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Charles Sperry
Sperry Charles R, Sperry Laurence B: High speed apparatus for forming foam cushions for packaging purposes.. Sealed Air, March 31, 1993: EP0534457-A2 (4 worldwide citation)

A sealing and severing apparatus is disclosed for sealing plastic bags formed in succession from stock plastic film material (41,42) and then severing the sealed bags from one another. The bags are filled with a foamable composition while they are being formed so that when the formed and filled bags ...


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Gregory R Becker, Mitchell I Rapoport: Reciprocating shaft device. November 28, 1995: US05471102 (151 worldwide citation)

A reciprocating shaft device suitable for numerous uses, including as a tattoo device, with a balanced generally symmetrical configuration having an electromagnetic coil with a shaft slidably mounted concentrically within the coil. A cylindrical housing encloses the shaft and electromagnetic coil. D ...


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Faiz Feisal Sherman, Vadim Vladimirovich Yuzhakov, Vladimir Gartstein, Grover David Owens: Method of manufacturing an intracutaneous microneedle array. The Procter & Gamble Company, Bart S Herako, Leonard W Lewis, September 17, 2002: US06451240 (118 worldwide citation)

A microneedle array is manufactured using a mold preparation procedure that begins by placing an optical mask over a layer of PMMA material, exposing the PMMA material to x-rays, then developing using a photoresist process. The remaining PMMA material is then electroplated with metal. Once the metal ...


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Vladimir S Kondratenko: Method of splitting non-metallic materials. Fonon Technology, Darby & Darby, March 11, 1997: US05609284 (111 worldwide citation)

A method of cutting non-metallic materials, specifically glass, resides in the heating of the material by an incident beam of radiation being effected to a temperature short of its softening point, with the rate of relative displacement of the beam and of the material, and the region of the heated z ...


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Jan C Knibbe, Willard J McPhee: Piercing apparatus. Springfield Tool and Die, Gifford Chandler Sheridan & Sprinkle, August 2, 1977: US04038894 (101 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for piercing an arcuate workpiece includes a frame, an index table rotatably mounted on the frame, piercing means horizontally adjustable on the frame with respect to the index table and a punch head movable horizontally into engagement with the workpiece mounted to the index table. A swiv ...


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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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James A Ariglio, Harry Menegus: Method and apparatus for breaking brittle materials. Corning Incorporated, Robert L Carlson, October 27, 1998: US05826772 (90 worldwide citation)

A system for breaking large sheets of brittle material such as glass into smaller sheets, in which at least one laser is moved across a sheet of brittle material having two major surfaces to form two vent cracks in the sheet, a first vent crack in a first path on one side of the sheet and a second v ...


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James L Simpson: Medical appliance disposal container. Thomas W Speckman, June 5, 1984: US04452358 (82 worldwide citation)

A medical appliance disposal container is disclosed having at least one opening for insertion of medical appliances, the opening being covered by at least one slotted plastic membrane for insertion of the desired medical appliance into the disposal container. In at least one of the openings at the e ...


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Garretson Henry D: Surgical bone punch. Weingarten Maxham & Schurgin, September 17, 1974: US3835860 (74 worldwide citation)

A surgical instrument for punching holes in bone or other substantially solid matter such as cartilaginous tissue. A relatively easy to operate trigger mechanism permits a very large force to be applied to the punch to penetrate the bone. The punch is advanced incrementally by means of a ratchet mec ...


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Registration of sheet material workpieces and cutting dies therefor. Samco Strong, August 18, 1982: GB2092501-A (73 worldwide citation)

A method of locating a sheet material workpiece W and a cutting die D therefor in registration with each other. Either an image of the die is projected on to the workpiece and the die located on the image or an image of the workpiece is projected on to a conveyor 12, the workpiece is positioned on t ...



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