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Luther Stoddard Phones & Addresses

  • 2768 Meadow Ln, Mead, CO 80542 (970) 535-4207
  • Thornton, CO
  • 2803 Humboldt Cir, Longmont, CO 80503 (303) 776-2505 (970) 535-4207
  • 2400 17Th Ave #305B, Longmont, CO 80503 (970) 535-4207
  • 807 S Terry St, Longmont, CO 80501 (970) 535-4207
  • 1428 Stuart St, Longmont, CO 80501 (303) 702-1196
  • 2161 Bowen St, Longmont, CO (867) 778-2508 (970) 535-4207
  • Blanchard, OK
  • Laramie, WY
  • Denver, CO
  • Noble, OK
  • Purcell, OK
  • 2768 Meadow Ln, Mead, CO 80542 (970) 371-7845

Work

Company: Retro-leds, llc Position: N/a

Education

Degree: Graduate or professional degree

Emails

l***d@aol.com

Industries

Electrical/Electronic Manufacturing

Resumes

Resumes

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N/a At Retro-Leds, Llc

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Position:
n/a at Retro-LEDs, LLC
Location:
Greater Denver Area
Industry:
Electrical/Electronic Manufacturing
Work:
Retro-LEDs, LLC
n/a

Publications

Us Patents

Perforated Flap With Dual Seals

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US Patent:
6807795, Oct 26, 2004
Filed:
Dec 19, 2001
Appl. No.:
10/029307
Inventors:
Luther B. Stoddard - Mead CO
Jerry Dale Pack - Pauls Valley OK
Assignee:
Burford Corp. - Maysville OK
International Classification:
B65B 5100
US Classification:
53417, 531365, 531387, 531388
Abstract:
A method and apparatus for forming a tamper resistant seal on a plastic bag containing a loaf of bread or other products is disclosed. The neck of the bag is flattened, gripped between a pair of upper inboard and outboard gathering belts and a pair of lower inboard and outboard gathering belts adjacent opposite sides of a segment of the neck of the bag. A row of perforations is formed in the bag neck as the bag moves adjacent a roller provided with teeth or cutting elements. Heated air jets are directed to engage the segment of the bag bridging between the inboard and the outboard gathering belts for fusing panels of the bag together to form a sealed strip spaced from the row of perforations in the bag neck to facilitate removal of the sealed strip from the bag.

Tamper Resistant Closure

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US Patent:
6854245, Feb 15, 2005
Filed:
Jun 1, 1999
Appl. No.:
09/701478
Inventors:
Luther Stoddard - Mead CO,
Jerry Dale Pack - Pauls Valley OK,
Assignee:
Burford Corp. - Mayville OK
International Classification:
B65B051/00
US Classification:
53417, 531365, 531387
Abstract:
A method and apparatus for forming a tamper resistant seal on a plastic bag containing a loaf of bread or other products is disclosed. The neck of the bag is flattened, gripped between a pair of lower inboard and out board gathering belts adjacent opposite sides of a segment of the neck of the bag. A row of perforations is formed in the bag neck as the bag moves adjacent a roller provided with teeth or cutting elements. Heated air jets are directed to engage the segment of the bag bridging between the inboard and the outboard of the bag bridging between the inboard and the strip from the bag.

Changing Threads In A Sewing Machine

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US Patent:
5603462, Feb 18, 1997
Filed:
Sep 9, 1993
Appl. No.:
8/118922
Inventors:
Daniel J. Conrad - Longmont CO
Luther Stoddard - Longmont CO
Michael G. Weir - Golden CO
Samuel Padgett - Denver CO
Dean Pearson - Arvada CO
Karl Kott - Como CO
Kurt L. Bolldorf - Kaiserslautem,
Assignee:
Melco Industries, Inc. - Denver CO
International Classification:
B65H 6904
B65H 5700
B65H 2024
D05B 4700
US Classification:
242 356R
Abstract:
A sewing machine is provided for splicing together two different threads. The machine includes a thread tree with a number of thread spools with each thread thereof being inserted through flexible plastic tubing. A movable carriage assembly locates the new thread to be spliced relative to a splicing device passageway that receives the new thread to be spliced along with the old thread. The splicing device includes a front air inlet for drawing the new thread into the passageway of the splicing device and a rear air inlet for creating air turbulence during the splicing operation. Also used in moving the new thread through the passageway is an insertion drive roller connected to a pivotal rocker. A thread clamp cover connected to the rocker cooperates with the trimmer blades to trim the old thread. A thread clamp and a thread clamp magnet cooperate to hold the old thread in a desired position during the insertion of the new thread into the splicing device.
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