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Guy S Benhamou, Gianfranco A Proia: Jewelry rope chain. Oroamerica, Drucker & Sommers, March 24, 1987: US04651517 (45 worldwide citation)

The disclosure sets forth a different annular link as the building element; instead of using a split annular link of a 3:1 ratio of link inner diameter to major wire diameter, the link has substantially thinner annulus for forming the rope chain, an annulus that requires an over 5:1 ratio of inner a ...


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Kalman Strobel: Hollow diamond cut rope chain with multi-faceted surfaces. OroAmerica, I Morley Drucker, Howard N Sommers, Daniel R Kimbell, December 10, 1996: US05581993 (31 worldwide citation)

By means of having taken advantage of certain physical properties of solids with a manufacturing process of incrementally deforming hollow links, there is produced new hollow simulated diamond cut multifaceted jewelry rope chain, which results in a product weighing up to 60% less than its solid coun ...


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Kazutaka Tabata: Wrist watch band and manufacturing method therefor. The Bambi Incorporated, Wills Green & Mueth Law Corporation, May 12, 1981: US04266400 (31 worldwide citation)

A wrist watch band comprises a plurality of metallic band links connected by a continuous flexible connecting member in a non-expansile condition. The links are made of pairs of upper and lower strips fixed to each other on respective opposed surfaces thereof. The watch band can be varied in appeara ...


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David Rozenwasser: Fine jewelry rope chain. Helfgott & Karas, March 5, 1991: US04996835 (30 worldwide citation)

A jewelry rope chain having tightly interfitting links made of wire of a given cross-section, each link having a small gap formed therein slightly larger than the cross-section of said wire, so as to enable one of said links to pass through the gap of a second such link, said links being intertwined ...


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Nobuto Kozakura, Toyonaga Saito, Tsutomu Haginoya, Takero Nakagawa: Silent chain. Tsubakimoto Chain Co, Armstrong Westerman Hattori McLeland and Naughton, May 30, 2000: US06068568 (28 worldwide citation)

A silent chain is provided which has reduced elongation based on wear and which is capable of maintaining a high accuracy over a long period of time in use. The inner surfaces of pin holes formed in at least joint trains of plates have been subjected to shaving, and a hard layer of at least one hard ...


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Kalman Strobel: Hollow rope chain with simulated diamond cut. A K S Jewelry, Kuhn & Muller, July 14, 1992: US05129220 (28 worldwide citation)

By means of having taken advantage of certain physical properties of solids with a manufacturing process of incrementally deforming hollow links, there is produced new hollow diamond cut jewelry rope chain, which results in a product weighing up to 60% less than its solid counterpart, but which in i ...


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Kalman Strobel: Process for making hollow diamond cut rope chain. A K S Jewelry, Kuhn & Muller, June 30, 1992: US05125225 (27 worldwide citation)

By means of having taken advantage of certain physical properties of solids with a manufacturing process of incrementally deforming hollow links, there is produced new hollow diamond cut jewelry rope chain, which results in a product weighing up to 60% less than its solid counterpart, but which in i ...


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Timothy J Ledvina, Robert H Mead: Power transmission chain. Borg Warner Corporation, Aubrey L Burgess, April 9, 1985: US04509323 (27 worldwide citation)

A power transmission chain for a sprocket drive is constructed of at least two types of toed links, one engaging sprocket teeth with their outside flanks and the other engaging sprocket teeth with their inside flanks. The links are assembled as uniform sets of links of the same type, in a regular or ...


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Larry C Smith, Robert J Webers: Non-metallic transmission chain. Rexnord, November 7, 1978: US04123947 (26 worldwide citation)

The present invention pertains to a non-metallic transmission chain for high loads which comprises a plurality of non-metallic links of a material having a tensile strength of at least 8500 psi and a plurality of associated glass fiber reinforced pins with a tensile strength of at least 1800 psi and ...


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Aviad Ofrat, Eitan Weinberg, Arie Gur: Spiral diamond cut jewelry chain. G O V Jewelry, Ostrolenk Faber Gerb & Soffen, February 15, 1994: US05285625 (24 worldwide citation)

A rope chain formed with "diamond cut" facets which extend spirally around the longitudinal center of the chain. The chain can be formed of solid or hollow links, or of non-standard links not having a circular cross-section.



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