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JP5200137B2
JP5200137B2 JP2011101493A JP2011101493A JP5200137B2 JP 5200137 B2 JP5200137 B2 JP 5200137B2 JP 2011101493 A JP2011101493 A JP 2011101493A JP 2011101493 A JP2011101493 A JP 2011101493A JP 5200137 B2 JP5200137 B2 JP 5200137B2
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イーエムテー インテグラール メディツィンテヒニーク アクチエンゲゼルシャフトIMT Integral Medizintechnik AG
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  The invention relates to a striking tool of the type described in the superordinate concept of claim 1, in particular to a striking tool used in a surgical procedure.

  A hitting tool or hitting device of this type is described in EP 617926. The striking tool or striking device includes a drive unit and a tool holder. The drive unit is adapted to generate a vibration force in the direction of the axis of the tool or device on the tool holder.

  The striking tool is used, for example, to actuate a bone file or a surgical tool. In addition, an impact tool is used to drive a bone marrow or spinal nail or implant. Herein, the various implant members are simply referred to as instruments or tools.

  The vibrations or vibrations created by the drive will cause a strong mechanical load on the tool holder, and therefore the tool holder must be configured to withstand the forces generated. Furthermore, it is also important that the impact tool or the vibration tool is configured so that axial forces can be transmitted to the tool as linearly as possible and without twisting.

  When using a tool or device to drive a bone marrow nail or implant member, often a wire or wire or thin rod-shaped component is first driven into the bone to be operated on. The bone marrow nail is then inserted, in which case the wire is guided through the axial opening of the bone marrow nail. That is, in this case, the wire is used as a guide for the bone marrow nail. The wire is guided out of the marrow nail on the proximal side and around the driving tool. After the implant member is driven, the wire is pulled out.

European Patent Application No. 617926

  The object of the present invention is to improve the impact tool of the type mentioned at the outset and to transfer the force from the drive to the tool holder as efficiently as possible.

  The object is solved by the configuration of the impact tool according to claim 1. In the structure of this invention of Claim 1, the drive part is couple | bonded with the tool holder through one connection part. The coupling part has a first component part and a second component part, in which case the first component part is arranged in the drive part and the second component part is arranged in the tool holder, Alternatively, the first component is disposed on the tool holder and the second component is disposed on the drive. The first component is tapered towards the outside, i.e. in the direction of the axis of the impact tool, towards the second component, whereas the second component is towards the outside, i.e. the axis. Extending towards the first component in the direction of and mounted on the first component, i.e. placed on it, in which case the second component is pulled by an axial pulling force, i.e. It is spread by the first component by crimping onto the first component. In order to create an axial pulling force, a pulling member is provided for coupling both components together. Such a configuration allows for a free seating (joining) between both components and thus ensures a good force transmission to the tool holder.

  In the impact tool according to the invention, it is advantageous to have a consistent length extending through the tool holder and the drive in the direction of the impact tool axis (longitudinal axis or longitudinal axis) from the front side of the impact tool to the rear side of the impact tool. Directional holes (axial holes or longitudinal holes) are provided, so that the impact tool is particularly suitable for driving bone marrow nails or implant members. The longitudinal bore is suitable for guiding the wire or wire or thin rod-shaped component for guiding the implant member through the striking tool, thereby handling the wire or wire or thin rod-shaped component. Is easier because it eliminates the need to guide a wire or wire or thin rod-shaped component around the percussion tool. In the specification, “front side” means the side of the tool held in the tool holder, that is, means the front in the direction of impact, and “rear side” means the side opposite to the tool of the device, that is, in the direction of impact. Means backwards.

  In order to provide an easily usable striking tool, according to another configuration of the invention, a tool holder is provided with a through-opening and a seat arranged in said through-opening for the non-rotatable reception of the tool. Part (receiving part or fitting part), and the seat part has a receiving surface extending in a direction perpendicular to the axis, and the receiving surface is symmetrical about the through opening. Or at an equal angular interval and provided with at least four protrusions protruding forward from the receiving surface, and a space for receiving the shoulder portion of the tool is formed between the protrusions. By providing at least four protrusions, the protrusions define a total of at least four recesses suitable for receiving the tool shoulder between the protrusions. This allows the tool to be mounted on the tool holder in at least four different total positions.

