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Feb. 8, v1938. M. J. RUBENSTEIN 2,107,621 GARMENT SHAPING AND TURNING MACHINE Fiied Nov. 26, 1935 N MB“my, _‘ s Shee'ts-Sheet 1 J ( &RAu71bN7e 5m "mm N6Nmm Feb. 8, 1938. _' 2,107,621 M. J. RUBENSTEIN GARMENT SHAPING AND TURNING MACHINE Filed Nm-r. 26, 1.955 :5 sheets-sheet‘ 2 Fig.5 Fig. 4 3.3 31 31 Fig. 7 31 INVENTOR. 4 - Morris J. Rubenstein 8%dwdawow ATTORNEYS ' Feb. 8, 1938. _ M. J. RUBENSTElN 2,107,621 GARMENT‘ SHAPING AND TURNING MACHINE Filed NOV. 26, 1935 I 5 Sheets-Sheet 3 _ ~ 40—~ My. 11 35 J3 5.9 '39 £219.12 I F1961.) ' INVENTOR. Morris Bubenstein ATTO?NEYS Patented Feb. 8, 1938' 2,107,621 UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE 2,107,621 GARMENT SHAPING AND‘ TURNING . MACHINE Morris J. Rubenstein, Northampton, Pa. ‘Application November 26, 1935, Serial No. 51.662 3 Claims. ' 5 This invention relates to a shaping and turn— ing machine for various parts of garments, such as collars, cuffs, coat lapels and the like, the gen eral object of the invention being to provide a machine of this nature the parts of which are so constructed and arranged that a great saving of time and labor over the present method is secured ' as well as a uniformity of products completed‘ on the machine. This invention also consists in certain other features of construction and in the combination and arrangement of the several parts to be here inafter fully described, illustrated in the accom panying drawings and speci?cally pointed out in the appended claims. In describing the invention in detail, reference will be had to the accompanying drawings where— in like characters denote like or corresponding parts throughout the several Views, and in which:—‘ Figure 1 is an elevation of the complete device. Figure 2 is a front view of the machine. ‘ Figure 3 is a top plan View thereof. Figure 4 is a front view of the rear die of a pair of adjustable dies used for the turning and shaping of the diagonal corners found in various parts of wearing apparel. _ Figure 5 is a side View of the die shown in Fig ' ure 4. Figure‘ 6 is a front- view of the rear die of a pair of adjustable dies used for turning and shap ing round corners of a larger size than the die shown in Figures 1 and 2. Figure '7 is a side view of the die shown in rp OL) Figure 6. V Figure 8 is a front View of a die used in turn ing and shaping large round flaps, cu?s and the like. Figure 9 is a side view of Figure 8. 40 Figure 10 is a front View of the rear die of a pair of adjustable dies used for turning and shaping two rounded corners at one operation, such as the collars, cuffs, etc. Figure 11 is a side view of Figure 10. 45 Figure 12 is a front view of a die used for turn ing and shaping points, such as in coat lapels, flaps, vest points, etc. ; and Figure 13 is a side View of Figure 12. In these drawings, the numeral 8 indicates a 50 base plate which is connected by screws I2 to a table or bench as shown in Figures 1, 2, and 3 and an angle bracket 9 is connected to a project ing portion of the plate 8 by the nuts I 0 and this bracket is connected to the front edge of the 55 table or bench by the screws II. The stationary (01. 223-41) or rear die carrying member is shown at I3 and is made in the form of a plate having its lower end bent and fastened in the base plate 8 with the rest of the plate sloping upwardly and for wardly from the bend I6. Upstanding ears I4 5 are formed on the base plate and form bearings for the front die carrying member I5 which is also in the form of a plate, the lower end of which is formed with a rounded enlargement having the sockets 20 in its ends. Screws 2I pass 10 through the ears I4 and have collars thereon rotatably arranged in said ears, the threaded parts of the screws entering the sockets 20 and are held in adjusted position by the set screws 22. This arrangement permits side adjustment of the 15 die carrying member I5 so as to permit alignment of the die carried thereby with the die carried by the rear member I3. A spring 28 has its ends fastened to the lugs 26 on the plates I3 and I5 by the pins 2‘! and this spring tends to hold the front die carrying plate N) O or member I5 away from the rear die carrying plate or member I3. A pedal I is pivoted to the floor under the bench or table as shown at 2 and a chain 3 is connected by a hook 4 in an eye member 5 at the 5 free end of the pedal. The chain is fastened to a bracket ‘I connected with the die carrying mem ber I5 and passes through a hole I9 in the die carrying member I3. The chain passes over a 30 pulley 6 rotatably supported in a carrier I‘! by a shaft I8, the carrier being connected to a por tion of the rear face of the member I3 and to a part of the base plate 8. Thus by pressing upon the pedal the chain will move the front die car- 35 rying member I5 toward the rear die carrying member I3. Each of the members I3 and I5 has a notch 30 formed in its upper end and plates 23 and 24 are connected by rivets 25 to the upper end of each as member and extend across the entire width of each member so that these plates and the notch form a socket for receiving the reduced lower end of a die, such as that shown at 31 in Figures 1, 2, and 3. The plates 23 and 24 project upon the 45 upper end of each member I3 and I5 and each die is formed with side extensions the shoulders formed by the upper die carrying member I3 and I5 at the notch. It will be noted that the dies bear 29 engaging end of each the sides of 50 in the sock ets in such a. manner that they are held in a true and rigid manner. This type of socket al lows great facility in changing the dies, so highly necessary in view of the innumerable varied types 55 2,107,621 2 . of