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Number: 226/133
Name: Advancing material of indeterminate length > By intermittent (interrupted) material-mover > Manual material-mover (e.g., dispenser) > With means to limit increment of advance > With means to adjust limit means
Description: Device provided with means for changing the position of the restricting means with respect to the material advancing structure.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8157142 Feed amount data setting system for tape feeder, tape feeder, mounter Apr. 17, 2012
7506434 Electronic parts mounting method Mar. 24, 2009
6902090 Tape feeder, electronic component mounting apparatus using the same, and method of feeding electronic components Jun. 7, 2005
6474527 Multiple-pitch tape feeder with multiple peel positions Nov. 5, 2002
4790469 Tape feed apparatus Dec. 13, 1988
4192442 Roll sheet dispenser Mar. 11, 1980

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