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HCC Inc. | Date: 2016-08-30

A cam follower design wherein a cam track is provided proximate one or both ends of a harvester pick-up reel. Cam followers travel along the cam track as the pick-up reel rotates to move crop into the harvester. At least one roller of each cam follower engages and rolls along an interior edge surface of the cam track, and at least one other roller of each cam follower engages and rolls along an exterior edge surface of the cam track. The rollers are preferably engaged with a carrier member which is linked to a corresponding bat tube. Each cam follower preferably also includes at least one over center stop which is configured to maintain the intended radial position of the bat tube.


Patent
Hcc Inc. | Date: 2016-06-28

A tool or extractor which is lightweight and portable. The tool includes a plate which is mountable to a mini-skid steer loader. The tool includes a first jaw member which is fixed. The first jaw member is preferably welded or otherwise attached to or engaged with the plate. The tool also includes a second jaw member. The second jaw member is moveable, such as via a hydraulic cylinder, and is pivotably connected the plate. The hydraulic cylinder is also preferably pivotably connected to the plate, and is controlled in order to affect a grip on a thing to be extracted. The mini-skid steer loader is then operable to pull up on the thing, and extract the thing from the ground.


A non-split bearing design for use with a harvester pick-up reel. In one specific embodiment, the outer member directly engages the inner member. In another embodiment, the bearing is provided as being an interchangeable roller bearing, and in that case there is preferably an intermediate member which is disposed between the outer member and the inner member. Regardless, providing that the bearing is non-split provides that the design is simplified, as well as provides that the inner bore, i.e., the bore which engages the bat tube, can be more easily controlled, thereby reducing or even eliminating service requirements.


A tine for use with a harvester. The tine is preferably an injection molded polymer pickup reel tine, which uses a front-to-rear mold parting line direction. The tine preferably has a snap ring or strap portion which is configured to engage a bat tube, as well as a finger portion which is configured to engage the crop during harvesting. Preferably, the front-to-rear parting line is along both portions. The front-to-rear parting line allows for the ability to provide a deep front-to-rear cross section for rigidity at the high stress area of the tine. Two front-to-rear material saving features can be utilized to minimize material usage and allow for relative consistent wall thickness, which results in a rigid cross section that maintains deflection stability in the normal direction of deflection. The preferred form of the tine cross section includes three deep oval sections or projections, connected by two oval depressions, but other variations are entirely possible while still resulting in effectively the same benefits.


Patent
HCC Inc. | Date: 2015-11-03

A roller frame assembly for a pick-up reel of a harvester, where the roller frame assembly is adjustable in that its position can be easily adjusted relative to a position of a drive shaft of the pick-up reel, thereby effectively converting the pick-up reel from a flip reel to a non-flip reel, and vice versa.


Trademark
HCC Corporation | Date: 2012-10-30

Digital media, namely, pre-recorded DVDs, downloadable audio and video recordings, and CDs featuring and promoting hospital boardroom team leadership responsibilities and practices that can save lives and reduce preventable harm; Digital media, namely, pre-recorded video cassettes, digital video discs, digital versatile discs, downloadable audio and video recordings, DVDs, and high definition digital discs featuring hospital boardroom team leadership responsibilities and practices that can save lives and reduce preventable harm.


Trademark
HCC Corporation | Date: 2012-10-12

Computer application software for computers, mobile computing platforms and mobile phones, namely, software for use in helping families make the best choices for their care that addresses their unique circumstances. Educational services, namely, conducting live classes, workshops, webinars, educational movies, and patient education courses which are also taught on-line, or through distribution of CDs or DVDs in the field of family care value calculation and distribution of training material in connection therewith. Application service provider (ASP) featuring software for use in providing data that can help families make the best choices for their care that addresses their unique circumstances.


Trademark
HCC Inc. | Date: 2012-10-23

Agricultural tillage equipment, namely, power-operated tillers and harrows, power-operated aerators, manure applicators and incorporators, fertilizer spreaders and incorporators.


Trademark
HCC Corporation | Date: 2013-04-16

Digital media, namely, downloadable audiofiles, checklists, and electronic publications in the nature of informational articles featuring educational topics designed to teach children the basics of patient safety with age-specific reinforcement of the science and math content they are learning in school. Providing a website featuring resources, namely, a website featuring primarily non-downloadable software for use in supporting the teaching of children and the process of children mentoring children in the simple basics of patient safety and also featuring non-downloadable publications in the nature of educational articles and checklists in the field of patient safety for children; providing temporary use of non-downloadable computer software that may be used by mobile devices featuring educational materials designed to teach children the basics of patient safety with age-specific reinforcement of the science and math content they are learning in school.


A bat tube for use with a harvester pick-up reel. The bat tube is configured to resist torsional loads, without having to use fasteners that engage holes in the bat tube. Preferably, the external surface of the bat tube provides at least one key or keyway that engages a corresponding keyway or key in the band or strap portion of the tines. As such, once a tine is engaged with the bat tube, the tine is generally prevented from rotating about the bat tube. Additionally, by not using fasteners to engage holes in the bat tube, spacing between the tines can be varied. The bat tube allows for tine fastening and torsional resistance without drilling or punching holes, which allows for easily variable tine spacings. It also allows for improved crop gathering and crop entry characteristics over a typical round profile.

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