US D237106 S
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United States Patent 237,106
Patented Oct. 7, 1975 VIBRATOR ASSEMBLY BASE Daniel J. Baljet, George A. Sodderland, and John D. H.
Hania, London, Ontario, Canada, assignors to Advanced Automated Equipment Ltd.
Filed June 9, 1972, Ser. No. 261,564
Claims priority, application Canada Jan. 4, 1972 Term of patent 14 years Int. Cl. DIS-99 US. Cl. DSS-l D Des. 237,106 Page 2 of4 FIGZ Des. 237,106 Page 3 of4 Des. 237,106 Page 4 of4 References Cited UNITED STATES PATENTS D. 205,416 8/1966 Gulotta D55-1 D D. 197,734 5/1964 Wehl D55-1 D 3,578,142 5/1971 Burgess, Jr. 198220 BC X OTHER REFERENCES Syntron Equipment Catalog No. 6312, recd December 1963, p. 46, vibratory parts feeder at top of page.
ALAN P. DOUGLAS, Primary Examiner