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This invention relates to a stator design permitting the use of a liquid adhesive to bond the stator to the stator housing.
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Stator Design With Barrier for Use of Adhesives to Secure Stators
This invention relates to a stator design permitting the use of a liquid
adhesive to bond the stator to the stator housing.
Referring to the Figure, a print hammer block assembly 1 comprises a stator
2 and a slider 3. The stator 2 is received in a pair of slots, 4, defined by the
stator 2 and a stator frame 6. The slots 4 are wide enough so that the stator 2
can be adjusted within the slots to optimize the position of the stator 2 relative to
the slider 3.
When the stator is in the optimum position, the stator is bonded in place
using a liquid adhesive 7 injected into the slots 4. Because the adhesive 7 must
be prevented from reaching and binding any moving parts, such as the slider 3,
yet must still be flexible enough to permit adjustment of the stator position, a
barrier 8, such as low density foam rubber, is placed in the slots 4 to prevent
such an occurrence.
Thus, a liquid adhesive can be used to secure a stator eliminating the need
for clamps or spacers while preventing the adhesive from binding any moving