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 Posted: Sat Mar 12th, 2016 06:19 am
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The GE June 25, 1901 patent engineer.

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The Patent.
https://www.google.com/patents/US677308?dq=rudolf+eickemeyer&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwijkc-7l7rLAhXMOiYKHQ2nDzU4FBDoAQgiMAE

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Rudolf Eickemeyer again kicking back. GE working for you. :D

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Didn't know Rudolph was dead and his family pursued the final patent approval. Fascinating stuff!

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David Foster wrote: Didn't know Rudolph was dead and his family pursued the final patent approval. Fascinating stuff!

Place the Rudolf Eickemeyer name into the Google Patent search engine and you will see he had a career in the hat business as well. Loren Haroldson back in the good old days here would comment on Rudy Sr. Then check out the success of his son Rudolf Eickemeyer Jr. , just place his name in your web search engine.

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     And one thing leads to another... to another.....








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Steve Rockwell wrote:

     And one thing leads to another... to another.....









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Never G.ood E.nough = G.E.  :clap:

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        Russ,     I believe Steinmetz was referring to inventive inspiration, not personal satisfaction with the world in general... something touched on in the Eickemeyer funeral oration...








   I don't know when-- what date-- it was Steinmetz famously spoke of divine discontent...

 It's probably worth mentioning, considering the thread's title, that acquiring Eickemeyer's armature-winding patents was a major motivation for GE's acquisition of the Eickemeyer enterprise

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Steve Rockwell wrote:         Russ,     I believe Steinmetz was referring to inventive inspiration, not personal satisfaction with the world in general.




I know. Just jerking your chain.  :D

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     Let's break that chain, get back to the Chuck and Rudy Show.....



















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Charles Proteus Steinmetz - Google Books

Steinmetz before General Electric - YouTube






 
BTW.....Tesla was 6' 2", and Einstein was 5' 7". In a nutshell, that is not Tesla to the right of Einstein.

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