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Feb. 8, 1938-
W. D. 'PIERSON ET AL
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2,107,799
HIGH SPEED WIREDRAWING MACHINE
‘Original Filed Feb. :5. 1934
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‘Q’ilhamILPwrson
By George WTJackman.
‘Feb. 8, 1938.
2,107,799
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HIGH SPEED WIhEDHAWING MACHINE
Original Filed Feb. 3, 1934
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UNITED STATE 52,101,199PATENT; orrics
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William D. Pierson and George W.-Ja'ch:nan,
‘ Waterbury, Conn, .assignors ‘to The Water
bury Farrel Foundry a Machine Company,
»>Waterbury, Conni, a corporation of Oonnectlg
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' 7 Original application February 9, 1934, semi No.
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709,646. Divided and this application mm:
ary 19, 1935, Serial No. 7,284
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adjustable die clamping ring.
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Fig. 11 is a fragmentary longitudinal vertical
sectional view of the same.
application, Serial No. 709,646, ?led February 3,
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Fig. 10 is a vertical transverse sectional view
of the preferred form of ?nal die cup-having an
appllcatoin is a division of our prior
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view taken through the ‘same.
“cabinet” type, in’ which the wire may} be “strung
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- Fig. 9 is a longitudinal fragmentary sectional
speed multiple-die 'wiredrawing machine of'the
up” with a minimum loss of time.
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(or 205-18) ,
This invention relates to continuous wiredraw
ing machines, and more particularly to a high ‘
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Fig. 12 is a plan view similar to Fig. 5, showing
the preferred‘form of ?nal die cup and holder in
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One object of- this invention is to provide a
operating position.‘
I. 10 wiredrawing machine of the .above nature in‘
' which the sidewalls of the inclosing’cabinet' are
' provided with slots, thus permitting the dies to
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v Wiredrawi'nd mechanism
Referring now to the‘ drawings in which like
. be strung upon the wire at spaced intervals beforev
v inserting the .wire in the wiredrawing machine.
15 . A further object‘ is to provide a wiredrawing
reference numerals denote corresponding parts
throughout the several views, the numeral III in
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dicates the supporting frame of ‘the machine
which supports a “cabinet" for housing the wire-_
machineoi‘ the above nature having means fcir
“securely holding the ?nal die in‘ adjustable posi
drawing mechanism. The cabinet ll comprises
‘ .tlon in‘ a die box to permit the proper “casting”_
a basin-like base II, a rear wall, not shown, and
of the wire as it_ is wound upon a ?nishing block
side‘ walls ll.
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top of the cabinet n is closed by vmeans 2°
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a thin curved hood member it, within which
vice‘ of the above nature in which ther?nal die is journaled a roll-top door ll having slidable ~
box is capable of universal angular adjustment’, engagement in suitable opposed grooves‘ provided
and may also be moved vertically and horizon
adjacent the front slightly inclined‘ edges 19 and 25
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A further‘ object is to provide a machine of the
above nature which will be relatively simple in»
to be drawn downwardly by a suitable handlel?a
for completely sealing the front of the compart—
ment in the cabinet II, as showrrin Fig. 1.
' construction, inexpensive to manufacture, easy to
install and manipulate, economical of power and
30 ?oor space, and very e?icient and durable in use.
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-With these and other objects in view there have
been illustrated'on the accompanying drawings
two forms in which the'invention may be con
veniently embodied in practice.
In the drawings:
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Fig. 1 represents a perspective view of the wire- :
?nishing block It.
the roll-top door of the cabinet in closed position. . 1
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Fig. 315 a plan view of. the same.
Fig. 4 -_is a horizontal fragmentary sectional
view of the'same, taken along the line 4-4 of
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Fig. 6 is a right end view of the casting mecha
nism.
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die-clamping screw employed in the casting
mechanism-
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' present invention contemplates the provision of '
a mechanism to accurately adjust the position of 50
the ?nal drawing die 51', and thereafter ?rmly
lock it in‘ adjusted ‘position.
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diameter than the block on which it is drawn
and the coiled wire when lifted fromthe block
will become tangled up ‘and diilicult to handle.
In orderto overcome the above disadvantages,‘ the
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‘ Fig.'5_is a plan view of thefdie cup and holder,
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“Casting” mechanism '
j During wiredrawing, as the wire is processed 40
through the several dies, the metal hardens and
unless the ?nal drawing die is positioned at the
proper angle with respect to the ?nishing block
It, the coiled ,wire will spring out to a larger
Fig. 2 is a front elevation of the casting mech?
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Final drawing die -
After leaving the ?nal cone of the machine, the
wire is passedthrough an open slot 58 (see Figs.
1 and 6) formed in the front of the right-hand
wall it of the machine, and is delivered to a?nal' 35
drawing die 51 from which it is wound upon a
drawingmachine and casting mechanism with
‘v40 anism for the final drawing ‘die.