  In order to provide a quiet working tool, according to another configuration of the invention, the tool holder comprises an intermediate member made of light metal, a front closing member made of steel (end member or connecting member) and a rear made of steel. It has a side closure. By using a light metal intermediate member, the weight of the tool holder is reduced. Noise generation is also reduced. In order to transmit the force backwards, i.e. towards the drive, or forwards, i.e. towards the tool, both closure members are made of steel, since the light alloy is the end of the tool holder. This is because it cannot withstand the load generated or the load.

It is sectional drawing along the longitudinal direction axis line (vertical line) of the whole impacting device. It is a top view of a tool holder and a drive member. It is sectional drawing along the AA line of FIG. It is sectional drawing along the BB line of FIG. It is sectional drawing along CC line of FIG. FIG. 3 is a cross-sectional view taken along line DD in FIG. 2. It is a disassembled perspective view of a tool holder and a drive member. It is the perspective view seen from the front side of the closing member of the front side of a tool holder. It is sectional drawing along the BB line of FIG. 2 of the intermediate member of a tool holder. It is the perspective view seen from the rear side of the closure member of the rear side of a tool holder. It is the perspective view seen from the front side of the drive member.

  FIG. 1 shows an advantageous embodiment of an impact tool according to the invention. The striking tool has a casing 1, and the casing (housing) has a grip 2. A drive unit 3 is accommodated in the casing 1. The drive unit (drive unit) includes a piston 4, which is movably disposed in the cylinder 5, that is, is slidably received in the cylinder chamber 6 of the cylinder. By operating the compressed air valve 7, compressed air is supplied via the pipe line 8 to cause the piston 4 to oscillate along the longitudinal axis (longitudinal axis) A of the impact tool. Such a drive is known to those skilled in the art. The present invention is not directed to the configuration of the drive unit, and details of the drive unit are described in European Patent Publication No. 617926. Instead of the pneumatic driving unit, a hydraulic or electromagnetic driving unit may be used.

  A peripheral wall 10 of the casing 1 surrounds the cylinder chamber 6, a back wall (end wall) 11 is screwed to one end (rear end) of the peripheral wall, and the other end (front end). ) And a cover (cap) 12 is screwed together.

  A hollow chamber 15 is provided in the piston 4, and a diameter enlarged portion 16 of a drive member (drive element) 17 is inserted into the hollow chamber, that is, received. The enlarged diameter portion 16 is fixed to the rod 18 of the drive member 17. The rod 18 is guided by a seal 20 of a screw-in closure 19 fitted in the front end of the hollow chamber 15.

  The rod 18 is transferred to a guide portion (guide block) 9 of the drive member 17 at the front end of the rod, that is, is connected, and the guide portion of the front cover 12 is slidable in the direction of the longitudinal axis A. It is guided in the hollow part (chamber) 20. The movement of the drive member 7 in the direction of the longitudinal axis (axial direction) is defined by a stationary stopper 21 that is engaged in the groove of the guide portion 9, that is, enters.

  The driving member 17 is coupled to a tool holder 25 at a front end portion via a connecting portion 24, and the tool holder is used for attaching a tool. Since the tool holder 25 is provided with the connecting portion 24, the tool holder 25 can be replaced without disassembling the impact tool. The function of the device corresponds to the function of the device described in EP 617926. The oscillating motion (reciprocating motion) of the piston 4 causes the oscillating motion in the axial direction to occur in the enlarged diameter portion 16 and thus forms a striking force. That is, the front end surface 16a and the rear end surface 16b of the diameter enlarged portion 16 are alternately loaded, and thereby the drive member 17 is reciprocated (vibrated). The vibration motion (vibration motion force) is transmitted from the drive member 17 to the tool holder 25, and from there to the tool mounted in the tool holder.

  Next, each component of the impact tool will be described in detail. The structures of the tool holder 25 and the drive member 17 are shown in FIGS. The tool holder 25 has three main parts: an intermediate member 30 made of light metal, a front closing member 31 made of steel and a rear closing member 32 made of steel. The intermediate member 30 is mainly made of at least one of aluminum, magnesium, and titanium. In this case, aluminum is advantageous in terms of cost.

