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Donald A Bolon, Gary M Lucas, Ralph L Bartholomew: Radiation curable inks. General Electric Company, William A Teoli, Joseph T Cohen, Jerome C Squillaro, July 6, 1976: US03968056 (56 worldwide citation)

A radiation curable ink is provided which is convertible to a conductive coating when cured on the surface of a substrate. A particulated electrically conductive metal containing material is used in combination with an organic resin binder. Low temperature cure of the ink can be achieved with either ...


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Donald A Bolon, Gary M Lucas, Ralph L Bartholomew: Method for making a circuit board and article made thereby. General Electric Company, William A Teoli, Joseph T Cohen, Jerome C Squillaro, September 20, 1977: US04049844 (50 worldwide citation)

A method is provided for making a circuit board involving the screen printing of a radiation curable ink onto the surface of a substrate followed by the radiation cure of the ink. A photoflash circuit board array made by such method is also provided.


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Donald A Bolon, Gary M Lucas: Radiation curable inks. General Electric Company, William A Teoli, Joseph T Cohen, Jerome C Squillaro, May 18, 1976: US03957694 (49 worldwide citation)

A radiation curable ink is provided which is convertible to a conductive coating when cured on the surface of a substrate. When used as a printing ink, improved results are achieved if a minor amount of a blend of paraffin waxes is employed to control solvent evaporation.


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Donald A Bolon, Gary M Lucas, Ralph L Bartholomew: Method for making a circuit board and article made thereby. General Electric Company, William A Teoli, Joseph T Cohen, Jerome C Squillaro, October 26, 1976: US03988647 (40 worldwide citation)

A circuit board having a photoflash array is provided based on the screen printing of a radiation curable ink onto the surface of a substrate followed by the radiation cure of the ink.


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Donald A Bolon, Gary M Lucas, Siegfried H Schroeter: U.V. Radiation curable electrically conductive ink and circuit boards made therewith. General Electric Company, William A Teoli, Joseph T Cohen, Jerome C Squillaro, May 9, 1978: US04088801 (35 worldwide citation)

A method is provided for making circuit boards having improved stability and articles made therefrom. In addition, UV-curable ink compositions are also provided convertible to conductive strips when printed onto nonconducting substrates and cured thereon. The conductive strips have improved resistan ...


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Donald A Bolon, Gary M Lucas, Mary S Jaffe: Radiation curable inks. General Electric Company, William A Teoli, Joseph T Cohen, Jerome C Squillaro, November 2, 1976: US03989644 (30 worldwide citation)

A radiation curable ink is provided which is convertible to a conductive coating when cured on the surface of a substrate. A non-ionic surfactant is used in the curable ink in combination with a particulated metal containing conductive filler and an organic resin binder. As a result of using the non ...


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Erik W Walles, John H Lupinski, Mark Markovitz, Robert E Colborn, James R Presley, Michael J Davis, Michael G Minnick, Steven J Kubisen Jr, John E Hallgren, Donald A Bolon, Victoria J Eddy, Patricia C Irwin: Curable polyphenylene ether-polyepoxide compositions useful in printed circuit board production. General Electric Company, William H Pittman, James C Davis Jr, August 1, 1989: US04853423 (27 worldwide citation)

Curable compositions containing a reaction product of at least one bisphenol polyglycidyl ether, at least one epoxidized novolak and at least one brominated bisphenol, in combination with a polyphenylene ether and further components including specific catalysts and hardeners, may be used in the prep ...


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Donald A Bolon, Victoria J Eddy, John E Hallgren: Photopatterned product of silicone polyamic acid on a transparent substrate. General Electric Company, William A Teoli, William H Pittman, James C Davis Jr, August 8, 1989: US04855199 (23 worldwide citation)

Photopatternable silicone polyamic acid can be spun onto a substrate and thereafter used in combination with a photoresist as an antireflective coating or as a patterned silicone polyimide. The silicone polyamic acid can be used with an absorbing dye, or it can be tinted with an organic dye to provi ...


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Donald A Bolon, Victoria J Eddy, John E Hallgren: Method of coating and imaging photopatternable silicone polyamic acid. General Electric Company, William A Teoli, James C Davis Jr, James Magee Jr, November 1, 1988: US04782009 (21 worldwide citation)

Photopatternable silicone polyamic acid can be spun onto a substrate and thereafter used in combination with a photoresist as an antireflective coating or as a patterned silicone polyamide. The silicone polyamic acid can be used with an absorbing dye, or it can be tinted with an organic dye to provi ...


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Donald A Bolon, Patricia C Irwin: Electrically conductive articles comprising insulation resistant to corona discharge-induced degradation. General Electric Company, William H Pittman, September 3, 1996: US05552222 (20 worldwide citation)

Conductors of electric current in turbine generators and the like are insulated with materials resistant to damage by corona discharge. The insulating materials include an inner layer of a thermoplastic such as a polyetherimide, and an outer layer of a polyorganosiloxane material such as a silicone ...