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Jeff Straw, C Thomas Sylke: Safety enclosure system for medical devices. Jeff Straw, C Thomas Sylke, Arnold J Ericsen, January 15, 1991: US04985021 (60 worldwide citation)

A system for protecting an individual against injury or infection from a sharp instrument such as a needle or syringe includes a sheath slidably attached to the mounting. The sheath is locked in an open position during use of the needle and syringe. After use, the sheath is rotated to unlock the pro ...


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Edwin L Bremenour, Timothy E McAdams, Clifford A Rhodes: Static control device for printed circuit package. Allen Bradley Company, Arnold J Ericsen, February 6, 1979: US04138711 (46 worldwide citation)

A protective package for use with a printed circuit board having mounted thereon at least one semiconductive device susceptible to deleterious effects of variance of potential across the terminals of the device or the presence of static electric discharges. The package provides, in one embodiment, a ...


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John E Bartley, Orville R Penrod: Edge termination for an electrical circuit device. Allen Bradley Company, Arnold J Ericsen, August 23, 1983: US04400762 (33 worldwide citation)

An electrical circuit device having a ceramic substrate including a thick or thin film circuit on at least one surface thereof and an intersecting edge surface which may support termination leads anchored thereto and further retained by solder deposited upon an edge termination coating. The terminat ...


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Samuel B Johnson: Substrate with terminal connections and method of making the same. Allen Bradley Company, Arnold J Ericsen, September 5, 1978: US04110904 (29 worldwide citation)

An electrical circuit component includes an apertured substrate having a circuit deposited on a surface and further includes a terminal lead seated in the aperture and having laterally extending flanged portions in clamping relationship at opposite sides of the substrate. The inserted portion of the ...


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Willis J Racht, Paul Pfister: Terminal connection of electronic devices. Allen Bradley Company Milwaukee WI, Richard C Steinmetz Jr, Arnold J Ericsen, November 16, 1971: US3621442 (29 worldwide citation)

A process involving and connection for a chromium based electrically functioning portion supported on a substrate. A connecting layer is deposited and is bonded to the selected parts of the portion and comprises metals preferably taken from the group consisting of titanium, zirconium, tantalum and c ...


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Oscar L Denes, Lynn R Kiphart, Paul P Szalewski: Method of manufacturing printed circuit network devices. Allen Bradley Company, Arnold J Ericsen, November 15, 1983: US04415607 (28 worldwide citation)

A method of making a printed circuit network device including steps of depositing an insulating primary substrate layer on a temporary support member having a release surface, applying to the exposed surface of the primary substrate layer certain defined conductor areas, applying defined resistor ar ...


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William Stetz: Pipe welding apparatus. Aqua Chem, Arnold J Ericsen, C Thomas Sylke, August 20, 1991: US05040716 (23 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for aligning and supporting confronting pipe or tube sections to be welded together. An elongated supporting table is provided with a pair of inwardly grooved tracks and various pipe secondary support members are also provided to mate with the tracks and to hold several pipe or tube arr ...


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Gilbert Dominguez: Applicator for motor vehicle glass adhesives and sealants. C Thomas Sylke, Arnold J Ericsen, October 23, 1990: US04964362 (23 worldwide citation)

A dual applicator for simultaneously applying a polyurethane adhesive and sealant and a foam dam to a motor vehicle window or windshield and a robot arm capable of translating and/or rotating the applicator relative to the glass. The applicator includes a first nozzle for discharging the polyurethan ...


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Charles T Govin, William M Haselton, Robert J Konruff, Thomas G Bray: Tree stand. Total Shooting Systems, Arnold J Ericsen, C Thomas Sylke, March 20, 1990: US04909353 (21 worldwide citation)

A tree stand support platform assembly including a flexible strap or band for embracing a supporting upright and front and rear band supporting legs at opposite sides of the platform movable from and to a collapsed transport position to a raised operating position. The legs are each pivotally attach ...


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Charles W Krosp, James E Lockridge, Harvey L Crow Jr: Table or cart assembly. Arkla, Allan O Maki, Arnold J Ericsen, C Thomas Sylke, August 21, 1990: US04949701 (20 worldwide citation)

A cart/table unit includes a top, a base and opposed upright members in pre-assembled pivotal relationship, collapsed for shipping purposes. The unit may be assembled by unfolding to find operating position without requiring tools, and retained in operated position by means of automatically operated ...



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