Monday, March 14, 2016

INVENTORS ( writing stabilizer )

Inventor: Jack R. Lowery, Sr. has filed for patents to protect the following inventions. This listing includes patent applications that are pending as well as patents that have already been granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).


Adjustable anvil for ultrasonic material cutting and sealing apparatus
Patent number: 4542771
Abstract: An improved anvil construction, for use in an ultrasonic apparatus for edge cutting and sealing moving lengths of at least partially thermoplastic materials.

Apparatus and process for ultrasonically cutting off predetermined widths of selvages and sealing the cut edges of textile fabric
Patent number: 4496407
Abstract: Apparatus and process for ultrasonically cutting off undesirable selvage and sealing the longitudinal cut edges from both sides of continuous lengths of textile fabric having at least some thermoplastic yarns therein.

Mechanism for stacking and accumulating stacks of flat flexible articles
Patent number: 4399991
Abstract: A mechanism for stacking and accumulating a plurality of stacks of predetermined numbers of flat flexible articles, such as pillowcases and like products, sequentially received therein, such as from a machine fabricating such articles.

There is not more information about the biography of Jack R. Lowery, Sr.

I think that the inventions was important because in a time where travel was done primarily via train or horse-drawn carriage, a smooth ride was not something one could count on. Even minor outings could last some time, since available modes of transportation were not quite as swift as they are today. As a result, many people needed to get work done whilst commuting. This stabilizing device allowed for just that: it attached to a person’s seat and let them write without trouble in any moving vehicle.


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