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Richard F Foulke, Steven M Lord: Wafer transfer apparatus. Proconics International, January 15, 1985: US04493606 (29 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for placing a first element at a receptacle location on a second element, there being associated with the precise receptacle location some known variation in the shape of the second element, the apparatus comprising a support member for supporting the first element while the member is tran ...


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Richard F Foulke, Steven M Lord: Wafer transfer apparatus. Proconics International, July 28, 1987: US04682928 (20 worldwide citation)

Wafer transfer apparatus including a wafer-pickup element having suction openings closer to the edge of wafer than the wafer's center so that the wafer can be picked up with greater certainty as to the locations of the wafer edges, the pickup element being thin and made of a structural layer of rigi ...


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Richard F Foulke, Steven M Lord: Wafer transfer apparatus. Proconics International, Fish & Richardson, June 30, 1992: US05125790 (9 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for inserting a semiconductor wafer in a slot of a holding post including a wafer support member or paddle for supporting the wafer and inserting it into a slot and rotation device for rotating the support member by the angle necessary to cause edges of the wafer to be received at the cent ...


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Richard F Foulke, Steven M Lord: Wafer transfer apparatus. Proconics International, Fish & Richardson, January 8, 1991: US04983093 (8 worldwide citation)

Wafer transfer apparatus including a wafer-pickup element having suction openings closer to the edge of wafer than the wafer's center so that the wafer can be picked up with greater certainty as to the locations of the wafer edges, the openings being surrounded by raised portions so that the region ...


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Steven M Lord, Hiroshi Tabuchi: Method and means for increasing the maneuverability of a ship in ice-covered waters. Mitsui Engineering & Shipbuilding, Armstrong Nikaido Marmelstein & Kubovcik, January 25, 1983: US04369725 (5 worldwide citation)

The disclosed method for increasing the maneuverability of a ship in ice-covered waters is comprised of bringing generally vertical ice-crushing surfaces on one side of a ship into contact with an ice covering in order to create an imbalance of forces between that side of the ship and the ice coveri ...


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Steven M Lord: Firearms cartridge with rectangular, rounded oblong, or elliptical casing. Steven M Lord, July 14, 2005: US20050150413-A1

This invention describes ammunition cartridges for pistols or other armaments with propellant-filled casings having a generally square, rectangular, rounded oblong or ellipse-like cross-section. These casings would neck down over a short distance at the front to mate with the bullet. These shapes wo ...