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Eric C Jay, John A Dyer, John C Dinsmoor III: Deformity back system. W Scott Carson, April 18, 1995: US05407248 (47 worldwide citation)

A wheelchair back system adapted to provide a customized fit to the user. The system includes a rigid back shell removably affixed to the wheelchair, a plurality of foam blocks, and a pad member containing flowable fluid material. The back shell has a forward facing, front surface and the foam block ...


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Richard R Runkles, John A Dyer, Jack W Beyer: Conduit coupling device with redundancy features. Stanley Aviation Corporation, Fields Lewis Pittenger & Rost, November 21, 1989: US04881760 (43 worldwide citation)

A coupling assembly for connecting adjacent ends of conduits, primarily used for aircraft fuel lines having redundant locking features is provided. This coupling can be manipulated with one hand and includes a central tine and laterally spaced locking tines which engage a mating channel for locking ...


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Eric C Jay, John A Dyer, John C Dinsmoor III: Deformity back system. Jay Medical, Flehr Hohbach Test Albritton & Herbert, January 14, 1997: US05593211 (31 worldwide citation)

An adjustable back system for releasable attachment to spaced-apart substantially vertical wheelchair frame posts (52). The back system includes a relatively rigid shell back (36) formed to extend transversely between the posts (52) for support of a user's back, a plurality of post-engaging assembli ...


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Richard R Runkles, John A Dyer: Conduit coupling device with redundancy features. Stanley Aviation Corporation, Fields Lewis Pittenger & Rost, February 13, 1990: US04900070 (26 worldwide citation)

A coupling assembly for connecting adjacent ends of conduits, primarily used for aircraft fuel lines having redundant locking features is provided. This coupling can be manipulated with one hand and includes laterally spaced locking tines which engage raised elements for locking the coupling in secu ...


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Gregory A Peek, William B Lytle, John A Dyer: Modular adjustable seat frame for wheelchairs. LaBac Systems, Holland & Hart, October 15, 1996: US05564786 (25 worldwide citation)

A seat frame for mounting on a chair frame for supporting a seat pad and seat back. The frame is formed by a pair of spaced apart side rails, each rail having a plurality of spaced apart parallel transverse mounting beams extending therefrom towards the opposite rail. A central beam is telescopingly ...


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Gregory A Peek, William B Lytle, John A Dyer: Detent. LaBac Systems, Ralph F Holland & Hart Crandell, October 31, 1995: US05462380 (21 worldwide citation)

A detent for releasably securing an inner telescoping tube within an outer telescoping tube. The said tubes having alignable openings in the walls thereof for receiving the detent. The detent is formed by a detent pin which extends through the tube wall openings and releasably latches the tubes toge ...


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Michael W Leonard, John A Dyer, James R Tucker, Shaun L Herlihy: Photoinitiators for use in intaglio printing inks. Sun Chemical Corporation, Dickstein Shapiro, November 10, 2009: US07615110

An intaglio printing ink, curing by free radical acrylate chemistry, which does not fluoresce in at least the visible region under ultraviolet light is prepared by using an acylphosphine oxide as the photoinitiator.


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Michael W Leonard, John A Dyer, Martin J Thompson, James R Tucker, Grazyna M Robinson: Energy-curable intaglio printing. Sun Chemical Corporatin, Dickstein Shapiro, August 2, 2007: US20070179211-A1

The wiping ability of an energy-curable intaglio printing ink is improved by the incorporation therein of a plasticiser


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Michael W Leonard, John A Dyer, James R Tucker, Shaun L Herlihy: Photoinitiators for Use in Intaglio Printing Inks. Sun Chemical Corporation, Dickstein Shapiro, November 22, 2007: US20070266869-A1

An intaglio printing ink, curing by free radical acrylate chemistry, which does not fluoresce in at least the visible region under ultraviolet light is prepared by using an acylphosphine oxide as the photoinitiator.


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