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Mark Gainey, Alex Broquet, Michael Horvath: Method and apparatus for performing enterprise email management. Kana Software, Fenwick & West, September 6, 2005: US06941304 (112 worldwide citation)

The enterprise email system processes incoming email using a set of configurable rules that examine each message for a specific attribute state condition and invoke a configurable action when the attribute satisfies the condition. A number of actions may be invoked such as routing a message to a spe ...


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Sarid M Shefet, Lawrence Alan Chandler, John Michael Phillips, Frank Michael Horvath Jr, Richard Rodeheaver Hawkins, Larry Jones: Automated supply, load and take-away systems and related devices and methods for lengths of elongated product. ConAgra Foods, Myers Bigel Sibley & Sajovec PA, May 9, 2006: US07040975 (12 worldwide citation)

Methods, systems, and associated devices for supplying support members to a product loading station, loading, and automatically removing loaded members therefrom include: (a) advancing in spaced-apart relationship, a plurality of carrier members having opposing first and second ends and an associate ...


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Albert R Cox, Timothy Crawford, Raymond Michael Horvath: Line hanger. Andrew, Wood Herron & Evans, August 3, 2010: US07766285 (9 worldwide citation)

A line hanger for securing lines, such as transmission, pneumatic, hydraulic, electrical and other types of lines, to a support structure. The line hanger includes a wire structure with an attachment section configured for mounting to the support structure and a pair of clamping arms depending outwa ...


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Sarid M Shefet, John Michael Phillips, Frank Michael Horvath Jr, Lawrence Alan Chandler, Richard Rodeheaver Hawkins: Automated loading devices and associated methods used to straddle load elongated product onto a receiving member. ConAgra Foods, Myers Bigel Sibley & Sajovec PA, September 7, 2004: US06786813 (7 worldwide citation)

Automated loaders are configured with winding mechanisms that load elongated products directly onto transfer members, such as sticks or rods, by causing the arm to follow a repetitive motion pattern proximate to the stick or rod to discharge the elongated product in a desired motion onto the stick o ...


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Sarid M Shefet, John Michael Phillips, Frank Michael Horvath Jr, Lawrence Alan Chandler, Richard Rodeheaver Hawkins, Larry Jones: Food transport routing systems, devices, and guides for food processing systems and related methods. ConAgra Foods, Myers Bigel Sibley & Sajovec PA, September 21, 2004: US06793068 (7 worldwide citation)

Commercial production transport systems, mechanisms, and guides for food processing are configured so as to automate food transport. The system can direct food to travel serially over side-by-side predetermined travel lanes using one or more of a pick-up mechanism and/or router guide channels to pic ...


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Sarid M Shefet, John Michael Phillips, Frank Michael Horvath Jr, Richard Rodeheaver Hawkins, Lawrence Alan Chandler: Automated support member positioning and removing systems and related devices and methods. ConAgra Foods, Myers Bigel Sibley & Sajovec PA, March 15, 2005: US06866573 (6 worldwide citation)

Methods, systems, and associated devices for supplying support members to a product loading station and automatically removing loaded members therefrom include: (a) advancing in serial order and spaced apart relationship, a plurality of elongated support members having opposing first and second ends ...


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Sarid M Shefet, John Michael Phillips, Frank Michael Horvath Jr, Lawrence Alan Chandler, Richard Rodeheaver Hawkins, Larry Jones: Food transport routing systems, devices, and guides for food processing systems and related methods. ConAgra Foods, Myers Bigel Sibley & Sajovec PA, January 23, 2007: US07165670 (6 worldwide citation)

Commercial production transport systems, mechanisms, and guides for food processing are configured so as to automate food transport. The system can direct food to travel serially over side-by-side predetermined travel lanes using one or more of a pick-up mechanism and/or router guide channels to pic ...


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Sarid M Shefet, John Michael Phillips, Frank Michael Horvath Jr, Lawrence Alan Chandler: Repetitive high-density packing mechanisms for arranging suspended lengths of elongated items in a desired orientation and associated methods. ConAgra Foods, Myers Bigel Sibley & Sajovec PA, February 15, 2005: US06855047 (5 worldwide citation)

Methods and devices for loading carrier members with suspended elongated product include straddling suspended elongated product over a carrier member having a width so that portions of the elongated product are serially draped over the carrier member along a desired length thereof and wiping, pushin ...


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Sarid M Shefet, John Michael Phillips, Frank Michael Horvath Jr, Lawrence Alan Chandler: Repetitive high-density packing mechanisms for arranging suspended lengths of elongated items in a desired orientation and associated methods. ConAgra Foods, Myers Bigel Sibley & Sajovec PA, March 22, 2005: US06869352 (4 worldwide citation)

Methods and devices for loading carrier members with suspended elongated product include straddling suspended elongated product over a carrier member having a width so that portions of the elongated product are serially draped over the carrier member along a desired length thereof and wiping, pushin ...


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Sarid M Shefet, John Michael Phillips, Frank Michael Horvath Jr, Lawrence Alan Chandler, Richard Rodeheaver Hawkins, Larry Jones: Food transport routing systems, devices, and guides for food processing systems and related methods. ConAgra Foods, Merchant & Gould P C, September 30, 2008: US07428962 (4 worldwide citation)

Commercial production transport systems, mechanisms, and guides for food processing are configured so as to automate food transport. The system can direct food to travel serially over side-by-side predetermined travel lanes using one or more of a pick-up mechanism and/or router guide channels to pic ...