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Daniel M Hennekes, David E Suica, Robert F Beckman: Releasable tool mount for manipulator. Cincinnati Milacron, John W Gregg, February 19, 1985: US04500065 (68 worldwide citation)

A releasable tool mount is provided for protecting tools carried by a manipulator from damage by excessive forces acting upon the tools irrespective of the direction of the force. The tool mount comprises a tool mounting plate, a housing for receiving the plate, support pins peripherally disposed up ...


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James H Giles Jr, Soo C Yoon: Vitreous bonded sol-gel abrasive grit article. Cincinnati Milacron, John W Gregg, Donald Dunn, March 10, 1992: US05094672 (64 worldwide citation)

There has been discovered the increased E-Modulus and grinding performance of vitreous bonded sol-gel abrasive grit abrasive articles, particularly abrasive grinding wheels, by the incorporation therein of inorganic, non-metallic bubbles. In a practice of the invention the abrasive article comprises ...


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Christopher L Vaniglia, Perry J Anderson, Dennis G O Keefe: Method and apparatus for process control. Cincinnati Milacron, John W Gregg, May 17, 1988: US04745541 (47 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus are provided for producing a control signal by digital computation for controlling an element affecting a process. The process is described by a sequence of activities, and the onset of each activity is marked by a predetermined change of a process parameter. An event detector ...


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S Scott Strickland, James R Krietemeyer, Jing Liao, Ian D Mead, Robert L Puckett: Numerical control method and apparatus. Cincinnati Milacron, John W Gregg, November 7, 1995: US05465215 (46 worldwide citation)

A manual data input facility of a machine control includes graphically assisted input. An MDI main display and lead-through graphic displays are generated to facilitate selection of functions and entry of associated data. The displays make use of graphic icons and text recognizable by an operator. I ...


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R William Kneifel II, Stephen T Walsh, Thomas W Minnich, Robert M Crovella, A Harold Morser: Method and apparatus for torque ripple compensation. Cincinnati Milacron, John W Gregg, August 22, 1995: US05444341 (44 worldwide citation)

Torque ripple in brushless DC motors is reduced by compensation of signals controlling energization of motor stator windings. Motor current magnitude is compensated in response to compensation factor values correlated to the ratio of actual torque to ideal torque at constant current at various relat ...


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James G Wiatt, James W Calvert, Samuel L Belcher, Roger D Smith: Apparatus for high rate production of biaxially oriented thermoplastic articles. Cincinnati Milacron, John W Gregg, Daniel P Worth, February 21, 1984: US04432720 (40 worldwide citation)

A machine for high rate production of molecularly oriented thermoplastic bottles is disclosed. The machine is of the reheat-and-blow type. A blow molding station simultaneously blow molds article preforms arranged in matrices by modular article carriers for conveying the preforms and articles throug ...


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Thomas Minnich, Alfred H Morser, Stanley L Myers, Stephen T Walsh: Motor control apparatus and method. Cincinnati Milacron, John W Gregg, February 16, 1993: US05187417 (40 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method for controlling brushless DC motors are provided. Velocity loop control is performed digitally to produce current commands at a high frequency loop closure interval. Commutation of field coil current is controlled in response to current commutation pattern control signals pro ...


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James G Wiatt, James W Calvert, Samuel L Belcher, Roger D Smith: Apparatus for high rate production of biaxially oriented thermoplastic articles. Cincinnati Milacron, John W Gregg, May 10, 1983: US04382760 (36 worldwide citation)

A machine for high rate production of molecularly oriented thermoplastic bottles is disclosed. The machine is of the reheat-and-blow type. A blow molding station simultaneously blow molds article preforms arranged in matrices by modular article carriers for conveying the preforms and articles throug ...


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Malcolm F Davis, Charles M Linser, Brian J Resnick: Manipulator with adaptive velocity controlled path motion. Cincinnati Milacron, John W Gregg, June 5, 1984: US04453221 (36 worldwide citation)

A manipulator and control are provided for moving a function element carried by the manipulator in accordance with programmed input signals defining positions and path velocities therebetween of a tool centerpoint associated with the function element. The path velocity is made susceptible of variati ...


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John A Berenberg, William A Haggerty, Richard L Kegg, Myron J Schmenk, Ralph C Taylor Jr: Method for modifying programmed positions by using a programmably controlled surface sensing element. Cincinnati Milacron, John W Gregg, January 25, 1983: US04370721 (36 worldwide citation)

A method is disclosed for modifying coordinate data in a machining program in response to workpiece measurements made by a programmably controlled surface sensing element. The location of the workpiece and position of workpiece characteristics are determined by a series of programmed scanning cycles ...