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Jan. 11, 1938.
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2,105,116
APPARATUS FOR SECURING METALLIC HEEL FASTENERS TO SHOES
Filed Oct. 5, 1936
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H. GORDON ET AL
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APPARATUS FOR SECURING METALLIC HEEL FASTENERS TO SHOES
Filed Oct. 5, 1936
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Patented Jan. 11, 1938
2,105,116
UNITED STATES‘ PATENT OFFICE
APPARATUS
FOR SECURING
METALLIC’
HEEL FASTENERS TO SHOES
Hiram Gordon and Albert C. Rogge, Columbus,
vOhio, assignors to Lock-0n Heel Company,
Chicago, 111., a corporation of Illinois
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r ' Application October 5, 1936, Serial No, 104,004 .
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'5 Claims.
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This invention relates to apparatus for secur
of forcing the prongs of the fastening plate
ing metallic heel fasteners to the heel- seat areas _ through the insole and outsole, there is a tend
of shoes. In the manufacture of women's shoes ency for such prongs to bend or ?ex in an unde
particularly, the ordinary method of nailing wood . sired manner so that the desired penetration of
5,L heels to the soles‘ and uppers of said shoes is .the prongs through the shoe soles and the proper
open to the objection that the heels are not se~
' ' curelyr fastened in connection with the heel seats
provided therefor, are apt to become loosened or
to be entirely'dislodged when the. shoes are worn
m; and, again, costly manufacturing operations are
involved in the preparation of the heel seats for
the reception of the heels and in the proper nail
ing of the heels in their operative positions.
To avoid or minimize these di?iculties, we have
v1,5; disclosed in our prior co-pending application, Se
rial No. 81,476 ?led May 23, 1936, an improved
heel fastener comprising a metallic plate formed
with perpendicular prongs which are adapted to
be forced through the outsole and insole of a
positioning thereof in fastened relationship with
the shoe soles is not obtained with desired cer
tainty. Particularly is'this true if the prongs
should encounter, while being forced through the
soles, nails or, other foreign objects which would 10,
tend to de?ect the prongs from their desired
course of travel.
It is, therefore, a primary object of the present
invention to provide an improved pressing head.
or ram by which the prongs of metallic heel
fastening plates of the character set forth are
positively guided and supported during the oper
ation of penetrating the shoe soles so that de?ec
tion of the prongs from theirintended courses
201 shoe and permanently clinched in engagement of travel is positively precluded.
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therewith so that the heel plate will become a
It is another object of the invention to pro
unitary and ?xed part of a shoe structure, the ' vide the reciprocatory head or ram of the heel
body of the plate being provided with a plural
plate attaching press with a plurality of piercing
ity of spaced downwardly projecting cars which - spurs or tines which are disposed in registration
25 are received within spaced slots provided in the
body of the heel proper, a fastening pin being
forced through the heel horizontally and trans
versely thereof from its breast face so that the
pin will penetrate the ears of the, fastening plate
30 and permanently lock the heel body in connec
tion therewith.
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with the prongs of a heel fastening plate detach 25
ably carried by‘ the head or ram, the spurs or
tines being so‘ disposed as to penetrate the leather
of the outsole and insole ahead of the prongs
in order to puncture the ‘soles orproduce open
ings therein through which the prongs may read 30
ily pass without undue bending or de?ection from
By this construction, the use of ordinary nails» their normal courses, the ram spurs or tines being
in the fastening of the heel body is dispensed
with and after the fastening plate has been se
35 cured to the shoe, a ?nished-heel seat is pro-v
duced which will readily receive the wood heel
foreign objects are encountered, the spurs or 35
tines will‘ tend to force the same aside and out
body, enabling the latter to closely conform with
of the path of the following plate prongs.
theexterior curvature and lines of a shoe and
when fastened, will entirely conceal the fasten
40 ing plate from exterior View.
