Laszlo G Sandor

from Fremont, CA

Also known as:
  • Laszlo G Sandoz
  • Sandor Laz
Phone and address:
40853 Townsend Ter, Fremont, CA 94538
5104903597

Laszlo Sandor Phones & Addresses

  • 40853 Townsend Ter, Fremont, CA 94538 • 5104903597
  • Alameda, CA
  • Santa Barbara, CA
  • 2727 Miradero Dr APT 209, Santa Barbara, CA 93105

Work

  • Company:
    Zyomyx corp - Fremont, CA
    2012
  • Position:
    Director of materials

Education

  • School / High School:
    California Polytechnic State University- San Luis Obispo, CA
  • Specialities:
    B. S. in Process Engineering

Resumes

Laszlo Sandor Photo 1

Laszlo Sandor Fremont, CA

view source
Work:
Zyomyx Corp
Fremont, CA
2012 to 2014
DIRECTOR OF MATERIALS
INTUITY MEDICAL Corp
Sunnyvale, CA
2006 to 2012
DIRECTOR OF MATERIALS
ARADIGM Corp
Hayward, CA
2004 to 2006
MANAGER OF OPERATIONS PLANNING & LOGISTICS
SANGSTAT MEDICAL Corp
Fremont, CA
1999 to 2004
THERAPEUTICS OPERATION MANAGER
VIDAMED INC
Fremont, CA
1997 to 1999
SR. PROJECT ENGINERR
Multiple Medical Device & Instrument Companies

1979 to 1997
ENGINEERING SUPERVISOR & MFG/DESIGN ENGINEER
Education:
California Polytechnic State University
San Luis Obispo, CA
B. S. in Process Engineering

Us Patents

  • Container Neck Finish And Method And Apparatus For Forming Same And Cap For Use Thereon

    view source
  • US Patent:
    6536616, Mar 25, 2003
  • Filed:
    Apr 27, 2001
  • Appl. No.:
    09/844103
  • Inventors:
    Laszlo G. Sandor - Fremont CA
    Daniel Luch - Morgan Hill CA
    Richard E. Repp - San Jose CA
  • Assignee:
    Portola Packaging, Inc. - San Jose CA
  • International Classification:
    B65D 4148
  • US Classification:
    215 43, 215 45, 215256, 215344, 264536, 425527
  • Abstract:
    The neck of a container has a smooth seal surface engaged by the inner skirt or plug of a cap. Such surface is free of trim and parting line flaws which are characteristic of blow-molded jars because the surface is formed in such a way that the seal surface is not in contact with mold parting lines and further the trim (excess plastic) of the neck is located away from the sealing surface. In one form of the disclosure, above the sealing surface the neck wall slants outward and then bends upward-inward in a short, tapered stretch about 18 degree to the horizontal which engages the underside of the cap disk to compress against the disk or a liner or foil. Other forms of seal surfaces are disclosed In another form of the invention, above the seal surface the neck extends outward and then upward and then inward in a flange which is trimmed along a line which has a circumference no less than the circumference of the seal surface. The exterior of the neck is formed with shoulders or screw threads which engage over locking beads or threads on the interior of the outer skirt of the cap. Caps suitable for combination with the neck, methods of forming the neck and mold apparatus for forming the neck are also disclosed.
  • Container Neck Finish And Method And Apparatus For Forming Same And Cap For Use Thereon

    view source
  • US Patent:
    20030127414, Jul 10, 2003
  • Filed:
    Feb 11, 2003
  • Appl. No.:
    10/365631
  • Inventors:
    Laszlo Sandor - Fremont CA, US
    Daniel Luch - Morgan Hill CA, US
    Richard Repp - San Jose CA, US
  • International Classification:
    B65D041/34
    B65D041/48
  • US Classification:
    215/044000, 215/045000, 215/256000, 215/354000
  • Abstract:
    The neck of a container has a smooth seal surface engaged by the inner skirt or plug of a cap. Such surface is free of trim and parting line flaws which are characteristic of blow-molded jars because the surface is formed in such a way that the seal surface is not in contact with mold parting lines and further the trim (excess plastic) of the neck is located away from the sealing surface. In one form of the disclosure, above the sealing surface the neck wall slants outward and then bends upward-inward in a short, tapered stretch about 18.degree. to the horizontal which engages the underside of the cap disk to compress against the disk or a liner or foil. Other forms of seal surfaces are disclosed In another form of the invention, above the seal surface the neck extends outward and then upward and then inward in a flange which is trimmed along a line which has a circumference no less than the circumference of the seal surface. The exterior of the neck is formed with shoulders or screw threads which engage over locking beads or threads on the interior of the outer skirt of the cap. Caps suitable for combination with the neck, methods of forming the neck and mold apparatus for forming the neck are also disclosed.
  • Interrupted Thread Cap Structure

