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Warren M Dusbiber: Ball and process and composition of matter for production thereof. Acushnet Company, Eyre Mann Lucas & Just, October 31, 1978: US04123061 (274 worldwide citation)

A polyurethane golf ball is disclosed. The golf ball comprises a core and a cover at least one of which is a polyether urethane prepolymer with a curing agent selected from the group consisting of trifunctional polyols, tetrafunctional polyols and amine-type curing agents having at least two reactiv ...


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Robert A Brown, Shenshen Wu: Method of molding polyurethane covered golf balls. Acushnet Company, Lucas & Just, April 9, 1991: US05006297 (210 worldwide citation)

A polyurethane covered golf ball is made by allowing the polyurethane cover stock material to partially cure in an open mold and subsequently molding a golf ball product. The molding is done by first molding a smooth-surfaced golf ball product in a smooth-walled fixed-pin mold and then, in a second ...


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Edward J Isaac: Polyurethane covered golf balls. Acushnet Company, Eyre Mann Lucas & Just, November 2, 1976: US03989568 (176 worldwide citation)

An improved process and resultant composition for covering golf balls with polyurethane is disclosed. Either the prepolymers or the curing agents are selected to have different rates of reaction so that a partial cure can be made to form a ball half shell whereafter the half shell can be disposed ab ...


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M Daniel Larzul: Apparatus for repeated automatic execution of a thermal cycle for treatment of samples. Societe de Conseils de Recherches et d Applications Scientifiques, Lucas & Just, January 5, 1993: US05176203 (167 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for repeated automatic execution of a thermal cycle for the treatment of a sample, especially a biological sample, comprises means (6) defining a pathway which is physically closed throughout the treatment and within which the sample is resident throughout the treatment. Means (3, 4, 11, 1 ...


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Norman Sherman, Timara Underbakke: Process for the manufacture of shaped fibrous products and the resultant product. USG Acoustical Products Company, Lucas & Just, September 23, 1986: US04613627 (148 worldwide citation)

A wet process for the manufacture of shaped fibrous products such as acoustical ceiling board is disclosed. The ceiling board binder is foamed prior to being combined with the solids. Substantial reductions in water requirements are obtained accompanied by substantial energy savings in the drying op ...


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Steven Aoyama: Golf ball. Acushnet Company, Lucas & Just, October 2, 1990: US04960281 (133 worldwide citation)

The golf ball has no three dimples in a row with edges aligned. This pattern produces a golf ball with reduced drag. The preferred golf ball has multiple sizes of dimples.


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John W Jepson, Walter Reid, Robert A Brown: Golf club wood. Acushnet Company, Eyre Mann Lucas & Just, October 12, 1976: US03985363 (126 worldwide citation)

An improved wood type golf club is disclosed. A reinforcing member is provided in the club whereby the strength of attachment of the shaft to the club is greater than with conventional wood type clubs. Additionally, because of the shape of the reinforcing member, a portion of the weight of the club ...


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Raymond A Berard: Golf ball with fluorescent cover. Acushnet Company, Lucas & Just, January 17, 1989: US04798386 (126 worldwide citation)

An improved colored golf ball is disclosed. The golf ball is made with a fluorescent coloring. In order to improve durability and give very pleasing aesthetics, the fluorescent coloring is blended into the cover stock. The name and/or number preferably are stamped directly onto the core for surprisi ...


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Walter L Reid Jr, Ralph L Delano, John W Jepson: Separate component construction wood type golf club. Acushnet Company, Eyre Mann Lucas & Just, March 18, 1980: US04193601 (112 worldwide citation)

A "wood-type" golf club comprising a plurality of separately constructed and finished components is disclosed. In its preferred form, the golf club comprises a face plate, a club head block and a reinforcing collar. The face plate, the club head block and the collar are separately constructed and fi ...


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Roland Cherif Cheikh: Osmotic pumps. Societe de Conseils de Recherches et d Applications Scientifiques, Lucas & Just, January 18, 1994: US05279608 (105 worldwide citation)

An osmotic pump comprises a housing (2) within which is a delivery chamber (5) separated from an osmotic salt chamber (7) by impermeable moveable pressure responsive means such as a piston (6) or a flexible membrane. The osmotic salt chamber (7) is separated from a source of osmotic fluid, e.g. an o ...