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Number: 226/65
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 > Range changer
Description: Device wherein said means changes the route traversed by the prong without varying the distance traversed.

Sub-classes under this class:

Class Number Class Name Patents
226/66 To stop material movement 1

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7926689 Adjustable clip advance Apr. 19, 2011
4257328 Strip label printer Mar. 24, 1981
4176776 Film-transport mechanism for motion-picture projectors, and the like Dec. 4, 1979

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