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Hans Timmermans: Method and apparatus for compressing a stent prior to insertion. Chernoff Vilhauer et al, February 2, 1993: US05183085 (217 worldwide citation)

A method is disclosed for compressing a helically coiled stent by folding coils about a first plane and a second plane, each plane containing the longitudinal axis of the stent and the first plane being normal to the second plane, and maintaining separation between individual coils of the stent whil ...


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Richard Picard: Golf swing training harness. Rachel Mae, Chernoff Vilhauer et al, February 23, 1993: US05188365 (37 worldwide citation)

This invention pertains to a novel golf swing training harness. More particularly, this invention relates to a novel harness which can be secured to the forward knee, forward wrist, rear elbow, and waist of a golfer to encourage the golfer to keep his or her limbs in correct position as the golfer p ...


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Myrlen L Bowman: Drawer knob assembly. Blaser Die Casting Co, Chernoff Vilhauer et al, March 19, 1996: US05499427 (37 worldwide citation)

A knob assembly for drawers and the like comprises an integral knob having a flat base member, a longitudinally-extending stem connected at one end to the base member and a threaded bore opening in a second stem end for receiving a screw fastener therein. An insert piece having a top portion and a r ...


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Iranpour Khormaei: Active matrix electroluminescent cell design. Planar Systems, Chernoff Vilhauer et al, October 31, 1995: US05463279 (34 worldwide citation)

An electroluminescent device comprises a plurality of layers including at least a transparent electrode layer, a circuit layer, and typically three layers including an electroluminescent layer sandwiched between front and rear dielectric layers, all three layers thereof disposed between the circuit ...


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Eric V Carlson, Iraj Nikzi: Foldable stool sample collection device. Eric V Carlson, Chernoff Vilhauer et al, November 7, 1995: US05463782 (27 worldwide citation)

A stool sample collection device including a sheet of preferably foldable material which has at least three extensions formed from the sheet which meet generally at an intersection, Attachment apparatus such as a removable adhesive is located at respective ends of the extensions distal from the inte ...


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Donald L Sampson: Method for plastics recycling. Chernoff Vilhauer et al, August 17, 1993: US05236603 (24 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides improved systems for plastic recycling. In a first embodiment for recycling HDPE milk jugs, a cold water wash step is used to remove bacteria-generated odor from milk jugs. In a second embodiment, a system for recovering PET and HDPE from soda bottles is disclosed. The ...


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Harold L Baker: Paperboard container for fluids having top opening fitment and exposed lip for engagement by handling implements. Longview Fibre Company, Chernoff Vilhauer et al, December 12, 1995: US05474203 (19 worldwide citation)

A paperboard container for storing and transporting fluids has a tubular shell formed from interfitting inner and outer shell pieces. The shell is enclosed at its bottom end by a base having projecting flaps which are sandwiched between the shell pieces and flaps located at the bottom of the outer s ...


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Neil M Rose, Stephen B Ackers, William F Burr, Brett M Rose: Anvil for use in a centrifugal impact crusher. Canica Crushers, Chernoff Vilhauer et al, February 9, 1993: US05184784 (13 worldwide citation)

A plurality of generally wedge-shaped anvils, for use in a centrifugal impact rock crushing machine, line the inner wall of a containment housing. A bracket supports the anvils in the vertical direction; the inner periphery of the housing prevents the radially outward movement of the anvils and reac ...


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Bernard J Coatta, John E Hargreaves, Terry J Coatta, Raymond J Smithson: Rapid, compact, high density storage of cargo containers. Chernoff Vilhauer et al, April 18, 1995: US05407316 (12 worldwide citation)

A multi-level cargo container storage rack. A container transport aisle extends through the rack from top to bottom and between opposed ends of the rack. A plurality of container storage positions are provided on each level and on each side of the aisle. A container elevator vertically displaces con ...


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Peter E Johnson, David A Johnson: High speed sorter/stacker. Chernoff Vilhauer et al, October 3, 1995: US05454687 (11 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for sorting and stacking thin rigid plates, such as used in storage batteries, receives the plates horizontally in spaced-apart groups, transports the groups horizontally and deposits them into stacks on a stacking apparatus that orients them vertically and delivers them for further pro ...