CH703485A1 - Writing instrument. - Google Patents

Writing instrument. Download PDF

Info

Publication number
CH703485A1
CH703485A1 CH13552010A CH13552010A CH703485A1 CH 703485 A1 CH703485 A1 CH 703485A1 CH 13552010 A CH13552010 A CH 13552010A CH 13552010 A CH13552010 A CH 13552010A CH 703485 A1 CH703485 A1 CH 703485A1
Authority
CH
Switzerland
Prior art keywords
writing
writing instrument
adhesive
sep
instrument
Prior art date
Application number
CH13552010A
Other languages
German (de)
Inventor
Karl-Heinz Bosch
Original Assignee
Karl-Heinz Bosch
Priority date (The priority date is an assumption and is not a legal conclusion. Google has not performed a legal analysis and makes no representation as to the accuracy of the date listed.)
Filing date
Publication date
Priority to DE102010036572 priority Critical
Priority to DE201010036953 priority patent/DE102010036953A1/en
Application filed by Karl-Heinz Bosch filed Critical Karl-Heinz Bosch
Publication of CH703485A1 publication Critical patent/CH703485A1/en

Links

Classifications

    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B43WRITING OR DRAWING IMPLEMENTS; BUREAU ACCESSORIES
    • B43KIMPLEMENTS FOR WRITING OR DRAWING
    • B43K25/00Attaching writing implements to wearing apparel or objects involving constructional changes of the implements

Abstract

The invention relates to writing instruments (1) having an adhesion region (9, 10) which is applied either directly to the writing instrument or on a support or on both sides. The adhesive area is designed so that the writing instrument can be loosened and fastened again. The writing instruments can be varied in shape and color and surface. In addition, the novel writing instruments are flexibly equipped. For this reason, flexible flexible materials such as paper, cardboard or plastic as a production material offer. This has the advantage that in magazines or newspapers glued pens mitgeknickt or can be bent with the respective substrate.

Description

The present invention relates to a writing instrument according to the preamble of claim 1.

State of the art

From the prior art a variety of different types and shapes of writing instruments are known and available on the market.

Thus, for example, from DE 20 113 646 U1 a magnetic pen with internal magnet known, which has the peculiarity, the first time in color and shape arbitrary, commercial pen by magnetism on metallic surfaces, in the vertical or overhead , Stop. In this case, the inside hidden magnet allows any design, as it is not (later) attached to the outside of the pen.

The disadvantage of this, however, is that a fixing of the magnetic ballpoint pen from the prior art only on metallic underground is possible.

Disclosure of the invention

The object of the invention is to provide a writing instrument which overcomes or at least alleviates the above-mentioned disadvantages of the prior art.

To achieve the object, the characterizing part of claim 1.

In a preferred embodiment, a writing instrument on an adhesive area. The writing instrument is preferably ballpoint pens, pencils, felt-tip pens, writing leads between two flat plastic or cardboard parts or fillers. The advantage here is that the structure of such writing instruments offers a surface that is suitable for an adhesive area. This guarantees the user the highest possible flexibility.

In a preferred embodiment, the adhesive area is flat, punctiform or strip-shaped mounted on the writing instrument. This has the advantage that the writing instrument can be detached from a substrate and stapled to another substrate.

Further, it is preferable to assume any material as a substrate. It is particularly advantageous if the substrate consists of paper, cardboard, cardboard, plastic, metal or glass fiber. Important in this context is also the fact that the adhesion area can interact with the ground, ie. H. the adhesive area can enter into a detachable connection with the ground. In this case, again, it is advantageous that the user achieves the greatest possible flexibility in the use of the writing instrument, in that the adhesive area can be applied in a detachable manner on different types of substrate.

In another preferred embodiment of an adhesive area for a writing instrument, the adhesive area either itself consists of an adhesive or is applied on both sides of a carrier. The adhesive may be commercial adhesive. The only property here is that the adhesive can be applied several times to a substrate and can be re-releasably connected to the substrate. The fact that the adhesive is to be applied to a carrier has the advantage that the carrier gives the adhesive a stability which in turn allows the user to easily remove the adhesive area from a substrate or from the writing instrument.

Next is to be covered by the scope of the present application that after the first time removing the writing instrument from a substrate of the adhesive area remains on the ground and the writing instrument can be placed again and again on the ground. The advantage here is that the writing instrument is not sticky in the hands of the user while writing.

