TOKUSEN KOGYO CO., LTD.
|TOKUSEN KOGYO CO., LTD. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20130324795||THREE-DIMENSIONAL RETRACTOR - A retractor including an excluding portion having an obtuse distal end, an introduction portion extending from the excluding portion, and a handle portion provided at a proximal end of the introduction portion. The excluding portion and the introduction portion each have an outer diameter that allows insertion into a treatment instrument channel of an endoscope. The excluding portion is configured by a movable wire and a plurality of fixed wires, the movable wire extends through the introduction portion, proximal ends of the fixed wires are fixed to a distal end of the introduction portion, and a distal end of the movable wire and distal ends of the fixed wires are joined to each other. A proximal end of the movable wire is pulled with the handle portion toward the handle portion so the excluding portion develops a cocoon shape. The retractor is useful in minimally-invasive surgery.||12-05-2013|
|20120280187||FINE METAL PARTICLE-CONTAINING COMPOSITION - A fine silver particle-containing composition includes a large number of fine silver particles||11-08-2012|
|20100236211||RUBBER-PRODUCT-REINFORCING STEEL CORD AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING THE SAME - A single-layered rubber-product-reinforcing steel cord with good rubber penetration properties, excellent fatigue resistance, and small low-load stretch is obtained. All of wires||09-23-2010|
|20090103207||ROTOR HUB, SPINDLE MOTOR AND HARD DISK DRIVE - In a method for manufacturing a rotor hub for use in a spindle motor, free-cutting stainless steel is used as a material of the rotor hub. A slug of free-cutting stainless steel is subjected to a plastic working to form a disk mounting portion and a cylindrical surface positioned radially inwardly of the disk mounting portion. Then, a cylindrical disk fitting surface is formed by machining substantially the entirety of the cylindrical surface. The rotor hub contains A-type inclusions appearing in a cross section taken along a center axis of the disk mounting portion. The A-type inclusions are oriented in directions different than the center axis.||04-23-2009|
Patent applications by TOKUSEN KOGYO CO., LTD.