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  • 408 Ballentine St, Holly Springs, NC 27540 (919) 567-0933
  • Cary, NC
  • Binghamton, NY
  • 408 W Ballentine St, Holly Springs, NC 27540 (919) 641-8327

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Apparatus And System To Attach A Member

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US Patent:
6824325, Nov 30, 2004
Filed:
Sep 23, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/252657
Inventors:
John Geoffrey Gundlach - Durham NC
Jerry Lee Gunter - Raleigh NC
Dean Frederick Herring - Youngsville NC
Glenn Edward Myrto - Holly Springs NC
Paul Andrew Wormsbecher - Apex NC
Assignee:
International Business Machines Corporation - Armonk NY
International Classification:
H05K 716
US Classification:
403329, 403326, 403327, 403321, 403325, 403315, 403316, 403317, 361724, 361725, 361726
Abstract:
A system and apparatus to couple a bracket member with a receiver member is disclosed. Embodiments may couple bracket members with receiver members, such as brackets to rails of racks, via a flexible member. The flexible member may secure a bracket member to a receiver member by fastening the bracket member to a corresponding extension or tab of the receiver member. Some embodiments may load a second portion of the flexible member such that pressure applied to the second portion can transfer the load to a first portion of the flexible member to facilitate coupling the bracket member with or decoupling the bracket member from the receiver member. In many of these embodiments, the load may transfer as a waveform along the flexible member. Further embodiments provide a lever for the second portion of the flexible member to facilitate transferring a load to the first portion.

Locking Turn Pin

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US Patent:
6955515, Oct 18, 2005
Filed:
Dec 9, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/731052
Inventors:
Richard Barina - Wellington FL,
Dean F. Herring - Youngsville NC,
Glenn E. Myrto - Holly Springs NC,
Assignee:
International Business Machines Corporation - Armonk NY
International Classification:
F16B019/00
US Classification:
411508, 411509, 411510
Abstract:
A hand tightened locking pin using a unique internal cam configuration to lock the pin assembly. The pin assembly includes a sleeve and a locking cam unit. The sleeve includes anti-rotation protrusions that match a keyhole in a first metal plate to prevent rotation of the sleeve. The pin assembly is inserted through the keyhole of the first metal plate and a circular hole in a second metal plate that lies on the first metal plate. When the locking cam unit, which is inside the sleeve, is rotated, a lower portion of the sleeve expands, locking the first and metal plates together. The cam is locked in position by concave shaped ends that mate over bulges in the lower portion of the sleeve. A locked/unlocked indicator on top of the pin assembly indicates when the concave shaped ends are mated with the bulges.

Board Connector Adjusting System

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US Patent:
7052291, May 30, 2006
Filed:
Dec 9, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/730970
Inventors:
Richard Barina - Wellington FL,
Dean F. Herring - Youngsville NC,
Glenn E. Myrto - Holly Springs NC,
Assignee:
International Business Machines Corporation - Armonk NY
International Classification:
H01R 13/648
US Classification:
439 92, 361758
Abstract:
A system permitting vertical and horizontal movement of a first board for proper mating of a first connector on the first board to a second connector on a second board. The first board being aligned pivots about a pivot pin, which is mounted on a mechanical plate at a first end of the board that is opposite to a second end of the board to which a first connector is mounted. This pivoting allows transverse (horizontal) movement of the first board. The first board floats on springs located between the first board and the mechanical plate to which the first board is mounted. These springs afford longitudinal (vertical) movement of the first board, while also providing a friction fit between the first board and the mechanical plate. When the first connector is aligned properly with as second connector on a second board, the first and second connectors can be mated.

Computer Module Connection

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US Patent:
7307835, Dec 11, 2007
Filed:
Aug 18, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/465476
Inventors:
Richard M. Barina - Sebring FL,
David L. Hager - Wake Forest NC,
Daniel P. Kelaher - Holly Springs NC,
Anthony Wayne Miles - Raleigh NC,
Glenn E. Myrto - Holly Springs NC,
Assignee:
International Business Machines Corporation - Armonk NY
International Classification:
G06F 1/16
US Classification:
361684, 248917, 700277
Abstract:
A computer drive module including at least one computer drive; a module housing; and a backplane printed circuit board. The module housing includes a first section adapted to be connected to a computer housing and a second section movably connected to the first section between a retracted position and an extended position. The second section is adapted to pivot relative to the first section when the second section is at the extended position. The backplane printed circuit board is connected to a rear end of the second section of the module housing.

