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Christopher Tacklind, R Brooke Hanson: Device for metering coffee brewing. Shearwater Investment Company, Bay Area Technology Law Group PC, June 3, 2014: US08739687 (10 worldwide citation)

A device for brewing coffee. The device includes a microprocessor, a user actuated controller for interfacing with the microprocessor, a tank for retaining water and a heating element for selectively heating the water. The device further includes a brewing basket for receipt of water from the tank, ...


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Edward Cooper, Jeff Hayashida, Andrew Butler, David Titzler, Brian Lamb, John Johnston, Christopher Tacklind: Extendable edge reference tool. Design to Manufacturing, Jeffrey Schox, October 5, 2010: US07805850 (2 worldwide citation)

An extendable edge reference tool is disclosed. A first segment having a extending end and a receptacle end is provided. The receptacle end includes a coupling mechanism for joining a second segment using an over-center locking force to secure said second segment to said first segment. This tool pro ...


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Christopher Tacklind, R Brooke Hanson: Method for determining coffee brewing parameters and coffee brewing parameters developed thereby. SHEARWATER INVESTMENT CO, Bay Area Technology Law Group PC, August 30, 2016: US09427104

A method of brewing a coffee beverage by combining a dose of granulated coffee and water and maintaining the granulated coffee in the water for a brew time. The volume of water employed in practicing the method is a function of the dose of granulated coffee and the brew time is a function of the per ...


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Edward Cooper, Jeff Hayashida, Andrew Butler, David Titzler, Brian Lamb, John Johnston, Christopher Tacklind: Extendable edge reference tool. D2M International, Jeffrey Schox, September 11, 2012: US08261459

An extendable edge reference tool is disclosed. A first segment having a extending end and a receptacle end is provided. The receptacle end includes a coupling mechanism for joining a second segment using an over-center locking force to secure said second segment to said first segment. This tool pro ...


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Sergey Etchin, Timothy Learmonth, Michael P O Neill, Christopher Perrott, David Shepherd, Christopher Tacklind: Centering holder for optical interrogation. TruTag Technologies, Van Pelt Yi & James, December 20, 2016: US09523634

A sample holder comprises a bottom and one or more arms. The bottom has an initial area for supporting a sample. The one or more arms actuate to move the sample in the initial area to a target area, wherein the one or more arms hold the sample.


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Christopher Tacklind: Anchor point for affixing tubes and the like to skin. Chris Tacklind, March 29, 2007: US20070071799-A1

An Anchor Point is presented for anchoring a tube or the like to the body. The anchors are long lasting and improve patient mobility. In one embodiment the Anchor Point consists of two identical self adhesive flat components. At the proximal end, each Anchor Point component has an interrupted patch ...


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Christopher Tacklind, Cameron Tacklind, Blake Tacklind, Daniel Shaffer, Nelson Au: Dynamically balanced in-line wheel vehicle. Twill Tech, Dla Piper Us, December 4, 2008: US20080295595-A1

A family of vehicles is presented which exploit dynamic controls to stabilize in-line two wheeled vehicles. The stabilization results in improved safety at high speeds and on uncooperative surfaces. Stabilization affords balance at zero speed without auxiliary support means. Transformational wheel b ...


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Edward Cooper, Jeff Hayashida, Andrew Butler, David Titzler, Brian Lamb, John Johnston, Christopher Tacklind: Extendable edge reference tool. Schox, January 27, 2011: US20110016735-A1

An extendable edge reference tool is disclosed. A first segment having a extending end and a receptacle end is provided. The receptacle end includes a coupling mechanism for joining a second segment using an over-center locking force to secure said second segment to said first segment. This tool pro ...


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Christopher Tacklind, R Brooke Hanson: Coffee brewing system. Bay Area Technolgy Law Group PC, December 24, 2009: US20090317526-A1

A device for brewing coffee including a basket for retaining coffee grounds, the basket having an opening to receive water at a user-selected temperature for contacting the coffee grounds within the basket. A control valve is provided for controlling the discharge of brewed coffee from the basket on ...