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Number: 226/64
Name: Advancing material of indeterminate length > Means to engage longitudinally spaced modifications in material > Reciprocating or oscillating claw or finger > With means to change path or extent of claw movement
Description: Device provided with means volitionally to adjust or vary either (1) the distance, or (2) the route, traversed by the prong in its orbital to-and-fro movement.










Sub-classes under this class:

Class Number Class Name Patents
226/65 Range changer 3


Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
4798649 Discrete strip taper Jan. 17, 1989
4691437 Devices for applying terminals and similar metal elements to conductors, lengths of elastic material and the like Sep. 8, 1987
4171068 Strip positioning in label printers Oct. 16, 1979
3941287 Film pull-down mechanism Mar. 2, 1976











 
 
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