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Jens Boehm, Michael Gruener, Martin Hartweg, Tobias Hercke, Karl Holdik, Patrick Izquierdo, Wolfgang Pellkofer, Dezsoe Schilling: Surface conditioning for thermal spray layers. Daimler, Patent Central, Stephan A Pendorf, July 3, 2012: US08209831 (15 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a process for roughening metal surfaces to improve adhesion of layers which are thermally sprayed thereon, in that in a first process step recesses or depressions (2) are introduced into the surface in a material-detaching or material-removing treatment so that the protrudin ...


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Dirk Schumacher, Michael Gruener, Sebastian Hoefener, Oliver Struck: Coated, wet-chemically oxidized aluminum effect pigments, method for the production thereof, coating agent and coated object. Eckart, The Webb Law Firm P C, February 16, 2016: US09260584

A coated wet-chemically oxidized aluminum effect pigment is provided having at least one metal oxide layer having at least one metal oxide which differs from aluminum oxide and an enveloping organic polymer layer, wherein the weight ratio of the metal oxide of the metal oxide layer to aluminum oxide ...


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Michael Gruener, Ulrich Schmidt, Günter Kaupp, Peter Krueger, Jens Depner, Katrin Steinbach, Ralph Schneider, Frank Henglein: Pearlescent pigments based on fine and thin substrates. March 17, 2011: US20110064779-A1

Pearlescent pigments including a largely transparent platelet-shaped substrate having a density ρS and at least one optically active coating having a density ρM, the substrate having an average size d50 of 3 to 8 μm and an average height hS of 40 to 110 nm. The disclosure further relates to a method ...


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Jens Boehm, Michael Gruener, Martin Hartweg, Tobias Hercke, Karl Holdik, Patrick Izquierdo, Wolfgang Pellkofer, Dezsoe Schilling: Surface conditioning for thermal spray layers. Daimler, Patent Central, Stephan A Pendorf, July 9, 2009: US20090175571-A1

The invention relates to a process for roughening metal surfaces to improve adhesion of layers which are thermally sprayed thereon, in that in a first process step recesses or depressions (2) are introduced into the surface in a material-detaching or material-removing treatment so that the protrudin ...


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Christian Anders, Tobias Buban, Gerd Eyssele, Michael Gruener, Ralf Herrmann, Martin Holdgruen, Hans Peter Merten, Ulrich Schweizer, Heiko Steinmetz, Christian Zoeller: Method for Balancing a Mass Component by Means of CMT Welding. Daimler, September 27, 2012: US20120244277-A1

A rotating mass component with high balancing quality is provided. The balancing is performed in a substantially automated manner and without chip formation. A method for balancing a rotating mass component, such as a rotor is achieved by deposition welding of welding points on the mass component. T ...