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aaron alls
Artemio V Cano, Aaron Alls, Mike Wiggins: Three stage mast. Wiggins Light Co, Kelly Lowry & Kelley, November 2, 2010: US07823698

The present invention is directed to an apparatus and method for raising and lowering a three-stage forklift mast assembly having a reduced overall lowered height. A first linkage system on the outer and middle masts creates a 2:1 movement ratio of the middle mast with respect to movement of a pisto ...


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aaron alls
Aaron Alls, Joseph Beck, Bruce W Farber: Gusseted torsion system for an open frame vehicle. Kelly Lowry & Kelley, August 13, 2009: US20090200836-A1

A gusseted torsion system minimizes torsional deflection in an open frame vehicle having a generally U-shaped frame with two generally parallel beams. The gusseted torsion system includes cross members extending between the parallel beams and gussets adjacent each end of the cross members. The gusse ...


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aaron alls
Bruce W Farber, Aaron Alls, Joseph Beck: Slider scissor lift for a vehicle operator console. Kelly Lowry & Kelley, August 13, 2009: US20090200117-A1

An improved slider scissor lift results in forward or backward movement of a raised work platform. The forward or backward movement is achieved by positioning upper pins and sliders oppositely from lower pins and sliders. This oppositely pinned configuration results in an operation whereby the base ...


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aaron alls
Bruce W Farber, Michael M Wiggins, Aaron Alls, Joseph Beck, Leming Yue: Boat lifting and stacking vehicle. Wiggins Lift Co, Kelly Lowry & Kelley, April 24, 2008: US20080095578-A1

A boat lifting and stacking vehicle having a low profile frame, a carriage connected to a frame via a transverse I-beam track, a mast having a pair of forks protruding therefrom, and a hydraulic suspension system. The vehicle further includes an operating console that moves transversely and vertical ...


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aaron alls
Artemio Cano, Aaron Alls, Mike Wiggins: Three stage mast. Wiggins Lift Co, Kelly Lowry & Kelley, February 5, 2009: US20090032338-A1

The present invention is directed to an apparatus and method for raising and lowering a three-stage forklift mast assembly having a reduced overall lowered height. A first linkage system on the outer and middle masts creates a 2:1 movement ratio of the middle mast with respect to movement of a pisto ...


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Henry R Halperin, Robert A Stevenson: Band stop filter employing a capacitor and an inductor tank circuit to enhance MRI compatibility of active implantable medical devices. Greatbatch, Kelly Lowry & Kelley, April 22, 2008: US07363090 (208 worldwide citation)

A band stop filter is provided for a lead wire of an active implantable medical device (AIMD). The band stop filter includes a capacitor in parallel with an inductor. The parallel capacitor and inductor are placed in series with the implantable lead wire of the AIMD, wherein values of capacitance an ...


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Robert A Stevenson: Feedthrough filter capacitor assembly with internally grounded hermetic insulator. Greatbatch Sierra, Kelly Lowry & Kelley, April 25, 2006: US07035076 (198 worldwide citation)

A feedthrough filter capacitor assembly includes a conductive terminal pin which extends through a first passageway of a capacitor in conductive relation with a first set of electrode plates, and through a conductive ferrule and an insulator in non-conductive relation. The insulator includes ground ...


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Ashok C Khandkar, Darrel S Brodke, Ramaswamy Lakshminarayanan: Total disc implant. Amedica Corporation, Kelly Lowry & Kelley, February 7, 2006: US06994727 (194 worldwide citation)

A total disc implant (TDI) is provided for total replacement of a spinal disc or discs in a human patient or other mammal, wherein the TDI is designed to maintain a substantially full range of natural motion (ROM) following implantation. The TDI generally comprises, in one preferred form, upper and ...


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Robert A Stevenson: RFID detection and identification system for implantable medical devices. Greatbatch, Kelly Lowry & Kelley, March 29, 2011: US07916013 (162 worldwide citation)

A radio frequency identification (RFID) system for use with active implantable medical devices (AIMD) implanted in a patient comprises an interrogator and an RFID tag comprising a substrate, an RFID chip, and an antenna. The RFID is typically enclosed in a biocompatible and hermetically sealed conta ...


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Robert A Stevenson, Christine A Frysz, Haytham Hussein, Richard L Brendel: Inductor capacitor EMI filter for human implant applications. Greatbatch Sierra, Kelly Lowry & Kelley, February 14, 2006: US06999818 (141 worldwide citation)

A feedthrough terminal assembly for an active implantable medical device includes a conductive ferrule conductively coupled to a housing of the medical device, a feedthrough capacitor conductively coupled to the ferrule, an inductor closely associated with the capacitor in non-conductive relation, a ...