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Gyorgy Berentey, Andras Sarvary, Jozsef Feczko, Pal Pasztor: Bone joining plate. Technomed Gmk, Mandeville and Schweitzer, March 24, 1987: US04651724 (183 worldwide citation)

The object of the present invention is a bone joining plate which is suitable for securing the fractured bones even when the screwing alone is insufficient and which is easily adaptable to the conditions of application before or during the operation. According to the invention, a bone joining plate ...


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Joseph P Famolare Jr: Running shoe. Famolare, Mandeville and Schweitzer, March 31, 1981: US04258480 (162 worldwide citation)

Disclosed herein is a new and improved running shoe in which the structure and anatomy of the shoe, including the upper and the thermoplastic rubber unit bottom to which it is secured is balanced and synchronized with the complex action of the wearer's foot in order to tend to optimize the functioni ...


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Roderick E Collette: Interlocking rubber mat. Pawling Rubber Corporation, Mandeville and Schweitzer, September 8, 1981: US04287693 (141 worldwide citation)

A ventilated interlocking floor tile is disclosed comprising a lower layer including a heavy, substantially solid edge region provided with a plurality of interlocks for attachment with contiguous tiles and an upper layer securely fastened to the lower layer to form an upper floor surface including ...


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Robert L Brown: Asphalt paver with telescoping screed. White Consolidated, Mandeville and Schweitzer, April 12, 1983: US04379653 (80 worldwide citation)

The disclosure relates to a floating screed type asphalt paver provided with extendable, retractable auxiliary screed units which, in their retracted positions, are mounted in front of the main screed and carry edger plates. By mounting the screed extensions in front of the main screed units, it is ...


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Joseph P Famolare Jr: Cinching closure. Famolare, Mandeville and Schweitzer, September 19, 1978: US04114297 (77 worldwide citation)

A new and improved cinch-type closure is provided for athletic footwear. The closure serves the combined functions of securing the athletic footwear in comfort to the wearer's foot, maintaining the primary shoe fastener, i.e., tied laces, tightly intact, and contributing to the overall support of th ...


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Jurgen Michael Wenzel: Mobile delivery flow equalizer. Mannesmann Demag, Mandeville and Schweitzer, September 21, 1982: US04350241 (71 worldwide citation)

A mobile bulk goods delivery system is provided for spacing and evening out the delivery of quantities of bulk goods received so that subsequent operations in a production line are not jammed with intermittent overload quantities of bulk goods to be processed. The delivery system of the disclosure i ...


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Joseph P Famolare Jr: Shock absorbing athletic shoe with air cooled insole. Famolare, Mandeville and Schweitzer, January 4, 1977: US04000566 (71 worldwide citation)

Disclosed herein is a shoe construction, especially well suited for athletic footwear, comprising a one-piece molded sole having a bottom tread surface and an upper "fully orthopedic" foot supporting surface, a plurality of primary canals formed at the upper surface of the sole extending from the pe ...


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Presnick Michael C: Inflatable insulation for packaging. Mandeville and Schweitzer, June 17, 1975: US3889743 (71 worldwide citation)

The invention disclosed herein relates to the use of dead air spaces to provide insulation for packaged materials. In one form of the invention, a nested pair of thermoplastic bags define an inflatable chamber therebetween, which chamber, upon being filled with air, provides a dead air space between ...


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Klaus Becker, Uwe Lichtenvort, Dieter Behrmann: Slide. DEMAG Aktiengesellschaft, Mandeville and Schweitzer, April 8, 1980: US04196900 (64 worldwide citation)

A slide is provided with a simplified support construction involving a reduced number of parts at reduced cost. Also, the appearance of the slide is improved by placing a substantial portion of the reduced support directly under the slide path. Each slide path may include only four vertical supports ...


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Jerzy F Patejak: Flying saw with movable work shifter. Aetna Standard Engineering Company, Mandeville and Schweitzer, October 18, 1977: US04054071 (62 worldwide citation)

An improved flying saw of simplified and more economical construction is disclosed which operates smoothly with reduced vibration and which performs in an improved manner at higher operating speeds. The machine has a main crank arm with a rotary saw blade at one end and an adjustable counterweight a ...