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Joseph S Olasz

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from Bradenton, FL

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  • Joseph Olasz

Joseph Olasz Phones & Addresses

  • Bradenton, FL
  • North Kingstown, RI
  • Providence, RI

Us Patents

  • Drive System For Air Bearing Machines

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  • US Patent:
    47247134, Feb 16, 1988
  • Filed:
    Nov 1, 1985
  • Appl. No.:
    6/794139
  • Inventors:
    Joseph S. Olasz - Kingston RI
    Robert P. Callaghan - Westerly RI
  • Assignee:
    Federal Products Corp. - Providence RI
  • International Classification:
    F16H 2508
  • US Classification:
    74 89
  • Abstract:
    An improved drive system for machines incorporating air bearings is disclosed. The drive system eliminates backlash, introduces no vibrations or noise into the moving structures, requires no lubrication and excells in being compact and simple. The drive system essentially includes a stationary bar mounted in one axis of motion of the machine, a wedge member mounted for drivingly engaging the bar on one side, a preloader mounted for operatively engaging the bar on the opposite side, and a pair of springs urging the preloader to urge the wedge member into driving engagement with the bar. The drive system is coupled to a positioning servo system, which provides control of the drive system's position and speed. Preferably, the wedge angle of the wedge member is from about 15. degree. to about 30. degree.
  • Bore Gage

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  • US Patent:
    41708318, Oct 16, 1979
  • Filed:
    Jun 21, 1978
  • Appl. No.:
    5/917640
  • Inventors:
    Joseph S. Olasz - North Kingstown RI
  • Assignee:
    Federal Products Corporation - Providence RI
  • International Classification:
    G01B 512
  • US Classification:
    33178R
  • Abstract:
    A measurement instrument in the form of a bore gage comprises a tubular casing within which there is centered a longitudinal member, one end of which transmits its movements to a gaging device, and the other end of which is coupled to contact elements that move transverse to the casing. The contact elements are characterized as having at least a hemispherical end which engages a pair of cylindrical segments that are cut into opposed V grooves on the other end of the longitudinal member.
  • Bore Gage

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  • US Patent:
    40302024, Jun 21, 1977
  • Filed:
    Dec 12, 1975
  • Appl. No.:
    5/640271
  • Inventors:
    Mohamed F. A. Fadl - West Warwick RI
    Joseph S. Olasz - North Kingstown RI
  • Assignee:
    Federal Products Corporation - Providence RI
  • International Classification:
    G01B 712
  • US Classification:
    33178E
  • Abstract:
    A bore gage that is used for determining the diameter of a bore or hole is provided with a measuring head comprising a cylindrical housing. Within the housing is an electrical measuring member or transducer that can take the form of a linear voltage differential transformer. Contact points or probes are connected to each of the moving elements and pass through bearing members on the surface of the housing which retain the transducer therein.

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