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Number: 228
Name: Metal fusion bonding >
Description: This is a residual class for metal fusion bonding as defined in this definition.










Class Number Class Name No. of Patents
228/58

Apparatus for bonding batteries (i.e., plural cells)

21
228/18

Combined

48
228/2.5

Explosive welding means

70
228/59

Heat shield

29
228/25

Including applicator movable during fusion

32
228/26

Including "flying" applicator engaging moving work

7
228/32

Means to move applicator

46
228/29

Orbital or plane curvilinear motion

60
228/30

Of roller applicator

2
228/31

With associated bath of liquid flux or filler

3
228/28

Reciprocatory or oscillatory motion

6
228/27

With lateral oscillation along path of seam

14
228/33

Including means to apply flux or filler to work or applicator

214
228/35

By brush, wick, or pad

22
228/36

By partial or total immersion of work or applicator into liquid

59
228/40

Comprising work immersion

54
228/37

Flowing flux or filler (e.g., wave former, etc.)

285
228/39

With means to mask or stop work

81
228/38

With means to roll or orbit work portion

10
228/42

Gaseous flux

199
228/43

Moving work

123
228/41

Solid flux or solid filler

247
228/34

With means to skim dross

29
228/44.3

Including means to force or clamp work portions together during bonding

324
228/44.5

Comprising tube aligning means

119
228/44.7

Work portion comprises electrical component

287
228/45

Including means to move or guide applicator

162
228/2.1

Including means to provide heat by friction between relatively moving surfaces (i.e., friction welder)

455
228/2.3

Means to rotate one surface relative to the other about a fixed axis

104
228/24

Including repetitive impact fusion-bonding means

10
228/1.1

Means to apply vibratory solid-state bonding energy (e.g., ultrasonic, etc.) to work

586
228/3.1

Means to bond by applying only pressure (e.g., for cold welding, etc.)

43
228/903

Metal to nonmetal

73
228/51

Metallic heat applicator (e.g., soldering iron, etc.)

176
228/55

Adjustable or detachable head or tip

76
228/54

Tip or head alloy or polymetallic structure

64
228/52

With means to handle flux or filler

47
228/53

With means to heat applicator

44
228/57

Miscellaneous

76
228/901

Process of bonding batteries

26
228/264

Process of disassembling bonded surfaces, per se (e.g., desoldering)

195
228/101

Process

95
228/177

Alternative bonding

38
228/256

Applying or distributing fused filler

158
228/258

By capillary action

47
228/257

By gravity

25
228/259

By immersing in stagnant pool

50
228/260

Using pumped stream or jet

151
228/261

Using spray

44
228/262

With agitating or vibrating (e.g., using ultrasonic energy)

70
228/196

Autogenous fusion

44
228/197

With diffusion of atoms or nuclear particles

14
228/121

Bonding nonmetals with metallic filler

279
228/192

Chain link

14
228/198

Chemical reaction produces filler material in situ

101
228/176

Combined

139
228/262.1

Critical work component, temperature, or pressure

71
228/262.5

Aluminum or magnesium member

99
228/262.51

Brazing or soldering

170
228/262.9

Brazing or soldering

101
228/262.6

Copper or noble metal member

54
228/262.61

Brazing or soldering

102
228/262.4

Ferrous metal member

26
228/262.45

Brazing or soldering

15
228/262.41

Steel member

105
228/262.44

And nonferrous metal member

43
228/262.42

Brazing or soldering

86
228/262.43

And nonferrous metal member

27
228/262.3

Nickel or cobalt member

85
228/262.31

Brazing or soldering

91
228/262.2

Nonmetal work component without metallic filler

47
228/262.21

Solid state bonding

35
228/262.7

Refractory metal member

41
228/262.8

Brazing or soldering

31
228/262.71

Titanium or zirconium member

79
228/262.72

Brazing or soldering

67
228/193

Diffusion type

413
228/194

Using intermediate diffusion facilitating material

241
228/195

With incipient melting of bonding surface

87
228/126

Encasing a rodlike core within a substantially coextensive tube by complete bonding therebetween

41
228/129

By bending planar part to form tube around rodlike core

8
228/130

Progressively

17
228/131

By fitting rodlike core within tube

65
228/132

Joining through filler

46
228/134

Applying molten filler from top reservoir

10
228/133

Preplacing solid tubular filler

11
228/127

Thermally induced pressure weld

41
228/128

With mechanical interlock

13
228/244

Feeding unfused filler into fusing contact with work part

39
228/120

Mechanically joining metal/nonmetal and bonding to the metal

87
228/122.1

Metal to nonmetal with separate metallic filler

358
228/124.5

Active or reactive filler component

98
228/124.6

Forming hermetic seal (e.g., welding lid to container)

