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Spooling Adapter

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000093709D
Original Publication Date: 1966-Jan-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2005-Mar-06
Document File: 2 page(s) / 55K

Publishing Venue

IBM

Related People

Purcell, JH: AUTHOR

Abstract

This winding device comprises two mandrels 10 and 12 fastened to a common shaft 14. Mandrels 10 and 12 are constructed of a resilient material such as rubber. Cores 16 and 18 are slipped over the mandrels by turning the cores clockwise as they are forced over the mandrels. Webbed material 20 and 22 is wound upon cores 16 and 18 by turning shaft 14 clockwise. The shape of the mandrels is such that they tend to tighten-up on cores 16 and 18 as shaft 14 is turned. Should tension on one web be greater than the other web some slippage of one core with respect to the other core occurs to equalize the forces. Cores 16 and 18 are removed by turning them clockwise while sliding them off.

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Spooling Adapter

This winding device comprises two mandrels 10 and 12 fastened to a common shaft 14. Mandrels 10 and 12 are constructed of a resilient material such as rubber. Cores 16 and 18 are slipped over the mandrels by turning the cores clockwise as they are forced over the mandrels. Webbed material 20 and 22 is wound upon cores 16 and 18 by turning shaft 14 clockwise. The shape of the mandrels is such that they tend to tighten-up on cores 16 and 18 as shaft 14 is turned. Should tension on one web be greater than the other web some slippage of one core with respect to the other core occurs to equalize the forces. Cores 16 and 18 are removed by turning them clockwise while sliding them off.

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