close

Вход

Забыли?

вход по аккаунту

?

Патент USA US2108429

код для вставки
Feb. E5, 1938.,
l
c. BUSTAMANTE
2,103,429
CIGAR WRAPPING MACHINE
Filed' Sept. 28, 1935
e sheets-sheet 1
Feb. l, 1938.
c. BUSTAMANTE
2, l
CIGAR WRAPPING MACHINE
Filed Sept. 28, 1935
6 Sheets-»Sheet 2
Feb. l5,
'1‘
C. BUSTAMANTE
CIGAR WRA‘PPING MACHINE
Filed Sept. 28, 193‘5
s
2
6 Sheetsi-Sheet 5
,
INVENTOR;
'
(25er ßl/.sfamanë‘e'l _
HISATTORNEYS -
«
Feb., M, E938,
` . c. BUSTAMANTE
'
2,103,439 x
'CIGAR WRAPPING MACHINE
Filed Sept. 28, .1935
6 Sheets-Sheet 4
Feb- Ä, H93,
c. BUSTAMANTE
CIGAR
WRAPPING'
'$02429 i
MACHINE
ì
. Filed sept. 2s, 1935
i
'
e ’sheets-sheets»
ÍNVENTOR:
[É’Jar Bdsô‘amandej
‘
BY;
@wwbwhm1m
H l 5 ATTORN EYô ~
Feb. l5, E938.
_2,1 @M29
C. BUSTAMANTE
CIGAR WRAPPING MACHINE
Filed Sept. 28, 1935
5 Sheets-Sheet 6
BY:
H Í 5 ATTCRNEYS .
Patented Feb. 15, 1938
UNITED STATES PATENTY OFFICE
2,108,429
CIGAR-WRAPPING MACHINE
Cesar Bustamante, New York, N. Y.
Application September 28, 1935, Serial No. 42,567
.
, .
12
Claims.
(Cl. S13-2)
This invention concerns putting up cigars for
the market, and its chief object is to provide an
automatic special-machine for individually desig
nating and encasing the cigars and packing them
5 in boxes.
` A particular object of this invention is to pro
the rather substantial sums of moneyV entailed
inthe purchase and operation of the usual ma
chines, which are large and cumbersome.
Hence the present machine is relatively small
and compact, as well as light and inexpensive.
It is driven by the application of power from a
small electric motor, not shown, but rotating a
pulley I shown at the left of Fig. 1, by means of
v-ide a small, inexpensive, cigar-boxing machine
which will be particularly well adapted to the suitable power-transmission devices, not shown;
needs of the small-scale cigar manufacturer, yet
if desired, where electric power is not avail 10
l0 which will be rugged, serviceable, accurate, and , or,
able, a handle can be provided on the shaft of
capable of producing the same kind and quality pulley I, which can then be hand~operated to
of wrapping as the high-speed, expensive ma
chines used in largefactories where the daily operate the power-shaft and all mechanism and
output is sufficient to keep such a machine in
15 )fairly constant use.
`
'
The other'objects and advantages of the in
vention, las well as its construction and rule of
action, will be made manifest as this description
progresses.
20
The presently-preferred embodiment of the in
vention is shown in the accompanying drawings,
' but it >is to be understood that the invention is
limited in its embodiments only by the scope of
the sub-joined claims. In Said drawings,
25
Fig. 1 is a fragmentary, sectional front-eleva
tion of the upper part of the machine, at the in
ception ‘of its operation;
Fig. 2 lis a sectional right-end elevation of the
machine, part being broken away;
30
Fig. -3 is fa‘vertical section, on line 3-3 of
Fig. 1;
Fig. 4 isa-section on line 4-4 of Fig. 1;
Fig. 5 is a section o-n line 5-5 of Fig. 1;
Fig. `6 ’is a detail `section on line B-lì of Fig. '1;
Fig. ’l -»is adetail-section showing the wrapping
means in the first stage of the. wrapping-oper
ation;`
'
i
> ,'Fig. *8 lis a similar view showing the next step;
Fig. 9 is asimilar view showing the further
'40
step;
Fig. lOßis a similar view showing the final step
before boxing;
"
" Fig. 1l is a detailed view showing the action
of the Wrapper-end crimping members;
Fig. ~l2 is a detail-view showing the seating
means'for'the ends of the wrapper;
Fig. 13 is aV segregated detail of a portion of
Fig. f6;
'
Fig. ‘14.is-a sectional enlarged detail on line
‘50 -IIl--Ill of Fig. 4;
Fig.Y 15 is a horizontal sectional detail on line
'I5-«I5 of Fig. 14;
,
Fig. 16'is a detailed, fragmentary, plan-view of
the cellulose film lay-out;
Fig. »17 is a section, partly on line I'I-I'I of
55
Fig. 3, vand
Y
rFig. 18 is a section on line IB-lß of Fig. 17.