    view source
  • US Patent:
    59673524, Oct 19, 1999
  • Filed:
    Sep 29, 1997
  • Appl. No.:
    8/939257
  • Inventors:
    Richard E. Repp - San Jose CA
    Laszlo G. Sandor - Fremont CA
    Jack L. Watts - Menlo Park CA
  • Assignee:
    Portola Packaging, Inc. - San Jose CA
  • International Classification:
    B65D 3900
    B65D 4134
  • US Classification:
    215256
  • Abstract:
    A container neck is used with a tamper-evident, snap-on, screw-off closure. The neck has a multiple of four first helical threads on a neck stretch portion, and at least one external ratchet tooth on a locking wall portion below the neck stretch. The closure has an upper skirt having second helical threads mating with the first helical thread of the neck and a lower skirt with at least one internal ratchet tooth shaped and positioned to engage the external ratchet tooth when the closure is applied to the neck. The teeth formed on the skirt interior and neck exterior are arranged to provide at least one circumferentially extending stretch of the tamper-evident band where the teeth are not engaged. A line of weakness extending vertically through the disengaged stretch of the tamper-evident band is ruptured when the closure is unscrewed from the neck. The number of helical threads is preferably eight and, in any event, a multiple of four.
  • Blow Molded Container Structure, Cap Therefore And Method Of Forming Said Neck

    view source
  • US Patent:
    59643625, Oct 12, 1999
  • Filed:
    Apr 28, 1997
  • Appl. No.:
    8/847928
  • Inventors:
    Laszlo G. Sandor - Fremont CA
    Daniel Luch - Morgan Hill CA
    Richard E. Repp - San Jose CA
  • Assignee:
    Portola Packaging, Inc. - San Jose CA
  • International Classification:
    B65D 4148
    B29C 2500
  • US Classification:
    215 43
  • Abstract:
    The neck of a container has a smooth seal surface engaged by the inner skirt or plug of a cap. Such surface is free of trim and parting line flaws which are characteristic of blow-molded jars because the surface is formed in such a way that the seal surface is not in contact with mold parting lines and further the trim of the neck (excess plastic) is located away from the sealing surface. In one form of the disclosure, above the sealing surface the neck wall slants outward and then bends upward-inward in a short, tapered stretch about 18. degree. to the horizontal which engages the underside of the cap disk to compress against the disk or a liner or foil. In another form of the invention, above the seal surface the neck extends outward and the upward and then inward in a flange which is trimmed along a line which has a circumference no less than the circumference of the seal surface. The exterior of the neck is formed with shoulders which engage over locking beads on the interior of the outer skirt of the cap.
  • Container Neck Finish And Method And Apparatus For Forming Same And Cap For Use Thereon

    view source
  • US Patent:
    6241111, Jun 5, 2001
  • Filed:
    Aug 2, 1999
  • Appl. No.:
    9/365432
  • Inventors:
    Laszlo Sandor - Fremont CA
    Daniel Luch - Morgan Hill CA
    Richard E. Repp - San Jose CA
  • Assignee:
    Portola Packaging, Inc. - San Jose CA
  • International Classification:
    B65D 4134
    B29C 4950
    B29C 2500
  • US Classification:
    215 43
  • Abstract:
    The neck of a container has a smooth seal surface engaged by the inner skirt or plug of a cap. Such surface is free of trim and parting line flaws which are characteristic of blow-molded jars because the surface is formed in such a way that the seal surface is not in contact with mold parting lines and further the trim (excess plastic) of the neck is located away from the sealing surface. In one form of the disclosure, above the sealing surface the neck wall slants outward and then bends upward-inward in a short, tapered stretch which engages the underside of the cap disk to compress against the disk or a liner or foil. Other forms of seal surfaces are disclosed. The exterior of the neck is formed with screw threads which engage threads on the interior of the outer skirt of the cap. Caps suitable for combination with the neck, methods of forming the neck and mold apparatus for forming the neck are also disclosed.
  • Fitment Having Removable Membrane

