Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 6
- Metal & Mining
- Material Composite
- Metals & Metal Products
IPSCIO Report Record List
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IPSCIO Record ID: 384006
The term Technology means Patents, Patent Applications, and other Intellectual Property of Sublicensor which, as reasonably determined by Sublicensor, have an application or potential application for the Licensed Products.
The term Licensed Product(s) means golf clubs and golf club components, as well as other products marketed specifically for use in the sport of golf, that incorporate or utilize any material, technology, or process covered by at least one claim of a Patent or Patent Application and/or which otherwise utilize any part of the Technology. However, the term Licensed Products shall not include any Reserved Products.
IPSCIO Record ID: 3732
Amorphous Alloy means any one or more amorphous or semi-amorphous alloys (i.e., metal-based alloys having a noncrystalline atomic structure in whole or in part) or bulk metallic glasses (or composite materials containing amorphous alloys or bulk metallic glasses).
The term Amorphous Alloy includes, but is not limited to, any and all alloys that now or in the future are proprietary to Licensor, including by in-licensing, or marketed or sold under the LiquidmetalÂ® brand (collectively, Liquidmental Alloys or LiquidmetalÂ® Alloys).
Trademark shall mean the LiquidmetalÂ® mark.
The Licensor entered into a transaction with the Licensee, a South Korean corporation, under which the Licensee agreed to purchase from the Licensor various equipment (including die casting machines and vacuum induction melters) used in the bulk amorphous alloy business segment and the Licensor granted a 10-year exclusive License to manufacture products made from bulk Liquidmetal alloys for customers whose principal headquarters or whose major operations are located in South Korea. The Licensor is a materials technology company that develops and commercializes products made from amorphous alloys. Their LiquidmetalÂ® family of alloys consists of a variety of proprietary coatings, powders, bulk alloys, and composites that utilize the advantages offered by amorphous alloy technology.
Be Containing Alloys (Compositon)
Be Containing Alloys (Method)
5 482 580
Joining Using Bulk Alloys
5 567 251
Composites of Bulk Alloy (Method)
5 711 363
Die-Casting of Bulk Alloys
5 797 443
Casting of Zr-base Bulk Alloys
5 866 254
Composites of Bulk Alloy (Article)
5 896 642
Die-Forming (Molding) of Bulk Alloys
5 950 704
Replication with Bulk Alloys
IPSCIO Record ID: 292530
Licensor grants the right and license to use the equipment owned by Licensor solely for use on Licensorâ€™s behalf, for Licenseeâ€™s own limited use in the production of Licensor Products or Licensed Products.
Licensor sells, assigns, conveys, transfers, and delivers to Licensee, and Licensee acquires from Licensor, free and clear of all liens, all of Licensorâ€™s right, title, and interest in and to the alloys.
Licensor grants during the Term of this Agreement and subject to the Field of Use Restrictions, worldwide, non-transferrable, non-exclusive license to the Licensed Patents and the Licensed Technical Information to make and have made, assemble and have assembled, use, sell, offer to sell, import and offer to import, export and offer to export, distribute and offer to distribute, repair, reconstruct, practice, and maintain Licensed Products in the Field.
– Two (2) Engel e-motion 310/120 injection molding machines, and associated equipment;
– Two (2) Eontec 300-C Die Casting Machines, and associated equipment;
– One (1) Flow M21313B Waterjet Machine;
– Two (2) DMG Mori Milltap 700 CNC machines, and associated consumables and fixtures;
– Equipment for cut, mount, and polish analysis operations, including
i.One (1) Struers Accutom-10 cut-off machine
ii.One (1) Struers Secotom-50 precision cutting machine
iii.One (1) Struers Tegramin-30 tabletop grinding machine
iv.One (1) Keyence VH X-S550E microscope
– Equipment required for vibratory deburring operations, including
i.One (1) Rosler R 125 EC-KF rotary vibrator
ii.One (1) Rosler R 125 EC rotary vibrator
– Equipment required for passivation operations, including
– One (1) ESMA, Inc. E782C ultrasonic cleaning system
– One (1) Dry Cooler D455 chill water system;
– One (1) MTS 810 MTS mechanical testing frame; and
– Molds and fixtures needed for production of sample parts.
