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Alan R Peters, Vincent T Kozyrski: Mat cutter. The Fletcher Terry Company, Ira S Dorman, December 14, 1993: US05269212 (137 worldwide citation)

A push-pull DIY cutter for sheet material, such as mat and foam board, utilizes a blade-mounting handle that is pivotable from a null position in both of two opposite directions, so as to alternatively bring into operative position a blade element spaced to either side of the null position center li ...


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Alan R Peters: De-packaging apparatus. Automation International, William G Rhines, January 31, 1984: US04428709 (32 worldwide citation)

This invention is in the field of automatic machinery and in one embodiment useful for removing the contents of "blister" packages in ribbon form, comprises a group of three in-line die blocks, which move together in a square motion, having a lateral distance of motion equal to the distance between ...


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Vincent T Kozyrski, Alan R Peters: Mat bevel cutting machine. The Fletcher Terry Company, Ira S Dorman, October 3, 1989: US04871156 (26 worldwide citation)

A mat cutting machine utilizes a trolley which runs smoothly and accurately along a shaft mounted upon the clamping bar assembly. Means is provided for precisely adjusting the relationship between the bevel cutting blade and the edge of the clamping bar, and the blades are held by magazines which pe ...


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Vincent T Kozyrski, Alan R Peters: Head assembly for mat cutting machine. The Fletcher Terry Company, Ira S Dorman, January 17, 1989: US04798112 (21 worldwide citation)

A mat cutting machine utilizes a trolley, which runs smoothly and stably along a shaft mounted upon the clamping bar assembly, the head assembly of the trolley including eccentric means for precisely adjusting the relationship between the cutting blade on the bevel side and the edge of the clamping ...


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Vincent T Kozyrski, Alan R Peters: Pneumatic point driver. The Fletcher Terry Company, Ira S Dorman, December 31, 1991: US05076482 (19 worldwide citation)

A pneumatically powered point driver utilizes a valve mechanism having a core that is operated by air conducted therethrough from the supply source. The valve core is preferably provided with an enlarged head, to enhance the rapidity and firmness of the action produced.


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Vincent T Kozyrski, Alan R Peters: Mat bevel cutting machine. The Fletcher Terry Company, Ira S Dorman, September 19, 1989: US04867023 (13 worldwide citation)

A mat cutting machine utilizes a trolley which runs smoothly and accurately along a shaft mounted upon the clamping bar assembly. Means is provided for precisely adjusting the relationship between the bevel cutting blade and the edge of the clamping bar, and the blades are held by magazines which pe ...


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Alan R Peters, Vincent T Kozyrski: Base and clamping bar assembly. The Fletcher Terry Company, Ira S Dorman, December 21, 1993: US05271305 (11 worldwide citation)

A support assembly includes a base having end edges along which extend toothed racks for engagement of a clamping bar having meshing detents on its end portions, the clamping bar providing a guide track for a DIY mat cutter. The base is invertible to present English system and metric system distance ...


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Alan R Peters: Extrusion die. Automation International, William G Rhines, November 8, 1983: US04413973 (10 worldwide citation)

An extrusion die having adjacent the die lips a metering roll characterized by an axial ridge limiting a cavity in the roll surface having a different depth at leading and following edges.


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Alan R Peters: Mat cutter assembly. The Fletcher Terry Company, Ira S Dorman, December 28, 1993: US05272947 (9 worldwide citation)

An assembly utilizes a wedge-shaped supplemental base to convert a manual bevel cutter for making straight cuts in sheet materials.


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Alan R Peters, Vincent T Kozyrski: Device for circumscribing circles and ellipses. The Fletcher Terry Company, Ira S Dorman, June 18, 1996: US05526573 (8 worldwide citation)

A device for circumscribing selectively both circles and also ellipses of variable proportions includes a housing in which is rotatably mounted an armature. The armature is constrained to move on two axes disposed at right angles to one another, so as to enable elliptical shapes to be generated. One ...