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Oct. 27, 1936.
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SHOE SOLE CEMENTING APPARATUS
Filed March 2, 1954
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SHOE SOLE CEMENTING APPARATUS
Filed March 2, 1934
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Patented Oct. 27, .1936
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SHOE SOLE CEMENTING APPARATUS _
‘ ' Herman Haselier, Gar?eld, N. .L, assignor to
Barge Electric Shoe Cement Press, Inc., Brook
lyn, N. Y., a corporation of New York
Application March 2, 1934, Serial No. 713,706
11 Claims. (Cl. 12-33)
‘ cementing soles and half soles to shoe bodies,
1 to 5, consists of a hollow base l5, preferably an
aluminum casting and generally an elongated
either in their original construction or for re
rectangle in pro?le, the frontend being bowed
This invention relates to apparatus used in
outwardly and the rear end concave, as seen in
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Stated in ‘general terms, the object of the in .Figure 1, the base having a chamber IS in its 5 ‘
vention is to provide a universal apparatus that upper side and recesses l'l-l‘l’ in its bottom,
placement and repairs.
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can be used effectively on various types and ‘styles
of shoes without change or substitution of parts
and which is yielding ?exible and self conform
10 ing ‘to the shape of the bottom of the shoe .to be
soled, irrespective of the curves, humps, depression
7 and uneven surfaces it may have.
A further feature is in the provision of means
to facilitate setting of the cement, thereby to
15 increase the output of the apparatus fully ?fty
bodying means to exert an-adjustable spring
pressure on the sole, gradually applied and re
leased, and capable- of‘being locked when in
operation, preventing displacement of the parts
These and other important objects, which will
appear as the description continues, are accom
plished by the novel and practical construction
and combination of parts hereinafter described
and illustrated in the accompanying drawings,
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Figure 1 is a top plan view of a unitary em
bodimentwof the invention, showing its applica
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A ?exible diaphragm or blanket 24, such as a
sheet of rubber, and an overlying cover 25 of 20
thin leather, is secured over the chamber I6 by
metallic strips 26 formed with beads 21 to press
the blanket and its cover into the groove 22, when
thereby effectually sealing the ?uid chamber I6
and its contents against evaporation and leakage,
even when under a very considerable pressure.
In the recess H, in the underside of the base [5,
(see Figures 4 and 5)-is an electric heating coil 30 30
having connections 3| leading to a thermostat
in the recess H’ by which thetemperature is
30 constituting a material component of this dis
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?ange 20 and perpendicular front end wall 2|,
both of which preferably have in the center of
the strips are drawn towards the ?ange 20 and
face wall 2| by a plurality of clamp bolts 28, 25
and possible injury to the operator.
tion.
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The upper edge of the chamber wall is generally 10
curved in conformity with the shape of the sole
of -a shoe and isformed with an outstanding
removable closure plug 23, for ?lling the cham
ber IS.
performed in a particularly rapid, sure and'simple
manner on one or more shoes at a time.
7 Another purpose is to produce a device em
closure, and in which:—
front and rear to rest upon a level supporting
- surface.
their width a continuous longitudinal groove 22. 15
A ?uid passage near one end is provided with a
per cent above normal, while its operation ,is
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below which extend integral feet l8-l9 at the‘
' controlled in. the usual well known manner, and
provided with connections to any convenient
source of current; the coil- is held by an aluminum 35
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Figure 2 vis a side elevational view thereof.
' Figure 3 is a front elevational view of the same. . plate 33 fastened to the base l5 by screws 34.
- Figure 4 is a longitudinal sectional view of the The plate 33 is insulated from the electric heat
lower part of the apparatus drawn to an enlarged ing coil 30 by a sheet 32 of material such as as
scale.
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Figure 5 is a transverse sectional view taken
on line 5—-5 of Figure 4.
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Figure 6 is a fragmentary side view showing a
modi?ed form of pressure clamp engaging means.
Figure 7 is a transverse sectional view taken on
45 line 1-1 of Figure 6.
Figure Sis a partial sectional view, similar to
Figure 4, but showing a. modi?ed form of sole
cushion adapted to women’s shoes ‘having high
bestos while a second sheet 35 of insulating ma-,
terial is arranged between the plate 33 and a‘ 40
cover plate, 36 which encloses the heating unit
within the recesses I1 and I11 and is fastened to
the base l5 by screws 31.
It is to be noted that heat from the coil is trans
mitted directly to the bottom of the chamber i6, 45
(see Figures 4 and 5) and communicated to the
?uid therein, thus causing rapid heating in a
substantially
occurring.
heels.
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Figure 9 is a rear elevatlonal view showing the
apparatus as‘ arranged for dual operation.
Figure 10 is an end elevational view of the
apparatus as adapted for a plurality of shoes
simultaneously undergoing soling operations.
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direct manner, a very little
loss
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-The simple form of the device shown in Figures
A pair of opposed lugs 40 extend upwardly from 50
the rear ends of the strips 26 carrying a bolt ill
by which is hingeclly engaged the downreaching
end of an in?exible arm “extending forwardly
at the center of the apparatus over the base.
