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Stencil printer having a construction for preventing ink leakage

Image Number 5 for United States Patent #5671670.

A stencil printer having a printing drum which is inked from the inside thereof. In order to prevent leaking out of ink from the perforated portion over the non-perforated stencil sheet leading end mounting portion of the stencil printing drum, in a construction wherein a printing drum cooperates with a back press roller or a transfer roller with a transverse bar portion of the printing drum is received in a transfer groove of the back press roller or the transfer roller, the outer circumferential length of the perforated portion of the printing drum and the traverse groove of the back press roller or the transfer roller and the relative rotation phase therebetween are so determined that the perforated portion is not laid one over the other with the transfer groove.

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