Jack R Nyenhuis, Age 711441 Broadview Dr, Jenison, MI 49428

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1441 Broadview Dr, Jenison, MI 49428 (616) 457-0273

Caledonia, MI

Zeeland, MI

Grandville, MI

1441 Broadview Dr, Jenison, MI 49428 (616) 901-1704

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Company: Broadview product development Dec 2012 to 2012 Address: Zeeland Position: Product development engineer

Education

Degree: BSME School / High School: University of Michigan 2000 Specialities: MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

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Product Development Engineer At Broadview Product Development

Position:
Product Development Engineer at Broadview Product Development
Location:
Greater Grand Rapids, Michigan Area
Industry:
Research
Work:
Broadview Product Development - Zeeland since Dec 2012
Product Development Engineer
Broadview Product Development Corp 1989 - Dec 2012
Owner
Herman Miller 1975 - 1986
Product Development Engineering Manager
Education:
University of Michigan 2000
BSME, MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Publications

Us Patents

Light Seal Assembly For A Wall Panel System

US Patent:
6341457, Jan 29, 2002
Filed:
Feb 23, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/511226
Inventors:
Chad D. Aerts - Grand Haven MI
Phil E. Carpenter - Zeeland MI
Ernest C. De Leon - Holland MI
David B. Martin - Jenison MI
Jack R. Nyenhuis - Jenison MI
Assignee:
Herman Miller, Inc. - Zeeland MI
International Classification:
E04H 112
US Classification:
52239, 52 361, 52468, 522871, 5271804, 527168
Abstract:
A wall panel including a rectangular frame, a pair of wall members and a thin decorative sheet covering the wall members. The frame includes two spaced apart, generally parallel vertical frame members and spaced apart, generally parallel horizontal lower and upper frame members. The horizontal frame members are connected to the vertical frame members at opposite ends thereof to form the rectangular frame. In one embodiment, each of the frame members includes a core member and a pair of sidewall members attached to opposite sides of the core member. The wall members are attached to the sidewalls on opposing sides of the frame members. In another embodiment, inner wall members are attached to the opposing sides of the frame members, and outer wall members are thereafter attached to the inner wall member. A decorative sheet covers the outer surface of each outer wall member. The wall panels are connected to each other with a connector member.

Chair

US Patent:
6367876, Apr 9, 2002
Filed:
Apr 11, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/833492
Inventors:
Jerome C. Caruso - Lake Forest IL
Steven J. Caruso - Antioch IL
Bruce R. Gezon - Caledonia MI
Marc A. Gierz - Hudsonville MI
Jack R. Nyenhuis - Jenison MI
Assignee:
Herman Miller, Inc. - Zeeland MI
International Classification:
A47C 1032
US Classification:
2973002, 2973008, 2973027
Abstract:
A tiltable chair including a housing, a back support pivotally attached to the housing about a first horizontal axis and a seat support pivotally attached to the housing about a second horizontal axis. A leaf spring includes a first end engaging the housing and a second end biasing the back support and seat support in an upward direction. A fulcrum member is moveably supported in the housing and engages a bottom surface of the spring intermediate the first and second ends of the spring. The chair also include an adjustable backrest and armrests slideably mounted on the back support, and a seat slideably mounted on the seat support. A tilt limiter is provided to limit the rearward tilting of the chair. A selector member includes indicia that indicates the setting of the tilt limiter so as to apprise the user of maximum available rearward tilt position of the chair.

Chair

US Patent:
6386636, May 14, 2002
Filed:
Apr 11, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/833311
Inventors:
Jerome C. Caruso - Lake Forest IL
Steven J. Caruso - Antioch IL
Bruce R. Gezon - Caledonia MI
Marc A. Gierz - Hudsonville MI
Jack R. Nyenhuis - Jenison MI
Assignee:
Herman Miller, Inc. - Zeeland MI
International Classification:
A47C 1032
US Classification:
297353, 29741136
Abstract:
A tiltable chair including a housing, a back support pivotally attached to the housing about a first horizontal axis and a seat support pivotally attached to the housing about a second horizontal axis. A leaf spring includes a first end engaging the housing and a second end biasing the back support and seat support in an upward direction. A fulcrum member is moveably supported in the housing and engages a bottom surface of the spring intermediate the first and second ends of the spring. The chair also include an adjustable backrest and armrests slideably mounted on the back support, and a seat slideably mounted on the seat support. A tilt limiter is provided to limit the rearward tilting of the chair. A selector member includes indicia that indicates the setting of the tilt limiter so as to apprise the user of maximum available rearward tilt position of the chair.

