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Latchless Pneumatic Impact

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000099326D
Original Publication Date: 1990-Jan-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2005-Mar-14
Document File: 4 page(s) / 128K

Publishing Venue

IBM

Related People

Pierson, MV: AUTHOR [+2]

Abstract

Copper pins that are used as electrical connectors ceramic substrates are commonly secured to the substrate means of swaging the pins so that they cannot fall out of be removed from the substrate. The unswaged pin and pin with head and bulge that secure the pins are in Fig. 1, in the before and after configurations, An impact actuator assembly forms the heads bulges when a piston actuates downward to swage the Such pistons are often designed with latches which susceptible to some braking caused by piston cocking the piston travels downward. Pins and substrates can be damaged when the latches misfire. A piston with an release mechanism eliminates these problems in the manner.

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Latchless Pneumatic Impact

       Copper pins that are used as electrical connectors ceramic
substrates are commonly secured to the substrate means of swaging the
pins so that they cannot fall out of be removed from the substrate.
The unswaged pin and pin with head and bulge that secure the pins are
in Fig. 1, in the before and after configurations,  An impact
actuator assembly forms the heads bulges when a piston actuates
downward to swage the  Such pistons are often designed with latches
which susceptible to some braking caused by piston cocking the piston
travels downward.  Pins and substrates can be damaged when the
latches misfire.  A piston with an release mechanism eliminates these
problems in the manner.

      As shown in Fig. 2, a piston 1 during a normal impact begins in
the upper position.  Copper pins 2 are upward, pushing the block
interposer 3 upwards to intimate contact with all the pins.  A valve
4, shown Fig. 3 , a top view of the assembly, is fired which the
downward acceleration of the piston 1 (Fig. which strikes the
interposer and deforms the pins.  The is then de-energized, and the
piston returns.

      The pneumatic system (Fig. 4) used to power the piston two
chambers which are separated by the piston.  The chamber 5 is set to
the desired pressure for impact the precision regulator R1.  An
accumulator A1 stores a of regulated pressure in close proximity to
the upper to enhance volume delivery to the piston, when

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