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Independent Design Professional

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Location:
Greenville, South Carolina Area
Industry:
Design

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Miter Saw Having A Light Beam Alignment System

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US Patent:
6755107, Jun 29, 2004
Filed:
May 18, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/860898
Inventors:
David G. Peot - Easley SC
Philip F. Minalga - Anderson SC
George M. Hornick - Anderson SC
William C. Buck - Clemson SC
William E. Kaiser - Anderson SC
Assignee:
One World Technologies Lmt.
International Classification:
B26D 700
US Classification:
83478, 83520
Abstract:
A table saw such as a chop saw, a miter saw, compound miter saw or a sliding compound miter saw that is provided with a laser arbor alignment system. An opaque shield or transparent shield having an opaque mask blocks the laser beam from being projected into a range of normal operator eye positions. One or more openings in the shield or opaque mask provide a sight line on a workpiece initially. As the saw is moved into engagement with the workpiece, the shield is pivoted away from the workpiece and a solid laser line is projected on the workpiece.

Orbital Sander

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US Patent:
6758731, Jul 6, 2004
Filed:
Aug 10, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/927282
Inventors:
David Eric Dutterer - Williamston SC
David G. Peot - Easley SC
Kenneth M. Brazell - Piedmont SC
Ernest Chandler Bostic - Easley SC
Michael Halbert McQuinn - Easley SC
Charles M. Wacker - Belton SC
Assignee:
One World Technologies Limited - Hamilton
International Classification:
B24B 2300
US Classification:
451357, 451343, 451453
Abstract:
An orbital sander is provided having a number of novel features including a high speed permanent magnet DC motor having a relatively flat rpm versus torque curve. The sander includes an AC to DC power supply, a remotely located on/off switch operated by a switch actuator bar extending transversely through the housing enabling the operator to actuate the on/off switch by alternatively pushing opposed ends of the actuator bar. The orbital sander further includes a fan having non-uniformly spaced blades, eliminating the need for a conventional counterweight, and a dust outlet adapted to be alternatively connected to a dust canister or alternate size collector vacuum hoses.

Orbital Sander

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US Patent:
7270598, Sep 18, 2007
Filed:
May 11, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/843069
Inventors:
David Eric Dutterer - Williamston SC, US
David G. Peot - Easley SC, US
Kenneth M. Brazell - Piedmont SC, US
Ernest Chandler Bostic - Easley SC, US
Michael Halbert McQuinn - Easley SC, US
Charles M. Wacker - Belton SC, US
Assignee:
Eastway Fair Company Ltd. - Tortola
International Classification:
B24B 23/00
US Classification:
451357, 451343, 451453
Abstract:
An orbital sander is provided having a number of novel features including a high speed permanent magnet DC motor having a relatively flat rpm versus torque curve. The sander includes an AC to DC power supply, a remotely located on/off switch operated by a switch actuator bar extending transversely through the housing enabling the operator to actuate the on/off switch by alternatively pushing opposed ends of the actuator bar. The orbital sander further includes a fan having non-uniformly spaced blades, eliminating the need for a conventional counterweight, and a dust outlet adapted to be alternatively connected to a dust canister or alternate size collector vacuum hoses.

Miter Saw Having A Light Beam Alignment System

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US Patent:
7398719, Jul 15, 2008
Filed:
Jun 17, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/156358
Inventors:
David G. Peot - Easley SC, US
Philip F. Minalga - Anderson SC, US
George M. Hornick - Anderson SC, US
William C. Buck - Clemson SC, US
William E. Kaiser - Anderson SC, US
Assignee:
Eastway Fair Company Limited - Tortola
International Classification:
B26D 7/00
US Classification:
83520, 83521, 8352215, 83581, 30390
Abstract:
A table saw such as a chop saw, a miter saw, compound miter saw or a sliding compound miter saw that is provided with a laser arbor alignment system. An opaque shield or transparent shield having an opaque mask blocks the laser beam from being projected into a range of normal operator eye positions. One or more openings in the shield or opaque mask provide a sight line on a workpiece initially. As the saw is moved into engagement with the workpiece, the shield is pivoted away from the workpiece and a solid laser line is projected on the workpiece.

