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Number: 225/33
Name: Severing by tearing or breaking > Severing by manually forcing against fixed edge > Separate blades usable alternatively or sequentially on same work supply
Description: Devices including two or more distinct and spaced severing edges combined with one work supply and capable of use one after the other or independently of one another.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7121312 Glue tape cutter Oct. 17, 2006
7069971 Adhesive tape dispenser Jul. 4, 2006
6783042 Pocket tape dispenser Aug. 31, 2004
5445703 Masking tool Aug. 29, 1995
5269871 Tape applying device Dec. 14, 1993
4884734 Tape dispenser Dec. 5, 1989
4824517 Multipurpose dispenser Apr. 25, 1989
4772355 Multipurpose dispenser Sep. 20, 1988
4447281 Dispenser for applying adhesive tape May. 8, 1984
4130229 Tape dispenser Dec. 19, 1978











 
 
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