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Titanium Wire Face Guard

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US Patent:
6421829, Jul 23, 2002
Filed:
Jul 23, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/911749
Inventors:
P. David Halstead - Knoxville TN
Garry W. McNabb - Cookeville TN
David E. Wright - Livingston TN
Assignee:
Mad Partners - Cookeville TN
International Classification:
A42B 320
US Classification:
2 9
Abstract:
A method of making a face mask including the steps of providing a plurality of lengths of Grade 2, commercially pure titanium wire, having a diameter of from about 0. 21 to about 0. 24 inches; forming each length at room temperature to a desired bend angle by bending the member at room temperature using rotary bending apparatus to a first bend angle that is from about 1. 25 to about 1. 35 times greater than the desired bend angle; and welding each of the thus formed lengths to at least one other of the lengths in an ambient, oxygen containing environment.

Method For Making Titanium Wire Face Guard

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US Patent:
6637091, Oct 28, 2003
Filed:
Feb 22, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/791145
Inventors:
P. David Halstead - Knoxville TN
Garry W. McNabb - Cookeville TN
David E. Wright - Livingston TN
Assignee:
Mad Partners - Cookeville TN
International Classification:
A42B 320
US Classification:
29428, 29460, 2 9, 72702, 219 93, 2281735
Abstract:
A method of making a face mask including the steps of providing a plurality of lengths of Grade 2, commercially pure titanium wire, having a diameter of from about 0. 21 to about 0. 24 inches; forming each length at room temperature to a desired bend angle by bending the member at room temperature using rotary bending apparatus to a first bend angle that is from about 1. 25 to about 1. 35 times greater than the desired bend angle; and welding each of the thus formed lengths to at least one other of the lengths in an ambient, oxygen containing environment.

Titanium Wire Face Guard

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US Patent:
6763524, Jul 20, 2004
Filed:
Sep 26, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/255300
Inventors:
P. David Halstead - Knoxville TN
Garry W. McNabb - Cookeville TN
David E. Wright - Livingston TN
Assignee:
Mad Partners - Cookeville TN
International Classification:
A42B 320
US Classification:
2 9, 29428
Abstract:
A method of making a face mask including the steps of providing a plurality of lengths of Grade 2, commercially pure titanium wire, having a diameter of from about 0. 21 to about 0. 24 inches; forming each length at room temperature to a desired bend angle by bending the member at room temperature using rotary bending apparatus to a first bend angle that is from about 1. 25 to about 1. 35 times greater than the desired bend angle; and welding each of the thus formed lengths to at least one other of the lengths in an ambient, oxygen containing environment.

Method For Making Titanium Wire Face Guard

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US Patent:
2004026, Dec 30, 2004
Filed:
Jun 21, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/872960
Inventors:
P. Halstead - Knoxville TN,
Garry McNabb - Cookeville TN,
David Wright - Livingston TN,
International Classification:
B23K001/00
US Classification:
228/101000
Abstract:
A method of making a face mask including the steps of providing a plurality of lengths of Grade 2, commercially pure titanium wire, having a diameter of from about 0.21 to about 0.24 inches; forming each length at room temperature to a desired bend angle by bending the member at room temperature using rotary bending apparatus to a first bend angle that is from about 1.25 to about 1.35 times greater than the desired bend angle; and welding each of the thus formed lengths to at least one other of the lengths in an ambient, oxygen containing environment.

Method For Making Titanium Wire Face Guard

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US Patent:
2006014, Jul 6, 2006
Filed:
Feb 9, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/350963
Inventors:
P. Halstead - Knoxville TN,
Garry McNabb - Cookeville TN,
David Wright - Livingston TN,
International Classification:
A41D 13/00
A42B 1/00
US Classification:
002009000
Abstract:
A method of making a face mask including the steps of providing a plurality of lengths of Grade 2, commercially pure titanium wire, having a diameter of from about 0.21 to about 0.24 inches; forming each length at room temperature to a desired bend angle by bending the member at room temperature using rotary bending apparatus to a first bend angle that is from about 1.25 to about 1.35 times greater than the desired bend angle; and welding each of the thus formed lengths to at least one other of the lengths in an ambient, oxygen containing environment.
Garry Mcnabb from Loudon, TN, age ~46 Get Report