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5905 Lake Champlain Dr, Orlando, FL 32829    407-2077109   

2550 Alafaya Trl, Orlando, FL 32826    407-2077109   

Eagan, MN   

Annapolis, MD   

5905 Lake Champlain Dr, Orlando, FL 32829    407-9224414   

Work

Position: Executive, Administrative, and Managerial Occupations

Education

Degree: Associate degree or higher

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Scott Ripley

Location:
United States
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Electrical Designer At Burgess Industries

Position:
Electrical designer at Burgess industries, Controls Designer/Panel Builder at Burgess Industries
Location:
Greater Minneapolis-St. Paul Area
Industry:
Printing
Work:
Burgess industries since Jun 2007
Electrical designer
Burgess Industries since Jun 2007
Controls Designer/Panel Builder
Progressive Systems Oct 2006 - Jun 2007
Electrician/Field Service
Accraply May 2001 - Oct 2006
Panel Builder/After Market Technician
US Naval Reserve Jan 1994 - Jan 2003
Aviation Electronics Technician Third Class
Education:
NEI School of Technology 1995 - 1997
Associate Degree, Aviation Electronics
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Scott Ripley

Location:
United States
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Scott Ripley

Location:
United States
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Scott Ripley

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United States
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Scott Ripley

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United States
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Scott Ripley

Location:
United States
Education:
Indiana University-Purdue University at Fort Wayne
B.S. Business Administration, Finance and Economics

Publications

Us Patents

Angled Product Transfer Conveyor

US Patent:
7171881, Feb 6, 2007
Filed:
May 25, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/136822
Inventors:
Scott Alan Ripley - River Falls WI,
Assignee:
3M Innovative Properties Company - Saint Paul MN
International Classification:
B26D 7/06
US Classification:
83113, 83152
Abstract:
A vacuum conveyor is provided comprising an endless perforated belt which extends over a first vacuum plate and a second vacuum plate, which vacuum plates may be maintained at different air pressures and may be situated at different angles relative to horizontal. An apparatus for cutting and transporting sheet materials is provided comprising the vacuum conveyor according to the present invention and a rotary die cutter situated such that an emerging portion of a cut workpiece can become held by the vacuum conveyor before it is fully separated, enabling pattern-cut sheet materials to be cut and transported to a destination such as a laminating nip with accurate registration.

Lamination Apparatus And Methods

US Patent:
7432009, Oct 7, 2008
Filed:
Apr 3, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/115523
Inventors:
Scott Alan Ripley - River Falls WI,
Donald Ivan Hirsch - Cottage Grove MN,
William Frederic Bader - Oakdale MN,
Assignee:
3M Innovative Properties Company - Saint Paul MN
International Classification:
H01M 4/00
US Classification:
429 41, 429 42, 429 43, 429 44, 429 45
Abstract:
Components for the manufacture of polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells are provided, as well as apparatus and automatable methods for their manufacture by rotary die cutting and by lamination of various layers to form membrane electrode assemblies. A method and apparatus for performing the method are provided for making a membrane electrode assembly comprising the steps of providing a web of polymer electrolyte membrane material and a laminating station, where the web of polymer electrolyte membrane material is drawn between a pair of laminating rollers in the laminating station which form a laminating nip; die-cutting a first and second web of catalyst decal materials or electrode materials to make first and second workpieces at first and second rotary die stations; which typically have a shape other than a four-sided parallelogram; holding the die-cut workpieces by action of sub-ambient air pressure to an endless perforated belt of first and second vacuum conveyors, typically before they are fully cut from the first and second webs; transporting first and second workpieces to opposing sides of the membrane in the laminating station; concurrently feeding the first and second workpieces into the laminating nip adjacent to the membrane, typically before they are fully released by the first and second vacuum conveyors; and laminating the first and second workpieces to the membrane, advantageously in accurate registration.

Processing Methods And Systems For Assembling Fuel Cell Perimeter Gaskets

US Patent:
8288059, Oct 16, 2012
Filed:
Dec 15, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/611575
Inventors:
Daniel M. Pierpont - North Saint Paul MN,
Eric J. Hanson - Hudson WI,
Michael T. Hicks - Eden Prairie MN,
Eric J. Iverson - Eau Claire WI,
David J. Miller - Menomonie WI,
Scott A. Ripley - River Falls WI,
Assignee:
3M Innovative Properties Company - St. Paul MN
International Classification:
H01M 8/00
H01M 8/02
H01M 8/10
US Classification:
429535, 429479, 429507, 427115
Abstract:
A method and apparatus for making fuel cell components via a roll to roll process are described. Spaced apart apertures are cut in first and second gasket webs that each include adhesives. The first and second gasket webs are transported to a bonding station on conveyers. A membrane web that includes at least an electrolyte membrane is also transported to the bonding station. At the bonding station, a gasketed membrane web is formed by attaching the first and second gasket webs to the membrane web. The first gasket web is attached to a first surface of the membrane web via the adhesive layer of the first gasket web. The second gasket web is attached to a second surface of the membrane web via the adhesive layer of the second gasket web.