Another embodiment is arranged in such a way that the adhesive area remains after the first removal of a substrate on the writing instrument. Here, the adhesive area is reusable, d. H. be re-connectable with another or the same underground. The advantage here is that the writing instrument can be stored again and again by the user even when the ground is changing, without the writing instrument is lost in this case.

Another preferred embodiment of an adhesion region is applied to a substrate. When removing the writing instrument from this substrate, the adhesive area should either remain adhesive on the writing instrument or sticky to the substrate. In addition, it should also be possible that after removing the writing instrument from the ground, neither the writing utensil nor the ground can be connected to each other again.

The writing instruments can be varied in shape and color and surface. The writing utensils may be transparent in order to read underlying information. In addition, the novel writing instruments are flexibly equipped. For this reason, flexible flexible materials such as paper, cardboard or plastic as a production material offer. This has the advantage that in magazines or newspapers glued pens mitgeknickt or can be bent with the respective substrate.

Brief description of the drawings

[0015] <Tb> FIG. FIG. 1 shows a writing instrument according to the invention in a perspective view from the side above; FIG. <Tb> FIG. 2 shows a further embodiment of a writing instrument according to the invention from a perspective side view obliquely from above; <Tb> FIG. 3 shows another embodiment of a writing instrument according to the invention with bendable wings; <Tb> FIG. 4 shows another embodiment of a writing instrument according to the invention; <Tb> FIG. Fig. 5 <sep> shows an enlarged view of part of Fig. 4; <Tb> FIG. Fig. 6 <sep> shows another embodiment of a writing instrument in initial position; <Tb> FIG. FIG. 7 shows the writing instrument of FIG. 6 in working position; FIG. <Tb> FIG. Fig. 8 shows another embodiment of a writing apparatus for unfolding in an initial position; <Tb> FIG. 9 <sep> shows the writing instrument of Fig. 8in working position; <Tb> FIG. Fig. 10 shows another embodiment of a writing implement according to the invention obliquely from above on the side; <Tb> FIG. 11 shows another embodiment of a writing instrument according to the invention; <Tb> FIG. 12 shows another embodiment of a heart-shaped writing instrument according to the invention; <Tb> FIG. Fig. 13 <sep> shows another embodiment of a writing instrument according to the invention, viewed obliquely from above; <Tb> FIG. FIG. 14 shows another embodiment of a writing implement according to the invention with several writing leads at rest; FIG. <Tb> FIG. 15 <sep> shows the writing instrument of Fig. 14 in the position of use; <Tb> FIG. 16 <sep> shows a side front view of a writing instrument according to the invention; <Tb> FIG. 17 <sep> shows another embodiment of a writing instrument according to the invention; <Tb> FIG. Fig. 18 shows a further embodiment of a writing instrument according to the invention; <Tb> FIG. 19 <sep> shows a further embodiment of a writing instrument according to the invention; <Tb> FIG. 20 <sep> shows a sectional side view of a writing instrument according to the invention; <Tb> FIG. 21 <sep> shows another embodiment of a writing instrument according to the invention in a sectional side view; <Tb> FIG. 22 <sep> shows another embodiment of a writing instrument according to the invention in a sectional side view; <Tb> FIG. FIG. 23 shows a further embodiment of a writing instrument according to the invention obliquely from above; FIG. <Tb> FIG. Fig. 24 shows an embodiment of a plurality of interconnected writing utensils according to the invention; <Tb> FIG. Figure 25 shows another embodiment of interconnected writing instruments.

In Fig. 1, an inventive writing instrument 1 is shown. The view is from diagonally above. There, a writing instrument 1 can be seen, which has a writing lead 2, a writing body 3, and an adhesive area 4.

In Fig. 2, the writing instrument 1 consists of the writing body 3, the writing lead 2 and a first wing 5 and a second wing 6, which are connected via respective folds 7 and 8 with the writing body 3. The wings 5, 6 each have on their underside an adhesive region 9 or an adhesive region 10. This Fig. Shows a writing implement in bendable design in flat condition. The wings 5 and 6 can be folded inwards at the respective fold 7 and 8, respectively. The respective fold ensures that the two wings 5, 6 can only be bent inward to such an extent that the respective surfaces of the fold touch 7 or 8. This ensures that forms a stable triangular tube. The attached at the bottom of respective adhesive area 9 and 10 is formed shorter than the writing instrument to facilitate detachment of the writing instrument from a sub-material, not shown. The pen is bevelled at the front to allow writing with the writing instrument held at an angle.

