Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 7
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IPSCIO Report Record List
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IPSCIO Record ID: 26380
This technology is embodied in the Company's DSPC 300 System (the 'DSPC System'), which produces ceramic casting molds directly from Computer Aided Design ('CAD') files. These ceramic molds are used to cast metal parts that conform to the CAD design. This unique capability distinguishes the DSPC System from rapid prototyping technologies that are characterized by the ability to produce non-functional, three-dimensional representations of parts from CAD files.
U.S. Patent No. 5,204,055, Issued on April 20, 1993
U.S. Patent No. 5,340,656, Issued on August 23, 1994 'Three Dimensional Printing Techniques (3DP)'
U.S. Patent No. 5,387,380, Issued on February 7, 1995 'Three-Dimensional Printing Techniques'
U.S. Patent No. 5,490,882, Issued on February 13, 1996 U.S. Serial No. 600,215, Filed February 12, 1996 'Ceramic Mold Finishing'
U.S. Serial No. 596,707, Filed February 5, 1996 (FWC of U.S. Serial No. 619,470, Filed February 18, 1993) 'High Speed, High Quality Three Dimensional Printing'
U.S. Serial No. 422,384, Filed April 14, 1995 'Powder Dispensing Techniques for Successive Layered Fabrication of an Object'
U.S. Serial No. 581,319, Filed December 29, 1995 'Binder Composition for Use in Three-Dimensional Printing'
IPSCIO Record ID: 7770
Licensee may sublicense the rights in the Exclusive Field for the Exclusive period.
US Patent 5204055 Three-dimensional printing techniques
US Patent 5340656 Three-dimensional printing techniques
US Patent 5387380 Three-dimensional printing techniques
United States of America Patent No. 5490882 – â€œA Novel Face Coating Technique For Bodies With Large And Wide Pore Size Distributionsâ€
United States of America Patent No. 6070973 – â€œContinuous Jet Droplet Generator'
United States of America Patent No. 6508980 – â€œReactive Binders For Metal Parts Produced By Three Dimensional Printingâ€
United States of America Patent No. 6719948 – â€œInfiltration Of A Net Shape Powder Metal Skeleton By A Similar Alloy With Melting Point Depressed To Create A Homogenous Final Partâ€
United States of America Patent No. 7250134 – â€œTransient Liquid Phase Infiltration of Steelâ€
The Licensee is a manufacturing technology company, provides 3D printing machines, 3D printed products and related services to industrial customers.
IPSCIO Record ID: 369300
US 5,902,441 – Method of three dimensional printing
US 6,007,318 – Method and apparatus for prototyping a three-dimensional object
US 6,416,850 – Three dimensional printing materials system
Field shall means the manufacture, sale and operation of three dimensional printing equipment solely for the fabrication of plastic parts having a polymer matrix phase that is prepared utilizing a powder that contains at least 90% synthetic organic polymeric powder in a process that does not require post-processing other than liquid infiltration of printed parts.
IPSCIO Record ID: 27360
This technology uses laser energy to melt and bond ('sinter') powdered material to create a solid object. The Companyâ€™s Sinterstation Systems employ a combination of software and hardware to produce functional models and patterns from powdered materials. The patterns can, in turn, be used for secondary processes such as the production of non-durable molds and investment casting. Sinterstation Systems also can be used to produce metal prototype mold inserts. Customers input designs into the Sinterstation Systems in the form of CAD drawings. From the CAD file, Sinterstation Systems produce models, prototypes,patterns and tooling in the specified shape.
IPSCIO Record ID: 1439
In 1990, the Company acquired the patents for this technology from Licensee based upon the Company's sales of stereolithography systems and licensing of the acquired patents.
Stereolithography is a solid imaging or rapid prototyping process whereby a laser beam exposes and solidifies successive layers of photosensitive resin until a three-dimensional object is formed in hard plastic to precise specifications contained in CAD/CAM programs. The object may be used as a prototype, model, mold pattern or, in some applications, as an end product.
IPSCIO Record ID: 29292
Patent Rights shall mean all of those rights, without limitation as described below U.S. Patent No. 6,004,505 issued on December 21, 1999, (related to invention disclosure 95-1521) together with all pending and issued foreign counterparts of such patent filed and prosecuted pursuant to Article 6; U.S. Patent No. 6,066,290 issued on May 23, 2000, (related to invention disclosure 95-1521). U.S. Patent No. 6,126,895 issued on October 3, 2000 (related to invention disclosure 95-1521). U.S. Patent No. 6,183,689 issued on February 6, 2001 (related to invention disclosure 97-1788). U.S. Patent No. 6,805,835 issued on October 19, 2004 (related to invention disclosure 97-1788). U.S. Patent No. 6,512,216 issued on January 28, 2003 (related to invention disclosure 98-2042). U.S. Patent No. 6,365,885 issued on April 2, 2002 (related to invention disclosure 99-2188). U.S. Patent No. 6,812,441 issued on November 2, 2002 (related to invention disclosure 2000-2328). U.S. Patent No. 6,610,241 issued on August 26, 2003 (related to invention disclosure 99-2141).
Licensed Product shall mean any process, product or part thereof, or use of a product or part thereof, which is covered in whole or in part by at least one unexpired claim of Patent Rights in the country in which any such process, product or part thereof is made, used, or sold.
IPSCIO Record ID: 1448