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  • Lower Gwynedd, PA
  • Ottsville, PA
  • Buck, PA
  • 1308 Meetinghouse Rd, North Wales, PA 19454 (215) 654-0262 (215) 646-8029 (215) 646-5242
  • 1401 Meetinghouse Rd, North Wales, PA 19454
  • Gwynedd, PA

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Company: Imaging sciences international, inc Address: 1910 N Penn Rd, Hatfield, PA 19440 Position: President Industries: Dental Equipment and Supplies

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Company / Classification
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Henry Tancredi
President
Imaging Sciences International, Inc
Dental Equipment and Supplies
1910 N Penn Rd, Hatfield, PA 19440
Henry Tancredi
President
Imaging Sciences International, Inc
Dental Equipment and Supplies
1910 N Penn Rd, Hatfield, PA 19440

Publications

Us Patents

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US Patent:
8290119, Oct 16, 2012
Filed:
Jan 24, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/524403
Inventors:
Henry Tancredi - Ottsville PA,
Edward Marandola - Gwynedd PA,
John Tancredi - Hatfield PA,
Assignee:
Imaging Sciences International LLC - Hatfield PA
International Classification:
A61B 6/14
US Classification:
378 38, 378197
Abstract:
For dental and facial imaging, a source of x-rays () or other penetrating radiation and a detector () are mounted opposite one another on a rotatable gantry (), so that the head of the patient can be positioned between the source () and the detector (), with the axis of rotation () of the gantry passing through the patient's head. The detector is longer in one direction than in the perpendicular direction, generally rectangular, and is rotatable between a position in which the long axis is transverse to the axis of rotation of the gantry and a position in which the long axis is generally parallel to the axis of rotation of the gantry. The length of the detector along the long axis is sufficient for fully detailed computed CT when the long axis is transverse, and for full-face CT when the long axis is parallel.

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US Patent:
8503603, Aug 6, 2013
Filed:
Feb 20, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/918558
Inventors:
Henry John Tancredi - Ottsville PA,
Edward Marandola - Gwynedd PA,
Frank Speranza - Warminster PA,
Omid Ebrahimi Kia - North Bethesda MD,
Assignee:
Dental Imaging Technologies Corporation - Hatfield PA
International Classification:
A61B 6/14
US Classification:
378 39
Abstract:
For dental and facial imaging, a source of x-rays () or other penetrating radiation and a detector () are mounted opposite one another on a rotatable gantry (), so that the head of the patient can be positioned between the source () and the detector (), with the axis of rotation () of the gantry passing through the patient's head. The detector or the source are mounted so they can translate and/or pivot horizontally or vertically. The gantry is angulated so that the source or the detector may not be at the same height relative to the patient's head. The gantry can telescope, moving the source and the detector closer together or further apart. The collimator changes dynamically with the motion of the gantry and/or the source and detector to scan a smaller portion of the scan field.

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US Patent:
2013001, Jan 17, 2013
Filed:
Sep 21, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/624105
Inventors:
Henry Tancredi - Ottsville PA,
Edward Marandola - Gwynedd PA,
John Tancredi - Hatfield PA,
International Classification:
A61B 6/14
H05G 1/60
US Classification:
378 4, 378 39
Abstract:
An apparatus for dental and facial imaging including a rotatable gantry having an axis of rotation generally in the direction of local gravitational vertical; a source of penetrating radiation mounted on the gantry; an elongated detector for detecting radiation and producing image data, the detector mounted opposite the source on the gantry, and having a length, a long axis, and a short axis The gantry, source, and detector configured to receive the head of a patient between the source and the detector, with the axis of rotation of the gantry passing through the patient's head. The detector is mounted rotatably to the gantry and movable between a first position where the long axis of the detector is generally perpendicular to the axis of rotation of the gantry and a second position where the long axis of the detector is generally parallel to the axis of rotation of the gantry.

