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Robert N Hamlin: Multilayer extrusion of angioplasty balloons. Schneider, Haugen and Nikolai, December 14, 1993: US05270086 (481 worldwide citation)

A method of producing laminated inflatable, substantially inextensible expander members having composite properties enhancing their use on intravascular catheters, such as angioplasty catheters is described. Diverse polymeric compounds of differing properties are coextruded to create a multilayer pa ...


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Robert N Hamlin, Rick L Shockey, Robert A V Tassel: Fiber tip atherectomy catheter. Schneider, Haugen and Nikolai, April 23, 1991: US05009659 (229 worldwide citation)

A catheter assembly especially designed for the performance of atherectomy procedures which include an elongated flexible plastic tube which can be routed through the vascular system to the location of the atheroma to be removed and a working catheter insertable through the guide catheter in the for ...


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Robert N Hamlin: Multilayer catheter balloon. Schneider, Fish & Richardson P C, October 17, 2000: US06132824 (82 worldwide citation)

A method of producing laminated inflatable, substantially inextensible expander members having composite properties enhancing their use on intravascular catheters, such as angioplasty catheters is described. Diverse polymeric compounds of differing properties are coextruded to create a multilayer pa ...


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Shari J Wilson, Roger H Appeldorn, Robert N Hamlin: Container with intermeshable closure members. Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, Gary L Griswold, Waltern N Kirn, Mark W Binder, February 18, 1992: US05088164 (43 worldwide citation)

A closure for use in joining together container portions to enclose an opening in a container. The closure includes a pair of intermeshable closure members, each having a structured surface. The structured surfaces adhere to each other when brought into contact to secure the container portions toget ...


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Robert N Hamlin, John Thomas VanScoy, Timothy Gearling Haines: Unidirectional resistance pivot assembly for a splint. EMPI, Alan Oppenheimer Wolff & Donnelly Kamrath, October 10, 2000: US06129690 (41 worldwide citation)

The upper and lower sections (12, 14) of a splint (10) are pivotable about a pivot axis (17) by a pair of pivot assemblies (16). Each pivot assembly (16) includes a housing (18) having a cylindrical side wall (20) and a spacer (30) having a cam track (34). The housing (18) is closed by a closure pla ...


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Shari J Wilson, Roger H Appeldorn, Robert N Hamlin: Container with intermeshable closure members. Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, Gary L Griswold, Walter N Kirn, Mark W Binder, May 19, 1992: US05113555 (36 worldwide citation)

A closure for use in joining together container portions to enclose an opening in a container. The closure includes a pair of intermeshable closure members, each having a structured surface. The structured surfaces adhere to each other when brought into contact to secure the container portions toget ...


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Robert N Hamlin, William W Dickinson: Wet gas scrubbing of particulates. Sun Oil Company of Pennsylvania, J Edward Hess, Donald R Johnson, Paul Lipsitz, September 1, 1981: US04286973 (14 worldwide citation)

A method for removing particulates from flue gases by water scrubbing wherein the gases are contacted with a multiplicity of water sprays in a duct leading to cyclone separators and the gases are further sprayed with water within the cyclones, the cyclones separating the gases from the particulate m ...


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James J Arkell, Robert N Hamlin: Intraocular lens with asymetric vaulted support loops. Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, Donald M Sell, James A Smith, Jennie G Boeder, March 25, 1986: US04578078 (10 worldwide citation)

An intraocular lens assembly suitable for implantation into either the anterior or posterior chamber of the human eye has a lens body supported in the eye by first and second support members extending from the lens body for engaging adjacent portions of the anterior or posterior chamber of the eye, ...


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Robert N Hamlin: Energy absorbing carrier tape. Ilinois Tool Works, Alan Kamrath Oppenheimer Wolff & Donnelly, October 12, 1999: US05964353 (9 worldwide citation)

Carrier tape (12) is disclosed which absorbs kinetic energy and protects the leads (34, 34') of electronic circuit components (32) from bending or being otherwise damaged in an industry drop test. The components (32) are supported in pockets (22) by platforms (40) which are free of ridges extending ...


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Robert N Hamlin: Pockets for microchip carriers. CariTech, Peterson Wicks Nemer & Kamrath P A, September 9, 1997: US05664680 (8 worldwide citation)

A carrier tape (12) is disclosed including a plurality of longitudinally spaced pockets (22) extending parallel to index holes (20). Each pocket (22) includes side walls (24) and a bottom (26) having provisions (28) for holding a microchip (32). Abutments (38) having semicircular cross sections are ...