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This is a simple and positive attachment for I/O pin chucking in pin bond strength tests in dense pin arrays.
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Positive Grip Quick Release Chuck
This is a simple and positive attachment for I/O pin chucking in pin bond
strength tests in dense pin arrays.
The chuck operates on a two inclined plane and two pivot point principle by
which the inclined planes open or close two jaws. Two inclined slots 1 and 2 in
the jaws 3 and 4 in conjunction with pin 5 and pivots 6 and 7 provide the jaw-
closing and -opening action.
Pin 5 is retained in place by body 9, and pivots 6 and 7 are press fit in body
The inclined slots 1 and 2 are arranged so that the push movement of the
yoke 8 or body 9 will open jaws 3 and 4. The pull movement will close jaws 3
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