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Number: 234/22
Name: Selective cutting (e.g., punching) > With means to impose randomly actuated control of auxiliary-operation
Description: Device provided with means for initiating, modifying, or terminating the functional effect of some portion of the device other than or in addition to the tool selecting mechanism, per se; such control-imposing means acting in response to a signal or impulse which cannot be predicted to occur during any particular one of a number of recurring cycles of operation (either of the machine as a whole, of a tool, or of any part of the machine which has a cyclic law of operation).

Sub-classes under this class:

Class Number Class Name Patents
234/25 Embodying means to detect indicium in work or pattern 0
234/23 Embodying means to detect order of occurrence of input data 0
234/30 Stopping means 0

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued

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