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Ishida Takuya: 切削インサート、切削工具、およびそれらを用いる切削方法 (JA), Cutting insert, cutting tool, and cutting method using cutting insert and cutting tool (EN). KYOCERA CORPORATION, April 1, 2010: WO/2010/035831 (156 worldwide citation)

A cutting insert is provided with an upper surface, a lower surface, side surfaces for interconnecting the upper surface and the lower surface, cutting edges located at the intersections between the upper surface and the side surfaces, and grooves located in the side surfaces, extending from the upp ...


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Robert K Kopras: Spiral cutting tool with detachable battery pack. Roto Zip Tool Corporation, Foley & Lardner, May 11, 1999: US05902080 (99 worldwide citation)

A detachable battery pack is connectable to hand-held power tools, such as spiral cutting tools, in which cuts are made by positioning the axis of the cutting tool motor housing perpendicular to a workpiece surface, and moving a cutting tool bit through the workpiece in a direction perpendicular to ...


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Robert K Kopras, Jason R Kopras, Scott Adler, Douglas Seals, Ryan Rindy, Larry Gunseor, Daniel Bullis: Hand-held power tool. Roto Zip Tool Corporation, Foley & Lardner, September 3, 2002: US06443675 (95 worldwide citation)

A hand-held power tool, such as a spiral cutting tool, with improved operator control and visibility. The power tool includes a motor contained in a motor housing. The motor may be a variable speed motor controlled by a speed control user interface mounted on the housing. Each time a speed control b ...


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Robb S Gillespie, Steven A Rogacki: Tool tip conductivity contact sensor and method. Young & Basile PC, November 19, 2002: US06481939 (91 worldwide citation)

A tool tip conductivity sensor and method for determining when a tool tip of a machine contacts a workpiece. The sensor has at least two external connectors, one to the workpiece and the other to the machine. When the tool tip grazes the workpiece surface an electrical circuit is completed. The sign ...


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Juzaburo Monobe: Cutting depth adjusting mechanism of a router. Ryobi, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett and Dunner, September 13, 1988: US04770573 (78 worldwide citation)

A cutting depth adjustment mechanism for a router having a nut engaged on a guide bolt for adjusting the depth of cut. Cutting depth can be coursely adjusted without rotation of the guide bolt relative to the adjusting nut. This can be accomplished by either disengaging the adjusting nut from the gu ...


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Dwight L Engwall, Chris J Morrow, Kevin J Steen, Roger A Johnson: Hybrid lay-up tool. The Boeing Company, John C Hammar, January 2, 2001: US06168358 (71 worldwide citation)

A hybrid tool serves as a form on which constituent materials are applied for bonding or curing into a part in a desired configuration. It also serves as a holder for the bonded or cured materials in the originally applied position during subsequent machining. The hybrid tool is made by fabricating ...


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Dwight L Engwall: Dual purpose lay-up tool. The Boeing Company, J Michael Neary, May 5, 1998: US05746553 (70 worldwide citation)

A method of manufacturing a laid-up, bonded and, cured composite part, includes filling a groove on a facing surface of a tool with a foaming, self-skinning sacrificial material and covering the facing surface of the tool with a caul sheet. The tool is heated to cure the foaming material, filling th ...


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Toshiaki Imahashi, Kihachiro Matsumoto, Katsuhiko Muto, Yasunori Ogawa: Portable electric router. Hitachi Koki Company, Lowe Price LeBlanc Becker & Shur, July 3, 1990: US04938642 (70 worldwide citation)

A portable electric tool including an electric motor for driving a cutter to cut an object to be machined. The electric tool comprises a bracket for supporting the electric motor and handles attached to handle-mounting sections of the bracket for keeping the electric tool in cutting operation. Also ...


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Allen G Beares: Plunge type router. Black & Decker, Harold Weinstein, Edward D Murphy, Walter Ottesen, March 16, 1982: US04319860 (70 worldwide citation)

A plunge type router is disclosed which includes an improved depth lock system operative to exert a clamping force directly on the motor housing and which distributes the clamping force over a substantial surface area thereof whereby the motor housing may be securely retained in position without dam ...


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Dwight L Engwall, Chris J Morrow, Kevin J Steen, Roger A Johnson: Hybrid lay-up tool. The Boeing Company, J Michael Neary, January 11, 2000: US06012883 (69 worldwide citation)

A hybrid tool serves as a form on which constituent materials are applied for bonding or curing into a part in a desired configuration. It also serves as a holder for the bonded or cured materials in the originally applied position during subsequent machining. The hybrid tool is made by fabricating ...