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  • 6797 Woodbank Dr, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48301
  • Bloomfield, MI
  • New York, NY
  • Keego Harbor, MI
  • Livonia, MI
  • Bloomfld Hls, MI
  • 400 E 54Th St APT 27G, New York, NY 10022

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Engineering Services

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Position:
President at Maurice Lande Inc.
Location:
Greater Detroit Area
Industry:
Industrial Automation
Work:
Maurice Lande Inc. since Mar 2010
President

L&L Products Sep 1994 - Mar 2009
Engineer

Fanuc Robotics 1991 - 1997
Consultant

Maurice Lande Inc. 1991 - 1996
President

AKR Robotics 1982 - 1991
President
Education:
Ecole centrale de Lille 1963 - 1967
MS, Electromechanical; Servo-systems
Languages:
English
French
Italian
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Publications

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Method For Applying Flowable Materials

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US Patent:
7043815, May 16, 2006
Filed:
Jan 14, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/342025
Inventors:
Maurice Lande - Bloomfield Hills MI,
Michael J. Czaplicki - Rochester MI,
Assignee:
L & L Products, Inc. - Romeo MI
International Classification:
B29C 47/92
US Classification:
29430, 29460, 295271, 29792, 427318, 427409, 425149, 425162, 425192 R, 901 31, 901 41
Abstract:
Methods and apparatuses are disclosed for applying melt flowable materials to components of articles of manufacture. The methods and apparatuses disclosed herein are concerned with formation of appropriate flowable materials, control over the manner in which the flowable materials are applied, treatment of the components prior to application of the flowable materials and the like. Moreover, the apparatuses and methods may be particularly suited for applying flowable materials to surfaces and components found in automotive, aerospace, and marine vehicles.

Method For Applying Flowable Materials

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US Patent:
7467452, Dec 23, 2008
Filed:
Jan 25, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/339431
Inventors:
Maurice Lande - Bloomfield Hills MI,
Michael J. Czaplicki - Rochester MI,
Assignee:
Zephyros, Inc. - Romeo MI
International Classification:
B29C 47/92
US Classification:
2940709, 29458, 295271, 295272, 427409, 425149, 425162, 425192 R
Abstract:
Methods and apparatuses are disclosed for applying melt flowable materials to components of articles of manufacture. The methods and apparatuses disclosed herein are concerned with formation of appropriate flowable materials, control over the manner in which the flowable materials are applied, treatment of the components prior to application of the flowable materials and the like. Moreover, the apparatuses and methods may be particularly suited for applying flowable materials to surfaces and components found in automotive, aerospace, and marine vehicles.

Gravitational Torque Compensation System For Robot Arms

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US Patent:
52208494, Jun 22, 1993
Filed:
Jul 6, 1992
Appl. No.:
7/909255
Inventors:
Maurice Lande - Birmingham MI
Alex Renault - Birmingham MI
Lawrence P. Tessler - Ann Arbor MI
Assignee:
AKR S.A., a Corp. of Republic of France - Paris
International Classification:
G05G 1100
B25J 900
US Classification:
74479
Abstract:
A gravitational compensating system that eliminates gravitational torque of linked robotic arms is provided. A three arm embodiment is disclosed which rotates around a vertical reference axis. The second and third arm rotate around two separate horizontal axes. The gravitational compensating system compensates for the gravitational torque attributed to the second arm as it rotates about its horizontal swing axis and the gravitational torque attributable to the third arm as it rotates about its horizontal swing axis. The combined actuating and compensating systems for the second and third arm are housed in the base structure of the first arm. The compensating system also applies to two arm embodiments.

Robot System

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US Patent:
51389045, Aug 18, 1992
Filed:
Jun 4, 1990
Appl. No.:
7/532528
Inventors:
Maurice Lande - Birmingham MI
Alex Renault - Birmingham MI
Lawrence P. Tessler - Ann Arbor MI
Assignee:
AKR Robotics, Inc. - Addison IL
International Classification:
F16C 304
F16H 4700
B25J 1100
US Classification:
74661
Abstract:
This invention relates generally to robots and specifically to a robot for spraying applications which has the ability to accurately follow trajectories that require high speeds and accelerations, a working envelope appropriate for processing the sides, top, and bottom of a large object such as an aircraft, an integrated revolute joint and actuator for supplying power to the movable components of the robot along protected, low maintenance power paths, a zero backlash drive, and a gravity compensating system which causes the robot to be neutrally balanced throughout its entire working envelope even while carrying a payload of significant weight.
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