Resources Contact Us Home
Browse by: INVENTOR PATENT HOLDER PATENT NUMBER DATE
 
 
Stapler with a staple-supporting device










Image Number 3 for United States Patent #7318545.

A stapler with a staple-supporting device has a base, a cover, a holding bracket and a pushing device. The base, the cover and the holding bracket are mounted pivotally together. The cover has a staple spade and the holding bracket has a corresponding staple outlet. The pushing device is mounted slidably in the holding device and has a pivoting staple-supporting device. A series of staple is mounted in the holding bracket, and the last staple is mounted on the staple-supporting device. When only one staple is left in the holding bracket, the staple-supporting device keeps the staple from falling out of the staple outlet.








 
 
  Recently Added Patents
Bessel beam plane illumination microscope
Process and apparatus for producing composite material that includes carbon nanotubes
Data processing method
Controller interface providing improved data reliability
Dual gate electronic memory cell and device with dual gate electronic memory cells
Device, system, and method for logging near field communications tag interactions
Support for a parameterized query/view in complex event processing
  Randomly Featured Patents
Surface acoustic wave filter duplexer comprising a multi-layer package and phase matching patterns
Method for making, parallel preprogramming or field programming of electronic matrix arrays
Method and apparatus for acidizing a subterranean well formation for improving hydrocarbon production
Universal chassis for CATV headends or telecommunications company central office for optical electronic equipment
System and method for determining birefringence of anterior segment of a patient's eye
Method of selective electroplating and products produced thereby
Composition for controlled and sustained transdermal administration
Balloon catheter and treatment apparatus
Head feeding device including a screw shaft provided with a pair of grooves with one groove being provided with a lubricant
Method for optimizing probe card analysis and scrub mark analysis data