.~ Including actuator to complete depression of selected key or key lever
Including actuator to complete depression of selected key or key lever:
(under subclass 359) Subject matter wherein one or more of said magnetic* motors is energized when a selected key* element or a selected key lever is pressed by the typist, the energization of the magnetic motor causing the continuance of movement of the selected type-bar* member connected to said selected key or key lever has completed movement from a rest position to a print-point* position.
(1) Note. The term "selected" is discussed in the
definitions of case-shift* and type-bar assemblage in the Glossary, section III, and the term "key lever" is defined in subclass 472 below.
(2) Note. The typewriter of this subclass may include one magnetic motor (i.e., "universal" actuator) that completes the depression of any key or key lever, or may include a magnetic motor (i.e., an individual solenoid) for each of the keys or key levers.