Brian Hopkinson Phones & Addresses

  • 686 Swan Rd, De Pere, WI 54115 (920) 490-0369
  • 1502 Merrill St #37, De Pere, WI 54115 (920) 490-7364
  • 2330 Canter Ln, Green Bay, WI 54304 (920) 490-0369
  • 2330 Canter Ln #37, Green Bay, WI 54304 (920) 490-0369
  • 2445 Basswood St, Green Bay, WI 54313 (920) 490-0369
  • 2300 Beau Monde Ter #404, Lisle, IL 60532 (630) 490-7364


Company: Parsons-eagle packaging systems May 2017 Position: Electrical engineer


Degree: Bachelors School / High School: Devry University 1989 to 1992 Specialities: Electrical Engineering


Troubleshooting • Programmable Logic Controller • Automation • Engineering • Motion Control • Control Logic • Plc Programming


Industrial Automation



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Electrical Engineer

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686 Swan Rd, De Pere, WI 54115
Industrial Automation
Parsons-Eagle Packaging Systems
Electrical Engineer

Paper Converting Machine Company Jun 1996 - Apr 2017
Electrical Engineer, Motion Control Programmer

Paper Converting Machine Company Jun 1996 - Jan 1998
Field Service Technician

Hayssen Flexible Systems Mar 1992 - Jun 1996
Field Service Technician
Devry University 1989 - 1992
Bachelors, Electrical Engineering
Programmable Logic Controller
Motion Control
Control Logic
Plc Programming

Business Records

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Brian Hopkinson
Hopkinson, Brian Law Offices of
Legal Services Office
1030 Higgins Rd, Park Ridge, IL 60068
(312) 587-0666


Us Patents

Continuous Motion Sealing Apparatus For Packaging Machine

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US Patent:
20030159401, Aug 28, 2003
Feb 28, 2002
Appl. No.:
Richard Sorenson - Sheboygan WI, US
John Odegard - Green Bay WI, US
David Wilson - Appleton WI, US
Brian Hopkinson - Green Bay WI, US
International Classification:
US Classification:
A sealing apparatus is especially adapted for a packaging machine which wraps spaced-apart products with a tubular film. The apparatus includes a frame which provides a path along which the products are advanced. A sealing support structure is mounted on the frame for linear reciprocating movement along the path. A crank arm is rotatably mounted on the frame for reciprocating the sealing support structure. Upper and lower sealing dies are mounted on the sealing support structure for linear movement toward and away from each other in a direction which is generally perpendicular to the path.

Wrapping Apparatus And Process

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US Patent:
6408600, Jun 25, 2002
May 25, 2000
Appl. No.:
Wayne T. Nankervis - Hortonville WI
Neal R. Monigal - Menasha WI
Alan R. Wanek - Green Bay WI
Richard D. Sorenson - Sheboygan WI
Jeffrey A. Ginzl - Green Bay WI
Matt L. Brugman - Green Bay WI
Brian L. Hopkinson - Green Bay WI
Paper Converting Machine Company - Green Bay WI
International Classification:
B65B 5110
US Classification:
53477, 53567
A sealing apparatus includes a plurality of pairs of upper and lower sealing die assemblies which travel around upper and lower pairs of oval tracks. Each of the oval tracks includes upper and lower horizontal portions and front and rear curved end portions. Each pair of die assemblies is driven independently of the other pairs. Each of the die assemblies includes a pair of carriages which are supported by the tracks and a sealing die which extends between the carriages. A pair of bogie arms are pivotally mounted on each of the carriages, and a pair of rollers which are rotatably mounted on each bogie arm ride on one of the tracks. The sealing apparatus seals a series of products in a plastic film as the products and film are advanced along a horizontal path which extends between the upper tracks and between the lower tracks. A first pair of upper and lower sealing dies engage the film behind a first product and in front of a second product as the first dies move along the curved rear end portions of the tracks. The first dies push the film against the rear of the first product and seal and sever the film as the first dies move along the horizontal portion of the tracks.

Apparatus For Flushing Packages With Gas

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US Patent:
20200115079, Apr 16, 2020
Oct 10, 2019
Appl. No.:
- De Pere WI, US
Christopher J. Ricker - De Pere WI, US
Brian L. Hopkinson - De Pere WI, US
International Classification:
B65B 31/04
An apparatus for flushing a plurality of randomly spaced packages with an inert gas includes a linear conveyor for conveying the packages, a linear servo motor, comprising a closed loop, positioned generally above the linear conveyor. The arrangement includes a plurality of gas-flushing nozzles which are mounted on the linear servo motor for movement in concert with the packages on the conveyor. Each nozzle can be selectively angularly positioned and articulated with respect to the linear servo motor to facilitate insertion into, and withdrawal from, each package to effect flushing of the contents of each package with an inert gas.
Brian Leslie Hopkinson from De Pere, WI, age ~55 Get Report