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Longzhi Jiang
Mark Derakhshan, William Einziger, Longzhi Jiang, Timothy Wise, Venkata Krishnan Veeraraghavan Narayanan, Charles Helms, Charles Dudley Yarborough: Suspension system and method for suspending an inner vessel inside an outer vessel of a cryostat. General Electric Company, The Small Patent Law Group, Dean D Small, August 20, 2013: US08511632

A suspension system for a cryostat includes a coupling mechanism, a fixation body, and a pin. The coupling mechanism is joined to an outer vessel and coupled with a strap. The fixation body is joined to an inner vessel. The fixation body extends between a front side that faces the coupling mechanism ...


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Murray J Leffers Jr: Traverse support rod. Don J Flickinger, Robert A Parsons, Parsons & Associates, June 6, 1995: US05421059 (120 worldwide citation)

A tubular member divided into a top portion and a bottom portion by a divider. A longitudinal opening formed in the bottom portion of the tubular member. A glider slidably received within the bottom portion of the tubular member. A clip, for supporting a sheet material, is deformable between a locki ...


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Thor Ohman, Lester R Small: Drapery carrier for a string connected carrier system. Graber, Vernon J Pillote, September 25, 1984: US04473102 (104 worldwide citation)

A carrier for supporting a panel for movement along a track and adapted for connection to a string for controlling the spacing of the carriers along the track. The carrier includes a carrier body having a key receiving cavity, a locking key integrally connected to the body by a frangible connection ...


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Harry C Sweere, Donald M Voeller, Fredrick D Wucherpfenning: Suspension system for video monitor or other equipment. Ergotron, Hugh D Jaeger, March 2, 1999: US05876008 (97 worldwide citation)

A suspension system having a four bar linkage system including an angled arm for adjustable and positionable vertical and horizontal support of a video monitor or the like. A weight counterbalance adjustment mechanism adjustably compensates for various weights of a load held by the angled arm. Gas s ...


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Joseph E Kovach, Michael S Holford, Gary F Skinner, Marek Jarosinski, Erwin Gaudyn, David Vogel, Wendell B Colson: Electrically powered window covering assembly. Hunter Douglas, Pennie & Edmonds, August 11, 1998: US05793174 (97 worldwide citation)

A wireless battery-operated window covering assembly is disclosed. The window covering has a head rail in which all the components are housed. These include a battery pack, an interface module including an IR receiver and a manual switch, a processor board including control circuitry, motor, drive g ...


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Shapiro Harry: Vertical louver type window drape. Arnstein Gluck Weitzenfeld & Minow, December 3, 1974: US3851699 (95 worldwide citation)

A window draw drape adapted to be supported in the manner of a vertical blind and having alternate light impeding and light transmitting vertical sections, the light impeding sections being supported for linear and rotational movement about respective vertical axes. The light impeding sections may b ...


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Lawrence R Carmen Jr, Michael E Lockley, Justin J Mierta, David J Dolan, Stephen M Ludwig Jr, Thomas W Brenner: Motorized shade control system. Lutron Electronics Co, Drinker Biddle & Reath, January 10, 2006: US06983783 (92 worldwide citation)

A motorized shade control system includes electronic drive units (EDUs) having programmable control units directing a motor to move an associated shade in response to command signals directed to the control units from wall-mounted keypad controllers or from alternate devices or control systems conne ...


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Joseph Tcherny: Low profile LCD projector mount. Peerless Indsutries, Vedder Price Kaufman & Kammholz, March 28, 2000: US06042068 (90 worldwide citation)

A mount that secures a projector to a ceiling is disclosed. The mount includes an upper element which is attached to the ceiling, and a lower element which is attached to the projector. The two elements are adapted to slidably engage and disengage for quick mounting without having to detach the uppe ...


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Hideaki Tonomura, Hidehiko Nakamura, Hiroomi Yamanaka, Akira Sone, Toshikazu Okita: Roman shade. Kabushiki Kaisha Nichibei, Greenblum & Bernstein, August 4, 1998: US05787951 (81 worldwide citation)

An opaque or semitransparent rear sheet hangs from a head rail and is weighted at the bottom by a ballast ber. A number of front sheets are hung from the rear sheet, each front sheet extending laterally across the full lateral width of the rear sheet. The rear sheet is raised by a raising cord to ra ...


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Edward T Rude, Jules Nisenson, Martin Waine: Headrail hardware for hanging window coverings. General Clutch Corporation, Gottlieb Rackman & Reisman, November 18, 1986: US04623012 (79 worldwide citation)

A capstan based system for pulling and accumulating the pull-cords used to lift hanging window coverings from their bottoms. A cylindrical capstan is supported in bearings so that it is free to rotate and move axially. A splined connection to a holding device permits controlled rotation and locking ...



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