US20190269277A1 – September 5, 2019 – GRINDER

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Inventors :

Justin Ronald Brady Larose

Owner :

10660469 CANADA INC. CANADA INC.

Application Number :

US15910634

Document Number :

US20190269277A1

Priority Date :

March 2, 2018

Filing Date :

March 2, 2018

Date of Grant/ Publication :

September 5, 2019

Class :

A47J42 / 34

Abstract

A cannabis grinder includes a pair of square-cuboid-shaped body portions and a pair of grinding assemblies. One of the body portions has one of the grinding assemblies recessed in a substantially square face thereof. The other grinding assembly extends from a substantially square face of the other body portion. The grinding assemblies have teeth that are arranged to allow relative rotation of the grinding assemblies without interference between the teeth. Corners of a body portions proximate the grinding assembly are shaped to avoid striking digits of a user gripping the body portions during the relative rotation. Various methods of manufacturing and using such a grinder are also described.

Claim(s)

1 . A grinder comprising: a first substantially square-cuboid-shaped body portion having a first cylindrical grinding assembly recessed in a substantially square face thereof, the first cylindrical grinding assembly including a first plurality of teeth; a second substantially square-cuboid-shaped body portion; a second cylindrical grinding assembly extending from a substantially square face of the second substantially square-cuboid-shaped body portion and adapted to be rotateably received in the first grinding assembly to define a grinding chamber, the second grinding assembly including a second plurality of teeth positioned to allow relative rotation between the first and second grinding assemblies without interference between teeth of the first and second plurality of teeth, wherein corners of one of the first and second body portions proximate a respective one of the first and second grinding assemblies are shaped to avoid striking digits of a user gripping the other of the first and second body portions during the relative rotation.

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