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Mark S Inkmann

from Wauwatosa, WI
Age ~69

Mark Inkmann Phones & Addresses

  • 2514 124Th St, Wauwatosa, WI 53226
  • Milwaukee, WI
  • 2514 N 124Th St APT 156, Milwaukee, WI 53226

Work

Company: Cardinal ventures Jul 2014 Position: Principal and lead engineer

Education

Degree: Bachelors, Bachelor of Science School / High School: University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee 1972 to 1978 Specialities: Mechanical Engineering

Skills

Lean Manufacturing • Injection Molding • Pro Engineer • Continuous Improvement • Manufacturing • Machine Tools • Solidworks • Solid Modeling • Machine Design • Automotive • Mechanical Engineering • Cad • Fmea • Product Design and Development • Plastic Component Design

Industries

Mechanical Or Industrial Engineering

Resumes

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Principal And Lead Engineer

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Location:
Milwaukee, WI
Industry:
Mechanical Or Industrial Engineering
Work:
Cardinal Ventures
Principal and Lead Engineer

Johnson Controls Aug 2012 - May 2014
Cardinal Ventures, Llc - Consulting Engineer and Designer

C&D Technologies Feb 2006 - Aug 2011
Cardinal Ventures, Llc - Consulting Engineer and Designer

Johnson Controls Battery Division Jan 1978 - Mar 2004
Product and Machine Design Engineer
Education:
University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee 1972 - 1978
Bachelors, Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering
Skills:
Lean Manufacturing
Injection Molding
Pro Engineer
Continuous Improvement
Manufacturing
Machine Tools
Solidworks
Solid Modeling
Machine Design
Automotive
Mechanical Engineering
Cad
Fmea
Product Design and Development
Plastic Component Design

Publications

Us Patents

Battery Case

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US Patent:
D462656, Sep 10, 2002
Filed:
Oct 11, 2000
Appl. No.:
29/130901
Inventors:
Jeff J. Degen - Bella Vista AR
Stephen K. Crutcher - Rogers AR
Jonathon M. Pierce - Waukesha WI
Mark S. Inkmann - Wauwatosa WI
Glenn W. Andersen - Burlington WI
Assignee:
Johnson Controls Technology Company - Plymouth MI
International Classification:
1302
US Classification:
D13104

Battery With Vent Cap Assembly

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US Patent:
6461758, Oct 8, 2002
Filed:
Oct 20, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/622737
Inventors:
Matthias Geibl - Germantown WI
Thomas J. Dougherty - Waukesha WI
Gerald D. Slayton - South Milwaukee WI
Mark S. Inkmann - Wauwatosa WI
Guy L. Pfeifer - Milwaukee WI
Gerald A. Cummins - Union KY
Edward C. Frelka - Muskego WI
Edward N. Mrotek - Grafton WI
Helmuth Faust - Brookfield WI
Arch A. Pope - Holland OH
David J. Novak - Menomonee Falls WI
William J. Ross - Mukwonago WI
Bradley R. Niemuth - Germantown WI
Ronald F. Kirby - Racine WI
Assignee:
Johnson Controls Technology Company - Plymouth MI
International Classification:
H01M 212
US Classification:
429 72, 429 82
Abstract:
An improved vent cap system for use in an electrochemical battery is provided which includes a ring flange for forming a ring seal between the vent cap assembly and the fill tube. When the vent cap assembly is positioned in the battery housing, the ring flange and the fill tube deform to create a seal therebetween to provide a fluid tight seal.

Adapter System For A Battery

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US Patent:
D466478, Dec 3, 2002
Filed:
Sep 28, 2001
Appl. No.:
29/148976
Inventors:
James J. Bolstad - Shorewood WI
Mark S. Inkmann - Wauwatosa WI
Lisa M. Franklin - Racine WI
David Gondek - Milwaukee WI
Assignee:
Johnson Controls Technology Company - Plymouth MI
International Classification:
1302
US Classification:
D13119

Adapter System For A Battery

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US Patent:
6942945, Sep 13, 2005
Filed:
Sep 28, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/967886
Inventors:
Glenn W. Andersen - Hartford WI, US
Lisa M. Franklin - Racine WI, US
Peter Gratschmayr - New Berlin WI, US
Mark S. Inkmann - Wauwatosa WI, US
Robert Spanier - Waukesha WI, US
Assignee:
Johnson Controls Technology Company - Plymouth MI
International Classification:
H01M002/28
US Classification:
429121, 429 97, 429 98, 429 99, 429100, 429123, D13119
Abstract:
A battery and adapter system includes a first battery adapter and a second battery adapter. The first battery adapter may be coupled to a storage battery, and a second battery adapter may be coupled to the first battery adapter. The first and second battery adapters may include features or elements that allow attachment to another battery adapter and to a storage battery.

