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Scott I Biba

age ~58

from Waunakee, WI

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  • Scott Biba

Scott Biba Phones & Addresses

  • Waunakee, WI
  • 522 Main St, Highland, WI 53543 • 608-9297820
  • 5963 Linda Ct, Mazomanie, WI 53560 • 608-7954809
  • 202 Finch St, Mazomanie, WI 53560 • 608-7954809
  • Rockford, IL
  • Luana, IA
  • Ann Arbor, MI
  • Noblesville, IN
  • 5169 Mccarthy Rd, Highland, WI 53543

Work

  • Company:
    Design concepts
    Aug 1996 to Oct 2013
  • Position:
    Project manager/sr. mechanical engineer

Education

  • Degree:
    BSME
  • School / High School:
    GMI Engineering & Management Institute
    1980 to 1986

Industries

Mechanical or Industrial Engineering

Resumes

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    Project Manager/Sr. Mechanical Engineer At Design Concepts

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  • Position:
    Project Manager/Sr. Mechanical Engineer at Design Concepts
  • Location:
    Madison, Wisconsin Area
  • Industry:
    Mechanical or Industrial Engineering
  • Work:
    Design Concepts since Aug 1996
    Project Manager/Sr. Mechanical Engineer

    Springs Window Fashions Division May 1989 - Aug 1996
    Design Engineer

    Springs Window Fashions 1989 - 1996
    Design Engineer

    Thetford Corporation Jun 1986 - May 1989
    Project Engineer
  • Education:
    GMI Engineering & Management Institute 1980 - 1986
    BSME

Us Patents

  • Slicing Machine, And Method Of Use And Components Thereof

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  • US Patent:
    7073421, Jul 11, 2006
  • Filed:
    Apr 29, 2000
  • Appl. No.:
    09/980921
  • Inventors:
    Amy Verhalen - Sun Prairie WI,
    Scott Biba - Mazomanie WI,
    Kent Bradley Chase - Madison WI,
  • Assignee:
    ITW Food Equipment Group LLC - Troy OH
  • International Classification:
    B24B 3/46
  • US Classification:
    83174, 831741, 451422
  • Abstract:
    An ergonomically designed food slicing machine including a rotatable blade () for slicing bulk food product, a motor () operably connected to the rotating blade (), and a base () portion located below the rotatable blade () which defines a food slice receiving area. The machine may be provided with a sliced food receptable operably connected to a scale (), a visible indicia () correlating to the distance between the gauge plate () and rotatable blade (), a blade sharpening assembly (), a sled () for securing the food product and an operator adjusted optimum stroke setting system for automatic operation of the slicing machine.
  • Waste Container Assembly

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  • US Patent:
    2013004, Feb 28, 2013
  • Filed:
    Aug 26, 2011
  • Appl. No.:
    13/219113
  • Inventors:
    Daniel E. Goldstein - Mundelein IL,
    Kevin A. Pollack - Chicago IL,
    John C. Japuntich - Harvard IL,
    Scott I. Biba - Highland WI,
    Mark S. Dirr - Kenosha WI,
  • Assignee:
    STERICYCLE, INC. - Northbrook IL
  • International Classification:
    B65D 51/04
  • US Classification:
    220810
  • Abstract:
    A container for disposing of waste includes a receptacle and a first pivoting member functionally associated with the receptacle. The first pivoting member includes a first disposal surface. A second pivoting member functionally associated with the receptacle includes a second disposal surface. The second pivoting member is operatively coupled to the first pivoting member such that waste deposited on either the first disposal surface or the second disposal surface causes concurrent counter rotation of both the first pivoting member and the second pivoting member to dispose of the waste into the receptacle.
  • Floor Finish Applicator

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  • US Patent:
    2008027, Nov 13, 2008
  • Filed:
    Jul 20, 2007
  • Appl. No.:
    11/780733
  • Inventors:
    Andrew M. BOBER - Racine WI,
    Charles A. CRAWFORD - Racine WI,
    Lance D. BROWN - Racine WI,
    Douglas S. RODENKIRCH - Sun Prairie WI,
    Scott I. BIBA - Highland WI,
    Craig P. CONNER - Madison WI,
    Daniel R. NETT - Sun Prairie WI,
    Nicholas S. REBACK - Monona WI,
  • International Classification:
    A47L 13/30
    F04B 49/00
  • US Classification:
    401 48, 417212
  • Abstract:
    A pull-behind floor finish applicator wherein a mop with a handle is connected to the applicator, yet is readily removable therefrom. This allows the mop to be used as a component of the walk-behind applicator for applying floor finish to easily accessible areas in one instance, yet allows the mop to be used independently for application of floor finish to not so easily accessible areas. The applicator is adaptable to receiving bag in the box floor finish, thus reducing cleaning time. The applicator employs a minimum number of disposable parts thus making it economical to produce. Some embodiments utilize a pump driven by the power of the wheels. A transmission assembly is provided in some embodiments to deliver power from the wheels to a pump.
  • Curable Material Transfer And Delivery Device

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  • US Patent:
    2010010, Apr 22, 2010
  • Filed:
    Jun 22, 2009
  • Appl. No.:
    12/489231
  • Inventors:
    Tayla Reilly - Chicago IL,
    John Krueger - Muskego WI,
    Jesse Darley - Madison WI,
    Scott Biba - Highland WI,
    Brian Ruffner - Antioch IL,
    John Ray - Indian Creek IL,
  • International Classification:
    A61F 2/46
    B01F 15/02
    A61B 17/56
    B67D 7/74
  • US Classification:
    606 93, 3661831, 2221455, 222391
  • Abstract:
    An apparatus and method for transferring curable material to an injector to convenient deliver the curable material to a patient. The apparatus contains a mixing chamber for mixing a liquid component and a powder component to form a curable material. The curable material is transferred to an injector to when the mixing chamber and injector are moved toward each other.
  • Medication Cabinetry

