Browse Prior Art Database

Movable Side Shield of Reel

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000202094D
Publication Date: 2010-Dec-03
Document File: 2 page(s) / 38K

Publishing Venue

The IP.com Prior Art Database

Abstract

A mechanism to use a movable side shield solves large gap problem between carrier tape and side plate of reel for transportation and weather factors, which affects customers’ production efficiency.

This text was extracted from a PDF file.
This is the abbreviated version, containing approximately 87% of the total text.

Page 01 of 2

Movable Side Shield of Reel

 Described below is a mechanism to use a movable side shield, solve large gap problem between carrier tape and side plate of reel (as Figure 1 shows) for transportation and weather factors, which affects customers' production efficiency.

(This page contains 00 pictures or other non-text object)

Figure 1 Large Gap between Carrier Tape and Reel

 The problem today is that there is no good method to eliminate the large gap, and the invention solves the problem.

 When using these reels with side shield, once customers find larger gap occurred, they only need peel off the fixed tape, pull the movable side shield into right position and rotate the side shield at an angle, thus eliminate the large gap.

The following figures explain how movable side shield of reel works mentioned above. Figure 2 shows the side shield structure.

(This page contains 01 pictures or other non-text object)

(This page contains 03 pictures or other non-text object)

Figure 2 Side Shield Structure

Figure 3 shows how side shield installed in the reel.

(This page contains 04 pictures or other non-text object)

(This page contains 02 pictures or other non-text object)

Figure 3 Installation of Side Shield

Figure 4 shows placement method of tape and reel in box. For every reel, the side shield upward.

Raised Part

Fixed Tapes

Side Shield

Raised Part

Fixed Tape


Page 02 of 2

(This page contains 00 pictures or other non-text object)

Figure 4 Placement of Tape and Reel

Figure 5 shows...