The apparatus employed in the attaching of
the metallic fastening plate to the shoe has been.
disclosed in our prior application, Serial No. 81,
478 filed May 23, 1936, in which application there
45 is set forth a, press provided with a recipro
catory head in which the metallic fastening
plates are detachably mounted, the arrangement
being such that when the head is reciprocated
toward an inverted lasted shoe, arranged on a
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of relatively sturdy construction, as compared
with the plate prongs, so that if nails or other’ ‘
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A further object of the invention resides in
the provision of a press head or ram for the
purposes set forth comprising two members in 40
terengaged for limited relative sliding movement ,
and having resilient means interposed therebe
tween, one of said members being provided with
the sole penetrating spurs or tines while the
other of said members being constructed to de 45
tachably receive the heel fastening plates, where—
by provision is made for guiding the supporting
prongs of the fastening plates during the entire
operation of fastening such plates to the heel
supporting anvil, the prongs of the fastening receiving regions of shoes.
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plate carried by the head ‘will be driven through
For a further understanding of the invention,
both the insole and outsole of the shoe and reference is'to be had to the following description
clinched into permanent contact therewith. In and the acompanying drawings, wherein:
the operation of this press, it has been observed , Fig. l is a view in front elevation of a heel
55. that in certain instances during the operation
plate attaching press having the improved head
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or ram construction constituting the present in
vention;
Fig. 2 is a vertical sectional view taken through
the press on the plane disclosed by the line II—II
of Fig. 1;
Fig. 3 is a similar view on a somewhat enlarged
scale taken through the attaching head or ram
on the plane indicated by the line III—III of
Fig. 2;
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Fig. 4 is a' vertical sectional view on the line
IV—IV of Fig. 3;
Fig. 5 is a horizontal sectional view taken
through the head on the plane indicated by the
line V-—-V of Fig. 4;
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Fig. 6 is a perspective View of the upper mem
ber of the head;
Fig. '7 is a similar view of the lower member;
Fig. 8 is a vertical sectional view disclosing the
head in the operation of guiding the prongs of an
20 attaching plate into secured relationship with the
soles of an associated shoe;
Fig. 9 is a View in side elevation of a modi?ed
form of head.
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Referring more particularly to the drawings,
25 the numeral l designates the heel plate attaching
press provided with the reciprocating head or
ram 2, to the construction of which the present
invention is particularly directed. Generally, the
press is'of the same construction as that set forth
30 in our above referred to application Serial No.
31,478, of which the present application is a con
tinuation in part. As shown in Figs. 1 and 2 of
the drawings, the press comprises a frame 3 upon
which is mounted an anvil 4 adapted to receive a
last 5 carrying a shoe, as indicated at 6. The
upper portion of the frame carries a cylinder 1 in
which is disposed a spring supported piston, not
shown, having a depending rod 8, to the lower
end of which is attached the head or ram 2.
40 Compressed air, or other actuating ?uid, is ad
mitted into the upper end of the cylinder by way
of a valve regulated pipe line 9, so that the pis
ton therein may be forced downwardly, against
the rod 8 and the walls of the socket it in order
to hold the ram in connection with the piston rod.
In addition, a set screw I8 is employed in a cor
responding capacity.
The upper member ill ter
minates in a depending shank extension it which
is substantially U-shaped in cross section, as
shown in Fig. 5. The lower surface of the shank
extension i9 is provided with a pair of relatively
spaced vertical slots 20 which are adapted to re
ceive the ears E3 of a heel attaching plate l0. 10
Such a plate is detachablyconnected and carried
by the bottom surface of the extension i9 by pro~
viding the latter with spring pressed balls 2!,
which engage with the apertures or weakened
areas of the ears i3 to frictionally hold the fas 15
tening plates in connection with the upper mem
ber atthe time of insertion of said plates into the
driving head or ram of the machine. The lower
surface of the shank it conforms with the slightly
cupped or dished configuration of the body of the 20
plate It! and is of the same general plan dimen
sions as said plate, the forward lower portion of
the shank 99 being provided with a shoulder as
indicated
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ably mounted on the shank extension i9 between
the shoulder 22 and the upper portion of the body
of the member 04. In this instance, the lower
member in horizontal cross section partakes of
the U-shaped form of that of the shank l9 so 30
that a plate i9 may be inserted into its applied
position on the lower end of the shank through
the open front of the lower member. As shown
in Figs. 4 and 5, the lower member is provided
with a transversely extending bar 23 held in 35
place by a bolt or screw 2t, the bar 25 engaging
The lower member E5 of the head or ram is slid
with the shoulder 22 to limit downward movement,
of the lower member on the shank it. Also the
lower member i5 is equipped with a plurality of
upwardly extending screws 25, having their upper
ends received within shoulder openings 26 pro
vided vertically in the upper member M.