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Fig. 8 ,is'fa transverse vertical “sectional view . i The “casting" mechanism is generally indicated
'taken through the ?nal die cup and showing the by the numeral Cl‘ and is adapted to hold the
vfinal die ll in any desired position and angle 55
5s die adaptor in place.
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between thev right cabinet wall it and the coiling
a tubular boss 62b, forming an integral part of
block 150. The casting mechanism 6i, as best
shown in'Figs. 2 to 6 inclusive, is adapted to be
the cup-62 (see Figs. 3. 5 and 9).
' detachably secured to the right wall Id of the
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box 16.
The ?nal drawing die 51 is located in‘a die cup.
62 which is adapted to rock upon a .pair of lat
eral ltrunnions 63 and 6d. Mounted upon the
die cup 62 is a detachable‘ wall plate 65,-and said
10 cup is covered by a top hinged lid 66. The wall
‘ plate 65 is provided with a tapped outwardly pro
jecting boss 65a which is adapted to receive a
special die clamping screw 61 (see Fig. 7)., which
' serves to tightly clamp the ?nal die 51 against
15 the rightv wall 620. of the die cup 62. The clamp
‘ vingi screw 61 consists essentially of a threaded
The exten- 1- '
sion 06 is adapted to protrude through an en
larged aperture 81 inthe end wall of the die cup
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In order to supply a steady stream of lubricant
to the ?nal drawing die51,‘ the cover‘ lid 66 of
the‘ die cup 62- isuprovidled with a substantially
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central vertical nipple 88, to which-may be at- '
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tached a ?exible tube‘ 89 leading to a suitable ad- 10
justable flow regulating stop-cock 90 located on
the outside right wall‘it ‘of the machine, and
having suitable connection with the lubricating
supply pipe 29a (not shown) within the cabinet
II. By reason of the fact that the ?nal die 51 in 15
both forms of die cup is clamped intight face ‘
shank 10 having an enlarged ?anged head ‘II at contact with the right wall 62a (I90) of said die
one end, and a reduced portion. 12 at its opposite cups, it will be impossible for any lubricant to
end for abutting against the face of the die 51. escape from the die cup, and the wire as it leaves
20 The ?anged head is provided with a plurality 7 the die box is' thus maintained in a dry condi- 20
of equally spaced radial recesses 134m its circum
tion,—an important advantage in‘ wiredrawing
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ference which maybe engaged by any suitable
machines.
tool, such as a pin wrench; for tightening the
a As noted in Figs. 5 and 7; the reduced end 12
screw 61 against the die 51.
of the'clamping screw (61 is providedwith a pair
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The wire a: is adapted to pass through a lon
' gitudinal hole 68 in the screw 61, and in order
to facilitate the placing of the already strung
die 51 in the die cup 62, said screw 61 is provided
- withia longitudinal open slot 14 extending the‘
30 entire length thereof and forming a radial pas
sage for the wire a: into the hole68. A ver
tical slot 15 is provided in 'the upperpart of
the detachable wall plate 65, and by indexing
the slot 14 in the screw 61 to aline with the slot
-35_ 15 in the wall plate 65, the wire a: and the at
tached die_51 may be readily dropped into the die
cup 62, after which the “screw 61 may be turned
into die' clamping position. The slots 14 and
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,15 will ordinarily be out of alinement and the
40 wire will be positively prevented from, slipping
out of place.
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The die cup 62'is mounted to swing on a hor
izontal axis by means of‘ the trunnions 63 and
‘ 64 ‘which have pivotal engagement in an open
45 pan-shaped box 16. -The rear trunnion 63 is
journaled in a hub 11 formed integral with the
rear wall of the box 16 while the front trunnion
64 is journaled in a set-in portion 18 detachable
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of ‘crossed grooves 9! cut into its vface surface 25
whereby the lubricant ?owing into the diecup .
62 will have direct access with the ‘center hole
vof the die 51 to properly lubricate the wire as
; it enters the ?nal die 51. A suitable drain hole
' 92 is provided in the base of the die cup 62 where- 3D
vby the lubricant will be drained therefrom into
the die cup box ‘16. The base of the box 16 in
turn is also provided with a drain aperture 96, .,
into which is ?tted a pipe nipple 9511., upon
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which is attached a ?exible hose 95 for conduct-J 35
me the drained lubricant back into the main
casing of the machine‘through an aperture '96 in
the
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with a
depending cylindrical stud 91 pivotally engaged :3‘?- '
within a split hollow‘ cylinder 98 concentrically
formed in a boss _'99 forming an integral part of
a longitudinally sliding bracket I00. The boss 99
is formed with a pair of lateral ears IOI_ and I 02
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slightly spaced apart to provide a clearance slot 45
I03 therebetween.
