Method of dyeing hair. Schwarzkopf Verwaltung G M B H, Hans Schwarzkopf, May 29, 1969: GB1153196-A (328 worldwide citation)

1,153,196. Dyeing hair. SCHWARZKOPF VERWULTUNG G.m.b.H. [trading as HANS SCHWARZKOPF] 8 June, 1966 [7, July, 19651, No. 25567/66. Addition to 1,026,978. Heading D1B. The invention provides a process for dyeing hair in which oxidation dyes cured are 2,5- diaminopyridines substituted in the 2 - amino ...

Sprague Jr Gordon V: Adhesive process. USM Corporation, Pollard Benjamin C, White Vincent A, Megley Richard B, October 7, 1975: US3911173 (314 worldwide citation)

Process for applying adhesive to a surface, particularly for attaching a tread member to a shoe in which an adhesive applicator including a jet providing a gas stream having a rotational component is constructed to extrude viscous fluid adhesive to form a filament and to lay down the filament while ...

Gene W Kammerer, Jack S Pedlick, Keith A Seritella: Applicator and method for deploying a surgical fastener in tissue. Mitek Surgical Products, Pandiscio & Pandiscio, August 24, 1999: US05941439 (252 worldwide citation)

An applicator for deploying a fastener into tissue, the fastener including a head portion and a filament portion extending from the head portion, the applicator comprising an elongated hollow needle member having a pointed distal end portion, a slotted portion for releasably retaining the head of th ...

Mamoru Nishida: Process for producing a shoe-shaped part from a web of material and resulting shoe-shaped part. Tretorn, Sixbey Friedman Leedom & Ferguson, September 13, 1994: US05345638 (211 worldwide citation)

For the production of a shoe upper by cutting out of the shoe upper in the form of a layout from a web of material, shaping of the shoe upper with connection of material parts of the layout with formation of seams, a process is used by which such shoe uppers can be produced in a timesaving and effic ...

David Frankel, Leo Beiser: Method and apparatus for use in making custom shoes. Martin M Novack, May 17, 1988: US04745290 (185 worldwide citation)

The disclosure is directed to a method and apparatus for making a custom shoe based on non-contact measurements of a particular subject's foot. A foot is placed at an inspection position, and a laser beam is directed at the foot, and scanned in a predetermined pattern over the surface of the foot. T ...

安德烈亚斯・利塞克, 约阿希姆・吕尔: 对带有机器人的加工刀具进行精确引导的方法和装置. 克勒克纳-德斯马制鞋设备有限公司, 曾立, 永新, September 5, 2001: CN01103807.1 (174 worldwide citation)


Andreias Lysech, Joaschim Luel: Method and device for precisionly guiding processing tool having robot. Clerkna Desma Shoe Making Equipment, zeng li, September 5, 2001: CN01103807 (174 worldwide citation)

To provide a method for guiding a tool so that the pressing force of the tool to a work is made constant regardless of the position and the angle position in a space. The angle position of the tool in the space is calculated by robot control via a separate robot program at the prescribed time interv ...

Florence Melton: Slipper sock and method of manufacture. Watson Cole Grindle & Watson, March 2, 1982: US04317292 (137 worldwide citation)

An improved slipper sock which conforms to the foot of the wearer is formed as follows: the bottom of the foot portion of a stretchable knitted sock, which is in a stretched condition on a foot form, has temporarily attached to the exposed side thereof a thin and flexible bottom sole by use of dots ...

Elisabeth von den Benken, Henry VON DEN Benken: Insole for footwear. June 28, 1977: US04031586 (112 worldwide citation)

This invention pertains to insoles and lasts for footwear. The insole has one or several protrusions which fit correspondingly disposed cavities in the outer sole thus assuring correct alignment of the outer sole and the insole at assembly. Lasting hooks are located around the insole which help to i ...

Luciano Belli, Ezio Toja: Machine for assembling shoe uppers directly on assembly forms. Guido Modiano, Albert Josif, August 3, 1976: US03972086 (111 worldwide citation)

A machine for assembling uppers directly on assembly forms which comprises means for removably blocking at least a form against rotation and translation, means for holding an upper predisposed for string lasting assemblage and an insole which is externally covered with glue on the form, grasping mem ...