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Thomas F Shilale

age ~75

from Douglas, MA

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Phone and address:
232 Yew St, Douglas, MA 01516
5084763511

Thomas Shilale Phones & Addresses

  • 232 Yew St, East Douglas, MA 01516 • 5084763511
  • 242 Yew St, Douglas, MA 01516 • 5084763511
  • Beverly, MA
  • 232 Yew St #V, Douglas, MA 01516 • 5082800858

Work

  • Position:
    Executive, Administrative, and Managerial Occupations

Education

  • Degree:
    High school graduate or higher

Interests

job inquiries, expertise requests, busin...

Industries

Plastics

Us Patents

  • Method Of Making A Cable Tie Using Insert Molding

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  • US Patent:
    6863855, Mar 8, 2005
  • Filed:
    May 15, 2001
  • Appl. No.:
    09/858202
  • Inventors:
    Thomas Shilale - Douglas MA, US
  • Assignee:
    Avery Dennison Corporation - Pasadena CA
  • International Classification:
    B29C045/14
    B29C070/72
  • US Classification:
    264151, 264148, 264153, 264154, 264250, 264267, 264274
  • Abstract:
    Cable tie and method of making the same. In a preferred embodiment, the method comprises continuously forming a length of strap material using a rotary extrusion process, the strap material having laterally-extending teeth disposed along its entire length. The continuous length of strap material is then cut into individual straps of desired length, with the ends of each strap being shaped to desired profiles. A transverse hole may also be formed in the strap proximate to its front end. A front portion comprising a head is then insert-molded around the front end of the strap and, if present, the transverse hole in the strap. The head is provided with a transverse channel through which the tail end of the strap may be inserted and a locking tang lockably engageable with the teeth once inserted therepast.
  • Continuously Connected Fastener Stock And Method Of Manufacturing The Same

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  • US Patent:
    7308983, Dec 18, 2007
  • Filed:
    Aug 23, 2001
  • Appl. No.:
    09/938283
  • Inventors:
    Thomas Shilale - Douglas MA, US
    William J. Cooper - Woonsocket RI, US
    Steven E. Flannery - Wayland MA, US
    Jeffrey A. Raymond - Leominster MA, US
  • Assignee:
    Avery Dennison Corporation - Pasadena CA
  • International Classification:
    B65D 85/24
  • US Classification:
    206346, 206820
  • Abstract:
    Continuously connected fastener stock and a method of making same. The method, in one embodiment involves providing a rotating molding wheel, the wheel being provided with a peripheral impression comprising a pair of peripherally-extending side members interconnected by a plurality of cross-links. Molten plastic is extruded into the peripheral impression of the wheel, with a layer of controlled film overlying the peripheral impression. The molten plastic is then allowed to solidify. A knife in substantially elliptical contact with the peripheral impression is then used to skive excess plastic from the rotating molding wheel. The knife is provided with a pair of cut-out portions along its bottom edge, each cut-out portion being aligned with one of the peripherally-extending side members so as to augment the transverse cross-sectional size thereof. The continuously connected fastener stock thus formed is then removed from the rotating molding wheel. The fastener stock includes in one embodiment first and second side members each being generally circular in cross-section and a plurality of cross-links each having a flat surface.
  • Low Melt Plastic Fastener

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  • US Patent:
    8192825, Jun 5, 2012
  • Filed:
    Oct 14, 2008
  • Appl. No.:
    12/287895
  • Inventors:
    Thomas Shilale - Douglas MA, US
  • Assignee:
    Avery Dennison Corporation - Pasadena CA
  • International Classification:
    B65D 85/24
    G09F 3/12
  • US Classification:
    428 99, 24298, 24300, 206338, 206340, 206343, 206345, 206346, 428223, 4282991
  • Abstract:
    A low-melt plastic fastener. According to one embodiment, the low-melt plastic fastener is shaped to include a flexible filament having a first cross-bar at a first end, and a second cross-bar at a second end. The filament, the first cross-bar, and the second cross-bar may be formed from the same material and may be molded as a unitary structure. Preferably, the fastener is molded as part of a length of continuously connected ladder stock. The plastic fastener is preferably made from a formulation consisting of about 60-99%, by weight, of a low-melt polyurethane and 1-40%, by weight, of a styrene acrylonitrile. The formulation is selected so that the filament melts when heated for about 10 minutes at 130-180° C.
  • Cable Tie

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  • US Patent:
    8510918, Aug 20, 2013
  • Filed:
    Feb 22, 2010
  • Appl. No.:
    12/660174
  • Inventors:
    Thomas Shilale - Douglas MA, US
    David L. Schuttler - Townsend MA, US
  • Assignee:
    Avery Dennison Corporation - Pasadena CA
  • International Classification:
    B65D 63/10
  • US Classification:
    24 16PB
  • Abstract:
    A two-piece cable tie for bundling a plurality of objects, such as cables or wires, includes a front portion that is insert-molded onto a connective segment of a flexible strap, the front portion being constructed out of a higher tensile strength plastic than the strap to maximize the load rating of the tie without significantly increasing material costs. In one embodiment, the connective segment of the strap is shaped to include a pair of opposing semi-circular cutouts in its side rails to enhance the strength of mechanical bonding achieved by the front portion around the strap. In addition, the connective segment is shaped to include a circular hole that is offset longitudinally from the opposing cutouts, the diameter of the circular opening not exceeding 40% of the maximum width of the strap to ensure the integrity and strength of the strap along the entirety of its length.
  • Continuously Connected Fastener Stock And Method Of Manufacturing The Same

