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Third Wire Pad Molded Integrally into a Core Frame

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000092729D
Original Publication Date: 1967-Jan-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2005-Mar-05
Document File: 2 page(s) / 52K

Publishing Venue

IBM

Related People

Hardardt, AT: AUTHOR

Abstract

Two sets of welding terminals 10 and 12 can be molded into core frame 14 by first molding the first set 10 into a plastic terminal strip 16 and then placing such strip in the mold for the core frame with the second set 12.

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Third Wire Pad Molded Integrally into a Core Frame

Two sets of welding terminals 10 and 12 can be molded into core frame 14 by first molding the first set 10 into a plastic terminal strip 16 and then placing such strip in the mold for the core frame with the second set 12.

The first set of terminals 10 is held in position by selvage edges 18 in a mold used to form terminal strip 16. After molding of the latter is completed, selvage edges 18 are removed and the molded strip 16 is positioned in a mold for the core frame 14 along with the second set of terminals 12.

This second set of terminals 12 is held in position in the mold for core frame 16 by selvage edges similar to those used to hold the first group of terminals 10 in the mold on strip 16. Once the molding operation is complete the selvage edges of the second set of terminals 12 is removed.

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