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  • 3 Gibbons Knl, Fairport, NY 14450 (585) 388-0427
  • 34 Gibbons Knl, Fairport, NY 14450 (585) 388-0427
  • Ridgewood, NJ
  • 935 Park Ave #4, Rochester, NY 14610 (585) 388-0427

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Susan Bernegger

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Location:
Rochester, New York Area

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Double-Sided Microlens Array And Method Of Manufacturing Same

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US Patent:
6587274, Jul 1, 2003
Filed:
Dec 20, 2001
Appl. No.:
10/027863
Inventors:
John Border - Walworth NY
Susan H. Bernegger - Fairport NY
John C. Pulver - Spencerport NY
Morgan A. Smith - Rochester NY
Assignee:
Eastman Kodak Company - Rochester NY
International Classification:
G02B 2710
US Classification:
359619, 359622
Abstract:
A double-sided microlens array and method has a plurality of first microlenses on a first surface opposite a plurality of second microlenses on a second surface of a transparent medium. At least two optical features are arranged on either of the first or second surfaces to form fiducial marks on the opposing surface in the transparent medium. The fiducial marks enable precise alignment of the microlenses in the first and second plurality of microlens arrays.

Method And Manufacturing A Precisely Aligned Microlens Array

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US Patent:
6594084, Jul 15, 2003
Filed:
Dec 20, 2001
Appl. No.:
10/027698
Inventors:
John Border - Walworth NY
Susan H. Bernegger - Fairport NY
John C. Pulver - Spencerport NY
Morgan A. Smith - Rochester NY
Assignee:
Eastman Kodak Company - Rochester NY
International Classification:
G02B 2710
US Classification:
359619, 359808, 359455, 356401
Abstract:
A method of manufacturing a microlens array requires at least two fiducial marks formed on a surface of a transparent medium opposite the microlens array. Additional optical features formed on the transparent medium adjacent the microlens array enables precise locationing of fiducial marks on an opposing surface when such surface is exposed to a collimated beam of light. The location of fiducial marks using the method of the invention is about 1 micron or less.

Fiber Optic Array And Method Of Making Same

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US Patent:
6748145, Jun 8, 2004
Filed:
Dec 20, 2001
Appl. No.:
10/027748
Inventors:
John Border - Walworth NY
Susan H. Bernegger - Fairport NY
John C. Pulver - Spencerport NY
Morgan A. Smith - Rochester NY
Assignee:
Eastman Kodak Company - Rochester NY
International Classification:
G02B 626
US Classification:
385 52, 385 78
Abstract:
A fiber optic array and method of making same has precision fiducial marks that aid in the alignment of the fiber optic array. The invention requires forming additional optical features adjacent to the fiber optic array that is used to write fiducial marks on an opposite surface in the medium containing the fiber optic array. Fiducial marks are formed when a high intensity collimated beam of light is directed through the optical features onto a treated portion of the transparent medium. Fiducial accuracies of 1 micron are possible by using this approach.

Method Of Forming Fiducial Marks On A Micro-Sized Article

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US Patent:
6765603, Jul 20, 2004
Filed:
Dec 20, 2001
Appl. No.:
10/027994
Inventors:
John Border - Walworth NY
Susan H. Bernegger - Fairport NY
John C. Pulver - Spencerport NY
Morgan A. Smith - Rochester NY
Assignee:
Eastman Kodak Company - Rochester NY
International Classification:
B41J 2435
US Classification:
347224, 359619
Abstract:
A method of forming fiducial marks on a micro-sized article has at least one optical feature adjacent the micro-sized article that focuses a collimated beam of light onto a surface opposite the mounting surface of the micro-sized article. Fiducial mark is formed on the surface that enables precise alignment of the micro-sized articles.

Laser Array And Method Of Making Same

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US Patent:
6845120, Jan 18, 2005
Filed:
Apr 22, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/420244
Inventors:
John Border - Walworth NY,
Susan H. Bernegger - Fairport NY,
John C. Pulver - Spencerport NY,
Morgan A. Smith - Rochester NY,
Assignee:
Eastman Kodak Company - Rochester NY
International Classification:
H01S 308
US Classification:
372107, 372 43, 372 44, 372 45, 372 46, 372 47, 372 48, 372 49, 372 50, 372101, 372103
Abstract:
A laser array and method of making same has precision fiducial marks that aid in the alignment of the laser array. The invention requires forming additional optical features adjacent to the laser array that is used to write fiducial marks on an opposite surface in the medium containing the laser array. Fiducial marks are formed when high intensity collimated beams of light are directed through the optical features onto a treated portion of the transparent medium. Fiducial accuracies of 1 micron are possible by using this approach.

Laser Array And Method Of Making Same

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US Patent:
2003011, Jun 26, 2003
Filed:
Dec 20, 2001
Appl. No.:
10/028035
Inventors:
John Border - Walworth NY,
Susan Bernegger - Fairport NY,
John Pulver - Spencerport NY,
Morgan Smith - Rochester NY,
Assignee:
Eastman Kodak Company
International Classification:
H01S005/00
US Classification:
372/050000
Abstract:
A laser array and method of making same has precision fiducial marks that aid in the alignment of the laser array. The invention requires forming additional optical features adjacent to the laser array that is used to write fiducial marks on an opposite surface in the medium containing the laser array. Fiducial marks are formed when high intensity collimated beams of light are directed through the optical features onto a treated portion of the transparent medium. Fiducial accuracies of 1 micron are possible by using this approach.

Microlens Array

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US Patent:
6515800, Feb 4, 2003
Filed:
Dec 20, 2001
Appl. No.:
10/027834
Inventors:
John Border - Walworth NY
Susan H. Bernegger - Fairport NY
John C. Pulver - Spencerport NY
Morgan A. Smith - Rochester NY
Assignee:
Eastman Kodak Company - Rochester NY
International Classification:
G02B 2710
US Classification:
359619, 349 95
Abstract:
A microlens array has a plurality of microlens supportedly arranged on a first surface of a transparent medium. At least two optical features are formed on a second surface opposite the first surface. Fiducial marks are formed on the second surface by a beam of collimated light directed onto the optical features and focused onto the second surface. Fiducial marks enable precise alignment of the microlenses in the microlens array.
Susan H Bernegger from Fairport, NY, age ~61 Get Report