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In order to lock. the. die cup box, 16 in- ad
justed position "on the vertical axis of the stud91, provision isrmade of a. transverse binding
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with the front wall of said box 16.- As shown
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50 in Figs. 2 and 5, the. trunnion 66 protrudes screw I04 having threaded engagement in them
through the front wall of the box 16 and is pro-I ear IOI.
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vided with a transverse handle rod 80 to facil
‘ It is to be noted that the vertical axis of the g itate the rocking of‘the die cup 62 vabout its - depending stud 91 of. thenbox~ 16, the horizontal
horizontal axis. ' The upper \part of the set-in axes of ‘the two trunni'ons 63,and 64, and the
55 wall 18 is provided with a split bifurcated sec
horizontal axis of the wire a: intersect each other ‘
tion '8I, the side jaws of which are adapted to be at a common point located approximately in the
clamped tightly upon the trunnion 64, by means center of the die 51 (see Fig. 5) >." By ‘means of _
I -of a-transverse set screw 82.
this construction, the wire a: in passing through
In order to prevent any' lubricant from spatter
the ?nal diewill be bent ‘the exact amount to
60 ing upon the, winding block 58, the cover lid 66 ,give it the proper “cast" before being wound 60
previously referred to, and which is hinged to upon the block 58. ' ~
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a tubular section 03 on the rear wall of the die
It will be understood from the above thatthe
cup 62 by means of a 'hinge‘pin 84, serves to
completely seal the ?nal drawing die .61 there
I 55 within. The front edge of the Loover lid 66 may
be provided with a handle lug 85 for facilitating
the manipulation thereof. , The pressure of the
die 51 upon the wall 62a of the die cup 62 will,
‘of course, be enchanced by the pull of the wire
vertically.
L 'lmpassing through the die 51, thus increasing the.
tightness .of its liquid seal‘ between said adja
micrometically or'by sma increments, the under 70
?nal die 51 not only has a universal pivotal
axes, but it is also possible to adjust the ?nal die 65
As will be described later, the ?nal .
die also may be given a horizontal adjustmentin'
all directions.
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In order to accomplish t e ‘vertical adjustment,
side of the box 16 is provided with an integral '
cent surfaces to prevent any lubricant from
boss I05 having an arcuate vertical face I06
passing by the die.
within which is cut an arcuate rectangular groove
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After the wire a: leayes the die 51, it passes
35 through a tube-likeextension 86‘mounted within
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movement aboutk'both vertical and horizontal
I01 for receiving the'?anged head I08 of a stud ' ~
screw I09.‘ The screw I09 is threadedly engaged 75
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in a tapped hole H0 formed in the sliding bracket pan-shaped top of the angular bracket H3, said b ‘
I00, and is’ provided with an intermediate integral top being provided with an upright outer rim
collar 1 I IV having a plurality oi.’ radial holes H2 within which is a groove I28 for conducting the
drilled therein. By engaging a pin wrench or: lubricant rearwardly into a catch basin I29
other suitable tool in the apertured collar III,
the stud'screw I09 may bel-manipulated for ver
tically elevatingor lowering the cup box-18 to
‘ any desired ?nely adjusted position (see Fig.‘ 2).
The sliding bracket I00 is slidably mounted
10 upon an angular supporting bracket H3 which in
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formed in the upper part of the bossI I5 (see Fig. 6
3). As clearly shown in Fig. 6, the bottom of the
basin I29 is formed with a. pair of inclined sur
faces I30 which meet at the center and permit
the lubricant to ?ow through a drain aperture .
I3I provided in the‘ wall I4 ‘and be drained back
into the cabinet I I. _.
to a 'substantially'heavy boss H5 formed inte
Adaptor block for final die
gral with the right side wall 'I4 of the machine;
In order to anchor the sliding bracket I00 in ad- -
justed longitudinal position upon the bracket. I I3,
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In order to facilitate the setting of the ?nal die
51 within the die '- cup 82 during the “stringing- .
, the bracket" I00 is provided with a pair of T
' bolts H6, H8 located on opposite sides of the
vertical boss 98 and adapted to engage in a lon
up” operation 'of the machine, provision is made
The object of adjusting the sliding bracket I00
the die 51. The adaptor block I32 is provided in
of an adaptor block' I32 which, as shown in Figs.
8 and 9,- is substantially rectangular in shape) and N
gitudinal 'T-slot II1 formed in the bracket H3.‘ ‘is detachably seated within the die cup 62 under
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andsupported parts as a unit, is to set the ?nal , its upper face with’ a semi-circular cut7out por
die 51 as close as possible to the ‘take-up or tion I33 for receiving the die 51, and i‘rom its
" ?nishing block" 58, it being understood that var
bottom extend a pair 0! depending dowel pins
i ious sizes of take-up blocks'may be interchange--v r I34, I34 for engagement in a pair of correspond
ably used on the same machine.
