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161
US2004085766A1
Lighting source structure
Publication/Patent Number: US2004085766A1 Publication Date: 2004-05-06 Application Number: 10/405,737 Filing Date: 2003-04-02 Inventor: Chen, Tony K.t.   Chiu, Ming-chung   Assignee: Chen, Tony K.t.   Chiu, Ming-chung   IPC: F21V014/00 Abstract: A lighting source structure has a base having at least one electrode coupled to a power source and a plurality of light sources, with each light source electrically coupled to the electrode to produce light when stimulated. The plurality of light sources are arranged on the base in a manner such that the light produced from the plurality of light sources is projected to form a lighted area that has a central focus point which is separate from the locations of each of the plurality of light sources.
162
US2004108089A1
METHOD FOR PRODUCING A GOLF CLUB HEAD
Publication/Patent Number: US2004108089A1 Publication Date: 2004-06-10 Application Number: 10/309,094 Filing Date: 2002-12-04 Inventor: Cheng, Bernard   Chen, Hsiao-kun   Chen, Tony   Lin, May   Assignee: Cheng, Bernard   Chen, Hsiao-kun   Chen, Tony   Lin, May   IPC: B22C009/04 Abstract: A method for producing a golf club head consists of preparing at least two wax models for the golf club head; combining the at least two wax models; coating the combined wax models with a layer of sand mortar to form a sand mortar mold; removing the wax from the sand mortar mold; pouring molten liquid into the sand mortar mold; breaking the sand mortar mold to leave a metal golf club head. The metal golf club head is further cut off any surplus metal and polished to complete a one-piece metal golf club head.
163
US6739376B1
Method for producing a golf club head
Publication/Patent Number: US6739376B1 Publication Date: 2004-05-25 Application Number: 10/309,094 Filing Date: 2002-12-04 Inventor: Cheng, Bernard   Chen, Hsiao-kun   Chen, Tony   Lin, May   Assignee: Advanced International Multitech Co., Ltd.   IPC: B22C702 Abstract: A method for producing a golf club head includes preparing at least two wax models for the golf club head; combining the at least two wax models; coating the combined wax models with a layer of sand mortar to form a sand mortar mold; removing the wax from the sand mortar mold; pouring molten liquid into the sand mortar mold; breaking the sand mortar mold to leave a metal golf club head. The metal golf club head is further cut off any surplus metal and polished to complete a one-piece metal golf club head.
164
US2004128900A1
Connecting device for weapon accessory
Publication/Patent Number: US2004128900A1 Publication Date: 2004-07-08 Application Number: 10/336,328 Filing Date: 2003-01-03 Inventor: Chen, Tony K.t.   Chiu, Ming-chung   Liou, Wun-chun   Wu, Chao-hung   Assignee: Chen, Tony K.t.   Chiu, Ming-chung   Liou, Wun-chun   Wu, Chao-hung   IPC: F41C023/00 Abstract: A connecting device for a weapon accessory has a seat having a sliding rack that removably connects the longitudinal groove of a weapon, and one or more gripping blocks disposed adjacent corresponding side walls of the seat. The gripping block assumes a first position where the gripping block extends inwardly towards the sliding rack to engage a selected transverse groove of the weapon, and a second position where the gripping block extends outwardly away from the respective side wall of the seat to release the longitudinal groove of the weapon. The connecting device also includes a control mechanism operatively coupled to the gripping block. The control mechanism assumes a normal position with the control mechanism controlling the gripping block to maintain the gripping block in the first position, and actuation of the control mechanism causes the gripping block to assume the second position.
165
US6575284B2
Clutch of a beach buggy
Publication/Patent Number: US6575284B2 Publication Date: 2003-06-10 Application Number: 09/987,290 Filing Date: 2001-11-14 Inventor: Chen, Tony   Yu, Michael   Assignee: Aeon Motor Co., Ltd.   IPC: F16D4318 Abstract: The clutch of a beach buggy. The clutch is provided with a friction enduring resilient annular member closely positioned between an actuating member and the outer cover of the clutch. Thus, when the engine of a beach buggy is started, the actuating member will be driven to rotate and the outer cover will be activated to rotate slowly by the pressing frictional force produced by the resilient annular member and the actuating member. At the same, a shift gear connected to the outer cover will also rotate slowly, improving the engagement between one of the transmission gears and the shifting gear before accelerating and accordingly preventing a beach buggy from rushing abruptly.
