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Paul Steabben Hepworth: Hand knife. Plas Plugs, Larson Taylor and Hinds, December 20, 1977: US04063356 (36 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to hand knives of the type comprising a hand grip which houses a strip steel blade with snap-off ends, which when worn can be removed to reveal a fresh operative blade tip. The hand grip comprises an elongated body with a longitudinal slot along which a blade-shifting element o ...


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Paul Steabben Hepworth, Brian Edward Brooks, Paul Hatcher: Device for finding concealed studs. Turner Intellectual Property, Thomason & Moser, September 22, 1998: US05812057 (24 worldwide citation)

A detector device for finding concealed studs in partitioning includes a pair of plates which are supplied with ac via resistors. Amplifiers produce outputs representing the sum and difference respectively of the signals imposed on the plates. The sum signal drives a display enabling circuit includi ...


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Paul Steabben Hepworth: Hook/hanger. Plasplugs, Peter L Michaelson, Michaelson & Wallace, May 1, 2001: US06224030 (14 worldwide citation)

A hook/hanger for use at the top of a door is formed in two separate parts in the form of a plastics material molding, having a flat rear surface and a central front hook-shaped part, and a sheet metal pressing which has a leg snap-fitting in a slot in the molding extending inwards from its top surf ...


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Paul Steabben Hepworth: Apparatus for cutting or stripping cables. Plasplugs, Peter L Michaelson, Michaelson & Wallace, May 9, 2000: US06058606 (12 worldwide citation)

A device for use with a cable including a body having an opening to receive the cable. A cutting element is movable within the body between a first position and a second position. When the cutting element is in the first position, the cutting element does not extend into the opening such that the ca ...


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Paul Steabben Hepworth: Cutting/Breaking apparatus. Plasplugs, Peter L Michaelson, Michaelson & Wallace, November 21, 2000: US06148810 (11 worldwide citation)

A tile cutter has a base molding of plastic material, which defines a surface for reception of a tile to be cut/broken, and spaced upstanding ends. Cutting/breaking forces applied during use are resisted/absorbed by a steel bar extending between the upstanding ends underneath the tile reception surf ...


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Paul Steabben Hepworth: Hook/hanger. Turner Intellectual Property, Peter L Michaelson, Michaelson & Wallace, July 11, 2000: US06086030 (8 worldwide citation)

A hook/hanger for use at the top of a door is formed in two separate parts in the form of a plastics material moulding, having a flat rear surface and a central front hook-shaped part, and a sheet metal pressing which has a leg snap-fitting in a slot in the moulding extending inwards from its top su ...


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Paul Steabben Hepworth: Apparatus and methods of sharpening cutting tools. Plasplugs, Peter L Michaelson, Michaelson & Wallace, August 29, 2000: US06110018 (8 worldwide citation)

An adapter for use with a powered grinding tool having a driven grinding wheel has a pivotally mounting part on a body thereof, and a drill bit holder engageable with the mounting part in either of two orientations for sharpening a tip of a drill bit clamped in a set position in the drill bit holder ...


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Iain Bradfield, Simon James Skillings, Paul Steabben Hepworth: Packaging/display of products. Turner Intellectual Property, Nikolai & Mersereau P A, February 24, 2004: US06694653 (5 worldwide citation)

A security label for attachment to an article, the security label including a planar security tag laminated in-between first and second carrier layers, the second layer overlying the planar security tag and having a peripheral marginal portion which projects beyond and extends around the peripheral ...


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Paul Steabben Hepworth: Means for producing relative reciprocatory movement between two members. Turner Intellectual Property, Thomason and Moser, September 22, 1998: US05810646 (3 worldwide citation)

Means for producing reciprocatory movement of a vice carrier (18) across a guideway (17) mounted on a body moulding (11, 16), which partly shrouds a rotatably driven grinding wheel (14), comprise a rack moulding (57) having upper and lower racks (61, 62) which are alternately engaged by a pinion (44 ...


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Paul Steabben Hepworth: Implement working adapter. Turner Intellectual Property, Peter L Michaelson, Michaelson & Wallace, July 4, 2000: US06083088 (2 worldwide citation)

An implement working adapter has a casing within which is a pulley-drive system for transferring drive from a powered grinding tool, with which the adapter is engaged, in use, to a pair of first and second grinding wheels within the casing, drive being transmitted via a drive belt engaged, in use, b ...