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‘ing holes provided in the base of thedi‘e cup 62.
Fig.‘ 2 illustrates in full lines the smallest size
1 of block 58 which may be used and‘the vsame
block is illustrated in Fig. 3 by dotted lines. The
largest size 10f block which may be used on the
130 machine is" indicated imFlg'. 3 by the dot-and-'
dash line 58a, and» in Fig. 1 by full lines. The die
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It will beunderstood that a number of blocks I32
having different size cut-outs I 33 may be pro
vided for the die cup' “so as to (selectively ac
commodate the various sizes oi.’ dies thatmay be 30'
used.
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In use it will only be necessary to drop the die
- holding unit 6| is shownin full lines in Figs. 2 . already strung upon the wire, a: in place, and
. and 3 in the proper position for winding upon the tighten the clamping screw 61 to hold said die rig
' largest size of block 58a. The dotted outline of idly in place withinlthe die cup 82.
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00 the die, cup box 16 shown in Figs. 2 and
trates the proper» position for setting the unit
Preferred form of vfinal die cup
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- when the smallest size of block 58 is employed.
' 'In order to permit the block 58 to be adjusted .
In Figs. 10, 11, and 12 is shown the preferred
laterally so that ‘the cylindrical surface of the ' form ‘of holding cup I35 for the ?nal die 51
wherein the special die clamping screw 61 and 40
40 block will be in tangential alinement with the the adaptor block I132 of the ?rst form of the
wire as it is delivered from the ?nal die 51, the
, block housing H8 is slidably supported upon invention have been omitted. The preferred die
the supporting frame I0 01 the machine, and is ' cup 'I35-is providedwith a tubular extension I30,
provided with a suitable ‘screw mechanism I20 and oppositely extending t'runnions I31 and I38
operated by means of an external crank handle) for pivotal engagement in the ?nal die cup box 45
16. The-tubular extension I36 is ?tted into an
I2I which may be manually operated to forward
7 1y or'rearwardly move the block housing H8 and apertured boss I39 formedvon theoutside of the
surmounted block 58 (or-58a) to any desired 10- K die cup and integral with the wall I40 thereofj.
cation.
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In order to produce a close lateral adjustment
50' of the casting mechanism 6| for properly ,alining
the die 51 with‘ the roughly adjusted block 58,
the holes I22,_ I22 in the angular bracket H3
The inner side of the wall I40 is provided with I
a countersunk circular socket “I for receiving 50
a closely ?tting split annular ring I42.v ‘The die
cup I35 is preferably made semi-cylindrical in
shapeandi is provided on its curved portion with
surrounding the cap screws H4 a’re horizontally H 'a pair of headless radial‘ set-‘screws I44, ‘I 44. Each
set-screw I44 is formed on its inner end ‘with a
reduced point I45, I45 which is adapted to engage‘
in‘ corresponding apertures formed within the
‘gagement therein by means of a collar I25 ?xed » outer periphery oi the split annular ring I42 for
' elongated (see Fig. 6). A vertical plate I23 is
‘ rigidly secured to the wall boss H5 and supports '
- a horizontal stud screw I24 held in rotatable en
to the shank of said screw I24 on the opposite side
holding the latterin place.
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In order to increase the resiliency ofv the split
said plate from the head I24a of said screwJ
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annular ring I42, one or more radialv ‘slots I46
The shank of the screw I24 is/threadedlyen
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.gaged in ‘a hole I26 tapped into the‘side-oi' the _ extend from the exterior thereof partly there
through, and the upper sections of said ring are
single bracket H3.
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From'the above construction, it will be obvious, adaptedto be sprung downwardly by means of a
that by slightly loosening the bracket ‘screws H4, square-headed set screw I41 having, threaded'en
_ and turning the head,i24a of the screw I24, the
' ‘ bracket I I3 and entire casting ‘mechanism 6| may
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’ be minutely adjusted laterally, as a unit.‘
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It‘ will thus be seen that the ?nal .die‘ofthe‘
.wire‘drawing machine is so mountedas to have
universal angular rocking adjustment, up and
down vertical adjustni‘ent, and lateral and ‘longi
tu‘dinal and horizontal adjustment.
3=In case any lubricant should patter or‘leak out
75' of the die-cup holder'18, it will be caught by ‘the
gagement in the, upper section of the wall 440.
The inner end of the set screw I 41 is also pro
vided with a reduced point I48 for engaging-in a .
corresponding socket provided in the circum
i'erence oi the upper bendable section M211 of the
annular ring. It will be obvious from the above.
construction, that merely by screwing up the set
screw I41, the die 51 which is positioned within‘
the annular ring I42 will be rigidly clamped in
place.
