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Fred Daris

from Clarkston, MI
Age ~68

Fred Daris Phones & Addresses

  • 7624 Phelan Dr, Clarkston, MI 48346
  • Sterling Heights, MI

Work

Position: Homemaker

Education

Degree: High school graduate or higher

Publications

Us Patents

Passenger Airbag Assembly

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US Patent:
6789816, Sep 14, 2004
Filed:
Dec 6, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/310943
Inventors:
William Mar - Springfield Township MI
Fred Daris - Clarkston MI
John Rust - Rochester MI
Assignee:
DaimlerChrysler Corporation - Auburn Hills MI
International Classification:
B60R 2120
US Classification:
2807283, 280732
Abstract:
A passenger airbag assembly is provided with a guide chute. The chute guides a deploying airbag to a door in the instrument panel. The door comprises steel inserts molded into the material of the door. The steel inserts include three slots spaced apart to absorb stress. To reinforce the hinges of the door, a guide or reinforcement ledge is provided at the sides. To reinforce the ledge, ramps are provided on the underside of the ledge.

Seat Belt Latchplate

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US Patent:
5984358, Nov 16, 1999
Filed:
Nov 24, 1997
Appl. No.:
8/976911
Inventors:
William Mar - Clinton Township MI
Fred Daris - Clarkston MI
Gary Bityk - Royal Oak MI
Randall J. Ryszewski - Grosse Pointe Woods MI
Assignee:
Chrysler Corporation - Auburn Hills MI
International Classification:
B60R 2200
US Classification:
280808
Abstract:
An improved seat belt latchplate having a plurality or ribs in a web-guiding slot for resisting, roping and twisting of a seat belt webbing.

Energy Absorbing Vehicle Trim Molding

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US Patent:
5709407, Jan 20, 1998
Filed:
Oct 13, 1995
Appl. No.:
8/542980
Inventors:
James E. Stephens - Ortoville MI
Messaoud Founas - Auburn Hills MI
Fred Daris - Clarkston MI
Sukhbir S. Bilkhu - Rochester Hills MI
Assignee:
Chrysler Corporation - Auburn Hills MI
International Classification:
B60R 2104
US Classification:
280751
Abstract:
A vehicle body interior trim molding for attachment to a pillar curved metal shell structure for absorbing energy to protect occupants of the passenger compartment in case of an accident. The molding includes an elongated molding panel of generally concavo-convex curved section having an outwardly facing concave surface formed with a plurality of saber-shaped parallel transversely disposed ribs. Each rib has a proximal convex curved base edge, integrally molded to the concave surface, and a distal concave curved free edge positioned in juxtaposed conformity with an opposed convex curved surface of the pillar shell. The molding panel ribs cooperate with the shell for absorbing forces exerted thereon by an occupant striking the molding panel by initial deflection of the panel together with one for more of the ribs, and thereafter permanent deformation of the panel and one or more of the ribs if the force is sufficiently great.

Airbag Cover Assembly With Integrated Hinge

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US Patent:
5915724, Jun 29, 1999
Filed:
Dec 3, 1997
Appl. No.:
8/984551
Inventors:
Fred Daris - Clarkston MI
John C. Rust - Rochester Hills MI
Randall J. Ryszewski - Grosse Pointe Woods MI
Assignee:
Chrysler Corporation - Auburn Hills MI
International Classification:
B60R 2116
US Classification:
2807283
Abstract:
An airbag cover assembly comprises a molded plastic airbag door hinged to a molded plastic instrument panel to cover an airbag opening in the instrument panel. At least one hinge member is integrally molded on a portion of the door. At least one hinge member is integrally molded on a portion of the instrument panel. The hinge members are shaped to define aligned channels. A hinge pin extends through the aligned panels to pivotally mount the door.

Free Running Cinching Seat Belt Latchplate

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US Patent:
4935994, Jun 26, 1990
Filed:
Dec 11, 1989
Appl. No.:
7/448383
Inventors:
Marion C. Boone - Oak Park MI
Fred Daris - Sterling Heights MI
Douglas J. Inch - Gibraltar MI
Assignee:
Chrysler Corporation - Highland Park MI
International Classification:
A44B 1110
B60R 2110
US Classification:
24196
Abstract:
A seat belt latchplate is disclosed for use in association with a three-point seat belt harness wherein the latchplate is mounted at an intermediate point on the belt formed with a tongue portion adapted to be releasably anchored to an associated releasable buckle positioned inboard of the vehicle passenger seat. The latchplate has a trough-shaped depression providing a cross bar defined by a pair of symmetrically disposed belt slots located in each sloped side of the depression. A J-shaped lock bar is supported on the cross bar enabling the belt to be weaved through one slot and over the lock bar for passage through the other slot. With the latchplate in its free running stowed mode the belt is straight allowing the lock bar to float for free sliding travel of the belt through the latchplate slots. In its latched mode the belt is pulled around a hook-shaped portion of the lock bar causing the bar to rock and pinch the belt in its cinching mode releasably locking the passenger in the vehicle seat.

Passenger Air Bag Door

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US Patent:
5456487, Oct 10, 1995
Filed:
Aug 22, 1994
Appl. No.:
8/293263
Inventors:
Fred Daris - Clarkston MI
Randall J. Ryszewski - Grosse Pointe Woods MI
John Rust - Rochester MI
Assignee:
Chrysler Corporation - Highland Park MI
International Classification:
B60R 2120
B60R 2122
US Classification:
2807283
Abstract:
An instrument panel assembly comprises an instrument panel wall having an opening through which an air bag is deployed. The opening is normally closed by a pair of doors. Each door has a metal door panel provided with an integral hinge extending along the curved edge of the opening. The hinge is curved to match the curve of the edge. The hinge is slotted at spaced points along its length. A plastic pad covers the swinging edge portion of each door panel. The pads and slots resist kinking of the hinges when the doors swing open.

Anti-Roping Turning Loop

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US Patent:
6290259, Sep 18, 2001
Filed:
Dec 18, 1998
Appl. No.:
9/215800
Inventors:
Thomas Drobot - Plymouth MI
William Mar - Clinton Township MI
Fred Daris - Clarkston MI
White David - Rochester Hills MI
Assignee:
DaimlerChrysler Corporation - Auburn Hills MI
International Classification:
B60R 2218
US Classification:
280808
Abstract:
An anti-roping turning loop is provided for a vehicle seatbelt. The turning loop defines a guide slot which is provided with anti-roping projections which prevent twisting of the seatbelt web.
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