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A pendulum-mounted printing/embossing wheel is continuously driven by a printed circuit for a pancake-type motor having print symbols mounted on the circumference of the rotor.
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Drive For Pendulum Supported Print Wheel
A pendulum-mounted printing/embossing wheel is continuously driven by a
printed circuit for a pancake-type motor having print symbols mounted on the
circumference of the rotor.
A print wheel 1 with print symbols about its circumference constitutes the
rotor of a printed-circuit motor having coils 2. The wheel 1 and coils 2 are
mounted on a shaft 3 that is cantilever-supported at the lower end of a
At the appropriate time, suitable means (not shown) swings arm 4 into
printing or embossing contact with a paper sheet (not shown) to drive a selected
one of the print symbols against a platen (not shown).
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