Fig. 3 shows another embodiment of a novel writing instrument according to Fig. 2. The difference in the writing instrument of Fig. 3 is the fact that below the writing body 3, a further adhesive region 11 is present. In addition, further wings 5a, 6a and corresponding adhesive regions 9a, 10a are shown.

4, another embodiment of a foldable writing instrument is shown. The foldable writing instrument comes in a so-called "preloaded" design from the production. This means in detail that the writing instrument 1 is designed in such a way that the respective wing 12 and 13 is shown slightly bent with the associated adhesive areas 14 and 15 in relation to the writing body 3. Therefore, a hypothetical cut front view results in a flattened semicircular area. When adhering to slightly thicker paper or another surface, the writing instrument is forced into a position that is not bent at all by the stability of the substrate or of the paper at the bottom. This can also be achieved by gluing a stable intermediate layer between paper or substrate and pen. If the pen is now detached from the paper or the liner, he bends back into its original flattened semicircle shape. By simply pressing on the side edges, the pen automatically bends into the desired writing form.

Fig. 5 shows an enlarged side view of Fig. 4. There is again clearly visible, as well as below the writing instrument 3, an adhesive region 16 is arranged. In addition, the flattened semicircle shape is shown.

Fig. 6 shows a schematic plan view obliquely from above on another embodiment of a writing instrument according to the invention. There, a writing body 3 is shown, which has a flat bottom 17 and a curved top 18. In addition, a wing 19 is shown, which has a connecting element 20. In addition, a wing 21 can be seen, wherein the wings 19 and 21, as shown in Fig. 7, can be bent towards the flat bottom 18 of the pen body 3. Consequently, the writing utensil shown here in Figs. 6 and 7 can be rolled up. It can be seen in flat form, when it is glued on and in rolled-up, ready-to-write form, when it is ready for use. A slight round «preload» before sticking makes it easy to roll up after peeling off. The connecting element 20 on one or both side parts prevents the pen when rolling and writing to roll up too thin. The connecting element 20 can also be provided with an adhesive area in order to grant a once made connection either detachably or non-detachably with each other. The difference between solvable or non-releasable is that a non-releasable connection can take place only under visible material influences.

In Fig. 8, another possible embodiment of an inventive example of a writing instrument is shown. There, the writing lead 2 is embedded in a folded tubular element. The writing instrument 1 consists for this purpose of two provided with a fold and interconnected half-portion regions 22, 23 composed, which can be separated in Fig. 8 by a dashed line. The dashed line should only be used to facilitate the delimitation of the first half-portion to the second half-portion and is not important in the actual design. In addition, each half-portion region 22, 23 has a fold 24, 25. The lower half portion also has two adhesive areas 26, 27. The writing instrument 1 also has a diameter h. This diameter can be increased as shown in Fig. 9 by the writing instrument 1 is buckled at the respective folds 25, 26 and at the junctions of the half-portion regions 23, 22.

In Fig. 9, this bent shape is particularly easy to recognize. There it is also shown how the diameter h increased. In principle, all kinds of "tube shapes" are conceivable here. The tubes are folded together when glued to nestle flat against the paper or other substrate. After peeling they get their tube-like shape and are therefore stable. The writing utensils can be produced as a tube to automatically spring back to their original shape after being detached.

Further, another embodiment of a writing instrument according to the invention is shown in FIG. 10. There, a recess 28 and a groove 29 can be seen, which are suitable to be clicked into each other. The recess 28 is located here on the underside of the writing instrument 1 and the groove 29 connects to a lower plate 30. This lower plate 30 has on the side facing away from the writing instrument 1 an adhesive region 31. Here, the writing instrument has a positive coupling, which is clicked into the lower plate 30. To release the writing instrument is clicked out of the lower plate 30 and can later, as often as you want, be clicked.

In Fig. 11, another embodiment of an inventive writing instrument is shown. The view is from diagonally down. The peculiarity here is that the thickening 32 for embedding the writing lead 2 projects lower than the adhesive areas 33, 34, 35 downwards. To stick to a paper or other substrate, a hole is punched in this area of the thickening in the paper. The advantage here is that the overall structure of paper and writing utensil will be thinner overall and thus less noticeable between pages of a book or magazine.

