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Koenig Elmer A, Conklin Robert M, Bessinger Walter L, Russell Jack A: Pelletized medicament dispensing system. Sherwood Medical, Garber Stanley N, O Meara William R, March 18, 1975: US3871156 (62 worldwide citation)

A pelletized medicament dispensing system having a plurality of medicament pellet containing bowls mounted on a rotatable member in a helical array. A control system rotates the array to bring a selected bowl to a packaging station. At the packaging station, a varying magnetic field vibrates the sel ...


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Rogers Albert P, Conklin Robert M, Baldwin Bradford J: Contourable green with randomly operable contour selection. Brunswick Corporation, April 25, 1972: US3658343 (29 worldwide citation)

A contourable putting green ideally suited for use in indoor golf games including a contourable platform having an upper putting surface thereon and secured by tensioned springs to a parallel series of spaced, pivotally interconnected movable beams pivotally connected intermediate their ends to stat ...


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Conklin Robert M, Anderson Robert I, Gautraud Michael G, Shimanski William H: Method of making scenes for a golf game. Brunswick Corporation, April 24, 1973: US3729315 (17 worldwide citation)

A method of providing scenes for use in indoor golf games having a tee, a screen in front of the tee, a means for projecting on the screen any one of a plurality of scenes taken from different locations on a golf hole, data acquisition means and a computer associated therewith for computing the traj ...


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Conklin Robert M: Golf game. Brunswick Corporation, January 23, 1973: US3712624 (10 worldwide citation)

A golf game for accurately and realistically displaying the results of golf shots to a golfer including a tee area whereat a golfer may hit a golf ball, data sensors for providing information relative to the trajectory of a ball hit from the tee by a golfer, a computer responsive to the data sensors ...


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Baldwin Bradford J, Conklin Robert M, Russell Jack A: Automatic indexing of indexible tee for automatic lie selection. Brunswick Corporation, February 16, 1971: US3563553 (10 worldwide citation)

An automatic lie selection control for indexible tee constructions which are adapted to dispose any one of a plurality of different lie simulating mats at a predetermined location in a tee area of an indoor golf game. In one embodiment, lie material information is derived from scene selection switch ...


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Conklin Robert M, Anderson Robert I: Spherical shell and spin detector. Brunswick Corporation, July 6, 1971: US3591184 (8 worldwide citation)

An indoor golf game including a spherical target which is arranged so that all points thereon are equidistant from the tee point. Golf balls rebound from the target at a low velocity, and are returned to the tee area by an inclined runway and a ball elevator system including a motor driven wheel whi ...


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Conklin Robert M: Golf game. Brunswich Corporation, November 6, 1973: US3769894 (8 worldwide citation)

A golf game for accurately and realistically displaying the results of golf shots to a golfer including a tee area whereat a golfer may hit a golf ball, a screen in front of the tee area, means for projecting on the screen any one of a plurality of scenes taken from different locations on a golf hol ...


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Conklin Robert M, Rogers Albert P, Bessinger Walter L: Coded oral solids magazine and dispenser. Brunswick Corporation, February 1, 1972: US3638688 (5 worldwide citation)

A pill-containing magazine and dispensing receptacle combination for use in pill-dispensing systems of the type having a plurality of receptacles, each for dispensing a different type of pill. Each magazine is provided with a code representing the type of pill contained therein and each receptacle f ...


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Conklin Robert M: Spin detector for golf games. Brunswick Corporation, September 12, 1972: US3690675 (4 worldwide citation)

A golf game including a ball capturing net resiliently suspended in spherical form relative the tee point and biased laterally by two side take-up cylinders. Deflection of the net by the momentum and spin of an impacting ball unwinds the cylinders. The outputs of a piezo-electric signal generators a ...


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Conklin Robert M: Process for building molds to produce pile materials. Brunswick Corporation, April 16, 1974: US3804617 (3 worldwide citation)

A process for building a pile making mold by bonding a plurality of tubes or needles into a matrix, as well as the mold, are disclosed. The use of tubes to make a mold permits the selection of a wider variety mold and pile dimensions than can be obtained with conventional methods of forming cavities ...