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John S Stupakis: Wave action power generator. JSS Scientific Corporation, Gausewitz Carr & Rothenberg, June 27, 1989: US04843250 (30 worldwide citation)

A power generating apparatus including a watertight sealed buoyant vessel of cylindrical form having an external stabilizer for directing the vessel into the current. Internally, the vessel is provided with a supporting structure on the axial centerline for rotatably supporting the axle or pivot sha ...


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John S Stupakis: Lightweight transportable dental chair. JSS Scientific Corporation, John G Mesaros, October 18, 1988: US04778216 (28 worldwide citation)

A field portable dental chair, collapsible to suitcase size, with pivotable outriggers for support, the chair including a bellows arrangement with a telescopic internal structure for raising and lowering the seat of the chair. The apparatus is formed, in part, of rigid members and, in part, flexible ...


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John S Stupakis: Folding anchor. JSS Scientific Corporation, Gausewitz Carr & Rothenberg, August 16, 1988: US04763597 (10 worldwide citation)

A folding anchor having a shank formed in two pieces and joined together with a keyhole fitting, and, upon pivoting the upper shank abuttingly overlies the lower shank. The fluke assemblies are pivotally connected via a coupling assembly at the lower end of the shank, the coupling assembly including ...


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John S Stupakis: Automated cargo transportation system. BoXaiR Engineering, Hoffmann & Baron, September 27, 2005: US06948681 (10 worldwide citation)

A modular automated air transport system comprising an unmanned autonomous aircraft having a selectively detachable control systems portion and a structural air frame portion, wherein the structural air frame portion contains an interior cargo hold, aerodynamic members having control surfaces and at ...


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John S Stupakis: Folding anchor. JSS Scientific Corporation, Poms Smith Lande & Rose, September 25, 1990: US04958586 (8 worldwide citation)

A folding anchor, having a shank formed in two pieces and pivotally joined together with a spring biased locking device. The fluke assemblies are pivotally connected via a coupling assembly at the lower end of the shank, the coupling assembly including first and second generally C-shaped retaining m ...


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John S Stupakis: Coolant hose clamp. JSS Scientific Corporation, John G Mesaros, March 29, 1988: US04733438 (2 worldwide citation)

A coolant hose clamp, in which an outer ring is provided with an inner cam surface configured for radial displacement of a plurality of arcuately configured clamping shoes, positioned within a retaining ring assembly. Rotation of the cam ring by a simple turning motion through a small angle relative ...


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John S Stupakis: Unmanned aircraft systems for firefighting. BOXAIR ENGINEERING, Hoffmann & Baron, December 12, 2017: US09840326

A firefighting aircraft adapted for use in an unmanned aircraft system includes a storage tank for firefighting fluid, having a plurality of filling ports spaced from one another. A probe carries a conduit that is in fluid communication with the storage tank. The conduit receives water from a body o ...


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John S Stupakis, Steve J Stupakis: Collapsible anchor. Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie, March 28, 2017: US09604705

A collapsible anchor including a first shank, a second shank configured to be detachably coupled to the first shank, and at least one fluke configured to be hingedly coupled to the first and second shanks. The fluke is configured to move between a stowed position and a deployed position. The collaps ...


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John S Stupakis: Automated cargo transportation system. BoXaiR Engineering, Hoffmann & Baron, July 15, 2004: US20040135031-A1

A modular automated air transport system comprising an unmanned autonomous aircraft having a selectively detachable control systems portion and a structural air frame portion, wherein the structural air frame portion contains an interior cargo hold, aerodynamic members having control surfaces and at ...