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Klaus Werner Bohle, Peter Hoeschler: Drawer for the management of optical fibers. 3M Innovative Properties Company, James J Trussell, August 2, 2005: US06925241 (204 worldwide citation)

A system for management of optical fibers. The system has a housing including a back side and a front side. There are a plurality of drawers mounted in the housing. The drawers have a front and a back and are mounted so as to be moveable between a first position and a second position. The drawers ar ...


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Jason A Chesley, Donald R Bell, Harold E Rude, William F Sheffield, David F Slama, Alan N Stephens: Method of making an abrasive article. Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, Gary L Griswold, Walter N Kirn, James J Trussell, April 9, 1996: US05505747 (113 worldwide citation)

A method for making an abrasive article is disclosed, including the steps of providing a substrate having abrasive means on one surface, and providing a plurality of hooking stems on the opposite surface thereof. Several illustrative variations of the inventive method are disclosed.


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Robert P Arens, Russell D Birkholz, Dee Lynn Johnson, Theodore P Labuza, Curtis L Larson, David J Yarusso: Time-temperature integrating indicator device. Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, Gary L Griswold, Walter N Kirn, James J Trussell, September 16, 1997: US05667303 (106 worldwide citation)

A selectively activated time-temperature integrating device for providing a visually observable indication of cumulative thermal exposure, in which a viscoelastic material migrates into a diffusely light-reflective porous matrix at a rate which varies with temperature to progressively change the lig ...


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Craig E Hamer, John D Moon, Thomas A Kotnour: Methods of making packaged viscoelastic compositions. Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, James J Trussell, September 8, 1998: US05804610 (106 worldwide citation)

Methods for preparing viscoelastic compositions (e.g., adhesives such as hot melt adhesives) in which a pre-viscoelastic composition (e.g., a pre-adhesive composition) is combined with a packaging material and then polymerized by transmissive energy.


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Charles H Dodgen, Sergio A Alarcon, Jerome A Pratt, Mark C Woods: Outdoor electronic equipment cabinet. 3M Innovative Properties Company, James J Trussell, September 7, 2004: US06788535 (98 worldwide citation)

An outdoor telecommunications cabinet comprising an electronic compartment adapted to contain heat-generating electrical equipment, having a main electronic compartment including a rear wall panel and two clamshell doors, a floor panel and a cover panel, including access areas and an equipment stora ...


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Timothy L Hoopman, Stanley B Collins, James A Servatius: Method and apparatus for knurling a workpiece, method of molding an article with such workpiece, and such molded article. 3M Innovative Properties Company, James J Trussell, November 2, 1999: US05975987 (78 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for knurling a workpiece in which the knurl pattern has an oblique helix angle relative to the longitudinal axis of the cylindrical workpiece. Also disclosed is a method of molding a molded article with the knurled workpiece to impart the inverse of the knurl pattern onto the ...


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David E Johnson, Lawrence J Mann, Scott M Mevissen, Richard M Pihl, David C Roeker: Molded abrasive brush. Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, Gary L Griswold, Walter N Kirn, James J Trussell, October 21, 1997: US05679067 (76 worldwide citation)

A molded abrasive brush having a backing with a plurality of bristles extending therefrom. The backing and bristles are preferably integrally molded. The brush is molded from a moldable polymer such a thermoset polymer, thermoplastic polymer, or thermoplastic elastomer. The moldable polymer includes ...


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Timothy L Hoopman: Method for knurling a workpiece. 3M Innovative Properties Company, James J Trussell, September 7, 1999: US05946991 (76 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for knurling a workpiece in which the knurl pattern includes grooves of at least two different configurations. The apparatus includes a knurl wheel holder that allows angular rotation of the knurl wheel about the holder longitudinal axis while maintaining the knurl wheel point ...


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Richard Ionta, Donna W Bange, David E Johnson, Mara E Liepa, Richard M Pihl, David C Roeker: Molded brush segment. Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, James J Trussell, May 18, 1999: US05903951 (72 worldwide citation)

A molded brush segment having a plurality of integrally molded bristles extending from a generally planar center portion. The brush segment is molded from a moldable polymer such a thermoset polymer, thermoplastic polymer, or thermoplastic elastomer. The moldable polymer preferably includes a plural ...


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Harlan L Krinke, Mark E Reeves: Stacked laminate mold and method of making. 3M Innovative Properties Company, James J Trussell, December 12, 2000: US06159407 (70 worldwide citation)

A method of forming a stacked laminate mold. The method comprises the steps of: a) orienting a plurality of plates to have their respective major planes at a first angle relative to a fixed reference plane and parallel to one another, each of the plates including opposed parallel first and second ma ...