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Miller Peter S: Orthopedic pin identification means. Ostrolenk Faber Gerb & Soffen, October 28, 1975: US3915162 (85 worldwide citation)

Surgical pins for connecting osseous tissue wherein the pins are readily separable and identifiable under Xray conditions by reason of the inclusion on the shank of the pin in addition to all of the operating elements of the pin of additional three dimensional markings such as screw threads with dif ...


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Miller Peter S: Abdominal catheter and support combination for opaque medium fluids. Ostrolenk Faber Gerb & Soffen, July 8, 1975: US3893446 (26 worldwide citation)

A catheter structure for insertion in an opening of a body having a support member frictionally slidable along the catheter to a desired position; the support member which enters the body has an annular extension engaged by an adhesive patch which extends beyond the annular extension and may engage ...


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Wilhelm D F, Miller Peter S, Bissell D L, Lambroff George M: Display terminal for computer monitored plant variables. Owens Illinois, May 25, 1971: US3581289 (16 worldwide citation)

Input variables are sensed by sensors at various locations in a manufacturing facility and supplied as raw data to a computer which may or may not perform calculations on the data supplied thereto. Data from the computer is presented on a time sharing basis to a plurality of remotely located data di ...


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Miller Peter S: Improvements in or relating to display devices. Emile Robert Angehrn, December 30, 1953: GB701688-A

701,688. Displaying ANGEHRN. E R. May 17, 1950, No. 12334/50. Class 3(2) [Also in Group XVII] A display device comprises a display sheet, a tube having a transverse slot a short distance inwardly of one end to receive and retain one end of the sheet and additional means attaching the other end of th ...


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Miller Peter S: Improvements in or relating to display devices. Emile Robert Angehrn, December 30, 1953: GB701693-A

701,693. Displaying. ANGEHRN, E. R. May 17, 1950, No. 23021/50. Divided out of 701,688. Class 3(2). A display device comprises a back support, a flexible display sheet secured to one end of the support so that.the sheet passes around the said end with a display portion of the sheet extending in fron ...


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Hall Maclin S, Miller Peter S: Methode et appareil pour controler lepaisseur des lamelles dun lamelle co-extrude, Method and apparatus for controlling the thickness of a lamina of a coextruded laminate. Owens Illinois, GOWLING LAFLEUR HENDERSON, July 19, 1988: CA1239461

ABSTRACT OF THE DISCLOSURE A method and apparatus for controlling the averagethickness (?1) of a film lamina of thermoplastic,dielectric material having a known density (D1) andcoextruded at a variable extrusion rate with a foam laminaof similar thermoplastic material having a thickness (T2)and the ...


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Myers Jack H, Miller Peter S: Methode et dispositif de regulation de la tension dun tissu, Web tension control method and apparatus. Owens Illinois, G RONALD BELL & ASSOCIATES, January 17, 1984: CA1160610

ABSTRACT OF THE DISCLOSURE This invention provides an improved method and apparatus for controlling the tension in a tensionally fragile web of material being pulled by a constant speed processing machine from either one of a pair of supply rolls. A first festooning roller effects the control of the ...


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Miller Peter S: Dispositif de controle pour machine a coller a registre, Splice-in-register control. Owens Illinois, G RONALD BELL & ASSOCIATES, December 24, 1985: CA1198495

ABSTRACT OF THE DISCLOSUREA control system for a web-feeding machine used toprovide a continuous supply of material having successivelabels and registration marks printed serially thereon isdisclosed. The machine has an assembly for splicing thematerial from a ready web and the material severed from ...


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Miller Peter S, Lewellen Steven: Method of detecting cam overload in a plastic molding apparatus. H C, Miller Peter S, Lewellen Arthur B, HANDELMAN Joseph H, October 26, 1995: WO/1995/028268

A monitoring system provides a method of operating a compression plastic molding apparatus which entails substantially continuously monitoring the position of an upper compression cam (16) of the apparatus, against which a rotatably movable mold assembly (10) reacts during operation of the apparatus ...


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Boyle Kevin E, Robbins Paul W, Gonser Heinz O, Miller Peter S: Method and apparatus for scoring a tamper-indicating plastic closure. H C, Boyle Kevin E, Robbins Paul W, Gonser Heinz O, Miller Peter S, HANDELMAN Joseph H, September 14, 1995: WO/1995/024299

A method and apparatus (10) for vertically scoring a tamper-indicating plastic closure includes a rotatably-driven carousel (34) which includes mandrel assemblies (36) at the periphery thereof. Each mandrel assembly includes a rotatable mandrel (46) on which a respectively closure (12) is positioned ...