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Dale Soffa Phones & Addresses

  • Shelby Township, MI
  • 54665 Ashley Lauren Dr, Macomb, MI 48042 (586) 677-1487
  • Clinton Township, MI
  • Sterling Heights, MI
  • Roscommon, MI
  • 52292 Stoneridge, Macomb, MI 48042

Work

Company: General motors Nov 2011 to 2012 Address: Warren Design Center Position: Digital sculpter

Education

Degree: Bachelor School / High School: Western Michigan University - Haworth College of Business 1983 to 1984 Specialities: Finance

Skills

Alias Auto Studio, NX, Catia, TeamCenter • Automotive Design • Interior Trim • FMEA • Alias Studio Tools • Design for Assembly • I-DEAS • Sheet Metal • Solid Modeling

Industries

Automotive

Resumes

Resumes

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Digital Sculpter At Generalmotors

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Position:
Digital Sculpter at General Motors
Location:
Greater Detroit Area
Industry:
Automotive
Work:
General Motors - Warren Design Center since Nov 2011
Digital Sculpter

Faurecia Automotive Seating Oct 2000 - Oct 2011
Senior Product Designer

MSX International Jan 1994 - Oct 2000
Senior Designer
Education:
Western Michigan University - Haworth College of Business 1983 - 1984
Bachelor, Finance
Skills:
Alias Auto Studio, NX, Catia, TeamCenter
Automotive Design
Interior Trim
FMEA
Alias Studio Tools
Design for Assembly
I-DEAS
Sheet Metal
Solid Modeling

Publications

Us Patents

Seat-Belt Webbing Guide For Coupes And Convertibles

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US Patent:
2005024, Nov 10, 2005
Filed:
Jan 21, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/038203
Inventors:
Robert Fontecchio - Clarkston MI,
Dale Soffa - Macomb MI,
Olivier Boinais - West Bloomfield MI,
Assignee:
Faurecia Automotive Seating Canada Limited - Mississauga
International Classification:
B60R022/04
US Classification:
280808000
Abstract:
A webbing guide for redirecting a seat-belt webbing in a vehicle, having a seat-belt system, and a vehicle seat assembly. This webbing guide allows the seat-belt webbing to be readily secured to and released from the upper portion of the seatback member of the vehicle seat assembly. The preferred webbing guide comprises a guide body mountable to the upper portion of the seatback member of the vehicle seat assembly. An arm member pivotally engages the guide body, and is thereby movable between an open configuration and a closed configuration for selectively securing the seat-belt webbing to the guide body in readily releasable relation. Further embodiments provide means, such as magnetically biasing means, for releasably retaining the arm member in the closed configuration. This webbing guide is especially useful in relation to vehicle seat assemblies of the type having a seatback member tippable between an upright and occupiable, deployed design configuration and a tipped configuration, which affords ready access rearward of the vehicle seat. The webbing guide is useful for overcoming the inconveniences posed by prior-art webbing guides.
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