    view source
  • US Patent:
    59155744, Jun 29, 1999
  • Filed:
    Jul 23, 1998
  • Appl. No.:
    9/121761
  • Inventors:
    Brian M. Adams - Newark CA
    Rawson L. Chenault - San Francisco CA
    Laszlo G. Sandor - Fremont CA
    Daniel Luch - Morgan Hill CA
  • Assignee:
    Portola Packaging, Inc - San Jose CA
  • International Classification:
    B65D 2542
  • US Classification:
    215 45
  • Abstract:
    A fitment for use as a pour spout for a paper carton or flexible bag for liquids and powders has a flange which may be welded around a hole in the carton. A spout projecting outward from the flange is provided with a removable membrane integral with an inward projection positioned on the interior of the spout approximately midway of its height. Preferably the membrane is concave. A horizontally disposed pull ring is attached to the membrane by a connector so that pulling the ring removes the membrane by fracturing the tear line at the juncture of the outer edge of the membrane and the projection. A cap snaps over the spout and may be removed by unscrewing the complementary threads on cap and spout. A tamper-evidencing band frangibly connected to the lower edge of the cap skirt engages the exterior of the spout so that the cap cannot be removed without breaking the fragible connection.
  • Fitment Having Removable Membrane

    view source
  • US Patent:
    58101845, Sep 22, 1998
  • Filed:
    Feb 28, 1997
  • Appl. No.:
    8/808682
  • Inventors:
    Brian M. Adams - Newark CA
    Rawson L. Chenault - San Francisco CA
    Laszlo G. Sandor - Fremont CA
    Daniel Luch - Morgan Hill CA
  • Assignee:
    Portola Packaging, Inc. - San Jose CA
  • International Classification:
    B65D 2542
  • US Classification:
    215 45
  • Abstract:
    A fitment for use as a pour spout for a paper carton or flexible bag for liquids and powders has a flange which may be welded around a hole in the carton. A spout projecting outward from the flange is provided with a removable membrane integral with an inward projection positioned on the interior of the spout approximately midway of its height. Preferably the membrane is concave. A horizontally disposed pull ring is attached to the membrane by a connector so that pulling the ring removes the membrane by fracturing the tear line at the juncture of the outer edge of the membrane and the projection. A cap snaps over the spout and may be removed by unscrewing the complementary threads on cap and spout. A tamper-evidencing band frangibly connected to the lower edge of the cap skirt engages the exterior of the spout so that the cap cannot be removed without breaking the fragible connection.
  • Blow Molded Container Structure, Cap Therefore And Method Of Forming Said Neck

    view source
  • US Patent:
    61873993, Feb 13, 2001
  • Filed:
    Jul 29, 1999
  • Appl. No.:
    9/363991
  • Inventors:
    Laszlo G. Sandor - Fremont CA
    Daniel Luch - Morgan Hill CA
    Richard E. Repp - San Jose CA
  • Assignee:
    Portola Packaging, Inc. - San Jose CA
  • International Classification:
    B65D 4148
  • US Classification:
    428 357
  • Abstract:
    The neck of a container has a smooth seal surface engaged by the inner skirt or plug of a cap. Such surface is free of trim and parting line flaws which are characteristic of blow-molded jars because the surface is formed in such a way that the seal surface is not in contact with mold parting lines and further the trim of the neck (excess plastic) is located away from the sealing surface. In one form of the disclosure, above the sealing surface the neck wall slants outward and then bends upward-inward in a short, tapered stretch about 18. degree. to the horizontal which engages the underside of the cap disk to compress against the disk or a liner or foil. In another form of the invention, above the seal surface the neck extends outward and then upward and then inward in a flange which is trimmed along a line which has a circumference no less than the circumference of the seal surface. The exterior of the neck is formed with shoulders which engage over locking beads on the interior of the outer skirt of the cap.

