Raymond Saulnier

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Patent FR-1910-412049 Diagram Page
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Raymond Saulnier was an aero inventor, born 27 September 1881 in Paris and deceased 4 March 1964 in Chécy, France, co-founder of Aéroplanes Morane-Saulnier, along with Léon Morane and Robert Morane. He had collaborated earlier with Louis Blériot. Based on the flow of integrated patent data, it may be that collaboration particularly with Léon Morane and Gabriel Borel was key to several later corporate developments.[1]

Patents whose inventor or applicant is Raymond Saulnier

  • Patent FR-1910-412049 (English title: Airplane wing control, Filing date: 1910-01-29)
  • Patent FR-1910-412077 (English title: Mechanisms connected to airplane steering, Filing date: 1910-01-31)
  • Patent FR-1910-412820 (English title: Apparatus for assuring wire tension as applicable to airplane fuselage, Filing date: 1910-02-01)
  • Patent FR-1911-427611 (English title: Apparatus of support wire attachment particularly applicable to airplane fuselage, Filing date: 1911-03-21)
  • Patent FR-1911-427651 (English title: Improvement to airplane landing chassis, Filing date: 1911-03-22)
  • Patent FR-1911-427652 (English title: Manner on integrated airplane construction, Filing date: 1911-03-22)
  • Patent FR-1911-427653 (English title: Improvements to airplane wings, Filing date: 1911-03-22)
  • Patent FR-1911-429964 (English title: Airplane stabilizer, Filing date: 1911-05-19)
  • Patent FR-1911-430152 (English title: Airplane fuselage, Filing date: 1911-05-26)


Raymond Saulnier on English Wikipedia, Raymond Saulnier on French Wikipedia

Names Raymond Victor Gabriel Jules Saulnier
Birth date 27 September 1881
Death date 4 March 1964
Countries FR
Locations département Seine, France
Tech areas Airplane, Navigation, Steering, Wings, Wing warping, Cables, Fuselage, Stability, Chassis, Wheels, Construction, Design
Affiliations Léon Morane, Robert Morane, Louis Blériot, Aéroplanes Morane-Saulnier
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