work required of the machine and without the addition of any other holding devices. As before stated the dies shown at 31 in Fig ures 1, 2, and 3 are for the turning and shap ing of the corner of a coat pocket flap, round shirt collar and cuffs, etc. Figures 4 and 5 show an adjustable diagonal die which is formed of the two parts 3| and 10 32, shaped-as shown, the-part 32 having a nut 33 welded thereto and the piece 3|‘ having a socket 34 welded-thereto. The part 32 rests on a por and arrangement of the several parts provided’, that such changes fall within the scope of the appended claims. ' What is claimed is:-— 1. In a machine of the class described com prising a support, a die-carrying member con nected with the support, a second die-carrying member hingedly connected at its lower end to the support and adapted to be moved toward the ?rst die-carrying member, each die-carrying member comprising an upstanding member hav tion of the upper end of the lower reduced part ing?a notch formed in its upper end and a plate ' or stem of the part 3!, and is detachable there vsecured to each side of the upstanding member, from. A knurled screw 35 passes through the said plate extending across the entire width of 15 threads in nut 33 into the socket 34 to which it the upstanding member and beyond the upper end is locked by the washers 36. This type of 'die thereof to form a socket, and a pair of dies, each when placed in the socket of the die supporting die comprising a stem, a part integral with a por member allows the operator to adjust the die for tion of the upper end of said stem, and a second width by the turning back and forth of the screw 'part resting on a portion of the upper end of the Miami the die is held rigid by the seating of the stem and adjustable relative to the ?rst part, 20 same in the socket. Thistype of die is used'for each die removably and ‘securely ?tting in the socket of each upstanding member and adapted the turning and shaping of the diagonal cor ners found in various parts of wearing apparel. to be adjusted while in position on the dieecar . Figures 6 and’? show an adjustable die the same as Figures?l and 5 but the die shown in Fig Iures 6 and 7 has its upper end rounded as shown in saidviews, this die being used for turning and shaping round corners‘ of a larger size than the die shown in Figures 1 and 2. _ Figures 8 and 9 show a non-adjustable die which is used in turning and shaping large round flaps, cuffs and so forth. This die is indicated. by the numeral 38. . Figures 10 and 11 show an adjustable die, the adjustment of which is performed in the same manner as that shown in Figures 4 and 5. This rying member. ‘ - 2. In a machine of the class described compris 25 ing a support, a die-carrying member connected with the support, a second die-carrying member hingedly connected at its lower end to the sup- ' port and adapted to be moved, toward the ?rst die-carrying member, each die-carrying mem 30 ber having a socket, and-a pair of dies, each die comprising a stem, a part integral with a por tion of the upper end of said stem, and a second part resting on a portion of the upper end of the stem and adjustable relative to the ?rstrpart, each die having its stem removably ?tting in’ the die is used for turning and shaping two round socket of each upstandingmember to securely corners at one operation such as found. in col retain the die on the die-carrying member and lars, cuifs,etc. The two parts of this die are: in 40 dicated by the ‘numerals '39 and 40. adapted to be adjusted rwhilesin operating posi tion. Figures 12 and'13 show a die M of the rigid 40 ' .3. In a machine of the class described com type and is used for turning and shaping points prising a support, a die-carrying member con - nected with the support, a second die-carrying such as in coat lapels, vest points and the like. It will be understood that the ‘dies are made member hingedly connected at its lower end to and'used in pairs. The number and kinds of the support and adapted to be moved toward the dies to be used in this machine will be either of ?rst die-carrying member, each’ die-carrying the rigid or adjustable type, and are shaped to member comprising an upstanding member hav perform the operation desired. ing a notch formed in its upper end and a plate - The machine is operated as follows: The opera secured to each side of the upstanding member, tor inserts the cuffs, etc. (which have been previ said plate extending across the entire width of said upstanding member and beyond the upper end thereof to forma socket, and a pair of dies, each die comprising a stem, a part integral with ously sewn‘ together) on thefront die, applies pressure through the treadle, moving the front die of the front die carrying member against the die in the rear die carrying member which is stationary, which pressure locks the dies together in perfect alignment and holds the material rigid ly between them. He then turns and shapes; the cuffs, etc. by lifting the material up and over the dies.‘v ' It is thought from the foregoing description that the advantages and novel features of the inven tion will be readily apparent. It is'to be understood that changes may be made in the construction and in the combination 35 a portion of’ the upper end of said stem, a sec ond part resting on. a portion of the upper end of the stem and adjustable relative to the'?rst part, and extensions formed on the ?rst and. second parts, each die having its stem remov ably ?tting in the socket of each upstanding member and having its extensions supported by the upper end of said upstanding member‘to se curely retain the die in place on the die-carry ing member. ' MORRIS J. RUBENSTEIN.