. The machine is primarily intended for cigar
`manufacturers who, having a relatively small
¿60 .outputiandçsmall,sp-ace, do not wish to. lay out
moving parts driven thereby.
,
»
Power applied to the pulley I rotates a main'
drive shaft 2 which drives a counter-shaft 2' by
means of a pinion 200 and a gear 2IlI.
A cam
56 is rigidly ñxed on shaft 2', and coacts with
a follower 3, on one end of an arm 4 pivoted on a
shaft A5, the other end of the arm being pivoted 20
to a Vvertical rack B to reciprocate same once per
revolution of the cam. The rack 6 has teethil
engaging with a pinion 8 of a shaft 9. A friction
roller I9 is keyed to shaft 9, and a web of cellu
lose film II is threaded under and between vari 25
ous instrumentalities lying Vto the right inV Fig.
-1 and to'be later described, and over the roller
Ii)V and on to the left-wards, as seen in Fig. l.
A driver-spur I2 is also keyed on shaft 9 and
meshes with a driven‘spur I3 on a shaft Ill 30
mounted at either end in one end of two spring
restrained bell-cranks I1 having vertical arms
I6 by which roller l5 can be elevated to thread '
in the cellulose nlm.
As shown in Fig. 17,- the roller »I9 on shaft 9 is 35
provided with a one-Way clutch, comprising a
member 5D adapted to'smoothly slide, in one di
rection, past stops 5I, but catching against them
when the direction is reversed. Thus, the rod 6,
on its up stroke catches against »the stops 5i, and
thus >rotates the roller IEI, but on the down stroke
of member 6, the member 5i] slides past stops 5I
`and the roller lll is unaffected; hence, the'roller
can be rotated in only that direction which pulls
the cellulose to the left, towards the cigar. rest 45
ing between members I9 as shown in Fig. 4.
The machine is adapted to receive completely
rolled, but entirely bare, cigars, A, one at a time,
on a predetermined, issued length of the cellulose
~film when the shaft 2’ has turned enough to 50
`force same against a stop I8.
As best seen in
Fig. 16, the machine is provided with two ver
tically superimposed pairs of spaced rods I9, one
atop, and one underneath, the cellulose to be
wrapped around the cigars. A cigar band M0 is 55
adapted to be placed transversely underneath the
Acigar flat on top of the cellulose ñlm, and is
located, guided, and positioned laterally by a
stop fltII, and longitudinally of the cigar, by a
_stop 412, both stopsV being Amounted on a trans 60
2
2,108,429
verse rod or shaft 413. The shaft 413 is adapted
to be rotated to raise the stops up out of the
way of the descending pusher, etc. by means
of a cam follower 413’ on a shaft coacting with
a cam 413” on the face of cam 20 and therefore
rotating with it in timed sequence so as to raise
the stops when the pusher descends.
The cigar is placed by hand on the cellulose
film after the band is placed over the ñlm, as
in Fig. 16, and the cigar, the band, and the
cellulose iilm, are all wrapped together automati
cally, the cellulose film, when sealed, sufficiently
holding the band in place. To this end a mech
anism is provided including a cam 29 keyed t0
15 shaft 2', which cam by means of a follower 2|,
operates both a pusher 22 and a knife 23, the
knife reaching the Zone of operations before the
pusher. The follower 2l is mounted on an arm
24 journaled directly on a shaft 25, the other arm
20 24, as shown in Fig. 13, being journaled on a
sleeve 25’ mounted on shaft 25 and operating
independently thereof.