Removable Handle For Industrial Battery

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US Patent:
8263257, Sep 11, 2012
Filed:
Jun 3, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/156574
Inventors:
Matthew Bielawski - Milwaukee WI, US
Mark Inkmann - Wauwatosa WI, US
Guy Pfeifer - Milwaukee WI, US
David Thuerk - Brookfield WI, US
Assignee:
C&D Technologies, Inc. - Blue Bell PA
International Classification:
H01M 2/10
US Classification:
429187
Abstract:
A battery with a pair of handle assemblies that includes a battery casing having a pair of lips extending outwardly from the end walls near the opening in the battery casing. Each lip has a recessed portion with a slot defined by the end wall and a slot side wall. The battery casing also has a pair of protrusions on each of the end walls located below the slot. Each of the handle assemblies has a handle and an attachment structure that includes a substantially flat, rectangular base and a side wall. The back of the side wall has a cavity and a channel extending from an open end at the top edge to a closed end proximate the cavity. The handle includes a strap connected to the side wall on a first end and a loop on the second end. The handles are adapted to pass through the slots on the end walls of the battery casing, the channels are adapted to slidably contact the protrusions on the end walls, the cavities are adapted to detachably engage the protrusions and the bases are adapted to contact the slot side walls.

Battery With A Molded In-Front Terminal

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US Patent:
8372537, Feb 12, 2013
Filed:
Jun 3, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/156571
Inventors:
Matthew Bielawski - Milwaukee WI, US
David Thuerk - Brookfield WI, US
Guy Pfeifer - Milwaukee WI, US
Mark Inkmann - Wauwatosa WI, US
Assignee:
C&D Technologies, Inc. - Blue Bell PA
International Classification:
H01M 2/02
US Classification:
429183, 429178, 429179, 429181, 429182
Abstract:
A battery with a threaded battery terminal for accommodating a threaded terminal bolt is provided. The threaded battery terminal includes a bushing having an axial bore extending between an open end and a closed end; and an insert having a longitudinal axis and a threaded opening extending along the longitudinal axis between an open end and a back wall. The terminal bolt is threadably received in the threaded opening and the back wall of the insert has sufficient strength to cause an overlong bolt to break upon continued threaded insertion subsequent to the bolt contacting the back wall.

Battery Container

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US Patent:
20050069762, Mar 31, 2005
Filed:
Apr 28, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/833881
Inventors:
James Daley - Cedarburg WI, US
David Gondek - Chicago IL, US
Michael Keagle - Richfield WI, US
Dale Trester - Milwaukee WI, US
Mark Inkmann - Wauwatosa WI, US
Glenn Andersen - Hartford WI, US
International Classification:
H01M002/08
H01M002/02
US Classification:
429179000, 429180000, 429181000
Abstract:
A container for a battery includes a top portion having a generally rectangular shape and that is configured for coupling to a cover for the battery. The container also includes a plurality of cell containers extending from the top portion for housing wound cells elements. The cell containers have a generally cylindrical shape and are arranged in an offset configuration. The container also includes a structure extending from the top portion in an area of the top portion not supported by a cell container due to the offset cell container configuration. The structure provides enhanced structural rigidity for the top portion in the area of the top portion not supported by a cell container.

Storage Battery Terminal Having Test Surface

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US Patent:
20100028761, Feb 4, 2010
Filed:
Jul 30, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/182223
Inventors:
Matthew Bielawski - Milwaukee WI, US
Mark Inkmann - Wauwatosa WI, US
Joseph Jergl - Lansdale PA, US
Guy Pfeifer - Milwaukee WI, US
Jason Searl - Lafayette Hill PA, US
David Thuerk - Brookfield WI, US
Robert Wittemann - Warrington PA, US
Assignee:
C&D Technologies, Inc. - Blue Bell PA
International Classification:
H01M 10/48
US Classification:
429 93
Abstract:
A storage battery includes a battery ease having opposed side walls and a top wall. A battery terminal extends from one of the wails. The battery terminal includes a projecting portion for accommodating termination hardware in mechanical and electrical engagement. The protecting portion of the battery terminal includes a test surface portion externally accessible from the termination hardware for directly accommodating a testing device.
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