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Fred Thomas Fred Thomas
Paul R Johnson, James Bero, Jeff G Carter, Anthony M Candia, George T Kieger, Ronald F Hales, Fred C Thomas III: Method of and apparatus for removing debris from the floptical medium. Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, Gary L Griswold, Walter N Kirn, Eric D Levinson, May 30, 1995: US05419733 (6 worldwide citation)

The current invention substantially removes particulate waste materials or debris from the floptical medium after laser etching. A low-temperature gas containing ice crystals is applied at a predetermined angle while the floptical medium is being rotated to improve the cleaning effect. The temperatu ...


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Fred Thomas Fred Thomas
Fred C Thomas III, Refael Bar, Daniel Alfonsi, Dai Feng, Jeff G Carter, Charlie M Monroe Jr, Ronald F Hales, George T Krieger: Readable indelible mark on storage media. Iomega Corporation, Woodcock Washburn Kurtz Mackiewicz & Norris, July 10, 2001: US06259575 (5 worldwide citation)

A storage media is disclosed and comprises a storage body and a readable indelible mark formed in the body such that portions thereof are indelibly altered. The mark is read by writing first data to the body in the region of the mark, and reading second data from the body in such region. The written ...


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Fred Thomas Fred Thomas
Fred C Thomas III, Refael Bar, Daniel Alfonsi, Dai Feng, Jeff G Carter, Charlie M Monroe Jr, Ronald F Hales, George T Krieger: Readable indelible mark on storage media. Iomega Corporation, Woodcock Washburn, September 3, 2002: US06445523 (5 worldwide citation)

A storage media is disclosed and comprises a storage body and a readable indelible mark formed in the body such that portions thereof are indelibly altered. The mark is read by writing first data to the body in the region of the mark, and reading second data from the body in such region. The written ...


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Fred Thomas
Fred C Thomas, Refael Bar, Daniel Alfonsi, Dai Feng, Jeff G Carter, Charlie M Monroe, Ronald F Hales, George T Krieger: Readable indelible mark on storage media. Iomega Corporation, Woodcock Washburn Kurtz, Mackiewicz & Norris, September 27, 2001: US20010024337-A1

A storage media is disclosed and comprises a storage body and a readable indelible mark formed in the body such that portions thereof are indelibly altered. The mark is read by writing first data to the body in the region of the mark, and reading second data from the body in such region. The written ...



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