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William A Crawford, David J Michlovic: Multisided communication distribution cabinet. Reltec Corporation, Fay Sharpe Beall Fagan Minnich & McKee, May 4, 1999: US05901033 (25 worldwide citation)

An equipment/distribution cabinet which contains electrical/electronic device modules. The cabinet allows for front, side and rear access for replacement, servicing and maintenance of the modules carried by the cabinet. The cabinet further includes mounting units which creates areas within which the ...


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William A Crawford, David J Michlovic, Larry N Cleveland: Multisided communication distribution cabinet having adjustable tie rod. RELTEC Corporation, Fay Sharpe Beall Fagan Minnich & McKee, November 9, 1999: US05982610 (10 worldwide citation)

In a multisided access communication distribution cabinet, an adjustable tie rod is configured as part of mounting units. The adjustable tie rod is located between grooming bars of the mounting unit, fitted within slots allowing for the adjustable tie rod to move within an area defined by the slots. ...


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William A Crawford, David J Michlovic: Modular precharge circuit. Marconi Communications, Jones Day Reavis & Pogue, November 16, 1999: US05986558 (9 worldwide citation)

Provided is a modular precharge circuit capable of rapidly recharging an equipment circuit path prior to insertion of a modular fuse or modular circuit breaker. The precharge circuit includes a switch to begin the operation of precharging, and a charge indicator to indicate appropriate charging has ...


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William A Crawford, Tracy J Potter, Donald F Heaney, Brain S DeForce, Samardh Onukuri: Cast parts with improved surface properties and methods for their production. Ethicon Endo Surgery, Nutter McClennan & Fish, July 27, 2010: US07762308 (4 worldwide citation)

Techniques for forming cast parts for medical devices suitable for contact with internal regions of patients are described herein. Such parts can be small in scale (e.g., having a major axis less than 0.3 inches, and/or a minor axis less than about 0.08 inches), and can be formed from metals that ha ...


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William A Crawford, Tracy J Potter, Donald F Heaney, Brain S DeForce, Samardh Onukuri: Cast parts with improved surface properties and methods for their production. Ethicon Endo Surgery, Nutter McClennen & Fish, December 4, 2007: US07302993

Techniques for forming cast parts for medical devices suitable for contact with internal regions of patients are described herein. Such parts can be small in scale (e.g., having a major axis less than 0.3 inches, and/or a minor axis less than about 0.08 inches), and can be formed from metals that ha ...


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William A Crawford, Kenneth V Moran, Terry A McFarland: Producing notch feature in small diameter steel alloy needle wire. Ethicon Endo Surgery, Welsh & Flaxman, September 22, 2009: US07591716

A notch-locating fixture for forming notches at predetermined locations along a needle wire used in a surgical suturing apparatus includes a base having at least one semi-circular recess shaped and dimensioned for receiving the needle wire. The fixture also includes a cover member including at least ...


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William A Crawford, Kenneth V Moran, Terry A McFarland: Producing notch feature in small diameter steel alloy needle wire. Welsh & Flaxman, December 6, 2007: US20070277363-A1

A notch-locating fixture for forming notches at predetermined locations along a needle wire used in a surgical suturing apparatus includes a base having at least one semi-circular recess shaped and dimensioned for receiving the needle wire. The fixture also includes a cover member including at least ...


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William A Crawford, Tracy J Potter, Donald F Heaney, Brian S DeForce, Samardh Onukuri: Cast parts with improved surface properties and methods for their production. Ethicon Endo Surgery, Nutter Mcclennen & Fish, May 29, 2008: US20080121365-A1

Techniques for forming cast parts for medical devices suitable for contact with internal regions of patients are described herein. Such parts can be small in scale (e.g., having a major axis less than 0.3 inches, and/or a minor axis less than about 0.08 inches), and can be formed from metals that ha ...


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William A Crawford, Tracy J Potter, Donald F Heaney, Brian S DeForce, Samardh Onukuri: Cast parts with improved surface properties and methods for their production. Ethicon Endo Surgery, Nutter Mcclennen & Fish, May 22, 2008: US20080118771-A1

Techniques for forming cast parts for medical devices suitable for contact with internal regions of patients are described herein. Such parts can be small in scale (e.g., having a major axis less than 0.3 inches, and/or a minor axis less than about 0.08 inches), and can be formed from metals that ha ...