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Gerald R Swenson, Emil S Swenson, Gary A Young: Air bed with firmness control. Dial A Firm International, Stephenson and Boller, July 26, 1983: US04394784 (89 worldwide citation)

A bed or mattress structure having at least one pneumatic bladder confined within an outer perimeter of resilient but relatively firm edging material, with top and bottom covers, wherein air flow tubes are coupled into the penumatic bladder and are connected to an electrically driven blower assembly ...


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Charles W Mason: Attachment of Herbst mechanism to maxillary arch. Stephenson and Boller, November 5, 1985: US04551095 (47 worldwide citation)

Attachment of a Herbst mechanism to the maxillary arch by use of a headgear tube is disclosed. A shaft of a length greater than that of the tube passes completely through the tube so as to project both mesially and distally from the tube. The connection of the Herbst mechanism is to that portion of ...


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Robert X Hafele: Injection blow molding apparatus. Hoover Universal, Stephenson and Boller, August 5, 1986: US04604044 (47 worldwide citation)

A process and multistation apparatus for injection blow molding a thermoplastic material to form a blow molded container having an integral injection molded handle is disclosed. The process and apparatus feature an injection mold which is closed to form an injection mold cavity with a contiguous inj ...


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Robert L Propst, Travis M Randolph: Electrical energy supply system for work stations in a space divider system. Herman Miller, Stephenson and Boller, May 10, 1983: US04382648 (45 worldwide citation)

An electrical energy supply system for space divider systems in which a plurality of upright wall panels are arranged end-to-end so as to form at least one work station, and in which the panels are mounted on downwardly extending leg supports. The energy supply system is an under-the-wall system in ...


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Alan Salyer: Weight type exercising device. Stephenson and Boller, October 29, 1985: US04549733 (44 worldwide citation)

A cable exercise machine has the capability for allowing a user to perform various exercises by the lifting and lowering of weights by means of a cable. The cable is tethered at opposite ends on the frame of the machine and it passes through a sheave assembly and a sheave block assembly. The user pu ...


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Larry D Thomas, David L Waltke, Gary Gibson: Composite metal and plastic tank. Hoover Group, Stephenson and Boller, March 10, 1987: US04648521 (41 worldwide citation)

A composite metal and plastic tank consisting of a metal frame assembly with a replaceable hollow plastic container mounted therein. The plastic container has downwardly inclined flow channels formed in its base to insure complete drainage of the container when desired and the bottom wall of the fra ...


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Robert L Propst: Office seating with activity features. Herman Miller, Stephenson and Boller, June 5, 1984: US04452449 (37 worldwide citation)

An office seating system which incorporates certain activity features into the office seating arrangement allowing the occupant to obtain beneficial exercise during the performance of work tasks. The activities which may be performed include: pedal pumping by the feet; a rocking of the seat on the u ...


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Elwyn R Gooding: Chin strap safety attachment for protective headgear. The Regents of the University of Michigan, Stephenson and Boller, August 16, 1983: US04398306 (37 worldwide citation)

A chin strap safety attachment including a high impact resistant rigid anchor insert mounted upon a chin strap of the protective headgear. The anchor insert has a tongue which is shaped so as to be insertable into an opening in a coacting anchor plate when the anchor insert is rotated from its norma ...


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Lutz Langhans: Device for the optical chopping of a laser beam. Stephenson and Boller, March 29, 1983: US04378480 (36 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for optical chopping of a laser beam into discrete light pulses consisting of a source of laser light, a rotating mirror, a first collecting lens located between the laser source and the rotating mirror, a first system of collecting lenses for receiving light reflected from the mirror, and ...


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Duane W Witzke: J-clip mounting system for load bearing seat members. Hoover Universal, Stephenson and Boller, August 5, 1986: US04603907 (35 worldwide citation)

A vehicle seat assembly which includes a frame having side rails with upright webs and upper flanges and a load carrying pre-stretched web mounted on and extending between the side rails. A plurality of J-clips are provided for mounting the web on the side rails so as to maintain the web in its pre- ...