Classmates

Laszlo Sandor Photo 2

Fords Middle School, Ford...

view source
Graduates:
Jocelyn Rivera (1993-1996),
Dawn Pearson (1984-1985),
Sherri Denes (1973-1976),
Sandor Laszlo (1987-1989),
Russell Calabrese (1967-1970)
Laszlo Sandor Photo 3

Lafayette Estates Element...

view source
Graduates:
Sandor Laszlo (1980-1987),
Lon Brennan (1965-1969),
John Lutz (1961-1967),
John Digregorio (1964-1965)
Laszlo Sandor Photo 4

Marcel Vaillancourt Junio...

view source
Graduates:
Sandor Laszlo (1992-1996),
Karine Goedike Messier (1985-1988),
Stephanie Mayrand (1985-1987),
Karine Giroux (1993-1997)
Laszlo Sandor Photo 5

Middlesex County Vo-Tech ...

view source
Graduates:
Alan Gluchowski (1961-1965),
Carlos M Perez (1988-1992),
Sandor Laszlo (1989-1993),
Stephen Starrick (1996-2000),
Carolyn Forsthoffer (1982-1986)
Laszlo Sandor Photo 6

Perth Amboy Vocational Te...

view source
Graduates:
Sandor Laszlo (1989-1993),
Hector Lopez Jr (1996-2000),
Joe Vining (1976-1980),
Shannie Munoz (1995-1999)
Laszlo Sandor Photo 7

Carnegie Mellon Universit...

view source
Graduates:
Mark Sontz (1982-1986),
Bob Shenk (1991-1995),
Bernhard Behn (1996-2002),
Sandor Laszlo (2002-2004)
Laszlo Sandor Photo 8

Pennsylvania State Univer...

view source
Graduates:
Sandor Laszlo (1996-1998),
John Larkin (1967-1969),
Bryan Crow (1998-2001),
Bill Jackson (1979-1981),
Kelly Franklin (2004-2008),
Lynn Bosak (1980-1982)

Googleplus

Laszlo Sandor Photo 9

Laszlo Sandor

Work:
Sony Pictures Television - FD (2003)
Laszlo Sandor Photo 10

Laszlo Sandor

Relationship:
Married
Laszlo Sandor Photo 11

Laszlo Sandor

Laszlo Sandor Photo 12

Laszlo Sandor

Laszlo Sandor Photo 13

Laszlo Sandor

Laszlo Sandor Photo 14

Laszlo Sandor

Laszlo Sandor Photo 15

Laszlo Sandor

Laszlo Sandor Photo 16

Laszlo Sandor

Myspace

Laszlo Sandor Photo 17

laszlo sandor

view source
Locality:
MODESTO, California
Gender:
Male
Birthday:
1935

Youtube

Andrea Dancers (Trio Mexicanos)

Eszter and Jonny Pangrazio, Laszlo Sandor. Acrobatic dancers New York ...

  • Category:
    Entertainment
  • Uploaded:
    25 Feb, 2010
  • Duration:
    3m 43s

Plaxo

Laszlo Sandor Photo 18

laszlo Sandor

view source
Santelli Art

Facebook

Laszlo Sandor Photo 19

Laszlo Sandor

view source
Laszlo Sandor Photo 20

Laszlo Sandor

view source
Laszlo Sandor Photo 21

Laszlo Sandor

view source
Laszlo Sandor Photo 22

Szalma Laszlo Sandor

view source
Laszlo Sandor Photo 23

Laszlo Sandor

view source
Laszlo Sandor Photo 24

Laszlo Sandor

view source
Laszlo Sandor Photo 25

Laszlo Sandor Medina Alayo

view source
Laszlo Sandor Photo 26

Sandor Laszlo

view source

Get Report for Laszlo G Sandor from Fremont, CA
Control profile