In Fig. 12, another embodiment of an inventive writing instrument 1 is shown. The writing body 3 here has the shape of a heart. This is to be used only as an example for the fact that every imaginable form for the form as a writing instrument is possible. On the underside of the writing instrument 1 there is also an adhesive area 36.

In Fig. 13, another embodiment of an inventive writing instrument is shown. This is a pencil lead 37 which is mounted in the writing body 38. In addition, an integrated eraser 39 is present in the writing body 38. On the underside of the pen body or the molded wings 40, 41 is an invisible adhesive area. The bottom of the writing instrument 1 can be seen through the fold 42.

In Fig. 14, another kinkable writing instrument 1 is shown. The peculiarity here is the fact that in the writing instrument 1 three different colored writing leads 43, 44, 45 are integrated. Below each writing lead 43, 44, 45 is in each case an adhesive region 46, 47, 48, which serves in the rest position for connection to a substrate.

In Fig. 15 the kinked variant of the writing instrument 1 according to Fig. 14 is shown. The user can decide on the basis of different colors of the respective writing leads 43, 44, 45, with which color he would like to write.

In Fig. 16, a possibility of designing an adhesive region 49 is shown. Here, an adhesive area 49 is shown below a writing instrument 1. When detaching the writing instrument 1 from a substrate, not shown, the adhesive portion 49 remains on the writing instrument 1. Thus, the writing instrument 1 can be later re-attached at the same or different location.

Also, the writing instrument 1 can be used, for example, to stick a paper to a refrigerator. Here, the writing utensil 1 is glued to the paper at one end and to the refrigerator at the other end.

In Fig. 17, another way of attaching an adhesive area 50, 51 is shown to a writing instrument 1. Here the gluing area consists of two layers. The lower adhesive area 51 is self-adhesive to the writing instrument 1 to stick to the ground. The adhesive area 50 is inserted between the adhesive area 51 and the writing instrument 1 and firmly connected to the writing instrument 1.

This can be done for example by an already hardened adhesive. Now, if the writing instrument 1 is released from a substrate, not shown, the writing instrument 1 separates from the adhesive area 50. The adhesive area 50 remains on the ground. Neither the writing instrument 1 nor the substrate sticks after the separation of the writing instrument 1. This is particularly suitable for magazines, because it is not desirable that the pages on which previously was the writing instrument, stick together later.

A further exemplary embodiment of various adhesive regions can be found in FIG. 18. There, the writing instrument 1 is shown with an adhesive region 52, a further adhesive region 53 and a third adhesive region 54. The lowermost adhesive area 54 is permanently adhesive in order to glue the writing utensil 1 to a substrate (not shown). Above this there is an intermediate layer in the form of the adhesive area 53, which may consist of a plastic film or a more stable, thin plate, for example, in order to keep biased writing utensils 1 flat without the substrate, if it is, for example, being thin paper, due to the prestressing the pins rolling up. The upper adhesive area 52 is a pressure-sensitive adhesive. When detaching the writing instrument 1, there are thus three possibilities. Either the adhesive area 52 sticks to the writing instrument 1, so that the writing instrument 1 can adhere to the same or other writing instruments again, or the writing instrument 1 and the adhesive area 52 remain on the adhesive area 53. This means that the writing instrument 1 is then not sticky is. The adhesive 54 remaining on the substrate can be used to glue the substrate together. This can be z. As the closure of paper bags on the tab, the device was attached, be beneficial. Finally, it is also possible for the adhesive region 52 to remain on the writing instrument 1 and for the adhesive region 54 to be separated from the adhesive region 53. Consequently, the writing instrument 1 and the adhesive area 54 would then still be adhesive.

In Fig. 19, another embodiment of an adhesive area is performed. There is a writing instrument 1 can be seen, which is connectable via two adhesive areas 55, 56 with a substrate, not shown. The adhesive areas 55, 56 are a sticky mass which, after detachment, can be rubbed off both from the writing instrument 1 and from the substrate and may lose their adhesiveness.

In Fig. 20, the possibility of a particular write mine 2 is shown. The writing mine 2 is here a short mine. Short in this context means between 5 mm and 5 cm. The advantage of a short mine is the fact that the writing instrument remains flexible and the writing lead 2 can not break. Especially when sticking the writing instrument 1 on paper, for example in magazines, this is desirable. In addition, an adhesive area 57 is indicated in FIG. 20 next to the writing instrument 1 and the writing lead 2.