Cable Management System

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US Patent:
7355120, Apr 8, 2008
Filed:
Jun 28, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/168585
Inventors:
Dean F. Herring - Youngsville NC,
Daniel P. Kelaher - Holly Springs NC,
Glenn E. Myrto - Holly Springs NC,
Paul A. Wormsbecher - Apex NC,
Assignee:
International Business Machines Corporation - Armonk NY
International Classification:
H02G 15/08
US Classification:
174 72A, 174481, 174 681, 174 683, 385134, 385135
Abstract:
An electronic module rack system includes a rack housing and opposing first and second rail members attached to the housing. A stabilizer bar is attached to the first and second rail members. The rail members support a cable trough assembly, and at least one cable separator retainer extends from the cable trough assembly. A method for managing cables for an electronic module includes connecting a first cable to the electronic module and connecting a second cable to the electronic module. The first cable is placed in a cable trough assembly and the second cable is placed in a cable separator retainer extending from the cable trough assembly. A cable support system includes a cable trough assembly and means for supporting cables outside the cable trough assembly.

Low Overhead Hinge Assembly

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US Patent:
7401380, Jul 22, 2008
Filed:
Sep 30, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/242584
Inventors:
Dean Frederick Herring - Youngsville NC,
Daniel Paul Kelaher - Holly Springs NC,
Glenn Edward Myrto - Holly Springs NC,
Paul Andrew Wormsbecher - Apex NC,
Assignee:
International Business Machines Corporation - Armonk NY
International Classification:
E05D 1/06
US Classification:
16268, 16257, 16260
Abstract:
A low overhead hinge assembly comprising a stationary hinge plate and a rotating hinge plate. The stationary hinge plate having a stationary hinge plate body portion and a plurality of stationary hinge plate digits coupled to the stationary hinge plate body portion, each of the stationary hinge plate digits having an opening therein. The rotating hinge plate having a rotating hinge plate body portion and a plurality of pins coupled to the rotating hinge plate body portion, wherein the stationary hinge plate digits are configured to be engaged with the rotating hinge plate pins so that each of a plurality of the rotating hinge plate pins is inserted into an opening in one of the stationary hinge plate digits so as to pivotally couple the rotating hinge plate to the stationary hinge plate.

Electronic Component Interconnection And Assembly

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US Patent:
7453690, Nov 18, 2008
Filed:
Sep 27, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/535570
Inventors:
Ian McFarlane Denny - Perth,
David Lee Hager - Wake Forest NC,
Dean Frederick Herring - Youngsville NC,
Jeffrey Millard Huson - Fremont CA,
Anthony Wayne Miles - Raleigh NC,
Glenn Edward Myrto - Holly Springs NC,
Assignee:
International Business Machines Corporation - Armonk NY
International Classification:
G06F 1/16
US Classification:
361685, 360 9701, 3123321
Abstract:
Assembly and connection of electronic components are provided. In one embodiment, electronic components such as a CPU planar, power supplies, and other electronic components or subassemblies are positioned within an enclosure. An interface board removably positionable in the enclosure carries a plurality of electronic connectors, providing an electronic interface between the CPU planar, power supplies, and other electronic subassemblies. The interface board is movably mounted to a component module on a track. The component module is inserted in a first bay, with the attached interface board in a first position. The interface board connects to a movable cable plate, and is subsequently moved to a second position along with the connected cable plate to move one or more of the connectors to a second bay. An electronic subassembly positioned in the second bay or another bay may then be connected the interface board. Other electronic components may be connected to the interface board via the cable plate.

Low Overhead Hinge Assembly

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US Patent:
20080029472, Feb 7, 2008
Filed:
Oct 12, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/871212
Inventors:
Dean Herring - Youngsville NC,
Daniel Kelaher - Holly Springs NC,
Glenn Myrto - Holly Springs NC,
Paul Wormsbecher - Apex NC,
International Classification:
A47F 5/10
US Classification:
211171000
Abstract:
A low overhead hinge assembly comprising a stationary hinge plate and a rotating hinge plate. The stationary hinge plate having a stationary hinge plate body portion and a plurality of stationary hinge plate digits coupled to the stationary hinge plate body portion, each of the stationary hinge plate digits having an opening therein. The rotating hinge plate having a rotating hinge plate body portion and a plurality of pins coupled to the rotating hinge plate body portion, wherein the stationary hinge plate digits are configured to be engaged with the rotating hinge plate pins so that each of a plurality of the rotating hinge plate pins is inserted into an opening in one of the stationary hinge plate digits so as to pivotally couple the rotating hinge plate to the stationary hinge plate.
Glenn E Myrto from Holly Springs, NC, age ~62 Get Report