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Milo W Frisbie, Mavin C Swapp: High-speed integrated circuit handler. Motorola, John A Fisher, December 5, 1978: US04128174 (27 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for the high-speed handling of integrated circuit parts. The apparatus consists essentially of two parts, a test wheel and a sort wheel. It singulates parts from a reservoir of untested parts, moves the parts to electrical contacts for test, moves the tested part out of the contacts and ...


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Mavin C Swapp, Milo W Frisbie: High speed integrated circuit handler. Motorola, Raymond J Warren, Joe E Barbee, October 11, 1988: US04776747 (16 worldwide citation)

An integrated circuit handler provides very high throughput rates and very low manual labor requirements. A sleeve handler portion provides nearly all of the sleeve handling needs of the handler, receiving periodic inputs of a plurality of sleeves, orienting and unloading the sleeves, reloading the ...


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Milo W Frisbie, Mavin C Swapp: Lift and feed mechanism for high speed integrated circuit handler. Motorola, John A Fisher, October 9, 1979: US04170290 (14 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for lifting packaged integrated circuit parts and feeding them into the input reservoir of a high-speed handler and tester. Parts slide down an input track to the bottom of a fiber-faced belt stretched around two vertically disposed rollers. The leads of the packaged parts are held in f ...


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