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Inventor:
Deshmukh; Uday V.
Address:
Oceanside, CA
No. of patents:
24
Patents:












Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7250008 Iron golf club July 31, 2007
The iron golf club head (20) of the present invention is preferably composed of three main components: a periphery member 22, a central member 24 and a face plate 26. The periphery member (22) is preferably composed of a high density material such as a nickel-tungsten alloy. The cent
7220189 Iron golf club May 22, 2007
The iron golf club head (20) of the present invention is preferably composed of three main components: a periphery member 22, a central member 24 and a face plate 26. The periphery member (22) is preferably composed of a high density material such as a nickel-tungsten alloy. The cent
7172519 Golf club head composed of damascene patterned metal February 6, 2007
A golf club head composed of a damascene patterned metal, such as a Damascus steel, is disclosed. The golf club head may be a putter head or an iron-type club head with a majority of the club head body formed of the damascene patterned metal, or a wood-type club head or an iron-type
7160627 Boron containing ceramic-aluminum metal composite and method to form the composite January 9, 2007
A boron containing ceramic-aluminum metal composite is formed by mixing a boron containing ceramic with a metal powder comprised of aluminum or alloy thereof, shaping the mixture into a porous preform, contacting the preform with an infiltrating metal comprised of aluminum or alloy there
7144336 Iron golf club December 5, 2006
The iron golf club head (20) of the present invention is preferably composed of three main components: a periphery member 22, a central member 24 and a face plate 26. The periphery member (22) is preferably composed of a high density material such as a nickel-tungsten alloy. The cent
7112148 High density alloy for improved mass properties of an article September 26, 2006
The present invention is a nickel-tungsten-chromium alloy for an article of manufacture such as a portion of a golf club head (20). The nickel-tungsten-chromium alloy preferably has a density ranging from 9.0 g/cm.sup.3 to 10.5 g/cm.sup.3, and a Rockwell Hardness ranging from 50 to 9
7014571 High density alloy for improved mass properties of an article March 21, 2006
The present invention is a nickel-tungsten-chromium alloy for an article of manufacture such as a portion of a golf club head (20). The nickel-tungsten-chromium alloy preferably has a density ranging from 9.0 g/cm.sup.3 to 10.5 g/cm.sup.3, and a Rockwell Hardness ranging from 50 to 9
7004853 High density alloy for improved mass properties of an article February 28, 2006
The present invention is a nickel-tungsten-chromium alloy for an article of manufacture such as a portion of a golf club head (20). The nickel-tungsten-chromium alloy preferably has a density ranging from 9.0 g/cm.sup.3 to 10.5 g/cm.sup.3, and a Rockwell Hardness ranging from 50 to 9
6986193 Golf club head composed of damascene patterned metal January 17, 2006
A golf club head composed of a damascene patterned metal, such as a Damascus steel, is disclosed. The golf club head may be a putter head or an iron-type club head with a majority of the club head body formed of the damascene patterned metal, or a wood-type club head or an iron-type
6981924 High density alloy for improved mass properties of an article January 3, 2006
The present invention is a nickel-tungsten-chromium alloy for an article of manufacture such as a portion of a golf club head (20). The nickel-tungsten-chromium alloy preferably has a density ranging from 9.0 g/cm.sup.3 to 10.5 g/cm.sup.3, and a Rockwell Hardness ranging from 50 to 9
6951686 Architectural concrete and process to make same October 4, 2005
A concrete article comprised of concrete having therein a reinforcing polymer that has a surface comprised of a thermoplastic hydroxy-functionalized polyether or polyester. The concrete article is made by mixing concrete, water and a reinforcing polymer that has a surface comprised o
6902497 Golf club head with a face insert June 7, 2005
A golf club head (20) having a body (22) with a front wall (30) with an opening (32) and a striking plate insert (40) is disclosed herein. The striking plate insert (40) is heat treated, and preferably has a microstructure with at least 40% alpha phase. The golf club head (20) has a
6887164 Iron golf club head May 3, 2005
The iron golf club head (20) of the present invention is preferably composed of three main components: a periphery member 22, a central member 24 and a face plate 26. The periphery member (22) is preferably composed of a high density material such as a nickel-tungsten alloy. The central
6878074 Golf club head composed of a damascene patterned metal April 12, 2005
A golf club head composed of a damascene patterned metal, such as a Damascus steel, is disclosed. The golf club head may be a putter head or an iron-type club head with a majority of the club head body formed of the damascene patterned metal, or a wood-type club head or an iron-type club
6863625 Iron golf club March 8, 2005
The iron golf club head (20) of the present invention is preferably composed of three main components: a periphery member 22, a central member 24 and a face plate 26. The periphery member (22) is preferably composed of a high density material such as a nickel-tungsten alloy. The central
6857973 Iron golf club February 22, 2005
The iron golf club head (20) of the present invention is preferably composed of three main components: a periphery member 22, a central member 24 and a face plate 26. The periphery member (22) is preferably composed of a high density material such as a nickel-tungsten alloy. The central
6835349 Boron containing ceramic-aluminum metal composite and method to form the composite December 28, 2004
A boron containing ceramic-aluminum metal composite is formed by mixing a boron containing ceramic with a metal powder comprised of aluminum or alloy thereof, shaping the mixture into a porous preform, contacting the preform with an infiltrating metal comprised of aluminum or alloy there
6663504 Multiple material golf club head December 16, 2003
A fairway wood type golf club having a club head with a major body and a minor body is disclosed herein. The major body is composed of an amorphous metal material and has a striking plate section, a return section, a sole section, a ribbon section and a ledge portion. The minor body is
6508978 Golf club head with weighting member and method of manufacturing the same January 21, 2003
The use of hot pressing for weighting of a golf club head is disclosed herein. The preferred weighting material is a multiple component material that includes a high-density component and a binding component. A preferred multiple component material includes tungsten and tin. The hot
6475427 Golf club with multiple material weighting member November 5, 2002
The use of liquid phase sintering for weighting of a golf club head is disclosed herein. The preferred weighting material is a multiple component material that includes a high-density component, a binding component and an anti-oxidizing component. A preferred multiple component material
6471604 Multiple material golf head October 29, 2002
A golf club (40) having a club head (42) with a face component (60) and an aft body (61) is disclosed herein. The face component (60) has a striking plate portion (72) and a return portion (74). The aft-body (61) is composed of a crown portion (62), a sole portion (64) and optionally a
6440010 Golf club head with weighting member and method of manufacturing the same August 27, 2002
The use of hot pressing for weighting of a golf club head is disclosed herein. The preferred weighting material is a multiple component material that includes a high-density component and a binding component. A preferred multiple component material includes tungsten and tin. The hot
6406382 Golf club with multiple material weighting member June 18, 2002
The use of liquid phase sintering for weighting of a golf club head is disclosed herein. The preferred weighting material is a multiple component material that includes a high-density component, a binding component and an anti-oxidizing component. A preferred multiple component material
6277326 Process for liquid-phase sintering of a multiple-component material August 21, 2001
The use of liquid phase sintering for manufacturing a high density multiple component material is disclosed herein. The preferred weighting material is a multiple component material that includes a high-density component, a binding component and an anti-oxidizing component. A preferred m










 
 
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