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Number: 300/20
Name: Brush, broom, and mop making > Handle setting
Description: Devices for setting handles in otherwise completed brushes, brooms or mops.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8376470 Method for manufacturing a toothbrush and a bristle head thereof, toothbrush obtained by said method and mould for such method Feb. 19, 2013
8374343 DES hardware throughput for short operations Feb. 12, 2013
6616366 Applicator brush for liquid or pasty means, especially for decorative cosmetics such as mascara and method for producing same Sep. 9, 2003
6461368 Vascular clamps and surgical retractors with directional filaments for tissue engagement Oct. 8, 2002
5983902 Method of manufacturing a cosmetic applicator Nov. 16, 1999
5769506 Method and device for manufacturing brush bodies Jun. 23, 1998
5636904 Brush construction Jun. 10, 1997
5626400 Toothbrushes May. 6, 1997
5217279 Method for a brush construction Jun. 8, 1993











 
 
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