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William H Ryan: Adjustable weight golf club. Dechert Price & Rhoads, September 7, 1999: US05947840 (157 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides for golf clubs, in particular woods, which include a three dimensional weighting system including at least two weight ports which are attached to the outside of the clubhead. The weights are directly axially aligned to, and form an equilateral triangle with the clubs c ...


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William H Ryan: Method and apparatus for measuring the volume and shape of a glass gob. Owens Illinois, D T Innis, Myron E Click, David H Wilson, June 3, 1980: US04205973 (26 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and method for measuring the volume and shape of a falling gob of glass. Two cameras are used to make section by section measurements of the horizontal extent of the moving gob. Timing of the measurements is controlled so as to cause measurements to be made at equal increments of the motio ...


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William E Johnson, Thomas F Michalski, William H Ryan: Electronic control system for a glassware forming machine. Owens Illinois, Gerald T Welch, Myron E Click, David H Wilson, March 1, 1983: US04375669 (10 worldwide citation)

A control system for a glassware forming machine determines the machine speed in accordance with the physical characteristics of the molten glass and the type of glassware being formed. The control system is loaded with timing data representing predetermined forming steps and a machine cycle speed a ...


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William H Ryan: Circuit and method for generating gray scale in gaseous discharge panels. Owens Illinois, January 3, 1978: US04067047 (9 worldwide citation)

A circuit and method for obtaining gray scale in gas discharge display panels which uses only one discharge site per resolution element, does not require extensive electronic memory and provides a continuous, broad intensity range. A video signal is sampled at predetermined time intervals and the sa ...


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William H Ryan, William E Johnson: Gas discharge coupling of driving circuitry to a gas discharge display/memory panel. Owens Illinois, Donald Keith Wedding, May 16, 1978: US04090109 (6 worldwide citation)

A gas discharge display/memory device in which the driving circuitry is coupled to the panel electrodes through a plurality of gas discharge cells. Along one edge of each of the panel electrode arrays, there are formed a plurality of gas discharge shift cells each defined by a pair of crosspoints, o ...


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William E Johnson, William H Ryan: Environmentally protected electronic control for a glassware forming machine. Owens Illinois, Gerald T Welch, Myron E Click, David H Wilson, July 13, 1982: US04339260 (6 worldwide citation)

A cooling system includes means for maintaining electronic control components of a glassware forming machine at a safe operational temperature. A circuit board heat sink is attached to and substantially covers the component mounting surface of a printed circuit board. The circuit board heat sink inc ...


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William H Ryan: Short circuit proof driver and alarm circuit for a solenoid in a glassware forming machine. Owens Illinois, Gerald T Welch, Myron E Click, David H Wilson, July 19, 1983: US04394148 (5 worldwide citation)

A short circuit proof driver and alarm circuit for a solenoid actuator in a glassware forming machine is disclosed. Power to the solenoid is switched from a power source by a VMOS enhancement mode power transistor. Under normal operating conditions, the power transistor will be operated in saturatio ...


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William H Ryan, Norman H Evers: Method and apparatus for producing steel box toes to be used in safety shoes. William H Ryan, Munroe H Hamilton, July 13, 1976: US03968673 (2 worldwide citation)

A flat strip of metal, preferably coiled upon itself, is fed into a draw press and subjected to pressure to produce a generally bowl-shaped workpiece having irregular outer edges within which is defined a pair of mirror-imaged toe cap parts. The toe cap parts occur in angularly opposed relation to o ...


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William H Ryan: Golf club sighting and alignment system. Quantum Leap Golf Company L L C, Q Todd Dickinson, Stephen T Falk, July 22, 1997: US05649871 (1 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides for a "rifle sighting system" on the top surface of the clubhead which allows the golfer at the address position to align the ball where the center marker on the clubface will be at impact. This system factors in the effect the downward bowing of the shaft on the forwa ...


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