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Allen D Degan

age ~68

from Redding, CA

Also known as:
  • Allen Degan
  • David Allen Degan
  • David Degan
  • Allan Degan
  • Allen De Gan
  • David Degan Allen
  • Dave Degan
896 Santa Cruz Dr, Redding, CA 96003530-241-4749

Allen Degan Phones & Addresses

  • 896 Santa Cruz Dr, Redding, CA 96003 • 530-241-4749
  • 3240 Winding Way, Redding, CA 96003 • 530-241-4749
  • 1996 Juarez Ln, Redding, CA 96003 • 530-241-4749
  • 655 Hilltop Dr, Redding, CA 96003
  • Shasta, CA
  • Eureka, CA

Us Patents

  • Computer-Controlled Band Saw Sharpener

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  • US Patent:
    6374703, Apr 23, 2002
  • Filed:
    Mar 30, 2000
  • Appl. No.:
    09/539267
  • Inventors:
    Gary E. Schurb - Eureka CA
    Allen D. Degan - Redding CA
    Andrew P. Gordon - Eureka CA
    Richard W. Mayberry - Blue Lake CA
  • Assignee:
    Sequoia Saw Supply Co., Inc. - Eureka CA
  • International Classification:
    B23D 6312
  • US Classification:
    76 40, 76 37, 76 43
  • Abstract:
    A computer-controlled band saw sharpener employing electrically powered, X and Y axis drivers, each having a reciprocating element. The X-axis driver actuates a feed finger mechanism, to index the saw in repetitive, stepped fashion, while each tooth is successively ground. In concert with the X-axis driver, the Y axis driver repetitively lowers and raises a grinding head, provided with a rotary grinding wheel. Both the X and Y axis drivers include servomotors to rotate the shaft of an elongated ball screw. A carrier box houses a non-rotatable ball screw nut. The nut travels back and forth along the ball screw shaft in accordance with its direction and extent of rotation. Drive arms for the feed finger mechanism and the grinding head mechanism are bolted at their lower ends to a threaded bushing in the nut carrier box. The computerized controller is programmable, to produce virtually any desired tooth shape in the saw. Standard-tooth profiles, variable-pitch tooth profiles, and variable depth tooth profiles may be selected by touching a button on the controllers panel.
  • Computer-Controlled Band Saw Sharpener

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  • US Patent:
    6487937, Dec 3, 2002
  • Filed:
    Nov 14, 2001
  • Appl. No.:
    09/992179
  • Inventors:
    Gary E. Schurb - Eureka CA,
    Allen D. Degan - Redding CA,
    Andrew P. Gordon - Eureka CA,
    Richard W. Mayberry - Blue Lake CA,
  • International Classification:
    B23D 6312
  • US Classification:
    76 40, 409159
  • Abstract:
    A computer-controlled band saw sharpener employing electrically powered, X and Y axis drivers, each having a reciprocating element. The X-axis driver actuates a feed finger mechanism, to index the saw in repetitive, stepped fashion, while each tooth is successively ground. In concert with the X-axis driver, the Y axis driver repetitively lowers and raises a grinding head, provided with a rotary grinding wheel. Both the X and Y axis drivers include servomotors to rotate the shaft of an elongated ball screw. A carrier box houses a non-rotatable ball screw nut. The nut travels back and forth along the ball screw shaft in accordance with its direction and extent of rotation. Drive arms for the feed finger mechanism and the grinding head mechanism are bolted at their lower ends to a threaded bushing in the nut carrier box. The computerized controller is programmable, to produce virtually any desired tooth shape in the saw. Standard-tooth profiles, variable-pitch tooth profiles, and variable depth tooth profiles may be selected by touching a button on the controllers panel.
  • Saw Guide With Cooling And Lubricating Capability

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  • US Patent:
    4715254, Dec 29, 1987
  • Filed:
    Jan 14, 1987
  • Appl. No.:
    7/003061
  • Inventors:
    Allen D. DeGan - Redding CA
  • International Classification:
    B27B 529
  • US Classification:
    83169
  • Abstract:
    A saw guide is provided with cooling and lubricating capability which guides a saw during cutting of wood and other materials and includes a mixing capability so that two coolants and/or lubricants can be mixed at the saw guide just prior to cooling or lubrication of a saw blade to reduce the likelihood of separation of insoluble combinations of coolants and/or lubricants prior to application to the saw blade.

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