Acc.#1998.0191 Danko page 17 AC#667


United States Patent 2,756,485

July 31, 1956


Process of Assembling Electrical Circuits



Filed August 28, 1950
Image of US PATENT 2,756,485

Moe Abramson and Stanislaus F. Danko
assignors to

The United States of America


as represented by

The Secretary of the Army


6 Claims (CL.29 -- 155.5)
Granted under Title 35, U.S. Code (1952), sec. 266)

...other attempts to simplify the manufacturing process focused on the interconnection of components. In 1949 Danko and Abrahamson [sic] of the Signal Corps announced the "Auto-Sembly" process,4 in which component leads were inserted into a copper foil interconnection pattern and dip soldered. With the development of board lamination and etching techniques, this concept evolved into the standard printed circuit board fabrication process in use today.
IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON ELECTRON DEVICES,
Vol. ED-23, No. 7, July 1979
Jack S. Kilby, Fellow, IEEE


Introduction  1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  11  12  13  14  15  17 

Transcript of Proceedings Before Hon. R. Dorsey Watkins, Judge
No. 11421 Civil
Wednesday, November 22, 1961 10AM - 4PM

Technograph Printed Circuits, Ltd. and Technograph Printed Electronics, Inc.
Vs.
Bendix Aviation Corporation
OFF-SET TECHNIQUE: Auto-Sembly Process aka Signal Corps Process
78 pages 208KB Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader





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