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May 4, 1937.
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DISTRIBUTING MECHANISM OF TYPOGRAPHICAL ,COMPOSING MACHINES
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Patented May 4, 1937
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DISTRIBUTING ‘MEoHANIsM or‘ TYPO
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GRAPHIGAL COMPOSING MACHINES
William Morris Bower, Romford, England, as
signor to Linotype and Machinery Limited,
London, England
Application December 28, 1935, Serial No. 56,436
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In Great Britain December 31, 1934
4 Claims.
1
(Cl. 199—33)
Thisinve‘ntion relates to the distributing mech—- V standard form, shown in relation to a section of
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anism of typographical composing machines such
as those known commercially under the‘ regis
tered trade mark?Linotype”, wherein circulat
a distributor bar of standard form;
ing matrices released from a magazine for com
according to the invention, appropriate to a '
position in line are, after casting from the com
main‘magazine and an auxiliary ‘magazine re
posed line, returned to the magazine by being
spectively, the sections ‘of the distributor being
traversed along a distributor bar having ribs en
gaged by teeth on the matrices.
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Figures 2 and 3 are corresponding views of
matrices and associated distributor bar sections
taken on. the‘ lines 2—-21 and 3-3 of Figure 4,
Figure 4; is a broken perspective view of por
In the distributing ‘mechanism employed in
the‘ commercial machines, 127 distributing combi
tions of the‘ ‘improved distributor bar.
nations formed with seven pairs of ribs on the dis
tributor bar and seven pairs of teeth on each ma
is one which would be normally” distributed into
The standard ‘matrix A illustrated in Figure 1
trix‘ are available. ‘ The normal text font stored
a main magazine, having a, tooth combination
15 in.the‘ma_‘in magazine consisting, of 90 matrices,
comprising only the upper and next lower pairs
of teeth of equal length, to effect the release of
the matrix when, during its travel along a dis
and the additional magazine channels usually
provided, absorb 92 of these‘combinations. One
further combination is used for sorts matrices
not stored in the magazine, so ‘that when auxil
20 iary magazines are used arranged alongside the
main magazine only 34 remaining combinations
are available for use in connection therewith.
The object of the present invention is to modify
the distributing mechanism, without any mate
2,5 rial departure from standard construction, in
order to extend the capacity of such auxiliary
or side magazines. To this end, the invention
contemplates a distributor bar having six pairs
of ribs of standard depth, the top pair‘ of ribs
30 of greater than standard depth, and matrices
tributor bar I‘ of standard form, it reaches the
section thereof at which the ?rst and second
ribs are missing, as shown in Figure 1, all of the 20
ribs of the bar being of equal depth.
Figure 2 shows a matrix B‘, also intended for
distribution into a main magazine, having a tooth
combination corresponding to that of the matrix
A, but modi?ed according to the invention by the
deepening of the recesses 2 beneath the top pair
of teeth 3, and cutting away a portion, indicated
in dotted lines in Figure 2, of the extra length
of the ?rst pair of teeth thus formed.
The matrix C, Figure 3, is formed according 30
to the invention, for distribution to an auxiliary
magazine, for which purpose the top pair of teeth
3a are of full length; in all other respects this
matrix is similar to the matrix B.
