Jon R Pieper, Richard M Olson, Michael V Mucci, Gary L Holmes, Robert V Heiti: Structured abrasive article. Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, Gary L Griswold, Walter N Kirn, David L Weinstein, October 6, 1992: US05152917 (339 worldwide citation)

A coated abrasive article comprising a backing bearing on at least one major surface thereof abrasive composites comprising a plurality of abrasive grains dispersed in a binder. The binder serves as a medium for dispersing abrasive grains, and it may also bond the abrasive composites to the backing. ...

Richard K Wiand: Metal-plated abrasive product and method of manufacturing the product. Harness Dickey & Pierce, September 13, 1977: US04047902 (61 worldwide citation)

A new abrasive product using abrasive particles, such as diamond particles, with the abrasive particles being positioned on the products by the use of a special masking technique and with abrasive particles being held in place by deposited metal; and, a new method of manufacturing said product.

John J Gagliardi, Roger C Lokken: Abrasive article and method of making same. Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, Gary L Griswold, Walter N Kirn, Richard Francis, February 6, 1996: US05489235 (50 worldwide citation)

The invention provides an abrasive article having a surface having a machine direction axis and opposite side edges, each side edge being parallel to the machine direction axis and a plurality of parallel rows of abrasive composites in fixed position on the surface, each row being aligned at an angl ...

Don H Kincaid, Scott R Culler, Larry R Krepski, Daniel E Mickus: Abrasive article with tie coat and method. 3M Innovative Properties Company, Scott R Pribnow, October 31, 2000: US06139594 (32 worldwide citation)

An abrasive article is provided that includes a tie coat which improves adhesion between an abrasive layer and a backing in the abrasive article. The tie coat is preferably formed from a tie coat precursor comprising a sulfopoly(ester-urethane) component comprising in its backbone at least one non-t ...

Ravipati Sitaramaish, Zador Eugene, Kaczmarek Wesley R, Coleman Ernest A, Rostoker David: Coated abrasive material and method of making same.. Norton Co, November 7, 1990: EP0396150-A2 (26 worldwide citation)

Coated abrasive material (10) for fine finishing applications including second fining ophthalmic application, having patterned surface coating of abrasive grains (20) dispersed in radiation-cured adhesive binder (22). The patterned surface coating is defined by a plurality of formations (28) of such ...

Abrasive member. Interface Developments, September 22, 1982: GB2094824-A (26 worldwide citation)

A method of making an abrasive member includes forming a flowable mixture of resin and abrasive and applying the mixture, for example through masking means, onto a flexible backing member so that discrete areas of resin and abrasive are formed. The resin is cured to harden the resin and cause it to ...

Chris A Minick, Ian R Owen: Flexible abrasive article. 3M Innovative Properties Company, David B Patchett, June 26, 2007: US07235114 (15 worldwide citation)

A resilient flexible abrasive article includes a continuous backing layer including a support layer coated with foam, the continuous backing layer having opposed major surfaces, at least one of the major surfaces including a three dimensional surface topography including raised and recessed regions, ...

Steere Robert E, Paulison Lee: Wafer processing machine. Tsk America, August 1, 2001: EP1120191-A2 (12 worldwide citation)

The wafer edge processing unit (10) may be a stand alone unit or may be incorporated in existing grinding machines. The processing unit (10) employs a plurality of tapes (34a-d) which are coated with differing grades of grit to sequentially polish the edge of a rotating wafer (13) or to remove an ed ...


Charles E Neff: Article and a method for producing an article having a high friction surface. Leydig Voit & Mayer, September 19, 2000: US06120568 (8 worldwide citation)

Improved abrasive tools and apparatus and method for the manufacture of the improved abrasive tools and the like which includes apparatus and a method for the creation of a structurally viable matrix having a pattern of abrasive elements which can be shaped, cut and positioned for permanent disposit ...