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Stefan U Anger

from Oxford, MI
Age ~60

Stefan Anger Phones & Addresses

  • Oxford, MI
  • San Antonio, TX
  • Rochester Hills, MI
  • Oakland, MI
  • 2933 Fishermans Cv, Lake Orion, MI 48360
  • Auburn Hills, MI
  • Locust Grove, VA
  • 2724 Stanton Rd, Oxford, MI 48371 (248) 814-0280

Education

Degree: High school graduate or higher

Publications

Us Patents

Combined Retainer And Anchor For Floating Shoe Drum Brake

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US Patent:
7637361, Dec 29, 2009
Filed:
Sep 30, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/241155
Inventors:
Djamel Charmat - South Bend IN,
Stefan U. Anger - Oxford MI,
Assignee:
Robert Bosch GmbH - Stuttgart
International Classification:
F16D 51/00
US Classification:
188341, 188 78, 188325, 188328
Abstract:
A one-piece sheet metal combination retainer and anchor for use in a non-servo floating shoe drum brake assembly () having a pair of laterally extending ears () for axially retaining respective ends () of a pair of brake shoes (), and a pair of rivet head reinforceable axially extending portions () for anchoring the brake shoe ends during brake application. A base portion () has one or more rivet () or shaft () receiving apertures with the each of the axially extending portions abutted by a rivet head flat surface (). The base portion has a transversely extending central region () to provide, in conjunction with a brake assembly backing plate (), a parking brake cable () retaining clamp.

Modular Caliper

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US Patent:
5810121, Sep 22, 1998
Filed:
Mar 14, 1997
Appl. No.:
8/818022
Inventors:
Stefan Ulrich Anger - Oxford MI
Bernhard Walter Kullmann - Rochester Hills MI
Assignee:
ITT Automotive Inc. - Auburn Hills MI
International Classification:
F16D 55228
US Classification:
188 725
Abstract:
A modular pin mounted caliper assembly is provided for use in a disc brake. The modular caliper assembly can be angled with one or more other modular caliper assemblies. Each caliper segment has a housing with a piston disposed in an inboard portion thereof for movement in an axial direction. A pair of flanges extend from opposite sides of the housing and are axially offset from each other enabling the connection and alignment of a plurality of segments. The resulting caliper can be used in a wide variety of vehicles despite changes in brake torque requirements. The modular caliper assembly includes a plurality of inboard and outboard brake shoe pairs. Each brake shoe has a pair of pin engaging features extending from opposite outboard ends of the brake shoe. Like the caliper segment flanges, the pin engaging features are axially offset from one another, enabling the shoes to be overlapped on common pins.

Disc Brake, Disc Brake Caliper And Disc Brake Shoe

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US Patent:
5957245, Sep 28, 1999
Filed:
Aug 5, 1997
Appl. No.:
8/905984
Inventors:
Stefan U. Anger - Oxford MI
Daniel D. Keck - Westland MI
Jeffrey R. Skvarce - Clarkston MI
Assignee:
ITT Manufacturing Enterprises Inc. - Wilmington DE
International Classification:
F16D 5500
US Classification:
188 711
Abstract:
In order to realize a two-piston floating caliper disc brake with a wide caliper, the axially outer side of the caliper is supported by radially extending protrusions shaped on the outer brake shoe. While the two protrusions have the same depth, they differ in their width. Corresponding circular grooves within the caliper around recess openings on the opposite side of the brake cylinders, however, are identical. Therefore, a radial support of the brake caliper can be carried out by both protrusions while a tangential positioning of the caliper is limited to the wider one of the two protrusions.

Pin Guided Push-Pull Caliper

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US Patent:
5860496, Jan 19, 1999
Filed:
Dec 18, 1996
Appl. No.:
8/769624
Inventors:
Bernard Kullman - Rochester Hills MI
Stefan Anger - Oxford MI
Jorg Scheibel - Oakland MI
Assignee:
ITT Automotive Inc. - Auburn Hills MI
International Classification:
F16D 6502
US Classification:
188 7345
Abstract:
A disc brake for a motor vehicle includes a rotor mounted to a wheel and rotatable about a first axis therewith; a pair of parallel-spaced pins removably mounted to the vehicle chassis so as to extend in a direction generally parallel to the first axis; a pair of brake shoes having slots for receiving the pins on either side of the rotor so as to place brake linings respectively mounted on the pins in opposition with complementary annular friction surfaces on either side of the rotor; and a caliper slidably supported by the two pins so as to straddle the rotor and both brake shoes, respectively. The slots of the brake shoes are defined in part by a finger configured to deflect responsive to a brake load and the deflection of the finger enables the sequential engagement of the brake shoes against the pins.

Rear Knuckle With Brake Features

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US Patent:
5865275, Feb 2, 1999
Filed:
May 1, 1997
Appl. No.:
8/846448
Inventors:
Stefan Ulrich Anger - Oxford MI
Bernhard Walter Kullmann - Rochester Hills MI
Assignee:
ITT Manufacturing Enterprises, Inc. - Wilmington DE
International Classification:
F16D 6300
US Classification:
188 18A
Abstract:
A vehicular brake assembly comprises brake shoes and a brake disc. The brake shoes are fastened to a sheet plate and mounted inside an inner drum portion of the brake disc. The brake disc is operatively connected to an axle placed within a stationary axle housing that carries a mounting flange. The sheet plate is fastened to the mounting flange. An anchor pin is attached to the mounting flange and an opening is made in the sheet plate for the anchor pin to project therethrough to thereby serve as an abutment surface for the brake shoes transferring any force exerted on the brake shoes directly to the mounting flange. The brake disc is operatively engaged with a caliper adapted to grip an outward portion of the brake disc. The caliper slides are provided on the mounting flange to receive the caliper. A method of making a flange for the braking structure comprises the steps of having a flange intended to match an axle housing and preferably made as a pre-stamped metal sheet part, the flange being provided with mounting holes; placing the prefabricated flange into a form (mold); and casting an anchor pin and caliper slides onto respective surfaces of the flange.

Composite Brake Adapter

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US Patent:
5884732, Mar 23, 1999
Filed:
Mar 12, 1997
Appl. No.:
8/820405
Inventors:
Stefan U. Anger - Oxford MI
Bernhard Kullmann - Rochester Hills MI
William M. Sullivan - Rochester Hills MI
Assignee:
ITT Manufacturing Enterprises Inc. - Wilmington DE
International Classification:
F16D 6538
US Classification:
188 7339
Abstract:
A composite brake adapter for a caliper disc brake assembly is made up of a first pre-stamped part of a sheet of metal adapted to match an axle housing of the assembly, and of a second part cast onto an upper surface of the first part to adhere thereto, additional structural elements providing matching of the second part with a caliper of the assembly being made an integral part of the second part. A method of making a composite brake adapter for a caliper disc brake assembly comprises the steps of providing a first part of the adapter, the first part being provided with mounting holes to match an axle housing of the assembly and being made of a sheet of metal; placing the first part into a mold, and casting a second part of the adapter into the mold onto a surface of the first part. To incorporate additional structural elements of the adapter with a caliper of the assembly, the additional structural elements are placed into a precision fixture and secured within the mold prior to casting the second part.
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