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Tsuyoshi Uetake, Iwao Ueno: Apparatus for connecting thread to surgical needle. Keisei Medical Industrial Company, Peter J Georges, May 8, 1990: US04922904 (79 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for connecting a thread wound on a bobbin to a surgical needle including feeding rollers for unwinding the thread from the bobbin, a tube-like chuck for selectively fix the thread thereto, a guide for guiding the front end of the thread, a feeding device for supporting the needle such t ...


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Kanji Matsutani: Method of and apparatus for attaching suture to operating needle. Matsutani Seisakusho, Kane Dalsimer Kane Sullivan & Kurucz, February 2, 1988: US04722384 (48 worldwide citation)

A method of and an apparatus for staking a proximal end of an operating needle, with one end of a suture being inserted into a bore in the proximal end of the needle, to attach the suture to the needle. A staking unit has a pair of staking disc at least one of which is movable relative to the other. ...


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Kanji Matsutani: Apparatus for attaching suture to surgical needle. Matsutani Seisakusho, Wegner & Bretschneider, January 24, 1989: US04799311 (36 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for attaching an end of a suture to an axially extending bore formed in a proximal end of a surgical needle. At least one of a pair of staking dies is movable toward and away from the other. A proximal end face of the surgical needle is engageable with a stopper surface of a guide unit ...


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Charles F Murphy, Jerome E Jackson, Danilo P Buan: Ink tray with dispersion channels. Pitney Bowes, October 15, 1991: US05056433 (19 worldwide citation)

An ink tray has been improved to include a plurality of channel ribs formed on the bottom surface. The rib ends are spaced apart from the ink tray side walls. An ink pad is supported in the ink tray above the channels such that ink directed through the channels is absorbed by the ink pad. Replenishi ...


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Preuss Friedrich: Rotary printing press impression cylinder having clamping and sheet gripping devices. Roland Offsetmaschinenfabrik Faber & Schleicher, Wolfe Hubbard Leydig Voit & Osann, December 16, 1975: US3926118 (18 worldwide citation)

A printing press of the lithographic type having a pair of blanket cylinders and a cooperating impression cylinder. At least one of the blanket cylinders has, adheringly mounted thereon, a perforation strip presenting a line of regularly spaced perforation projections extending to a constant shallow ...


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Thomas A Saksa: Measurement and marking device. Hewlett Packard Development Company, October 11, 2005: US06952880 (15 worldwide citation)

A measurement and marking device includes a housing, a positional sensing assembly mounted in the housing, a printhead assembly mounted in the housing, and a controller mounted in the housing and communicating with the positional sensing assembly and the printhead assembly. The positional sensing as ...


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Masayuki Takata: Connecting device between ink supply source and ink jet head. Brother Kogyo Kabushiki Kaisha, Oliff & Berridge, October 27, 1998: US05828395 (14 worldwide citation)

In a connecting device for connecting an ink supply source and an ink jet head, a connecting member 16 connected with an ink cartridge 7 is provided with a needle member 17, a first and second ink guide paths 19 and 20, which communicate with one another, a filter 21 is disposed at a slant with the ...


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Boyd Harry S: Perforating strip for printing presses. January 12, 1971: US3554070 (13 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to an improved perforating strip for printing presses. More particularly, the invention relates to a device for perforating paper as the paper passes over the impression cylinder of an offset or lithographic press, the device comprising an elongated thin metal strip having a b ...


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Charles J England, Brian A Bakewell: Electro-optical character generator for photocomposing apparatus. The Monotype Corporation, Morgan Finnegan Pine Foley & Lee, July 21, 1981: US04279483 (10 worldwide citation)

A character generator for use in photocomposing comprises a fibre optic faceplate (23) of which the front face is polished and bevelled at its leading and trailing edges. On the rear surface of the faceplate is a mask which has an array of apertures each aperture encompassing a multiplicity of the f ...


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