  The front closing member 31 provided at the front end of the tool holder 25 forms a seat 34 for receiving the tool 35 in a relatively non-rotatable manner, and the tool 35 is shown in FIGS. Specifically, the last part is shown. The tool holder 25 has an opening 36 extending in the axial direction from the seat portion 34 to the inside of the tool holder, and the opening receives a rod-shaped (handle-like) portion 37 on the rear side of the tool 35. It is used for.

  In particular, as clearly shown in FIG. 7, the rod-shaped part 37 of the tool transitions to a wide tool section 38 at the front end, i.e. is connected to a wide tool section, where the wide tool section is a rod. A shoulder portion 39 projecting laterally from the shaped portion 37 is formed. The shoulder portion 39 is received by the seat portion 34 so as not to be relatively rotatable when the tool 35 is attached.

  The structure of the seat 34 is shown in greater detail in FIG. As shown in the drawing, the seat 34 has a receiving surface 40 extending perpendicular to the axis A, which receives the striking force from the tool holder 25 to the rear end face of the shoulder 39. To communicate.

  The receiving surface 40 is provided with at least four protrusions 42 extending forward in the direction of the axis A from the receiving surface, and the protrusions are arranged symmetrically with respect to the opening 36. Four recessed portions 43 are formed between the protrusions 4 in the same symmetrical embodiment, and the recessed portions receive the shoulder 39 of the tool 35 so as not to be relatively rotatable. .

  In the embodiment shown in FIG. 8 with four protrusions 42, the four recesses 43 form two grooves perpendicular to the axis A and perpendicular to each other. The portions 36 intersect each other. The tool 35 is mounted at four different positions (angular positions) in the groove formed by the recessed portion. The spacing B between adjacent protrusions 42 is preferably about 10.05 mm ± 0.02 mm, which corresponds to the width of the shoulder of a standard tool used in the surgical field.

  As is clear from FIG. 3 in particular, the rod-shaped portion (shank) 37 of the tool 35 extends through the opening 36 into the intermediate member 30. Therefore, the rod-shaped portion is held immobile by the holding mechanism 50, that is, locked. For this purpose, the holding mechanism 50 includes a holding member 52 disposed in a chamber (hollow part) 51 of the intermediate member 30. The holding member 52 is moved in the chamber 51 against the force of the conical spring 53 in a direction perpendicular to the longitudinal axis A (see FIG. 2). For this purpose, the chamber 51 is open to the outside on one side (first side), that is, opened to the outside, and the spring 53 is supported on the other side (second side) of the chamber 51. It has been. The holding mechanism 50 or the holding member 52 is received using a pin 54 so as not to be pushed out by the force of the spring 53, that is, locked (secured or held). The pin 54 is disposed in a blind hole (bag hole) 55 of the intermediate member 30 and is loaded by a spring 56. The blind hole 55 opens in the separation surface between the intermediate member 30 and the front closure member 31, so that the pin 54 received in the blind hole 55 connects the intermediate member 30 and the front closure member 31. When they are separated from each other, they are taken out from the blind hole 55. As is clear from FIG. 6 in particular, the pin 54 is in contact with the protruding portion 57 of the holding member 52 and receives the holding member 52 against the force of the spring 53.

  The chamber 51 has another (second) opening 58 in the region of the spring 53, which facilitates cleaning of the chamber. The holding member 52 has an opening 60 (see FIG. 6) in the center, and an edge 61 of the opening engages with a groove 62 (see FIG. 7) of the rod-shaped portion 37 of the tool 35. The tool is held (locked). In order to release the tool, the holding member 52 is simply pushed into the chamber 51 against the force of the spring 53.

  A thin steel sleeve 63 is disposed in the chamber 51 between the holding mechanism 50 or holding member 52 and the central member 30, and the steel sleeve acts on the intermediate member 30 made of light metal from the holding member 52. The force is distributed to avoid damage to the intermediate member.

  The intermediate member 30 and the front closing member (closing portion) 31 are coupled to each other by using three screws 70 as shown in FIGS. 3, 4, and 7. The screw 70 is disposed in the oblique hole 71 of the intermediate member.

