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Heiner Ophardt: Disposable plastic liquid pump. Riches McKenzie & Herbert, October 14, 1997: US05676277 (62 worldwide citation)

A disposable plastic pump for dispensing liquids is disclosed which comprises two basic unitary, preferably all plastic, elements: a chamber forming body having an open outer end and an inner end in fluid communication with a liquid reservoir, and a piston formed to slidably fit into the chamber. Th ...


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Jobst U Gellert: Coated injection molding nozzle and method. Riches McKenzie & Herbert, September 6, 1988: US04768283 (57 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to an improved injection molding nozzle and method of making it. The components are assembled and dipped in lacquer and powdered nickel prior to brazing in a vacuum furnace. This integrally brazes the components together, embeds an electrical heating element in a spiral channe ...


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Jobst U Gellert: Hot tip seal. Riches McKenzie & Herbert, July 21, 1981: US04279588 (57 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a hot tip seal located between the nozzle and the gate in an injection molding system. The seal has a generally cylindrical hollow outer portion which is seated in the nozzle and extends to abut on the cavity plate around the gate. Three ribs extend radially from the outer ...


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Frederick W Reilly: Hinge mechanism for use with folding structures. Miranda Investments, Riches McKenzie & Herbert, June 16, 1987: US04673308 (56 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a folding structure and more particularly, to a novel hinge mechanism for use with a folding structure. The hinge mechanism comprises a corner joint with at least one flange extending therefrom. A pivotal support means is provided with a securing means to secure the corner ...


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Jobst U Gellert: Injection molding nozzle seal. Riches McKenzie & Herbert, September 1, 1981: US04286941 (54 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a nozzle seal for valve-gated injection molding. The hollow seal is seated in the nozzle portion of the heater cast and extends across the insulative air gap and into a gate aperture in the cavity plate. The inner bore of the nozzle seal is tapered to form the gate which re ...


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HUPPI BRIAN, FADELL ANTHONY M, BARRENTINE DEREK, FREEMAN DANIEL: REPONSE AUTOMATIQUE A UNE ACTIVITE DUTILISATEUR ET DETECTION DE LACTIVITE DUN UTILISATEUR DANS DES DISPOSITIFS PORTABLES, AUTOMATED RESPONSE TO AND SENSING OF USER ACTIVITY IN PORTABLE DEVICES. Apple, Apple, RICHES MCKENZIE & HERBERT, June 18, 2013: CA2666438 (54 worldwide citation)

The various methods and devices described herein relate to devices which, in at least certain embodiments, may include one or more sensors for providing data relating to user activity and at least one processor for causing the device to respond based on the user activity which was determined, at lea ...


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Harald H Schmidt: Injection molding system with flanged insulating gate seal. Mold Masters, Riches McKenzie & Herbert, January 1, 1991: US04981431 (53 worldwide citation)

An injection molding system having at least one insulation gate seal extending outwardly to bridge an insulative air space between a heated nozzle and the adjacent cooled cavity plate. Each seal has a central bore therethrough to convey pressurized melt from the nozzle to the aligned gate. The outer ...


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Colin G Young: Computerized, central hydraulic, electronic variable suspension. Riches McKenzie & Herbert, October 20, 1987: US04700972 (53 worldwide citation)

A vehicle suspension system using sensors and a computing means to vary suspension and road-handling parameters such as wheel camber, suspension spring rates, suspension damping coefficients, vehicle leveling and clearance to provide a vehicle with optimum suspension characteristics. This system is ...


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Jobst U Gellert: Edge gated injection molding system with hollow seals. Riches McKenzie & Herbert, August 17, 1982: US04344750 (53 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to an edge gated injection molding system. An electrically heated sprue bushing is seated in a well in the cavity plate with a centrally extending melt runner passage which branches radially outward with separate channels leading to a number of edge gates in the cavity plate. ...


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Eric A Baird: Kite load-releasing device. Riches McKenzie & Herbert, June 27, 1989: US04842222 (51 worldwide citation)

A load carrying and releasing pendular device for attachment to a kite string and release the load on jerking on the kite string. The device is fixedly attached to the kite string at an upper location. The device is also releasably coupled to the kite string at a second lower location. The kite stri ...