James Shaker Phones & Addresses

  • San Tan Valley, AZ
  • Queen Creek, AZ
  • Gilbert, AZ
  • Irving, TX
  • Wylie, TX
  • Mesa, AZ
  • Tempe, AZ
  • Chandler, AZ
  • Cornville, AZ


Company: Lockheed martin aeronautics company Nov 2007 Position: Software/systems engineer sr


School / High School: Southern Methodist University- Dallas, TX Aug 2011 Specialities: Master of Science in Systems Engineering


Information Technology and Services



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James Shaker

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Phoenix, Arizona Area
Information Technology and Services
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James Shaker Fort Worth, TX

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Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company

Nov 2007 to 2000
Software/Systems Engineer Sr

General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems
Pittsfield, MA
May 2006 to Oct 2007

NovaTek Engineering, Inc
Cleveland, OH
Dec 1999 to Apr 2000
Systems Engineering Intern / Systems Engineer

Southern Methodist University
Dallas, TX
Aug 2011
Master of Science in Systems Engineering

The Ohio State University
Columbus, OH
Dec 2004
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Engineering

Business Records

Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
James Shaker
1807 E Fairfield St, Mesa, AZ 85203
Director 39983 N Jodi Dr, San Tan Valley, AZ 85140


Us Patents

System And Method For Carrying And Installing A Plurality Of Empty Ice Bags Into An Ice Bagging Assembly

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US Patent:
8356850, Jan 22, 2013
Sep 22, 2010
Appl. No.:
Harry Starkweather - Irving TX,
James Shaker - Wylie TX,
Paul Bareford - Irving TX,
In-Store Bagging Machine Company, LLC - Irving TX
International Classification:
A45F 5/00
US Classification:
294158, 161141, 383 15
A handle system for carrying and installing a plurality of empty ice bags in an ice bagging assembly is disclosed herein. The handle may comprise any system for effectively transporting empty ice bags and loading the ice bags into an ice bagging assembly. Implementations of the handle system may comprise a post member and a cover member. The post member may include a handle and a plurality of posts protruding from one side of the post member. The cover member may include a cover support bar with a plurality of reentrant openings aligned with the plurality of posts when the cover member is mated with the post member. The plurality of reentrant openings that each extend through the cover member and are sized to receive a portion of one of the plurality of posts.

Ice Bagging Device

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US Patent:
8528302, Sep 10, 2013
Oct 15, 2009
Appl. No.:
James Shaker - Mesa AZ,
Paul Bareford - Concord MA,
Vince Shaker - Mesa AZ,
In-Store Bagging Machine Company, LLC - Irving TX
International Classification:
B65B 5/06
B65B 43/14
B65B 43/16
B65B 43/26
F25C 5/00
US Classification:
53127, 53573, 532847, 533841, 62 60, 62322, 62331
An ice bagging assembly and related method with a horizontal ice bag cassette, a pair of opposing ice bag ply graspers configured to move an empty ice bag from the horizontal ice bag cassette to a vertical position to receive cubed ice before it is sealed shut and dropped to an ice bag merchandiser. The opposing graspers may be configured as rotating wheels and may have a grasping sensor. The ice bag cassette may be slidably and tiltably supported for easy replacement of horizontal bags. A load sensor, optical or mechanical, may be associated with the ice hopper to sense how much ice has been put in each bag. A pair of angled guides may guide a hopper into a support frame for the system.

Automatic Ice Producing, Bagging, And Dispensing Machine

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US Patent:
6474048, Nov 5, 2002
Oct 19, 2000
Appl. No.:
Mark C. Metzger - Glendale AZ
Shawn M. Stannard - Peoria AZ
James Shaker - Chandler AZ
The Arctic Group, Inc. - Winnipeg
International Classification:
B65B 136
US Classification:
53493, 53503
A machine that produces, dispenses and automatically bags ice. The machine will have at least one ice producing unit for producing ice. An auger mechanism is coupled to the ice producing unit for collecting and moving the ice that has been produced by the ice producing unit. A volumetric drum is coupled to the auger mechanism. The volumetric drum stores the ice moved by the auger mechanism and measures the amount of ice to be bagged by volume. A heat sealer coupled to the bagging mechanism is provided to seal the bag once the bag has been loaded with ice. The machine further has a freezer compartment which stores the bag when the bag has been loaded with ice and sealed. The machine has a monitoring and communication system which monitors operating conditions of the machine and sends information on the operation of the machine to the manufacturer.
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