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Waller Norbert: Method and apparatus for producing a knitted fabric with projecting barbs. Binder Gottlieb, November 5, 1974: US3845641 (85 worldwide citation)

A knitted fabric consisting of a base fabric into which while being knitted a supplementary monofilament thread of a thermoplastic material is knitted so as to form loops which are drawn out to a considerable length and are then set by a heat treatment and erected to an upright position relative to ...


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Gueguen Michel: Electronically step-by-step rotated directive radiation beam antenna. International Standard Electric Corporation, O Halloran John T, Lombardi Jr Menotti, Goldberg Edward, November 5, 1974: US3846799 (82 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to an electronically rotatable antenna which includes several radially arranged Yagi antennae having a common drive element. Reflector and director elements of each Yagi antenna are sequentially rendered operative by biasing suitable diodes short-circuiting them to a ground-pl ...


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Weyer James H: Biomedical monitoring electrode. Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Company, Alexander Sell Steldt & DeLaHunt, November 5, 1974: US3845757 (79 worldwide citation)

A pregelled intensive care electrode is formed from two layers of soft, conformable foam material having a rigid plastic supporting layer between the foam layers. A conductive connector is in contact with an open-celled spongy material filled with an electrolyte which provides means for connecting t ...


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Joanis Norman R, Lavoie Raymond R: Knife blade and handle. McCormick Paulding & Huber, November 5, 1974: US3845554 (67 worldwide citation)

A flat sheet steel knife blade is provided with three equidistantly spaced openings. Two of these openings permit the blade to be used in one, or a reversed position, in a holder made up of two separable mating parts. These handle parts need not be separated in order to remove the blade for reversin ...


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Cohen Morrel H: Method and means for resetting filament-forming memory semiconductor device. Energy Conversion Devices, Wallenstein Spangenberg Hattis & Strampel, November 5, 1974: US3846767 (65 worldwide citation)

A method of resetting a filament-type memory device including spaced electrodes between which extend a body of generally amorphous substantially non-conductive memory semiconductor material which, when a set voltage pulse in excess of a given threshold voltage value and duration is applied to said e ...


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Curry Renwick E: Vehicle brake light control system. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Smith Jr Arthur A, O Connell Robert F, Santa Martin M, November 5, 1974: US3846749 (63 worldwide citation)

A vehicle brake light control system, useful in an automobile, for example, which system causes the brake lights of the vehicle to flash on at a rate dependent on the sum of the deceleration of the vehicle and the derivative of such deceleration when the vehicle is decelerating without the applicati ...


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Thompson Stanely C: Weight-balanced golfing iron. Haefliger William W, November 5, 1974: US3845960 (62 worldwide citation)

The heads of a set of golfing irons are provided with weight balancing plugs and metal powder, during their production, to provide an accurately matched set. Two plugs are located in bore means in the head; one plug is elongated and less dense than the head metal; another plug is short and located a ...


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Eisenberg Eugene: Fuel injection nozzle holder installation. Mack Trucks, Brumbaugh Graves Donohue & Raymond, November 5, 1974: US3845748 (61 worldwide citation)

A fuel line installation for a fuel injection nozzle holder comprises two intercommunicating bores formed in the cylinder head, the first of which receives the nozzle holder. A fuel delivery tube, received within the second bore, communicates with the nozzle holder through a conical fitting at the e ...


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Johnson Edward P, Waite Ross E: Measuring apparatus. Kirkland & Ellis, November 5, 1974: US3845883 (60 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for indicating the amount of flowable material dispensed from a container includes a housing adapted to be secured to the container and a timer within the housing which measures the amount of time when the container is in a pouring orientation, thus providing an indication of the amount of ...


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Ladouceur Harold A, Matthews John H: Fastener strip. Multifastener Corporation, Cullen Settle Sloman & Cantor, November 5, 1974: US3845860 (59 worldwide citation)

The disclosed fastener in the nut strip includes a pair of parallel retainer grooves adapted to receive a pair of retaining rods or wires which secure the fasteners in the preoriented strip form. The disclosed embodiment of the fastener is a pierce nut, which includes a generally rectangular body po ...