Robert W. Wise has filed for patents to protect the following inventions. This listing includes patent applications that are pending as well as patents that have already been granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).
Abstract: This saw stand is a mobile unit, via a built-in hand truck design which enables the end user to transport common table saws and equipment to the location of the project being undertaken. The unit quickly folds out into a fully supporting work bench for actual use of the saw and/or equipment.
Abstract: An improved pry bar for cabinetry and mill work in the form of a finishing bar has a substantially constant taper from a first sharpened end to second, distal end. The second distal end also has a projection which is substantially normal to the main body of the finishing bar which, itself, consists of a substantially constant taper to a sharpened end point. The constant taper of the main body is in the form of a U-shaped channel terminating in the second end so as to define an aperture thereat. A carpenter or cabinet/mill work installer can place a finger within the aperture and into the channel to remove the finishing bar from underneath a cabinet, mill work or the like.
Abstract: A pinch clamp for clamping or drawing together building materials is disclosed having an elongated connecting bar having first and second ends, and first and second pyramidal prongs. Each prong has a triangular base, a distal tip, an inner flat tapered side and two outer sides defining a wedge shape, the base of the first prong connected at the base to the first end of the connecting bar the base of the second prong connected at the base to the second end of the connecting bar with the inner tapered sides facing each other.
Abstract: A tool cart designed and configured to receive a number of diverse accessories. The steel frame of the tool cart is fully machined and has a powder coating. Numerous pre-existing holes in the frame allow the consumer to select a wide number of accessories for the cart. This permits the consumer to adapt the cart to fit his specialized needs. The tool cart also includes a bolted on tool box for storing and securing tools and a power strip for providing electricity to the various accessories. Wing extensions increase the ease of use (eg. in cutting work pieces) and by securing the accessories in the cart or locking the tools in the tool box, the tool cart of the present invention will eliminate tool loss, wasted time and increase efficiency.