Garry Paulin Phones & Addresses

  • Cleveland, OH


Company: Rafter equipment corp. Jan 2013 to Sep 2013 Position: Engineering manager


Degree: CAD Design Certificate School / High School: Lakeland Community College 2009 to 2009 Specialities: AutoCAD and Solidworks


Co-Inventor of U.S. Patent #5,529,320 • Academic advisor for local High School's Vocational Drafting Course (1981 & 1984)


Mechanical or Industrial Engineering



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Engineering Manager At Rafter Equipment Corp.

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Engineering Manager at Rafter Equipment Corp.
Cleveland/Akron, Ohio Area
Mechanical or Industrial Engineering
Rafter Equipment Corp. since Jan 2013
Engineering Manager

Rafter Equipment May 2010 - Jan 2013
Mechanical Designer

Royalton Industries Dec 2009 - May 2010
Mechanical Designer

Alcoa Forged Wheel Division Aug 2008 - Jan 2009
Mechanical Designer (Contractor)

The Robbins Company Mar 2008 - Jun 2008
Mechanical Designer (Contractor)
Lakeland Community College 2009 - 2009
CAD Design Certificate, AutoCAD and Solidworks
Kent State University 1975 - 1977
n/a, Architectural Technology
Mayfield High School 1971 - 1975
Grad., College Prep. & Voc. Drafting
Honor & Awards:
Co-Inventor of U.S. Patent #5,529,320 Academic advisor for local High School's Vocational Drafting Course (1981 & 1984)


Us Patents

Quick Change Top Jaw

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US Patent:
5529320, Jun 25, 1996
Mar 20, 1995
Appl. No.:
Randall E. Roberts - Twinsburg OH
Garry Paulin - Willoughby Hills OH
Illinois Tool Works, Inc. - Glenview IL
International Classification:
B23B 3116
US Classification:
A top jaw for attachment to a master jaw slidable radially in a front face of a rotary chuck toward and away from a central rotational axis of the chuck, the top jaw being suitable for alternate gripping of the inside and outside periphery of a tubular workpiece. When positioned for gripping the outside periphery of a workpiece the top jaw includes a base having a radial locating face and a second locating face directed centrally of a chuck and an insert having a radial locating surface and a transverse locating surface facing away from the chuck axis and cooperating with said base second locating face. One of the base and insert have a slot with side locating faces perpendicular to the radial locating face and the other of the base and insert have a projection with locating surfaces perpendicular to the radial locating face, each opposing an associated one of the side locating faces. A fastener connects the insert to the base.
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