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Alexander Rekhels

from Brooklyn, NY
Age ~61

Alexander Rekhels Phones & Addresses

  • 545 Neptune Ave #22C, Brooklyn, NY 11224 (718) 872-5915
  • 545 Neptune Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11224
  • 174 Long Woods Rd, Tobyhanna, PA 18466 (570) 894-3875
  • Port St Lucie, FL
  • Monroeton, PA
  • New York, NY

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Resumes

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Consultant At Eds

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Location:
1321 east Cooper Dr, Palatine, IL 60074
Industry:
Banking
Work:
Credit Suisse Jun 2014 - Sep 2014
Java Consultant

New Age Idea Feb 2014 - May 2014
Java Consultant

Royal Bank of Scotland Jan 2009 - Jul 2013
Associate and Senior Java Developer

Eds Group Feb 2002 - Jan 2009
Senior Java Developer

Bmg Columbia House Jul 2000 - Oct 2001
Senior Java Developer
Education:
State Technical University 1978 - 1982
Bachelors, Bachelor of Science, Computer Science
Odessa National Polytechnic University
Masters
Skills:
Internal Audit
Banking
Finance
Investment Banking
Languages:
English
Russian
Spanish
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Consultant At Eds

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Position:
consultant at EDS
Location:
Greater New York City Area
Industry:
Computer Software
Work:
EDS
consultant
Education:
Odessa State Polytechnic University
master

Business Records

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Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Alexander Rekhels
NEW AGE IDEA INC
545 Neptune Ave #22C, Brooklyn, NY 11224

Publications

Us Patents

Rotatable Display Carousel

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US Patent:
8272519, Sep 25, 2012
Filed:
Nov 18, 2010
Appl. No.:
12/949634
Inventors:
Alexander Rekhels - Brooklyn NY, US
International Classification:
A47F 5/02
A47B 11/00
US Classification:
211163, 108139
Abstract:
A rotatable display carousel may include a stationary central rod and a bottom plate rotatably mounted about the central rod. A plurality of shelf sections may be rotatably positioned above the bottom plate respectively. A rotating mechanism may be used to simultaneously rotate each shelf section respectively by rotating the bottom plate about the central rod. In this manner, each shelf section rotates in sync based upon a rotational speed of the bottom plate. The central rod remains stationary while the bottom plate and the shelf sections rotate respectively. The structural arrangement enables the plurality of shelf sections to be dynamically linked to the bottom plate in such a manner that the shelf sections synchronously rotate upon rotation of the bottom plate.

Rotatable Display Carousel And Associated Method

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US Patent:
8371459, Feb 12, 2013
Filed:
Jul 12, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/548023
Inventors:
Alexander Rekhels - Brooklyn NY, US
International Classification:
A47F 5/02
A47B 11/00
US Classification:
211163, 108139
Abstract:
A rotatable display carousel may include a stationary central rod and a bottom plate rotatably mounted about the central rod. A plurality of shelf sections may be rotatably positioned above the bottom plate respectively. A rotating mechanism may be used to simultaneously rotate each shelf section respectively by rotating the bottom plate about the central rod. In this manner, each shelf section rotates in sync based upon a rotational speed of the bottom plate. The central rod remains stationary while the bottom plate and the shelf sections rotate respectively. The structural arrangement enables the plurality of shelf sections to be dynamically linked to the bottom plate in such a manner that the shelf sections synchronously rotate upon rotation of the bottom plate.

Guide Assembly For Power Tools And Associated Method

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US Patent:
7661346, Feb 16, 2010
Filed:
Aug 17, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/893946
Inventors:
Alexander Rekhels - Brooklyn NY, US
International Classification:
B26D 1/04
US Classification:
83574, 83614
Abstract:
A guide assembly for power tools includes a rectilinear guide and a rotary guide slidably attached to the rectilinear guide with a post with axially opposed top and bottom ends respectively. The rotary guide further includes a knob provided with a rod with a first end directly attached to a bottom surface of the knob. The assembly further includes a mechanism for slidably attaching the rotary guide to the rectilinear guide and a mechanism for removably securing the rectilinear guide to a support surface. The removable securing mechanism further includes an opening formed in each of the end caps and located in a central region thereof.
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