  In order to prevent loosening of the screw 70 during operation of the device (tool), a fixing member 73 made of, for example, plastic is provided. The fixing member 73 is disposed in the recessed portion 74 (FIG. 7) of the front closing member 31, and the recessed portion is adjacent to the hole for screwing the screw 70, that is, is connected to the hole in the radial direction. It is provided as follows. The recessed portion 74 slightly protrudes from the recessed portion in the axial direction when the fixing member 73 is in a relaxed state (uncompressed state), and is deformed by the intermediate member 30 when the screw is screwed, In other words, the fixing member is slightly longer than the depth of the recessed portion.

  In order to fix the rear closure member 32 to the intermediate member 30, two screws 75 are provided as shown in FIGS. Each head of the screw is received in a recess 76 (receptor or countersink for the screw head) on the back 76 (FIG. 10) of the rear closure member 32, respectively, as follows: In other words, the head of the screw 75 is partly covered and held by the front end of the assembled drive member 17, so that loosening of the device during operation is reliably prevented. .

  The connection (joint or joint) 24 between the tool holder 25 and the drive member 17 includes a first component and a second component that engage each other, as described above. The first component is arranged at the rear end of the tool holder 25 in the illustrated embodiment, and toward the rear of the rear closure member 32, as shown in FIGS. It is formed by a tapered convex fitting portion (a collar portion) 80. In the illustrated embodiment, the second component portion is formed as a concave fitting portion 81 by a front end portion of the driving member 17 as shown in FIGS. 7 and 11. The rider 81 is adapted to the shape of the convex fitting part (saddle) 80 and is fitted over the convex fitting part 80. The concave fitting portion 81 is provided with two connecting pins 82, which are engaged with the holes 83 (FIG. 10) of the rear closing member 32, that is, enter the holes 83, thereby both Forming a joint portion of a shape engagement type (a joint portion with a binding due to a shape, a fitting joint portion) that is incapable of relative movement (relative movement is impossible) in the longitudinal direction of the convex fitting portion between the constituent parts of Yes. That is, the connecting portion 24 can transmit force by shape engagement in relation to the rotational movement about the vertical axis A of the tool and the movement movement in the direction perpendicular to the vertical axis A, that is, constrained by the shape, that is, fitting A coupling part (connecting part) capable of transmitting a force is formed on the basis of the restraint by.

  In order to attach the tool holder 25 to the drive member 17, a tension member formed as a connecting screw 85 is provided. The head of the connecting screw (connecting bolt) is received in a recess 86 (FIG. 3) on the rear wall of the chamber 51, and the screw shaft of the connecting screw penetrates the connecting portion 24 and the axis of the drive member 17. Is engaged in the directional hole. As a result, the connecting screw (tensile member) fastens the tool holder 25 to the drive member 17. In this case, the concave fitting portion 81 is slightly expanded on the convex fitting portion 80 so that a stable coupling without play is generated.

  As shown in FIGS. 5 and 7, the connecting screw 85 is held by two fixing members (lock members) formed as fixing pins 87. The fixing pin is inserted into a pin hole (FIGS. 5, 7, and 10) 88 of the rear side closing member 32, and passes through each notch 89 on the side of the head of the connecting screw 85, respectively. In other words, the connecting screws are prevented from turning by engaging with the respective notches.

  The fixing pin 87 is held in the pin hole 88 by a spherical pin locking member 90. Each pin locking member 90 is received in each locking hole extending from the front surface of the rear closing member 32. Each locking hole intersects with each pin hole 88 and is tapered to form a seat for each pin locking member 90. One spring 92 (FIG. 7) is disposed in each locking hole, and the spring presses the pin locking member 90 toward the seat of the pin locking member. In order to remove the pin locking member 90, the locking hole extends with a reduced diameter to an opening 93 (FIG. 10) at the rear end face of the rear closing member 32, and a push rod is inserted into the opening. When inserted, the pin locking member 90 is pushed forward from the pin hole 88 against the force of the spring 92.

  The drive member 17 is formed as an integral structure and extends from the tool holder 25 into the drive unit 3 to ensure reliable force transmission without twisting.

  As previously mentioned, a longitudinal hole (longitudinal hole) extending from the front side of the impact tool (battering device) to the rear side of the impact tool is used for guiding the guide wire through the impact tool. It is advantageous.

