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Fukuyo Fumitsugu, Fukumitsu Kenji, Uchiyama Naoki, Wakuta Toshimitsu: Laser beam machining method. Hamamatsu Photonics, July 10, 2002: JP2002-192370 (137 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a laser beam machining method capable of cutting a machining object without developing a crack, deviating from the predetermined line for welding or cutting on the surface of the machining object.SOLUTION: A pulse laser beam is radiated on a predetermined line 5 for ...


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Yarvin Curtis G: Method and apparatus for dynamically updating a html based user interface. Openwave Sys, July 10, 2002: EP1221661-A2 (79 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for dynamically updating a user interface are described. A data model is stored locally in a processing system. A presentation document is generated in the processing system based on the data model and a source document written in extensible markup language. The user interface ...


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Fukuyo Fumitsugu, Fukumitsu Kenji, Uchiyama Naoki, Wakuta Toshimitsu: Laser beam machining method. Hamamatsu Photonics, July 10, 2002: JP2002-192367 (77 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a laser beam machining method capable of cutting a substrate without developing a crack, deviating from a predetermined line for welding or cutting on the substrate surface.SOLUTION: The laser beam machining method is characterized in that a condensing point P is mad ...


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Manabe Shin: Tape printer. Brother, July 10, 2002: JP2002-192769 (62 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a tape printer wherein accuracy in attachment of a sensor switch for detecting a kind of a tape cassette can be enhanced and the sensor switch can be individually replaced.SOLUTION: A sleeve 6B holding a switch terminal shaft 6A provided to the sensor switch 6 for de ...


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Fukuyo Fumitsugu, Fukumitsu Kenji, Uchiyama Naoki, Wakuta Toshimitsu: Laser beam machining method and laser beam machining device. Hamamatsu Photonics, July 10, 2002: JP2002-192369 (58 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a laser beam machining method capable of cutting a machining object, without developing a crack or welding on the surface of the machining object, and efficiently.SOLUTION: Inside the machining object 1, a reforming area is formed by radiating a pulse laser beam L on ...


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Fukuyo Fumitsugu, Fukumitsu Kenji, Uchiyama Naoki, Wakuta Toshimitsu: Laser beam machining device. Hamamatsu Photonics, July 10, 2002: JP2002-192368 (50 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a laser beam machining method capable of cutting a machining object, without developing a crack, deviating from a predetermined line for welding or cutting on the surface of the machining object, and accurately.SOLUTION: Inside the machining object 1, a reforming are ...


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Fukuyo Fumitsugu, Fukumitsu Kenji, Uchiyama Naoki, Wakuta Toshimitsu: Laser beam machining method and laser beam machining device. Hamamatsu Photonics, July 10, 2002: JP2002-192371 (50 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a laser beam machining method capable of cutting a machining object without developing a crack, deviating from the predetermined line for welding or cutting on the surface of the machining object, and accurately.SOLUTION: A reforming area is formed in the machining o ...


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Brand Peter John, Godfrey James William, Jones Anthony Patrick, Rand Paul Kenneth, Robertson Duncan: Device housing for an aerosol container. Glaxo Group, July 10, 2002: EP1220802-A1 (42 worldwide citation)

A housing (200) for a mechanical or electrical device for use with an aerosol canister (220) for containing chemical comprising a sleeve (202) for receipt of the aerosol canister; a collar (225) affixable around the neck of the canister; and a joint (280) between the sleeve and the collar to secure ...


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Herman Richard Ian: Cards for use in card games. Herman Richard Ian, July 10, 2002: GB2370791-A (41 worldwide citation)

Cards for use in card games have respective portions relating to different games. Thus, cards may have designs for different games on opposite faces, and/or may have faces divided horizontally, vertically, obliquely or quartered in order to cater for different games, Figs 1 to 9. Typically, sets of ...


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Jurgensen Stewart Russell, Lloyd Sheila Ann: Method for seperating cells from a sample. Becton Dickinson Co, July 10, 2002: EP1221342-A2 (39 worldwide citation)

Rare cells are separated from a sample fluid by a positive selection or negative selection antibody by centrifuging in a tube containing a harvesting float. The harvesting float has an axial passage and a density to settle in the sample fluid and expand the layer of the target component. The antibod ...