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Number: 221/80
Name: Article dispensing > Cellular magazine type > Conveyer type > With means to remove article from cells > Stationary ejector
Description: Devices in which the force applying means is substantially rigidly mounted on the support to be contacted by the articles in the cells as the cell structure advances.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6840377 Storage device provided with means to enable user thereof to fetch therefrom easily turning parts of hand tool Jan. 11, 2005
6749085 Product dispenser Jun. 15, 2004
6446832 Virtual multihopper card feeder Sep. 10, 2002
6082577 Cable tie dispensing apparatus Jul. 4, 2000
4862578 Tube magazine component feeder Sep. 5, 1989
3970217 Coin-operable packaged diaper dispensing machine Jul. 20, 1976











 
 
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