  The longitudinal holes start from a through opening 36 leading to the end face of the front closure member, and the front opening 100 (FIG. 7) of the steel sleeve 63, the central opening 60 of the holding member 52, the steel sleeve. 63 extends through the rear opening 101, the longitudinal hole 102 (FIG. 3) of the connecting screw 85, and the longitudinal hole 103 of the drive member 17 (FIG. 3). From there, the longitudinal hole extends through the hollow chamber 15 (FIG. 1) of the fixie. An opening 104 is provided in the piston 4 on the rear side of the hollow chamber 15, and the opening communicates with a pipe member 105 provided on the back surface on the rear side of the piston 4 and extending rearward from the piston. The tube member is slidably guided through the seal 106 into the back wall. In other words, the longitudinal holes are the through opening 36 of the front closing member, the front opening 100 of the steel sleeve 63, the central opening 60 of the holding member 52, and the rear opening of the steel sleeve 63. 101, the longitudinal hole 102 of the connecting screw 85, the longitudinal hole 103 of the drive member 17, the hollow chamber 15 of the piston 4, the opening 104 on the rear side of the hollow chamber 15, and the tube member 105. Yes.

  In order not to impair the function of the compressed air system of the drive unit 3, the inside of the longitudinal hole is sealed (sealed). For this purpose, a seal 20 is provided in addition to a seal 106 that blocks or isolates the cylinder chamber 6 from the outside. The seal seals the hollow chamber 15 and the longitudinal hole with respect to the cylinder chamber 6. ing.

  The present invention is not limited to the above-described embodiments, but can be variously implemented in various embodiments described in the claims and various structures conceivable to those skilled in the art.

  DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Casing, 2 Grip, 3 Drive part, 4 Piston, 5 Cylinder, 6 Cylinder chamber, 7 Compressed air valve, 8 Pipe line, 9 Guide part, 10 Perimeter wall, 11 Back wall, 12 Cover, 15 Hollow chamber, 16 Diameter expansion Part, 17 drive member, 18 rod, 19 screwed closure, 24 connecting part, 25 tool holder, 30 intermediate member, 31, 32 closure member, 34 seat part, 35 tool, 36 opening part, 37 part, 39 shoulder part , 40 receiving surface, 42 protrusion, 43 recessed portion, 50 holding mechanism, 51 chamber, 52 holding member, 53 spring, 54 pin, 55 blind hole, 56 spring, 60 opening, 63 steel sleeve, 70 screw, 71 hole, 73 fixing member, 74 recessed portion, 75 screw, 76 recessed portion, 80 Convex fitting part, 82 connecting pin, 83 hole, 85 connecting screw, 86 recessed part, 87 fixing pin, 88 pin hole, 90 pin locking member, 93 opening part, 100, 101 opening part, 102, 103 longitudinal hole