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  • US Patent:
    20030011096, Jan 16, 2003
  • Filed:
    Jul 12, 2001
  • Appl. No.:
    09/904173
  • Inventors:
    Thomas Shilale - Douglas MA, US
    William Cooper - Woonsocket RI, US
    Steven Flannery - Wayland MA, US
    Jeffrey Raymond - Leominster MA, US
  • International Classification:
    B29C047/00
  • US Classification:
    264/145000, 264/177100, 264/167000
  • Abstract:
    Continuously connected fastener stock and a method of making same. In one embodiment, the method involves providing a rotating molding wheel, the wheel being provided with a peripheral impression comprising a pair of peripherally-extending side members interconnected by a plurality of cross-links. Molten plastic is extruded into the peripheral impression of the wheel, with a layer of controlled film overlying the peripheral impression. The molten plastic is then allowed to solidify. A knife in substantially elliptical contact with the peripheral impression is then used to skive excess plastic from the rotating molding wheel. The knife is provided with a pair of cut-out portions along its bottom edge, each cut-out portion being aligned with one of the peripherally extending side members so as to augment the transverse cross-sectional size thereof. The continuously connected fastener stock thus formed is then removed from the rotating molding wheel.
  • Fastener Assembly And Method Of Making The Same

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  • US Patent:
    20040205939, Oct 21, 2004
  • Filed:
    Apr 16, 2003
  • Appl. No.:
    10/414828
  • Inventors:
    William Cooper - Woonsocket RI, US
    Thomas Shilale - Douglas MA, US
    John Earley - Northboro MA, US
  • International Classification:
    B65D063/00
  • US Classification:
    024/0160PB
  • Abstract:
    A fastener assembly includes, in one embodiment, a fastener and a label secured to the fastener. The fastener is an elongated unitary plastic member having a first end shaped to define a cross-bar, a second end shaped to define a paddle, and a thin flexible filament which interconnects the cross-bar and the paddle. The label, which is provided with a product identifier such as a company or product name, is secured to the paddle of the fastener using a pressure-sensitive adhesive. An in-line system for manufacturing a continuous clip of the fastener assemblies includes an apparatus for molding a continuous strip of fasteners, a stretching device for stretching selected portions of each fastener, a pressure-sensitive labeling device for applying a label onto the paddle of each fastener, and an apparatus for winding the clip into a roll suitable for packaging.
  • Fastener Assembly And Method Of Making The Same

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  • US Patent:
    20040205940, Oct 21, 2004
  • Filed:
    Oct 30, 2003
  • Appl. No.:
    10/697992
  • Inventors:
    William Cooper - Woonsocket RI, US
    Thomas Shilale - Douglas MA, US
    John Earley - Northboro MA, US
  • International Classification:
    B65D063/00
  • US Classification:
    024/0160PB
  • Abstract:
    A fastener assembly includes a molded plastic fastener. The molded plastic fastener includes a filament, a paddle at one end of the filament, and a cross-bar at the other end of the filament. The fastener assembly additionally includes identifying matter, such as a logo, barcode or numerical value, which is provided onto the paddle of the plastic fastener. In one embodiment, the identifying matter is retained onto the paddle using a label. In another embodiment, the identifying matter is printed directly onto the paddle using an inkjet printer. In another embodiment, the identifying matter is formed directly into the shape of the paddle either through the molding process for the plastic fastener or through a subsequent stamping process.
  • Method Of Providing Information Relating To An Article

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  • US Patent:
    20060117532, Jun 8, 2006
  • Filed:
    Oct 17, 2005
  • Appl. No.:
    11/252251
  • Inventors:
    William Cooper - Woonsocket RI, US
    Thomas Shilale - Douglas MA, US
    John Earley - Northboro MA, US
  • International Classification:
    B65D 67/02
  • US Classification:
    0240160PB
  • Abstract:
    A method of providing information relating to an article of commerce includes the steps of providing a unitary plastic fastener with the information relating to the article being formed therein and tagging the fastener to the article, such as using a conventional tagger gun. The unitary plastic fastener includes a filament, a paddle at one end of the filament, and a cross-bar at the other end of the filament. The paddle of the fastener is either embossed, cut-out and/or shaped to display the information relating to the article to which the fastener is to be attached. Types of information which may be formed into the paddle of the fastener include, among other things, a brand name associated with the article, a company name associated with the article, a logo associated with the article, size information relating to the article, instructional information relating to use of the article, identification information relating to the article, and certification information relating to the article.

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Sr R&Amp;D Engineer At Avery Dennison Corp

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Location:
Greater Boston Area
Industry:
Plastics
Experience:
Avery Dennison Corp (Public Company; Plastics industry): SR R&D Engineer,  (-) 

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Schools:
St. Casimir School Worcester MA 1961-1969
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