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Weglin Walter, Wildebour Charles W: Method of contemporaneously shearing and bonding conductive foil to a substrate. Jerobee, July 25, 1972: US3678577 (32 worldwide citation)

A method is disclosed for manufacturing a composite structure such as a printed circuit board comprised of a pattern of foil strips bonded to an underlying support. Initially, the method comprises the step of placing a continuous uninterrupted layer of die material face-to-face with a flat integral ...


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Walter Weglin: Circuit board, method of making the circuit board and improved die for making said board. Jerobee, Graybeal Barnard & Uhlir, November 9, 1976: US03990142 (28 worldwide citation)

Stamping a sheet of conductive foil by means of a die of a predetermined pattern against a dielectric substrate to shear out foil sections and pressing them against the substrate while applying heat through said die to the sheared sections so as to bond the sections by means of a thermal curing adhe ...


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Weglin Walter: Circuit board, method of making the circuit board and improved die for making said board. Jerobee, Graybeal Barnard Uhlir & Hughes, October 14, 1975: US3911716 (26 worldwide citation)

Stamping a sheet of conductive foil by means of a die of a predetermined pattern against a dielectric substrate to shear out foil sections and pressing them against the substrate while applying heat through said die to the sheared sections so as to bond the sections by means of a thermal curing adhe ...


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Walter Weglin: Method of making plated through hole printed circuit board. Jerobee, Graybeal Barnard & Uhlir, April 19, 1977: US04017968 (26 worldwide citation)

A circuit board having through hole connections between circuit elements on opposite sides of the board. Each through hole has its end portions countersunk, with peripheral portions of the circuit element depressed into the countersink area. A layer of conductive material is plated in the wall of ea ...


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Walter Weglin: Fine-line die and method of making same. Jerobee, Hughes Barnard & Cassidy, February 5, 1985: US04497686 (10 worldwide citation)

A method for fabricating a precision die having a line-and-space array by chemical milling the working face of an etchable workpiece to form a plurality of raised die elements separated and bounded by a plurality of cavities, including separating cavities and background cavities, is comprised of the ...


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Walter Weglin: Die and method of making the same. Jerobee, July 25, 1978: US04102735 (8 worldwide citation)

A high precision die particularly adapted to form, from a relatively heavy foil sheet, a circuit board where the individual circuit elements and the spacing thereof are of relatively small dimensions. The die is made as follows. A working surface of a die block is covered with a first protective ove ...


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Walter Weglin: Die and method of making same. Jerobee, Hughes Barnard & Cassidy, May 8, 1984: US04447286 (7 worldwide citation)

A method for chemically milling an etchable workpiece by exposure thereof to an etchant in order to mill selected etchant-active areas and thereby form a plurality of raised die elements separated and bounded by a plurality of recessed cavities, which method is comprised of the steps of initially, p ...


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Walter Weglin: Die and method of making the same. Jerobee, Graybeal Barnard & Uhlir, October 11, 1977: US04053348 (5 worldwide citation)

A high precision die particularly adapted to form from a relatively heavy foil sheet a circuit board where the individual circuit elements and the spacing thereof are of relatively small dimensions. The die is made as follows. A working surface of a die block is covered with a first protective overl ...


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Congdon John M: Control system for remotely controlled model car. Jerobee, August 15, 1972: US3683546 (3 worldwide citation)

A model automobile or boat having a steering mechanism and a motor with a throttle control. A single remotely controlled servomechanism operatively connected to both the steering mechanism and the motor throttle control. The servomechanism has a conventional straight-arm connection to the steering m ...


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Walter Weglin: Method of making fine-line die. Jerobee, Hughes Barnard & Cassidy, March 20, 1984: US04437924 (3 worldwide citation)

A method for fabricating a precision fine-line die by chemical milling the working face of an etchable workpiece to form a plurality of raised die elements separated and bounded by a plurality of cavities, is comprised of the steps of forming an etchant-resistant surface pattern of boundary grooves ...