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Dr Raj C Thiagarajan ATOA Scientific Technologies Dr Raj C Thiagarajan ATOA Scientific Technologies
Chinniah Thiagarajan, Frans Adriaansen, Bhawesh Kumar: Apparatus for connecting panels. Sabic Innovations Plastics IP, Cantor Colburn, December 13, 2011: US08074418 (16 worldwide citation)

Disclosed herein are connectors for panels. In one embodiment a panel connector comprises, a connector comprising a rib-hinging geometry, wherein the rib-hinging geometry comprises living hinges, and wherein the rib-hinging geometry is capable of expanding in area. In another embodiment, a panel ass ...


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Dr Raj C Thiagarajan ATOA Scientific Technologies Dr Raj C Thiagarajan ATOA Scientific Technologies
Chinniah Thiagarajan, Frans Adriaansen, Bhawesh Kumar: Apparatus for connecting panels. Sabic Innovative Plastics IP, Cantor Colburn, June 5, 2012: US08191329 (1 worldwide citation)

Disclosed herein are connectors for panels. In one embodiment a panel connector comprises, a connector comprising a rib-hinging geometry, wherein the rib-hinging geometry comprises living hinges, and wherein the rib-hinging geometry is capable of expanding in area. In another embodiment, a panel ass ...


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Carl McVey
Owen John Robert, Mcvey Carl: Improvements in or relating to a hook. R W O, January 27, 1988: GB2192926-A (4 worldwide citation)

A spring hook is provided which comprises a conventional steel hook 1 in combination with a synthetic spring member 2 which forms a gate across an opening leading into the load carrying part of the hook and functions to resist accidental load release. The arrangement disclosed provides the strength ...


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Erkin B. Nurgaliov
叶尔肯・拜山: 法兰连接用变向垫圈. 叶尔肯・拜山, 张岱, 北京中伟智信专利商标代理事务所, December 9, 2009: CN200910147708.9

本发明公开了一种法兰连接用变向垫圈,为解决现有技术中两个连接管道发生变向时成本较高的问题而发明。包括一个垫圈本体,其中,所述的垫圈本体两侧连接平面面的延长线相交形成一个夹角,所述的夹角小于90度。采用上述结构,通过具有夹角的法兰连接用变向垫圈连接两个管道,可以较为方便的改变管道的连接方向,其结构简单,制作成本低,宜于加工生产。


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Stephen J Failla, Carmen Gerrone: Shaped staples and slotted receivers (case VII). Ethicon, Robert L Minier, May 3, 1988: US04741336 (500 worldwide citation)

A surgical instrument for joining tissue by means of a two piece fastener. The fastener is a shaped staple having a general shape of an M, and a receiver for engaging with the legs of the staple. The staple has an M-shape with the outer legs portions being non-parallel or parallel. The legs of the s ...


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Robert J Cerwin, William P McVay: Plastic surgical staple. Ethicon, Robert L Minier, March 2, 1982: US04317451 (449 worldwide citation)

A one-piece, self-locking, molded plastic staple useful as a tissue fixation device in surgical procedures. The staple has opposed, pointed, L-shaped legs secured to a horizontal bridging member. Each leg has an extension which is engaged by a locking bar extending between the extensions when the st ...


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Bone Arnold R: Fastener attachment apparatus and method. Dennison Manufacturing Company, Dike Bronstein Roberts Cushman & Pfund, April 8, 1975: US3875648 (341 worldwide citation)

Fastener attachment apparatus and method for separating a fastener attachment device comprising two end bars and a filament coupled therebetween from stock comprising two undivided and continuous side members and a plurality of cross links coupled therebetween and dispensing the devices through one ...


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William D Richards: Adjustable surgical staple and method of using the same. Ophthalmic Ventures Partnership, Schiller Pandiscio & Kusmer, December 19, 1989: US04887601 (339 worldwide citation)

An adjustable surgical staple for use in joining together two pieces of human or animal tissue. The staple has a spine and two legs, with the spine being slotted along its length so as to divide the spine into two separate cross members. Bending the cross members towards or away from one another alt ...


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F Barry Bays, Arthur F Trott, Sam R Marchand: Repair tack for bodily tissue. Concept, Epstein Edell & Retzer, December 11, 1990: US04976715 (326 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for repairing in vivo torn cartilaginous or other bodily tissue, particularly torn meniscus tissue during arthroscopic surgery, employs a repair tack of biodegradable material chosen to have a degradation time in excess of the required healing time for the tissue. The repair tack has a ...



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