Dual-functional medium shredding machine structure

CAFC
  • US 6,550,701 B1
  • Filed: 10/10/2000
  • Issued: 04/22/2003
  • Est. Priority Date: 10/10/2000
  • Status: Expired
First Claim
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1. A dual-functional medium shredding machine structure, that allows shredding of paper, optical discs, and credit cards, characterized in comprising:

  • a machine body being provided with a power switch on a surface thereof and roller blades therein, the roller blades being driven by a gearbox;

    two inports on an upper lid thereof, the inports including a paper inport with an opening of a larger dimension and inclined, curved channel walls, and a disc inport with an opening of a smaller dimension and vertical channel walls, the inports being each led to the shredding roller blades such that, regardless of the type of substance being fed by a user, the paper or the disc can all be shredded by the shredding roller blades through the intermeshing of roller blades;

    a paper touch switch being provided at an appropriate location between the paper inport and the roller blades; and

    a disc touch switch being provided at an appropriate location between the paper inport and the roller blades;

    whereby the roller blades are activated by the touch switches when paper, discs, or credit cards are fed and touch the touch switches so as to activate the roller blades to perform intermeshing and shredding task.

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