Lamination Apparatus And Methods

US Patent:
8309218, Nov 13, 2012
Filed:
Aug 27, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/198998
Inventors:
Scott Alan Ripley - River Falls WI,
Donald Ivan Hirsch - Cottage Grove MN,
William Frederic Bader - Oakdale MN,
Assignee:
3M Innovative Properties Company - St. Paul MN
International Classification:
B32B 7/12
H01M 4/38
US Classification:
428352, 428344, 428356, 428355 RA, 429483, 429485, 429487
Abstract:
Components for the manufacture of polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells are provided, as well as apparatus and automatable methods for their manufacture by rotary die cutting and by lamination of various layers to form membrane electrode assemblies. A method and apparatus for performing the method are provided comprising die-cutting webs of catalyst decal materials or electrode materials to make first and second workpieces at first and second rotary die stations; holding the die-cut workpieces by action of sub-ambient air pressure to an endless perforated belt of first and second vacuum conveyors, typically before they are fully cut from the first and second webs; transporting first and second workpieces to opposing sides of a membrane in a laminating station; concurrently feeding the first and second workpieces into the laminating nip adjacent to the membrane, and laminating the first and second workpieces to the membrane.

Lamination Apparatus And Methods

US Patent:
8480838, Jul 9, 2013
Filed:
Sep 13, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/614744
Inventors:
Scott Alan Ripley - River Falls WI,
Donald Ivan Hirsch - Cottage Grove MN,
William Frederic Bader - Oakdale MN,
Assignee:
3M Innovative Properties Company - St. Paul MN
International Classification:
B29C 37/00
B32B 37/00
B32B 38/04
US Classification:
156263, 156265, 156285, 156303
Abstract:
Components for the manufacture of polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells are provided, as well as apparatus and automatable methods for their manufacture by rotary die cutting and by lamination of various layers to form membrane electrode assemblies. A method and apparatus for performing the method are provided comprising die-cutting webs of catalyst decal materials or electrode materials to make first and second workpieces at first and second rotary die stations; holding the die-cut workpieces by action of sub-ambient air pressure to an endless perforated belt of first and second vacuum conveyors, typically before they are fully cut from the first and second webs; transporting first and second workpieces to opposing sides of a membrane in a laminating station; concurrently feeding the first and second workpieces into the laminating nip adjacent to the membrane, and laminating the first and second workpieces to the membrane.

Processing Methods And Systems For Assembling Fuel Cell Perimeter Gaskets

US Patent:
8609296, Dec 17, 2013
Filed:
Sep 12, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/611103
Inventors:
Daniel M. Pierpont - North Saint Paul MN,
Eric J. Hanson - Hudson WI,
Michael T. Hicks - Eden Prairie MN,
Eric J. Iverson - Eau Claire WI,
David J. Miller - Menomonie WI,
Scott A. Ripley - River Falls WI,
Assignee:
3M Innovative Properties Company - St. Paul MN
International Classification:
H01M 8/00
H01M 8/02
H01M 8/10
US Classification:
429479, 429480, 429508, 429510
Abstract:
A method and apparatus for making fuel cell components via a roll to roll process are described. Spaced apart apertures are cut in first and second gasket webs that each include adhesives. The first and second gasket webs are transported to a bonding station on conveyers. A membrane web that includes at least an electrolyte membrane is also transported to the bonding station. At the bonding station, a gasketed membrane web is formed by attaching the first and second gasket webs to the membrane web. The first gasket web is attached to a first surface of the membrane web via the adhesive layer of the first gasket web. The second gasket web is attached to a second surface of the membrane web via the adhesive layer of the second gasket web.

Angled Product Transfer Conveyor

US Patent:
2003018, Oct 9, 2003
Filed:
Apr 3, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/116323
Inventors:
Scott Ripley - River Falls WI,
Assignee:
3M Innovative Properties Company
International Classification:
B26D007/06
US Classification:
083/152000, 083/402000
Abstract:
A vacuum conveyor is provided comprising an endless perforated belt which extends over a first vacuum plate and a second vacuum plate, which vacuum plates may be maintained at different air pressures and may be situated at different angles relative to horizontal. An apparatus for cutting and transporting sheet materials is provided comprising the vacuum conveyor according to the present invention and a rotary die cutter situated such that an emerging portion of a cut workpiece can become held by the vacuum conveyor before it is fully separated, enabling pattern-cut sheet materials to be cut and transported to a destination such as a laminating nip with accurate registration.

Gap Adjuster For Laminating Rolls

US Patent:
2003018, Oct 9, 2003
Filed:
Apr 3, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/115777
Inventors:
Scott Ripley - River Falls WI,
Assignee:
3M Innovative Properties Company
International Classification:
B32B031/04
US Classification:
156/555000
Abstract:
An apparatus and method for lamination are provided, which are advantageously used in intermittent lamination and fixed-gap lamination, the apparatus comprising first and second laminating rollers defining a laminating gap therebetween and at least one gapping block positioned between the first and second rollers such that the gapping block determines and maintains a minimum gap width. The gapping block comprises a rigid gapping block body, which may be adjustable in width, and four or more load wheels rotatably attached to the gapping block body which ride on a portion of the first and second rollers.

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