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Number: 226/121
Name: Advancing material of indeterminate length > By intermittent (interrupted) material-mover > Stored material-movement-derived energy provides moving force
Description: Device wherein power absorbed from the movement of material itself is subsequently utilized in a later material-moving effort.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
5650028 Container label and system for applying same Jul. 22, 1997
4775088 Intermittent web feeding apparatus Oct. 4, 1988
4562947 Apparatus for treatment of continuous web material Jan. 7, 1986
4451834 Transfer type heat sensitive recording device May. 29, 1984
4431126 Spring actuated cam retractor Feb. 14, 1984
4235419 Storing device for a cable fixed on either of its ends Nov. 25, 1980
4175687 Uniform indexing of paper forms Nov. 27, 1979











 
 
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