The form of the distributor bar for co-opera
having corresponding teeth of standard form and
the upper pair of teeth more deeply recessed for
co-operating with the deeper upper ribs of the
distributor bar. By the deep recessing for the
35 upper pairs of teeth of each matrix the said teeth
tion With the modi?ed matrices just described,
are formed approximately double the normal I will be best understood by reference to Figure 4,
length, and bycutting back to half length these in which 4 represents a section of the bar appro
extra length teeth onmatrices for the main priate to a main magazine and 4“ a section thereof
magazine and correspondingly cutting back to‘ appropriate to an auxiliary magazine. Through
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half depth the top pair of ribs on the section out the whole length of the bar, the six pairs of
of the distributor bar serving the main maga
lower ribs are of standard depth, but the top pairs
zine, all the combinations employing the top pair of ribs 5 are increased in- depth to an extent cor
of teeth and ribs may be duplicated and the responding to the increase in depth of the matrix
T45 matrices with the full length top teeth carried recesses 2. On the main magazine 4 of the dis 45
over to the second section of the distributor bar tributor bar the ribs 5 are cut back to half depth,
serving the auxiliary magazine, the upper ribs as'indicated at 6, at the parts where main-maga
of which will be cut backto the full depth for zine matrices ‘such as B are to be released, where
releasing the full length matrix teeth at the ap
as, on the auxiliary magazine section 4a, the said 50
50 propriate positions on the bar.‘
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The invention is hereinafter more fully de
scribed with reference to the accompanying
‘ drawing, in which :-'
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Figure 1 is a side elevation of a matrix of
' ribs are cut back to the full depth as indicated at
l, at the parts where auxiliary-magazine matrices
such as C are to be released. ,
It will now be seen that as a matrix B is
traversed along the distributor bar section 4, by
a 2
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one or other of its pairs of teeth engaging with
either the second pair of bar ribs of standard
form or with the uncut deep upper pair of ribs,
until it reaches the point indicated in Figure 2
and by the‘line 2—-2 in Figure 4, where one of
the cut-back portions 6 of the ribs 5 occurs in
the same vertical plane as a cut-back portion of
the second pair of ribs corresponding with the
standard second pair of teeth present in the tooth
10 combination. On the other hand, a matrix C
cannot be released from the bar section 4, as its
full length teeth 3‘1 will remain in engagement
with the ribs 5 at both the full-depth and half
depth portions thereof throughout the length of
15 the said section, and its release can take place
only at the correct rib combination on the auxil
iary magazine bar section 4*‘, where a full-depth
cut 1 of the upper ribs 5 occurs, as indicated in
Figure 3 and at the line 3—3 in Figure 4.
Thus, with the usual disposition of the 127
distributing combinations hereinbefore referred
to, the 45 tooth combinations employing the top
pair of teeth usually restricted to the main maga
zine may be duplicated, one set of the form of
25 the matrix B being allocated to the main maga
zine, and the other set of the form of the matrix
C being available also for the auxiliary magazine.
Further combinations embodying the top pair of
teeth normally allocated to the auxiliary maga
30 zine are retained for that magazine by giving the
top teeth the deeply recessed full-length form as
inpthe matrix C above described. The capacity
of the auxiliary magazine is thus increased by
forty-?ve matrix channels, without increasing
the number of teeth and ribs and without provid
ing special means such as heretofore proposed for
carrying matrices beyond the releasing combina
what I claim and desire to secure by Letters
Patent is:
1. In or for a typographical composing and
distributing machine, a distributor bar of the
standard seven-rib variety, said bar having a plu
rality of pairs of ribs of a given depth and one
pair of ribs of a greater depth.
2. In or for a typographical composing and
distributing machine, a distributor bar of the
standard seven-rib variety, said bar having a plu 10
rality of pairs of shallow ribs and one pair of
deep ribs, and formed with two distinct series of
corresponding matrix-releasing combinations at
respectively different parts of the bar, the com
binations of said two series di?ering only in re
spect of the depth to which the deep ribs are cut
away .
3. In or for a typographical composing and
distributing machine, a font of matrices of the
standard seven-tooth variety, said matrices hav 20
ing matrix-releasing combinations formed from
a plurality of pairs of distributing teeth and com
prising two distinct groups of matrices having
corresponding combinations, said combinations
di?ering only in respect of the length of one pair 25
of teeth.
4. In or for a typographical composing and
distributing machine, a font of matrices of the
standard seven-tooth variety, said matrices hav
ing distributing combinations formed from an
upper pair of distributing teeth and a plurality
of pairs of lower distributing teeth, and com
prising two groups of matrices having corre
sponding combinations each including the upper
pair of teeth, the combinations of the two groups
di?ering only in respect of the length of the
upper pair of teeth.
tions on the main section of the distributor bar.
Having described my invention, I declare that
WILLIAM MORRIS BOWER.
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