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William E Masters: System and method for computer automated manufacturing using fluent material. Cort Flint, July 28, 1992: US05134569 (130 worldwide citation)

A system and method for constructing a three-dimensional object (10) from a design created on a CAD machine (14) is disclosed which includes a support (B) which may be indexed along two coordinate axes (X, Y) and a movable dispensing head (A) which indexes along a Z-axis. A fluent material (54) is d ...


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Thiers Barnard: Floor part, method for making such a floor part and device used thereby. Unilin Beheer, March 24, 1999: EP0903451-A2 (128 worldwide citation)

Floor part, in particular a floor panel for forming a parquet floor or such, characterized in that it is treated with a sealing agent (6) on one or several sides (2-32-33-34).


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William E Masters: System and method for computer automated manufacture with reduced object shape distortion. Bell Seltzer Park & Gibson, June 1, 1993: US05216616 (127 worldwide citation)

A system and method for producing a three-dimensional object (10, 70) from coordinates generated on a computer machine (12) is disclosed wherein the object has improved dimensional accuracy. Control signals (20b) are generated for controlling a servo (20) that controls a reaction or interaction of m ...


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Kichi Yoneda: Emergency system for stopping a band blade of a cutting apparatus. Wenderoth Lind & Ponack, October 3, 1978: US04117752 (112 worldwide citation)

An emergency system for stopping the endless band blade reeved around a plurality of pulleys rotatably mounted on the base of a cutting apparatus. The system has a bearing rotatably mounted on the base and held in contact with the band blade at all times and an amplifier electrically connected to th ...


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William R Phillips: Chain saw braking mechanism. Crow Lytle Gilwee Donoghue Adler and Weineger, Mark C Jacobs, May 8, 1979: US04152833 (101 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method for the prevention of injury to the operator of a chain saw, which saw includes on-off actuating means, a housing, an engine within said housing, a guide bar, connected to the housing, a cutting chain carried by said bar, said engine having a drive shaft operably connected th ...


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Timothy J McCullough, David A Masters: Safety control system for power operated equipment. Food Industry Equipment International, Michael Sand Co, December 28, 1993: US05272946 (100 worldwide citation)

A safety control system for power operated equipment which ensures operator safety by immediately disconnecting the power drive from a power driven rotating member, such as a toothed feed shaft of a meat skinning machine or a moving blade of a band saw, and then positively stops and then reverses th ...


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Peter Schacht: Process for the manufacture of multi-ply panel boards preferably for floors. Armstrong Nikaido Marmelstein Kubovcik & Murray, May 5, 1992: US05109898 (100 worldwide citation)

Multi-ply floor panel boards are cut from a sheet composed of individual, glued plies. The plies of two such sheets are now placed together underside to underside and glued together. Then double board blanks in the size of the panel boards to be manufactured are cut from the composite sheet formed i ...


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Green Dwight C: Feeler operated saw guard. Brelsford Harry W, April 29, 1975: US3880032 (98 worldwide citation)

A pivoted finger feels the thickness of a board by rotating to the angular position that allows the board to pass under the feeler. The feeler finger rotates a cam that in turn actuates a mechanism to lift the saw guard by the dimension indicated by the angular position of the feeler. Thereupon the ...


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Fushiya Fusao: Safety devices for electric circular saws. Makita Electric Works, Lavine Irvin A, December 2, 1975: US3922785 (92 worldwide citation)

An improved safety device for an electrically driven hand operated circular saw is disclosed. The device comprises an auxiliary switch connected in series to a main switch in an electric circuit between a power source and a motor for driving a saw blade, and a mechanism operationally connecting the ...


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Charles E Benedict, Douglas A Newcomer, Gregory W Hatcher, Timothy M Cheek, Douglas R Stahl: Miter saw blade guards. Benedict Engineering Company, Dowell & Dowell P C, September 14, 1999: US05950514 (91 worldwide citation)

Supplemental guards are pivotally mounted on opposite sides of a conventional saw blade housing associated with miter saws. The supplemental blade guards are mounted so as to normally extend outwardly beyond the cutting blade whenever a miter saw blade is not engaged with a workpiece. The supplement ...



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