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  • Green Lane, PA
  • 2009 Old Sumneytown Pike, Harleysville, PA 19438 (215) 234-9382
  • PO Box 694, Green Lane, PA 18054

Work

Company: Amcv, inc. 1980 Position: President

Education

Degree: Graduate or professional degree

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Industries

Machinery

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President At Amcv, Inc.

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Position:
President at AMCV, Inc.
Location:
Green Lane, Pennsylvania
Industry:
Machinery
Work:
AMCV, Inc. since 1980
President

Publications

Us Patents

Transaxle Device

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US Patent:
6443254, Sep 3, 2002
Filed:
Jul 21, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/621219
Inventors:
Arthur K. McVaugh - Green Lane PA, 18054
International Classification:
B60K 1714
US Classification:
180308, 180367, 180 62, 91534, 60483
Abstract:
A drive mechanism for driving a vehicle, comprising a pair of drive wheels each having a drive shaft, a source of hydraulic oil under pressure on the vehicle and controlled by a control unit for delivering hydraulic oil in two directions, wherein the drive shafts of the pair of wheels are each driven by a high torque, low speed hydraulic motor or pump. The principal components of the motors include a crank shaft mounted in the housing for connection to the drive shafts of the wheels. At least two cylinder and piston assemblies are attached to the crank shaft for rotation of the crank shaft upon movement of the pistons between a minimum and maximum point of travel in the cylinders to thereby impart motion to the wheel drive shaft. A valve assembly provides hydraulic fluid to the cylinders to sequentially move the pistons in the desired direction of piston travel. The two motors are mounted on the vehicle to form a transaxle unit, and controls permit simultaneous or independent operation of the two motors.

Small Aircraft Power Tug

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US Patent:
6536709, Mar 25, 2003
Filed:
Dec 26, 2001
Appl. No.:
10/034314
Inventors:
Arthur K. McVaugh - Green Lane PA, 18054
International Classification:
B64F 110
US Classification:
244114R, 180904, 180 191
Abstract:
A tug device for moving small aircraft having front wheels. A portable drill is connected to a drive wheel and a frame is removeably attached to the wheel. The frame has a generally u-shaped configuration with a fixed position trunion on one end for engagement with an aircraft. A rotating member is mounted on the frame with an engaging trunion for aircraft engagement. A control member moves the engaging trunion into engagement with the aircraft. Dolly wheels are used for freely moving the tug. A connector connects the frame and power column to position the trunions to engage an aircraft in at least one position. Preferred is to have the connector connect the frame and power column in a first position to engage the front axle of an aircraft and a second position to engage the front wheel strut of an aircraft.

Steerable Dual Wheel Power Tug For Aircraft

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US Patent:
6942180, Sep 13, 2005
Filed:
Aug 7, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/636175
Inventors:
Arthur K. McVaugh - Green Lane PA, US
Assignee:
LittleStar Products, Inc. - Machesney Park IL
International Classification:
B64C025/50
US Classification:
244 50, 180 192
Abstract:
A tug device for moving small aircraft having front wheels. A portable drill is connected to a drive wheel and a frame is attached to the wheel. The device is compact and easily assembled for use and disassembled for storage. The device includes a pair of drive wheels and is steerable when a locking latch is released. The locking latch provides rigidity to the device under load.

Reel Handler

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US Patent:
7494087, Feb 24, 2009
Filed:
Nov 29, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/606256
Inventors:
Arthur K. McVaugh - Green Lane PA, US
Assignee:
Dejana Truck & Utility Equipment Co., Inc. - Kings Park NY
International Classification:
B65H 16/02
US Classification:
242557, 2423991, 242403, 242578, 414911
Abstract:
A cable reel handler device, including a slide base on a vehicle having channels aligned transverse to the length of the vehicle. A pair of movable carriages provide lateral movement in the channels via hydraulic cylinders. Lifting arms mounted respectively on the carriages extend out to engage a reel, and have an extensible torsion bar shaft to maintain a fixed alignment. Hydraulic lift cylinders move the lifting arms in unison to move a reel to and from the vehicle and in position for winding and unwinding cable on the reel. Hydraulic motors rotate the reel for winding and unwinding cable. A source of hydraulic fluid is operably connected to all the hydraulic devices.

Loading And Unloading Reel Carrier Truck

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US Patent:
8021097, Sep 20, 2011
Filed:
Sep 30, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/286440
Inventors:
Arthur K. McVaugh - Green Lane PA, US
Assignee:
Dejana Truck & Utility Equipment Co. - Kings Park NY
International Classification:
B60P 1/48
US Classification:
414546, 410 49, 242557
Abstract:
A cable reel carrier device, including at least one pair of work arms that engage a spindle bar in the center of a reel of cable and the like, and the work arms lift the reel on to or off of a truck bed. Where two pairs of work arms are used, the first reel is passed forward from the first pair to the second pair. A safety device engages the spindle bar to prevent inadvertent release of the reels.

Steerable Power Tug For Small Aircraft

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US Patent:
20030116676, Jun 26, 2003
Filed:
Aug 23, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/226574
Inventors:
Arthur McVaugh - Green Lane PA, US
International Classification:
B64C025/50
US Classification:
244/050000
Abstract:
A tug device for moving small aircraft having front wheels. A portable drill is connected to a drive wheel and a frame is attached to the wheel. The device is steerable, having a wheel mounted on a vertical set of pins such that the wheel is pivotable about the axis of the pins to permit turning the wheel on that axis and steering the tug while operating the drive mechanism.

Lifting Device

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US Patent:
20090067968, Mar 12, 2009
Filed:
Sep 7, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/899699
Inventors:
Arthur K. McVaugh - Green Lane PA, US
International Classification:
B60P 1/54
H02K 7/18
US Classification:
414550, 310 75 R
Abstract:
A lifting device for attachment to a vehicle trailer hitch. A lifting boom extends over the centerline of the vehicle and is attached to a vertical arm that has a side arm extending to the hitch. A mechanical screw jack that functions as a linear actuator raises the lifting boom about a pivot point in the vertical direction and is driven by a rotating power means such as a cordless drill. The vertical arm also includes a swivel bearing that permits movement of the lifting boom over the sides of the vehicle.

Method Of Using An Extensible Boom Mechanism For Use With Cable Salvage

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US Patent:
52322050, Aug 3, 1993
Filed:
Aug 14, 1992
Appl. No.:
7/930761
Inventors:
Arthur K. McVaugh - Green Lane PA
International Classification:
B23Q 308
US Classification:
2541343R
Abstract:
A method of using an extensible mechanism, in which a first hydraulic cylinder and piston has a fixed reference for movement in an extension direction and also in a retraction direction. A second hydraulic cylinder and piston is moveable in both of these directions. Hydraulic fluid actuates the first and second hydraulic units in series, whereby actuation in the extension direction sequentially moves the first and second hydraulic piston and actuation in the retraction direction reverses the sequential order of movement of the two hydraulic pistons.
Arthur K Mcvaugh from Green Lane, PA, age ~87 Get Report