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  • Park Ridge, IL
  • 3308 N Orange Ave, Chicago, IL 60634 (773) 887-4529
  • 7632 W Devon Ave, Chicago, IL 60631

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Resumes

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Mechanical Designer

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Location:
Chicago, IL
Industry:
Electrical/Electronic Manufacturing
Work:
S&C Electric Company
Mechanical Designer
Skills:
Design For Manufacturing
Gd&T
Autocad
Manufacturing
Mechanical Engineering
Engineering
Solid Edge
Solidworks
Engineering Management
Lean Manufacturing
Pro Engineer
Sheet Metal
Inventor
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Daniel Arnswald

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Location:
Chicago, IL
Industry:
Hospital & Health Care
Work:
Loyola University Health System Jun 2008 - Jul 2010
Radiographer

Loyola University Medical Center Oct 2005 - Jun 2008
Radiographer
Education:
Dominican University 2006 - 2008
Bachelors, Bachelor of Science, Biology, Chemistry
City Colleges of Chicago - Wilbur Wright College 2002 - 2005
Associates
Skills:
Patient Safety
Microsoft Office
Microsoft Excel
Microsoft Word
Certifications:
Radiography
Cardiac-Interventional Radiography
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Daniel Arnswald

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Location:
Chicago, IL
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Daniel Arnswald

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Publications

Us Patents

Frame Brace And Center Clamp

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US Patent:
20020046676, Apr 25, 2002
Filed:
Dec 26, 2001
Appl. No.:
10/025735
Inventors:
Daniel Arnswald - Chicago IL, US
Thomas Heyden - Arlington Heights IL, US
Curtis Hoover - Tinley Park IL, US
International Classification:
B61D001/00
US Classification:
105/157100
Abstract:
A rail car truck includes a pair of longitudinally spaced wheelsets, a pair of laterally spaced side frames extending between and supported by the wheelsets and a bolster which extends between the side frames to support a vehicle body. There is a brace connected between the side frames to control relative longitudinal movement therebetween. The brace includes a center clamp assembly located generally intermediate the side frames and generally mid-way between the wheelsets. Each side frame mounts a pair of longitudinally spaced end blocks. There are four struts, each being inclined to the longitudinal axis of the truck and each extending from and being connected to an end block and to the clamp assembly.

Compartmentalized Power Distribution Equipment Enclosure

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US Patent:
20070194672, Aug 23, 2007
Filed:
Oct 10, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/545172
Inventors:
Stephanie Hibicke - Gurnee IL, US
Daniel Arnswald - Chicago IL, US
James Fargo - Winnetka IL, US
Raymond Loback - Aurora IL, US
Buddy McGlone - Lombard IL, US
Edmund Dizon - Chicago IL, US
International Classification:
A47B 81/00
A47B 97/00
US Classification:
312223100
Abstract:
A compartmentalized electrical power distribution enclosure comprising: a outer enclosure defining an interior; a compartment enclosure disposed within the interior, the compartment enclosure including a plurality of interconnected panels, a panel of the plurality of interconnected panels being removable from the compartment enclosure and replaceable to the compartment enclosure by relative movement of the panel with respect to an adjacent panel without the use of tools, the removal of fasteners or damage to the panel or adjacent panel.

Frame Brace And Center Clamp

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US Patent:
6357360, Mar 19, 2002
Filed:
Nov 1, 1999
Appl. No.:
09/431108
Inventors:
Daniel G. Arnswald - Chicago IL
Thomas J. Heyden - Arlington Heights IL
Curtis W. Hoover - Tinley Park IL
Assignee:
Standard Car Truck Company - Park Ridge IL
International Classification:
B61F 500
US Classification:
1051821
Abstract:
A rail car truck includes a pair of longitudinally spaced wheelsets, a pair of laterally spaced side frames extending between and supported by the wheelsets and a bolster which extends between the side frames to support a vehicle body. There is a brace connected between the side frames to control relative longitudinal movement therebetween. The brace includes a center clamp assembly located generally intermediate the side frames and generally mid-way between the wheelsets. Each side frame mounts a pair of longitudinally spaced end blocks. There are four struts, each being inclined to the longitudinal axis of the truck and each extending from and being connected to an end block and to the clamp assembly.
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