Laminating Roll Actuating Crank Mechanism

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US Patent:
4387000, Jun 7, 1983
Filed:
Feb 17, 1981
Appl. No.:
6/235412
Inventors:
Henry J. Tancredi - Gwynedd PA
Assignee:
E. I. Du Pont de Nemours and Company - Wilmington DE
International Classification:
B32B 3100
B30B 304
US Classification:
156495
Abstract:
A pair of laminating rolls are respectively connected to a first and a second actuating arm themselves pivotally mounted to a slotted actuating link. The link is itself pivotally mounted to a single actuator. The link is arranged such that opening and closing forces are simultaneously applied to the arms to open and close the laminating rolls.

Surgical Instrument For Cutting Body Tissue From A Body Area Having A Restricted Space

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US Patent:
4601290, Jul 22, 1986
Filed:
Oct 11, 1983
Appl. No.:
6/540319
Inventors:
Marc H. Effron - New Hope PA
Henry J. Tancredi - Gwynedd PA
Assignee:
Cabot Medical Corporation - Langhorne PA
International Classification:
A61F 1732
US Classification:
128305
Abstract:
A surgical instrument and method for cutting and removing body tissue from a body area having a restricted space is provided. The cutter comprises an external cutting tube sized for insertion into the restricted space. The external tube has an opening therein with cutting edges thereon. An internal tube having an internal opening therein with cutting edges thereon is positioned within the external tube. The openings in the external and internal tubes are relatively oscillatingly movable to open to receive body tissue therethrough and to close to cut the body tissue. A vacuum is provided to draw the cut body tissue into and through the internal tube and out of the instrument.

Gripping Arrangement For An Apparatus For Automatically Laminating Circuit Boards

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US Patent:
4338152, Jul 6, 1982
Filed:
Feb 17, 1981
Appl. No.:
6/235414
Inventors:
Matthew A. Del Bianco - Chesapeake Isle, North East MD
Henry J. Tancredi - Gwynedd PA
Assignee:
E. I. Du Pont de Nemours and Company - Wilmington DE
International Classification:
B31B 100
US Classification:
156351
Abstract:
A gripping arrangement for removing laminated circuit boards from the lamination region of an automatic laminating apparatus includes a gripping element which grasps the board after a predetermined portion has emerged from the apparatus. A carriage is simultaneously actuated to impose a displacement force on the laminate to assist in withdrawing it from the apparatus.

Roller Drive For An Apparatus For Automatically Laminating Circuit Boards

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US Patent:
4377434, Mar 22, 1983
Filed:
Feb 17, 1981
Appl. No.:
6/235415
Inventors:
Matthew A. Del Bianco - Chesapeake Isle, North East MD
Henry J. Tancredi - Gwynedd PA
Assignee:
E. I. Du Pont de Nemours and Company - Wilmington DE
International Classification:
B65C 940
US Classification:
156364
Abstract:
A conveyance arrangement for conveying planar circuit boards is characterized by a roller drive in which the individual rollers have an angled driving surface formed thereon. The angularity of the driving surface is selected such that when the surface engages the edge thickness of a circuit board the board, if otherwise unrestrained, is displaced at a predetermined rectilinear velocity. However, if the board is restrained, the driving surface slips with respect to the edge of the board.

Take-Up Roll Mandrel Slip Clutch Tensioning Device

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US Patent:
4363455, Dec 14, 1982
Filed:
Feb 17, 1981
Appl. No.:
6/235413
Inventors:
Matthew A. Del Bianco - Chesapeake Isle, North East MD
Henry J. Tancredi - Gwynedd PA
Assignee:
E. I. Du Pont de Nemours and Company - Wilmington DE
International Classification:
B65H 5938
US Classification:
242 755
Abstract:
A tensioning device for the take-up roll in an automatic laminating apparatus is characterized by a clutch member attached to the roll, the clutch member having a clutch material thereon biased into an abutting interface with respect to a drive member. The drive member is rotated at a first predetermined angular velocity. The clutch material continuously slips along the interface with the drive member to impart a second, lesser, angular velocity.
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