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Tool related patents are entered at datamp.org (Directory of American Tool and Machinery Patents) by a handful of volunteers. Below are the five most recently added patents. There is information about joining in on the fun at the bottom of http://www.datamp.org/ This page is automatically refreshed every six hours. As mentioned on the Patent Searching page, one of easiest ways to find a tool patent is to look for it in datamp. With any luck someone will have already found the patent you are looking for and entered it at datamp.org.

 

 

 
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  • US Patent: 208,046
    Improvement in wire band cutters Patentee: William E. Snediker - Trenton NJ Granted:1878-09-17

    Submitted to mwtca.org as a What's It. The date on the tool was illegible but not close to being correct. It appears to be May 2, 1876
    This is one of 56,308 patents currently in the database at datamp.org

  • CA Patent: 150,778
    Wrench Patentee: Thomas Hinds - Winnipeg Manitoba Canada Granted:1913-09-30

    From the claims: "A wrench for varying sized pies presenting a fixed jaw presenting as common gripping point for the various sizes of pipes, and a co-acting pivotally mounted rotary jaw having portions of the margin therof cut away to present re-entrant curves of varying radii corresponding to the radii of the various pipes..." Corresponding U.S. patent 1,105,782 was granted August 4, 1914; a known example of the wrench is marked with British patent number 102960 of 1916.
    This is one of 56,308 patents currently in the database at datamp.org

  • CA Patent: 150,764
    Pipe Wrench Patentee: Horace Levaunt Dickson - San Leandro CA Granted:1913-09-30

    Canadian patent corresponding to U.S. patent number 1,055,724; some known examples of the DICKSON AUTOMATIC pipe wrench include the Sept. 30, 1913 patent date.
    This is one of 56,308 patents currently in the database at datamp.org

  • US Patent: 1,105,782
    Pipe Wrench Patentee: Thomas Hinds - Winnipeg Manitoba Canada Granted:1914-08-04

    Rotating "inner jaw" with curves matching standard pipe sizes; the placement of the curved faces is such that the toothed gripping surface on the fixed jaw will contact the pipe surface for all of those sizes, and the jaw will not "lock" on a pipe. A known example matching this design bears markings indicative of a corresponding British patent (number 102960 of 1916). Corresponding Canadian patent CA-150778 was granted Sept. 30, 1913.
    This is one of 56,308 patents currently in the database at datamp.org

  • CA Patent: 58,859
    Improvements in Wrenches Patentees: Henry Alexander Burton - Atlanta GA , Lucius Vastine Kennerly - Atlanta GA Granted:1898-02-01

    Reversible cam lever adjustable jaw with flat face for nut, and rounded toothed face for pipe. The fixed jaw includes a toothed concave section to grip pipe. The lever handle of the movable jaw has a screwdriver tip, the end of the handle is shown with a nail claw, and the head of the fixed jaw is shown with a hammer poll. Only the adjustable wrench features and screwdriver on the cam lever are described in the specifications and claims. The patentees' addresses were obtained from the Canadian Patent Office Record; the certification was made at the patent attorney's New York office.
    This is one of 56,308 patents currently in the database at datamp.org



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