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Hasler; Werner
Schoenaich, DE
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
4489650 Type belt printer with antifriction means December 25, 1984
To reduce the extremely high wear in steel belt printers, a revolving tape is arranged between the revolving steel belt and the platen.
4150619 Printer for different character densities April 24, 1979
Impact printing apparatus for recording at different character densities having an interposer unit movable between a plurality of print hammers and type chain to provide a translation function for the variable character-to-character distances required of the different character densi
4141290 Print hammer for type printers February 27, 1979
Print hammer actuating apparatus of the double lever type in which one lever is moved in response to an input force and carries a pivotally mounted second lever which provides the output force through either an "inertia" principle or "ratio" principle. The angular velocity of the fir

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