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Fisher Brian K, Fisher Albert R: Ultrasonic welding of copper foil. Mitsui Mining & Smelting Co, October 21, 1998: EP0872301-A1 (11 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus is disclosed for ultrasonically welding at their edges a strip of their copper foil to a second strip of supporting metal, preferably aluminum or stainless steel having a thickness greater than the copper foil. The welded strips are subsequently sheared into panels for use in ...


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Fisher Brian Arthur: Essuie-glace aerodynamique, Aerodynamic windshield wiper. Tridon, GOWLING LAFLEUR HENDERSON, September 24, 1991: CA1289308 (10 worldwide citation)

A B S T R A C T The invention provides a windshield wiper superstructurewhich is shaped to interact with an oncoming air stream so as todivert a component of force of such an air stream downwardly andtoward the windshield, thereby to counteract any tendency forthe wiper to lift in adverse aerodynami ...


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Boland Xavier, Fisher Brian, Koppen Scott, Herring Richard, Orjela Gurdev: A windscreen wiper device. Federal Mogul, June 13, 2007: EP1795406-A1 (7 worldwide citation)

A windscreen wiper device (1) comprising an elastic, elongated carrier element, as well as an elongated wiper blade (2) including opposing longitudinal grooves (3) on its longitudinal sides, in which grooves (3) spaced-apart longitudinal strips (4) of the carrier element are disposed, wherein neighb ...


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Fisher Brian Arthur: Aerodynamic windshield wiper.. Tridon, September 7, 1988: EP0280806-A1 (6 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a windshield wiper superstructure (35) which is shaped to interact with an oncoming air stream (24) so as to divert a component of force of such an air stream (24) downwardly and toward the windshield (22), thereby to counteract any tendency for the wiper to lift in adverse ae ...


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Fisher Brian Arthur: Blister package. Tridon, November 11, 1987: GB2190066-A (5 worldwide citation)

A package e.g. for a windshield wiper blade 31 comprises a blister 32 and a laminated substrate having a first layer 59 attached permanently to a flange 52 of the blister 32 and a second underlying layer 60. The first layer has an area 63 printed with information to be retained for use by a purchase ...


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Sherman Faiz Feisal, Gartstein Vladimir, Moore David Burton, Margraf Carl Hinz Iii, Fisher Brian Keith: Methods for measuring moisture as a predictor of scalp health. The Procter & Gamble Company, Sherman Faiz Feisal, Gartstein Vladimir, Moore David Burton, Margraf Carl Hinz Iii, Fisher Brian Keith, THE PROCTER c o Eileen L Hughett The Procter & Gamble Company Winton Hill Business Center 6110 Center Hill Road Cincinnati Ohio 45224, March 8, 2007: WO/2007/026340 (2 worldwide citation)

Methods provide for measuring moisture content of skin, such as the scalp. More particularly, the present invention is directed to a method comprising the steps of: (a) providing a means for measuring skin moisture content; (b) using the means for measuring skin moisture content to obtain at least o ...


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Terzza Leon William, Fisher Brian Lewis: Sun bed. Terzza Leon William, Fisher Brian Lewis, September 22, 1999: GB2335355-A (1 worldwide citation)

A sun bed 24 is mounted for rotation about an axis, a linear spring is provided for rotation of the sun bed and hydraulic means are provided to govern the speed of rotation of the sun bed so as to maintain the sun bed in alignment with the sun. An umbrella or other sun-shade may be provided.


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Minkley Colin, Fisher Brian, Palmer Norman Harold George: Stop motion device. Automotive Control Equipment L, January 17, 1996: GB2291151-A (1 worldwide citation)

A stop motion device for use in preventing or arresting movement, more especially for a vehicle when reversing, comprises detection means movable between an inoperative or retracted position on the rear of a vehicle to a rearwardly extending activated or operative position. When the detection means ...