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This tooling fixture locates two planar magnets a specific distance apart and parallel to each other, without dependence on the manufacturing tolerances of a third part to be bonded between them.
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Fixture for Bonding Magnets to Coil Shells
This tooling fixture locates two planar magnets a specific distance apart and
parallel to each other, without dependence on the manufacturing tolerances of a
third part to be bonded between them.
As an example of pertinent structure, a solenoid coil or like component is
arranged for later accepting another component within the coil and is contained
in a non-magnetic shell for subsequent mounting in apparatus wherein the coil is
subjected to a precisely predetermined magnetic field obtained from a pair of
planar magnets to be bonded to the shell.
This bonding fixture (Figs. 1 and 2) comprises two identical assemblies 10
each having a body member 12 and a cover member 14. The body member 12 is
made of aluminum or other non-magnetic material. Spacers 16 are arranged to
leave a precisely predetermined space between the members, and pins 18 and
pin holes 18' provide precise locating means. Lands 20 are arranged for precise
location of the planar magnets. The interior of the body members is modified to
leave a cavity 22 beneath the lands 20 to receive four magnets 24 (Fig. 3) for
holding the planar magnets in place during the bonding process. The planar
magnets are positioned within the lands and then spaced precisely parallel by
use of the permanent magnets 24.
The fixture is assembled in a jig 26 and held firmly by a spring-loaded arm 28
(Fig. 4). The shell or like component, shown roughly as a blank 30, is inserted