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Oct. 13; 1936.
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TICKET PRINTING DEVICE
_ Filed July 25, 1934
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Patented Oct. 13, 1936
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UNITED STATES
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' TICKET PRINTING- DEVICE
Charles Daniel Joyaux; Paris, ‘France
Application July 25; 19s4,[seria1No._7s6,962
In France August 1, 1933
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4 Claims. (o1. ‘101569)
The present invention relatesv to a portable
apparatus for printing tickets or receipts usable
in all transport services as also in' shops, exhibi
tions, public offices and so on.
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An object of the present invention is to pro
or resilient material and which forms the print
ing platen,
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vThis platen, hammer or type arm 38 oscil
latesabout an axis 40 carried by the two sides
or cheeks 34 and 35.
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vide a portable or stationary device for im
_ In the mortice 3'0 of the carriage 3| is se
printing upon tickets, cards, and the like, the
cured a’ pin 4| acting on the fork 31 at each
movement of. the carriage.
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imprinting consisting of information such, as is
desirable in passenger conveying service 'or’it
10 may be used for cancelling tickets, passes and
the like.
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‘ Finally the rear extremity of the carriage is
provided with two pivots 42_ on which articulate 10
two connecting rods 43 ‘pivoting aboutran axis
Another object is to provide a device that will
operate in any position and under all conditions.
It is not necessary to give the device special care
or consideration when being used and it is there
fore well adapted to the hard service of trans
46 ‘carried by the sides or cheeks. These rods
are connected, by means of the pins 41, to small
connecting rods 48 articulated on two pins 49
secured on a cradle 50 carrying the printing 15
block 5| represented in dot and dash lines in the
portation service.
drawings.
Another object is to provide means by which
the subject matter to be imprinted is changeable
by the user. The device therefore may be used
on the sides or cheeks 34 and 35 by means of a
for various services and is not limited to any one
piece 509.
special subject matter.
Return springs 53 act on the cradle 50 and
constantly return the device to its position of
Another object is to provide a device which
will operate with tickets, cards and the like which
25 are of varying thickness, without the necessity of
adjustment.
Another object is to provide a device which
is proof against fraudulent usage. The device
is to be proof against use except by a given
30 operator.
Different other particularities will be put in
evidence in the course of the following descrip
tion relating to the drawing appended and in
which:
Fig. 1 is a front view of the printing device;
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Fig. 2 shows the device in its rest-position,
in section according to lines l0_l9 of Fig. 1, and
Fig. 3 shows the device in the same section, in
its position of impression.
The present invention consists of a printing
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device into which cards or the like are pre
sented on a small carriage, this carriage is guided
between two axes 32 and 33 (Figs. 1 and 2)
connecting two sides or cheeks 34 and 35 forming
a small conduit 3| 3. in which is introduced the
ticket to be obliterated or cancelled.
A bead 3|b allows for comfortable position of
a ?nger which in pushing the carriage causes it
to slide between the two axes 32 and 33.
Said carriage carries an inking roller 36 or an
inking ribbon serving the same purpose.
The rear part of the carriage is provided with
a mortice 3|c in which engages a fork 3'! ter
minating a semicircular arm 38 the other end
of which forms a jaw to receive a lining 39 of soft
The cradle 50 consists of two- arms articulated
pin 52 and connected together by a cross
rest.
The printing block has circular wheels en
graved and of known type operated by knobs 25
54, 55, 56 and so on and ensuring the printing.
of all the service indications.
At rest the inking roller 36 is not in contact
with the wheels 5| and any rotation of these is
possible without affecting the said roller. '
By pushing the carriage, the arm 38 is driven
until it strikes the ticket through an aperture 3 Id
provided in the carriage. But simultaneously
the inking roller 36 will have inked the wheels,
the cradle 58 displaced by the rods 43 and 48
will have brought the wheels beneath the win
dow 3 is level with the hammer 39 and the ticket
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will be printed (Fig. 3).
This printing could have been effected by the
operator without the ticket having left his ?ngers
and without manipulating the lever, handle, crank
or other similar means.
Modi?cations in shape and detail can be in
corporated in the apparatus hereinbefore de 45
scribed by way of example which is in no way
limitative.
What I claim, is:
1. A portable printing apparatus comprising a
pair of cheeks, inking means, disks having type
mounted on the periphery thereof, a carriage car
rying said inking means, rollers connecting said
cheeks together and arranged to have said car
riage guided therebetween, rocker arms pivoted at
one end of said cheeks and at their other end sup 55
2.
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into operative position upon the inward movement
oted at one end of said cheeks and at their other
end supporting said disks, lever arms connecting
said carriage with said rocker arms for moving
of said carriage and a pivoted platen arm actu
ated by said carriage for strongly forcing a
ticket carried by said carriage against said print
ing disks.
said disks into operative position upon the in
ward movement of said carriage, a pivoted platen
arm actuated by said carriage for strongly forc
ing a ticket carried by said carriage against said
2. A portable printing apparatus comprising a
pair of checks, inking means, disks having type
printing disks, and a soft resilient material
mounted upon said platen arm for absorbing
the force of said platen arm striking the ticket 10
porting said disks, lever arms connecting said car
riage with said rocker arms for moving said disks
mounted on the periphery thereof, a carriage
carrying said inking means, rollers connecting
said cheeks together and arranged to have said
carriage guided therebetween, rocker arms piv
oted at one end of said cheeks andv at their other
15 end supporting said disks, elastic means connect
ing said rocker arms with said cheeks for auto
matically returning the mechanism of the ap
paratus to its inoperative position and allowing
a smooth operation to said mechanism, lever arms
20 connecting said carriage with said rocker arms
for moving said disks into operative position
upon the inward movement of said carriage and a
pivoted platen arm actuated by said carriage for
strongly forcing a ticket carried by said carriage
against said disks.
4. A portable printing apparatus comprising a
pair of checks, inking means, disks having type
mounted on the periphery thereof, knobs mounted
exteriorly of said cheeks and connected to said’ 15
disks for controlling the position of the type
upon said disks, said knobs having ?gures similar
to the type upon said disks for showing the posi
tion of said type, a carriage carrying said inking
means, rollers connecting said cheeks together 20
and arranged to have said carriage guided there
between, rocker arms pivoted at one end of said
mounted on the periphery thereof, a carriage
cheeks and at their other end supporting said
disks, lever arms connecting said carriage with
said rocker arms for moving said disks into op 25
erative position upon the inward movement of
said carriage and a pivoted platen arm actuated
by said carriage for strongly forcing a ticket car
carrying said inking means, rollers connecting
ried by said carriage against said printing disks.
against said printing disks.
3. A portable printing apparatus comprising a
pair of checks, inking means, disks having type
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30 said cheeks together and arranged to have said
carriage guided therebetween, rocker arms piv
CHARLES DANIEL J OYAUX.
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