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Harry B Calvert

from Oak Hill, FL
Deceased

Harry Calvert Phones & Addresses

  • 288 Randle Ave, Oak Hill, FL 32759 (904) 345-1199 (386) 210-4091 (386) 345-1199
  • Seminole, FL
  • 245 North St, Altamonte Springs, FL 32714 (386) 345-1199
  • Osteen, FL
  • New Smyrna Beach, FL
  • Watkinsville, GA
  • Longwood, FL

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Harry Calvert

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Business Records

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Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Harry Calvert
Director
Pet Placement and Referral, Inc
PO Box 150279, Orlando, FL 32808
2506 Dardanelle Dr, Orlando, FL 32808

Publications

Isbn (Books And Publications)

Smythe's Mountains: The Climbs of F.S. Smythe

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Harry Calvert

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0575035501

Social Security Law

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Harry Calvert

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0421191104

Social Security Law

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Harry Calvert

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0421191201

Social Security Law

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Harry Calvert

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0421221208

Cases and Materials on Social Security Law

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Harry Calvert

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0421243805

Us Patents

Round Up Control System For Veneer Lathe

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US Patent:
53851854, Jan 31, 1995
Filed:
Aug 30, 1993
Appl. No.:
8/114766
Inventors:
Harry Calvert - New Smyrna Beach FL
Assignee:
Calvert Manufacturing, Inc. - Longwood FL
International Classification:
B27L 502
B27B 100
US Classification:
144212
Abstract:
In a veneer lathe having a knife mounted to a knife support frame with a backing plate, a roundup control system for a veneer lathe is disclosed that recognizes or detects the production of usable veneer using the body of the knife as a signal source. During initial production of veneer, the lathe produces a trash or roundup veneer that is directed to a chipper through a trashgate. When there begins production of usable veneer, the trashgate is closed and the usable veneer is directed toward production trays or stackers. A sensor or displacement detection device is mounted in the backing plate of the knife support frame lateral the unsupported portion of the knife. As the knife contacts wood, the unsupported span of the knife flexes causing the magnet to move which the sensor detects. The sensor outputs a voltage signal proportional to movement of the knife in magnitude and direction. This voltage signal is relayed to a central processing unit where it is converted into a digital signal.

Knife Pitch Control For Veneer Lathe

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US Patent:
43925197, Jul 12, 1983
Filed:
Feb 5, 1981
Appl. No.:
6/231872
Inventors:
Harry B. Calvert - Longwood FL
Assignee:
Calvert Manufacturing, Inc. - Longwood FL
International Classification:
B27L 502
US Classification:
144212
Abstract:
A veneer lathe having power spindle means for rotating a log on the spindle axis, a knife carriage disposed for movement transversely of said spindle axis, a knife rockably mounted on the carriage for movement laterally of the spindle axis, means for adjusting the pitch of the knife as it is moved toward the spindle axis, and means for correcting the pitch adjustment in accordance with lateral deflecting forces on the knife. A sensing device mounted adjacent the knife utilizes lateral deflection of the knife edge during the veneer peeling operation to generate a signal indicating the direction and amplitude of the deflection. The signal may be applied directly to a suitably calibrated deflection indicator. It may also be amplified and utilized to effect a correction in the pitch adjusting means so as to maintain the lateral forces on the knife in approximate balance, with a slight bias toward the wood.

Method And Apparatus For Rotary Cutting Of Wood Veneer

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US Patent:
59672080, Oct 19, 1999
Filed:
Apr 4, 1997
Appl. No.:
8/833298
Inventors:
Harry B. Calvert - New Smyrna Beach FL
Assignee:
Calvert Manufacturing, Inc. - Longwood FL
International Classification:
B27B 100
G05B 1918
B23Q 1500
US Classification:
144356
Abstract:
An improved apparatus and method for use in the rotary cutting of wood veneer is disclosed. The improved apparatus and method are preferably employed in connection with a conventional lathe having a pressure bar. Such a lathe is of the type that is used to produce wood veneer from a workpiece of wood, such as a log. The improvement is characterized as maintaining a preselected pressure of the pressure bar against the wood, and subsequently adjusting the preselected pressure bar position by using means for doing so, thereby producing wood veneer of uniform thickness and surface quality, independent of variations in wood density and wood hardness, such variations resulting from natural growth conditions and temperature of the wood.

Backup Roll Arrangement For Wood Veneer Lathe

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US Patent:
43960499, Aug 2, 1983
Filed:
Feb 5, 1981
Appl. No.:
6/231871
Inventors:
Harry B. Calvert - Longwood FL
Dewell M. Nelson - Riverdale GA
Assignee:
Calvert Manufacturing, Inc. - Longwood FL
International Classification:
B27L 502
US Classification:
144209R
Abstract:
A backup roll arrangement for peeling veneer from a log in a wood veneer lathe which includes a backup roll rotatably mounted on a carriage driven by a dc motor toward the center of the log during a veneer peeling operation. A control system coordinates the position of the backup roll with the position of a veneer knife blade on a knife carriage as it advances toward the axis of the rotating log to peel veneer. The backup roll is positioned intermediate the ends of the log and is controlled to be fed toward the log axis in coordination with the knife so as to prevent bending or bowing of the log core, particularly during the later stages of the veneer peeling operation. The backup roll assembly has a frame mounted generally above the veneer lathe such that as the backup roll carriage moves downwardly, the axis of rotation of the backup roll moves toward the axis of rotation of the log at a constant small angle from vertical.
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