Resources Contact Us Home
Browse by: INVENTOR PATENT HOLDER PATENT NUMBER DATE
 
 
Chuck unit










Image Number 6 for United States Patent #5487580.

A chuck unit for automatically inserting a workpiece in a receiving portion, which comprises a fixed pawl, first and second movable pawls and a pusher. Both major surfaces of the workpiece are chucked by a first vertical surface of the fixed pawl and the first movable pawl, and both side edges of the workpiece are chucked by a second vertical surface of the fixed pawl being perpendicular to the first vertical surface and the second movable pawl. The pusher is vertically movable between the first vertical surface and the first movable pawl for downwardly extruding the workpiece. Since two major surfaces and two side edges of the workpiece are held by the pawls, the attitude and position of the workpiece are corrected therein. Therefore, this chuck unit is suitable for assembling a plurality of workpieces which are arranged in a thickness direction thereof in an aligned manner.








 
 
  Recently Added Patents
System and method for determining payroll related insurance premiums
Display device and projector
Communicating channel state information using predictive vector quantization
Permanent magnet axial field zeeman slower
Vehicle grille
Method and system for automatically hiding irrelevant parts of hierarchical structures in computer user interfaces
Binary-to-gray converting circuits and gray code counter including the same
  Randomly Featured Patents
Antacid compositions
1-port type surface acoustic wave device
ECM preprocessor or tracker using multi-processor modules
Device for separating and filtering particles in a flow of fluid
Control of CNC machine tools
Method for the preparation of fluoromethyl 1,1,1,3,3,3-hexafluoro-2-propyl ether
Stair chair with an adjustable glide track resistance and braking device
Cotton bale cover
Aromatherapy scent dispenser having casing with living hinge attached snap fit lid
Data processor system with instruction substitution filter for deimplementing instructions