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This concept relates to a unique way for securing the end portion of a film onto the hub of a reel. The concept pro~ vides an anchoring device which can be utilized with con- Volume 1 ~urnber 1 January 1976
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This concept relates to a unique way for securing the end portion of a film onto the hub of a reel. The concept pro~ vides an anchoring device which can be utilized with con-
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FILM ANCHORING DEVICE (Contd)
ventional reels and film, without requiring any modification of the reel or the film.
Typically, if the end of a strip of film is merely inserted within a slot located on the hub of a reel, the film can easily fall out, Alternatively, if a mechanical device is used for holding the end portion of the film onto the reel, the film eventually brakes with fatigue and flexing. It has been found that these problems can be avoided by securing a polyester tape 2, that includes an adhesive 7 on one side thereof, to the end portion of a film 1 and around a pin 3, preferably made of plastic, leaving a gap 6 between the pin 3 and the end of the film 1, as clearly shown in Figure 1 and 2. The polyester tape 2 is preferably secured to both faces of the film 1, as shown in Figures 1 and 3. It is preferred to use a polyester tape having a width slightly less than the width of the film so as to prevent excess friction when the reel is in use.
In operational use, pin 3 is inserted within the slot typi- cally located on the hub 5 of a standar...