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Shinobu Takeuchi: Connector and method for manufacturing same. Moldec, Paul A Guss, January 20, 2004: US06679709 (54 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a connector which is easily manufactured and connects a circuit board in good condition. The connector according to the invention is a CPU socket to be surface-mounted on a circuit board


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Takeuchi Shinobu: Heavy-current flowing circuit substrate, a method for producing the heavy-current flowing circuit substrate, and an assembled unit of a heavy-current flowing circuit substrate and a printed circuit substrate. Moldec, July 14, 1999: EP0929123-A1 (9 worldwide citation)

A heavy-current flowing circuit substrate 1 comprises a resin-molded body 2 in which a plurality of bus bars 4 made of an elongated metallic plate 3 are embedded and both ends of each of the bus bars 4 are projected from the resin-molded body 2 so as to use them as connecting terminals, the heavy-cu ...


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Takeuchi Shinobu: Connector for integrated circuit and assembly of connector and circuit board. Moldec, August 12, 2004: JP2004-227907 (5 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a connector and an assembly of the connector and a circuit board capable of attaining satisfactory input/output signals even when a pitch between terminals of an integrated circuit is narrow, and to improve the coplanarity of each terminal while eliminating waste in ...


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Shinobu Takeuchi: Connector for surface mounting and method of manufacturing the same. Moldec, Paul A Guss, June 10, 2003: US06575773 (5 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a connector for surface mounting capable of forming a contact without offsetting so as to assemble in a case in order to solve the disadvantage mentioned above. As shown in FIG.


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Shinobu Takeuchi: Connector. Moldec, Paul A Guss, December 3, 2002: US06488541 (4 worldwide citation)

There is provided a connector which allows the hood of a case thereof to be corrected out of a distortion that the hood is suffering, and hence which can easily be connected to another connector. The hood


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Shinobu Takeuchi: Method of forming receptacle connector insert. Moldec, Paul A Guss, January 13, 2004: US06676875 (3 worldwide citation)

A method of forming a receptacle connector insert capable of maintaining constant distances between terminal groups even when a receptacle connector has the terminal groups of three rows or more and of being easily produced, comprising the steps of locking a terminal group (


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Shinobu Takeuchi: Connector for integrated circuits, and assembly for use on integrated circuits. Moldec, Paul A Guss, December 23, 2003: US06666703 (3 worldwide citation)

A connector has an inner case connected to a circuit board by reflow soldering, an outer case slidable back and forth on the inner case, and a cover covering the surface of a CPU disposed on the outer case. The cover has a plated metal shield on its surface and is electrically connected to an electr ...


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Takeuchi Shinobu: Plastic reel. Moldec, December 15, 1999: EP0963938-A2 (2 worldwide citation)

A plastic reel comprises a cylindrical collar 1 as a winding core and disks 2 as flanges which are fitted to both sides of the cylindrical collar 1, wherein the collar 1 and the disks 2 are made of a pulp-containing plastic material; a ringed projection 5 whose outer diameter is smaller than an inne ...


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Takeuchi Shinobu: Surface-mounting connector. Moldec, April 13, 2001: JP2001-102119 (2 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a surface-mounting connector which is formed without offset of connectors and can be stored in a case. SOLUTION: Contactors 3 formed to have a substantially linear shape are inserted in through-holes 10 formed in a maintaining portion 9 of a case 2, as shown in Fig. ...


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Takeuchi Shinobu: Connector for surface mounting. Moldec, June 19, 2002: EP1215773-A1 (2 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a connector for surface mounting capable of forming a contact without offsetting so as to assemble in a case in order to solve the disadvantage mentioned above. As shown in Fig. 4(a), a contact (3) formed substantially in a straight line shape is pressure inserted to a through ...