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Rotary shafts, gudgeons, housings, and flexible couplings for rotary shafts July category listing 07/09Below are recently published patent applications awaiting approval from the USPTO. Recent week's RSS XML file available below.
Listing for abstract view: USPTO application #, Title, Abstract excerpt,Patent Agent. Listing format for list view: USPTO National Class full category number, title of the patent application. 07/30/2009 > patent applications in patent subcategories. category listing
20090191974 - Flexible drive shaft: In a flexible drive shaft, guided rotatably in a curved, preferably bendable tube (1), with an end piece (2, 3) on the driving side and on the output side, the flexible shaft is formed by a plurality of segments (4) arranged between the two end pieces (2, 3) at a... Agent: Chapman And Cutler
20090191975 - Joint: The joint has spherical bodies (29a-29d), a circular cylindrical inner hub (20) in which hemispherical receiving sections (22a-22d) for receiving the spherical bodies (29a-29d) are formed in curved surfaces, and an outer hub (10) that has a receiving section (17) for receiving the inner hub (20) and also has longitudinal... Agent: Glenn Patent Group07/23/2009 > patent applications in patent subcategories. category listing
20090186706 - Constant velocity joint with torque overload protection: An exemplary constant velocity joint includes a first member and a second member rotatably engaging the first member. A clutch pack is disposed between and engages the first and second members. A fastener is used to attach the first member to the second member. The fastener is fixedly connected to... Agent: Gkn Driveline/ttg
20090186707 - Torsion-elastic shaft coupling: A shaft coupling has an input element adapted to be rotationally driven about an axis, an output element rotatable about the axis adjacent and limitedly relative to the input element, and an intermediate element rotatable about the axis adjacent and limitedly relative to both the input element and the output... Agent: K.f. Ross P.C.
20090186708 - Bearing assembly: The present invention provides a bearing cup assembly for a universal joint comprising a cylindrically elongated bearing cup, the bearing cup having a cylindrical sidewall, a closed bottom wall, and an open top. The bearing cup is positioned over, and rotates freely on, a cylindrically elongated trunnion which is associated... Agent: The Weintraub Group, P.L.C
20090186709 - Mechanism for transmitting power between shaft and hub: A shaft tooth section has a mountain section of a twisted shape crossing the axis of a shaft (mountain section of hub tooth section). The hub tooth section has the mountain section of a linear shape having a constant tooth thickness, and the inner diameter of the mountain section varies... Agent: Squire, Sanders & Dempsey L.L.P.07/16/2009 > patent applications in patent subcategories. category listing
20090181778 - Coupling for a propulsion system: The present invention relates to a coupling (1) for a ship propulsion system to be arranged between a first shaft section (3) and a second shaft section (5) of a propeller shaft, comprising a first radial surface (17) facing a second radial surface (19), said first and second radial surfaces... Agent: Harness, Dickey & Pierce, P.L.C
20090181779 - Tubular member having multiple sized splines: A driveshaft assembly includes a tubular slip member having a first spline member having a plurality of splines formed thereon having a first tolerance and a second spline member having a plurality of spline sections. The plurality of spline sections includes a plurality of splines formed thereon having a second... Agent: Macmillan, Sobanski & Todd, LLC07/09/2009 > patent applications in patent subcategories. category listing
20090176583 - One-way isolator for high torque devices: A one way isolator for high torque devices, such as alternator-starters, driven by a flexible drive means includes a hub and a sheave each of which includes at least one stop member. The hub and sheave are linked by a isolating spring and, via a bearing and/or bushing, can rotate... Agent: Magna International, Inc.
20090176584 - Universal cross joint with axial insulation: A universal joint comprises a first joint yoke having bearing bores at axially opposite yoke arms and being connected with the drive shaft, a first pin bearer being connected to the first joint yoke; a second joint yoke having bearing bores at axially opposite yoke arms and being connected with... Agent: O'brien Jones, PLLC (w/ Ford Motor Co.)
20090176586 - Torque transmission device useful as a fixed constant velocity ball joint constructed as an opposed track joint and method for producing such a joint: A torque transmitting device, such as a fixed constant velocity ball joint as a counter track joint and a method for producing such a joint, in which the curvatures of the bases of the joint tracks deviate in their axial course from the curvatures of the ball contact lines. The... Agent: Crowell & Moring LLP Intellectual Property Group
20090176585 - Torque transmission device useful as a fixed constant velocity ball joint for drive shafts and method for producing such a joint: A torque transmission device such as a fixed constant velocity ball joint constructed as an opposed track joint and a process for producing such a device, in which the curvatures bases of the tracks of the joint deviate in their axial course from the curvatures of the ball contact lines.... Agent: Crowell & Moring LLP Intellectual Property Group
20090176587 - Propshaft with constant velocity joint attachment: A propeller shaft assembly includes a substantially cylindrical hollow propeller shaft, a stub shaft and a constant velocity joint having inner race and an outer race drivingly interconnected by a plurality of balls. The stub shaft has a first end fixed to the propeller shaft and a second end drivingly... Agent: Harness, Dickey & Pierce, P.L.C07/02/2009 > patent applications in patent subcategories. category listing
20090170615 - Jack screw connector: A jack screw connector includes a first clevis including a pair of first clevis legs, an eye block including a first bore and a second bore such that the first and second bores are formed substantially perpendicular to each other, a first pin configured to be supported within the first... Agent: Brinks Hofer Gilson & Lione
20090170616 - Automatic transmission: An automatic transmission that includes an input shaft; an output shaft; and a speed change mechanism portion that shifts a rotation of the input shaft to be transmitted to the output shaft, wherein: the output shaft has a spline formed in a range in which the output shaft fits in... Agent: Oliff & Berridge, PLCPrevious industry: Amusement devices: games
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