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Kenneth V Knuth, Charles E Walton II: Apparatus for mounting electronic components on a printed circuit board. Burroughs Corporation, Mark T Starr, February 17, 1981: US04250615 (15 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for dispensing groups of integrated circuit (IC) packages in a pattern and quantity corresponding to the pattern of unpopulated IC sockets on a printed circuit board. The apparatus includes a plurality of storage racks stacked one on top of another, with each rack corresponding to one r ...


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Charles E Walton II: Tool for removing integrated circuit packages. Burroughs Corporation, Mark T Starr, Edmund M Chung, Kevin R Peterson, May 8, 1979: US04152827 (10 worldwide citation)

The tool includes a limiting block, on one side of which is affixed a first gripping arm for grasping a first underside of the IC package. A second gripping arm is engagable with the second side of the limiting block for grasping the second underside of the IC package. Positioned above the limiting ...


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Charles E Walton II: Crimping tool head. Burroughs Corporation, Mark T Starr, August 12, 1980: US04216668 (8 worldwide citation)

A crimping head for use in tools for crimping removable crimp style electrical socket contacts is disclosed. The head includes a tail crimper affixed to a frame for shaping the contact's tail section into a probe hook. A tail anvil, slidably mounted on the frame and engagable against the tail crimpe ...


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John H Drinkard Jr, Charles E Walton II: Semiautomatic twisted wire cable stripper. Burroughs Corporation, Mark T Starr, Edmund M Chung, Kevin R Peterson, August 29, 1978: US04109553 (6 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for simultaneously partially stripping the insulation from the ends of a plurality of wires in a twisted wire cable comprising a first clamp which clamps the midpoint of a length of the twisted wire cable and second and third clamps which clamp the wire ends to position them properly be ...