Alan R Menard, Age 64492 Benefit St, Pawtucket, RI 02861

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492 Benefit St, Pawtucket, RI 02861 (401) 722-0509 (401) 724-8563

192 Carter Ave, Pawtucket, RI 02861 (401) 724-8563

Wallingford, CT

Granby, CO

Coronado, AZ

492 Benefit St, Pawtucket, RI 02861 (401) 339-4097

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Position: Craftsman/Blue Collar

Education

Degree: High school graduate or higher

Skills

Fluid Dynamics • Fuel Cells • Manufacturing • Heat Transfer • Combustion • Energy • R&D • Product Development • Engineering • Hydrogen • Renewable Energy

Languages

French • English

Emails

a***d@alltel.net

Industries

Oil & Energy

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Alan R Menard

Address:
Pawtucket, RI 02861
Licenses:
License #: 26170 - Active
Issued Date: Apr 10, 2002
Expiration Date: May 1, 2018
Type: Journeyman Plumber

Alan C Menard

Licenses:
License #: 045429 - Expired
Category: Real Estate
Type: Associate Broker

Alan R Menard

Address:
Pawtucket, RI
Phone:
(401) 722-0509 (Work)
Licenses:
License #: LRM-0121 - Active
Category: Lead Program
Issued Date: Sep 5, 2002
Expiration Date: Sep 30, 2017
Type: Lead Renovator

Alan R Menard

Address:
Pawtucket, RI
Licenses:
License #: LRM-0121 - Active
Category: Lead Program
Issued Date: May 9, 2002
Expiration Date: 9, 2017
Type: Lead Renovator

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Alan Menard

Location:
Ã…lborg Area, Denmark
Industry:
Oil & Energy
Skills:
Fluid Dynamics, Fuel Cells, Manufacturing, Heat Transfer, Combustion, Energy, R&D, Product Development, Engineering, Hydrogen, Renewable Energy
Languages:
French
English

Publications

US Patents

Drum Assembly For An Internal Drum Imaging Device

US Patent:
7297219, Nov 20, 2007
Filed:
Apr 18, 1997
Appl. No.:
08/844267
Inventors:
Alan W. Menard - Bolton CT,
Kenneth R. Petersen - West Hartford CT,
Assignee:
Gerber Systems Corporation - South Windsor CT
International Classification:
B29C 53/58
US Classification:
156173
Abstract:
A method for manufacturing a drum assembly for an internal drum-type imaging apparatus, and a drum assembly produced using the method. The drum assembly defines an imaging surface which is at least semi-cylindrical. A drum skin defines an imaging surface, and is releasably wrapped around a cylindrical mandrel, which has an axis. The mandrel and wrapped drum skin have a first radius. A drum includes more than one drum portion, and is attached to the drum skin over an at least semi-cylindrical interface. The drum has a radius slightly greater than the first radius, and the drum and attached drum skin cooperate to define a vacuum chamber. A fluid bearing is generated between the drum skin and the mandrel, preferably by pressurizing the vacuum chamber, in order to separate the drum skin from the mandrel. The drum and attached drum skin are then moved relative to the mandrel and in a direction parallel to the axis to remove the drum assembly from the mandrel. The drum and drum skin provide an imaging surface that is greater than semi-cylindrical.

Apparatus And Method For Positioning A Lens To Expand An Optical Beam Of An Imaging System

US Patent:
5828501, Oct 27, 1998
Filed:
Jul 2, 1996
Appl. No.:
8/674439
Inventors:
Alan W. Menard - Bolton CT
David P. Squires - Lebanon CT
Gene D. Welti - Ellington CT
Joseph A. Wheeler - Vernon CT
Assignee:
Barco Gerber Systems - South Windsor CT
International Classification:
G02B 702
G11B 1700
US Classification:
359819
Abstract:
An optical beam expander mechanism includes a plurality of lenses movably secured to a carriage of an imaging system for varying the magnification and adjusting the focus of an optical beam. A scanning means is also secured to the carriage for reflecting the optical beam from or to a media disposed within an exposure chamber. The carriage is slidably mounted to a spar for scanning the media as the carriage moves along the length of the spar. The carriage includes a plurality of independently controlled magnetically preloaded air bearings to provide an air cushion for frictionless movement of the lens along the carriage. The beam expander mechanism further includes an arm member which sequentially engages each lens and maintains the lens in fixed relationship to the spar for positioning the lens on the carriage. To move each lens to its proper position on the carriage, the arm member engages the lens. The corresponding air bearing is actuated to permit movement of the lens while the carriage is commanded to move a predetermined distance for the required magnification and focus of the optical beam.

Apparatus For Working On Sheets Of Sheet Material And Sheet Material For Use Therewith

US Patent:
5810494, Sep 22, 1998
Filed:
Sep 6, 1996
Appl. No.:
8/709261
Inventors:
Alan W. Menard - Bolton CT
Robert V. DeMartino - West Hartford CT
John E. Markowski - Berlin CT
Nabil Mishriki - Portland CT
Ronald G. Goulet - Hebron CT
William J. Tortora - Willington CT
Assignee:
Gerber Systems Corporation - South Windsor CT
International Classification:
B41J 1500
US Classification:
400634
Abstract:
An apparatus for printing, cutting or otherwise working sheets of sheet material has a friction sheet advance mechanism and a sheet loading mechanism in advance of the feed mechanism having rows of sprocket pins cooperating with complementary rows of sprocket holes in a sheet to assure accurate insertion of a sheet into the sheet advance mechanism and subsequent accurate movement of the sheet through the advance mechanism and past a work station. A photosensor carried by the work head of the apparatus senses one side edge of the sheet as a reference for laterally positioning the work process relative to the sheet, and a transversely extending index edge of an index hole in the proof sheet is detected and used as a reference for the longitudinal positioning of the work process relative to the sheet. When working on both faces of the sheet, the same reference edges are detected and used as references for the work process on the second face as are detected and used as references for the work process on the first face so as to avoid registration errors between the two work processes.