The alloys are
— Approximately three thousand kilograms (3,000 kg) of â€œvirginâ€ LM105 Alloy
— Approximately one thousand kilograms (1,000 kg) of â€œvirginâ€ 106C Alloy
— Approximately two thousand kilograms (2,000 kg) of LM 105 Alloy revert
The patents and technology relate to New Amorphous Alloy Technology
— New Alloy Technology means a New Amorphous Alloy Technology that concerns only the composition, properties, or raw material processing of Amorphous Alloys.
— New Process Technology means a New Amorphous Alloy Technology that concerns only the process of converting Amorphous Alloy raw material into usable or saleable parts or components, or equipment related thereto.
— New Application Technology means a New Amorphous Alloy Technology that concerns only customer end-uses for parts and components manufactured of Amorphous Alloys.
The collaboration, joint development efforts, and the manufacturing of products is based on the Licensorâ€™s proprietary amorphous metal alloys. The Licensor has agreed to license to Licensee specified equipment owned by the Licensor, including two injection molding machines, two die casting machines, and other machines and equipment, all of which will be used to make product for Licensor customers and Licensee customers.
— Any Consumer Electronic Products
— Any watches or components for watches, and,
— Finished or semi-finished Jewelry, and also any other products that are sold under the name of a Luxury Brand or incorporated into products that are sold under the name of a Luxury Brand,.
IPSCIO Record ID: 26442
An apparatus for producing a particulate metal or alloy having a diameter of less than 5 microns by the reaction of a molten metal or alloy with activated hydrogen. The apparatus has (1) a metal melting hearth for melting a starting metal or alloy placed thereon and supporting the molten metal or alloy, (2) a discharge electrode positioned above, and opposite to, the metal or alloy placed on the melting hearth, (3) a closed vessel for containing the melting hearth and the discharge electrode, and (4) a gas inlet port in the wall of the closed vessel for introducing hydrogen or a hydrogen-containing gas into the vessel. The apparatus includes a device for quickly moving fine particles of the metal or alloy generated from the molten metal or alloy away from the vicinity of the molten metal by means of a current of hydrogen or a hydrogen-containing gas constituted by a suction duct for sucking a gas in the vicinity of the molten metal or alloy and withdrawing it out of the vessel and which extends into the vessel through the vessel wall and opens in the vicinity of the molten metal or alloy on the melting hearth; or a device for sending hydrogen or a hydrogen-containing gas into the closed vessel so as to form a turning flow of hydrogen or the hydrogen-containing gas moving downwardly from above the molten metal on the melting hearth or upwardly from below the molten metal. The improved apparatus also includes a trap for collecting the fine metal particles connected to the suction duct, a gas outlet or a gas passage, and a gas cooler provided upstream of the trap. The apparatus of this invention makes possible the production of fine particles of a metal or alloy having a narrow particle size distribution with a high recovery ratio.
A process for producing fine particles of a metal or alloy, which comprises contacting a molten metal or alloy with activated hydrogen gas thereby to release fine particles of the metal or alloy having a diameter of less than 10 microns from the molten metal or alloy.
A process for producing ultrafine particles of a ceramic, which comprises heating a ceramic having substantially the same components as the final ultrafine ceramic particles, a metal constituting the metal component of the final ultrafine ceramic particles, a mixture of said ceramic with said metal or carbon, or a mixture of said metal with carbon by an arc plasma or a high frequency induction plasma generated in hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen, a gaseous mixture of hydrogen and nitrogen, or a gaseous mixture of nitrogen and oxygen.
IPSCIO Record ID: 384023
US Patent #10,718,586 Metal-metal-matrix composite barrels
The alloy was originally developed as a solution to the distortion effects rifle barrels exhibit when they overheat. Consistent, continuous use causes the barrel of a firearm to overheat and become distorted. This causes a loss of accuracy with heavy use. The strategy is to acquire innovation at the engineering / patent level, marry it with appropriate early-stage operational med tech companies and apply it in a controlled clinical care setting which fosters engineering / clinical / business advancements under one umbrella.
