Robert I Weiner, W Roger Sauter: Sequencing light controller. Robert I Weiner, Colton & Stone, July 29, 1980: US04215277 (63 worldwide citation)

A controller for sequentially energizing a plurality of lights, such as commercial display lighting or Christmas tree light strings, includes a plurality of outlet receptacles into which the lights or light strings may be connected, a Triac for each receptacle to control the energization thereof, a ...

Buckingham Robert P: Power cable shielding. The Okonite Company, Colton & Stone, February 5, 1974: US3790697 (62 worldwide citation)

A cable for transmitting electrical power incorporating a shield serving as a low resistance return path to carry heavy fault current. The shield comprises a multiplicity of helically wound elongate metallic elements such as straps, tapes or wires. The lay length of the metallic elements, if tapes o ...

Bolger John G: Supplying power to vehicles. Colton & Stone, October 21, 1975: US3914562 (59 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed an electrically driven vehicle having suitable batteries to drive the vehicle on conventional roads. The vehicle has means thereon for receiving power from a conductor embedded in a prepared roadway for driving the vehicle and for charging the batteries. An important feature of th ...

John A Cupler II: Method and apparatus for performing surgery without tissue incision. Colton & Stone, January 11, 1977: US04002169 (53 worldwide citation)

The introduction of surgical instruments into an animal body is effected, without tissue incision, by migrating a specially constructed hollow needle into the body behind a rotary augering tool journalled in the hollow needle. Surgical procedures may then be performed with the rotary tool or the sam ...

Eby John B: Fastener holding attachment. Colton & Stone, August 26, 1975: US3901298 (50 worldwide citation)

The disclosure is broadly directed, in function, to an improved fastener-holding attachment whose purpose is to releasably integrate a fastener with its driving tool whereby the fastener becomes a rigid extension of the tool and may be driven without additional manual or other support.This function ...

Edward J Joffe: One-piece spectacle with hinge. Colton & Stone, August 23, 1983: US04400067 (50 worldwide citation)

A spectacle frame of one-piece molded plastic construction for film-like lens, e.g., lens used in viewing 3-D movies, includes a pair of temple pieces connected by a crossbar and a lens frame and bridge piece joined to the crossbar by a hinge web. A latch integral with the crossbar engages the bridg ...

Artus Feist: Panels for cladding floors, walls and ceilings of rooms. Colton & Stone, February 17, 1981: US04250674 (42 worldwide citation)

Panels for cladding floors, walls and ceilings of rooms for locating ducting for carrying heating/cooling media for controlling the room temperature.

Forrest L Wood, Maurice: Live well for high speed open fishing boat. Wood Manufacturing Company Incorporated, Colton & Stone, July 5, 1977: US04033280 (39 worldwide citation)

A high speed open fishing boat construction has a hull portion, a top liner portion joined to said hull portion, and a fish live well assembly formed integral with the top liner portion and positioned so that its center of gravity is located on the longitudinal centerline of the top liner portion. T ...

Herbert E Gladish: Doctor blade, drying or sealing assembly. E B Eddy Forest Products, Colton & Stone, January 29, 1980: US04185399 (36 worldwide citation)

The described apparatus has utility as a doctor on a paper machine, as a drying element in an aircap dryer and as a sealing element in such a dryer. It involves a foot portion having an outer surface generally conforming to the curvature of the cylinder surface on which it is used. It is resiliently ...

Haff William B: Adjustable harness for ski boot. Colton & Stone, November 4, 1975: US3917298 (33 worldwide citation)

A ski harness for securing a ski boot to a ski includes adjustment features which premit canting of the boot relative to the ski and means whereby the boot harness may be locked into a variety of angular positions. The device also provides toe-in/toe-out adjustability as well as fore and aft longitu ...