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Shiro Kanao: Method and apparatus for producing tube. Edwin E Greigg, August 10, 1982: US04343672 (41 worldwide citation)

A method and an apparatus for producing a tube from a strip of synthetic resin and/or unvulcanized rubber incorporating a vulcanizing agent by winding the strip on a former supported by a frame in the manner of a cantilever to shape the strip into a tubular body and heating the tubular body on the f ...


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Glenn R Allen: Light switching mechanism. Roger A Heller, Sughrue Mion Zinn Macpeak & Seas, August 10, 1982: US04344071 (41 worldwide citation)

An electronic sensing device, operates to actuate a household lighting fixture in response to a sensed environmental condition such as sound or movement within a room. The device is provided with a receiver for sensing the particular environmental condition, a timer responsive to the output of the r ...


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Toshihide Fujiwara, Nobutaka Kaneko: Sample detector. Olympus Optical, Cushman Darby & Cushman, August 10, 1982: US04343991 (41 worldwide citation)

A sample detector is comprised of a first group of optical fibers having exit end surfaces arranged in the direction perpendicular to the shifting direction of the carrier, a second group of optical fibers having entrance end surfaces arranged opposite said exit end surfaces of the first group of op ...


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Bobby J Thacker: Archery bow. Shlesinger Arkwright Garvey & Dinsmore, August 10, 1982: US04343286 (41 worldwide citation)

An archer's bow, the center of which is constructed to permit an unimpeded, dead center flight of the arrow as it leaves the bow. A magnetic, suspension type arrow rest holds the arrow directly in the center of the bow at full draw, the arrow rest being retracted upon release of the arrow. A hand he ...


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Robert L Brown: Environmental lamp. August 10, 1982: US04344112 (40 worldwide citation)

An ornamental lamp adapted to cause circulation of air in a room between the floor and the ceiling of the room. The ornamental lamp includes a hollow light permeable structure defining a vertical air flow passage and has as open upper end and an open lower end. A light source is supported in the hol ...


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Francis W Busch Jr, Thomas J Pallone, Gene R Berube, Ambrish H Vyas, Joseph R Faryniarz, John A Russo: Compositions, articles and methods for polishing surfaces. Chesebrough Pond s, Morgan Finnegan Pine Foley & Lee, August 10, 1982: US04343910 (40 worldwide citation)

Various surfaces are polished by buffing with compositions comprising a foamed polymeric material and a finely divided abrasive material. The abrasive material has a particle size number and a valley abrasion number the product of which falls within a predetermined range sufficient to provide good p ...


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Ernest J Csaszar: Tamper-evident plastic closure. General Kap, Lerner David Littenberg & Samuel, August 10, 1982: US04343408 (40 worldwide citation)

Tamper-evident closures which are useful in conjunction with various bottles and containers are disclosed. The closures are intended to be used in connection with containers having threaded necks above an annular collar, and they comprise one-piece closures including an end wall, an internally threa ...


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Petro Vlahos: Comprehensive electronic compositing system. Vlahos Gottschalk Research, Poms Smith Lande & Rose, August 10, 1982: US04344085 (39 worldwide citation)

The linear foreground and background compositing system of the "blue-screen" type and as included in my prior U.S. Pat. No. 4,100,569, is provided with non-linear background control signals for improved composite picture quality under various adverse circumstances. More particularly, the problem of ...


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Kenneth D Legg: Biological liquid fractionation using alternate opposite flow directions across a membrane. Instrumentation Laboratory, August 10, 1982: US04343705 (39 worldwide citation)

A fractionation system for providing a clarified fraction or a fraction for analysis of biological fluids and the like includes a disposable filtration vessel with a first reservoir chamber adapted to receive the fluid to be fractionated, a second reservoir chamber and a flow channel that extends be ...


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Elmer Belschner: Brush for grooming animals. Thomas F Kirby, August 10, 1982: US04343265 (39 worldwide citation)

A one-piece molded neoprene brush for grooming and brushing animals such as horses and livestock comprises a generally cylindrical body portion having a flat circular lower surface from which a plurality of conically shaped integrally formed flexible teeth project and a hemispherical or dome-shaped ...