In Fig. 21, an integrated ballpoint pen 58 is shown in addition to the writing lead 2 shown in Fig. 20 in the form of a pencil lead. This ballpoint pen refill 58 is also integrated in the writing instrument 1, which in turn has an adhesive area 59. The ballpoint pen refill should be kept as short as possible. Short in this context means 5 mm to 5 cm and ultimately depends on the overall size of the writing instrument. 1

In Fig. 22, in turn, a writing instrument 1 is shown, which has a writing lead 60. This writing lead 60 is connected via a capillary tube 61 with an ink tank, not shown.

In Fig. 23, another embodiment of a writing instrument 1 is shown. Here is the front part of the writing instrument 1 made of plastic embedded in the color particles. These color particles are shown as circular omissions. When writing, the plastic wears off and thus releases new color particles at the tip, which then cover the paper in different colors depending on the color particle color with different color.

FIGS. 24 and 25 show examples according to the invention of writing instruments 1 glued to one another or connected to one another. In Fig. 24, the writing utensils 1 may be offered in various pack variants. Here are several writing instruments 1 strung together and can be easily broken off each other before sticking. Each writing instrument 1 has its own adhesive areas, which are not shown separately in FIG. In Fig. 25, the writing utensils 1 are arranged side by side on a support 70, respectively. This carrier 70 also has openings 71, which are suitable for transport by means of commercially available transport wheels. The writing instruments 1 can be detached for gluing on a substrate, not shown, either manually or mechanically. Subsequently, they can be pasted into a magazine, for example, in order to be replaced and used by a potential user. Also, the spaces between the individual writing instruments can be lined with an intermediate layer which has approximately the height of the pins in order to improve the transport in automatic labeling machines.

LIST OF REFERENCE NUMBERS

[0041] <Tb> 1 <sep> Pens <Tb> 2 <sep> Writing Mine <Tb> 3 <sep> writing body <Tb> 4 <sep> adhesive area <Tb> 5 <sep> wings <Tb> 6 <sep> wings <Tb> 7 <sep> fold <Tb> 8 <sep> fold <Tb> 9 <sep> adhesive area <Tb> 10 <sep> adhesive area <Tb> 11 <sep> adhesive area <Tb> 12 <sep> wings <Tb> 13 <sep> wings <Tb> 14 <sep> adhesive area <Tb> 15 <sep> adhesive area <Tb> 16 <sep> adhesive area <Tb> 17 <sep> bottom <Tb> 18 <sep> top <Tb> 19 <sep> wings <Tb> 20 <sep> connecting element <Tb> 21 <sep> wings <tb> 22 <sep> Upper half part <tb> 23 <sep> Lower half part <Tb> 24 <sep> fold <Tb> 25 <sep> fold <Tb> 26 <sep> adhesive area <Tb> 27 <sep> adhesive area <Tb> 28 <sep> recess <Tb> 29 <sep> Nut <Tb> 30 <sep> lower plate <Tb> 31 <sep> adhesive area <Tb> 32 <sep> Thickening <Tb> 33 <sep> adhesive area <Tb> 34 <sep> adhesive area <Tb> 35 <sep> adhesive area <Tb> 36 <sep> adhesive area <Tb> 37 <sep> pencil lead <Tb> 38 <sep> writing body <Tb> 39 <sep> eraser <Tb> 40 <sep> wings <Tb> 41 <sep> wings <Tb> 42 <sep> fold <Tb> 43 <sep> Writing Mine <Tb> 44 <sep> Writing Mine <Tb> 45 <sep> Writing Mine <Tb> 46 <sep> adhesive area <Tb> 47 <sep> adhesive area <Tb> 48 <sep> adhesive area <Tb> 49 <sep> adhesive area <Tb> 50 <sep> adhesive area <Tb> 51 <sep> adhesive area <Tb> 52 <sep> adhesive area <Tb> 53 <sep> adhesive area <Tb> 54 <sep> adhesive area <Tb> 55 <sep> adhesive area <Tb> 56 <sep> adhesive area <Tb> 58 <sep> pen refill <Tb> 59 <sep> adhesive area <Tb> 60 <sep> Writing Mine <Tb> 70 <sep> carrier <Tb> 71 <sep> openings <Tb> i <sep> Height <Tb> h <sep> diameter

Claims (18)

