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James D Boyd, Stephen J Smith, Michael P Cramer: Camera having resiliently biasing label and method. Eastman Kodak Company, Robert Luke Walker, July 17, 2001: US06263159

A camera has a casing and a subsystem having a first mechanical element and a second mechanical element. The first mechanical element is movable relative to the casing, between an engaged position and a disengaged position. The mechanical elements are engaged. The subsystem is operative in the engag ...


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James D Boyd, Stephen J Smith, Michael P Cramer: Camera having label including optical component. Eastman Kodak Company, Robert Luke Walker, July 10, 2001: US06259861

A camera has a body defining a passage. A label has an attachment portion adhered to the body and an optical component joined to the attachment portion. The optical component is optically aligned with the passage.


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Stephen J Smith, James D Boyd, Michael Cramer: Shutter mechanism prevents accidental shutter opening due to physical shock. Eastman Kodak Company, Roger A Fields, May 30, 2000: US06068412

A shutter mechanism comprising an aperture through which ambient light is passed to cause a film exposure, a pair of shutter blades supported for pivotal opening movement in opposite opening directions away from one another to uncover the aperture to permit ambient light to pass through the aperture ...


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James D Boyd, Stephen J Smith, Michael P Cramer: One-time use camera having breakable component and recycling method. Eastman Kodak Company, Robert Luke Walker, August 28, 2001: US06282375

A camera has a body having a functional subsystem and first and second cover parts. The second cover part moves relative to the first cover part from a closed position to an unclosed position to open the body. A label has an attachment portion that is adhered to at least one of the cover parts. The ...


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Stephen J Smith, Philip D Blavins, Andrew T Backler: Vibration test arrangement. Rolls-Royce, Oliff & Berridge, November 26, 2013: US08590380

Testing of components for fatigue under vibration conditions is important. Typically an isolation device is utilized in order to isolate a mode of vibration of interest. Isolation is through engaging a node line utilizing isolation elements. By presenting the isolation elements in arms a component c ...


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Stephen J Smith, Philip D Blavins, Andrew T Backler: Fatigue test arrangement. Rolls-Royce, Oliff, February 17, 2015: US08955387

High cycle fatigue testing is required with regard to a large number of components in order to evaluate their performance and capabilities. Typically such components are mounted such that an excitation mechanism such as through use of air jets can be utilized in order to stimulate vibration. In orde ...


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Stephen J Smith, Philip D Blavins, Andrew T Backler: Vibration test arrangement. Rolls-Royce, Oliff, February 18, 2014: US08650956

Vibration test arrangements incorporate an isolation device. In order to allow the isolation device to operate on one side only of a component subject to vibration testing a clamp association is provided between isolation elements. An abutment pressure to retain and present the component is generate ...


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Stephen J Smith, James D Boyd, Michael P Cramer: Camera with circuit board having light baffle opening. Eastman Kodak Company, Roger A Fields, June 6, 2000: US06072963

A camera comprising a front taking lens, an exposure chamber centered about an optical axis of the taking lens and having a rear backframe opening for exposing successive sections of a filmstrip, and a circuit board located between the taking lens and the backframe opening and having an opening cent ...


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Stephen J Smith: Method for application and maintenance of medication on body tissue. Ramon L Pizarro, November 8, 2001: US20010038857-A1

A medical method and dressing for application, and maintenance of medication on healthy, damaged diseased or infected living tissue. Medication is applied to body tissue and then coated with a bioadhesive providing medication maintenance on tissue and protection from body and other liquids or abrasi ...


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Stephen J Smith, Timothy J Southgate: Reconfigurable programmable logic device computer system. Altera Corporation, Fish & Neave, May 20, 2004: US20040098569-A1

A reconfigurable computer system based on programmable logic is provided. A system design language may be used to write applications. The applications may be automatically partitioned into software components and programmable logic resource components. A virtual computer operating system may be prov ...