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== Homework 1: My Selected Patent ==
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Patent 4,538,509 <br>
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Automatic bread baking machine <br>
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Filing date: Jun 28, 1984 <br>
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Issue date: Sep 3, 1985 <br>
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This was the first patent for a bread maker issued in the United States.  This invention interests me because I enjoy baking and eating bread, and without this invention, home bread-baking would be much more tedious and difficult.  The patent claims a variety of things necessary for bread makers, such as a rotary dough kneader, a square-tubular baking pan, and a control panel.  However, the patent also claims some things that are no longer included in modern-day bread makers, like an ice cooled water tank.
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The patent may be found at Google Patents here: [http://www.google.com/patents?id=gYs1AAAAEBAJ&printsec=abstract&zoom=4&source=gbs_overview_r&cad=0#v=onepage&q&f=false]

Latest revision as of 12:13, 24 January 2011

Homework 1: My Selected Patent

Patent 4,538,509
Automatic bread baking machine
Filing date: Jun 28, 1984
Issue date: Sep 3, 1985

This was the first patent for a bread maker issued in the United States. This invention interests me because I enjoy baking and eating bread, and without this invention, home bread-baking would be much more tedious and difficult. The patent claims a variety of things necessary for bread makers, such as a rotary dough kneader, a square-tubular baking pan, and a control panel. However, the patent also claims some things that are no longer included in modern-day bread makers, like an ice cooled water tank.

The patent may be found at Google Patents here: [1]