Painter’s box

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The Daniel C. Helsel patent solves the following problem:

Over the years, there have been many proposals to provide a framework that combine support the canvas on an easel in a box that supports artists paint the painter, brush and other supplies. Such devices are generally combined, in a building, two boxes and canvas support, as shown in US Pat. No. 4,372,630. Along with a box easel by using strong-two box and easel in the box with the other leg support and substantially permanently attached to the easel. This kind of device is shown in US Pat. No. 1,212,188. A number of other proposals made to the removable involves palettes easels as shown in US Pat. No. 3,465,893 or D305,670, but there is no provision for the supply of artist or just to brush as US Pat. No. 289,700. Finally, palettes with easels as shown in US Pat. No. 5,655,651 or were cited in US Pat. No. 1,212,188.

Our analysis of this patent is as follows:

Daniel C. Helsel’s patent US 6206183 B1 deals with Painter’s box.
a box artists that including provisions for the supply of artists and supportable on an easel, the box including both a base and lid, the base including against the upper and lower part opposers connected to the side of the lower portion of a given act of interconnection with an easel, the lid including a woman in connection place for interlocking with a male connector mounted easel.

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Dielectric resonant apparatus

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The Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd. patent solves the following problem:

The present invention relates to a dielectric resonance device, and particularly to a dielectric sound equipment for use in microwave or millimeter wave range.

Our analysis of this patent is as follows:

Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd.’s patent US 6204739 B1 deals with Dielectric resonant apparatus.
Electrodes are formed on each of the two main surface of a dielectric sheet with each electrode having openings formed in an area corresponding to the location of the openings formed in the other electrode . The portion defined by the opening served as a dielectric intensified. Coupling lines are formed directly on the electrode openings. Transmission lines are formed on a circuit board. The coupling lines and the corresponding transmission lines connected to each other by wire bonding. This structure makes it possible to reduce the external Q of a resonant circuit using dielectric intensified. If an oscillator made use of this resonant circuit, it is possible to achieve a large frequency modulation and great output.

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Liquid level detecting device including a container having a first receptacle and a second receptacle

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The Frank E. Urias, , Robert E. Puckett, , Wendell Miller patent solves the following problem:

This is a continuation-in-part application of our prior applications, Ser. No. 08 / 696,508 and August 14, 1996, now abandoned, which is incorporated here by reference. This invention relates to a level detector. Especially, but not by limitation, this invention relates to a liquid level detector operating in a closed valve or alarm system when the liquid in a container reaches a predetermined .

Our analysis of this patent is as follows:

Frank E. Urias, , Robert E. Puckett, , Wendell Miller’s patent US 6202487 B1 deals with Liquid level detecting device including a container having a first receptacle and a second receptacle.
A device for marking a predetermined length on the fluid in a switch device is disclosed. The device includes a container having a first section, a second section, and a novel sealing assembly (operatively associated with the first and the second section) to bind the fluid inside the bottle . The device further includes a shaft and torque tube assembly (operatively associated with the first section) for measuring the fluid within the vessel, as well as valve covers (operatively associated with the fluid level means) adapted for controlling a source of supply. The device can be used as a high level switch or a low level switch, and adaptable for pneumatic or electrical systems.

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