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Takumi Suda, Katsuhisa Aizawa, Akio Nakamura: Method for the assemblage of a semiconductor device. Shin Etsu Polymer, Wyatt Gerber Burke and Badie, November 20, 1990: US04970780 (16 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to an improvement in the so-called flip-chip method for electrically connecting bonding pads of a semiconductor device, e.g., IC chips, and electrodes of a circuit board. In place of the conventional bumps formed of a solder alloy on the bonding pads, the bonding pads in the in ...


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Yuichiro Sasaki: Pressure contact holding-type connector. Shin Etsu Polymer, Wenderoth Lind & Ponack L, April 10, 2007: US07201613 (15 worldwide citation)

A pressure contact holding-type connector in accordance with the present invention is configured to be interposed between opposing electrodes. A conductive pin is located in at least one end portion of each through-hole of an insulating housing having a through-hole oriented in a thickness direction ...


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Akihiro Hasegawa, Hiroshi Mimura: Substrate storage container. Shin Etsu Polymer, Osha Liang, March 18, 2008: US07344031 (15 worldwide citation)

A substrate storage container comprises: a container casing having an aperture through which a plurality of substrates are placed in or taken out; a cover adapted to fit into the aperture of the container casing; a sealing gasket capable of elastic deformation provided between the container casing a ...


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Shinichi Ohori, Hideaki Aoki: Transportation container and method for opening and closing lid thereof. Shin Etsu Polymer, Darby & Darby, June 24, 2003: US06581264 (15 worldwide citation)

A transportation container comprises: a container body for housing a plurality of semiconductor wafers; a detachable lid adapted to engage in and cover an open front face of the container body via a seal gasket; and a locking mechanism adapted to fix the lid engaged into the open front face of the c ...


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Akihiro Hasegawa, Hiroshi Mimura: Storage container. Shin Etsu Polymer, Osha • Liang, June 23, 2009: US07549552 (14 worldwide citation)

A storage container comprises: a container main body having an opening through which a stored object is placed in or taken out; a lid which fits the opening; a latch mechanism provided on the lid, the latch mechanism having a rotating body rotatably supported by the lid and a pair of longitudinally ...


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Masato Hosoi: Shipping container. Shin Etsu Polymer, Shin Etsu Handotai, Darby & Darby, November 23, 1999: US05988392 (14 worldwide citation)

A container has a storage case for storing silicon wafers in alignment which is of a box-like configuration having an opening on its front side, with a multiple-number of fitting slots formed on the inner top and bottom faces near the front opening. The container further has a FIMS door for opening ...


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Ryoichi Sado, Kazutoki Tahara: Adjustable and readily solderable sheet-like connectors. Shin Etsu Polymer, Hopgood Calimafde Kalil Blaustein & Judlowe, February 28, 1984: US04433887 (14 worldwide citation)

The adjustable and readily solderable sheet-like connector of the invention is composed of an insulating sheet-like elastic body, a plurality of parallel-running wires of a soft and plastically deformable metal or alloy integrally bonded to the surface of the sheet-like body forming an array of para ...


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Toshiyuki Kawaguchi, Shinji Hotta, Masayuki Takahashi: Push-button switch member and manufacturing method of same. Shin Etsu Polymer, Wenderoth Lind & Ponack L, January 10, 2006: US06984799 (13 worldwide citation)

A push-button switch member which utilizes light energy without any loss for back-lighting on a display section and which realizes the back-lightening to the display section with an even luminance while suppressing power consumption and having high visibility and thin thickness. The push-button swit ...


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Ryoichi Sado, Akio Nakamura: Pressure-sensitive multiple resistor elements. Shin Etsu Polymer, Hopgood Calimafde Kalil Blaustein & Lieberman, May 13, 1980: US04203088 (13 worldwide citation)

A pressure sensitive multiple resistor element is proposed whereby two or more variations of resistance can be obtained simultaneously by applying a single compressive force. It comprises an anisotropically electroconductive composite sheet exhibiting varied resistance between its opposite surface a ...