1. adhesive writing instrument
2. writing instrument, characterized by an adhesive area.
3. Writing implement according to claim 1 or 2, characterized in that the writing instrument is bendable.
4. Writing implement according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the adhesive area is releasably connected to a substrate.
5. Writing implement according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the adhesive area is applied flat or punctiform.
6. Writing implement according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the adhesive region consists of an adhesive which is applied to the writing instrument.
7. Writing implement according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the adhesive region consists of a carrier, which is designed to be adhesive on both sides.
8. Writing implement according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the writing instrument a diameter (h) between 2 mm and 1 cm, preferably 5 mm to 0.5 cm is executed.
9. Writing implement according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the writing instrument comprises at least one first foldable wing, which is suitable to be bent at a designated fold.
10. Writing implement according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the writing instrument comprises a second wing.
11. Writing implement according to claim 10, characterized in that the first wing and the second wing are connectable via a connecting device.
12. Writing implement according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the writing instrument is tubular, suitable to be unfolded at at least four folds, so that the diameter of the tubular shape is increased.
13. Writing implement according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the writing instrument is releasably reconnectably connected to a connecting plate, wherein the connecting plate has an adhesive region.
14. Writing implement according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that a write-mine area has a lower height (i) than the rest of the writing instrument, wherein the adhesive area is mounted on the rest of the writing instrument.
15. Writing implement according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the writing instrument has the shape of a heart, a triangle, a quadrangle, a circle or another two- or three-dimensional shape.
16. Writing implement according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the writing instrument has a plurality of writing leads with different colors or a writing lead with different colors.
17. writing utensils block of at least two writing instruments according to one of claims 1 to 16, characterized in that the first writing instrument is connected to a second writing instrument below the first writing device lying releasably connected via the adhesive region, suitable for the writing instruments as needed from each other separate.
18. writing utensils block according to claim 17, characterized in that the first writing instrument with the second writing instrument is connected side by side releasably connected to each other.
CH13552010A 2010-07-22 2010-08-20 Writing instrument. CH703485A1 (en)

Priority Applications (2)

Application Number Priority Date Filing Date Title
DE102010036572 2010-07-22
DE201010036953 DE102010036953A1 (en) 2010-07-22 2010-08-11 writing implement

Applications Claiming Priority (1)

Application Number Priority Date Filing Date Title
PCT/EP2011/003634 WO2012022411A1 (en) 2010-07-22 2011-07-20 Writing implement

Publications (1)

Publication Number Publication Date
CH703485A1 true CH703485A1 (en) 2012-01-31

Family

ID=44645630

Family Applications (1)

Application Number Title Priority Date Filing Date
CH13552010A CH703485A1 (en) 2010-07-22 2010-08-20 Writing instrument.

Country Status (3)

Country Link
CH (1) CH703485A1 (en)
DE (1) DE102010036953A1 (en)
WO (1) WO2012022411A1 (en)

Cited By (2)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US9269136B2 (en) 2013-03-15 2016-02-23 Lockmasters Security Institute, Inc. Apparatus and methods for replicating a key from an image depicting the key
US9313383B2 (en) 2013-03-15 2016-04-12 Lockmasters Security Institute, Inc. System, device and method for capturing an image of multiple views of an object

Families Citing this family (3)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
WO2013152194A2 (en) * 2012-04-04 2013-10-10 Elmore James Michael Self-retaining writing instrument
US10040598B2 (en) 2013-08-21 2018-08-07 Bellfig Creative, LLC Foldable structures
US9944111B2 (en) 2014-09-29 2018-04-17 James Michael Elmore Method and apparatus for extending and retracting the writing element of a self-retaining writing instrument

Citations (8)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
FR971843A (en) * 1948-09-20 1951-01-22 Writing instrument
US4568213A (en) * 1983-03-14 1986-02-04 Michael Money Foldable pen with cap
US4732504A (en) * 1985-09-12 1988-03-22 Design Machine S.N.C. Di Adalberto Brunetti E Danilo Telli Flexible flat ballpoint pen
US6149330A (en) * 1999-03-30 2000-11-21 Pioneer Industrial Corporation Building blocks type writing instrument
US20020064412A1 (en) * 2000-11-15 2002-05-30 Piech Michael Matthew Miniature pen with holder that has an adhesive mounting strip
EP1216638A2 (en) * 2000-12-21 2002-06-26 Tesa AG Releasable device
CN101032906A (en) * 2007-04-04 2007-09-12 周敏 Pen with self-adhesive paper around the penholder
WO2010091833A1 (en) * 2009-02-11 2010-08-19 Karl-Heinz Bosch Method for the production of a paper pen/pencil

