Patents by Inventor Masayuki Miyabe

Masayuki Miyabe has filed for patents to protect the following inventions. This listing includes patent applications that are pending as well as patents that have already been granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

  • Publication number: 20210030976
    Abstract: A fine water discharge device of a human body which discharges fine water to the human body includes: fine water generating units being brought into a moisture absorption state and a moisture release state in which moisture is absorbed in, and is released from, a conductive polymer film due to a decrease and an increase in temperature, respectively and disposed in parallel; a blowing unit blowing air so that air flows through the fine water generating units; an electrifying portion individually electrifying the fine water generating units so that a temperature of each fine water generating unit is changed depending on electrification; and a control portion controlling the electrifying portion and the blowing unit so that the fine water generating units are individually switched between the moisture absorption state and the moisture release state to discharge the fine water by blowing air.
    Type: Application
    Filed: March 13, 2020
    Publication date: February 4, 2021
    Applicant: AISIN SEIKI KABUSHIKI KAISHA
    Inventors: Yoko ADACHI, Shinsuke INOUE, Akiyoshi HIRANO, Masayuki MIYABE
  • Patent number: 7490751
    Abstract: A soldering iron tip having a copper or copper alloy core and a metal particle sintered member connected to the core to transfer heat therefrom to form a working soldering tip. The sintered member can be manufactured by powder metallurgy from a base material (iron, nickel and/or cobalt particles) and an additive (silicon, copper, silver, tin, boron and/or carbon particles) where needed. The sintered member can be formed as a cap which is fitted onto the working tip with a silver paste sandwiched therebetween, a brazing filler metal ring is positioned between an abutment shoulder and the cap, flux applied to the joint and the cap brazed into place. A metal, cermet or ceramic coating sprayed on the outer surface of the core, except for the (masked) working tip end, is not wettable by solder. An Ag—Al—Cu alloy coating layer in the rearwardly-disposed cavity improves heat conduction from the heater therein.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: February 24, 2004
    Date of Patent: February 17, 2009
    Assignee: Hakko Corporation
    Inventors: Takashi Nagase, Takashi Uetani, Yoshimoto Teraoka, Takanori Naito, Norihisa Sekimori, Masayuki Miyabe
  • Patent number: 7030339
    Abstract: A soldering iron tip having a copper or copper alloy core and a metal particle sintered member connected to the core to transfer heat therefrom to form a working soldering tip. The sintered member can be manufactured by powder metallurgy from a base material (iron, nickel and/or cobalt particles) and an additive (silicon, copper, silver, tin, boron and/or carbon particles) where needed. The sintered member can be formed as a cap which is fitted onto the working tip with a silver paste sandwiched therebetween, a brazing filler metal ring is positioned between an abutment shoulder and the cap, flux applied to the joint and the cap brazed into place. A metal, cermet or ceramic coating sprayed on the outer surface of the core, except for the (masked) working tip end, is not wettable by solder. An Ag—Al—Cu alloy coating layer in the rearwardly-disposed cavity improves heat conduction from the heater therein.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: November 21, 2003
    Date of Patent: April 18, 2006
    Assignee: Hakko Corporation
    Inventors: Takashi Nagase, Takashi Uetani, Yoshimoto Teraoka, Takanori Naito, Norihisa Sekimori, Masayuki Miyabe
  • Publication number: 20040226981
    Abstract: A soldering iron tip having a copper or copper alloy core and a metal particle sintered member connected to the core to transfer heat therefrom to form a working soldering tip. The sintered member can be manufactured by powder metallurgy from a base material (iron, nickel and/or cobalt particles) and an additive (silicon, copper, silver, tin, boron and/or carbon particles) where needed. The sintered member can be formed as a cap which is fitted onto the working tip with a silver paste sandwiched therebetween, a brazing filler metal ring is positioned between an abutment shoulder and the cap, flux applied to the joint and the cap brazed into place. A metal, cermet or ceramic coating sprayed on the outer surface of the core, except for the (masked) working tip end, is not wettable by solder. An Ag—Al—Cu alloy coating layer in the rearwardly-disposed cavity improves heat conduction from the heater therein.
    Type: Application
    Filed: February 24, 2004
    Publication date: November 18, 2004
    Applicant: Hakko Corpotation, Japanese corporation
    Inventors: Takashi Nagase, Takashi Uetani, Yoshitomo Teraoka, Takanori Naito, Masayuki Miyabe, Norihisa Sekimori
  • Publication number: 20040226982
    Abstract: A soldering iron tip having a copper or copper alloy core and a metal particle sintered member connected to the core to transfer heat therefrom to form a working soldering tip. The sintered member can be manufactured by powder metallurgy from a base material (iron, nickel and/or cobalt particles) and an additive (silicon, copper, silver, tin, boron and/or carbon particles) where needed. The sintered member can be formed as a cap which is fitted onto the working tip with a silver paste sandwiched therebetween, a brazing filler metal ring is positioned between an abutment shoulder and the cap, flux applied to the joint and the cap brazed into place. A metal, cermet or ceramic coating sprayed on the outer surface of the core, except for the (masked) working tip end, is not wettable by solder. An Ag—Al—Cu alloy coating layer in the rearwardly-disposed cavity improves heat conduction from the heater therein.
    Type: Application
    Filed: February 24, 2004
    Publication date: November 18, 2004
    Applicant: Hakko Corporation, Japanese corporation
    Inventors: Takashi Nagase, Takashi Uetani, Yoshitomo Teraoka, Takanori Naito, Masayuki Miyabe, Norihisa Sekimori
  • Publication number: 20040222206
    Abstract: A soldering iron tip having a copper or copper alloy core and a metal particle sintered member connected to the core to transfer heat therefrom to form a working soldering tip. The sintered member can be manufactured by powder metallurgy from a base material (iron, nickel and/or cobalt particles) and an additive (silicon, copper, silver, tin, boron and/or carbon particles) where needed. The sintered member can be formed as a cap which is fitted onto the working tip with a silver paste sandwiched therebetween, a brazing filler metal ring is positioned between an abutment shoulder and the cap, flux applied to the joint and the cap brazed into place. A metal, cermet or ceramic coating sprayed on the outer surface of the core, except for the (masked) working tip end, is not wettable by solder. An Ag—Al—Cu alloy coating layer in the rearwardly-disposed cavity improves heat conduction from the heater therein.
    Type: Application
    Filed: November 21, 2003
    Publication date: November 11, 2004
    Applicant: Hakko Corporation, Japanese corporation
    Inventors: Takashi Nagase, Takashi Uetani, Yoshitomo Teraoka, Takanori Naito, Norihisa Sekimori, Masayuki Miyabe