The rear portion of the pivoted arm 42 is lat- 55
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erally enlarged to produce an enclosed-housing
43 in which, pivoted on a screw bolt 44, is a hand
The electrical connections 8 i from each unit are
brought to a common center and provided with
lever 45, its forward, main portion being of con
siderable length for convenience of vmanipula-
dividual control is obtainable.
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a manually operable commutator I02 so that in
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In operation, after the shoe has been placed
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The rear of the lever 45 is shaped to produce a
web 46, (see Figures 1 and 2,) integrally formed
‘ with a toothed sector 41, operatively engaging the
teeth of a plunger rack 48, slidable perpendicular
10 ly in the housing 43, at the rear end of the
arm 42.
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The plunger 48 has on its rear side opposite vthe
rack teeth, a plurality of ratchet teeth 50 engage
able with the upper end of a detent bar. 5| freely
upon the ?uid supported diaphragm, with the sole
to be cemented to it, the arm is swung down—
wardly to engage. the cros piece with the for
ward part of the shoe, the last X being previously
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positioned in the shoe.
The screw studs may be adjusted to different
positions by reason of the selective openings in
the web of the arm, whereupon the bight of the
yoke is placed in ‘the saddle and the hand lever
is pivoted at 52 in the housing 43 and normally. actuated to raise the plunger, tensioning the
hanging pendant to engage the ratchet teeth by
gravity, thus holding the plunger when it is
raised.
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On top of the plunger is a saddle 54 over which
20 is disposed the central portion of a wire yoke
springs.
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detent automatically engaging one of the teeth
of the ratchet retains the lever in its adjusted
position; the lever may be further locked by the 20
55, its downwardly extending, divergent arms be pin in an obvious manner.
The pressure on the shoe is released by slightly
ing formed into eyes 56 engaging the upper ends
’ of a pair of strong helically coiled tension springs depressing the lever, to permit withdrawal of
51, connected at their lower ends to eye bolts .58 the locking pin, and the detent moved by hand
from engagement with the ratchet teeth, allow
25 set in the forward portions of the strips 26..‘
From the foregoing it will be understood that ing the lever to rise and free the shoe.
As changes of construction could be made ‘with
when the pressure on the lever 45 is depressed,
forcing the arm 42 downwardly towards the base, v in the scope of the invention, it is intended that
the plunger is raised and held in adjustment by all matter contained in' the foregoingdescrip
tion or‘ shown in the accompanying drawings 30
30 the detent 5|.
In order to more thoroughly lock the plunger
when raised, a bolt 60, secured by a chain’6l to
shall be interpreted as illustrative and not in a
limiting sense.
cidental displacementof the lever.
, 1. A shoe sole cementing apparatus comprising
a base, ani arm hingedly connected therewith and
having a housing at its free end, a plunger slid
Having thus described the invention, what is
a ball 62, ?xed in the head of the lever pivot 44,
may be passedythrough any of the openings 63 in -' claimed asnew’ and desired to secure by Letters
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35 the sector web 46, thus positively preventing ac
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In the reduced web portion of the arm 42, ad
jacent its lower edge, are two series of openings
_65, 66, respectively at the rear and front, and en
40 gageable selectively in the rear row is a pin 61,
passing through a fork 68 adjustable along the
arm and having a block 69 at its lower end suited
to adjustably receive a screw stud 16 engageable
in an opening in the upper, rear¢portion of a
45 shoe last X.
able in said housing provided with a saddle, a '
yoke engaged on said saddle, springs connecting
said yoke and base, and a lever pivoted in said
housing to actuate said ‘plunger thereby to ten;
sion said springs and cause pressure to bear upon
a shoe on said base while cementing a sole
thereto.
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2. A shoe sole cementing apparatus comprising
Similarly, another pin 1| passes through a like
fork 12 to engage in any'of the openings 66, the a base having a cushion to receive a shoe, an arm
fork having a block 13 adjustably receiving a’ hinged to said base and having a housing, a
screw stud 14 engaging the hub 15 of a ?exible plunger slidable in said housing, springs con
50 pad 16 adapted to seat on the forward part of a _ necting said plunger and base, a lever pivoted in 50
said housing, means associated with said lever to
shoe in which the last X is contained.
In the modi?ed form, shown in Figures 6 and raise said plunger thereby to tension said springs,
automatic means for retaining said plunger when
'I, the web of the arm 42 is formed with undula
tions 18 in its lower edge and parallel therewith raised, and means carried by said arm to trans
mit the effect of the tensioned springs to a shoe 55
55. are opposed ridges 19 adapted to guide and sup
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port movable forks 88 suited to engage the web on said cushion.
3. A shoe sole cementing apparatus comprising ’
and ridges in a manner to permit ready adjust
ment, these forks being provided with pins 8| to a base having a cushion to receive a shoe, an ‘arm
hinged to said base and having a housing, a
engage selectively in the notches of the undula
60 tions 18; in other respectsthe arrangement is the plunger slidable in said housing, a yoke on said 60
same .as previously described and obviously for plunger, a pair of tension springs connecting the
the same purpose of adjustment in conformity to ends of said yoke and opposite sides of said base,
rack teeth on said plunger, a lever pivoted in
the size of the shoe being operated upon.