When a predetermined length of the film is
fed out into the operating zone, the continuous
25 rotation of shaft 2’ causes knife 23 to shear oli
the desired length of film and the pusher 22
descends and forces the cigar and cut-olf iilm
downwardly together into the machine, the cigar
on top of the film and the band lying between
30 the cigar and the film underneath the cigar, and
the ensuing wrapping action causes the band to
completely encircle the cigar and the cellulose
film to completely wrap both, and the ensuing
sealing operations obviate the necessity for gum
ming or gluing the ends of the band together
around the cigar, the same being held tightly
in place by the tight cellulose sheath.
To carry out said wrapping operations, the cut
iilm, cigar, etc. are forced downwardly into a
40 throat 26, provided in a spring-clip holder 21.
The holder 21 consists of two spring metal parts,
both mounted on a basket-like, bracket member
30 and more solid pieces of metal 29’ on the other
side of the throat, all being slotted as shown in
Fig. 1 to permit of entry of pivoted, cam-oper
ated, folding ñngers 28, 29 shown best in Figs. 7
to 10 inclusive.
The basket member is mounted
on a shaft 5.
The rotation of shaft 2’ rotates a cam 51
thereon which operates a cam follower 58 mount
ed on the end of an arm 58', the arm 58’ being
mounted on the shaft 5. This action revolves
the basket 38 also mounted on shaft 5 to the right
in Fig. 8, past a cam HU. The fingers 29 are
formed with a roller |09 thereon, and when the
cam l I0 and roller contact, the fingers are moved
to the left as shown in Fig. 8, and when the cam
and roller move out of contact, the fingers 29
spring into the gaps 32. By this action they
60 press the left upper edge 33 of the film down onto
the cigar along the entire length of the cigar,
and leave same projecting beyond the ends, as
shown having done in Fig. 8, where they have
finished and withdrawn. Fingers 28, on the mem
65 ber 28', released from stop III by said rotation,
then fold the other edge, 34, down on the cigar
in overlapping relationship over the iirst down
folded edge. A heating-iron, or electric heater,
35, is provided on an arm 36 mounted on a shaft
31 and is operated by a cam 460 (Fig. 4) on shaft
2', said cam cooperating with a follower 401', a
rocker 49|, and a tappet 402 acting on an arm
433 mounted on a shaft 31. The iron 35 is pref
erably heated by an electric circuit, the wires of
75 which are shown, and applies the heat and pres'
sure which are necessary to make the said over
lapping edges of the cellulose film adhere to each
other throughout the length of the film.
In order to properly fold or wrap the ends of
the cigar, an apertured-arm 6| is provided on the Cp
same shaft 31 as heating-iron 35, and is engaged
by a member 65', and is adapted to have the
ends of the cigar-casing brought against it by
the continued, or extreme, rotation to the right
of the basket 30, achieved by cam 51 at this junc
ture. The member 6| carries a spring-covered
lug 62 on one side of its aperture, and a spring
held finger 63 on the other.
Member 63 is nor
mally out of the path of the cigar in the swinging
basket. Rotation of the shaft 2’ at this time
results in bringing basket 36 against the spring
held lug 63, (as in Fig. 9) which lug is pushed
downwardly, pushing the film inwardly, radially
folding it as shown in Fig. 9. The lug when re
leased, then snaps back to vertical position. The 20
resultant effect is a radially and longitudinally
flattened formation at the ends of the cigar, and
at this juncture, one jaw, 64, of a. pair of crimpers
mounted on a shaft 31 is brought into action
by the movement of a cam 560 (Fig. 3), located 25
on arm 4, against a roller 50i, which operates
shaft 31, Fig. 10. This jaw 64 coacts with another
jaw 65, mounted on a shaft 95’, which shaft is
operated by a roller 592 (Fig. 3) operated by the
lower face of cam 580. The two jaws effectuate
the crimping and folding shown in Figs. 9, 10, and
11, respectively, seizing the folded ends and bend
ing them upwardly and back against the body
of the cigar, the cigar ending up with the wrap
per in the condition shown in Fig. 12, where these
crimped ends are being stuck.
