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Milton Morse: Derailleur construction having fixed increment means. Charles E Temko, July 26, 1977: US04037484 (9 worldwide citation)

A bicycle derailleur mechanism in which the trunnions are moved through an arc in definite increments in cooperation with a detent means, whereby the rider of a bicycle may place the chain on any desired hub-sprocket by moving the trunnions between these pre-selected locations.


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Milton Morse: Safety device for an electrical appliance. Arthur L Plevy, April 28, 1992: US05109315 (7 worldwide citation)

A safety device for minimizing electrical shock to a user is taught. Briefly stated, a ground plane is disposed inside an electrical tool or device. Should the device become immersed in water or become unreasonably wet, the plane provides a path of electrical current, which energizes an interrupt de ...


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Milton Morse: Toggle switch seal. Charles E Tempko, December 18, 1979: US04178806 (6 worldwide citation)

An improved toggle switch seal for sealing the opening in a panel through which the toggle switch projects. As contrasted with prior art devices, the portion of the seal surrounding the toggle is relatively thick-walled to prevent ballooning, and is provided with plural annular thin-walled sections ...


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Milton Morse: Spring-loaded platen rollers. Nena Morse, Weingram & Zall, May 30, 1989: US04834558 (5 worldwide citation)

Spring-loaded rollers for a mold have an axle mount which passes through the roller into a supporting portion of the seats in the platen to prevent the roller from rotating, twisting or otherwise moving in the set, thereby reducing wear in the roller assemby and in the mold. The roller assembly is e ...


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Milton Morse: Safety device for an electrical appliance. Arthur L Plevy, August 21, 1990: US04951169 (3 worldwide citation)

A safety device adapted for use in a hand held tool for minimizing electrical shock from an AC power supply to a user includes a gound plane disposed inside the electrical tool, which, should the tool become immersed in water or become unreasonably wet, provides a path for electrical current, which ...


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Milton Morse, APM Corporation: Vending machine for beverage cups having a soluble component. Weingram & Klauber, August 2, 1983: US04396131 (3 worldwide citation)

A vending machine capable of dispensing individual beverage cups incorporating a soluble component, selectively from one of a plurality of stacks, each stack containing cups having a particular type of soluble component. The cups are positioned in inverted position within a stack, and are dispensed ...


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Milton Morse: Removable spring-loaded platen rollers. Weingram & Zall, November 29, 1988: US04787839 (2 worldwide citation)

Spring-loaded rollers for a mold have a sealed axle mount which passes through the roller into a supporting portion of the seats in the platen to prevent the roller from rotating, twisting or otherwise moving in the seat in the roller assembly and in the mold. The roller assembly is easily removed f ...


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Milton Morse: Spring-loaded platen rollers with a sealed axle. Nena Morse, Edward R Weingram, March 15, 1988: US04731009 (2 worldwide citation)

Spring-loaded rollers for a mold have a sealed axle mount which passes through the roller into a supporting portion of the seats in the platen to prevent the roller from rotating, twisting or otherwise moving in the seat in the roller assembly and in the mold. The roller assembly is easily removed f ...


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