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Maria Nabuurs: Device for measuring the position of an object that can be moved forward and backward along a fixed path. Steven M Koehler, c o WESTMAN CHAMPLIN & KELLY PA, July 26, 2001: US20010009375-A1

The invention relates to a device for measuring the position of an object that can be moved forward and backward along a fixed path, such as a closure element of an open roof construction for a vehicle. The device includes a driving unit for said object and a pulse generator, which is driven by said ...


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Virgil A Marple, Daryl L Roberts: Method and apparatus for verifying integrity of cascade impactors. Nickolas E Westman, c o WESTMAN CHAMPLIN & KELLY PA, August 16, 2001: US20010013244-A1

An impactor assembly comprises a base for supporting a plurality of cups that form impactor plates, and a nozzle above each of the cups through which a flow passes for classification. The cover is removable, and a test cover can be put into position for mounting in place and providing outlets connec ...


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Brent D Lien: Peel-off roller for laminated layer. Nickolas E Westman, Westman Champlin & Kelly Pa, October 4, 2001: US20010025692-A1

An intermediate transfer film on which an image is printed is carried on a backing web and after is laminated to a substrate, such as an identification card. A lamination station uses heater rollers for the lamination process, and subsequent to the lamination station the backing web is guided to a t ...


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Hanh Ho, Kenneth W Quan, Clifford Teoh, Robert M Abrams, Joseph C Eder, Paul C Slaikeu, Michael P Wallace, James Barry: Bioactive three loop coil. Christopher L Holt, Westman Champlin & Kelly Pa, October 25, 2001: US20010034531-A1

One aspect of the present invention pertains to an implantable medical device for at least partially obstructing a neck portion of a vascular aneurysm. The device includes an occlusion subassembly comprising a base section and at least one lateral protrusion fixedly attached to the base section. A t ...


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Charles R Willcox, Mark A Lutz, Mark G Romo, Stanley E Rud: Oil-less differential pressure sensor. Judson K Champlin, Westman Champlin & Kelly Pa, October 25, 2001: US20010032515-A1

A pressure sensor is provided for measuring a pressure difference between two fluids which does not require isolation fluid. The pressure sensor includes a diaphragm support member having an outer periphery and diaphragms coupled thereto. Movement of the diaphragms are the movement of a moveable mem ...


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Harry W Schmidt, David M Neal, Anthony B Morris: Vial handling system with improved mixing mechanism. Westman Champlin & Kelly Pa, c o Christopher R Christenson, September 27, 2001: US20010024624-A1

A vial autosampler includes a vial cup adapted to contain a vial with a stir member inside. The vial autosampler includes a vial mixing system for agitating the contents of the vial. The mixing system has an actuator, such as a motor, and a mixing hub that is coupled to the actuator. The mixing hub ...


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Donald J Hammer, Scott M Harrison, Bruce H Koerner: Dry particulate dispenser. Judson K Champlin, Westman Champlin & Kelly Pa, October 18, 2001: US20010030202-A1

A dry mix particulate dispenser includes a container configured to hold a dry mix particulate. The container has a top portion, a bottom portion, and at least one side wall. The container includes a dispenser opening formed in the bottom portion and a sloped interior wall within the container is ang ...


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Mary C Hipwell, Andres A Polycarpou, Zine Eddine Boutaghou: Edge contact protection feature for a disc drive head. Deidre Megley Kvale, Westman Champlin & Kelly PA, October 18, 2001: US20010030835-A1

A slider for supporting transducer elements in a disc drive. The slider including an edge protection feature for contact interface protection for head disc interface.


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Harry W Schmidt, David M Neal: Vial handling system with improved vial gripper. Christopher R Christenson, Westman Champlin & Kelly Pa, December 6, 2001: US20010048894-A1

A vial autosampler includes a gripper mechanism having an actuator, a first jaw, and a second jaw. The first and second jaws are coupled to the actuator. At least one of the first and second jaws includes a magnet disposed therein. Upon energization of the actuator, the first and second jaws are urg ...


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Henry T Chen: Heel adjustable skate. Minson Enterprises, Westman Champlin & Kelly Pa, June 24, 2004: US20040119251-A1

The present invention regards a skate comprising a holder frame, a boot, and a locking mechanism. The boot comprises a toe box and a heel portion, wherein the toe box is fixedly attached to the holder frame and wherein the heel portion engages the holder frame such that the heel portion is capable o ...