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Fig. 1 is a pictorial sketch of a portion of a key button removal tool in place for the simultaneous removal of a plurality of keytops.
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Keytop Removal Tool
Fig. 1 is a pictorial sketch of a portion of a key button removal tool in place
for the simultaneous removal of a plurality of keytops.
In Fig. 1, the remover gripping channel 1 is formed of extruded or machined
material. The gripper 1 has a channel 2 of an appropriate height and depth to
engage keytops 5 at their edge. A pivot 3 amounts the can body 4 to the gripper
channel 1. Lever handle 6 can be activated to pivot the can body 4 about pivot 3
and roller wheels 7 to raise or lower the entire gripper channel 1.
Fig. 2A illustrates a horizontal view of the tool in position without keytops,
where the channel 1 is in lower position. Fig. 2B illustrates the device with the
levers 6 actuated to raise the gripper channel 1 and remove simultaneously a
plurality of keytops 5 (not shown).
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