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Mitchell E Lutz: Ultraviolet and or/ visible light curable inks with photoinitiators for game balls, golf balls and the like. Acushnet Company, June 19, 2001: US06248804 (94 worldwide citation)

Radiation curing of inks on game balls, golf balls and the like is disclosed. The radiation used is ultraviolet and/or visible light. Production inks, logo inks and methods for forming production prints and logos on golf balls, game balls and the like are disclosed. To ensure that the ink is suffici ...


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Douglas R Kralik: Inflatable padded game ball. Figgie International, Senniger Powers Leavitt and Roedel, April 28, 1987: US04660831 (81 worldwide citation)

An inflatable padded game ball, such as a football, having an outer carcass, a padding inside the carcass, a liner inside the padding and a bladder inside the liner. The liner is so dimensioned relative to the carcass that the liner establishes the final dimensions of the ball when the bladder is in ...


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Mervin E Posey: Novelty noisemaker and bank. D Paul Weaver, June 12, 1984: US04454204 (75 worldwide citation)

A combined bank for coins and noisemaker forms an attractive and durable hand-held device for displaying the name of a favorite athletic team or the like at indoor and outdoor events. Provision was made for advertising indicia on the device. The body portion can be shaped to resemble a football or o ...


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Mitchell E Lutz: Ultraviolet radiation curable inks for game balls, golf balls and the like. Acushnet Company, Pennie & Edmonds, August 8, 2000: US06099415 (74 worldwide citation)

Ultraviolet radiation curing of inks on game balls, golf balls and the like is disclosed. Production inks, logo inks and methods for forming production prints and logos on golf balls, game balls and the like are disclosed. To form an ultraviolet radiation curable water-insoluble production ink, at l ...


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Michael J Sullivan, Thomas Kennedy: Method of improving scuff and cut resistance of ionomer covered game ball. Lisco, April 6, 1999: US05891973 (70 worldwide citation)

Disclosed herein is a game ball and method for making the same. The game ball has an ionomeric cover which includes a combination of ionomeric crosslinks and covalent crosslinks. The game ball cover is superior in at least one of cut resistance and scuff resistance to a conventional cover that does ...


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Mark E Mitchell: Inflatable padded game ball. Figgie International, Senniger Powers Leavitt and Roedel, July 31, 1984: US04462590 (65 worldwide citation)

An inflatable padded game ball comprising an inner bladder assembly and an outer carcass enclosing the bladder assembly. The carcass comprises an outer cover of relatively tough durable material, padding on the inside of the cover, and a liner on the inside of the padding. The inner bladder assembly ...


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Era Yoshihiro: Game machine. Heiwa, May 14, 2002: JP2002-136694 (62 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a game machine stimulating the playing desire of a player and suitable for increasing a game property.SOLUTION: A passing detection switch 132 is installed at the shooting part of a guide rail 110, random number values are inputted from a random number counter at a d ...


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William A Clarke: Game ball with flexible plastic foam tail. Ralph Hammar, May 9, 1978: US04088319 (61 worldwide citation)

A ball with a tail of flexible plastic foam by which the ball may be thrown or caught. The tail trails the ball in flight and is of cross section great enough to prevent wrapping around or tangling with tree limbs, wires, etc., with which the tail may come in contact during flight.


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Donald E Williams: Game ball. Wilson Sporting Goods Co, June 23, 1992: US05123659 (59 worldwide citation)

A game ball is made by rotationally molding a hollow spherical shell from a blend of foamed ionomer resins (Surlyn 9450 and Surlyn 8528) and low density polyethylene resin. The center of the hollow spherical core may be filled with foamed polyurethane, and the spherical core may be covered by a leat ...


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Adachi Giichi, Ichikawa Atsushi: Game ball circulating device. Nippon Pachinko Buhin, January 5, 2006: JP2006-000312 (53 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a game ball circulating device that arouses a new interest by adding unexpectedness to the movement of a game ball and flowing down in circulating a ball receiving area and is useful for preventing a fraudulent act.SOLUTION: When an electric motor 41 is turned clockw ...