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Number: 30/461
Name: Cutlery > Static pencil sharpener > Having conical or cylindrical work guide > Adjustable or resilient cutter structure
Description: Device including a cutter or cutter support which is shiftable or yieldable to accommodate various sizes of workpiece, or to permit variation in the nature of the cut.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7832108 Pencil sharpener cap Nov. 16, 2010
7310881 Pencil shaving device Dec. 25, 2007
7225547 Pencil sharpener Jun. 5, 2007
7036231 Sharpener for an oval pencil May. 2, 2006
6732437 Soft lead sharpener with pivotable profile knife May. 11, 2004
6574875 Pencil sharpener and method Jun. 10, 2003
6397480 Mechanism for sharpening a writing instrument Jun. 4, 2002
6279238 Carpenter's pencil sharpener Aug. 28, 2001
6092293 Pencil sharpener Jul. 25, 2000
5647138 Cap sharpener for clutch-type pencil Jul. 15, 1997
4755074 Pencil sharpener Jul. 5, 1988
4255828 Battery terminal post cleaning tool Mar. 17, 1981











 
 
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