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Rostoker William, Galante Jorge: Prosthetic device having a porous fiber metal structure. Siegel Albert, September 23, 1975: US3906550 (248 worldwide citation)

Prosthetic devices for replacement, attachment and reconstruction of bone structure in the skeletal systems of humans and animals. The prosthetic devices may be a fiber metal structure of sufficient section to support loads adequately or may include a solid load carrying member having a fiber metal ...


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Dahl Herbert Douglas, Edmond Tibor O: Guidance system for a horizontal drilling apparatus. Continental Oil Company, Miller William J, September 23, 1975: US3907045 (240 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for boring an elongated borehole with a drilling apparatus which contains a flux sensitive coil and directional drilling control apparatus. An antenna is inserted through a borehole which has already been drilled and is connected between ground and a signal generating apparatus. Flux ge ...


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Cocozza Salvatore: Inhaling device for powdered medicaments. ISF, Depaoli & O Brien, September 23, 1975: US3906950 (170 worldwide citation)

An inhaling device for medicinal powders comprising a pump and an inhaler wherein the inhaler has a cavity formed by the interconnection of two compartments for holding a puncturable capsule containing a medicinal powder. Two sliding needles acting against the action of return springs pierce the cap ...


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Hettich Karl: Finished parquet element. Collard Allison C, September 23, 1975: US3908053 (163 worldwide citation)

A finished parquet element for attaching to a surface having a plurality of members bonded in one layer so as to be thin in relation to the element's length and width. The element is coated with a sealant. Interconnecting means are disposed on opposite edges of the element. To increase the element's ...


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Spinner Georg: HF coaxial plug connector. Ostrolenk Faber Gerb & Soffen, September 23, 1975: US3907399 (133 worldwide citation)

The specification describes a HF coaxial plug connector with a clamping ring, on whose end face the external cable conduction is crimped and which with an axial clamping action presses the crimped-over end of the external conductor against an end contact annular surface of the plug connector for the ...


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Nordstrom Cai Gustav Rabbe: Indwelling vein catheter with concentric puncture needle. Boehringer Ingelheim, Hammond & Littell, September 23, 1975: US3906946 (122 worldwide citation)

An indwelling vein catheter assembly with concentric puncture needle and wing-like, laterally extending, flexible elements tangentially attached to the catheter body; these wing-like elements can be folded around the catheter body to form angularly offset gripping and guide means which assume safe a ...


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Sakasegawa Hiroshi, Shindome Yasuo: Wiring or piping clamp. Nissan Motor, Burns Robert E, Lobato Emmanuel J, Adams Bruce L, September 23, 1975: US3906592 (121 worldwide citation)

A clamp for fixing an electric or hydraulic line to a wall surface, comprising a pair of gripping portions hingedly connected to each other and end portions extending from the gripping portions and formed with holes to receive a screw by which the clamp is to be fastened to the wall surface, wherein ...


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Tershansy Ronald A, Russin Nicholas C, McFarlane Finley E: Process and catalyst-inhibitor system for preparing synthetic linear polyester. Eastman Kodak Company, September 23, 1975: US3907754 (115 worldwide citation)

Catalyst-inhibitor system for the polymerization of poly(ethylene terephthalate) having excellent properties for fabrication of fibers and films. The catalyst-inhibitor system comprises a combination of organic or inorganic salts of manganese and cobalt with acetyl triisopropyl titanate and a phosph ...


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Cox Marion E, Cox Mary E: Glove box chamber. Zimmerman Esq C Michael, September 23, 1975: US3907389 (109 worldwide citation)

An environmental chamber is described which enables an operator's hands to have direct access within the chamber without compromising a special atmosphere within such chamber. A pair of sleeves of a flexible material are sealed to the chamber around associated access apertures and project outwardly ...


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Fleischhacker John J: Coil spring wire guide. Lake Region Manufacturing Company, Dugger Johnson & Westman, September 23, 1975: US3906938 (106 worldwide citation)

A coil spring guide, for use in connection with the insertion of catheters into the vessels of a body, that has a coil spring, and a wire core extending within the coil spring and having a distal end welded to the distal end of the coil spring. The wire core throughout the major portion of its lengt ...