Ex parte QUINN et al. - Page 1




                    THIS OPINION WAS NOT WRITTEN FOR PUBLICATION                      
          The opinion in support of the decision being entered today (1)              
          was not written for publication in a law journal and (2) is                 
          not binding precedent of the Board.                                         
                                                            Paper No. 15              

                      UNITED STATES PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE                       
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                         BEFORE THE BOARD OF PATENT APPEALS                           
                                 AND INTERFERENCES                                    
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           Ex parte KRAIG A. QUINN, BRIAN T. ORMOND and JOSEF E. JEDLICKA             
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                                Appeal No. 1997-3727                                  
                               Application 08/416,127                                 
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                                      ON BRIEF                                        
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          Before JERRY SMITH, FLEMING and LALL, Administrative Patent                 
          Judges.                                                                     
          LALL, Administrative Patent Judge.                                          

                                 DECISION ON APPEAL                                   
               This is a decision on appeal under 35 U.S.C.  134 from                
          the final rejection of all the pending claims, 1 and 3 to 5.                
               The invention relates to a method of removing a chip from              
          a chip array having a plurality of chips, each chip being                   

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