Katsuyuki Musaka
Natsuki Makino, Junji Kunisawa, Keisuke Namiki, Yukio Fukunaga, Katsuyuki Musaka, Ray Fang, Emanuel Israel Cooper, John Michael Cotte, Hariklia Deligianni, Keith T Kwietniak, Brett C Baker O Neal, Matteo Flotta, Philippe Mark Vereecken: Electrolytic processing apparatus and method. Squire Sanders & Dempsey, February 15, 2007: US20070034526-A1

An electrolytic processing apparatus can planarize uniformly over an entire surface of a substrate under a low pressure without any damages to the substrate. The electrolytic processing apparatus has a substrate holder configured to hold and rotate a substrate having a metal film formed on a surface ...

Katsuyuki Musaka
Masayuki Kumekawa, Norio Kimura, Yukio Fukunaga, Katsuyuki Musaka, Hariklia Deligianni, Emanuel Israel Cooper, Philippe Mark Vereecken: Electrolytic processing method. Squire Sanders & Dempsey, February 15, 2007: US20070034525-A1

An electrolytic processing method is used to remove a metal film formed on a surface of a substrate. The electrolytic processing method includes providing a feeding electrode 31 and a processing electrode 32 on a table 12, providing an insulating member 36 between the feeding electrode and the proce ...

Andersson Matts, Carlsson Lennart, Isberg Erik: A procedure and apparatus for producing individually designed, three-dimensional bodies usable as tooth replacements, prostheses, etc.. Nobelpharma, June 17, 1992: EP0490848-A2 (137 worldwide citation)

A procedure for producing individually designed, three-dimensional bodies includes as part steps the identification of one or more shapes/forms (10) of one or more of said bodies (9). A first digital representation is formed by each respective identification. Respective representation is stored and ...

Akira Koshiishi, Jun Ooyabu: Plasma processing system. Tokyo Electron, Smith Gambrell & Russell, June 6, 2000: US06072147 (88 worldwide citation)

A plasma processing system capable of carrying out a uniform processing is provided.


Latanision Ronald M: Machining method. Martin Marietta Corporation, Crowley Jr John A, Eisel James B, March 25, 1975: US3873512 (65 worldwide citation)

A method of machining a metallic workpiece with a worktool by passing an electrolyte in contact with the workpiece; immersing an auxiliary electrode in said electrolyte; providing a reference electrode; applying an electrical potential to the workpiece, in relation to the reference electrode, suffic ...

Stuart L Roberts, Rich Fogal: Wire bonders and methods of wire-bonding. Micron Technology, Perkins Coie, June 5, 2007: US07227095 (64 worldwide citation)

Wire bonders and methods of wire-bonding are disclosed herein. In one embodiment, a method includes attaching a wire to a terminal of a microelectronic component and generating an arc between a first electrode and a second electrode to sever the wire at a point at least proximate to the first and se ...

Ismail Emesh, Saket Chadda, Nikolay N Korovin, Brian L Mueller: Method and apparatus for electrochemical planarization of a workpiece. SpeedFam IPEC Corporation, Snell & Wilmer L, May 18, 2004: US06736952 (62 worldwide citation)

An electrochemical planarization apparatus for planarizing a metallized surface on a workpiece includes a polishing pad and a platen. The platen is formed of conductive material, is disposed proximate to the polishing pad and is configured to have a negative charge during at least a portion of a pla ...

Roach Jere H: Tool positioner. Cammann Manufacturing Company, Woodling Krost Granger & Rust, April 23, 1974: US3806691 (59 worldwide citation)

A tool positioner is disclosed which may be used in electro-erosion machines, electro-chemical machines, electro-salvage machines, mechanical drill positioners and flame cutting torches. The tool positioner has great versatility in positioning a tool into any desired position in three different plan ...

Chan Woo Chung, Karthik Ramani: Three dimensional object fabrication techniques. Purdue Research Foundation, William F Bahret, September 30, 2003: US06627835 (56 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus for making an object. The invention includes the division of a shape of an object into a plurality of layers, and arranging the thickness of the layers based on the curvature of the object to be made. Further, curving edges of the object are replaced with linear sloping edges on ...

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