Anton Kreidler

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Anton Kreidler was an airplane inventor in Stuttgart. We find him listed as running Kreidler's Metallwerk in Stuttgart, doing copper and brass work.[1] His invention (for which we have Austrian and French filings, but not a German—could have been filed and denied) is a whole airplane design, but mainly features a propulsion system using a tube through which air is forced by propellers.

Patents whose inventor or applicant is Anton Kreidler

References

  1. Uhland's Wochenschrift für Industrie und Technik. ... Jahrg.25:pt.1 (1911); index p. 7.


Names Anton Kreidler
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Countries DE
Locations Stuttgart
Occupations metalworker
Tech areas Airplane, Jet
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