Ball Burnishing Machine Tools, Ltd.
|Ball Burnishing Machine Tools, Ltd. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20130313278||Pad Dispensing Rubbing Tool - A rubbing pad-dispensing tool comprising a tubular body for holding by hand, the tubular body having an interior arranged for containing a stack of rubbing pads and a pad-dispensing orifice positioned on a first end thereof; the pad-dispensing orifice having an end cap closure therefor, and in which the exterior of the end cap closure is provided with a planar pad-carrying area arranged such that in use, the rubbing pads may be brought one at a time into carried contact therewith.||11-28-2013|
|20130144196||Friction Tool For Use In A Cosmetic Method - There is provided a friction tool for use in a cosmetic method for the treatment of mammalian skin. The tool comprises a body (||06-06-2013|
|20100242201||Friction Tool For Use In A Cosmetic Method - A friction tool for use in a cosmetic method for the treatment of mammalian skin, the tool comprising a body defining a support having a planar support face; a resiliently deformable friction pad provided to the support face, the friction pad defining a friction face, the friction pad further comprising a net-like layer provided at said friction face such as integrally thereto, and a cosmetic method which can be performed using the friction tool.||09-30-2010|
|20100176562||Mechanical Coupling Devices - It is already common in many devices like spanners or pipe wrenches for the pressure between the gripping faces and gripped faces to be related to the torsional load that is applied to turn the gripped object. In these apparatus the grip can be made to relax automatically as the load is removed. The invention relates to improvements in such devices, and to novel designs of mechanical coupling devices that utilise this basic idea. More specifically, the invention firstly proposes a method of improving the performance of an object-gripping tool of the cam-operated gripper-element type, in which method there is applied to the gripper surface a friction-enhancing chemical. And it secondly proposes object-coupling apparatus which includes a body-mounted object-gripper together with a gripper-moving cam device having a cam member that is forced to bear against both the gripper and the body so as to urge the gripper into gripping contact with the object, the resulting friction between the body, cam member and gripper being enhanced by a prior chemical treatment, and so being sufficient to prevent the cam member reversing and the gripper releasing the object so long as force is maintained.||07-15-2010|
|20100139077||Method of Forming A High Friction Joint - There is provided a method of forming a high friction joint between a first tubular metal body and a second tubular metal body, the method comprising: selecting a first tubular metal body having a first outer face at a first end portion thereof and selecting a second tubular body having a second inner face at a second end portion thereof, the first and second faces being capable of overlap to enable the first and second tmbs to fit together; treating the first outer face of the first tubular metal body and/or the second inner face of the second tubular metal body by introducing a friction enhancing agent to at least part of one or both thereof; inserting the first end portion of the first tubular metal body inside the second end portion of the second tubular metal body such as to form a low friction joint therebetween; and moving the first end portion of the first tubular body relative to the second end portion of the second tubular body to create rubbing at the first and second faces to activate the friction enhancing agent and to thereby form said high friction joint.||06-10-2010|
|20090236359||Pad Dispensing Rubbing Tool - There is provided a rubbing tool that stores and dispenses impregnated pads (||09-24-2009|
|20090198159||Friction Tool For Use In A Cosmetic Method - There is provided a friction tool for use in a cosmetic method for the treatment of mammalian skin. The tool comprises a body (||08-06-2009|
Patent applications by Ball Burnishing Machine Tools, Ltd.