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Nov. 9, 1937.
c._E. HOOD
2,098,243
SHOE BEATING MACHINE
Filed May -4, 193e
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Patented Nov. 9, 1937
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2,098,243
SHOE BEATING MACHINE
Charles E. Hood, >Lynn, Mass., assigner to United
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J.,
a corporation of New Jersey
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Application May 4, 1936, serial No. .irnos
In Great Britain March 6, 1936
6 Claims. (Cl. 12-51)
This invention relates to machines having difficult to smooth out the lastedV over marginal I
heated rotary members and is herein illustrated portions of the upper. To»v overcome this dini
as embodied in a machine for beating the bot
culty the present machine is provided with
toms of lasted shoes to prepare them for the means for heating the forepart pounding roll,
5 sole-laying operation.
thereby to facilitate the pounding operation. ToA
Prior to attaching soles to shoes it has been
customary to trim the lasted over portions of
the uppers and to smooth out the wrinkles there
in by beating the'shoe bottoms in order that they
may be suñìciently smooth to ñt closely to the i
soles when the latter are attached.
It is an ob
ject of the present invention to provide an im
this end the roll i8 is provided with recesses 28
in the ends thereof, the walls of which are
adapted to be engaged by >members 363 of über
or other suitable material which, during the ro
tation of the roll generate heat by friction. The `10
cooperating'recesses and friction members _are
the operation referred to effectively and at the
same time will be simple and economical in its
herein illustrated as being conical, but the use
of hemispherical or other shapes >is contem
plated. The friction members ’St `are slidably
mounted upon the shaft Il) and are arranged to
construction and operation.
be forced inwardly into frictional engagement
proved pounding machine which will perform
To this end and as shown, the invention pro
with the walls of the recesses 28. To accomplish
vides a shaft upon which is mounted a beating
roll having a recess in an end portion thereof
20 and a friction member arranged to engage the
this, the members V¿it have outwardly extending
hubs 3l secured by pins 32 to yokes 33 carried
by levers 3i pivotally mounted at 3a upon the
walls of the recess for the purpose of heating
the roll. Preferably and as illustrated, there is
provided resilient means for forcing the friction
machine frame. The outer ends of the levers 35i
member into the recess, said means being ad
25 justable to vary the pressure of the member
against the roll thereby to control the amount of
heat generated. This mechanism is advanta
geous in that it provides a comparatively simple
and inexpensive means for heating the roll.y
30
These and other features of the invention are
illustrated in the accompanying drawing, de
scribed in the following detailed specification,
and will be pointed out in the claims.
In the drawing,
Fig. 1 is a, plan View, partly in section, of a
machine embodying one form of my invention;
Fig. 2 is a detail View illustrating the opera
tion of the shank pounding roll; and
Fig. 3 is a detail view illustrating the opera
40 tion of the forepart pounding roll.
As illustrated in Fig. 1 the machine comprises
a horizontal shaft Ill mounted in bearings l2 in
a frame I4, there being a pulley I6 for driving a
shaft.
The shaft carries a forepart pounding
45 roll I8, a shank pounding roll 20, and a trim
ming wheel 22. The forepart pounding roll i8
is generally cylindrical in shape but has its pe
riphery slabbed off to form a plurality of fiat
._faces 24 which when the roll is in operation con
50 stitute pounding members. 'I‘he roll is secured
to the`shaft for rotation therewith by means of
a pin 26.
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In operating upon\the forepart of a shoe in
View of the wrinkles formed partly around the
55 toe during the lasting operatioxnit is sometimes
n
20
are normally forced away from each other by .
a spring 38 mounted upon a rod t@ the ends oi'
which lextend through openings 152 and til in
the levers. This arrangement is such that the 2
spring is operative to force yokes 33 toward each
other moving the friction members 3@ inwardly
into frictional engagement with the walls of the
recesses in the roll.