Coil springs 2'! surround the screws 25 and
spring pressure, bringing the head or ram 2 which ‘ areinterposedbetween said upper and lower menu
detachably carries a heel fastening plate of vthe bers and normally tend to effect relative separa
type indicated at It] into securing engagement tion therebetween, causing the lower member to
project below the lower surface of the shank I9
with the heel receiving area of the ‘shoe 6.
so that the lower member will completely sur
, The plate iii, which is preferably of the type
set forth in our prior application, Serial No. round the ?ange i i of an attaching plate and like
50 81,476, above identi?ed, comprises a thin sheet
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metal body transversely and longitudinally curved
to conform with the shape and curvatureof the
heel receiving region of a woman’s shoe, the mar
gins of the plate being provided with a U-shape-d
cutting ?ange ii for removing surplus material
from the outsole or to effect what is known in
the art as the operation of trimming the outsole.
The plate is also provided with perpendicularly
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wise provide guiding support for the prongs 12 of 60
said plate. In this instance, the substantially U -'
shaped lower face of the lower member i ii is pro
vided with a plurality of spaced spurs or tines 28
disposed in vertical registration with the prongs
Q2 of a plate ii] when the iatter is carried by the 55
shank i9 of the upper member.
In the operation of the press, a plate It is
?rst inserted into the head by positioning the
extending, relatively spaced, integral fastening
cars 13 thereof in the slots 2B of the shank it,
prongs l2, which extend downwardly from the
plate below the edges of the flange II when said
plate is positioned in the press. Also, the plate is
provided with a pair of upwardly extending,
the ears being engaged by the spring pressed balls 60
2 I, so that the plate will be held against accidental
dropping. By the inclusion of the springs 21, the
lower member of the pressing head will be posi
tioned to completely surround the marginal por~
tions of the plate, contacting with the ?ange H 65
relatively spaced, integral ears l3 which are em
ployed in practice to unite an associated heel body
with the plate after the latter has been attached
to an associated shoe.
The improved head or ram, indicated at 2, com
prises an upper member I 4 and a lower member
E5. The upper member is formed with a socket
it for the reception of the reduced lower end of
and also the prongs l2. Compressed air may now
with an annular shoulder ll against which the
be admitted into the cylinder 1, causing the de
scent of the piston and the rod 8 so that the
attaching head or ram will be advanced toward a
lasted shoe, supported as shown in Fig. 2 upon 70
the anvil 4 and maintained in proper registration
with the head or ram by the inclusion of the
back gage shown at 29. The spurs or tines ?rst
upper surface of the ram member 94 engages. A
75 close ?t exists between the lower reduced end of
enter the outsole and penetrate through the out
sole and well into the insole of the shoe, produc- 75
the piston rod 8, the said rod being provided
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ing openings or punctures therein.
This move
ment of the lower member of the ram is then
checked by the resistance offered thereto by the
lasted shoe, and the contacting of the lower edge
39 of the member l 5 with the outsole. The upper
member then continues its descent by causing
compression of the springs 21, so that the prongs
l2 will readily penetrate or cut through the open~
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2. In apparatus for securing metallic heel at
taching plates to shoes, -a reciprocatoryhead,
means carried by one end of said head for de- ‘
tachably engaging a metallic heel fastening plate
having spaced prongs in connection therewith,
a guide member movably carried by said head for
limited sliding movement thereon, said guide
emember being normally disposed to project be-,
ings provided in the shoe soles by the ram spurs ' yond said head so that the inner surfaces thereof
or tines 28.