166
US2003089574A1
CLUTCH OF A BEACH BUGGY
Publication/Patent Number: US2003089574A1 Publication Date: 2003-05-15 Application Number: 09/987,290 Filing Date: 2001-11-14 Inventor: Chen, Tony   Yu, Michael   Assignee: Aeon Motor Co., Ltd.   IPC: F16D043/18 Abstract: The clutch of a beach buggy is mainly provided with a friction enduring resilient annular member closely positioned between an actuating member and the outer cover of the clutch. Thus, when the engine of a beach buggy is started, the actuating member will be driven to rotate and the outer cover will be activated to rotate slowly by the pressing frictional force produced by the resilient annular member and the actuating member. At the same, a shift gear connected to the outer cover will also rotate slowly, capable to increase the probability and speed of engagement between one of the transmission gears and the shifting gear before accelerating and accordingly prevent a beach buggy from rushing abruptly.
167
US6553854B2
Mechanical speed measuring device for a beach buggy
Publication/Patent Number: US6553854B2 Publication Date: 2003-04-29 Application Number: 09/948,540 Filing Date: 2001-09-10 Inventor: Yu, Michael   Huang, Jeff   Fu, Judge   Chen, Tony   Assignee: Aeon Motor Co., Ltd.   IPC: F16H3700 Abstract: A speed measuring device for a beach buggy includes a chain wheel rotated by the engine of a buggy, a connecting tube firmly connected to the chain wheel, a bearing fitted in the connecting tube, a gear set, and a fixing unit combined together. The fixing plate, the gear set, the connecting tube and the bearing are assembled together with an elongate rod with thread formed in the lower end portion and then fixed with the chain wheel. Then a hole base is formed on a rear small diameter portion of the gear set for a cable to extend in to transmit speed of the rotating chain wheel to a speedometer for a user to know the speed of the beach buggy.
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US2003047000A1
Mechanical speed measuring device for a beach buggy
Publication/Patent Number: US2003047000A1 Publication Date: 2003-03-13 Application Number: 09/948,540 Filing Date: 2001-09-10 Inventor: Yu, Michael   Huang, Jeff   Fu, Judge   Chen, Tony   Assignee: Yu, Michael   Huang, Jeff   Fu, Judge   Chen, Tony   IPC: G01P015/00 Abstract: A speed measuring device for a beach buggy includes a chain wheel rotated by the engine of a buggy, a connecting tube firmly connected to the chain wheel, a bearing fitted in the connecting tube, a gear set, and a fixing unit combined together. The fixing plate, the gear set, the connecting tube and the bearing are assembled together with an elongate rod with thread formed in the lower end portion and then fixed with the chain wheel. Then a hole base is formed on a rear small diameter portion of the gear set for a cable to extend in to transmit speed of the rotating chain wheel to a speedometer for a user to know the speed of the beach buggy.
169
US6351483B1
Laser optical axis correcting method
Publication/Patent Number: US6351483B1 Publication Date: 2002-02-26 Application Number: 09/106,418 Filing Date: 1998-06-29 Inventor: Chen, Tony K. T.   Assignee: Quarton, Inc.   IPC: H01S308 Abstract: A method of correcting an optical axis of a laser projecting device is provided. According to this method, a cylindrical tubular member is provided, the tubular member made of a deformable material and having a base section, and a laser generation unit mounted inside the base section and adapted to project a laser beam along an optical axis. The tubular member is also provided with an extension section and a reduced-diameter circumferential groove between the base section and the extension section. Thereafter, the tubular member is rotated while projecting a laser beam from the tubular member towards a reference point in front of the tubular member that corresponds to a rotational axis of the tubular member. A spatial deviation between the optical axis and the reference point is detected, and the base section of the tubular member is deformed with respect to the extension section about the circumferential groove, and based on the spatial deviation, to cause the base section to be angularly displaced with respect to the tubular member until the optical axis and the rotational axis coincide.
