In this case, the case 16 is fitted in the space 12 while the printer unit is moved downward to the printing position. When recorded information is to be read from the reading medium, the user depresses the lever 59 to move the printer unit upward to the position shown in FIG. When the printer unit is set in the reader mode, the elements 30 and 71 are turned on. The user holds the housing 11 with one hand e. In the reader mode, the user continuously pushes the lever 59 to lock the printer unit in the upper position.
When the user moves the case 16 in the manner described above, the reader unit scans the medium 1 upon movement of the case The data read by the sensor 31 is transferred to the controller Upon movement of the case 16, the disk 69 is rotated to generate the timing pulses corresponding to the moving speed of the case 16 and generated from the element The timing pulses are also supplied to the controller The read data is stored in the controller 85 in synchronism with the timing pulses.
When the case 16 is moved to the limit, one scanning is completed. After information of the desired portion of the medium 1 is scanned, the case 16 is returned to the initial position. While the case 16 is returned to the initial position, the elements 30 and 71 are turned off, and no reading is performed.
When data read from the reading medium is to be printed, the user releases the finger from the lever 59 to set the printer unit in the printing position, so that the plate 78 of the case 16 is brought into contact with the plate 80 of the printer unit and that the gear 43 of the printer unit is meshed with the uppermost one of the power transmission gears of the case In the printer mode, only the element 71 is turned on.
In this case, since the printer unit is moved downward to the printing position, the head 36 is brought into contact with the medium 2 through the tape 51 when the housing 11 is placed on the medium 2.
Thereafter, the user holds the housing 11 with the left hand and the case 16 with the right hand, and moves the case 16 toward the rear end of the housing 11 in the same manner as in the reader mode.
Note that the user must not depress the lever When the case 16 is thus moved, the printer unit tracks the desired portion of the medium 2 and the element 72 generates timing pulses corresponding to the moving speed of the case When the timing pulses are supplied to the controller 85, the controller 85 supplies the storage data to the printer unit, thereby driving the printhead 36 in the printer unit. Upon movement of the case 16, the reel 52 in the printer unit is rotated, so that the ink tape 51 is fed in synchronism with printing.
As described above, the data is read out from the controller 85 and is printed on the printing medium 2 while the case 16 is being moved. Reference numeral denotes a microcomputer CPU for performing system control. In the reader mode, a sensing driver generates a drive signal for driving the element 30 and the sensor 31 in response to a control signal from the CPU The element 30 emits light onto the medium 1, and light reflected from the medium 1 is received by the sensor The sensor 31 converts a light density signal to a corresponding electrical signal.
The electrical signal is amplified by an amplifier , and the amplified signal is supplied to a comparator The comparator converts the analog signal to binary image data. The image data is stored in an image memory through the CPU The write timing is controlled in response to a position detection signal from a position detector 90 for detecting a read position in response to the timing pulses from the element In the printer mode, the image data is read out from the image memory and supplied to a printing driver 91 through the CPU The image data is printed on the medium 2 through the head The read access timing is controlled in response to a position detection signal from the position detector 90 for detecting the printing position in response to timing pulses from the element When a read region in the medium 1 is excessively wide so as to not allow a single reading cycle, or when a plurality of read regions are spaced apart from each other, reading of the medium 1 and printing of the medium 2 are alternately repeated.
When the controller 85 has a large memory capacity, all information from the desired regions is read and can be printed on the printer in this case, the read cycles are more than the printing cycles. The case 16 is moved from one end to the other end of the opening The apparatus has the reader unit for scanning a desired portion of the medium to be read and reading the recorded information upon movement of the case 16, and the printer unit arranged in the case 16 to scan the desired portion of the medium to be printed to print the read information on the medium upon movement of the case Rice University.
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Views Read Edit View history. Another advantage of electromagnetic curing is that there are no solvents to be discharged into the atmosphere. Since adhesive polymerizes completely, there is a substantial reduction in air pollution. One of the most efficient electromagnetic radiation curing systems employs a tubular quartz lamp which includes mercury and argon and produces a high temperature electric arc. As shown in FIG. Lamp 10 may be positioned near a curing surface 12 so as to project radiation thereon to effect curing.
