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SLIDE AND FILM POSITIONER

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000023965D
Original Publication Date: 1979-Jun-30
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2004-Apr-01
Document File: 2 page(s) / 312K

Publishing Venue

Xerox Disclosure Journal

Abstract

This disclosure relates to a slide positioning mechanism mounted within a projector. The slide positioner has a base plate 10 having flanges (not shown) thereon for fixedly mounting the positioner within the projector. Base plate 10 has two slots 12 and a central opening 14 through which a slide or film may be projected.

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XEROX DISCLOSURE JOURNAL

SLIDE AND FILM POSITIONER ProposedAbraham Cherian Classification

U.S~CL 206/456 mt CL B65d 85/48

Volume 4 Number 3 May/3une 1979 315

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SLIDE AND FILM POSITIONER (Cont'd)

This disclosure relates to a slide positioning mechanism mounted within a projector. The slide positioner has a base plate 10 having flanges (not shown) thereon for fixedly mounting the positioner within the projector. Base plate 10 has two slots 12 and a central opening 14 through which a slide or film may be projected. Opening 14 may optionally be covered by a lens or a filter. A plate 16 is slidably mounted on base 10 through biased retaining means 18. Retaining means 18 are slidably engaged in slots 12 to permit relative movement between plate 16 and base
10. A slide or film holder is formed by plates 20 and 22, which are rigidly fastened together by fastening means 24. The slide holder has an opening 26 through which a slide or film may be inserted between plates 20 and 22. Plate 22 has retaining flanges 28 which are curved towards plate 20 to prevent a slide from dropping out of the holder, Plate 16 has slots 30 thereon and plate 20 is slidably attached to plate 16 through the slots 30 by biased retaining means 32. A long arm 34 and tab 36 extends from plate 20 to the outside of the projector so that the slide holder may be loaded, unloaded, and positioned relative to opening 14. Although the slide pos...