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January Kister: Probes with high current carrying capability and laser machining methods. MICROPROBE, Philip D Askenazy, Deborah A Peacock, Peacock Myers P C, October 25, 2016: US09476911

The present invention is a probe having a distal end made of one material, a tip and a portion disposed between the distal end and the tip that is a different second material. The probe is laser machined manufactured using a nanosecond or picosecond laser.


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Arun S Veeramani, Heath A Jensen, Uri Frodis, Christopher G Wiita, Michael S Lockard, Irina Boguslavsky, Pavel Lembrikov, Dennis R Smalley, Richard T Chen: Methods of forming parts using laser machining. Microfabrica, Dennis R Smalley, January 3, 2017: US09533376

Embodiments are directed to the formation micro-scale or millimeter scale structures or method of making such structures wherein the structures are formed from at least one sheet structural material and may include additional sheet structural materials or deposited structural materials wherein all o ...


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Arun S Veeramani, Heath A Jensen, Uri Frodis, Christopher G Wiita, Michael S Lockard, Irina Boguslavsky, Pavel Lembrikov, Dennis R Smalley, Richard T Chen: Methods of forming parts using laser machining. Microfabrica, Dennis R Smalley, January 30, 2018: US09878401

Embodiments are directed to the formation micro-scale or millimeter scale structures or methods of making such structures wherein the structures are formed from at least one sheet structural material and may include additional sheet structural materials or deposited structural materials wherein all ...


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January Kister: Probes with high current carrying capability and laser machining methods. Microprobe, November 15, 2012: US20120286816-A1

The present invention is a probe having a distal end made of one material, a tip and a portion disposed between the distal end and the tip that is a different second material. The probe is laser machined manufactured using a nanosecond or picosecond laser.