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Gerhard Fildan: Strap fastener. Karl F Ross, Herbert Dubno, December 15, 1987: US04712280 (91 worldwide citation)

A separable connector for strap ends has a tapered tongue guided in a socket member between guide ribs so that passages are formed outwardly of these ribs for deflectable tongues which lodge in slits of the socket member. The plug member of the connector or, more generally, a buckle for a strap end, ...


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Damon R Ground: Attaching assembly. Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, Donald M Sell, James A Smith, William L Huebsch, November 17, 1987: US04706914 (75 worldwide citation)

An attachment assembly for releasably attaching an object such as a wire bundle to a surface such as on the firewall of an automobile. The assembly comprises a flexible polymeric strap, fastener portions adapted for releasable engagement attached at the ends of the strap which can secure the strap a ...


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William S Bolt, Kenneth W Wood: Suspendable hanger framework assembly. Lester N Arnold, July 9, 1985: US04527694 (62 worldwide citation)

A novel hanger framework assembly comprises an inserted assembly to be placed within the interior confines of industry-known tote boxes as commonly used for the handling, carrying, storing and shipping of electrostatic charge sensitive electronic circuits, PC boards and components, which framework a ...


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H Calvin Goss: Document holder assembly. Thomas H Murray, Clifford A Poff, January 6, 1981: US04243249 (53 worldwide citation)

A document holder and position locator assembly is provided for use by a pilot or navigator to maintain a log and for access to flight or ground data. The assembly includes a releasable strap fastener to attach the concave surface of a support base onto the top thigh portion of a pilot or navigator ...


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Philip L Downey: Helmut strap fastener. Charles H Thomas, December 24, 1985: US04559679 (44 worldwide citation)

A strap fastener for a motorcycle helmet is constructed of a unitary jacket that defines a hollow shell and latch tripping lever arms. A latching fork has a pair of resilient, generally parallel legs and can be slipped through a fabric loop which is attached to one side of the helmet. A fabric strap ...


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Anthony Calabrese: Emergency medical cervical collar. Charles Greiner and Company, Panitch Schwarze Jacobs and Nadel, December 12, 1989: US04886052 (39 worldwide citation)

The present invention is an emergency medical cervical collar suitable for land or water rescue operations. The collar more completely immobilizes the cervical portion of the victim's spine, and can be rapidly placed on the victim with minimal disturbance to the cervical portion of the spine. The co ...


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Kazumi Kasai: Adjustable strap fastener. Nippon Notion Kogyo, Hill Van Santen Steadman & Simpson, January 20, 1987: US04637099 (31 worldwide citation)

A molded strap fastener of a generally rectangular shape includes a first cross bar for retaining therearound a looped end portion of a strap, a retainer portion disposed laterally adjacent to the cross bar and frictionally engageable with the strap end portion, and a second cross bar fixedly connec ...


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Pamela A Ezell: Infant cranial support system. Cahill Sutton & Thomas, July 31, 2001: US06266832 (30 worldwide citation)

An infant cranial support system particularly adapted to cushion and support the head of an infant carried in an infant restraining car seat. A first toroidal cushion is configured and sized to receive the posterior region of the infant's skull and is provided with a relieved region next to the ...


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Martin P Step: Multi-purpose strap fastener. GMA Cover, McDermott Will & Emery, June 29, 1999: US05915630 (29 worldwide citation)

A mechanism for connecting a strap to a fabric includes first and second elements to be disposed cooperatively on opposite sides of the fabric and then securely coupled to each other with the fabric forcibly sandwiched therebetween. At least one of the two elements is provided with a non-bindingly h ...


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Gerhard Fildan: Strap fastener. Herbert Dubno, December 20, 1988: US04791709 (25 worldwide citation)

A buckle for a strap comprises a rectangular body formed with a window defined by a planar rectangular frame with a fixed bar at an edge of the body, and a pair of guide walls extending generally perpendicularly to the fixed bar, and a movable bar in the window parallel to the fixed bar and defining ...



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