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Robert B Carlson: Exercise machine. The Toro Company, James W Miller, January 19, 1988: US04720099 (74 worldwide citation)

An exercise machine (2) includes side frame members (6). Electromagnetic brakes (62) supported on movable carriages (66) slide along side frame members (6). Carriage (66) includes a hinge (100) for allowing each brake (62) to pivot between multiple positions. Both types of motion allow the output sh ...


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Robert B Carlson, Fredrick D Wucherpfennig: Shoulder and arm exercise machine. The Toro Company, R Lawrence Buckley, September 20, 1988: US04772015 (65 worldwide citation)

An arm and shoulder exercise machine (20) including a base (22), a vertical rack (32) and resistance means (38) is disclosed herein. Resistance means (38) can be adjusted vertically and pivotally with respect to rack (32) using a unique rack-and-pinion system. A preferred machine (20) also includes ...


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Robert B Carlson: Exercise machine. The Toro Company, James W Miller, March 15, 1988: US04730829 (46 worldwide citation)

An exercise machine (2) includes side frame members (6). Electromagnetic brakes (62) supported on movable carriages (66) slide along side frame members (6). Carriage (66) includes a hinge (100) for allowing each brake (62) to pivot between multiple positions. Both types of motion allow the output sh ...


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Robert B Carlson, Barbara J Cosgrove, Paul T Meredith: Aircraft configuration with aft mounted engines. The Boeing Company, Hughes & Multer, December 11, 1990: US04976396 (35 worldwide citation)

An aircraft having two aft mounted prop engines on opposite sides of the fuselage. The side surfaces of the fuselage adjacent to the propellers are contoured so that each has an inwardly and rearwarding slanting forward region, a substantially longitudinally aligned intermediate region which is adja ...


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Robert B Carlson, Fredrick Wucherpfennig: Leg exercise machine. The Toro Company, R Lawrence Buckley, October 11, 1988: US04776587 (23 worldwide citation)

A leg exercise machine (10) for bilateral and unilateral leg exercising. Machine (10) preferably includes an electromagnetic brake unit (44) coupled to a side-mounted exercise arm (68) through a planetary drive assembly (51). A longitudinally-adjustable leg pad support (70) is slidably mounted on ex ...


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Frederic D Wucherpfennig, Robert B Carlson: Electronic control of resistance force for exercise machine. The Toro Company, R Lawrence Buckley, October 18, 1988: US04778175 (20 worldwide citation)

An improved electronic control system for an exercise machine of the type having electrically actuated brakes as the resistance force for the exercise. The accuracy of the system in terms of actual resistance force delivered by the machine compared with the user-selected value is improved through te ...


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Robert B Carlson, Patrick Bruener, Glen Eifert, William W Doolittle: Mounting apparatus for an engine and transmission. Briggs & Stratton Corporation, Michael Best & Friedrich, August 22, 2000: US06105548 (7 worldwide citation)

A mounting apparatus for an assembly including an internal combustion engine and a transmission includes an elongated member having a first portion interconnected with the engine housing of the engine adjacent the cylinders and above the crankcase of the engine. The elongated member also includes a ...


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