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Akihiro Takanashi, Tatsuo Harada, Masamoto Akeyama, Yataro Kondo, Toshiei Kurosaki, Shinji Kuniyoshi, Sumio Hosaka, Yoshio Kawamura: Pattern forming apparatus. Hitachi, Antonelli Terry & Wands, November 6, 1984: US04480910 (819 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed a pattern forming apparatus for projecting a pattern which is formed on a reticle upon a photoresist layer on a substrate which comprises an illumination system for illuminating the pattern for forming an optical image, a reduction lenses for reducing the optical pattern image at ...


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Eduard Schmid: Cushion for holding an element of grafted skin. Burmeister York Palmatier Hamby & Jones, November 6, 1984: US04480638 (445 worldwide citation)

A cushion for pressing an element of grafted skin against the body surface, wherein the portion (2) to be applied to the body has a window or opening (4) the dimensions of which approximately equal that of the graft. The edges (6) of the window (4) are attached to the skin so as to be impervious to ...


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Antony Euclid C Villa Real: Programmable telephone system. Young & Martin, November 6, 1984: US04481382 (202 worldwide citation)

A cordless musical extension telephone unit with programmable capabilities, wherein a singular or a plurality of respective data block relevant to future phone calls to be made can be entered into its micro-computer's memory so that, according to the sequence of programmed time and/or data when each ...


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Edward D Peterson, A Dale Godfrey, Claire R Douglas, Carl R Pennington: Medical tube retaining device. Brown Martin & Haller, November 6, 1984: US04480639 (150 worldwide citation)

A simple, one piece medical tube retaining device. The device is particularly adapted for retaining a nasal tube in position on the face of the user and including a flexible strap with a first clamp means positioned beneath the nose of the user for clamping the tube and preventing undesired movement ...


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Allen W Roberts, Harold L McFarland Jr, Harlan Lau: High speed data bus system. Elxsi, Townsend and Townsend, November 6, 1984: US04481625 (146 worldwide citation)

In a high speed data bus system, each functional unit has an associated port which operates to accept all related information that makes up a communication, or if this cannot be done, to accept none of the information. More particularly, an information transfer, depending on its nature, may comprise ...


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Takashi Watanabe, Yoshihiro Sasage, Hideaki Kato: System for controlling a vehicle window and the like. Nippondenso, Cushman Darby & Cushman, November 6, 1984: US04481450 (145 worldwide citation)

For use in a motor vehicle having a windshield, a control system comprises a raindrop sensor which emits a beam of radiation into a section of the windshield from the inner surface thereof at such an angle of incidence that the beam reflects off the outer surface and detects the reflected beam to co ...


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Stephen J Failla, Joseph D Innocenzio: Tip configuration for a ligating clip applier. Ethicon, Donal B Tobin, November 6, 1984: US04480641 (122 worldwide citation)

A multiple clip applier including a handle and a cartridge which holds a large number of ligating clips and which snaps into a cartridge-receiving channel on the handle. The handle operates like an elongated scissors with scissors handles at one end and jaws at the other to which clips may be delive ...


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David R Scott, Thomas S Rhoades: System for assessing the integrity of structural systems. Scott Science & Technology, William H Drummond, November 6, 1984: US04480480 (111 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods for assessing the effect of at least one of a plurality of forces acting upon a structure. Structural moment detectors, combined with external signal and data-processing components or structural information detectors which are unitary devices which include the signal and data-pro ...


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Carl T Becht: Ligating device. Senco Products, Frost & Jacobs, November 6, 1984: US04480640 (110 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed a ligating device which includes a magazine housing containing a supply of ligating clips. The device has two handles and when these handles are squeezed together they clamp a ligating clip about a vessel to be ligated. When the handles are released, a linkage between one of the h ...


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Nicoll A D Campbell, Henry B Dyer, Rainer Dietrich, Cornelius Phaal, Douglas J Reid: Method of making tool inserts and drill bits. Michael N Meller, November 6, 1984: US04481016 (109 worldwide citation)

A method of making inserts suitable for tool or drill bits which includes the step of fragmenting, e.g. by means of a laser beam, an abrasive compact in a plurality of discrete, non-segmental fragments. The inserts may have a variety of shapes, some of which are new, such as conical, truncated conic ...



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