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William R Conner Jr: Automatic sewing apparatus. Stahl Urban Company, Koenig Senniger Powers and Leavitt, January 1, 1980: US04181085 (29 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for automatically sewing workpieces along edges of each workpiece extending in different directions, in which a workpiece is automatically turned when it has been stitched along one edge for stitching it along the next edge, by blowing air on the workpiece to swing it around, using the nee ...


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Geschwender Robert C: Method and apparatus for forming bulk containers from articulatable composite panels. Lancaster Research and Development Corporation, Koenig Senniger Powers and Leavitt, February 18, 1975: US3866523 (28 worldwide citation)

An articulatable composite panel adapted for erection into an enclosure such as a bulk container or bin. The panel is of a stiff but compressible material at least approximately one half inch in thickness and has a substantial resistance to bending on any axis thereof, and is constituted by a core w ...


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Kendall S Wills: Laser bread browning apparatus. Koenig Senniger Powers and Leavitt, January 16, 1979: US04135077 (27 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for heating the outer surface of an object such as a loaf of bread. The object is conveyed through a heating chamber which has a plurality of apertures therein. A plurality of laser beams of a wavelength that is readily absorbed by the outer surface of the object are generated and each bea ...


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Timothy J Fowler, Paul G Kanan: Unitary plastic pallet for handling heavy powder loads. Monsanto Company, Koenig Senniger Powers and Leavitt, February 15, 1977: US04007694 (27 worldwide citation)

A lightweight, unitary plastic pallet adapted for handling heavy powder loads. The pallet has a substantially rigid lower deck, a flexible, reinforced and continuous upper deck adapted to deflect against the lower deck under load, and a plurality of integral legs permitting forklift transport of the ...


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Gilbert F Dadowski, Robert J Mahr, Stanley P Drachman: Method and apparatus for printing raised ink images. Koenig Senniger Powers and Leavitt, May 8, 1979: US04152986 (26 worldwide citation)

A method of printing a raised ink image on a substrate for use as a hectographic or spirit duplicating master or the like involving forming a printing plate having a raised image area thereon, the latter having a plurality of regularly spaced, screen-like depressions therein for increasing the amoun ...


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Robert F Hoffman: Method of and apparatus for fabricating spiral wrapped cartridge cases. Kisco Company, Koenig Senniger Powers and Leavitt, January 15, 1980: US04183124 (25 worldwide citation)

Method of and apparatus for fabricating spiral wrapped cartridge cases or the like, in which an expandable bladder positioned within the interior of the cartridge case is initially expanded by application of hydraulic fluid at relatively low hydraulic pressure levels and at relatively high flow rate ...


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Raidl Jr John H: Relief valve isolating means. Koenig Senniger Powers and Leavitt, March 25, 1975: US3872875 (24 worldwide citation)

The combination of a safety relief valve and a frangible diaphragm relief device is disclosed wherein the frangible relief device is positioned upstream of the valve, thereby isolating the relief valve from the system. The isolation of the relief valve from the system pressure secures many process a ...


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Hal D Mitchell: Shoulder pad. A T O, Koenig Senniger Powers and Leavitt, June 19, 1979: US04158242 (24 worldwide citation)

A shoulder pad for football players comprising a chestplate portion, a backplate portion and a pair of arches integrally connecting the plate portions, the arches being laterally spaced to provide an opening for the neck of the wearer with the spacing such that the arches lie adjacent and relatively ...


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Thomas J Grant: Battery jumpering apparatus. Koenig Senniger Powers and Leavitt, August 28, 1979: US04166241 (24 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for jumpering a first battery to a second battery. First and second jumper cables are connected to terminals of the batteries, each jumper cable being connected between corresponding polarity battery terminals to form an electrical path therebetween. A normally open set of contacts of a re ...


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Jones Ralph D: Crop divider for harvester. Nor Lo Engineering Co, Koenig Senniger Powers and Leavitt, May 27, 1975: US3885377 (24 worldwide citation)

A crop divider for use on a harvester for separating the crop to be harvested in the path of the harvester from unharvested crops immediately adjacent the path of the harvester and for preventing the crop from entangling in the harvester and from forming large masses or slugs of crop in the harveste ...