It can be appreciated from FIG. The rays of illumination radiating from the lamp source can therefore be generally characterized as one of two types, direct rays 14 and escape rays Direct rays 14 are those rays from the lamp 10 that propagate directly onto curing surface The intensity of the direct rays at the curing surface is only affected by the distance between the curing surface and the lamp. That is, the further curing surface 12 is located from lamp 10, the less intense will be the electromagnetic radiation formed by the direct rays Escape rays 16 are those rays emitted by lamp 10 that do not directly strike curing surface It is known in the prior art to capture some of the escape rays 16 by reflecting a portion thereof onto curing surface Referring to FIG.
Not all of the escape rays 16 are reflected off of reflective surface 22, however. Unless curing surface 12 were to fully span expanse 18 formed by reflective surface 22, some of the escape rays 16 will still not strike curing surface 12, either directly or by reflection. Reflected rays 24 are those escape rays that will strike curing surface 12 after being redirected by reflective surface Evasive rays 26 are those rays that still do not strike curing surface 12 even though reflective surface 22 is employed.
The proportion of escape rays 16 that become reflected rays 24 or evasive rays 26 depends on the particular geometric configuration of reflective surface 22, the position of lamp 10 with respect to reflective surface 22, and the dimensions of curing surface For example, the arrangement shown in FIG. Were the curve of reflective surface 22 of primary reflector 20 derived from a truly elliptical arc and the lamp 10 located at one focal point for that ellipse, then the reflected rays 24 would all converge on the location of the second focal point for the progenitor ellipse.
If the lamp were positioned elsewhere along the axis L than at the focal point, the reflected rays 24 would only symmetrically converge in an area 28 about axis L, as shown in FIG. Depending on its distance from the primary reflector 20, curing surface 12 will therefore be subject to a different intensity of reflected rays The varying intensity of the reflected rays 24 is represented in FIG.
Prior art curing systems employ such a curved reflector to help capture and redirect some of the escape rays 16, back onto the curing surface 12 as reflected rays In these prior art curing systems, however, the evasive rays 26 were allowed to continue diverging away from the curing surface. One such example is shown in U. An oven for curing adhesive with UV radiation is provided. Such ceiling systems do not rust, for many years retain their original qualities and color.
Having installed ceilings of a cassette type, you do not have to carry out a thorough control of the cleanliness in the room, it is enough only to periodically carry out a wet cleaning with a cloth. Molds do not appear on the structures, they are reliably protected from the effects of high humidity, so the cassette ceilings are a success in health organizations. Waterproofness and fire safety.
The multilayer coating of the metal surface reliably protects the structure from oxidation, the negative effects of substances dissolved in the liquid and high temperatures. Due to this, excellent moisture and fire resistance. Compatibility with modern lighting devices. In addition to all the advantages, cassette-type ceilings are perfectly combined with various lighting systems and climate systems. So, the device of a cassette ceiling allows to make installation of any design illumination, and presence of a free space between a surface of a ceiling and overlapping allows to establish system of the climate control.
The only drawback of the cassette structure is the concealment of a significant amount of room space, so it is preferable to install them in rooms with high ceilings. The use of cassette-type ceilings is quite wide: office and store premises with high ceilings, entertainment centers and medical facilities, restaurants and sports complexes, private buildings and other public facilities.
And all this thanks to the aesthetics, strength and durability of the ceiling structure. Standard plate sizes for cassette ceilings are x, x and x mm with a thickness of 15 to 40 mm.
Traditionally, the plates are white, and their texture is very extensive: smooth, with points and notches, relief and geometric patterns and a rough surface. The assortment of decorative raster panels is supplemented with special moisture resistant panels, anti-impact panels and panels with antimicrobial coating.
Today, increasingly, there are special acoustic ceilings that reduce noise. Such panels specialists refer to special materials, which means their cost is slightly higher than the cost of traditional decorative materials.
So, depending on the material of production, the cassette ceilings are divided into:. Date of Patent: March 14, Control device for a machine tool and method for controlling the machine tool with evaluation module having memory storing reference signal profile.
Abstract: The invention relates to a machine controller comprising a sensor module 4 , an evaluation module 9 and a control module 5 , and the sensor module 4 has a convertor which converts a mechanical variable acting on the sensor module 4 into a proportional electric characteristic variable, and the evaluation module 9 is connected via a first signal connection 8 to the sensor module 4 and via a second signal connection 11 to the control module 5.
Furthermore, at least one of the two signal connections 8, 11 is based on a wireless design. Filed: December 19, Date of Patent: January 17, Publication date: June 2, Publication date: June 4, Justia Legal Resources. Find a Lawyer. Cassette holds 16 instruments with an accessory area. Exterior Dimensions 8" x Cassette Accessories. Cassette Replacement Parts Infinity Series.
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