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Thomas A Cadawas

from Staten Island, NY
Age ~51

Thomas Cadawas Phones & Addresses

  • 92 Oneida Ave, Staten Island, NY 10301
  • 92 Oneida Ave #1, Staten Island, NY 10301

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Rally Banner

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US Patent:
2012004, Mar 1, 2012
Filed:
Aug 24, 2010
Appl. No.:
12/862158
Inventors:
Eddie Mishan - New York NY,
Alex Fonseca - Mine Hill NJ,
Thomas A. Cadawas - Staten Island NY,
International Classification:
G09F 17/00
US Classification:
40604
Abstract:
A collapsible rally banner assembly includes a closed resilient loop having a folded small-diameter position with multiple turns of the loop overlapping each other, and an large-diameter display position with one continuous turn of the loop laying substantially in a plane, a flexible circular material covering having an outer circular perimeter tube that receives the loop. The covering has at least one smooth glossy surface that is adapted to be written on by a dry erasable marker and, from which the writing can be erased using a cloth. The assembly also includes a flexible pouch having side walls and an opening of a size for receiving the loop in its folded position but not in its large-diameter display position and a dry erasable marker for erasably writing on the at least one surface.

Loudspeaker Enclosure With Acoustically Coupled Loudspeaker Damper

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US Patent:
4145571, Mar 20, 1979
Filed:
Mar 13, 1978
Appl. No.:
5/886057
Inventors:
Thomas L. Cadawas - Staten Island NY
International Classification:
H04R 128
US Classification:
179 1E
Abstract:
A loudspeaker system is described in which a driven speaker is acoustically coupled in the speaker enclosure with a variable acoustical damper, the damper having an acoustical cone, the movement of which is dampened by an induction coil connected across variable resistance means.

Phonograph Tone Arm Suspension

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US Patent:
4423501, Dec 27, 1983
Filed:
Apr 23, 1981
Appl. No.:
6/257943
Inventors:
Thomas L. Cadawas - Staten Island NY
International Classification:
G11B 1702
US Classification:
369253
Abstract:
A phonograph tone arm suspension system in which the cantilevered tone arm is supported by a resilient member. First and second attachment means are provided for the resilient member on the tone arm and on a vertical support member, respectively, which attachment means are positionally adjustable so as to permit variation in the vertical component of the supporting resilient member and in the vertical compliance of the tone arm.
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