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Stein; Roger P.
Chelsea, MI
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
4932559 Dispenser for fungible goods June 12, 1990
A dispenser for fungible articles such as pharmaceutical tablets in which an elongated trough is vibrated at a downwardly oriented horizontal angle to dispense articles is single file alignment. An optical detector is mounted adjacent to the trough discharge end and is coupled to a count
4809880 Dispenser for fungible goods March 7, 1989
A parts dispenser apparatus for fungible parts such as seeds, powder, manufactured parts and the like. A feed hopper is positioned to feed parts to the area of a downwardly inclined trough which is pivoted at a fixed end and driven at the discharge end with a horizontal reciprocating

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