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Metallic Particle Extracting Method

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000090763D
Original Publication Date: 1969-Jul-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2005-Mar-05
Document File: 2 page(s) / 38K

Publishing Venue

IBM

Related People

Leveque, ML: AUTHOR

Abstract

The method extracts, through screen 1, metallic particles 2 such as Fe(2)O(3) particles either in powder form or in binder and which are contained in a tank 3, according to a selected configuration determined by magnetic head 4. Screen 1 is a nonmagnetic material and the mesh width is adapted to the particle dimensions. Extracting can be performed either by a permanent magnet or by a magnetic head having the required shape. These extracted particles can be deposited on a support under the influence of a source of energy and pressure in order to realize a metallic configuration. The method produces high definition configurations which are not destroyed under the influence of a magnetic field.

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Metallic Particle Extracting Method

The method extracts, through screen 1, metallic particles 2 such as Fe(2)O(3) particles either in powder form or in binder and which are contained in a tank 3, according to a selected configuration determined by magnetic head 4. Screen 1 is a nonmagnetic material and the mesh width is adapted to the particle dimensions. Extracting can be performed either by a permanent magnet or by a magnetic head having the required shape. These extracted particles can be deposited on a support under the influence of a source of energy and pressure in order to realize a metallic configuration. The method produces high definition configurations which are not destroyed under the influence of a magnetic field.

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