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The figure illustrates a suspension design for the location of a load dimple with respect to a slider in a hard file head/suspension assembly. The design provides for the attainment of tight tolerances.
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Inverted Dimple Suspension Design
The figure illustrates a suspension design for the location of a load dimple
with respect to a slider in a hard file head/suspension assembly. The design
provides for the attainment of tight tolerances.
Normally the suspension load dimple is placed in the suspension flexure, and
that flexure is then welded to the load beam portion of the suspension. Since
either the load beam or a mount plate attached to the opposite end of the load
beam from the flexure is used to locate the suspension during slider bonding, the
locational tolerance of the flexure to load beam weld is included in the
misalignment between the load dimple and the slider air bearing surface (ABS).
However, the figure shows, in this design, that a load dimple 4 is moved from
a flexure 1 to a load beam 3. As an additional aid to achieving tight tolerances,
V-notched tooling holes 2 are used in load beam 3.
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