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Shown is a fixture for straightening connector pins of electronic devices, for example, the pins of a multi-layer ceramic substrate, for mounting on a support board.
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Individual Cam Operated Pin Straightener
Shown is a fixture for straightening connector pins of electronic devices, for
example, the pins of a multi-layer ceramic substrate, for mounting on a support
The fixture comprises a pair of spring arms 1 and 2 (Fig. 1) suitably secured
in a mounting block 3. The spring arms are normally biased to close a split cam
block 4A and 4B. Secured to the distal ends of the spring arms are a cooperative
pair of collars 5 and 6 which can be gapped to accommodate a connector pin
within recessed seats 7 and 8, which, in turn, can be coated with suitable soft
material to prevent damage to the pins.
The split cam block (Fig. 2) is provided with an eccentric bore in which is
mounted a cam 9 secured to an arm 10 provided at its other end with a handle
11 for rotation of the arm 10.
In operation, the cam is rotated to separate the collars 5 and 6 (Fig. 3)
sufficiently to enable insertion of a bent pin in any orientation which avoids hitting
the bent shank of the pin. The cam is further rotated to close the collars 5 and 6
on the pin, and the fixture is pulled along and off the pin, whereby it is
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