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Shock Mount System for File Products

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000061158D
Original Publication Date: 1986-May-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2005-Mar-09
Document File: 1 page(s) / 11K

Publishing Venue

IBM

Related People

Misso, NF: AUTHOR [+3]

Abstract

The assembly shown provides for the shock mounting of the functional part of a data storage disk file from the associ mounting frame. The base casting 1 of the function part is inserted through the shock mounts 4 and through the printed circuit board 5. The shock mounts are retained in slots in the frame 2 which attaches to the using apparatus by the tapped holes 6 which are arranged in a pattern. The tabs 3 on base casting 1 are deformed to complete the attachment. This type of attachment enables automated assembly of the file. The motor 10 is manufactured with a printed circuit board on the base and connect pins 7 attached to the printed circuit. The tabs 9 from the base casting 1 are inserted through holes in the motor base, holes in the insulator 8 and holes in the printed circuit board.

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Shock Mount System for File Products

The assembly shown provides for the shock mounting of the functional part of a data storage disk file from the associ mounting frame. The base casting 1 of the function part is inserted through the shock mounts 4 and through the printed circuit board 5. The shock mounts are retained in slots in the frame 2 which attaches to the using apparatus by the tapped holes 6 which are arranged in a pattern. The tabs 3 on base casting 1 are deformed to complete the attachment. This type of attachment enables automated assembly of the file. The motor 10 is manufactured with a printed circuit board on the base and connect pins 7 attached to the printed circuit. The tabs 9 from the base casting 1 are inserted through holes in the motor base, holes in the insulator 8 and holes in the printed circuit board. The tabs 9 are then deformed to complete the attachment.

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