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  • US Patent:
    2012008, Apr 12, 2012
  • Filed:
    Dec 19, 2011
  • Appl. No.:
    13/329787
  • Inventors:
    Scott I. Biba - Highland WI,
    Randall S. Koplin - Fitchburg WI,
    Daniel J. Lee - Monticello WI,
    Kathy L. Soukup - Downers Grove IL,
    James A. Michael - Cranberry Township PA,
  • International Classification:
    G06F 7/00
    A47B 88/14
    A47B 88/20
    A47B 88/04
    A47B 81/00
  • US Classification:
    700213, 3123191, 312209, 3123483, 312333
  • Abstract:
    An exemplary embodiment includes a cabinet having at least one drawer with selectable access for storing items, such as medications. A slidable cover with a first opening allows for closure and/or access to items in an interior of the drawer. The cabinet further includes an actuator coupled to the cover and a controller coupled to the actuator to control movement of the first opening relative to the drawer interior in response to signals generated from a user interface.
  • Devices And Methods For Engaging Indexed Valve And Pressurized Canister Assembly With Collar And For Linear Actuation By Plunger Assembly Into Fluid Communication With Device For Regulating Drug Delivery

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  • US Patent:
    2012011, May 10, 2012
  • Filed:
    May 27, 2009
  • Appl. No.:
    13/260505
  • Inventors:
    Frederick J. Montgomery - Sun Prairie WI,
    Duncan P. Bathe - Fitchburg WI,
    Daniel J. Lee - Monticello WI,
    Scott I. Biba - Highland WI,
    Todd J. Bakken - Madison WI,
  • Assignee:
    INO Therapeutics, LLC - Hampton NJ
  • International Classification:
    A61M 37/00
  • US Classification:
    604 24
  • Abstract:
    An indexed drug delivery device () comprising a valve assembly () comprising a housing () and a valve, the valve disposed within the housing, one or more keys () integral to the housing, the keys complementary to corresponding openings on a collar (), a pressurized canister () in fluid communication with the valve assembly, the canister containing an active pharmaceutical ingredient and an inactive carrier gas, a receiving assembly comprising a receptacle adapted to engage at least a portion of the housing, a seat adapted to engage the valve, and, a plunger assembly adapted to linearly actuate the valve assembly and canister along an axis and to engage the valve and seat, the plunger assembly comprising a carriage fixed to the collar, and, a lever having a cam adapted to engage a spring, the spring adapted to linearly actuate the carriage, valve assembly, canister and collar along the axis.
  • Devices And Methods For Engaging Indexed Valve And Pressurized Canister Assembly With Collar And For Linear Actuation By Plunger Assembly Into Fluid Communication With Device For Regulating Drug Delivery

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  • US Patent:
    2012011, May 10, 2012
  • Filed:
    Dec 30, 2011
  • Appl. No.:
    13/341084
  • Inventors:
    Frederick J. Montgomery - Sun Prairie WI,
    Duncan P. Bathe - Fitchburg WI,
    Daniel J. Lee - Monticello WI,
    Scott I. Biba - Highland WI,
    Todd J. Bakken - Madison WI,
  • Assignee:
    INO Therapeutics, LLC - Hampton NJ
  • International Classification:
    A61M 37/00
    B65D 90/00
  • US Classification:
    604 24, 220724, 604 23
  • Abstract:
    A valve assembly comprising a housing and a valve, the valve being disposed within the housing, a first indexed member integral to the housing, the first indexed member adapted to be complementary to a second indexed member, and a radio frequency identification device adapted to communicate with a radio frequency receiver, the valve being configured to align with a canister, seal the canister and open in a single movement. A drug containment device having said valve assembly is also disclosed.
  • Lavatory System With Overflow Prevention And Other Features

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  • US Patent:
    2012026, Oct 18, 2012
  • Filed:
    Apr 18, 2011
  • Appl. No.:
    13/088793
  • Inventors:
    Michelle L. Rundberg - Jackson WI,
    Kevin M. Kohlwey - Port Washington WI,
    Graeme S. Bayley - Brookfield WI,
    John M. Loberger - Germantown WI,
    Mark A. Figurski - Hartland WI,
    Theodore E. Dhein - Sussex WI,
    Kenneth A. Kreitzer - Germantown WI,
    Kevin B. Kline - Wauwatosa WI,
    Jason M. Renner - Greenfield WI,
    Scott I. Biba - Highland WI,
    Cory R. Boudreau - Madison WI,
  • International Classification:
    E03C 1/05
    E03C 1/18
  • US Classification:
    4623, 4638
  • Abstract:
    Systems and methods for a lavatory system are described that include a bidirectional hand dryer having a top, bottom, back, and right side and multiple sensors and LEDs. Upper and lower nozzles are also provided and respectively connected to upper and lower plenums. At least two flexible air delivery hoses are connected to the plenums. A motor housing is provided and includes a motor, ports connected to the hoses, noise abatement features, and a motor microcontroller. A hand-receiving cavity exists between the top, back, right, and bottom side for receiving at least one hand of a user. Tips are connected to the nozzles and emit high speed colliding columns of air to shear water off of the user's hand. The columns of air are spaced and calibrated in such a way as to reduce forces on the user's hand which would otherwise move the hand toward the side surfaces.

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Kettering University, Fli...

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Graduates:
Scott Duncan (1993-1998),
Michael Brennan (1993-1998),
Scott Biba (1982-1986),
Scott Brenner (2000-2005)

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