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Thomas M Galvin: System for visualizing, identifying and ordering gearing configurations. Morse Altman Dacey & Benson, October 16, 1990: US04964043 (126 worldwide citation)

The present invention enables visualizing, identifying and ordering speed reduction gearing configurations, particularly enclosed worm gear configurations, by a system comprising a mechanical display and a digital computer, which cooperate in a novel manner. The mechanical display includes sequences ...


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Roger G Little: Integrated solar cell and battery. Spice Corporation, Morse Altman Dacey & Benson, April 26, 1988: US04740431 (84 worldwide citation)

An integrated solar cell and battery are described, together with a process of making the same. The integrated solar cell and battery are made by employing thin film deposition techniques on a substrate. Preferably first, a thin film solar cell is deposited on the substrate, as for example, by sputt ...


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Piran Sioshansi, Richard W Oliver: Ion implantation of plastic orthopaedic implants. Spire Corporation, Morse Altman Dacey & Benson, July 28, 1992: US05133757 (80 worldwide citation)

A load-bearing plastic orthopaedic joint implant, formed aat least partially of UHMWPE or HDPE material, and a process of subjecting at least the load-bearing surface thereof to ion implantation so as to improve its surface characteristics are disclosed. Such improved surface characteristics result, ...


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Anton C Greenwald, Bobby L Buchanan: Process of making a ferroelectric electronic component and product. Spire Corporation, Morse Altman Dacey & Benson, December 3, 1991: US05070026 (77 worldwide citation)

An improved process of making a ferroelectric electronic component, such as a non-volatile RAM or an electro-optic switching array, is disclosed. The process essentially includes the separate formation of two subassemblies and then connecting them by placing one on top of the other. Electrical conta ...


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Dan Dyrek: Versatile therapeutic cold pack. Ergomed, Morse Altman Dacey & Benson, April 25, 1995: US05409500 (69 worldwide citation)

A therapeutic cold pack is provided for temporary affixation to an area of the human body. The cold pack comprises a pair of hermetic barrier layers that are heat sealed together throughout a plurality of articulations defining a plurality of compartments. A refrigerant gel, such as ethylene glycol, ...


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Harry G Reimels, David A Walsh, Michael J Arsenault: Ophthalmic aspirator-irrigator with valve. Mentor O & O, Morse Altman Dacey & Benson, August 16, 1988: US04764165 (67 worldwide citation)

An ophthalmic aspirator-irrigator system for use during cataract surgery is disclosed. The system frees both hands of the surgeon for the surgical tasks and leaves the automatic operation of the system to a single control input operated by a foot pedal. The pedal controls both the aspiration and eje ...


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Henry A Crivelli: Incorporation of rubber tire crumbs and siliceous crystalline grains in construction products. Morse Altman Dacey & Benson, November 2, 1993: US05258222 (60 worldwide citation)

A rubber tire recycling process comprises the steps of granulating rubber tires to form coarse rubber crumbs, mixing the coarse rubber crumbs with coarse siliceous grains to form a closely packed mixture of coarse particles that are roughly commensurate in size, thoroughly wetting the surfaces of th ...


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William E Tubin: Multi-functional protective eyewear. Scorpion Sunglasses, Morse Altman Dacey & Benson, February 21, 1995: US05390369 (56 worldwide citation)

Protective eyewear is provided with a visor component integrally sweeping arcuately over the bridge of the nose and over both eyes between opposed extremities that are positioned rearwardly of the outer corners of both eyes, a lens component having portions sweeping arcuately across both eyes betwee ...


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Stephen P Tobin, Mark B Spitzer: Patterning process. Spire Corporation, Morse Altman Dacey & Benson, September 13, 1988: US04771017 (54 worldwide citation)

An improved patterning process, useful for the metallization of highly efficient photovoltaic cells, the formation of X-ray lithography masks in the sub half-micron range, and in the fabrication of VLSI and MMIC devices, is disclosed. The improved patterning process includes the steps of providing a ...


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H Paul Maruska: Optical heterodyne receiver for fiber optic communications system. Spire Corporation, Morse Altman Dacey & Benson, September 19, 1995: US05452118 (50 worldwide citation)

A monolithic integrated optical heterodyne receiver circuit formed on a single chip and a process of its manufacture are disclosed. The heterodyne receiver circuit essentially includes a tunable local oscillator formed on a substrate for generating a first light beam, a first waveguide coplanarly fo ...