In Figure 9 the ‘same ‘general features appear, said‘ housing and having a toothed sector in en
gagement with the teeth of said plunger, means 65
65 the main difference being that the base is adapt
ed to support a pair of the single independently to positively lock said sector when under the
stress of said springs, and adjustable contacts
' operable devices heretofore described, the base
having two upper chambers and lower recesses on said arm to press upon a shoe at different
for the heating means, so that they can operate
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Figure 10_ shows the devices of Figure 9 arranged
on a triangular frame I80 mounted for rotation
upon a stand llil, thus economizing in space to
a far greater extent than is possible with six sep
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points in its length when disposed on \said
cushion.
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4. A shoe sole cementing apparatus comprising
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a base having a cushion'to‘receive'a shoe, an arm
hinged-to said base and having a housing, a pair
of springs attached to said base, a tension plunger
in said housing having rack teeth, a lever pivoted 75
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in said housing having a toothed sector engaging
said plunger, a yoke connecting said springs to
shoe and last, means including a member re
said plunger, ratchet teeth on said plunger op
means to tension the spring pressure means to
ciprocable relatively to the pressure distributing
posite the rack teeth, a gravity operated pawl to
engage said ratchet teeth, means for positively
apply pressure to the shoe through the pressure
distributing means, and means for reciprocating
locking said sector when stressed, and a pair of ‘ said member.
pressure blocks carried by said arm each respec
8. A shoe sole attaching apparatus comprising
tively adjustable to press against a shoe on said
a. base, spring means for exerting pressure on
cushion at selected points along its length.
' a shoe and last positioned on the base, means‘
5. A shoe sole cementing apparatus comprising fordistributing the pressure over the length of 10
a hollow base, a ?exible ?uid-supported dia
the shoe and last, means including a member re
phragm in said base, an arm hinged to extend ciprocable relatively to the pressure distributing
longitudinally over said base, a hand lever piv _ means to tension the spring pressure means to
oted in the outer portion of said arm, said lever apply pressure to the shoe through the pressure
15 having a toothed sector, an upright housing on
distributing means, means for reciprocating said
said arm, a“ plunger guided in said housing and member, and means for holding said reciprocable
actuated by said sector, ratchet teeth on the op
member in di?erent positions to maintain the
posite side of» said plunger, a detent to engage spring pressure means under different degrees
the' ratchet. teeth, vmeans to lock said lever of tension, as desired.
9. A shoe sole attaching apparatus comprising
'20 against movement, a saddle on said plunger, ad
justable front and rear shoe contacts carried by a base, spring means for exerting pressure on a
said arm, a pair of springs attached in opposed shoe positioned on the base, means for distribut
relation to said base, and a connection between ing the pressure over the- length of the shoe,
said springs seated in said saddle whereby to means including a member reciprocable relative
ly to the pressure distributing means to tension
25 resiliently press said arm downwardly upon op
eration of said lev'er.
the spring pressure means to apply pressure to
6. A shoe sole cementing apparatus comprising the shoe through the pressure distributing means,
a chambered base having a ?uid supported and means carried by the pressure distributing
cushion, an arm hinged at one end of said base means for reciprocating said member.
10. A shoe sole attaching apparatus comprising
30 to swing over said cushion, a block adjustably
carried by said arm and having a cushioned cross
a base, spring means for exerting pressure on a
piece adjustable with relation to the front part i shoe positioned on the base, means for distribut
of a shoe, a second block adjustably carried by
said arm to adjustably engage a last within the
shoe, a housing on the free end of said arm, a
plunger operable therein, said plunger having
rack teeth on one sidev and ratchet teeth on the
other, a yoke carried by said plunger, springs con
necting the ends 01 said yoke to opposite sides
40 of said base, a lever pivoted in said housing and
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ing the pressure over the length of the ‘shoe,
means including a member mounted in the pres
sure distributing means and reciprocable rela 35
tively thereto for tensioning the spring pressure
means to apply pressure to the shoe through the
pressure distributing means, and means carried
by the pressure distributing means for recipro
cating said member;
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having a sector provided with teeth to engage
11. A shoe sole attaching apparatus comprisl 40
the rack teeth of said plunger, said sector having ‘ ing a base, spring means for exerting pressure
openings in its web portion, a gravity operable on a shoe positioned on the base, an arm pivoted
detent to engage the ratchet teeth of said plunger at one endthereof to the base and overlying the
as it is raised, and a locking pinata engage the base for, distributing pressure over the length of
openings in said sector web.
the shoe, a plunger mounted in the arm and re
7. A shoe sole attaching apparatus comprising
a base, spring means for exerting pressure on a
shoe and last positioned on the base, means for
50 distributing the pressure over the length of the
ciprocable relatively thereto for tensioning the
spring pressure'means, and a lever pivoted to
the arm for actuating said plunger.
HERMAN HASELIER.
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