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Brian E Laakso, 44986 Alberta Ave, Akron, OH 44303

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2130 South St, Philadelphia, PA 19146   

Auburndale, MA   

2195 Tallmadge Rd, Ravenna, OH 44266   

Burlington, VT   

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Brian E Laakso
Brian E Laakso



Company: Mckinley high school 2008 to 2013 Address: Canton, Ohio Position: Instructor of music technology


Degree: Music education (certified) K-12 School / High School: Kent State University 2002 to 2005 Specialities: Music Teacher Education


Music • Music Production • Music Industry • Composition • Songwriting • Recording • Social Media • Singing • Music Education • Entertainment • Microsoft Office • Studio Recording



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Instructor Of Music Technology At Mckinley High School

Instructor of Music Technology at McKinley High School, Lead Entertainer at Piano Panache
Cleveland/Akron, Ohio Area
McKinley High School - Canton, Ohio since 2008
Instructor of Music Technology
Piano Panache - Akron, Ohio since 2002
Lead Entertainer
Kent State University 2002 - 2005
Music education (certified) K-12, Music Teacher Education
Oberlin College 1995 - 1998
Bachelor of Awesome (2 yr degree), Piano Performance / Technology in Music and Related Arts
Music, Music Production, Music Industry, Composition, Songwriting, Recording, Social Media, Singing, Music Education, Entertainment, Microsoft Office, Studio Recording


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Tapping Attachment

US Patent:
2012008, Apr 12, 2012
Oct 6, 2010
Appl. No.:
Brian John Laakso - Medfield MA,
International Classification:
B23G 3/00
US Classification:
A radial tapping attachment for a motor-driven tool includes an enclosed, box-shaped housing, a main shaft assembly adapted to retain a tap, a drive mechanism rotatably driven by the tool and a guide member assembly for supporting an object to be tapped. The main shaft assembly includes a main shaft rotatably coupled to the housing by a pair of bearings, a pair of spaced apart discs fixedly mounted on the main shaft, and a pair of axially mounted compression springs that allow for slight, bi-directional, axial displacement of the main shaft relative to the housing. The drive mechanism includes a drive shaft rotatably coupled to the housing at an approximate right angle relative to the main shaft and a drive wheel mounted on the drive shaft that selectively engages the pair of discs to rotate the main shaft in either direction when an axial force is applied to the tap.

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