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One design of the linear device bank (LDB) container comprises two cove parts 1 and 2 and one body 3. Each cover, top and bottom, slides into and over the body. See Figs. 1 and 2.
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Linear Device Bank Design With Minimum Cover to Body Sliding Force
One design of the linear device bank (LDB) container comprises two cove
parts 1 and 2 and one body 3. Each cover, top and bottom, slides into and over
the body. See Figs. 1 and 2.
Because of the non-symmetrical cross-section of the covers, their fabrication
often results in a warped condition. See Fig. 3.
When such warped covers are mated to the body, significant and variable
friction forces result.
The solution proposed here modifies this cover design so as to make the
covers flat and therefore significantly lowers these frictional forces and their
variability. The solution is shown in Fig. 4, which involves slotting the cover ribs
4 and 5 with cuts 6. The cover becomes much flatter and flexible.
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