To regulate the pressure exerted by the fric
tion members against the roll and, consequently,
the amount of heat generated, there is provided
a nut ¿i6 on a screw threaded portion 48 of the
rod 40. This nut can be readily adjusted to
vary the pressure of the spring 38. The rod ét*
also carries nuts 5i! which can be adjusted along
the screw thread 4S to take up the slack between
the two ends of the levers 34.
The shank beating roll 2li is of similar con
struction to the roll i8 in that it has a plurality 40
of flat work-engaging surfaces 52. This roll,
however, is smaller in size than the roll »i8 and
ordinarily need not be provided with any means
for heating it.
The trimming roll 22 at the end of the shaft
il)k may be of any suitable construction such as
that of a type which has come into general use
and which comprises a felt roll having a sand
paper strip secured to its periphery. Such a
roll is adapted for use in removing surplus upper 50
material from the shoe prior to the beating oper
ation.
The machine is provided with a work rest 54
positioned adjacent to the roll I8 adapted to
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support Vthe shoe when the forepart is being
operated
upon.
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In the operation of the machine the lasted
shoe is presented to the trimming roll 22 to trim
oif surplus portions of the lasted over margins of
the upper and the shoe is then presented to
the forepart pounding roll I8 as illustrated in
Fig. 3 in which the shoe 56 is presented to the
underside of Ythe roll so that the faces of the
shaft for rotation Vtherewith and having a co
noidalV recess in an end thereof, a conoidal fric
tion member surrounding the shaft and mount
ed for movement longitudinally thereof, and re
silient means for forcing the conoidal member
into> frictional engagement with the wall of the
recess.l
4. A machine Yfor operating upon shoes com- -
prising a shaft, a roll secured to the shaft for
rotation therewith and having at each end there 10
of aconoidal recess extending coaxially of the
heat which is generated by the frictional en- ì shaft, fconoidal friction members mounted co
axially with the shaft and arranged for move
gagement of the memberswith the roll will fa
cilitate this operation.V After the forepart is ‘ Yment into' the recesses, VVand resilient means for
beaten out the shoe is then >presented to the,` forcing the conoidalmembers into frictional en 15
shank pounding` tool V2l) as illustrated in Fig.A 2 gagement with the Walls ofthe recesses.
5. A machine for operating upon shoes com
to smooth out the shank portion of the machine.
Having described the invention, what I claim prising arotatable shaft, a roll mounted upon
as new and desire to secure Vby Letters Patent of the shaft and4 having recesses in the ends there
of, apair of levers pivotally mounted upon the 20
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20 the United States is:
frame of themachine, >friction members carried
. Y1.*A machine for operating upon shoes com
prising a shaft, a smoothing roll secured to the by ends of the levers and mounted within the
10 roll will move inwardly across marginal por-,
tions 58 of the upperrtoY smooth them out. The
‘shaft and having a recess in one end thereof,
and means for heating the’roll comprising an
25 annular member movable longitudinallyrof the
shaft, and means for forcing-the member into
frictional engagement _withthe Wall'of the re
cess.
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2V. A machine for operating upon shoesV com
30 prising a shaft, a roll secured to the shaft and
having a recess therein surrounding the shaft,
an annular member surrounding the shaft and
mounted Yfor movement axially of the recess,
and means for forcing the member into frictional
35 engagement with the wall of the recess to heat
the roll.
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‘ 3. A machine for operating upon shoes com
prising a shaft, a beating roll secured to the
recesses, and a spring positioned between the
other ends of the levers arranged to force the
friction members into engagement with the walls 25
of the’recesses.
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6. A machine for `operating 4upon shoes com
prising a rotatable shaft, a roll mounted upon
the shaft, a pair of levers mounted upon the
frame of the machine and'having end portions A30
located atropposite ends of the roll, friction mem
-bers secured to said end portions, a spring posi
tioned between the other ends of the levers op
erative to force thefriction members into en
gagement with the ends of the roll, and means 35
for adjusting the pressure exerted by the spring.
CHARLES E. 'HOOD. `
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