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Local Address:  Akron , Ohio , United States
Akron Metal Etching
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"When you are creating something like ..., 26 Sept 2014 [cached]
"When you are creating something like this, it is a work of art," said Lee Eisinger, president, Akron Metal Etching.
Rapid Texture Prototyping – Objet Geometries, 20 April 2010 [cached]
“The advent of rapid texture prototyping technology greatly reduces the effort required for applying texture to printed models,†says Mr. Lee Eisinger, President of Akron Metal Etching. “The goal of Akron Metal Etching has been to provide the highest quality mold texturing based on our extensive experience in the plastics and related industries.
Note: Information and pictures in this applications note are courtesy of Mr. Eisinger, President of Akron Metal Etching.
Beacon Journal | 03/14/2004 | Answers through divine invention, 14 Mar 2004 [cached]
Lee Eisinger of Akron built the HomeSaver device to automatically shut off an unattended stove. His wife, Debby, will head their company.
Lee Eisinger of Akron built the HomeSaver device to automatically shut off an unattended stove.His wife, Debby, will head their company. | More photos...
Lee Eisinger discovered a new twist to an old adage: Sometimes, mother is the necessity of invention.
The Akron man, who built a device to automatically shut off his elderly mother's stove if she left it unattended, is one of three local finalists in a national contest sponsored by the National Inventors Hall of Fame.
Eisinger will be joined by Robert Witmer of Orrville and Nelson Pitlor of Twinsburg for the first Invent Now America Exposition, to be held March 26-27 in Orlando, Fla.
After several incidents of her forgetting to turn the stove off, Eisinger unplugged the appliance.But that only shifted his worry to the toaster oven left at her disposal.
"I thought there had to be a solution.I deal with people and devices every day," said Eisinger, who is president of the Akron Metal Etching Co.
During a drive to Chicago, he began to think the answer was in motion-sensing technology.
Eisinger's HomeSaver can detect when someone has been away from the stove for six minutes.A loud beep alerts the cook, who must return to the stove (in view of the sensor) for a five-second period.If motion is not detected in the next two minutes, the stove shuts itself off.
Akron Metropolitan Housing Authority has tested the sensors in some public housing units and has expressed interest in buying them, Eisinger said.
The device -- which will be manufactured and assembled by Western Reserve Controls in Akron -- will sell for about $300 or so, he said.
1/01m.e. departments: tech focus, pt. 2, 26 Aug 2002 [cached]
Lee Eisinger, president of Akron Metal Etching and inventor of the Prototex texturing process, saw a potential problem with DSM Somos series resins because their polypropylene-like flexibility might cause the part to reject the texture.
So far, it appears his concerns were unfounded.Eisinger was able to successfully apply the requested Akron Metal Etching E204 pattern with a depth of 0.0015 inch to the three-part mirror assembly consisting of rear, middle, and bezel components.
Akron Metal Etching's process makes it possible to achieve intricate designs, including text and logos.The texturing process involves applying a blue photopolymer onto the surface of the part in a layer thickness that varies from 0.0005 to 0.012 inch.
A rearview automotive mirror prototype has been textured to give the look of a production part.
Once the pieces are dried, the texture is applied by one of a number of methods, depending on the selected grain, configuration, and thickness required.
In this case, the pattern, which was a very fine texture, was applied by a film-based system, Eisinger said.Further blending of seams and splices for uniformity and total coverage to deter any pattern anomaly is then completed.After they have been covered, the parts are exposed to ultraviolet light curing cycles.The film is then removed and the part is placed in a chemical bath, which etches away any unexposed polymer.The texture is actually built up in relief.
"Once Lee finished and the parts were returned, we made silicone rubber tooling and cast several polyure-thane prototypes-which have an appearance just like injection-molded parts," said LeMaster.
Home Based Business Portal, 27 Feb 2005 [cached]
Lee Eisinger, president and majority owner of Akron Metal Etching, has learned to embrace change.He sees it as the way to keep his company prosperous.
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