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The fixture shown in the figure provides a positioning system for hard disk containers so that precision alignment between disk and non-compliant pickup tools can be obtained.
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Self Positioning Disk Container
The fixture shown in the figure provides a positioning system for hard disk
containers so that precision alignment between disk and non-compliant pickup
tools can be obtained.
As a container 10 of disks is positioned, it is aligned into the proper position
by the two beveled brackets 1 and 2, forcing the container against the hardstops
3 and 4. On the rear hardstop 4 there is a switch 5 which notifies an associated
robot when the container is in the seated position.
The plate 6 on which the container rests is held off a supporting surface table
by four springs 7, and the four spring mounting blocks 8. The four springs allow
place 6 to move. This capability to move acts to precisely align the disks which
are in their containers, to the non-compliant robot tool as it moves into position to
remove the disks. When a disk is removed, the springs 7 and blocks 8 allow the
container 10 and plate 6 to return to their original positions.