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J T Lin: Ophthalmic surgery method using non-contact scanning laser. LaserSight, William M Hobby III, May 28, 1996: US05520679 (201 worldwide citation)

A refractive laser surgery process is disclosed for using compact, low-cost ophthalmic laser systems which have computer-controlled scanning with a non-contact delivery device for both photo-ablation and photo-coagulation in corneal reshaping. The basic laser systems may include flash-lamp and diode ...


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J T Lin: Multiwavelength solid state laser using frequency conversion techniques. JTT International, William M Hobby III, September 1, 1992: US05144630 (189 worldwide citation)

A process and apparatus are disclosed for producing multiwavelength coherent radiations ranging from deep-ultraviolet to mid-infrared. The basic laser is a pulsed Nd:YAG or Nd:YLF laser which is frequency converted by a set of novel nonlinear crystals including D-CDA, LBO, BBO, KTP, and KNbO.sub.3, ...


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Gary W Coatoam: Dental implant method. William M Hobby III, September 21, 1993: US05246370 (135 worldwide citation)

A method of attaching a dental implant includes the making of a dental implant having the general shape and size to fit a bone cavity for a removed tooth plus a cylindrical extension prong to fit a drilled bore in the bottom of the cavity formed by the removed tooth. The dental implant also has a no ...


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Alfred O Stuff Jr: Golf club head. William M Hobby III, January 3, 1984: US04423874 (116 worldwide citation)

A golf club head for a putter or the like having a sighting device by which the golfer may easily align the club head to maintain its horizontal plane parallel with the putting surface. The sighting device is a cylindrical cavity in the club head immediately behind the point on the club face at whic ...


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Kwei K Chang: Business card attaching strip. William M Hobby III, February 17, 1987: US04643452 (112 worldwide citation)

An elongated strip of sheet material is adapted to be attached along the bottom edge of a business card to convert the card to an index card suitable for filing in a card file, such as a rolodex, without having to punch holes in the business card. The elongated strip of sheet material has predetermi ...


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Carroll N Cross: Foldable easel display mount. William M Hobby III, January 2, 1996: US05480118 (106 worldwide citation)

A foldable easel type display mount apparatus has a display panel having front and rear faces and having a plurality of edges and a rear panel having a plurality of edges. The display panel is hinged to A second display panel for rotation relative to the second display panel. A support panel has a p ...


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Gabriel Simon, Cheng Hao Huang: Laser beam ophthalmological surgery method and apparatus. William M Hobby III, January 2, 1996: US05480396 (98 worldwide citation)

A laser beam ophthalmological surgery method includes the steps of generating a laser beam and splitting the generated laser beam into multiple laser beams which are simultaneously focused onto a plurality of scanners. Each scanner in turn produces a predetermined scanning pattern focused on the cor ...


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David C Koobs: Multiple barrel syringe. William M Hobby III, April 10, 1990: US04915695 (98 worldwide citation)

A multiple barrel syringe apparatus is provided for selectively dispensing fluids. A body has a plurality of pie shaped bores therein, each bore being open at one end and narrowing at the other end into separate smaller bores opening at the other end thereof. A needle cannula having a bore therethro ...


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Alfred O Stuff: Golf club head. William M Hobby III, July 23, 1985: US04530505 (94 worldwide citation)

A golf club head (12) for a putter or chipper having a sighting device (16, 50, 44, 45) by which the golfer may easily align the club head to maintain its horizontal plane (31) parallel with the putting surface. The sole plate of the club head (12) is relieved by including two ribs (21, 22) extendin ...


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David D Woodbridge, Thomas C Woodbridge: Submerged reciprocating electric generator. Aqua Magnetics, William M Hobby III, February 1, 2000: US06020653 (92 worldwide citation)

A submerged reciprocating electric generator is placed below the ocean surface and creates electric power from the surface ocean swells. The generator coil reciprocates linearly in response to an external force acting on a float by passing ocean swells. A cable connects the float on the ocean surfac ...



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