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George A Neuman, Henry A Luten, John S Anderson, Jeffrey A Forgette, Scott W Vander Zwaag: Electro-optical element including IMI coatings. Gentex Corporation, Yakov Sidorin Esq, Quarles & Brady, November 9, 2010: US07830583 (139 worldwide citation)

An electrochromic element comprises a first substrate having a first surface and a second surface opposite the first surface, a second substrate in spaced-apart relationship to the first substrate and having a third surface facing the second surface and a fourth surface opposite the third surface, a ...


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William L Tonar, John S Anderson, Jeffrey A Forgette, George A Neuman, Gary J Dozeman, David J Cammenga, Henry A Luten, G Bruce Poe, Nelson F Brummel, Lansen M Perron: Thin-film coatings, electro-optic elements and assemblies incorporating these elements. Gentex Corporation, Yakov Sidorin Esq, Quarles & Brady, June 29, 2010: US07746534 (132 worldwide citation)

Electro-optic elements are becoming commonplace in a number of vehicular and architectural applications. Various electro-optic element configurations provide variable transmittance and or variable reflectance for windows and mirrors. The present invention relates to various thin-film coatings, elect ...


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William L Tonar, John S Anderson, Jeffrey A Forgette, George A Neuman, Gary J Dozeman, David J Cammenga, Henry A Luten, G Bruce Poe, Nelson F Brummel, Lansen M Perron: Thin-film coatings, electro-optic elements and assemblies incorporating these elements. Gentex Corporation, Quarles & Brady, March 30, 2010: US07688495 (131 worldwide citation)

Electro-optic elements are becoming commonplace in a number of vehicular and architectural applications. Various electro-optic element configurations provide variable transmittance and or variable reflectance for windows and mirrors. The present invention relates to various thin-film coatings, elect ...


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Gary J Dozeman, Henry A Luten, George A Neuman, William L Tonar, Thomas F Guarr, Leroy J Kloeppner, David L Eaton: Electro-optical element including metallic films and methods for applying the same. Gentex Corporation, Yakov Sidorin Esq, Quarles & Brady, January 4, 2011: US07864398 (70 worldwide citation)

A method for manufacturing an electrochromic element comprises providing a first substrate having first and second surfaces opposite one another and a first edge surface, providing a second substrate having third and fourth surfaces opposite one another and a second edge surface, wherein the third s ...


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Scott V Thomsen, Rudolph Hugo Petrmichl, Vijayen S Veerasamy, Anthony V Longobardo, Henry A Luten, David R Hall Jr: Method of manufacturing window using ion beam milling of glass substrate(s). Guardian, Nixon & Vanderhye P C, October 26, 2004: US06808606 (53 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a method of making a window (e.g., vehicle windshield, architectural window, etc.), and the resulting window product. At least one glass substrate of the window is ion beam treated and/or milled prior to application of a coating (e.g., sputter coated coating) over the treat ...


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Vijayen S Veerasamy, Rudolph Hugo Petrmichl, Henry A Luten: Ion beam source with coated electrode(s). Guardian, Nixon & Vanderhye P C, November 9, 2004: US06815690 (40 worldwide citation)

An ion source includes an anode and/or cathode which is/are coated with a conductive coating. The coating has a sputtering yield less than that of an uncoated anode and/or cathode, so that erosion of the resulting anode and/or cathode in the source is reduced during source operation. Example coating ...


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Henry A Luten, John S Anderson, George A Neuman, Jeffrey A Forgette, Jeffrey N Williams, Lansen M Perron: Multi-zone mirrors. Gentex Corporation, Yakov Sidorin, Quarles & Brady, October 11, 2011: US08035881 (29 worldwide citation)

A multi-zone reflector having an opaque zone and a transflective zone. The reflector includes a supporting base, a lower reflecting layer disposed adjacent the supporting base, and an upper reflecting layer extending over the opacifying layer and the transflective zone of the reflector. The lower re ...


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John S Anderson, William L Tonar, Henry A Luten, George A Neuman, Gary J Dozeman, Tammy G Morgan: Rearview mirror assemblies with anisotropic polymer laminates. Gentex Corporation, Yakov Sidorin Esq, Quarles & Brady, October 9, 2012: US08282224 (29 worldwide citation)

Anisotropic film laminates for use in image-preserving reflectors such as rearview automotive mirror assemblies, and related methods of fabrication. A film may comprise an anisotropic layer such as a light-polarizing layer and other functional layers. The film having controlled water content is heat ...


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Andrew T Hunt, Tzyy Jiuan Hwang, Helmut G Hornis, Hong Shao, Joe Thomas, Wen Yi Lin, Shara S Shoup, Henry A Luten, John Eric McEntyre: Precursor solution compositions for electronic devices using CCVD. Morton International Incorporated, February 27, 2001: US06193911 (20 worldwide citation)

Precursor solutions are provided to produce thin film resistive materials by combustion chemical vapor deposition (CCVD) or controlled atmosphere combustion chemical vapor deposition (CACCVD). The resistive material may be a mixture of a zero valence metal and a dielectric material, or the resistive ...


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Donald L Bareman, William L Tonar, Niels A Olesen, Thomas J Scott, David J Cammenga, Peter N Rizk, Henry A Luten, George A Neuman, Danny L Minikey Jr, Mark R Roth, Paul V Flynn Jr, James R Thommen II, Happy T Holden: Apparatus, method, and process with laser induced channel edge. Gentex Corporation, Scott P Ryan, September 23, 2014: US08842358 (15 worldwide citation)

An apparatus, method, and process that includes a substantially transparent substrate having a first surface, a second surface, and edge extending around at least a portion of a perimeter of the substantially transparent substrate, wherein the edge being a laser induced channel edge having enhanced ...