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  • 1557 Eagle Trl, Oxford, MI 48371 (248) 814-1117
  • 740 Pine Tree Rd, Lake Orion, MI 48362 (248) 814-1117
  • 62 Washington St, Lake Orion, MI 48362 (248) 814-1117
  • Provo, UT
  • Oakland, MI
  • Placentia, CA

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Michael Shinedling Photo 1

Program Manager At Chrysler

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Location:
Greater Detroit Area
Industry:
Automotive
Experience:
Chrysler Privately Held; 10,001+ employees; DCX; Automotive industry: Program Manager,  (January 2007-Present) Chrysler Privately Held; 10,001+ employees; DCX; Automotive industry: Engineer,  (2000-2008) Chrysler Automotive industry: Lead Body...

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Us Patents

Retractable Glass Roof And Liftgate Open Air Vehicle System

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US Patent:
7611189, Nov 3, 2009
Filed:
Oct 25, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/923807
Inventors:
Brian Nielander - Royal Oak MI,
Michael Shinedling - Oxford MI,
Assignee:
Chrysler Group LLC - Auburn Hills MI
International Classification:
B60J 5/10
B60J 7/043
US Classification:
2961468, 2961072, 29621604
Abstract:
A vehicle with a sliding glass roof system capable of operating in multiple modes, such as a rear liftgate, a sunroof, a retractable roof, and a convertible, is provided. The vehicle includes a retractable glass roof, lift glass, and carrier assembly in a single system. In an exemplary embodiment, the vehicle includes a sliding roof panel configured to engage a carrier that also holds and supports a glass cargo liftgate. The sliding roof panel is configured to open in a sunroof and a convertible mode. The glass cargo liftgate is configured to open as a liftgate and in the convertible mode. The sliding roof and liftgate system includes a combination of attachments, gas struts, hinges, latches, seals and the like.

Adjustable Aerodynamic Splitter

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US Patent:
7661753, Feb 16, 2010
Filed:
Nov 5, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/934806
Inventors:
Michael Shinedling - Oxford MI,
Ray Ayala - Royal oak MI,
Matt Bejnarowicz - Farmington Hills MI,
Assignee:
Chrysler Group LLC - Auburn Hills MI
International Classification:
B60J 9/04
US Classification:
2961805
Abstract:
An adjustable aerodynamic splitter for a motor vehicle having a rearward flexible segment for attachment to the vehicle body and a forward more rigid segment, wherein the forward segment's leading edge is arranged for selectively attaching thereto an extension strip of a desired width, and at least one pair of adjustable length linkages attaching the splitter to the vehicle body near the leading edge, spaced symmetrically about the vehicle centerline, and arranged to raise or lower the leading edge in response to adjustment of the linkages' length.

Windshield Frame

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US Patent:
5853857, Dec 29, 1998
Filed:
Feb 20, 1997
Appl. No.:
8/803223
Inventors:
Mohammed Mahmood - Troy MI
Michael M. Shinedling - Lake Orion MI
Saad M. Abouzahr - Highland MI
Stuart A. Ehrhardt - Davisburg MI
Dennis G. Karolski - Rochester Hills MI
Assignee:
The Budd Company - Troy MI
Chrysler Corporation - Auburn Hills MI
International Classification:
B32B 100
B29L 4700
B28B 500
US Classification:
428178
Abstract:
The present invention provides a windshield frame utilizing composite technology. More particularly, the windshield frame preferably comprises a fiber reinforced plastic molded upper frame section bonded with a structural grade adhesive to a fiber reinforced plastic molded lower frame section. According to the invention, steel reinforcements and tapping plates are bonded on or molded into the frame sections to stabilize the structure and provide hardware attachment points. Continuous carbon fibers may also be molded in the frame sections in critical high stress areas. The strength of the bonding between the frame sections is enhanced by a tongue and groove geometry along the interface. In addition, dowel pins and bushings are used to mechanically tie the frame sections together near body side attachment points. The frame sections also define a hollow section therebetween to maximize structural efficiency, provide a conduit for electrical wires and offer a platform for visors, mirrors, seals, and other hardware.
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