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Number: 175/281
Name: Boring or penetrating the earth > Cutter element laterally shiftable below ground (e.g., expansible) > With shifting mechanism spring biased to operative position > Cutter element substantially longitudinally movable on shaft
Description: Apparatus in which the laterally movable cutter element is carried on the bit head or shaft so that the cutter element is bodily movable generally longitudinally relative to the bit head or shaft to cause movement of the cutter element.










Sub-classes under this class:

Class Number Class Name Patents
175/282 Plural elements expanded into single socket 0
175/283 With forwardly extending noncutting portion 3


Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8281880 Expandable tool for an earth boring system Oct. 9, 2012
4842082 Variable outside diameter tool for use in pikewells Jun. 27, 1989











 
 
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