134
228/124.7

Forming joint of rotary shaft

11
228/123.1

Semiconductor-type nonmetallic material

300
228/124.1

With treating

252
228/175

Plural diverse bonding

344
228/225

Plural filler applying

69
228/226

Diverse fillers

69
228/227

Plural heat applying

62
228/228

And applying pressure

44
228/230

Diverse heating

28
228/231

Including post-heating

120
228/232

Including preheating

133
228/229

Separate and distinct heating of work and filler

12
228/178

Plural joints

133
228/181

Honeycomb structure

147
228/188

Including nonmetallic base

37
228/185

Noncoextensive lamina to common base in regular pattern

38
228/190

Of concurrently bonded stacked laminae

227
228/179.1

Of electrical device (e.g., semiconductor)

368
228/180.1

Simultaneous bonding of multiple joints (e.g., dip soldering of printed circuit boards)

587
228/180.21

Component terminal to substrate surface (i.e., nonpenetrating terminal)

774
228/180.22

Lead-less (or "bumped") device

1183
228/180.5

Wire bonding

760
228/182

Of mechanical article

201
228/183

Heat exchanger structure

395
228/184

Pressure vessels, tanks, and container-type structures

163
228/186

Preliminary sealing of joints

50
228/187

Separate successive bonds at different temperatures

37
228/189

Using bridge or spacer

109
228/245

Preplacing solid filler

288
228/248.1

Applied in powdered or particulate form

478
228/248.5

Nonhomogeneous metal filler particles

61
228/249

Joint interposed

64
228/253

Attaching filler to work part

69
228/254

Adherent solid layer or coating (e.g., pretinned)

405
228/255

Mechanically secured

44
228/250

Butt

20
228/252

Coextensive sheet

25
228/251

Lap

13
228/246

Particular size or shape

370
228/247

Indefinite length

22
228/119

Repairing, restoring, or renewing product for reuse

489
228/234.1

Specific mode of heating or applying pressure

241
228/234.3

Exothermic reaction heating

71
228/235.1

Mode of applying pressure

166
228/235.2

Roll bonding

78
228/235.3

At specific temperature level

43
228/234.2

Vapor phase heating

146
228/233.1

Specific rate of varying pressure or schedule of distinct pressures

41
228/233.2

Specific rate of varying temperature or schedule of distinct temperatures

105
228/106

Using a compliant cushioning medium

70
228/118

Using bond inhibiting separating material

120
228/112.1

Using dynamic frictional energy (i.e., friction welding)

678
228/114.5

By rotating one work surface relative to another about an axis

183
228/113

Inertia type

101
228/114

With treating other than heating

88
228/107

Using explosive energy

167
228/109

Critical spacing between preforms

23
228/108

Specific rate of explosive burn or approach of preforms

26
228/110.1

Using high frequency vibratory energy (e.g., ultrasonic)

527
228/111.5

Soldering or liquid phase bonding

60
228/111

With treating other than heating

79
228/115

Using only pressure (e.g., cold welding)

134
228/117

Cold rolling

36
228/116

With pretreating of work

74
228/212

With clamping or holding

450
228/213

And unclamping

56
228/102

With condition responsive, program, or timing control

488
228/191

With disassembling of bonded joint (e.g., desoldering)

113
228/103

With measuring, testing, indicating, inspecting, or illuminating

410
228/104

Nondestructive testing

162
228/105

Using optical viewing means (e.g., microscope)

166
228/203

With pretreating other than heating or cooling of work part of filler prior to bonding and any application of filler

119
228/204

Applying porous or capillary feed material

9
228/208

Applying preliminary bond facilitating metal coating

189
228/209

Chemical deposition

77
228/210

Mechanically secured

3
228/211

Chemical

22
228/205

Cleaning

131
228/206

Chemical

95
228/207

Applying flux

140
228/214

With protecting of work or filler or applying flux

188
228/223

Applying flux

267
228/224

Flux affixed to or incorporated with filler

94
228/215

By confining filler

180
228/216

Using backup means

53
228/222

Using cooling means (e.g., heat sink or barrier)