Table Saw With Cutting Tool Retraction System

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US Patent:
7698975, Apr 20, 2010
Filed:
Nov 24, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/720990
Inventors:
David G. Peot - Easley SC, US
William C. Buck - Clemson SC, US
Assignee:
Techtronic Power Tools Technology Limited - Tortola
International Classification:
B27B 5/29
US Classification:
83 58, 83 621, 83DIG 1, 834773, 834772
Abstract:
A table saw has a movable cutting tool for cutting a workpiece in a cutting region. The table saw includes a detection system to detect one or more conditions between a person and the cutting tool and a retraction system associated with the detection system. The retraction system retracts the cutting tool away from the cutting region independently of the motor and disengages the cutting tool from driving rotation with the motor upon detection of the one or more conditions by the detection system.

Saw Accessories And Clamp For Use Therewith

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US Patent:
8082826, Dec 27, 2011
Filed:
Mar 25, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/054934
Inventors:
David V. Keller - Jackson TN, US
Mark D. Hickok - Waukesha WI, US
Peter L. Domeny - Northbrook IL, US
David G. Peot - Easley SC, US
Stan M. Rodrigues - Pleasnaton CA, US
Christopher S. Tennant - Clemson SC, US
Assignee:
Power Tool Institute - Cleveland OH
International Classification:
B27G 19/02
US Classification:
831021, 83478
Abstract:
In at least one form of the invention, a clamp can be used to attach a saw accessory to a saw. In various embodiments, the clamp can comprise first and second clamping members, an actuator, and a controller. In various embodiments, the saw accessory can be disposed between the first and second clamping members where at least one of the first and second clamping members can be moved by the actuator in order to clamp the saw accessory therebetween. In at least one such embodiment, the controller can be in electrical and/or fluid communication with the actuator to activate the actuator. In various embodiments, the controller can be activated by an operator from a location proximate to the operator but remote from a blade of the saw.

Safety Devices For Saws

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US Patent:
8091456, Jan 10, 2012
Filed:
Mar 25, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/054881
Inventors:
David V. Keller - Jackson TN, US
Mark D. Hickok - Waukesha WI, US
Peter L. Domeny - Northbrook IL, US
David G. Peot - Easley SC, US
Stan M. Rodrigues - Pleasnaton CA, US
Christopher S. Tennant - Clemson SC, US
Assignee:
Power Tool Institute - Cleveland OH
International Classification:
B26D 7/22
US Classification:
834772, 8352211, 83DIG 1
Abstract:
In various embodiments, a saw can include a work surface and a blade at least partially extending through the work surface. In at least one embodiment, the saw can further include a sensor and a light emitter, wherein the light emitter can be configured to emit a first light beam and a second light beam onto at least a portion of the work surface. In various embodiments, the sensor can be can be configured to detect a plurality of saw conditions and, owing to communication between the sensor and the light emitter, the light emitter can be configured to emit the first light beam onto the work surface when the sensor detects a first saw condition and emit the second light beam onto the work surface when the sensor detects a second saw condition.

Safety Devices For Saws

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US Patent:
8479627, Jul 9, 2013
Filed:
Nov 29, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/306892
Inventors:
David V. Keller - Jackson TN, US
Mark D. Hickok - Waukesha WI, US
Peter L. Domeny - Northbrook IL, US
David G. Peot - Easley SC, US
Stan M. Rodrigues - Pleasnaton CA, US
Christopher S. Tennant - Clemson SC, US
Assignee:
Power Tool Institute - Cleveland OH
International Classification:
B26D 7/22
US Classification:
834772, 8352211, 83DIG 1
Abstract:
In various embodiments, a saw can include a work surface and a blade at least partially extending through the work surface. In at least one embodiment, the saw can further include a sensor and a light emitter, wherein the light emitter can be configured to emit a first light beam and a second light beam onto at least a portion of the work surface. In various embodiments, the sensor can be can be configured to detect a plurality of saw conditions and, owing to communication between the sensor and the light emitter, the light emitter can be configured to emit the first light beam onto the work surface when the sensor detects a first saw condition and emit the second light beam onto the work surface when the sensor detects a second saw condition.
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