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Syncmold Enterprise

syncmold.com.tw

Stage

IPO | IPO

Date of IPO

12/17/2009

Market Cap

7.32B

About Syncmold Enterprise

Syncmold Enterprise provides hinges for LCD Monitor/TV and mold design & manufacturing.

Headquarters Location

No. 8, Lane 403, Minan W. Rd. Shinjuang City

Taiwan

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Syncmold Enterprise Patents

Syncmold Enterprise has filed 1 patent.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Mechanics
  • Engine technology
  • Fluid dynamics
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Grant Date

Title

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5/6/2021

11/15/2022

Desks, Electric power conversion, Voltage regulation, Mirrors, Minimal surfaces

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Application Date

5/6/2021

Grant Date

11/15/2022

Title

Related Topics

Desks, Electric power conversion, Voltage regulation, Mirrors, Minimal surfaces

Status

Grant

Latest Syncmold Enterprise News

Syncmold Enterprise : Patent Issued for Brake Module and Lift Having the Same

Mar 18, 2015

The patent's assignee for patent number 8973709 is Syncmold Enterprise Corp. (New Taipei, TW). News editors obtained the following quote from the background information supplied by the inventors: "The instant disclosure relates to a brake module and a lift having the same; more particularly, to a brake module and a lift having the same that utilize friction means to carry out braking operation. "In general, existing braking mechanisms operative on support frames are hydraulic or cable operated. Both types of brake system are simple to operate but have some disadvantages. Namely, slack or loose cable can cause a slow response time for the actuation of the brake control mechanism. Whereas hydraulic brakes occupy significant space and have a higher manufacturing cost. " As a supplement to the background information on this patent, VerticalNews correspondents also obtained the inventors' summary information for this patent: "The object of the instant disclosure is to provide a brake module and a lift having the same that utilize friction means to carry out braking operation. "The lift comprises a mast, a brake module, and a lift module. The mast is disposed on a working surface and defines a longitudinal direction. At least one track is formed on an outer surface of the mast along the longitudinal direction. The track has a tapered cross-section perpendicular to the longitudinal direction. The brake module includes at least one friction member and at least one forcing member. The friction member has a pressing portion proximate to the mast and an axle extending away from the mast. The pressing portion is substantially shaped to engage matchingly with the track. The axle is substantially perpendicular to the longitudinal direction. The forcing member rotatably fits over the axle, where the friction member is selectively displaced by the forcing member. The forcing member is pivotable about the axle between a first position and a second position. The lift module is mounted on the mast and connected to the brake module. When the forcing member is at the first position, a clearance is created between the pressing portion of the friction member and the track. Thus, the friction member may slide on the track and stop at any position on the mast through the lift module. When the forcing member is at the second position, the forcing member forces the pressing portion of the friction member to press tightly against the track. Thus, the brake module is held in position relative to the mast. "Preferably, the track has a pair of bearing faces, and the pressing portion has a pair of pressing faces. When the forcing member is at the second position, the pressing faces of the pressing portion are pressed tightly against the bearing faces of the track. "Preferably, the track has a center face connected between the bearing faces. The pressing portion has a foot face connected between the pressing faces. When the forcing member is at the second position, a predetermined clearance is maintained between the center face and the foot face. "Preferably, the friction member has a first projection, and the forcing member has a main body. When the forcing member is turned from the first to second position, the first projection is urged by the main body in displacing the friction member toward the mast along the longitudinal direction of the axle. "Preferably, the friction member has a first projection, and the forcing member has a main body. When the forcing member is turned from the first to second position, the first projection is urged by the main body in displacing the friction member toward the mast along the longitudinal direction of the axle. "Preferably, the first projection has at least one head, and the main body is formed with at least one groove. When the forcing member is at the first position, the head is received by the groove. When the forcing member is at the second position, the head is abutted by an inner face of the main body. "Preferably, the friction member has a base portion. The pressing portion extends from one side of the base portion proximate to the mast. Whereas the axle and the first projection extend from an opposite side of the base portion away from the mast. "Preferably, the direction in which the forcing member rotates from the first to second position is defined as the first rotating direction. The thickness of the head increases progressively from the base portion along the first rotating direction in defining a first sloped face. "Preferably, the groove is formed matchingly to receive the head, and the groove is defined by a second sloped