluid material is flowed downwardly as a column through a tube, is separated into portions by injecting gas into the column to form bubbles spaced along the length of the fluid column and discharging the sep ...


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Nicholas M Benedetti: Clip for securing a panel to a support. USM Corporation, Alan N McCartney, September 6, 1983: US04402118 (43 worldwide citation)

A generally "U" or "V" shaped clip type fastener adapted to secure a projection on one part in an opening or aperture in another part. The fastener has a lead portion for insertion into the opening with locking tabs for attachment to the projection and a trailing locking portion which passes over th ...