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John R Widly

from Santa Ana, CA
Age ~58

John Widly Phones & Addresses

  • 12574 Vista Panorama, Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 633-6007
  • North Tustin, CA
  • 11155 Meads, Orange, CA 92869 (714) 633-0836
  • 2627 Bourbon St, Orange, CA 92865 (714) 921-9419
  • 785 E Harrison St #100, Corona, CA 92879
  • 785 Harrison St, Corona, CA 92879
  • 2341 Pomona Rincon Rd #105, Corona, CA 92880 (714) 633-0836
  • Riverside, CA
  • Ramona, CA
  • Solana Beach, CA
  • Lomita, CA
  • Aliso Viejo, CA
  • Anaheim, CA
  • Los Angeles, CA
  • Corona del Mar, CA

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President, American Furniture Alliance

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Position:
President at American Furniture Alliance
Location:
Greater Los Angeles Area
Industry:
Furniture
Work:
American Furniture Alliance since 1987
President

Digital Security Concepts Feb 1987 - Mar 1999
President
Education:
Vanguard University of Southern California 1980 - 1984
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) Magna Cum Laude, Business with an emphasis in Management and an emphasis in Marketing, as well as a minor in Religion
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John Widly

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Location:
United States

Publications

Us Patents

E-Frame Futon

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US Patent:
2002010, Aug 15, 2002
Filed:
Feb 12, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/781141
Inventors:
John Widly - Santa Ana CA,
Mark Markos - Santa Ana CA,
International Classification:
A47C017/16
US Classification:
005/043000, 005/110000, 005/045000
Abstract:
A new simple and inexpensive futon frame which can be converted from a bed to a sofa. The frame is fabricated in a three-section, tri-fold configuration with three sections hingedly joined together. When opened, the segments of the frame form a horizontal bed support frame. The hinge points of the frame are offset to allow for folding of the frame into the sofa and/or into a small, compact unit for ease in shipping. Each of the frame sections has support legs, some of which are foldably mounted to the frame. The back legs of the frame (when it is a bed) become a support for the back of the frame (when it is a sofa). The use of a steel mesh as the futon mattress supporting surface adds great benefit to the product in that it allows use of a much thinner (less costly) futon mattress.

Hand Held Wand For Transferring Data From One Device To Another

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US Patent:
5359283, Oct 25, 1994
Filed:
Mar 29, 1993
Appl. No.:
8/039577
Inventors:
Alan E. Strick - Hopedale MA
John R. Widly - Orange CA
Assignee:
Brooklyn Computer Systems Inc. - Brooklyn NY
International Classification:
G01R 3102
US Classification:
324 725
Abstract:
A hand held wand utilizes an elongated rigid hollow longitudinally extending stainless steel tube open at both ends. A data collection probe is disposed in one tube end. A data uploading port is disposed in the other tube end. The probe and port each include a stainless steel body electrically and mechanically engaging the tube. Each body has a front surface disposed outside of the tube with a peripheral annular ring and a central recess extending inwardly and terminating in a rear surface having a first opening. Each body also includes a corresponding longitudinally extending central electrode disposed in the corresponding recess. Each central electrode has an exposed front surface flush with the ring and a rear surface aligned with and spaced from the opening. Electrical insulation is disposed in the recess to electrically isolate the electrode from the body and the tube. The two bodies and the tube define a common external electrical ground with respect to the central electrodes.

Apparatus For Removing Marine Growth From Pylons

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US Patent:
4809381, Mar 7, 1989
Filed:
Jan 25, 1988
Appl. No.:
7/148067
Inventors:
Alan K. Brandenburger - Orange CA
John R. Widly - Orange CA
International Classification:
A47L 700
US Classification:
15 17
Abstract:
An underwater pylon cleaning apparatus is disclosed in which a rigid suction conduit mounted on an oceangoing vessel includes an eductor therein for providing a suction or lower pressure at the conduit inlet when water under pressure is supplied by a pump to the inlet of the eductor. A flexible hose connects an intake nozzle having an opening adapted to conform to the lateral surface of a cylindrical pylon to the inlet of the suction conduit. A discharge hose is connected to the outlet of the suction conduit by a flexible hose so that a diver may position the intake nozzle against the marine growth attached to the pylon whereby the growth will be removed from the pylon, transported through the hose and suction conduit and expelled through the outlet hose.
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