The rights acquired are for use in medical applications or devices where heat of the device causes problems with its performance.
IPSCIO Record ID: 391094
Shaper means the value added step after the production of powder in order to bring it to a usable form such as beads, sponges, pellets, extrusions, films, sprays, membranes and the like.
Invention zirconium metal organic framework technology, as reported to Inven2 in Disclosure of Invention (DOFI) B-08003 (Ultrastable Zirconium-MetalOrganicFramework), and which has been further protected in patents US8653292, US9114348.
Patent US8653292 – Metal organic framework compounds
Patent US9114348 – Metal organic framework compounds
MOF Technology means all Inventions and Data relating to the form or use of metal organic frameworks to which Sublicensor has retained an ownership interest or a license and has the right to sublicense the same. MOF Technology is incorporated in and includes, for example, production of powder, pressed pellets, extrusions, films, sprays, membranes or other applications alike.
MOF Production Technology means all Inventions and Data relating to the production of metal organic frameworks to which Sublicensor has retained an ownership interest or a license and has the right to sublicense the same. MOF Production Technology is incorporated in and includes methods by which MOF Technology is created.
MOF means metal organic frameworks.
Patent Rights shall mean the technology covered by the Composition Patent and all patent applications licensed to Sublicensor, as well as all existing and future filings based thereon, as well as all patent applications, issued patents, and future patents issued from any such patent applications; divisionals, continuations and continuations-in-part, extensions, reissues, re-examinations, post grant reviews, confirmations, renewals, supplemental protection certificates based on any patent or patent application or arising out of same and filed in the Territory within the Field of Use.
A. These licensed areas are intended to be exclusive to and transferable (assignable and sublicensable) by Sublicensee
1. Use of MOFs for Lithium extraction and/or refining from all sources, including but not limited to water/brine, oil, and any other sources etc.
2. Use of MOFs for electrolytes and/or electrodes or other components or materials in lithium batteries. Including systems, apparatus etc.
3. Use of MOFs for transfer, separation, extraction and/or refining of ionic materials from all sources.
4. Use of MOFs for transfer, separation, extraction and/or refining of minerals, metals, and salts from all sources.
B. These areas are Examples of licensed non-transferrable, non-exclusive rights to Sublicensee with rights to sublicense
1. To the extent not already covered in Part A above, Use of MOFs in MMMs for any purposes. The term â€œMMMsâ€ or â€œMixed Matrix Membranesâ€ means MOFs in or on a carrier or support, comprising a polymeric material, for example MMMs as described in PCT Patent Application No. PCT/US2020/047953.
2. To the extent not already covered in Part A. above, use of MOFs for general resource recovery, for example, processing liquids for extracting materials for energy production
3. To the extent not already covered in Part A. above, use of MOFs for water purification.
4. To the extent not already covered in Part A. above, use of MOFs for absorption of ions, salts, metals and/or minerals. (redundant, but ok)
C. These are not currently licensed, but may be licensed to Sublicensee and its partners in the future to expand business development for Sublicensor and Sublicensee
1. Use of MOFs as catalysts to the extent such use is not covered by Part A. Any application of MOFs where the MOF acts as a catalyst. This means that the MOF will enable a chemical reaction to take place to produce a new chemical product at a faster rate or under different conditions. This does not include separation or transfer of minerals, metals, salts, ions or lithium as no chemical reaction is taking place over the MOF, but the MOF is used for its selective diffusion properties. The complex or bonding between minerals, metals, salts, ions or lithium and the MOF is not considered a new chemical product for this purpose.
2. Gas separation in general to the extent such use is not covered by Part A.
3. Downstream oil applications (fractionation).
4. Separation of NH3 and H2S, CO2, NOx SOx and gases from all sources to the extent such use is not covered by Part A.
5. Separation of H2O to the extent not covered by Parts A and/or B above.