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George A Sarinopoulos

from Oklahoma City, OK
Age ~89

George Sarinopoulos Phones & Addresses

  • 2712 Tudor Rd, Oklahoma City, OK 73127
  • Seattle, WA

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George Sarinopoulos
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Sarinopoulos Consulting
Business Consulting Services
2712 Tudor Rd, Oklahoma City, OK 73127

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Us Patents

Card Cage Assembly

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US Patent:
4013928, Mar 22, 1977
Filed:
Apr 24, 1974
Appl. No.:
5/463694
Inventors:
George A. Sarinopoulos - Oklahoma City OK
Robert E. McCarthy - Oklahoma City OK
Joseph R. Waldrop - Bethany OK
Assignee:
Honeywell Information Systems, Inc. - Waltham MA
International Classification:
H02B 102
US Classification:
361380
Abstract:
An improved card cage assembly used in data processing equipment to hold printed wire boards containing electrical circuitry. The improved assembly has a rear bar and a front bar with extruded channels formed therein. The channels receive thread-forming screws and a nut strip for ease in construction and for the elimination of back panel stresses.

Device For Sequentially Stacking Documents In A Paper Document Pocket

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US Patent:
5145165, Sep 8, 1992
Filed:
Apr 24, 1990
Appl. No.:
7/513988
Inventors:
George A. Sarinopoulos - Oklahoma City OK
Charles K. Eaton - Lewisville TX
Assignee:
BancTec, Inc. - Dallas TX
International Classification:
B65H 3106
US Classification:
271177
Abstract:
A pocket for receiving and stacking sorted documents from a high-speed reader sorter includes an anti-jamming device for engaging the documents in the pocket to urge the documents into a stacked configuration according to the sequence in which the documents enter the pocket. The device includes a casing having a plurality of flexible elements projecting therefrom, such that the elements extend transversely with respect to the path of the incoming documents. A document entering the pocket will bend at least some of the flexible elements along the path of the incoming document. The flexible elements deflect the previously pocketed documents out of the path of the incoming documents, to allow the incoming document to enter the pocket unimpeded. The flexible elements are held in discrete bundles by mounting the elements in trapezoidal-shaped cavities within the casing. The flexible elements have sufficient stiffness to resist bunching and tangling at the free ends of the flexible elements, such that the integrity of the individual bundles of flexible elements is maintained and the flexible elements exert a consistent biasing force on the documents to inhibit jamming and to urge the documents sequentially into the stacked configuration.
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