170
TW472190B
Method for directly accessing mass storage under protection mode
Publication/Patent Number: TW472190B Publication Date: 2002-01-11 Application Number: 89118435 Filing Date: 2000-09-08 Inventor: Lin, Kuang-shin   Chen, Tony S   Zhang, Tung-ruei   Assignee: Inventec Corporation   IPC: G06F12/00 Abstract: Provided is a method for directly accessing mass storage under protection mode with dynamic virtual device driver; dynamic VxD. It is able to read the specified located data in the harddisk by sending the command of read-write harddisk to VxD and sending the location and numbers of areas that are to be read as parameters to VxD. Then it writes data into the specified area of the harddisk by sending write command to VxD and sending the location and numbers of areas that are to be written as parameters to VxD.
171
US6459017B1
Iris transformation method
Publication/Patent Number: US6459017B1 Publication Date: 2002-10-01 Application Number: 09/607,102 Filing Date: 2000-06-29 Inventor: Jeknic, Zoran   Ernst, Richard C.   Chen, Tony H. H.   Assignee: Jeknic, Zoran   Ernst, Richard C.   Chen, Tony H. H.   IPC: A01H400 Abstract: Methods of transformation and regeneration of Iris germanica cell suspensions are disclosed. Also disclosed are transgenic Iris germanica cells and plants made by the disclosed methods.
172
US6264539B1
Mechanism for slowing down idling shoe of an electric polisher
Publication/Patent Number: US6264539B1 Publication Date: 2001-07-24 Application Number: 09/481,384 Filing Date: 2000-01-12 Inventor: Chen, Tony   Assignee: Chen, Tony   IPC: B24B2300 Abstract: A mechanism for slowing down idling shoe of an electric polisher is provided. The mechanism includes an actuating spindle that downward extends through a protective cover connected to a bottom of a housing of the polisher and has a lower end forming an eccentric shaft, a fixing seat that is mounted around the eccentric shaft of the actuating spindle and has a ball bearing fitted therein, a brake ring that has an elastic inner ring tightly fitted around a lower outer periphery of the fixing seat and an outer ring engaged with an underside of the protective cover, a shoe that is screwed to a bottom of the fixing seat for holding a polishing element to a bottom surface of the shoe. When the shoe is idling, the eccentric shaft of the actuating spindle brings the fixing seat to rotate synchronously in eccentric motion to increase a frictional force between the fixing seat and the brake ring, so that the idling shoe is brought to rotate at low speed and vibrate at high frequency.
173
USD436607S1
Cutter suitable for cutting metal
Publication/Patent Number: USD436607S1 Publication Date: 2001-01-23 Application Number: 29/116,620 Filing Date: 2000-01-07 Inventor: Chen, Tony   Assignee: Chen, Tony   IPC:
174
US6276926B1
Injector for water free of external torch
Publication/Patent Number: US6276926B1 Publication Date: 2001-08-21 Application Number: 09/686,248 Filing Date: 2000-10-11 Inventor: Chen, Tony   Huang, I-ho   Assignee: United Microelectronics Corp.   IPC: F23D1446 Abstract: An injector for water free of external torch external torch gas injector comprising an outer tube, a first inner tube and a second inner tube. The outer tube has a side tube and a plurality of outer tube emission holes. The outer wall of the outer tube joins with a ball-and-socket joint. The plurality of outer tube emission holes is at the front end of the outer tube. The outer tube encloses the first inner tube. The first inner tube has a side tube and an inner tube emission hole. The inner tube emission hole is also at the front end of the outer tube. The outer tube also encloses the second inner tube. The second inner tube has an inner tube inlet and an inner tube emission hole. The second inner tube inlet is at the back end of the outer tube. The second inner tube emission hole is on the wall of the outer tube, near the largest cross-section of the ball-and-socket joint. In an alternative design, a second outer tube emission hole is formed on the wall of the outer tube, near the largest cross-section of the ball-and-socket joint, in place of the second inner tube.
