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Robert G Wheeler: Rigid building component and method of manufacture. Wood Processes Oregon, Klarquist Sparkman Campbell Leigh Hall & Whinston, December 2, 1980: US04236365 (101 worldwide citation)

A rigid building component such as a door, table top or the like, is formed of coarse wooden particles mixed with adhesive, and a solid wooden edge frame, positioned between a pair of damp, substantially parallel, cellulosic fiber webs. A heated press is employed to compact the combination, particul ...


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Robert G Wheeler: Method of making a grooved, fiber-clad plywood panel. Wood Processes Oregon, Klarquist Sparkman Campbell Leigh Hall & Whinston, April 18, 1978: US04084996 (72 worldwide citation)

A plywood panel is provided with a durable and highly weather-proof surface and a plurality of embossed parallel grooves therein for enhancing its appearance. A metal caul plate is formed with the series of spaced apart ridges corresponding to desired grooves in the panel. A moist, spongy fibrous we ...


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Loyd L King, Robert G Wheeler, Thomas M Fish: Uterine caliper and depth gauge. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Department of Health Education and Welfare, Browdy and Neimark, April 12, 1977: US04016867 (49 worldwide citation)

A uterine caliper and sound consisting of an elongated body having outwardly biased resilient caliper wings and a spring-loaded slidable cervical stop. A slide on the body is operatively connected to the wings by a monofilament and operates with respect to a first scale on the body as a width indica ...


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Leonard E Laufe, Robert G Wheeler: Surgical instrument for use in reversible sterilization or permanent occlusion procedures. Repromed, B B Olive, May 19, 1981: US04267839 (39 worldwide citation)

A forcep-like instrument is provided for mounting and ejecting either an elastic band or a hood for an occlusion procedure.


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Robert G Wheeler deceased, William D Hawley: "Stress-softened elastometeric films, articles, and method and apparatus for making such films and articles. Family Health International, Steven J Hultquist, June 18, 1996: US05526823 (31 worldwide citation)

A stress-softened thermoplastic elastomeric (TPE) film which has been subjected to tensional deformation comprising at least uniaxial strain, and having improved textural and thermal transmissivity characteristics, as compared to a native, unstretched material. Such stress-softened thermoplastic ela ...


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Robert G Wheeler deceased, Edwin C White Jr: Bidirectionally donnable generally tubular sheath articles, and apparatus and method for making and using same. Family Health International, Steven J Hultquist, October 4, 1994: US05351698 (29 worldwide citation)

An article having a main sheath portion formed of a flexible and/or elastic material closed at a distal end thereof and open at a proximal end thereof, with a first flange element formed of a flexible and elastic material, and having an aperture formed or pressure-formable therein, secured to the op ...


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Albert C Tanquary, Robert G Wheeler: Textured thermoplastic elastomeric film, articles comprising same, and method of making such textured thermoplastic elastomeric film and articles. March 24, 1992: US05098755 (27 worldwide citation)

Textured and embossed films are described which are usefully employed in the manufacture of condom articles. In one aspect, an elastic film is provided with an embossed pattern thereon comprising from about 1,000 to about 100,000 embossments per square inch of embossed surface. In another aspect, pa ...


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Robert G Wheeler deceased, William D Hawley: Stress-softened elastomeric films, articles, and method and apparatus for making such films and articles. Family Health International, Steven J Hultquist, August 9, 1994: US05335675 (25 worldwide citation)

A stress-softened thermoplastic elastomeric (TPE) film which has been subjected to tensional deformation comprising at least uniaxial strain, and having improved textural and thermal transmissivity characteristics, as compared to a native, unstretched material. Such stress-softened thermoplastic ela ...


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Robert G Wheeler: Method of providing convolutable areas on thermoplastic elastomeric films, and films and film products having such areas. Family Health International, Olive & Olive, January 5, 1993: US05176152 (22 worldwide citation)

A method of providing a convoluted area on a first thermoplastic elastomeric film, by applying to the film, one or more discrete pieces of a second thermoplastic elastomeric film, wherein the second film is differentially expandable as compared to the underlying first film. The differential expansio ...


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Pouru Bhiwandiwala, Robert G Wheeler: Osmotic cervical dilator. Repromed, B B Olive, August 28, 1984: US04467806 (21 worldwide citation)

An osmotic cervical dilator has a sponge-like synthetic plastic body in which all the residual void spaces in the body are filled with a salt composition and the body shaped for insertion and retention in the cervix of the patient. The dilator, once inserted and retained by the cervix, is adapted to ...