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Prior Donald R, Sweeney Michael T, Gregorovich Basil V: Sealed automotive emblem lighting assembly and method. Siegel Robert, August 27, 1997: EP0791911-A2 (12 worldwide citation)

Automotive emblem lighting assemblies, and methods for making them, comprise in one embodiment a bezel with a transparent/translucent lens mounted thereon. A junction exists at the lens/bezel interface. Viscous curable material is dispensed upon the lens rear and bezel. Prior to such dispensing a se ...


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Sweeney Michael T, Sweeney James S Jr, Stark Duane P: Stationary exercise device having load-controlling braking system. Laguna Tectrix, May 22, 1996: EP0712324-A1

A stationary exercise cycle is disclosed having a drive wheel (40) which receives both user driving force and automatically controlled friction brake resistance, i.e., it is a single stage device. Freewheeling is pivoted between a user driven shaft and the periphery of the drive wheel, which is brak ...


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Sweeney Michael T, Sweeney James S Jr, Stark Duane P: Stationary exercise device having load-controlling braking system. Tectrix Fitness Equipment, LAIRD Michael H, February 9, 1995: WO/1995/003854

A stationary exercise cycle is disclosed having a drive wheel (40) which receives both user driving force and automatically controlled friction brake resistance, i.e., it is a single stage device. Freewheeling is pivoted between a user driven shaft and the periphery of the drive wheel, which is brak ...


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Stark Duane P, Sweeney Michael T: User energy transmission for exercise apparatus. Laguna Tectrix, sPLANTE Thomas J, February 21, 1991: WO/1991/001776

An exercising apparatus is disclosed which simulates stair-climbing. In order to reduce breakage problems in the force-transmitting structure between each pedal (70) and a one-way rotating drive shaft (110), a pair of pulley wheels (90) each associated with a pair of cables, are used. Each pulley wh ...


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Sweeney Michael T, Stark Duane P, Sweeney James S Jr: Exercise apparatus and method which simulate stair climbing. Laguna Tectrix, PLANTE Thomas J, July 12, 1990: WO/1990/007363

An exercise apparatus is disclosed which simulates a stair climber, and which determines the amount of user exercise by the speed of rotation of a flywheel (80). The speed of the flywheel is controlled to maintain the desired speed of stair climbing by a friction belt (82) engaging the flywheel (80) ...


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SWEENEY Michael T: [fr] ACCROCHE-SAC, [en] PURSE HANGER. SWEENEY Michael T, ANDRAS Joseph C, January 7, 2010: WO/2010/003150

[en] A purse holder apparatus includes a first arm including a first surface contact element and a first connecting portion, a second arm includes a second surface contact element and a second connecting portion, and a compression element is connected to the first connecting portion and the second c ...


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Stark Duane P, Sweeney Michael T: User energy transmission for exercise apparatus.. Laguna Tectrix, May 20, 1992: EP0485468-A1

An exercising apparatus is disclosed which simulates stair-climbing. In order to reduce breakage problems in the force-transmitting structure between each pedal and a one-way rotating drive shaft, a pair of pulley wheels, each associated with a pair of cables, are used. Each pulley wheel rotates the ...