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Darren C Ashby, Scott R Watterson, Kirk Lorrigan: System and method for selective adjustment of exercise apparatus. Workman Nydegger and Seeley, September 10, 2002: US06447424 (156 worldwide citation)

A display controller system for use with a selectively adjustable exercise apparatus is disclosed. The hiking display controller system comprises a display device, a controller, and a selectively adjustable exercise device. The controller enables adjustments in the exercise apparatus according to a ...


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Donald W Bryan: Spinal vertebral implant. Workman Nydegger and Seeley, September 3, 2002: US06443987 (82 worldwide citation)

A spinal vertebral implant includes a substantially rectangular shaped base section made from a solid piece of bone. A nose section extends integrally from the substantially rectangularly shaped base section and preferably has a generally tapering shape to foster entry between adjacent vertebrae. Th ...


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David C Carroll, Pat Draper: Fluid delivery systems with diptube connector. Hyclone Laboratories, Workman Nydegger and Seeley, July 11, 2000: US06086574 (64 worldwide citation)

A fluid delivery system includes a flexible media bag having an outlet spout projecting therefrom. A passageway longitudinally extends through the outlet spout and communicates with the interior of the media bag. A diptube connector is mounted to the outlet spout. The diptube connector includes a st ...


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Patrick J Hald, William T Dalebout, F Troy Miller: Adjustable dumbbell and system. Icon Health and Fitness, Workman Nydegger and Seeley, May 8, 2001: US06228003 (64 worldwide citation)

A weight lifting system features (i) one or more weights; and (ii) a weightlifting bar configured to selectively engage the one or more weights. A weight of the present invention has an upstanding first end, an upstanding second end, and a cross member extending therebetween. Each of the first and s ...


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Jeffrey Honeycutt, Sujit Sharan: Sacrificial CVD germanium layer for formation of high aspect ratio submicron VLSI contacts. Micron Technology, Workman Nydegger and Seeley, July 1, 1997: US05644166 (41 worldwide citation)

A high aspect ratio submicron VLSI contact and corresponding method of manufacture is disclosed. The contact is formed through an insulative layer, such as silicon dioxide, to an underlying active region on a substrate of silicon wafer. The contact comprises a layer of titanium germanosilicide at th ...


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E Allen McTeer: Titanium aluminum alloy wetting layer for improved aluminum filling of damescene trenches. Micron Technology, Workman Nydegger and Seeley, November 23, 1999: US05990011 (37 worldwide citation)

The novel process forms a first recess, such as a contact hole, within a first dielectric layer upon a semiconductor substrate. At least one diffusion barrier layer, selected from a group consisting of ceramics, metallics, and intermetallics, is formed within the first recess and at least partially ...


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John M Svoboda, J Richard Hess, Reed L Hoskinson, David J Harker: Methods and systems for seed planting management and control. Bechtel BWXT Idaho, Workman Nydegger and Seeley, May 14, 2002: US06386128 (36 worldwide citation)

A seed planting system providing optimal seed spacing in an agricultural field. The seed planting system includes a mobile seed planter having one or more planting shoes, or members being adapted for towing by a farm vehicle or being self-propelled. Sensors, disposed proximate to respective planting ...


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John H Givens, Richard L Elliott: Sputter deposition method for improved bottom and side wall coverage of high aspect ratio features. Micron Technology, Workman Nydegger and Seeley, August 19, 1997: US05658438 (35 worldwide citation)

A method of sputter deposition for improved side wall and bottom coverage of high aspect ratio features on a substrate includes alternatingly exposing the substrate having high aspect ratio features to a collimated sputtered particle flux and a less-collimated sputtered particle flux until a desired ...


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Per Just Andersen, Simon K Hodson: Method for manufacturing articles having inorganically filled, starch-bound cellular matrix. E Khashoggi, Workman Nydegger and Seeley, July 21, 1998: US05783126 (30 worldwide citation)

Compositions, methods, and systems for manufacturing articles, particularly containers and packaging materials, having a particle packed, highly inorganically filled, cellular matrix are disclosed. Suitable inorganically filled mixtures are prepared by mixing together a starch-based binder, a solven ...


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Roy Simonson: Cable crossover exercise apparatus. Workman Nydegger and Seeley, October 1, 2002: US06458061 (29 worldwide citation)

A highly versatile exercise apparatuses is disclosed. More particularly, the invention relates to a cable crossover exercise apparatus including a central weight stack and opposed extension arms. The invention also relates to a functional lift exercise apparatus including a central weight stack and ...