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Richard Bucchianeri 26 Keyes Road, Westford, MA 01886 978-692-5835 [email_address] Considerable experience in the development, integration and electronic packaging of mechanical, electronic, electromechanical and fluidics components and systems for medical products. Broad working knowledge of the many diversified technologies utilized in the development and manufacture of medical instrumentation and associated disposables. Demonstrated ability for creative and innovative solutions resulting in improved performance at lower costs. Hold numerous Patents. Have 12 years experience using SolidWorks.
Richard Bucchianeri 26 Keyes Road, Westford, MA 01886 978-692-5835 [email_address] MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DESIGN EXPERIENCE Product Development
AUTOMATED, HIGH VOLUME ENDOSCOPIC WINDOW FORMING MACHINE
Richard Bucchianeri 26 Keyes Road, Westford, MA 01886 978-692-5835 [email_address] MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DESIGN EXPERIENCE Research and Development
Peritoneal Dialysis System
Fiber Optic IV Drop Sensor
Volumetric IV Drop Sensor
Bellows Proportioning Pump
Fluidic Pressure Amplification
Fluid Volumetric Proportioning
Pulse Free Peristaltic Pumping
Diaphragm IV Infusion Pump
Gravimetric Flow Control Device
Instrument Door Latch Mechanism
PERITONEAL DIALYSIS SYSTEM PATENTS: 5,275,724 & 5,344,392 Millipore ( Sterimatics, a subsidiary corporation )
IVAC Corporation FIBER OPTIC IV DROP SENSOR Research and development of a fiber optic volumetric drop sensor. Illustrated are three experimental fabrication stages of the fiber optic components, resulting in an operational prototype of the volumetric drop sensor. The prototype consists of four opposing stacked fiber optic components which create four thin beams of light. Drops from the cannula in a drip chamber of an intravenous delivery set fall through the four light beams sequentially, attenuating each light signal. An algorithm calculates the volume of each falling drop, counts the drops fallen over time and sums the result for fluid volume being delivered to the patient. First prototype Second prototype Third prototype Prototype volumetric drop sensor
First prototype of an oxygen driven electrochemical pump - patent number 4,687,423 IVAC Corporation ELECTROCHEMICAL PUMP
IVAC Corporation This latch was later employed in IVAC’s series 560 and 570 Linear Peristaltic Pumps Problem: Previous door latch only required a single motion to open door on linear peristaltic pump. Some accidental door openings allowed IV fluid to free flow. Solution: Retrofit existing door latch with formed sheet metal part, resulting in a two-motion action to unlatch door. First motion: Push spring loaded latch button “down”, moving sheet metal part with bar over door frame shelf. Second motion: Push latch button “in” to rotate latch, exposing latch handle to complete latch rotation thus allowing door to pivot open.
Richard Bucchianeri 26 Keyes Road, Westford, MA 01886 978-692-5835 [email_address] MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DESIGN EXPERIENCE Fixture Design & Packaging