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drawing mechanism located in said cabinet, a wire
In the operation oi’ “setting up’? the ?nal draw ' coiling mechanism Iocated'outside the wire exit
ing die at'the delivery end of the machine, the end of said. cabinet,-means for rigidly holding a
portion of thevwire between the last two drawing ?nal drawing die intermediate said cabinet and
dies will he slipped into the slot 56 in the righte said coiling mechanism, said holding means being
hand wall H in readiness for setting the ?nal adjustable through angles'around horizontal and
' die 51 in the “casting" mechanism 6|. Inorder vertical axes to produce any desired “cast” in the
Y-to set up the final die 51, it is?rst' necessary wwire being coiled, andmeans to rigidly secure said
zholding means in all of its adjusted positions.
10 to adjust theclamping screw 61 so that the longi
2. In a wiredrawing machine, wiredrawing 10
tudinal'slot 14 thereof will be in line with the
slot 15 formed in the wall plate 65 ofv the‘ die cup mechanism, niechanism for coiling the drawn.
62. With the parts in this ‘position, the initial wire as it comes from said. wiredrawing mecha
. end of the wired: may be inserted thro'ugh the ‘ nism including a ?nishing block, mechanism lo
tubular extension 86 and the ?nal die ?ll readily cated intermediate said wiredrawing mechanism
dropped into position within’ the seat I33 of the and said coiling mechansm for casting the wire 15
adaptor block I32. It is' to be understood‘that being coiled in accordance with the form of said
the ,operator‘will leave an ample length of .wire , ?nishing block, said casting mechanism compris
beyond the ?nal die 5'! to allow saidvwire to be ing a bracket,.a box having adjustable engage
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wound- about the drawing block 58 a- su?icient‘
number of times. so‘as‘ to prevent slipping when
the block 58 is rotated.
With the ?nal die 57
thus properly set in the adaptor block I32, the
ment with respect to said bracket for pivotal
movementon a vertical axis, 'a die cup in said 20
.box for holding the ?nal drawing die, said die
cup being pivotally mounted in said box for move
clamping screw 61 may then be tightened against ' ment on a. horizontal axis, means for clamping
the
die 5] so as to hold it tightly, against the‘ said ?nal die tightly within said die cup,‘ and
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means to permit vertical and,‘ horizontal adjust 25
.die cupwall 62d. ‘ The die 51 may then be ad
justed at the proper angle and in the proper hori
zontal and verticalposition to give the wire the
proper cast as it is delivered to‘ the block. 58; by
so’ manipulating
‘mechanism 66.
the mechanism in the casting
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3. §In a vWiredrawing machine, wiredrawing
mechanism, mechanism for coiling the drawn
wire as it comes from said wircdrawing mecha
nism including a ?nishing block, mechanism lo 30
In the operation of assembling the die 5'5 to the ' cated intermediate said wiredrawing mechanism
preferred ‘form' of die holding‘ cup i35,f shown and. said coiling mechansm forcasting the wire
in Figs. 10 arid 11, it will be understood. that the , ‘being coiled in accordance, with the form of said
?nishing block, said casting mechanism compris
35 split annular ring M2 will ?rst be 'placed'in ‘the ing a vertically and horizontally movable 35
socket Ml of the: cup H35. ‘The screws'ldd, 3%
will then be inserted and" rotated with the points bracket, a box having adjustable pivotal engage
‘ M5 pass into the ‘corresponding apertures in the
,_ ring M2.
The upper bendable section 6132a of
the ring ' M52 is normally in its outermost sprung
position when the die 5? is not in place. The end
of the wire upon, which the, ?nal die] 51 has
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been previously, strung may then be inserted,
ment with respect to said bracket on a vertical
axis/a die; cuppivotally mounted in said box on
a horizontal axis for holding the ?nal drawing
die, whereby said die is mounted for universal 40
angular movement.
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4. In a wiredrawing machine, a cabinet con
through the tubular extension ltd‘, permitting the” taining wiredrawing mechanism, mechanism
outside of said cabinet for coiling the drawn wire The set“ screw id? will then be screwed down and ‘ as it comes from, said wiredrawing mechanism, 45
mechanism located intermediate said cabinet and
will force the upper section Mitt downwardly for . \ saidcoiling
mechanism for casting the wire be-‘
?nal die 5? to he slipped into the split ring 562.
clamping the die 5? tightly. in its‘ properly set
coiled, said casting mechanism comprising a
position. The proper “cast” for the wire may then 1 ing
bracket,
a box having adjustable. engagement
readily obtained by adjusting the die cup 535 with respect
to said bracket, a die cup in said
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in the same manner asv described above. ‘for'the I box for holding the. ?nal drawing die, said die 50
?rst form of the invention.
