Dynamic magnetic information storage or retrieval – Record transport with head stationary during transducing – Drum record
360104, 360 9702, G11B 555, G11B 548, G11B 3314
In a magnetic disk memory drive, inertia in the magnetic head positioning system is reduced by providing a light weight, integrated, magnetic head suspension assembly fabricated of weldable thin sheet material and shaped to provide the required magnetic head flexibility, mobility and spring loading, while affording structural rigidity and dimensional stability in the disk memory drive environment. Unwanted magnetic head displacements are additionally minimizing by employing materials in the magnetic head suspension assembly, including the actuator, the arm and the load beam or flexure, having the same, or nearly the same, thermal expansion coefficients.
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Foote Wayne E.
Mui Paul K.
Sleger Roger R.
Oberheim E. F.
Renner Craig A.
Wolff John H.
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