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Duringvthis operation, the said spurs or tines
effect positive guided travel on the part ofthe
plate prongs, removing nails or other hardened
objects from the paths of the advancing prongs,
and preventing said prongs from swerving from
are disposed in guiding contact with the prongs 10
of a plate carried by said head, and spurs or tines
projecting beyond one end of ' said guide
member in registration with the prongs of said
plate, said spurs or tines being adapted to pene
trate the soles of a shoe in advance of said prongs 15
their intended courses of travel. Likewise, the ‘to facilitate the passage of the latter through
inner ‘walls of the lower member support and the soles.
guide the ?ange l I so that the latter may effec
3. In apparatus for securing metallic heel at
tively operate in removing surplus material from’
20 the heel seat of a shoe outsole. After the prongs
i2 have‘passed‘ through the outsole and insole,
their outer ends contact with- the metallic last
plate 3i, so that the prongs are turnedinwardly
and clinched into permanent engagement with
25 the shoe. By this construction of the head or
ram, the operation of attaching a heel fastening
plate of the character set forth may be de?nitely
and positively executed in a rapid and accurately
directed manner.
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In Fig. 9, a slightly modi?ed form of head has
been set forth, wherein the head. indicated at 35,
is mounted for swinging movement about a hori
zontal pivot 36 and secured in connection with
the lower end of the piston rod 8. The head is
formed to present a pair of members 31 and 38
located approximately 90‘ degrees apart. The
member 31 is provided with spurs or tines 28a,
while the member 38 is socketed for the reception
of a heel plate I0. In this form of the invention,
40 the member 31 is operated so that its spurs or
tines will penetrate the leather of the shoe soles
and after ‘which the head is revolved so that the
member 38' will occupy the position in registra
tion with the shoe, providing for the securing of
the plate, Ill connected therewith, the prongs
of the plate readily passing through the open“
ings formed in the sole by the spurs or tines 2811.
taching plates to shoes, a reciprocatory head,
means carried by one end of said head for detach-r’ 20
ably engaging a metallic heel fastening plate hav
ing spaced prongs in connection therewith, a
guide-member movably carried by said head for
limited sliding movement thereon, said guide
memberbeing. normally disposed to project be 25
yond said head so that the inner surfaces thereof
are disposed in guiding contact with the prongs
of a plate carried by said head, spurs or tines'pro- '
jecting beyond one end of said guide member in
registration with the prongs of said plate, said 30
spurs or tines being adapted to penetrate the soles
of ‘a shoe in advance of said prongs to facilitate,
the passage of the latter through the soles, and
spring means interposed between said guide
member and head.
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4. In apparatus for securing metallic heel
attaching plates to the heel~receiving regions of
shoes comprising a reciprocatory ram, one end
of said ram being provided with a concave face,
means for detachably retaining a metallic heel 40
fastening plate of the type having spaced secur- ing prongs in engagement with the concave face
of said ram, a guide member surrounding said
ram and mounted thereon for limited sliding
provided with a transversely extending rib Ma.
movement, springs interposed between said ram 45
and said guide member and serving to normally
maintain one end ‘of said guide member below
the concave plate receiving surface of said ram,
with the inner surfaces of said guide member in
guiding engagement with the marginal portions 50
of said plate and the attaching prongs depending
This rib engages the flat side of the piston rod
and positively positions the head in proper align
therefrom, and spaced'piercing spurs depending
from said guide member in registration with the
ment.
inner surfaces thereof and the attaching prongs
To prevent rotation and consequent misalign
ment of the head, the piston rod is made square
50 and the upper surface of’ the upper member 14 is
What is claimed is:
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_ 1. In apparatus for securing metallic heel at
taching plates to shoes, a driving head embody
ing a plurality of sections, means formed with
one of said sections to detachably engage a heel
attaching fastening plate of the type having
spaced prongs therewith, and sole penetrating
tines carried by the other section of said head
and operable to produce openings in a shoe sole
to facilitate the advance of thesecuring prongs
of said plate into and through said soles.
of said plate.
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5. The structure as speci?ed in claim 4 and
wherein the plate attaching end of the ram is
provided with a pair of slots for the reception of
ears formed with the heel attaching plate and
wherein the ram carries friction exerting means 60
for engagement with the ears to positively retain
the latter within the slots.
HIRAM GORDON.
ALBERT
ROGGE.
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