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cup being .pivotally mounted in said box, and
_. An important featurev oi’v the present invention. means for clamping said ?naldietightly within
.lies in the fact that the drawn wire beyond the said die cup, said die cup box having'a protect
55 ?nal die may be cut oil? from the remainder of I ing cover hinged to the top thereof. ,
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".the coil still in the machine in any desired- length ' ‘5. In va wiredrawing machine, wiredrawing 55
and removed from the block without disturbing mechanism, mechanism for coiling the drawn
" the setting of the dies or casting mechanism in wire as it comes from said wiredrawing mecha
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any way. The remaining wire may then. be at
'tached to the block and the drawing processconf
, tined as before. .
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nism, mechanism located intermediate saidwire
drawing mechanism, and said-coiling mechanism
for casting the wire being coiled, said casting
._ " While therehave been disclosed in‘ this speci?i- ' ' mechanism comprising a bracket, a box having
cation vtwo .forms in which the invention may be , adjustable engagement‘ with respect to’ said
,
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embodied, it is to bejunderstood that these forms
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bracket, a die cup'in- said boxfor holding; the
?nal drawing die, said die'cup being-pivotally 65
and that the inventionis not to be
to the - mounted (in said box, means for clamping said
speci?c‘ disclosures but’ maybe modi?ed and, em
?nal die tightly within saidldie cup,'a cover for
bodied'in'various other forms without» departing said die cup‘ box,’ and a ?exible lubricating pipe
.i’rom'its‘spirit. In short, the inventionnincludes'f leading into the top‘ of said protecting cover.
all the modi?cations; and -'embodiments_lcoming . 6. In a,wiredrawing machine,. a 'wiredrawing
are shown" for the purpose? of illustration only,
within the scope or the following claims.
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cabinet,‘ a mechanism for coiling‘ the drawn wire,
Having thus fully described the invention‘, what a wire casting, mechanism located between said
’ is claimed‘ as‘ new, and tor'which it‘ isjdesiryed ' cabinet and said coiling mechanism, said casting
' to secure letters Patent, is; ._
‘ mechanism comprising a supporting bracket se
_._cured to
cabinet, a sliding bracket horizon
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tally adjustable on said supporting bracket, a die ‘bricant, to said die box, and'ka drain pipe for cone
box mounted for adjustable vertical movement ducting lubricant from said die box back into
with respect to said sliding bracket, a die cup in‘
said die box mounted forvertical angular move-' .
said ‘cabinet. _
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13. In a ‘wiredrawing machine, wiredrawing
ment around a horizontal axis, and means‘ for
mechanism, mechanism for coiling the drawn
locking said die cup in adjusted position.
7, In‘ a wiredrawing machine, wiredrawing
wire asit comes from said wiredrawing mecha
nism, mechanism located intermediate said wire
'. mechanism,vmechani_sm for coiling the wire as it ', drawing mechanism'and said coiling mechanism
leaves ‘said wiredrawing mechanism, casting " for casting the wire being coiled, said casting
10 mechanism located between said wiredrawing mechanism comprising a bracket, a box having'
mechanism and said coiling mechanism, said
horizontal and vertical adjustable engagement
psaid' cup, and means for detachably clamping
said die in said positioning means, said clamping
being pivotally mounted‘in said‘ box, the vertical
. casting mechanism comprising an adjustable die with respect to said bracket, a die cup in said box
holding cup, means for positioning said die-in ' for holding the ?nal drawing die, said die cup
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means comprising a slotted screw threadedly en
adjustable axis of said‘ box and the pivotal axis 15
of said die cup passing through a common point ~
gaged in said cup and adaptedto engage‘ said ‘in the center of said die, and means for clamp
ing said ?nal die tightly within said die cup;
14. In a wiredrawing machine, a wiredrawing
mitting insertion of said wire from above.
cabinet, mechanism for coiling the drawn wire
2o _ 8. In a wiredrawing machine, a'cabinet, wire
‘ die‘ when screwed up, the slot of said screw per-i
drawing mechanism in said cabinet, mechanism ' after it’ leaves said wiredrawing cabinet, a sup
for coiling the wire as it leaves said cabinet, cast
ingmechanism located between said cabinet and
_ said coiling mechanism, said casting mechanism
25 comprising an adjustable die cup, means for po
sitioning a die at the outer end of said cup, 8.
, ?anged clamping screw having threaded engage
ment in the wall of said cup opposite iromisaid
die, said screw holding wall having a vertical slot,
7-30, said ?anged screw having'a’side slot running its
entire length adapted to be brought into aline
ment with said, wall slot vto permit the wire and
‘the ?nal die strung thereon to be dropped into
said die cup and the die seated in said cup.
9. In awiredrawing machine, a cabinet, wire ,
drawing mechanism in ‘said cabinet, mechanism.
for coiling-the wire as it leaves said ‘cabinet,’ cast
ingjmechanism located between said cabinet and
V '' vsaid coiling mechanism, said casting mechanism
40 comprising an adjustable die box, an adjustable]
_35.
a
7 die cup in said box, a ?exible split ring for posi
tioning the ?nal die in said cup, and means ex
porting bracket attached to said cabinet, a slid
ing bracket seated upon said supporting bracket
and being‘horizontally adjustable thereon, a die -,
box for holding the'?nal die'rotatably journaled
in said sliding bracket along a vertical axis, and
a die cup, pivotally mounted in said box on a hor
izontal
axis.