face. The second sloped face mates to the first sloped face. "Preferably, the brake module includes a housing unit and a connector. The forcing member is received by the housing unit, while the housing unit is fixed to the connector. The connector is connected to the lift module. "Preferably, the housing unit has at least one housing for accommodating the forcing member. The forcing member is pivotable about the longitudinal axis of the axle. "Preferably, the housing includes at least one internal annular ridge. At least one annular slot is formed matchingly on the outer surface of the forcing member for receiving the ridge. "Preferably, the lift further includes an operating module mounted on the forcing member. The operating module allows a user to manually rotate the forcing member. "The forcing member has a connecting portion. The operating module includes at least one coupler and a lever. The coupler is mounted on the connecting portion, and the lever is mounted on the coupler and substantially above the forcing member. "The instant disclosure also provides a brake module mounted on opposite tracks of a mast. The brake module is connected to a lift module mounted on the mast. The brake module comprises a pair of friction members and a pair of forcing members. Each friction member has a pressing portion and an axle. The pressing portions are arranged proximate to the tracks. Whereas the axles are extended away from the tracks. The pressing portion is substantially shaped for engaging the track. The forcing members are rotatably fitted over the axles of the friction members. The forcing members can displace the friction members. The forcing members can rotate axially about the axles between a first position and a second position. When the forcing members are arranged at the first position, a clearance is created between the pressing portions and the tracks. The pressing portions of the friction members can move on the tracks and stop at any location on the mast through the lift module. When the forcing members are arranged at the second position, the friction members are displaced by the forcing members. The pressing portions of the friction members are pressed tightly against the tracks. The brake module is thus held in position relative to the tracks. "Preferably, each track has a pair of bearing faces, and each pressing portion has a pair of pressing faces. When the forcing members are arranged at the second position, the pressing faces of the pressing portions are pressed tightly against the bearing faces of the tracks. "Preferably, each track has a center face connected between the bearing faces. Each pressing portion has a foot face connected between the pressing faces. When the forcing members are arranged at the second position, a predetermined clearance is maintained between the center faces of the tracks and the foot faces of the pressing portions. "Preferably, each friction member has a first projection, and each forcing member has a main body. When the forcing members are rotating from the first position to the second position, the main bodies press against the first projections to move the friction members toward the tracks along the longitudinal direction of the axles. "Preferably, each first projection has at least one head, and at least one groove is formed on an inner face of each main body. When the forcing members are arranged at the first position, the heads are received by the grooves of the main bodies. When the forcing members are arranged at the second position, the heads are abutted by the inner faces of the main bodies. "Preferably, each friction member has a base portion. The pressing portion of each friction member extends from one side of the base portion proximate to the mast. The axle and first projection of each friction member extend from an opposite side of the base portion away from the mast. The rotating direction of the forcing members from the first position to the second direction is defined as a first rotating direction. The thickness of each head increases progressively from the base portion along the first rotating direction to define a first sloped face. "Preferably, the grooves of the main bodies are shaped matchingly to receive the heads of the first projections. Each groove is defined by a second sloped face that can mate to the first sloped face. "Based on the foregoing, the brake module and the lift having the same of the instant disclosure utilize the forcing members to squeeze the friction members against the tracks in achieve braking effect. "In order to further appreciate the characteristics and technical contents of the instant disclosure, references are hereunder made to the detailed descriptions and appended drawings in connection with the instant disclosure. However, the appended drawings are merely shown for exemplary purposes, rather than being used to restrict the scope of the instant disclosure. " For additional information on this patent, see: Lu, Der-Wei; Hu, Chung-Cheng. Brake Module and Lift Having the Same. U.S. Patent Number 8973709, filed August 16, 2012 , and published online on March 10, 2015 . Patent URL: http://patft.uspto.gov/netacgi/nph-Parser?Sect1=PTO1&Sect2=HITOFF&d=PALL&p=1&u=%2Fnetahtml%2FPTO%2Fsrchnum.htm&r=1&f=G&l=50&s1=8973709.PN.&OS=PN/8973709RS=PN/8973709 Keywords for this news article include: Syncmold Enterprise Corp. Our reports deliver fact-based news of research and discoveries from around the world. Copyright 2015, NewsRx LLC (c) 2015 NewsRx LLC, source Science Newsletters Latest news on SYNCMOLD ENTERPRISE CORP. 03:06p

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    Investors of Syncmold Enterprise include JAFCO Asia.

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