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  1. The impact engineering tools,
    Drive unit and (3),
    Driving member coupled to the drive unit (3) and (17),
    Comprising a, a tool holder (25) coupled to said drive member (17) have been disposed in front of the driving unit (3),
    The drive unit (3) is of a type formed so as to generate a vibration motion in the direction of the axis (A) of the impact tool on the tool holder (25) via the drive member (17).
    Said drive member (17) is coupled to the tool holder (25) via a connecting portion (24), the connecting portion (24), a first component of the tapering outwardly (80) When, a second component (81) and mounted on said component and has spread outward, the second component (81), by a tension force in the axial direction of the hammer tool Mounted on the first component (80) and spread by the first component ;
    Wherein for coupling between said both components of between the tool holder (25) and said drive member (17), and Ri Oh provided an axial tensile force tensioning member for the formation of (85),
    The tool holder (25) has a through-opening (36) and a seat disposed in the through-opening (36) for receiving the tool in a relatively non-rotatable manner,
    The seat for receiving the non-rotatable tool has a receiving surface (40) extending in a direction perpendicular to the axis (A), and the through-opening (36) is formed on the receiving surface. ) At least four protrusions (42) arranged symmetrically with respect to the receiving surface and projecting forward from the receiving surface, and forming a space for receiving the shoulder portion of the tool between the protrusions. A striking tool characterized by that.
  2. The connection portion (24) is formed as a connecting portion having a shape engaging expression that prevents rotation of the axis of the impact tool (A) is the center, the first component (80) is saddle-shaped projections The striking tool according to claim 1, comprising:
  3. Said tension member (85) is claim wherein is formed by connecting screw extending through the connecting portion (24) (85), the longitudinal bore (102) extends through the coupling screw (85) The impact tool according to 1 or 2 .
  4. The connecting screw (85) is locked in a form-engagement manner with respect to rotation by at least one fixing pin (87) , and the fixing pin (87) is connected to the rear closing member (32). ) pin hole (88) is inserted into the, adapted to be held by at least one pin engaging member (90), said pin engaging member (90), the closure member of said rear ( 32) is inserted into the locking hole (93) in of includes locking member held against the spring force, engagement Tometai, the pin hole against the spring force (88) 4. The striking tool according to claim 3, wherein the striking tool is pushed out from the top.
  5. The connection portion (24) includes at least one connecting pin (82), the connecting pin extends from the axis the drive member parallel to the (A) (17) to the closure member (32) in The impact tool according to any one of claims 1 to 4.
  6. Said drive member (17), the impact tool according to any one of claims 1 to 5 which extends monolithically from the coupling section (24) to the drive unit (3) within.
  7. The impact tool, the tool holder (25) and said drive unit in the direction of the axis of the impact tool from the front side of the impact tool in order to fit insert rod-like component to the rear side of the impact tool (A) ( 7. A striking tool according to any one of claims 1 to 6 having a longitudinal longitudinal bore extending through 3).
  8. Said tool holder (25) has a through opening for receipt of one tool end portion (36), said longitudinal bore, claim 7 which is connected to the through-opening (36) The hitting tool described in 1.
  9. Said tool holder (25) is connected to the driving unit (3) through said drive member (17), said longitudinal bore, claim 7 extending through said drive member (17) Or the impact tool of 8.
  10. The driving unit (3) has a drivable piston (4) for the oscillating movement, wherein the longitudinal bore may be any one of claims 7 extending through the piston 9 The hitting tool described in 1.
  11. Said drive member (17) has enlarged-diameter portion (16),該径enlarged portion is disposed within the hollow chamber of the piston (4) (15), said longitudinal bore, The piston ( 4 ) extends through the hollow chamber (15) of the piston ( 4 ) and a hole (104) provided on the rear side of the hollow chamber (15) , and the hollow chamber (15) 11. The impact tool according to claim 9, wherein the impact tool is sealed by a seal (20) with respect to the cylinder chamber (6) in which it is disposed.
  12. Said piston (4) is provided with a tubular member (105) extending rearwardly from the piston, the longitudinal bore extends through said tube member (105), said tube member (105), 12. The striking tool according to claim 11, wherein the striking tool extends slidably through the back wall (11) of the striking tool via a seal (106).
  13. The striking tool according to any one of claims 1 to 12, wherein the spacing between adjacent protrusions (42) is about 10.05 mm.
  14. 14. The tool holder (25) according to any of claims 1 to 13 , comprising an intermediate member (30) made of light metal, a front closure member (31) made of steel and a rear closure member (32) made of steel. The impact tool according to claim 1.
  15. The striking tool according to claim 14 , wherein the intermediate member (30) is mainly made of at least one of aluminum, magnesium and titanium.
  16. 16. The striking device according to claim 14 or 15 , wherein the front closure member (31) has a seat for receiving the tool in a relatively non-rotatable manner.
  17. The intermediate member (30) includes a holding mechanism (50) for holding a tool inserted into the intermediate member (30) through a through opening (3 6 ), and the holding mechanism (50 ) And the intermediate member (30), a steel sleeve (63) is disposed, and the holding mechanism (50) is movable in a direction perpendicular to the axis and against a spring force. The striking tool according to any one of claims 14 to 16 , comprising a member (52).
  18. The holding mechanism (50) is disposed in the intermediate member (30) and / or the holding mechanism (50) is held by a pin (54) so as not to be pushed out by a spring force, pin, said is adapted to be disposed in the intermediate member (30) of the blind hole (55) in the blind hole (55), said intermediate member (30) and the front side of the closure member (31) 18. The opening according to claim 17 , wherein the pin (54) is received in the blind hole (55) when the front closure member (31) is assembled. Blow tool.
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