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David Sherrer
David W Sherrer, Christopher A Nichols, Shifang Zhou: Three-dimensional microstructures having an embedded and mechanically locked support member and method of formation thereof. Nuvotornics, Sherr & Vaughn PLLC, January 19, 2010: US07649432 (32 worldwide citation)

Provided are three-dimensional microstructures and their methods of formation. The microstructures are formed by a sequential build process and include microstructural elements which are mechanically locked to one another. The microstructures find use, for example, in coaxial transmission lines for ...


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David Sherrer
David W Sherrer, Christopher A Nichols, Shifang Zhou: Three-dimensional microstructures and methods of formation thereof. Rohm and Haas Electronic Materials, Jonathan D Baskin, Rohm and Haas Electronic Materials, August 14, 2008: US20080191817-A1

Provided are three-dimensional microstructures and their methods of formation. The microstructures are formed by a sequential build process and include microstructural elements which are mechanically locked to one another. The microstructures find use, for example, in coaxial transmission lines for ...


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Paul C Galambos, Murat Okandan, Stephen Montague, James H Smith, Phillip H Paul, Thomas W Krygowski, James J Allen, Christopher A Nichols, Jerome F Jakubczak II: Surface-micromachined microfluidic devices. Sandia Corporation, John P Hohimer, March 25, 2003: US06537437 (65 worldwide citation)

Microfluidic devices are disclosed which can be manufactured using surface-micromachining. These devices utilize an electroosmotic force or an electromagnetic field to generate a flow of a fluid in a microchannel that is lined, at least in part, with silicon nitride. Additional electrodes can be pro ...


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Paul C Galambos, Murat Okandan, Stephen Montague, James H Smith, Phillip H Paul, Thomas W Krygowski, James J Allen, Christopher A Nichols, Jerome F Jakubczak II: Surface-micromachined microfluidic devices. Sandia Corporation, John P Hohimer, September 28, 2004: US06797187 (4 worldwide citation)

Microfluidic devices are disclosed which can be manufactured using surface-micromachining. These devices utilize an electroosmotic force or an electromagnetic field to generate a flow of a fluid in a microchannel that is lined, at least in part, with silicon nitride. Additional electrodes can be pro ...


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Christopher A Nichols, Shifang Zhou, William D Houck: Three-dimensional microstructures and methods of formation thereof. Rohm and Haas Electronic Materials, Jonathan D Baskin, Rohm and Haas Electronic Materials, August 21, 2008: US20080199656-A1

Provided are three-dimensional microstructures and their methods of formation. The microstructures are formed by a sequential build process and include microstructural elements which are affixed to one another. The microstructures find use, for example, in coaxial transmission lines for electromagne ...