126
228/218

Using gas, vapor, vacuum, or reactive flame

43
228/219

Gas or vapor

310
228/220

Reducing gas

109
228/221

Vacuum

118
228/217

Using getter

32
228/125

With removing or reshaping of filler material or flash after bonding

118
228/141.1

With shaping

52
228/144

And edge joining of one piece blank or strip

58
228/152

Irregular thick blank or strip

22
228/146

Progressively bending and joining

36
228/147

Forming indefinite length member

67
228/148

Sheathing, cable or wire

61
228/145

To form helically seamed tube

35
228/149

Uniform thickness thin blank or strip

11
228/150

Elongated seam

23
228/151

Butt joining

55
228/142

Corner mitering

11
228/153

Lap joining of parts of nonplanar surfaces

11
228/154

For telescoping sleeve

38
228/143

Of multilayer tube from single web

12
228/164

Prior to bonding

98
228/170

By cutting

184
228/172

Abrading

17
228/171

Producing opposed complementary matching bonding surface

77
228/173.1

By deforming

88
228/173.3

Preforming work faying surface

38
228/173.2

Pressing first work part against second work part

84
228/173.5

Rod, bar, or wirelike object

91
228/173.6

Sheet material

180
228/173.7

Continuously feeding sheet material

45
228/173.4

Tube or frame member

136
228/165

Forming channel, groove, or aperture for reception of filler material

170
228/168

Annular seam

43
228/169

Having u-shaped or curved cross section

26
228/166

Elongated seam

25
228/167

Planar intersecting channel walls

4
228/174

Forming channel, groove, or aperture

141
228/155

Subsequent to bonding

147
228/156

Drawing elongated member through die

44
228/159

Removing of material

59
228/160

By cutting

121
228/162

Abrading

25
228/161

Producing internal cavity, aperture, or opening

47
228/163

By melting

7
228/158

Rolling

94
228/157

Spreading or expanding work between bond joints (e.g., honeycomb or heat exchanger making, etc.)

179
228/265

With concurrent bonding

139
228/199

With subsequent treating other than heating of bonded parts and/or filler material

70
228/201

Cleaning

37
228/202

Chemical

14
228/200

Cooling under particular conditions

84
228/135

With supplementary mechanical joining

106
228/138

Attaching of bridge or tie member

41
228/136

Deforming of work part

91
228/137

Lock seaming

8
228/139

Using separate fastener

29
228/140

Threaded fastener

35
228/50

Seam backup means

81
228/56.3

Solder form

333
228/56.1

Specialized pot

54
228/56.2

Having means to treat flux or filler

39
228/60

Tube end closing

30
228/902

Using flame

18
228/904

Wire bonding

103
228/8

With control means responsive to sensed condition

244
228/12

Responsive to position of work carrier

23
228/9

Work-responsive (e.g., temperature, orientation of work, etc.)

287
228/10

Presence of work

36
228/11

To control feed of filler

31
228/7

With machine part responsive to template or pattern or to indicia carried by auxiliary record (e.g., tape, card, etc.)

60
228/46

With means to cool work or product

115
228/13

With means to cut or separate work, filler, flux, or product

118
228/14

Plus means to apply cut filler or cut flux to work

21
228/15.1

With means to deform work, filler, or flux portion before fusion

54
228/16

By a funnel-shaped conduit (e.g., welding bell, etc.)

3
228/17

By roller means

43
228/17.5

Comprising means forming one-piece blank into a tubular shape

110
228/17.7

Helical tubular shape

22
228/47.1

With means to handle work or product

150
228/49.1

Including means to orient work or position work portion relative to another work portion

266
228/49.2

Means to rotate work and to position work about a different axis

31
228/49.3

Pipe joint aligner

155
228/49.4

Sheet aligner

58
228/48

Including means to rotate cylindrical work

65
228/49.6

Work portion comprises can body

49
228/49.5

Work portion comprises electrical component

235
228/4.1

With means to juxtapose and bond plural workpieces

155
228/5.5

Including compliant cushioning medium

68
228/6.1

Plural discrete workpieces

92
228/6.2

With electrical connection made at joint

314
228/5.7

Strip leading end to trailing end bonder

111
228/4.5

Wire lead bonder

757
228/5.1

With means to treat workpieces (e.g., cutting, deforming, etc.)

83
228/19

With means to remove, compact, or shape applied flux or filler

150
228/20.1

By fluid blast or suction

110
228/20.5

Hand tool

93
228/22

Including wiper

25
228/23

Comprising endless wiper

4
228/21

With shield or guide for removed material

13
228/56.5

With signal, indicator, gauge, or stop

82
 
 
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