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Adjusting Mechanism for HSA

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000119208D
Original Publication Date: 1996-Mar-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2005-Apr-01
Document File: 2 page(s) / 52K

Publishing Venue

IBM

Related People

Ikarugi, K: AUTHOR [+4]

Abstract

The fitting up of head suspension by Flying Height Tester (FHT) clamp block is used for three-point supports by BOSS and two-points of the mountplate. Therefore, the parts of the clamp block needs the high precision for the coordination of the head position. Fig. 1 shows the mechanism of the clamp block.

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Adjusting Mechanism for HSA

      The fitting up of head suspension by Flying Height Tester (FHT)
clamp block is used for three-point supports by BOSS and two-points
of the mountplate.  Therefore, the parts of the clamp block needs the
high precision for the coordination of the head position.  Fig. 1
shows the mechanism of the clamp block.

      Without the high processing precision of the finger block, it
is able to coordinate the head position.  Figs. 2 through 7 show the
new mechanism as related to this invention.  The new clamp block uses
the thin plate for a finger guide as shown in Fig. 2.  The thin plate
has three holes for rotary motion.  One is for axis of rotation.  The
other is for left and right motions as shown in Fig. 3.  These holes
for left and right motions make the different position of the hole's
center.  This  distance is very little (0.1-0.2mm).  The base (clamp
block) is tipped for the screw.  By fastening with a countersunk head
screw through the plate, this plate takes rotary motion with the
axis.  Fig. 4 shows this rotary motion.  After adjustment of the head
position, this block is fastened by four screws.  Figs. 5 through 7
show the left motion, right motion and the final assembly
respectively.