175
TW439032B
An email processing system for preventing email viruses
Publication/Patent Number: TW439032B Publication Date: 2001-06-07 Application Number: 88109598 Filing Date: 1999-06-09 Inventor: Li, Peng   Lin, Kuang-shin   Chen, Tony S   Assignee: Inventec Corporation   IPC: G06F13/00 Abstract: This invention provides an email processing system for preventing email viruses to process emails in a computer. The computer includes a memory and a processing unit. There are a plurality of email files stored in this memory and an operating system to control operation of this computer. The operating system includes a registry to record and manage related data of every file in this memory. The registry includes a active program code Run* storing program names needed to be activated automatically by this operation system. The email processing system is stored in this memory including an email processing program to process a plurality of email files and a registry monitoring program to detect the changes of this registry caused by virus programs within an email. When a user opens an email using the email processing program
176
TW463116B
Method for testing graphic card acceleration engine in DOS
Publication/Patent Number: TW463116B Publication Date: 2001-11-11 Application Number: 89112605 Filing Date: 2000-06-27 Inventor: Lin, Kuang-shin   Chen, Tony S   Yuan, Bin   Assignee: Inventec Corporation   IPC: G06F19/00 Abstract: A method for testing a graphic card acceleration engine in DOS comprises: setting a computer system into a 32-bit full address mode in DOS without entering a protection mode; mapping a RAM inside the graphic acceleration card to a specified position in the 0 to 4G space of the system RAM; preparing a testing method comprising test contents that include a bit block transport
177
TW459176B
An expandable automatic testing platform
Publication/Patent Number: TW459176B Publication Date: 2001-10-11 Application Number: 88120510 Filing Date: 1999-11-24 Inventor: Li, Peng   Lin, Kuang-shin   Chen, Tony S   Assignee: Inventec Corporation   IPC: G06F11/08 Abstract: It is an expandable automatic testing platform which takes the interactive document (IAD) as the kernel to pass the coordination of the control platform and testing module to enable the platform and testing item to pass the reading of the interactive document to synchronously complete the automatic testing by identifying various share resources by the resource table (RT). It takes the IAD for the logic module to identify the standard that processes and transmits the data in the whole testing system
178
TW464819B
Method for implementing the dialog box with dynamic hypertext markup language
Publication/Patent Number: TW464819B Publication Date: 2001-11-21 Application Number: 89113204 Filing Date: 2000-07-04 Inventor: Li, Peng   Lin, Kuang-shin   Chen, Tony S   Assignee: Inventec Corporation   IPC: G06F19/00 Abstract: Provided is a method for implementing the dialog box with dynamic hypertext markup language including a drag control module
179
TW440774B
A method for expanding multinational characters display
Publication/Patent Number: TW440774B Publication Date: 2001-06-16 Application Number: 87121165 Filing Date: 1998-12-18 Inventor: Li, Jian   Lin, Kuang-shin   Chen, Tony S   Assignee: Inventec Corporation   IPC: G06F17/30 Abstract: It is a method for expanding multinational characters display which especially means a method able to display multinational characters in the OS platform of singular language. The character display processing technology mentioned in this invention is about getting characters corresponding to the index sequence document in the specific character database through languages selected by users of the public interface to display the characters of related languages in the document
180
TW454093B
Test device and method for WAIT signal line in communication interface card socket
Publication/Patent Number: TW454093B Publication Date: 2001-09-11 Application Number: 88120830 Filing Date: 1999-11-30 Inventor: Lin, Kuang-shin   Chen, Tony S   Ren, Shiue-ning   Assignee: Inventec Corporation   IPC: G01R31/00 Abstract: The invention relates to a test device and method for WAIT signal line on communication interface card socket used to test if the WAIT signal line in communication interface socket
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