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Clear and crisp "go/no-go" distinctions during gauging of a copier's photoconductor drum to magnetic brush roller gap are obtain with a ferramagnetic wire mounted crosswise on a non-magnetic long handle.
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Copier Clearance Adjustment
Clear and crisp "go/no-go" distinctions during gauging of a copier's
photoconductor drum to magnetic brush roller gap are obtain with a
ferramagnetic wire mounted crosswise on a non-magnetic long handle.
Copier clearance adjustment [*] is facilitated by using two gauges, each
carrying a length of precise-dimension diameter (music) wire, attracted to the
magnetic brush roller surface. The "go" gauge slides within the gap as the
(plastic or steel) handle pushes the ferromagnetic wire along the magnetized roll
surface. The "no-go" gauge jams in the gap. Reference [*] J.E. Biersbach, R.A.
Daniels, R.L. Fey, B.A. Nilsson and R.R. Tanner, "Copier Clearance
Adjustment," IBM Technical Disclosure Bulletin 23, 2210-2211 (November 1980).
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