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This pin straightener overflexes bent pins so that they relax into their proper position.
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Portable Pin Alignment Tool
This pin straightener overflexes bent pins so that they relax into their proper
The straightener consists of three members. A wobble plate 10 containing
conical holes 12, a reference plate 16 and a cam 18. The wobble plate is placed
on the capped module 22, and the reference plate 18 is then put in place, being
precisely located by module alignment pins. The cam 18 is then inserted into the
hole in the reference plate with the eccentric end 24 of the cam in an opening in
the wobble plate 10. With rotation of the cam, the eccentric end 24 flexes all
module pins 20 in an orbit that bends all properly aligned pins to their elastic limit
so they are not bent. Any misaligned pins are bent and therefore relax in their
properly aligned position.
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