Family Cites Families (8)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
FR1034095A (en) * 1951-03-17 1953-07-17 A method of manufacture of pencils and crayons in accordance with those obtained according to this method
DE3639892A1 (en) * 1986-11-21 1988-06-01 Mohndruck Reinhard Mohn Ohg Writing instrument with a ball-point-pen refill or pencil lead
US5356136A (en) * 1993-04-23 1994-10-18 Nicholas W. Ippolito Autograph combination, removably-attached ball and pen
FR2755398B1 (en) * 1996-11-04 1999-01-29 Vives Rene Foldable writing device
US6048121A (en) * 1998-02-12 2000-04-11 Cliperase, L.L.C. Dry marker and eraser system
US5988918A (en) * 1998-04-24 1999-11-23 Johnson; Gary D. Flat folding writing instrument
DE20113646U1 (en) 2001-08-19 2001-12-20 Peters Svenja pen
US20090136283A1 (en) * 2007-11-28 2009-05-28 Jay Alexander Diamond Writing instrument for hand-held devices

Patent Citations (8)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
FR971843A (en) * 1948-09-20 1951-01-22 Writing instrument
US4568213A (en) * 1983-03-14 1986-02-04 Michael Money Foldable pen with cap
US4732504A (en) * 1985-09-12 1988-03-22 Design Machine S.N.C. Di Adalberto Brunetti E Danilo Telli Flexible flat ballpoint pen
US6149330A (en) * 1999-03-30 2000-11-21 Pioneer Industrial Corporation Building blocks type writing instrument
US20020064412A1 (en) * 2000-11-15 2002-05-30 Piech Michael Matthew Miniature pen with holder that has an adhesive mounting strip
EP1216638A2 (en) * 2000-12-21 2002-06-26 Tesa AG Releasable device
CN101032906A (en) * 2007-04-04 2007-09-12 周敏 Pen with self-adhesive paper around the penholder
WO2010091833A1 (en) * 2009-02-11 2010-08-19 Karl-Heinz Bosch Method for the production of a paper pen/pencil

Cited By (3)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US9269136B2 (en) 2013-03-15 2016-02-23 Lockmasters Security Institute, Inc. Apparatus and methods for replicating a key from an image depicting the key
US9313383B2 (en) 2013-03-15 2016-04-12 Lockmasters Security Institute, Inc. System, device and method for capturing an image of multiple views of an object
US10194063B2 (en) 2013-03-15 2019-01-29 Lockmasters Security Institute, Inc. System, device and method for capturing an image of multiple views of an object

Also Published As

Publication number Publication date
WO2012022411A1 (en) 2012-02-23
DE102010036953A1 (en) 2012-01-26

Similar Documents

Publication Publication Date Title
JP2607387B2 (en) Sheet and dispenser package
US1800459A (en) Package for patches
US7354273B2 (en) Dry erasable board
US5622761A (en) Double-sided releaseable adhesive tape or note
CN203723497U (en) Hair extension kit
US5366776A (en) Pad assembly
US7185785B2 (en) Tape sheet pads and dispenser and method of dispensing individual tape sheets from such pads
CN102448838B (en) Tissue dispenser and method for manufacturing the dispenser
USD562389S1 (en) Ballpoint pen
US4589685A (en) Changeable labelling system
US6526906B1 (en) Page marking device
EP2125545B1 (en) Drip catcher and method
US7992265B2 (en) Fastening apparatus using magnetism
US7004441B1 (en) Clippable plastic note
WO2006020317A3 (en) Twist up pen type dispenser with brush applicator
JPH09508220A (en) Synthetic stamps
US5398384A (en) Paper clip with writing surfaces
US7326453B2 (en) Article with selectively activated adhesive
US20070001069A1 (en) Greeting card holder
JP2012508905A (en) Adhesive label laminate and method for applying the laminate to a substrate
US7857127B2 (en) Integrated tabbed note and clip kit
US6067266A (en) Erasable board kit
USD626597S1 (en) Push button and clip for a writing instrument
DE60302668T2 (en) Vase
US7048126B2 (en) Desk pad organizer system

Legal Events

Date Code Title Description
PCAR Change of the address of the representative

Free format text: ARIE WUBBEN C/O ALTAMURA GMBH;BAHNHOFSTRASSE 31;8280 KREUZLINGEN (CH)

AZW Rejection (application)