Feeder Assembly For A Glass Container Manufacturing Machine

US Patent:
4919701, Apr 24, 1990
Filed:
Jul 21, 1989
Appl. No.:
7/383950
Inventors:
Alan W. Menard - Bolton CT
John E. Suomala - Simsbury CT
Richard A. Walker - North Granby CT
Assignee:
Emhart Industries, Inc. - Hartford CT
International Classification:
C03B 708
US Classification:
65158
Abstract:
When the tube of a feeder assembly for a glass forming machine is lowered into engagement with the spout bowl, the separation of the jack and the tube support lifts a ring assembly which normally rests on the jack housing. This exposes a pressurized air conduit resulting in a sensed pressure drop which confirms that the tube has engaged the spout bowl.

Shear Mechanism For Glassware Forming Machine

US Patent:
5180413, Jan 19, 1993
Filed:
Dec 24, 1991
Appl. No.:
7/814748
Inventors:
Steven J. Pinkerton - Avon CT
Alan Menard - Bolton CT
Assignee:
Emhart Glass Machinery Investments Inc. - Wilmington DE
International Classification:
C03B 712
US Classification:
65334
Abstract:
A shear mechanism has a pair of shear assemblies mounted on parallel guide rails for reciprocating displacement controlled by a rack and pinion assembly having a rack driving each shear assembly. The racks are parallel and horizontally spaced and their movement paths substantially intersect the center of mass of the shear assemblies.

Lifting Shoe For Media Handling And Related Cassette Media Holder

US Patent:
5558320, Sep 24, 1996
Filed:
Nov 8, 1993
Appl. No.:
8/148584
Inventors:
Alan W. Menard - Bolton CT
Larwence S. Wolfson - Bolton CT
Joseph Conlan - Rocky Hill CT
Assignee:
Gerber Systems Corporation - South Windsor CT
International Classification:
B65H 522
US Classification:
271 401
Abstract:
A system for light-tight handling of a supply of media between a supply station, a workstation and a collecting station, comprises a media handling apparatus defined by a frame and a housing enclosing an internal confine. Within this confine are a supply station and a collecting station disposed at opposite ends of the frame. A positioning drive is suspended above the supply and collecting stations to move media between the supply, collecting and work stations. A lifting shoe is provided as part of the positioning drive and includes a flexible material handling sheet which assumes a first and a second given radius when respectively energized and reverse energized to engage the media supported in curved form. Also, supply and collecting cassettes are provided with a tambour coverings for respectively automatically uncovering and covering the supported media while still maintained in the light-tight confines of the housing.

Collecting Cassette For Use With A Media Sheet Handling System

US Patent:
5911415, Jun 15, 1999
Filed:
Oct 28, 1997
Appl. No.:
8/959236
Inventors:
Alan W. Menard - Bolton CT
Lawrence S. Wolfson - Bolton CT
Joseph Conlan - Rocky Hill CT
Assignee:
Gerber Systems Corporation - South Windsor CT
International Classification:
B65H 3100
US Classification:
271207
Abstract:
A system for light-tight handling of a supply of media between a supply station, a workstation and a collecting station, comprises a media handling apparatus defined by a frame and a housing enclosing an internal confine. Within this confine are a supply station and a collecting station disposed at opposite ends of the frame. A positioning drive is suspended above the supply and collecting stations to move media between the supply, collecting and work stations. A lifting shoe is provided as part of the positioning drive and includes a flexible material handling sheet which assumes a first and a second given radius when respectively energized and reverse energized to engage the media supported in curved form. Also, supply and collecting cassettes are provided with a tambour coverings for respectively automatically uncovering and covering the supported media while still maintained in the light-tight confines of the housing.

Core Pinning Machine

US Patent:
4940074, Jul 10, 1990
Filed:
Jun 30, 1986
Appl. No.:
6/880602
Inventors:
Alan W. Menard - Bolton CT
Assignee:
United Technologies Corporation - Hartford CT
International Classification:
B22C 1900
B23D 2300
US Classification:
164412
Abstract:
A core pinning machine (1) includes a rotatable wire cutting apparatus (6) which comprises a housing (10), a cylinderical shank (13) rotatable within the housing, a cutter (18) with a sharp edged orifice (20) abutted to an end of the shank and a wire guide passage (17) located within the shank parallel to and offset from a central longitudinal axis (16) of the shank. The passage is rotatably alignable with the cutting orifice, allowing passage of the wire through the wire cutting apparatus. The wire cutting apparatus is disposed in a heater (25) which heats the wire as it passes therethrough, with the heated wire then inserted into a wax pattern (7) until a core (8) is contacted. A timer controller (2) registers the stop, and, after a delay, signals an actuator (23) to rotate the shank, which causes misalignment of the passage with the cutter, severing the wire against the sharp edge of the orifice. Incorporation of the rotatable wire cutting apparatus in the core pinning machine provides variable length pins for supporting cores in different depth investment casting wax patterns without retooling.

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