Capacitor with cold-flow-extruded electrodes

  • US 6,170,138 B1
  • Filed: 03/06/1998
  • Issued: 01/09/2001
  • Est. Priority Date: 03/08/1997
  • Status: Expired due to Term
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1. A method of producing a capacitor which comprises a first electrode, a second electrode, at least one insulator, and a fastener which fastens the first and second electrodes, the method comprising:

  • providing a single piece; and

    extruding the first and second electrodes by a cold-flow extrusion process from the single piece, wherein the first and second electrodes are generated in the single piece having concentric electrode plates arising perpendicular from a mounting plate and having means for fastening the capacitor, and wherein after the cold-flow extrusion process, the first and second electrodes each comprise respective surfaces requiring no retouching.

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