Diamond Applications ©
From 04/28/2015 through 8/6/2013
Diamond Cutting Tools
For earlier Patent Titles, go to Sorted Patents /Carbon Materials /Diamond Applications.
Polycrystalline diamond compacts with partitioned substrate, polycrystalline diamond table, or both
Method of fabricating diamond semiconductor and diamond semiconductor formed according to the method
Method to produce light-emitting nano-particles of diamond
Diamond-bonded bodies and compacts with improved thermal stability and mechanical strength
Polycrystalline diamond compact including a non-uniformly leached polycrystalline diamond table and applications therefor
Polycrystalline diamond cutting element
Cutting elements for earth-boring tools, earth-boring tools including such cutting elements and related methods
Electron multiplier device having a nanodiamond layer
Cutting element (Diamond Application)
For earlier US Patent titles, go to Sorted Patents /Carbon /Diamond Applications.
Dental care products with diamond particles
Element containing thermally stable polycrystalline diamond material and methods and assemblies for formation thereof
Polycrystalline diamond cutting element and method of using same
Methods for measuring at least one rheological property of diamond particles
Method for making fine diamond PDC
Methods of forming cutting elements having different interstitial materials in multi-layer diamond tables
Diamond transition layer construction with improved thickness ratio
Diamond type quad-resistor cells of PRAM
Highly wear resistant diamond insert with improved transition structure
Diamondoid monolayers as electron emitters
Thermally stable polycrystalline diamond cutting elements and bits incorporating the same
Diamond enhanced cutting elements, earth-boring tools employing diamond-enhanced cutting elements, and methods of making diamond-enhanced cutting elements
DLC-coated sliding member and method for producing the same
Injection mold assembly including an injection mold cavity at least partially defined by a polycrystalline diamond material
Ultra-hard composite constructions comprising high-density diamond surface
Diamond-reinforced composite materials and articles, and methods for making same
Process for activating a diamond-based electrode, electrode thus obtained and uses thereof
Because of their unusual properties, stiffness and thermal conductivity, diamond materials can be useful in many different applications. (RDC 8/6/2013)
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* Date of latest addition; date of first entry is 8/6/2013.