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Kinley John C: Method of expanding a liner. September 19, 1972: US3691624 (172 worldwide citation)

A device and method for expanding a tubing liner having a preformed reverse bend by pulling the metal of the liner outwardly to expand the reverse bend and bring the liner into a substantially cylindrical shape inside of a well tubing or other pipe.


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Kinley John C: Device for expanding a tubing liner. December 25, 1973: US3780562 (113 worldwide citation)

A device and method for expanding a tubing liner having a preformed reverse bend by pulling the metal of the liner outwardly to expand the reverse bend and bring the liner into a substantially cylindrical shape inside of a well tubing or other pipe.


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Persson Ingemar: Mechanically joining an inner tube to an outer tube. Exploweld, December 23, 1992: GB2256910-A (111 worldwide citation)

A method of joining mechanically an inner tube (2) to an outer tube (1) by radial expansion of at least the inner tube with the aid of an internal overpressure. The method is particularly characterized by filling the inner tube (2) with an explosive gas of determined composition, temperature and pre ...


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Gabdrashit S Abdrakhmanov, Albert G Zainullin, Anatoly V Perov, Rishad T Bulgakov, Yaroslav V Vakula, Alexandr A Fotov, Veniamin N Duev, Gennady P Moiseev, Ivan A Lyashenko, Shamil K Shayakhmetov, Rustam K Ibatullin, Vladimir A Aleshin, Alexandr Y Frolov, Ilmas F Mingazov, Ildus Z Vafin: Apparatus for manufacturing profile pipes used in well construction. Fleit Jacobson Cohn Price Holman & Stern, June 9, 1992: US05119661 (97 worldwide citation)

The method resides in profiling a part of a cylindrical pipe by drawing it through a moulding device, and reducing the pipe over its entire length for the diameter of the cylindrical part of the pipe to be substantially equal to the diameter of the circumscribed circle of its profiled part.


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Robert Lance Cook, David Paul Brisco, R Bruce Stewart, Lev Ring, Andrei Filippov, Alan B Duell: Forming a wellbore casing while simultaneously drilling a wellbore. Shell Oil Company, Haynes and Boone, Todd Mattingly, May 17, 2005: US06892819 (94 worldwide citation)

An apparatus including a support member, the support member including a first fluid passage, a mandrel coupled to the support member, the mandrel including: a second fluid passage, a tubular member coupled to the mandrel, and shoe coupled to the tubular liner, the shoe including a third fluid passag ...


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Johnson Herbert G: Method for forming hollow articles of work-stengthenable plastic materials. Shell Oil Company, September 11, 1973: US3757718 (81 worldwide citation)

This application discloses method and apparatus for forming flanged hollow articles of solid-work-strengthenable tenaciously stretachable plastically flowable materials, particularly crystalline polymers, such as polyethylene polypropylene, and the like, and article made thereby, wherein a female di ...


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James R Kline, Thomas J Kline, Dustin S Sene: Fiber optic storing and dispensing apparatus. Fiber Optic Cable Storage, John K McCulloch, September 4, 2007: US07266283 (72 worldwide citation)

Storage and dispensing apparatus for use with a unitary length of coilable fiber optic cable having a minimum bending radius, such apparatus having a casing within which is journaled a rotatable spool having two grooves in which relatively long and relatively short lengths of the cable may be coiled ...


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Duane L Rosenberg: Method for making an implantable medical device from a refractory metal. Medtronic, Thomas F Woods, Harold R Patton, June 16, 1998: US05765418 (70 worldwide citation)

A method for making an implantable medical device from a drawn refractory metal which has an improved biocompatible surface. The method includes coating a refractory metal article with platinum by a physical vapor deposition process and subjecting the coated article to drawing in a diamond die. The ...


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John S Kula, James E Umbach, Andreina Gomez: Stent with variable wall thickness. Cordis Corporation, Paul A Coletti, August 17, 2004: US06776022 (60 worldwide citation)

A stent is made flexible along its length. The stent initially starts as a metal sheet. It is rolled in its central region to a specified wall thickness. Thereafter, the stent is photochemically etched to produce the desired cell pattern of the design of the stent. Then, the stent is folded and the ...


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Dave Schmitz: RF tag attached to die assembly for use in press machine. The Minster Machine Company, Randall J Knuth, April 11, 2000: US06047579 (59 worldwide citation)

A tag for use in a press machine includes a reprogrammable storage area provided in the form of a read/write memory for storing reprogrammable die information associated with the die assembly. A communications device provided in the form of a transceiver transmits die data supplied by the read/write ...



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