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15. In a wiredrawing machine, a wiredrawing
cabinet, mechanism for coiling the drawn wire
after it leaves said wiredrawing cabinet, a sup
porting bracket attached to said cabinet and be
ing transversely adjustable with-respect thereto,
assliding bracket seated upon said supporting
bracket and being horizontally adjustable there
on, a die box for holding the ?nal die rotatably
journaled in said sliding bracket along a vertical
axis‘; and-a die cup pivotally mounted in said box
on a horizontal axis.
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16. In a wiredrawing machine, a wiredrawing
cabinet, a wire coiling block for receiving the
drawn wire, a ?nal die located between said cabi
"tending inward/1y from the exterior of said cup net and said block, means for adjusting said die
for clamping said ring upon said die.
_ to any desired angle .to' produce the correct
10. In a wiredrawing machine, wiredrawing . "cast” in the wire, and means for adjusting said
mechanism, mechanism for coiling thewl-re as it
fleaves said wiredrawing mechanism, casting
mechanism located between said wiredrawing
‘ mechanism .and said ‘coiling mechanism, said
block'transversely to bring the surface thereof
intol'tangential alinement with the wire as it is
delivered from said ?nal die.
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17. In a wiredrawing machine, a wiredrawing
casting mechanism comprising a vertically and cabinet, a wire coiling block zfOr receiving the
horizontally movable bracket having a'vertical . drawn wire, a ?nal die located between said cabi
socket, a ?nal die-holding box havingJa shaft ex- .
net and said block, means for adjusting said ‘die
1 , tending down- into said socket and rotatable .to any desired’angle to produce the correct
about the vertical axis of said shaft, and means- ' “cast"-in the wire, and manually operated means
55 adjustable by small ‘increments for varying the - for adjusting said block transversely to bring’ the' 55
' vertical sliding position of said die holding box. surface'thereoi into tangential alinement with
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11. In a wiredrawing machine; a wiredrawing‘ the wire as it is delivered from said ?nal die.
18. In a wiredrawing machine, a wiredrawing
cabinet, mechanism for coiling the drawn wire
as it comes from said cabinet, mechanism located _ cabinet, means for coiling the drawn wire, mech
anism‘ between said cabinet and said ‘coiling 60
60 intermediate said cabinet and said coiling mech
means for‘casting the wire being coiled in ac
anism for casting the'wire being coiled; said cast
ing mechanism comprising a‘wsupporting bracket cordance with the peripheral curve of the coil,
comprising a bracket attached to said cabinet,
attached to said cabinet,-a sliding bracket hori
"zontally adjustable on said supportlngbracket, a box supported on said bracket, a ?nal die/hold
65 a box carried by said sliding; bracket and having ing cup pivotally mounted on a horizontal axis in
.vertical and rotatable adjustment with respect said boxf means extending in alignment with the
- thereto, a die cup in said box'for holding the axis of said cup through said box for manually
?nal drawing‘ die, said die cup being-pivotally , rocking‘ said cup to the desired adjusted position,
I I. mounted in said box, and means for clamping and means to lock said cup rocking means.
19. In a wiredrawing machine, a lubricated
70 said ?nal die tightly within said die cup.
wiredrawing mechanism having a ?nal die, a cup
12. ‘In a wiredrawing machine, a cabinet,‘ wire
drawing, mechanism in said. cabinet, mechanism ~ embracing said ?nal die and ‘having a wire-‘exit
for coiling the wire as it leaves said cabinet, an aperturev in one'face thereof, an expansible ring
adiustable'die' box located between said cabinet in said cup encircling said- die, releasable radially
and said coiling mechanism, means to supply lu-v actingineans engaging the periphery of vsaid ring
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for compressing said ring for holding the’ die in
ing pivotally mounted in- said box‘, the vertical ,
?at abutment with said face to prevent escape of
lubricant from said cup andinsure that the wire
adjustable axis of said box and the pivotal axis a
of said die cup passing through a common point
' will emerge from'said
tion.
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aperture in a dry condi-;_ in the center of said die, and means for clamp
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‘ 20. In a die holder for a’ wiredrawing machine,
a die box, a die, a compressible annular ring in
, said box for'embracing said die, and means ex
tending through a peripheral wall oi’ said box
and engaging said ring for compressing said ring
- ,' tightly about said die.
21. ‘In a die holder for a wiredrawing machine,
. a die box, a die, a compressible split annular ring
ingsaid ?nal die tightly within said die cup.
