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Evert J Van Loenen: Method of and device for sub-micron processing a surface. U S Philips Corporation, Paul R Miller, August 6, 1991: US05038322 (65 worldwide citation)

A method of and a device for sub-micron deforming a surface (15) is described, for example for the purpose of inscribing information. During scanning of the surface the tip (14) of a scanning tunneling microscrope is held at a constant distance from the surface by means of a negative feedback contro ...


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Evert J Van Loenen, Jan W Waanders: Inductive device. U S Philips Corporation, Edward Blocker, September 1, 1998: US05801611 (19 worldwide citation)

The device comprises an electrically insulating substrate comprising a principal section (3). First and second principal surfaces (1a, 1b) of the principal section (3) support first and second pairs of conductor tracks, respectively. Each pattern comprises a series of coil elements (7), opposite eac ...


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Evert J Van Loenen, Franciscus M A M Van Gaal: Flat electric motor having a stator formed from a folded stack of flat electrically insulating support elements with printed conductor windings. U S Philips Corporation, Edward Blocker, July 1, 1997: US05644183 (17 worldwide citation)

A flat electric motor comprises a rotor with a flat, permanent magnetic disc which is rotatable about an axis of rotation, and an electromagnetic stator with a stack of flat, electrically insulating supporting elements having first and second principal surfaces on which patterns of conductor tracks ...


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Evert J Van Loenen: Electrodynamic device. U S Philips Corporation, Edward Blocker, April 23, 1996: US05510663 (6 worldwide citation)

An electrodynamic device such as an electric motor has a stator (16) comprising a substrate (41) in the form of a sheet or foil carrying a plurality of windings (U.sub.1 -U.sub.3, V.sub.1 -V.sub.3, W.sub.1 -W.sub.3) comprising spiral coils (43, 45) on its upper and its lower side connected in series ...


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Evert J Van Loenen, Gerardus N A Van Veen: Method of manufacturing devices comprising a base with a conductor pattern of electrical conductors. U S Philips Corporation, Walter M Egbert, June 2, 1998: US05760502 (4 worldwide citation)

A method of manufacturing a pattern of conductors on a polyimide base is disclosed. After the conductors have been formed in known manner, ridges of an insulating material are formed in the metal free zones by applying, exposing and developing a UV-sensitive resist. Subsequently, metal is deposited ...