Bearing pen
United States Patent D797854

Puglisi, Marc (Wayne, NJ, US)
Laemle, David A. (Westwood, NJ, US)
Application Number:
Publication Date:
Filing Date:
Puglisi Marc
Laemle David A.
Primary Class:
International Classes:
(IPC1-7): 1906
Field of Search:
D14/411, D15/143, D19/115-204
View Patent Images:
US Patent References:
20160238074Electrical Insulated BearingAugust, 2016Preis
9366326Device with a rotation effectJune, 2016Lee
8444321Bearing anti creep device and methodMay, 2013Horvat384/513
8394114Surgical connection apparatus and methodsMarch, 2013Schaller606/142
8177436Bearing anti creep device and methodMay, 2012Horvat384/513
20120093453BEARING ANTI CREEP DEVICE & METHODApril, 2012Horvat384/513
8092108Porous tip liquid applicator having draw fill mechanismJanuary, 2012Bainbridge401/171
D630682Writing implement with attachmentsJanuary, 2011Castro et al.
D624591Writing instrumentSeptember, 2010KoehlerD19/171
7568842Meter bearing comprising an integrated data detection and processing systemAugust, 2009Gempper384/448
D548785Triangular-shaped writing instrument with abrasive surface on upper portionAugust, 2007O'HernD19/177
20060257060Meter bearing comprising an integrated data detection and processing systemNovember, 2006Gempper384/448
D529550Writing instrumentOctober, 2006FukuiD19/171
D501031PenJanuary, 2005LecceD19/174
D486857Writing instrumentFebruary, 2004SenerD19/171
6666583Bearing retention assembly having cam chamfered bearing race ringDecember, 2003Nieman384/537
D482064Combination pen and fanNovember, 2003Steiner et al.
6550177Hackle grabberApril, 2003Epple, Jr.289/17
D459366Support element for supporting stabilator pistons of an axial bearing in a rock drillJune, 2002HeinonenD15/21
D435592Writing instrumentDecember, 2000LecceD19/174
5944730Device and method for assisting end-to-side anastomosisAugust, 1999Nobles606/151
D370852Swiveling ball-bearing clockJune, 1996JacobyD10/23
5403338Punch for opening passages between two compartmentsApril, 1995Milo604/164.12
D354979Combined ball-point pen and fanJanuary, 1995Tsuji
D354984Combined ball-point pen and fanJanuary, 1995Tsuji
4323288Bearing unit with improved inner raceApril, 1982Smith, Sr.384/449
D258828Ink transfer rollerApril, 1981ZrobekD15/143
3463597INK WRITING IMPLEMENTAugust, 1969Noboru401/198
3396998Fishhook holderAugust, 1968Scoville289/17
2700371Refill pencilJanuary, 1955Zahel401/75
2614898Ball bearingOctober, 1952Adams384/506
2354402Combined pencil and first-aid kitJuly, 1944Petruccione15/184
2161210Roller structureJune, 1939Waalkes384/449
1985693Roller bearingDecember, 1934Robinson29/898.062
1963592Steel trolley wheelJune, 1934Pribil301/5.7
1699450Ball bearingJanuary, 1929Rhoda384/499
1200445ROLLER-BEARING.October, 1916Laycock29/441.1
1011028END-THRUST BALL-BEARING.December, 1911Chambers384/609

Foreign References:
CN301186523August, 2009
CN301029409September, 2009
CN301343901September, 2009
CN301361965February, 2010
CN301236596August, 2010
CN301301348August, 2010
CN301301349August, 2010
CN301309954August, 2010
CN301320502August, 2010
CN301617810January, 2011
CN301538645May, 2011
CN301743214November, 2011
CN301777296November, 2011
CN301615486January, 2012
CN302527297June, 2013
CN302781575April, 2014
CN303127736October, 2014
CN303144324November, 2014
CN303042713December, 2014
CN303794054December, 2014
CN303677427May, 2015
CN303276660July, 2015
CN303493984December, 2015
CN303677426May, 2016
CN303677428May, 2016
CN304112057October, 2016
EM0017759170001November, 2010
JPD1433458February, 2012
Other References:
Stock Photo—Engineering Concept, “Few Ball Bearings Near Ruler and Pen . . . ,” 3 pages, copyright Jul. 3, 2017, www.123rf.com/photo—41032564.
Primary Examiner:
Albert, Elizabeth
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
Kaliko, Esq. Scott H.
Kaliko & Associates, LLC

1. The ornamental design for a bearing pen, as shown and described.


FIG. 1 is a top perspective view of a bearing pen showing my new design;

FIG. 2 is an exploded perspective view thereof;

FIG. 3 is a front view thereof;

FIG. 4 is a bottom perspective view thereof;

FIG. 5 is another bottom perspective view thereof;

FIG. 6 is a top portion view thereof;

FIG. 7 is a tilted top portion view thereof;

FIG. 8 is a top view thereof; and,

FIG. 9 is a bottom view thereof.

The broken lines depict unclaimed portions of the bearing pen.