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Haruhiko Koto: Ink supply system for ink jet printers. Shinshu Seiki Kabushiki Kaisha, Kabushiki Kaisha Suwa Seikosha, Blum Kaplan Friedman Silberman & Beran, January 11, 1983: US04368478 (91 worldwide citation)

An ink supply system for an ink printer. The system includes an ink cartridge which supplies ink through a conduit to the print head of the printer. A bubble trapping device is disposed along the conduit and includes a porous member which prevents air bubbles from entering the nozzle of the print he ...


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Benjamin J Cimock: Flashlight wand. I & K Trading Company, Blum Kaplan, October 30, 1990: US04967321 (90 worldwide citation)

A lighted wand includes a handle housing and contains an elongated transparent enclosure. Within the transparent enclosure are light reflecting objects. Light beams are transmitted through the transparent enclosure and deflect off the reflecting objects.


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Vito Blancato: Method and apparatus for displaying hairstyles. Combputer Images, Blum Kaplan, March 15, 1988: US04731743 (90 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method for previewing a subject on a computer screen. Prior to such preview, a plurality of new hairstyles is stored in a disk associated with the computer. The subject's face is outlined and the subject's hair is removed and replaced with one of the new hairstyles stored in the com ...


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Dennis G Priddy, Robert S Cymbalski: Dynamically variable machine readable binary code and method for reading and producing thereof. International Data Matrix, Blum Kaplan, October 1, 1991: US05053609 (89 worldwide citation)

A machine readable binary code which is dynamically variable in size, format and density of information is provided. The binary code is formed as a matrix having a perimeter and data contained therein. The perimeter is provided with density indicia for indicating the density of data contained within ...


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Keith Connelly: Illuminated toy ball. I & K Trading Corporation, Blum Kaplan, August 17, 1993: US05236383 (87 worldwide citation)

A toy ball of increased play value is provided and includes a sphere. A light source is disposed within the sphere. A switch disposed within the sphere activates the light source when the ball is impacted such as when it is bounced.


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James A Bouton: Portable tray table. Blum Kaplan, March 22, 1988: US04732274 (85 worldwide citation)

A portable tray table having an upper surface for supporting food, a lower surface and a peripheral edge. A skirt is coupled to the peripheral edge of the panel and extends downwardly therefrom. The panel includes an opening therein wit a cup holder supported on the panel about the opening which ext ...


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Tsuguo Gomi: Multi-layer display device. Kabushiki Kaisha Suwa Seikosha, Blum Kaplan Friedman Silberman and Beran, January 3, 1984: US04423929 (84 worldwide citation)

A multi-layer display device including at least two liquid crystal display cells overlapping along a line of sight is provided. Adjacent display cell layers may share a common transparent plate therebetween. Patterns are displayed by selectively applying a voltage between opposed pattern and common ...


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Hiroshi Kamakura, Tomio Sonehara, Takeshi Ono, Junichi Nakamura, Akitaka Yajima, Shuji Aruga: Projection-type color display device. Seiko Epson Corporation, Blum Kaplan Friedman Silberman & Beran, July 25, 1989: US04850685 (83 worldwide citation)

A projection-type color display device. The display device includes a light source which provides light and a color separation member which receives the light and which separates the received light into the different colors of red, blue and green light. A light valve device receives the red, blue an ...


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Yeun H Park, Jong L Woo, Hak M Kim: Composite fiber. Kolon, Blum Kaplan Friedman Silberman and Beran, July 17, 1984: US04460649 (80 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a composite fiber consisting of two components, for example, such as a polyamide and a polyester, and to a multi-segment fiber wherein the two components thereof can be separated into a plurality of microfibers by chemical and physical treatments. Particularly, the i ...


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Mitsuaki Maruyama: Ink jet printer. Epson Corporation, Kabushiki Kaisha Suwa Seikosha, Blum Kaplan Friedman Silberman and Beran, April 19, 1983: US04380770 (79 worldwide citation)

An ink jet printer includes pumped-forced circulation of ink through the printer head and a nozzle cap which together eliminate gas from the ink supply and overcome ink stagnation which adversely affect printing quality. Ink from a tank circulates through the printer head and returns to the tank whi ...