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Michael J Renn, Bruce H King, Marcelino Essien, Lemna J Hunter: Apparatuses and method for maskless mesoscale material deposition. Optomec Design Company, Jeffrey D Myers, Philip D Askenazy, Peasock Myers P C, May 16, 2006: US07045015 (134 worldwide citation)

Apparatuses and processes for maskless deposition of electronic and biological materials. The process is capable of direct deposition of features with linewidths varying from the micron range up to a fraction of a millimeter, and may be used to deposit features on substrates with damage thresholds n ...


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Michael J Renn, Bruce H King, Marcelino Essien, Gregory J Marquez, Manampathy G Giridharan, Jyh Cherng Sheu: Apparatuses and methods for maskless mesoscale material deposition. Optomec Design Company, Philip D Askenazy, Peacock Myers P C, February 3, 2009: US07485345 (93 worldwide citation)

Apparatuses and processes for maskless deposition of electronic and biological materials. The process is capable of direct deposition of features with linewidths varying from the micron range up to a fraction of a millimeter, and may be used to deposit features on substrates with damage thresholds n ...


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Michael J Renn, Marcelino Essien, Bruce H King, Jason A Paulsen: Aerodynamic jetting of aerosolized fluids for fabrication of passive structures. Optomec Design Company, Philip D Askenazy, Peacock Myers P C, March 9, 2010: US07674671 (79 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus for direct writing of passive structures having a tolerance of 5% or less in one or more physical, electrical, chemical, or optical properties. The present apparatus is capable of extended deposition times. The apparatus may be configured for unassisted operation and uses sensor ...


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Michael J Renn, Bruce H King, Manampathy G Giridharan, Jyh Cherng Sheu: Direct write# system. Optomec Design Company, Philip D Askenazy, Jeffrey D Myers, Peacock Myers P C, February 9, 2010: US07658163 (69 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus for the deposition of a source material (10) are disclosed. An atomizer (12) renders a supply of source material (10) into many discrete particles. A force applicator (14) propels the particles in continuous, parallel streams of discrete particles. A collimator (16) controls th ...


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James M Gee, Peter Hacke: Back-contact solar cells and methods for fabrication. Advent Solar, Stephen A Slusher, Philip D Askenazy, Peacock Myers P C, December 5, 2006: US07144751 (63 worldwide citation)

Methods for fabrication of emitter wrap through (EWT) back-contact solar cells and cells made by such methods. Certain methods provide for higher concentration of dopant in conductive vias compared to the average dopant concentration on front or rear surfaces, and provided increased efficiency. Cert ...


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Michael J Renn, Bruce H King, Marcelino Essien, Manampathy G Giridharan, Jyh Cherng Sheu: Laser processing for heat-sensitive mesoscale deposition. Optomec Design Company, Jeffrey D Myers, Philip D Askenazy, Peacock Myers P C, November 13, 2007: US07294366 (53 worldwide citation)

A method of depositing various materials onto heat-sensitive targets. Heat-sensitive targets are generally defined as targets that have thermal damage thresholds that are lower than the temperature required to process a deposited material. The invention uses precursor solutions and/or particle or co ...


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James M Gee, Russell R Schmit: Fabrication of back-contacted silicon solar cells using thermomigration to create conductive vias. Advent Solar, Sandia Corporation, Stephen A Slusher, Philip D Askenazy, Robert D Watson, January 30, 2007: US07170001 (42 worldwide citation)

Methods of manufacturing back-contacted silicon solar cells fabricated using a gradient-driven solute transport process, such as thermomigration or electromigration, to create n-type conductive vias connecting the n-type emitter layer on the front side to n-type ohmic contacts located on the back si ...


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Michael J Renn: Direct Write™ System. Optomec Design Company, Jeffrey D Myers, Philip D Askenazy, Peacock Myers P C, September 19, 2006: US07108894 (39 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus for the deposition of a source material (10) are disclosed. An atomizer (12) renders a supply of source material (10) into many discrete particles. A force applicator (14) propels the particles in continuous, parallel streams of discrete particles. A collimator (16) controls th ...


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Rodney E Herrington: Electrolytic cell for surface and point of use disinfection. MIOX Corporation, Deborah A Peacock, Philip D Askenazy, Peacock Myers P C, March 7, 2006: US07008523 (38 worldwide citation)

The present invention is an apparatus and method for disinfecting or sanitizing a desired object. The apparatus includes a container for an aqueous solution; the container may be a spray bottle. The apparatus includes an electrolytic cell, containing an electrolyte, an electrical power source, a con ...


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John T Trainor, Patrick Franz Fleig, Charles D E Lakeman, Jenniffer Leigh DeGreeff: System for energy harvesting and/or generation, storage, and delivery. TPL, Philip D Askenazy, Peacock Myers P C, April 6, 2010: US07692411 (37 worldwide citation)

A device and method for harvesting, generating, storing, and delivering energy to a load, particularly for remote or inaccessible applications. The device preferably comprises one or more energy sources, at least one supercapacitor, at least one rechargeable battery, and a controller. The charging o ...