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Richard T Traskos, Cathy A Fleischer, Carlos L Barton, David B Noddin: Method of laser drilling fluoropolymer materials. Rogers Corporation, Fishman Dionne & Cantor, April 10, 1990: US04915981 (81 worldwide citation)

A method of ablating fluoropolymer composite materials is presented wherein it has been found that small holes (less than 100 .mu.m) can be formed in fluoropolymer composite laminate materials using UV lasers. The resulting holes can be used to produce vias and plated through-holes having smooth sid ...


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Samuel Gazit, Cathy A Fleischer: Flexible circuit laminate and method of making the same. Rogers Corporation, Fishman & Dionne, January 6, 1987: US04634631 (46 worldwide citation)

A flexible circuit laminate is presented comprising a microglass reinforced fluoropolymer layer sandwiched between a polyimide substrate and a copper conductive pattern. The glass reinforced fluoropolymer acts as a high bond strength adhesive between the polyimide and copper conductive pattern. The ...


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Narasimharao Dontula, Jehuda Greener, Cathy A Fleischer, Chul B Park, Patrick C Lee, Jin Wang, Hani E Naguib: Manufacturing process for open celled microcellular foam. Eastman Kodak Company, Lynne M Blank, October 25, 2005: US06958365 (14 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a method for making an open celled microcellular foam comprising providing at least one foamable polymer and a crosslinking agent in an extruder, injecting at least one blowing agent into said at least one foamable polymer and said crosslinking agent in said extruder ...


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Cathy A Fleischer, Richard T Traskos: Electronic signal time dealy device and method of making the same. Rogers Corporation, Fishman Dionne & Cantor, November 8, 1988: US04783359 (10 worldwide citation)

A preferably low dielectric constant polymeric bonding layer is applied or bonded (i.e., laminated or coated) to at least one side of a preferably low dielectric constant polymeric delay line substrate. Preferably, the melting or softening point of the bonding film is lower than the melting or softe ...


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Charles L Bauer, Cathy A Fleischer: Annealed adhesion promoting layer for photographic imaging elements. Eastman Kodak Company, Charles P Konbol, December 26, 2000: US06165699 (9 worldwide citation)

A photographic polyester support having an adjacent subbing layer which comprises a polymer or copolymer of glycidyl acrylate and/or glycidyl methacrylate followed by a gelatin layer and which is annealed. Such a composite has been found to provide improved adhesion properties without chemical degra ...


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Charles L Bauer, Cathy A Fleischer: Imaging elements adhesion promoting subbing layer for photothermographic imaging layers. Eastman Kodak Company, Chris P Konkol, December 19, 2000: US06162597 (6 worldwide citation)

A polyester support having an adjacent subbing layer which comprises a polymer or copolymer of glycidyl acrylate and/or glycidyl methacrylate improves the adhesion of a photothermographic imaging layer containing a poly(vinyl butyral) binder coated from an organic solvent. The subbing layer can be a ...


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Narasimharao Dontula, Jehuda Greener, Cathy A Fleischer: Manufacturing process and use for open celled microcellular foam. Eastman Kodak Company, Paul A Leipold, Patent Legal Staff, November 18, 2004: US20040229966-A1

The present invention relates to an imaging element comprising at least one image receiving layer and a support, wherein said image receiving layer comprises an open celled microcellular foam. The present invention also relates to an imaging element comprising at least one image receiving layer, an ...


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Narasimharao Dontula, Jehuda Greener, Cathy A Fleischer, Chul B Park, Patrick C Lee, Jin Wang, Hani E Naguib: Manufacturing process for open celled microcellular foam. Paul A Leipold, Patent Legal Staff, November 18, 2004: US20040229968-A1

The present invention relates to a method for making an open celled microcellular foam comprising providing at least one foamable polymer and a crosslinking agent in an extruder, injecting at least one blowing agent into said at least one foamable polymer and said crosslinking agent in said extruder ...


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Narasimharao Dontula, Jehuda Greener, Cathy A Fleischer, Chul B Park, Patrick C Lee, Jin Wang, Hani E Naguib: Manufacturing process for open celled microcellular foam. Paul A Leipold, Patent Legal Staff, August 11, 2005: US20050176836-A1

The present invention relates to a method for making an open celled microcellular foam comprising providing at least one foamable polymer and a crosslinking agent in an extruder, injecting at least one blowing agent into said at least one foamable polymer and said crosslinking agent in said extruder ...