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William S Spamer, Dennis E Parham, Timothy M Shannon: Pusher device for dispensing articles. The Mead Corporation, Tsugihiko Suzuki, June 3, 1997: US05634564 (194 worldwide citation)

A pusher device for dispensing merchandise is disclosed. The device includes an elongate plastic track having a floor on which a row of articles are positioned for movement therealong, a pusher connected to the track for movement therealong and having a front side for engagement with the rearmost ar ...


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Leonard Storch, Ernst van Haagen: Information transfer and use, particularly with respect to objects such as gambling chips. Leonard Storch, Frank J DeRosa, March 21, 1989: US04814589 (175 worldwide citation)

Coding systems utilizing machine-readable coding are disclosed. The coding systems are extremely simple to use and preferred embodiments of the machine-readable coding require no external reference or reference code or starting point or orientation for reading or decoding. The number of usable codes ...


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Didier Bernardin: Display tray for aligned articles. Young & Thompson, May 12, 1992: US05111942 (171 worldwide citation)

A channel is adapted to receive partly nested objects in a queue which a clamp/pusher member associated with a return spring urges towards an anterior abutment wall, the pusher member is associated with a slide member sliding in a central guide corridor, while the return spring forms at least one ou ...


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Harry C Sweere, Michael D Gonnerman, Donald M Voeller: Desktop flat panel display support system. Ergotron, Hugh D Jaeger, January 18, 2000: US06015120 (165 worldwide citation)

Desktop flat panel display support system includes a base, a pivot support bracket assembly, and a support arm, with gas spring, leads to a single axis pivot where a flat panel display may be connected. The pivot support bracket assembly rotates about a vertical axis to provide azimuthil rotation of ...


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William C Jackle III, Richard A Sherwood, Frederick M Avery, James V Seifert: Pressure-feed tray system. The Niven Marketing Group, Ralph R Rath, March 15, 1988: US04730741 (162 worldwide citation)

A dispensing unit includes a tray system including front, rear and side walls with partitions dividing the system into a plurality of trays and a support slidably supporting the tray system between a product dispensing position and a product restocking position. Each tray has a slot in its bottom be ...


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Ulrich Wombacher: Device for the presentation of retail articles. Henkel Kommanditgesellschaft auf Aktien, Ernest G Szoke, Henry E Millson Jr, Real J Grandmaison, February 16, 1988: US04724968 (158 worldwide citation)

In a device formed with at least one fixed lateral flange, more especially a shelf insert, for the presentation of retail articles, the device provides for economical, material-saving production and for simple adaptation to different retail article widths.


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Peter Crum: Merchandiser assembly. Oscar Mayer Foods Corporation, Joseph T Harcarik, March 13, 1990: US04907707 (157 worldwide citation)

A merchandiser assembly is provided for storing and displaying products in a shelf-like manner. The merchandiser assembly greatly facilitates stock rotation, is self-facing, and automatically maintains an organized and properly positioned stock of products. A product tray is slidably mounted with re ...


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Gerald O Salveson, Bernard Primiano, Edmond B Reinagel, Dennis E Parham: Pusher unit for dispensing merchandise. The Mead Corporation, Needle & Rosenberg P C, October 8, 1996: US05562217 (153 worldwide citation)

A pusher unit for placement into a merchandise display tray to dispense merchandise which has an elongated shelving track with a front end and a top surface for carrying the bottom surface of the merchandise. The pusher unit has a spring-biased pusher plate with a front surface for contacting the si ...


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Gerald Yablans, Anthony Chan: Adjustable display and dispenser rack. P O P Displays, Nolte Nolte and Hunter P C, August 6, 1996: US05542552 (153 worldwide citation)

A display and dispensing rack having a pair of front-to-back slidingly interfitted trays with product pusher which travels front-to-back over both trays.


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Peter Crum: Merchandiser assembly. Oscar Meyer Foods Corporation, Lockwood Alex FitzGibbon & Cummings, May 7, 1991: US05012936 (151 worldwide citation)

A merchandiser assembly is provided for storing and displaying products in a shelf-like manner. The merchandiser assembly greatly facilitates stock rotation, is self-facing, and automatically maiintains an organized and properly positioned stock of products. A product tray is slidably mounted with r ...