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Automatic disc-changing apparatus, disc-chucking apparatus, disc apparatus and position-detecting apparatus










Image Number 10 for United States Patent #6115210.

An automatic disc-changing apparatus is for selectively transporting cartridge holders capable of accommodating a plurality of cartridges containing discs for the recording of information from a standby position to a recording and reproducing position, or from recording and reproducing position to standby position, transporting any single cartridge. This apparatus comprises cartridge holders for holding the cartridges; a holding mechanism for standby, for holding the cartridge holder in the standby position; a holding mechanism for transport, for holding the cartridge holder for transport; a transfer mechanism for moving it horizontally to the front and rear; and an elevator mechanism for raising and lowering holding mechanism for transport. This apparatus is compact, of simple configuration and convenient to use.








 
 
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