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Core Winding Technique

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000095048D
Original Publication Date: 1965-Aug-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2005-Mar-06
Document File: 2 page(s) / 40K

Publishing Venue

IBM

Related People

Gulliksen, JT: AUTHOR

Abstract

Continuous feeding of a winding wire through a curved hollow needle provides a helical motion which lays multiple turns about a suitably positioned core. Magnetic core 1 is loosely confined in a holder 2 in position for winding. Winding wire 3 is driven by roller 4 through curved hollow needle 54 Wire 3 is formed in a continuous curve by curved needle 5, resulting in a helical configuration of wire 3 as it emerges from needle 5. Wire 3 retains its helical configuration. The entire helix rotates 4 This rotation causes the helix to feed onto magnetic core 1 in multiple turns.

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Core Winding Technique

Continuous feeding of a winding wire through a curved hollow needle provides a helical motion which lays multiple turns about a suitably positioned core. Magnetic core 1 is loosely confined in a holder 2 in position for winding. Winding wire 3 is driven by roller 4 through curved hollow needle 54 Wire 3 is formed in a continuous curve by curved needle 5, resulting in a helical configuration of wire 3 as it emerges from needle 5. Wire 3 retains its helical configuration. The entire helix rotates 4 This rotation causes the helix to feed onto magnetic core 1 in multiple turns.

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