Jeffrey K Mendiola, Age 572576 Ariel Ln, Meridian, ID 83642

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2576 Ariel Ln, Meridian, ID 83642 (208) 887-1277

Boise, ID

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Cassette Invertor Method

US Patent:
6475880, Nov 5, 2002
Filed:
Oct 4, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/679029
Inventors:
Jeffrey K. Mendiola - Meridian ID
Willard L. Hofer - Boise ID
Assignee:
Micron Technology, Inc. - Boise ID
International Classification:
H01L 2146
US Classification:
438464, 438456
Abstract:
A method of inverting a plurality of plate-like materials. One form of the method may include supporting the plurality of plate-like materials in an orientation such that the plate-like materials are substantially parallel to each other in a first orientation. The method may also include engaging portions of each plate-like material to retain the plate-like materials in the substantially parallel orientation to each other, and simultaneously inverting the plate-like material to a second orientation.

Cassette Invertor Apparatus

US Patent:
6254682, Jul 3, 2001
Filed:
Aug 6, 1998
Appl. No.:
9/130262
Inventors:
Jeffrey K. Mendiola - Meridian ID
Willard L. Hofer - Boise ID
Assignee:
Micron Technology, Inc. - Boise ID
International Classification:
B05C 1302
US Classification:
118500
Abstract:
An apparatus and method for inverting a plurality of plate-like materials to provide for the treatment of plate-like material using techniques that must be applied to the surface from a direction other than from above the material, such as for beneath the material in meniscus coating techniques. The apparatus includes a base, a back attached to the base, a top that is removably attachable to the base for retaining a cassette between the top and the base and retractable material holders attached to the base for engaging and disengaging the plate-like material. In a preferred embodiment, the retractable material holders are in the form of support blocks having notches corresponding the edges of the plate-like material that are reciprocally moved by a side actuator to enable the blocks to engage and disengage the plate-like material. Also in a preferred embodiment, support block actuators are attached to the blocks to provide for restrained movement of the plate-like material between the surfaces of the cassette rails and top actuators are provided to separate the top from the back of the apparatus. Alternatively, beveled notches in the blocks are used to provide restrained movement of the plate-like material between the surfaces of the cassette rails and an open and close hinge and locking mechanism arrangement is used to connect the top to the back.

Cassette Invertor Apparatus And Method

US Patent:
5858459, Jan 12, 1999
Filed:
Feb 22, 1996
Appl. No.:
8/603879
Inventors:
Jeffrey K. Mendiola - Meridian ID
Willard L. Hofer - Boise ID
Assignee:
Micron Technology, Inc. - Boise ID
International Classification:
B65D 118
B65G 4724
B65C 1300
US Classification:
427209
Abstract:
An apparatus and method for inverting a plurality of plate-like materials to provide for the treatment of plate-like material using techniques that must be applied to the surface from a direction other than from above the material, such as from beneath the material in meniscus coating techniques. The apparatus includes a base, a back attached to the base, a top that is removably attachable to the base for retaining a cassette between the top and the base and retractable material holders attached to the base for engaging and disengaging the plate-like material. In a preferred embodiment, the retractable material holders are in the form of support blocks having notches corresponding the edges of the plate-like material that are reciprocally moved by a side actuator to enable the blocks to engage and disengage the plate-like material. Also in a preferred embodiment, support block actuators are attached to the blocks to provide for restrained movement of the plate-like material between the surfaces of the cassette rails and top actuators are provided to separate the top from the back of the apparatus. Alternatively, beveled notches in the blocks are used to provide restrained movement of the plate-like material between the surfaces of the cassette rails and an open and close hinge and locking mechanism arrangement is used to connect the top to the back.

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