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Roger D Porter, Frank G McArthur: Therapeutic laser treatment. Curaelase, Smith Moore Leatherwood, Thomas W Epting, October 11, 2011: US08033284 (65 worldwide citation)

A method for treating selected tissue, including exposing the selected bone or tissue to laser light having a wavelength between approximately 600 and 1400 nm, and maintaining such exposure of the selected tissue or bone to the laser light for a period of time sufficient to deliver a laser light dos ...


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Matthew W Conable: Locking folding knife. Thomas W Epting, Leatherwood Walker Todd & Mann P C, April 16, 2002: US06370778 (51 worldwide citation)

A folding knife having a handle and a blade attached to the handle, the blade being connected for movement between a retracted position and an extended position with respect to the handle, and the blade a first locking profile, such as a notch. A locking member is provided having a second locking me ...


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Walter W Collins: Folding utility knife. Leatherwood Walker Todd & Mann P C, Thomas W Epting, October 4, 2005: US06951055 (35 worldwide citation)

A utility knife for receipt of a blade and including a handle and a blade carrier pivotally connected to the handle. A threaded fastener fastens a blade retainer to the blade carrier, and the threaded fastener is preferably configured for engagement by the user's hand to move the blade carrier betwe ...


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Charles A Uzes: System for detecting, tracking, and reconstructing signals in spectrally competitive environments. Leatherwood Walker Todd & Mann P C, Thomas W Epting, October 17, 2006: US07123548 (26 worldwide citation)

A system applicable to acoustic, seismic, electromagnetic, hydrodynamic, and shock waves utilizing a map between signal time series and signal vectors defining the mathematical wave field model characterizing the signal's wave field. This map is developed from wave models relating field values to th ...


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Darrel Ralph: Lock mechanism for spring assisted folding knife. Smith Moore Leatherwood, Thomas W Epting, April 20, 2010: US07698821 (21 worldwide citation)

The folding knife of the present invention includes a handle having first and second handle members that are maintained in spaced, parallel relation to one another by spacing elements that define a groove therebetween. The blade is pivotally attached to the handle at its tang portion and is movable ...


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Walter W Collins: Convertible knife system. Leatherwood Walker Todd & Mann, Thomas W Epting, July 24, 2007: US07246441 (21 worldwide citation)

An automatic folding knife having a sear provided on a pivoting blade, and an engagement member, configured for upward movement, for selectively engaging the sear. The engagement member extends generally to the exterior of each side portion of the handle. A spring-biased cable biases the blade towar ...


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Walter W Collins: Folding knife with cantilevered spring. Leatherwood Walker Todd & Mann P C, Thomas W Epting, December 12, 2006: US07146736 (20 worldwide citation)

An assisted opening folding knife having a blade with an engagement surface extending generally radially outwardly with respect to the pivot axis of the blade. A cantilevered leaf spring contacts the engagement surface and immediately urges the blade to the extended position upon the blade pivoting ...


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Randall S King: Folding knife with cantilevered retainer. Randall King Knives, Leatherwood Walker Todd & Mann P C, Thomas W Epting, October 23, 2007: US07284329 (20 worldwide citation)

A folding knife having a handle and a blade pivotally attached to the handle for pivoting between a retracted position and an extended position. A cantilever member is connected to the handle, and the cantilever member includes a free end. The blade includes a first stop and a second stop, and the f ...


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Jerry P Busse: Folding knife with locking blade. Leatherwood Walker Todd & Mann P C, Thomas W Epting, April 25, 2006: US07032315 (20 worldwide citation)

A folding knife having a blade locking member carried for sliding movement within a channel defined in the handle, the locking member being movable to a blade locking position when the blade is in an extended position. A spring, or other biasing structures, such as an opposing magnet arrangement, pr ...


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David A Blank: Combustion control via homogeneous combustion radical ignition (HCRI) or partial HCRI in cyclic IC engines. HCRI Technologies International, Smith Moore Leatherwood, Thomas W Epting, November 16, 2010: US07832372 (19 worldwide citation)

A process is provided for enhancing homogeneous combustion and improving ignition in rotary and reciprocating piston IC engines. Physical embodiments supporting this process have secondary chambers embedded in the cylinder periphery to initiate radical ignition (“RI”) species generation in an earlie ...