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This printer enables the printing of transactions or characters concurrently on both a passbook and journal paper in a banking terminal unit.
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Printer With Dual Print Stations
This printer enables the printing of transactions or characters concurrently on
both a passbook and journal paper in a banking terminal unit.
Referring to Figs. 1 and 2, a cup-shaped rotary wheel of print
head 1 and a hammer assembly 2, comprising a pair of print hammers 3
and 4, are mounted on a carriage (not shown) which is incrementally
movable along platens 5 and 6 for journal-tape and passbook printing.
The print head 1 comprises two sets of type characters mounted on
bars 7 in such a manner that the two sets are disposed symmetrically
with respect to a rotation axis of the print head 1, and are provided
with the type characters in the first set mounted opposite to those
in the second set, as shown in Fig. 1. Thus, when a selected type
character in the first set is moved to face the hammer 3 for
journal-tape printing, the same type character in the second set
faces the hammer 4 for passbook printing to assume the printing of
the same characters concurrently on a journal tape 8 and a passbook 9.
Also, the cup-shaped wheel of the print head permits the two print stations to
be close to each other, thereby providing a printer of compact construction.
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