High Cedar Enterprise Co., Ltd.
|High Cedar Enterprise Co., Ltd. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20150105175||HANDLE GRIP ASSEMBLY FOR SWING-TYPE BALL GAME EQUIPMENT - A handle grip assembly for swing-type ball game equipment includes a grip shaft, which defines a mating connection portion, a tail portion provided with two locating devices, and a passage hole axially extending through the mating connection portion and the tail portion for receiving a shaft of a sporting equipment handle, a grip sheath surrounding the outer perimeter of the grip shaft, and a butt cap, which defines a base wall abutted against one end of the grip shaft, an enclosing wall outwardly extended from the border of the base wall and wrapped about the outer surface of the grip sheath and two positioning portions located at the base wall and respectively forced into engagement with the locating devices of the tail portion of the grip shaft. Thus, the handle grip assembly effectively simplifies the manufacturing process.||04-16-2015|
|20120283035||BI-COMPONENT HANDLE SLEEVE - A bi-component handle sleeve assembly includes an elastic handle sleeve having an annular flange extending around one of the tubular body thereof, and an elastic grip stop shaped like a short annular tube and sleeved onto one end of the tubular body of the handle sleeve and stopped against the annular flange and defining with the abutted annular flange and the tubular body of the handle sleeve an annular accommodation chamber for accommodating a resilient strip or tape being wrapped about the tubular body of the handle sleeve to prevent displacement of the installed resilient strip or tape.||11-08-2012|
|20120102673||HANDLE GRIP - A handle grip includes a rubber tube member and a rubber lid. The tube member has a securing portion at an outer side, adjacent to an end thereof. The lid has a locking portion at an inner side thereof. The lid is firmly fitted to the end of the tube member by the locking portion engaging with the securing portion that, the lid will not be separated from the tube member even when a large force is applied on the lid.||05-03-2012|
|20100258239||METHOD OF MOUNTING GRIP JACKET TO HANDLEBAR - A method of mounting a grip jacket to a handlebar includes the steps of sleeving an elongated detachable bagging onto a handlebar, the detachable bagging having a closed first end and a closed second end for preventing the handlebar from entering an inside of the detachable bagging, by making the first end be stopped against a distal end of the handlebar and then gradually pushing the detachable bagging toward the handlebar until the detachable bagging fully covers the handlebar; mounting a grip jacket onto the detachable bagging in such a way that the detachable bagging is located between the grip jacket and the handlebar and the second end is exposed outside; and finally drawing the detachable bagging to remove it from the handlebar.||10-14-2010|
|20090232587||HANDGRIP MOUNTING METHOD - A handgrip mounting method for mounting a handgrip onto a handlebar includes the steps of a) applying a piece of releasable paper to one of a handlebar and a tubular handgrip, b) sleeving the tubular handgrip onto the handlebar to have the piece of releasable paper be sandwiched in between the handlebar and the tubular handgrip in such a manner that an end portion of the piece of releasable paper is exposed outside of the handlebar and the tubular handgrip, and c) pulling the end portion of the piece of releasable paper to remove the piece of releasable paper away from the handlebar and the tubular handgrip.||09-17-2009|
Patent applications by High Cedar Enterprise Co., Ltd.