Defendant's motion for summary judgment of invalidity for indefiniteness was granted. "Although this case does not involve ambiguity in the traditional sense, it is clear that a claim can be found invalid for indefiniteness when the claims teach something inconsistent with the specification. . . . [In this case] The 'guiding means' structure is found in the specification, but in the claim it attempts to do something . . . that is inconsistent with how the guiding means is defined. In short, an entire component of the guiding means cannot do what the claim says it does."
DISA Industries A/S v. Thyssenkrupp Waupaca Inc., 1-07-cv-00949 (WIED April 8, 2009, Decision & Order)