EASTLAND MEDICAL SYSTEMS LTD.
|EASTLAND MEDICAL SYSTEMS LTD. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20100051305||Drive - A drive enabling relative movement between two members, said one member being supported from the other member for relative movement parallel to a first axis or concentrically about said first axis, a drive member received between the members and being capable of movement relative to said members along a second axis which is transverse to the path of said relative movement between the members, the drive member being movable with the one member along the path of said relative movement, the drive member cooperating with the other member whereby with movement of the drive member along the second axis the members are subjected to said relative movement.||03-04-2010|
|20100049142||ATTACHMENT FOR A PARENTERAL DEVICE - An attachment for a parenteral device wherein the parenteral device comprises a body defining space and a duct having an opening at its outer end, the duct in use is intended to convey parenteral fluid to or from the space, said attachment comprising a housing adapted to be removably engageable with the body and to be supported by the body, the housing having an engagement portion (||02-25-2010|
|20090295056||JIG - A jig intended to in use hold a set of blanks (||12-03-2009|
|20090230635||LOCATING MEANS - A locating means (||09-17-2009|
|20090216363||Work head - A work head adapted to support at least one elongate work piece, said work head having a first drive shaft capable of rotation about a central axis, said work pieces being supported from the work head at a position spaced radially from the central axis such that the axis of each work piece is in the same plane as the central axis, the work pieces supported from the work head to be capable of rotation about their central axes, the drive shaft adapted to be caused to rotate by a first drive, the work pieces adapted to be caused to rotate by a second drive.||08-27-2009|
|20090053979||Jig - A jig intended in use to hold a set of blanks of rod-like or wire-like form during machining, said jig having a body adapted to be mounted to a drive shaft for rotation of the body about an axis of rotation, the body having an outer portion and an inner portion wherein the inner and outer portions are capable of angular displacement relative to each other, the portions having opposed faces which are concentric and which define clamping faces which in use are intended to support the set of blanks such that their central axes are substantially parallel to the axis of rotation and at least one end extends axially beyond the body.||02-26-2009|
Patent applications by EASTLAND MEDICAL SYSTEMS LTD.