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Improvements in and relating to sewing machines. Arthur Lawson, April 10, 1940: GB519947-A (4 worldwide citation)

519,947. Sewing-machines. LAWSON, A. Oct. 7, 1938, No. 29055. [Class 112] The edges of carpets or other material are kept close to a guide 1 by means of a series of opposed grooved rollers 7, 8, operating on both sides of the material, mounted so as to rotate in planes slightly oblique to the direct ...


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Thompson William Phillips: Improvements in and relating to sewing machines.. Thompson William Phillips, June 5, 1919: GB127457-A (3 worldwide citation)

127,457. Thompson, W. P., (Union Special Machine Co). Aug. 9, 1918. Sewing-machines; chain-stitching and doubleloop - stitching. - Relates to looper - thread take-up devices of the type comprising a rotary cam 24 acting on the thread between guides 23 and co-operating with a take-up finger 26 and a ...


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Selby David Maurice: Improvements in and relating to sewing machines. Courtaulds, April 8, 1970: GB1187591-A (3 worldwide citation)

1,187,591. Sewing machines. COURTAULDS Ltd. 28 July, 1967 [29 July, 1966; 27 April, 1967], Nos. 34175/66 and 19474/67. Heading D1G A sewing machine comprises a toothed wheel co-axial with the needle and engageable with the correspondingly toothed or corrugated rim of a template, rotation of the whee ...


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Improvements in and relating to sewing machines.. Union Special Machine Co, July 2, 1969: GB1156851-A (3 worldwide citation)

1,156,851. Sewing machines. UNION SPECIAL MACHINE CO. 25 July, 1966 [26 July, 1965], No. 33314/66. Heading D1G. An arrangement for staffing the drive of a sewing machine with the needle in a preselected position comprises an electric motor 16 which drives a flywheel 24 through a shaft 28, journalled ...


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JOHNSON ALBERT HENRY: [en] Improvements in and relating to Sewing Machines.. JOHNSON ALBERT HENRY, August 29, 1912: GB191124452-A (3 worldwide citation)

[en] 24,452. Johnson, A. H. Nov. 3. Sewing-machines work guides.-A mechanism for adjusting the edge gauge of sewing-machines such as are used for boots and shoes comprises a block C attached to the arm A carrying the presser-foot B. A block D slides in the block C, being retained in a groove in the ...


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Improvements in and relating to sewing machines. David Natanael Bernerus, Erik Lennart Johansson, October 17, 1962: GB908215-A (2 worldwide citation)

908,215. Sewing-machines. BERNERUS, D. N., and JOHANSSON, E. L. May 23, 1961 [May 28, 1960; Dec. 3, 1960], No. 18666/61. Class 112. Mechanism for extracting and inserting thread spools, bobbin winding apparatus.-A sewing- machine has two or more rotary hooks which are each movable to a position for ...


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Improvements in and relating to sewing machines. Duerkoppwerke, March 18, 1953: GB688957-A (2 worldwide citation)

688,957. Sewing machines. D RKOPPWERKE AKT.-GES. June 20, 1951 [June 20, 1950], No. 14606/51. Class 112. [Also in Group XXVI] Feed, regulating and reversing.-Eccentric means adjustable during operation to vary the extent and direction of the feed movement comprises a cylinder 6, with a bore inclined ...


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Summerton Thomas Frederick, Edwards Richard Bernard: Improvements in and relating to sewing machines. Thomas Frederick Summerton, July 28, 1954: GB712486-A (2 worldwide citation)

712,486. Sewing-machines. SUMMERTON, T. F. July 14, 1952 '[April 13, 1951], No. 8718/51. Class 112 Grouped machines; frames; Lubricating. Two parallel rows of stitching are produced by two sewing-heads mounted so that at least one is adjustable towards and away from the other, both machines being dr ...


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Thompson William Phillips: Improvements in and relating to sewing machines.. Thompson William Phillips, July 24, 1919: GB129840-A (2 worldwide citation)

129,840. Thompson, W. P., (Union Special Machine Co.). Aug. 9, 1918 Sewing - machines; needle-shields.-Relates to a multiple needleguard comprising relatively adjustable sections so as to co-operate with needles of varying sizes, and is particularly applicable to a multiple-needle machine having a p ...


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Improvements in and relating to sewing machines. Taketomi B, May 23, 1979: GB2007731-A (2 worldwide citation)

A sewing machine formed of a bed 10, an arm frame 13 laterally disposed above the bed, and an upright support uprightly extended from the bed and supporting one end of the arm frame at an upper end thereof has an upper mechanism 24 of an ordinary sewing mechanism [is] disposed in the foremost end of ...