Adjustable Backrest

US Patent:
6598937, Jul 29, 2003
Filed:
May 6, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/140440
Inventors:
Jerome C. Caruso - Lake Forest IL
Steven J. Caruso - Antioch IL
Bruce R. Gezon - Caledonia MI
Marc A. Gierz - Hudsonville MI
Jack R. Nyenhuis - Jenison MI
Assignee:
Herman Miller, Inc. - Zeeland MI
International Classification:
A47C 1022
US Classification:
297353, 2972847
Abstract:
An adjustable backrest for a seating structure includes an upright having a rack. The backrest is moveably mounted on the upright. A pawl is pivotally mounted to the backrest about a pivot axis and is pivotable between an engaged position, wherein the pawl is engaged with the rack, and a disengaged position, wherein the pawl is disengaged from the rack. The pawl is further translatably mounted to the backrest, wherein the pawl is translatable relative to the backrest between at least a disabled position and an operative position. A spring biases the pawl into the engaged position when the pawl is in the operative position. A method of adjusting the height of the backrest is also provided.

Eyeglass Frame

US Patent:
6648471, Nov 18, 2003
Filed:
Sep 10, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/238481
Inventors:
David Dalrymple - Rockford MI,
Jack R. Nyenhuis - Jenison MI,
International Classification:
G02C 514
US Classification:
351111, 351 41
Abstract:
Eyeglasses are provided that have an inflatable bladder in the temple piece. The temple pieces of the frame do not extend to the ears of the wearer.

Adjustable Armrest

US Patent:
6877813, Apr 12, 2005
Filed:
Jul 1, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/611002
Inventors:
Jerome C. Caruso - Lake Forest IL,
Steven J. Caruso - Antioch IL,
Bruce R. Gezon - Caledonia MI,
Marc A. Gierz - Hudsonville MI,
Jack R. Nyenhuis - Jenison MI,
Assignee:
Herman Miller, Inc. - Zeeland MI
International Classification:
A47C007/54
US Classification:
29741136
Abstract:
An adjustable armrest for a chair includes a housing having a cavity defined by a wall and a latch member slideably mounted in the cavity. The latch member includes a wedge shaped portion having a first and second surface forming a oblique angle between them. One of the first and second surfaces engages the wall of the housing at least when the latch is in the engaged position.

Chair

US Patent:
7004543, Feb 28, 2006
Filed:
Aug 24, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/925559
Inventors:
Jerome C. Caruso - Lake Forest IL,
Steven J. Caruso - Antioch IL,
Bruce R. Gezon - Caledonia MI,
Marc A. Gierz - Hudsonville MI,
Jack R. Nyenhuis - Jenison MI,
Assignee:
Herman Miller, Inc. - Zeeland MI
International Classification:
A47C 1/024
US Classification:
2973002, 2973008, 2973031, 2973021
Abstract:
A tiltable chair including a housing, a back support pivotally attached to the housing about a first horizontal axis and a seat support pivotally attached to the housing about a second horizontal axis. A leaf spring includes a first end engaging the housing and a second end biasing the back support and seat support in an upward direction. A fulcrum member is moveably supported in the housing and engages a bottom surface of the spring intermediate the first and second ends of the spring.

Folding Leg Latch Assembly

US Patent:
7350469, Apr 1, 2008
Filed:
Apr 27, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/833251
Inventors:
Paul Koning - Holland MI,
Matthew Ruster - Holland MI,
Jack Nyenhuis - Jenison MI,
International Classification:
A47B 3/00
US Classification:
108132, 108115
Abstract:
A latch assembly is disclosed comprising a handle pivotable from a first position to a second position, a slider movable in response to movement of the handle between the first position and the second position, and a pivot pivotable between an upright position and a foldable position, wherein when the handle is in the first position the pivot is locked in one of the upright position and the foldable position, and when the handle is moved to the second position the pivot is movable between the upright position and the foldable position.

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