Method of attaching draw ropes to fabric surfaces.
Relations between this patent and others, ultimately with a German parent patent, are yet to be specified.
- Applicant locations: 57 & 59, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, W.C. and 13, Temple Street, Birmingham and 25 Market Street, Manchester
- Applicant occupation: Consulting engineer; Patent agent
"(a communication from abroad by the firm Siemens Schuckertwerke, of No. 3, Askanischer Platz, Berlin, Germany)"
Points of interest: Applicant is (quite probably) not the inventor; "DANA" appeared mysteriously as applicant, rather than Siemens. Edward Charles Robert Marks is solely the individual patent agent, of the firm Marks & Clerk, located at 57 & 59, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, W.C. and 13, Temple Street, Birmingham and 25 Market Street, Manchester.
|Applicant person||Edward Charles Robert Marks|
|Applicant firm||Siemens-Schuckert Werke GmbH|
|Applicant is inventor?||No|
|Original title||Improvements in the Attachment of Draw Ropes to Fabric Surfaces|
|English title||Attachment of Draw Ropes to Fabric Surfaces|
|Tech fields||LTA, balloon, fabric, method, subsystem|
|Full specification filed date||1912/08/09|
|Supplementary to patent|
|Related to aircraft?||Yes|
|Patent agent||Marks & Clerk|
|National tech categories|
|Cites these patents|
|Citations from after 1930|
|INPADOC family ID||11125426|
|Number of text pages||2|
|Number of diagram pages||1|
|Number of figures||3|
|Number of claims||2|