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T Edward Black: Perdurable composite cylinder. T Edward Black, T Edward Black, September 28, 2004: US06796617 (1 worldwide citation)

A perdurable composite roller skating cylinder and methodology of making the same from low cost readily available commoditized commercial parts. In the in-line roller skating embodiment the cylinder will provide the combine features of long wear life, shock absorption and smooth running through the ...


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T Edward Black: Perdurable composite roller skating cylinder with intrinsic constant longitudinal cushioning. T Edward Black, June 24, 2004: US20040119328-A1

This perdurable composite cylinder methodology allows for the inclusion of load cushioning or shock absorbing at the primary site of the generation of the disturbance. This is accomplished because the core to covering interference fit of the composite cylinder form a perdurable mechanical bond betwe ...


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T Edward Black: Perdurable composite roller skating cylinder with intrinsic variable longitudinal cushioning. T Edward Black, April 22, 2004: US20040075331-A1

This perdurable composite cylinder methodology allows for the inclusion of load cushioning or shock absorbing at the primary site of the generation of the disturbance. This is accomplished because the core to covering interference fit of the composite cylinder form a perdurable mechanical bond betwe ...


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T Edward Black: Triplane biblade perdurable ice skating channel paradigm which provides an intrinsically stable ice contact plane from which the launching into and landing from complex aerial and nonaerial ambulatory ice skating maneuvers, may be achieved. With integral facillities for enhancing skating maneuvers in both the aerial and nonaerial ice skating repertoire. T Edward Black, May 20, 2004: US20040094914-A1

In providing longitudinal bilateral support for the talocrural joint with two explicitly stabilized blades, the arrangement can be exploited by ice skaters to achieve an eclectic range of aerial, nonaerial, complex or routine ambulatory ice skating maneuvers. This novel aid to dynamic stability with ...


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T Edward Black: Triplanar sempiternal gymnoplexus with mutual longitudinal orthogonal planes and intrinsic structural integrity. T Edward Black, July 22, 2004: US20040140632-A1

This sempiternal gymnoplexus with its' innate structural integrity is the nexus of a new skating paradigm which will provide both longitudinal and sinistrodextral support to the talocrural joint during both ice and roller skating maneuvers. This paradigm can accommodate various special rail sliding ...


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T Edward Black: Tridisc paradigm, with a set of constant or nearly constant diameters, when attached to an appropriate perdurable chassis, will provide a stable contact plane from which the launching into and landing from complex aerial and nonaerial ambulatory skating maneuvers, may be achieved. T Edward Black, September 25, 2003: US20030178798-A1

The disc organizational paradigms which are herein defined, provide novel disc arrangements that can be exploited by skaters to achieve an eclectic range of aerial, nonaerial, complex and routine ambulatory skating maneuvers, with a minimum number of disc for a dynamically stable geometric pattern, ...


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T Edward Black: Perdurable chassis with intrinsic structural integrity, integral wrenching for one end of the motivating disc shafts extremity, a mounting plane for the devices activator and braking device mounting capabilities. T Edward Black, July 24, 2003: US20030136076-A1

This perdurable gymnoplexus with its' innate structural integrity is the nexus of a new paradigm which will accommodate the historical disc organizations and performance levels, while providing additional disc groupings capabilities for both enhanced and up to now, unattainable diversified performan ...



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