27-. In a. wiredrawing machine, Ia supporting
bracket, a sliding bracket seated upon said sup
?5
- porting bracket and being horizontally adjustable
thereon, a, die box for holding the ?nal ‘die, ro-v ,
tatably journaled in said sliding bracket along
a vertical axis, and ‘a die cup pivotally mounted
in said box on a horizontal axis. "
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.» 28. In a wiredrawing machine, awire coiling
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in said box for embracing said die‘, and means - block for receiving the drawn wire, a ?nal die " '
extending through a peripheral wall 01" said box _ preceding said block, means for adjusting said l5
and engaging said ring for compressing said ring die to any desired angle to produce the correct ‘
" tightly about said die.
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“cast" in the wire, and means for adjusting said
~
22. In a die holder for a wiredrawing machine,
a box-like die-supporting member having a coun-'
tersunk socket provided in the inner surface of
one of its walls, a die, a split annular compressi
ble ring for embracing said die and adapted to ’
f?t-intosaid socket, and screw means threadedly
" engaged in said box and extending through a pee
25 ripheral wall thereof to engage said ring for
- compressing said ring tightlyfabout
d die.
23. In a die holder i’or a wiredrawing machine,
\ a box-dike frame having a countersunk socket
provided in the inner surface of one of its walls,
30 adie, a ‘split annular compressible ring for em~
block transversely‘ to bring the surface thereof
into the desired position with respect to the wire
as it is delivered from said ?nal die.
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29. In a wiredrawlng machine, a wire coil
block for receiving ‘the drawn wire, adinal die
preceding said block, means for adjusting- said
die to any desired angle-to produce the correct
“cast” in the wire, and manually operated means 25
for adjusting said block transversely to‘hring the
surface thereof into tangential alinement with
the wire as it is delivered from said?nal die. ‘
30. In a wiredrawing machine, means for coil
bracing said die and adapted to ?t into said
ing the drawn wire, mechanism preceding said
‘coiling means forgcasting the wire being coiled‘
_ socket, said ring having a radial slot and a socket
in accordance with the desiredv diameter of the
extending inwardly from its outer periphery, and - coil, comprising abracket, a box supported on
screw means threadedly engaged in said i
a.
and having a projection seating in said ring
socket, said screw means being adapted to force
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d split ring tightly about said die.
' as. In a '
~---':v wing machine, a ?nishing
block upon which'dr'awn wire from said machine
is receivable, a ?nal die directly preceding said
block, meansto permit rigid setting of said die
to ‘cast the
therethrough at- the
proper angle in accordance with the curvature
of said surface upon. which the wire is receivable,
and means to adjustably
sition
said block to 310- ‘
d sin’iacein tangential alinement with
the wire as it is received.
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I 25, In a wiredrawing machine, casting mecha
nism comprising an adjustable die box, ‘an ad
said bracket, a ?nal die holding cup pivotally
mounted on a horizontal axis in said box, means 35.
extending in alignment with the axis of said cup
through said box for manually rocking said cup.
to the desired adjusted. position, and means to
lock said cup rocking means.
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31am a wiredrawing machine,’ wiredraw'lngi‘gn‘
mechanism, mechanism for‘ coiling the drawn
wire as it comes vfrom said wiredrawing mecha
, mechanism located intermediate‘s'aid wire
drawing mechanism‘ and said coiling mechanism ,
for casting the wire‘being coiled, said casting “as
comprising a bracket, a box having
horizontal and vertical adjustable’ engagement
mech
with respect toisaidbracket, a die cup in said box}
forv holding the ?nal drawing die, said die cup
justable die cup in saidbox, a ?exible split ring . being pivotally- mounted in said box, the vertical "
so
ior positioning the ?nal die in said cup, and
.' means extending inwardly from the exterior of
' said cup for clamping said ring upon said diem
' 26..In a wiredraw‘ing machine, casting mecha
adjustable axis of saidebox and the pivotal ams
of said die cup passing approximately through
ajcommon point'in the center of said die, and"
‘means for clamping said ?nal die tightly ‘within .
tal
nism
and'vertical
comprising adjustable
a bracket, aengagement
box having with
horizon;
re- ‘ .
t to said bracket, 9. die cup in said box for
‘holding the
“drawing die, said die cupbe- _,
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CERTIFICATE OF. CORRECTION.
Patent No. 2,107,799.
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February 8, 1958.
WILLIAM D. PIERSON, ET AL.
‘It is hereby certified that error appears in the ‘printed specification
of the above'ynumbered patent requiring correction as follows: Page 5, first
column, line 6,‘ claim 6,' before the word "die" insert die'box and said;
. and that the ‘said. Letters Patent should be read with this correction therein’ that the same may conform to the record of the’ case in the Patent ‘Office.
Signed. end sealed this 8th day of MerehLA, D. 1958.
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_ Henry Van Arsdale,
n (Seal)
Acting Commissioner of Patentsn
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