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Stuermer; Karl H.
New Richmond, OH
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
5407513 Apparatus and process for cyclically accelerating and decelerating a strip of material April 18, 1995
The present invention discloses a method and apparatus for cyclically accelerating the leading end of a slower moving first material web to match the faster speed of a continuous second material web. The apparatus is comprised of a set of upstream metering rolls which feed the first
4421222 Apparatus for arranging workpieces in a predictable relationship and grouping December 20, 1983
An apparatus for arranging randomly spaced and oriented workpieces, especially frozen hamburger patties, has a plurality of devices for unstacking or unshingling stacked or shingled workpieces. The apparatus includes a pair of downwardly converging surfaces obliquely oriented with re

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