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Photoconductor Interleave Tack Up System

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000077600D
Original Publication Date: 1972-Aug-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2005-Feb-25
Document File: 2 page(s) / 39K

Publishing Venue

IBM

Related People

Cochran, JL: AUTHOR [+2]

Abstract

A xerographic copy drum 10 provided with an elongated photoconductor web 11, as disclosed in U. S. Patent 3,588,242, is further provided with an interleaved polyethelene web 12 that prevents sticking of adjacent layers of the photoconductor 11 in the supply roll 13. The photoconductor 11 is wound on take-up spool 14 as described in the aforementioned U. S. Patent 3,588,242. Winding of the photoconductor 11 onto the take-up spool 14 causes rotation of supply spool 13, which is controlled by a drag brake 15. A slippable transmission in the form of an 0-ring belt 16 drivingly connects the photoconductor supply spool 13 with the interleave take-up spool 17.

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Photoconductor Interleave Tack Up System

A xerographic copy drum 10 provided with an elongated photoconductor web 11, as disclosed in U. S. Patent 3,588,242, is further provided with an interleaved polyethelene web 12 that prevents sticking of adjacent layers of the photoconductor 11 in the supply roll 13. The photoconductor 11 is wound on take-up spool 14 as described in the aforementioned U. S. Patent 3,588,242. Winding of the photoconductor 11 onto the take-up spool 14 causes rotation of supply spool 13, which is controlled by a drag brake 15. A slippable transmission in the form of an 0-ring belt 16 drivingly connects the photoconductor supply spool 13 with the interleave take-up spool 17.

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