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Method of making feed wheel










Image Number 10 for United States Patent #4597152.

There is disclosed a hand-held labeler with a thermographic print head for printing on labels releasably secured to a carrier web, a delaminator for delaminating printed labels, an applicator for applying printed labels, a web feeding mechanism including an electric motor for advancing the carrier web, a detachable handle containing a source of electrical energy, and circuitry including a plurality of printed circuit boards electrically connecting the electrical energy source, the keyboard and the print head.There is also disclosed a process of making a feed wheel for the labeler which includes molding a hub having external axial grooves, molding feed rings having external tooth and internal projections which are cooperable with the grooves in the hub in only one rotational position, and sliding the rings onto the hub.








 
 
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