Steven Edson Forsythe, Koji Sakata, Joseph P Rennekamp, John F Miller Jr: Elevator destination protocol control with flexible user interface. Fujitec America, Frost Brown Todd, May 9, 2006: US07040458 (47 worldwide citation)

An elevator system having multiple elevator cars efficiently assigns cars and communicates the car assignments to the potential passengers. A hallway intuitive user interface is readily adapted to installations having varying numbers of elevator cars with varying floor access by incorporating a grap ...

John F Miller, Andrew J Miller: Lightweight insulated concrete wall. Ladas & Parry, December 16, 1997: US05697189 (40 worldwide citation)

A lightweight structural concrete wall panel for house construction, includes a sandwich construction of two thin fiber reinforced concrete faces enclosing vertical panels of insulation material consisting of expanded polystyrene. Vertical structural concrete ribs between the insulation panels are u ...

John F Miller, Idell M Miller: Wireless lighting system. March 9, 2004: US06703788 (30 worldwide citation)

A wireless lighting system for providing convenient illumination where needed with centralized control. The wireless lighting system includes a main transmitter assembly providing a centralized control capability; including a housing defining an interior space and a transmitter member positioned sub ...

John F Miller: Crane apparatus. Phillips, Bertram F Claeboe, September 6, 1988: US04768442 (17 worldwide citation)

Overhead crane apparatus is disclosed incorporating an extruded aluminum alloy rail structure for runway and bridge girder applications. The relatively light weight and low cost rail structure is shaped to provide a trolley passageway protected from the ingress of deleterious substances, and is furt ...

John F Miller: Method of assembling lightweight sandwich wall panel. August 27, 2002: US06438923 (17 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to an improved casting process of mass producing complete lightweight cementitious house walls. More specifically, the invention relates to the manner in which thin cementitious skins are separately cast on either face of the wall against a sub-assembly of thick panels ...

Michael E Hilliard, Kipp D Owen, Mark G Vervaeke, John F Miller, John C Wainwright, Robert L Hart, Nancy L Brunner: Apparatus for attaching a soft top to a motor vehicle. Chrysler Corporation, Bestop, William J Coughlin, September 7, 1999: US05947546 (16 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for attaching a soft top to a motor vehicle includes a retainer member for engaging a channel located in a structural element attached to the motor vehicle. In one application, the structural element is a removable door frame having a molded-in channel which opens downwardly and is disp ...

John F Miller: Method for stabilizing aqueous solutions of cationic thermosetting polyamide-epichlorohydrin resins. Georgia Pacific Resins, Banner Birch McKie & Beckett, August 1, 1989: US04853431 (15 worldwide citation)

A process for stabilizing an aqueous solution of a thermosetting polyamide-epichlorohydrin resin useful for imparting wet strength to paper by adding a mixture of a weak acid and a strong acid to said aqueous solution.

John F Miller: Self aligning carrier head and truck assembly. Burton Parker & Schramm, September 15, 1981: US04289076 (15 worldwide citation)

A carrier head which rides a rail is provided such that when connected by a load carrying member to a second carrier head on a second rail lateral movement is facilitated between the carriers to adjust for differences in distance between the rails. The carrier head has a surface for bearing the load ...

Glen R Wilensky, John F Miller: Walker with support handle. Hunton & Williams, January 31, 2006: US06990990 (14 worldwide citation)

A walker for aiding an individual rising from or returning to a seated position is disclosed. The walker comprises a frame structure including a first side frame having a first anterior leg and a first posterior leg, a second side frame having a second anterior leg and a second posterior leg, and a ...

Keith D Montone, John F Miller, Philip M Jansen, Thad Scott, Michael E Hilliard, Kipp D Owen: Dual action rear gate door handle assembly. DaimlerChrysler Corporation, James R Yee, October 17, 2000: US06131989 (14 worldwide citation)

A rear gate assembly of a motor vehicle is provided. The motor vehicle has a rear gate opening. The rear gate assembly includes a rear gate, a back glass, and a rear gate handle. The rear gate includes a rear gate top portion, a rear gate bottom portion, and an outer surface and has a latched and un ...