Abstract: A simple adhesive tape cutter and marker of the present invention implements the marker on an adhesive tape roll, and is primarily configured to comprise the marker affixed to a side edge of a reel of the adhesive tape roll. Length of the marker is such to enable encircling any position around a largest periphery of the adhesive tape, and a cutting member is configured on the marker. The cutting portion of the marker is employed to cut the adhesive tape; moreover the marker can be placed below a cutting position of the adhesive tape, the adhesive tape covering the marker thereat. Thus, next time the adhesive tape is to be cut, the marker directly indicates a draw-end of the adhesive tape, and thereby realizes easy lifting up of the draw-end.
April 22, 2004
November 25, 2004
Yu-Gang Chen, Cheng-He Tsai, Chia-Fu Kung
Abstract: A post for separately supporting, separating and labeling a number of spools of thread, wire or fishing line, the post being formed of a resilient material such as rubber with a number of rings spaced at a distance from each other greater than the width of the spools. The spools having a central opening slightly greater than the diameter of the post but less than the outer diameter of the flexible spacer rings. The spools are separated rotationally from each other by the spacer rings. Alternatively, a groove is provided around the inside surface of the central spool openings for engaging each of the rings on the post. A disk is mounted on one end of the post and includes a number of notches for labeling and engaging the base end of the thread, wire or line from each spool. One notch includes a blade for cutting off the end of the thread, wire or line. A hole in the opposite end of the post is provided to secure the entire device to the fisherman's vest.