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Tropical shorts—On the  inside  waistband  of shorts,  right  side,  in  line  with  the  outside  leg seam.    Socks—Socks   are   NOT   marked;   instead, marks  should  be  put  on  a  piece  of  sheeting  and then placed inside a standard 10-inch by 15-inch laundry  net  used  for  washing  socks.  The  socks should be untied and loose in the net. A separate net should be used for each individual. Undershirts—On the inside, 1 inch to the left of the label. RIBBON-TYPE LAUNDRY MARKING MACHINES Shipboard laundries use a ribbon-type laundry marking  machine  to  mark  all  clothing  (fig.  5-8). The  ribbon-type  machine  uses  a  lever  principle for   setting   the   mark.   The   lever   is   attached directly   to   the   type   wheels,   each   of   which contains all numerals and complete alphabet. The procedure for Figure 5-8.-Laundryman using the laundry marking machine. marking  laundry  is  the  same  on  most  types  of marking machines: 1. Put the item to be marked underneath the tension  plate  and  over  the  platen.  The  tension plate holds the item in place so the laundry mark can be placed exactly where you want it. 2. Raise the printing lever forward with both hands to bring the item to be marked into contact with the type. Use a steady push on the lever for best results. 3. Check the mark for clarity. If it is not clear, repeat the process. Operating Ribbon-Type Machines Some things to remember when you are operating a Ribbonrite marking machine are as follows: 1.  Keep  the  printer  arm  down  when  you  set the  type  handles.  This  will  prevent  wrinkling  of the ribbon. 2.  Use  both  hands  to  operate  the  machine. Use  a  complete  stroke  and  make  quick,  sharp contact with the article being marked. 3. Unfold shirt collars before you mark them. Care and Maintenance of Laundry Marking Machines A  certain  amount  of  care  and  maintenance must  be  given  to  laundry  marking  machines  to keep  them  in  good  working  order  and  to  extend their  usefulness.  Keep  all  parts  of  the  marking machine  clean,  type  faces  in  particular.  Proceed as follows: 1. Bring the type levers to the full FORWARD position. 2.  Depress  the  clip  on  the  back  of  the  cover (bottom) and unlock it in front. 3.  Raise  the  index  handles  to  bring  the  type into the most accessible position and clean it with the wire brush provided by the manufacturer for this purpose. Another way to clean the type assembly is to remove  the  assembly  by  first  removing  the  pin inserted   through   the   shaft   channels   over   the shaft  and  disengaging  the  spring  lock.  After  the assembly is removed, clean it with a steam gun. When  parts  of  the  machine  become   worn, they should  be  replaced  with  new  ones.  Keep a    supply    of    the    most  used    repair  parts  on hand.  A 5-12

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