The rotation of cam 51 pulls member 30 down
to the right from the nearly upright position of
Figs. 4 and '7 into the nearer horizontal posi
tion of Fig. 9, thus clearing the basket of sup 40
porter 3l, after the action of cam 50| has caused
same to push and advance the longitudinally
sealed cigar downwardly into the position shown
by the lower cigar in Fig. 8.
A pusher 66 is provided on the same shaft as
jaw 64 to advance the now completely folded,
but not yet sealed, cigar onto the lower end of a
ramp 61, filled with cigars as shown. When the
next cigar after cigar B leaves the pusher 66,
a spring-held detent, or stop, 68, is moved by
the now leftwardly moving basket, down out of
the way and the incoming newest cigar pushes
the next to newest up against the third-to-new
est, thus advancing the whole inclined train of
cigars upwardly on the ramp 61 against the ac
tion of gravity. Just before this juncture, a cam
55 on shaft 2', by means of a follower 69 on an
arm 69', moves shaft 5 and basket 36 slightly
farther to the right, in Fig. 10, and then way
over to the left, to be in a position to receive an
60
other incoming cigar, in its top, in the spring
clip holder. The finger 29 is operated by roller
109 engaging against cam IIB at this juncture,
opening same, and finger 28 is similarly operated
by member l l i, due to the leftward movement of 65
the basket.
Heating-irons Gl’, 6l' are swivelled on arm
6i adjacent the crimped and folded ends of the
cigars, so as to be able to rotate about an axis
perpendicular to the plane of Fig. 12, and their
inner ends are weighted with heavy material,
as at 6l". The heaters are pressed inwardly
against the ends of the cigar, as long as it is in
position, by means of the weight, and are re
leased by cams 903 mounted von the basket 30
3
and operated ,thereby as shown in Figs. .4 andyô,
one acting upwardly on the inner .endsof weights
61 -”, as ,showt-,1in „Figß "5. The »heaters apply heat
and pressure for a sufficient »length of time to
5 „make the vcrimps and `,folds stick together ¿to-fthe
body of the cellulose wrapper, as shown in Fig.
the ipk-transfer paper, traversed coordinately
with the passage at right angles of the cellulose
nlm, is halted when the die impacts it, the print
ing dies printing onecolor of the two color label
on the film in location v3MB, theprinting opera
tions being timed with the advance of the nlm
‘12; A spring holder 904 is ,provided `to keep »the
freshly stuck edges ,of the cellulose wrapper from
unfolding.
,
The last-mentioned step of applying heat and
pressure to lthe crimped ends of the wrapper com.
through the machine, the other color being print
ed on the film in between the printings of the
ñrst color, andV in a similar manner, at platen
Sill.
10
The thus-printed cellulose film passes thence
pletes the wrapping >process and the .cigar will
be ,completely ,encased within an airtight, im
pervious, but ltransparent material. The encased
cigar is forced against the lower side of .the
lowermost cigar _on a ramp B1 adjacent the bas,
ket Si). lThe ramp is provided at its upper end
`with a loading platform l I3. The encased cigars
are advanced upwardly _on the ramp by forcing
the last encased cigar against the lower end of
the line of cigars. When a newly-encased .cigar
is added to the line of cigars on the ramp, there
is a forward, upward movement of the cigars
thereon, resulting in the uppermost cigar on the
' ramp being urged onto the loading platform and
under an idler roller 93', and then enters and
traverses the puller, or feed, mechanism shown
best in Fig. 3, and thence to the cigar.
The machine has been described in conjunc
tion with a cigar of the relative size shown, but
means are provided for adapting the machine to
operate upon cigars of any diameter or length
likely to be encountered in present practice.
These means comprise, of course, the already de- 20
'
scribed variable-position set screw i3 which can
be slid `along the rods i9 to various positions,
depending upon the various lengths of cigars to
be operated upon; means for varying the spacing
of the heaters 6l’ to accommodate cigars of 25
into the position shown in dotted lines in Fig.
14. After `a group :of cigars corresponding in
number to the size of the box to be ñlled has
accumulated on the platform H3, the group of
cigars thereon is advanced »to the right (Figs.
4 and 14) by means of a hand-operated pusher
l I4, slidably mounted upon a rod l I5 and adapt
ed to be .carried and supported by an arm pro
jecting through the slot i25. The pusher H4
varying lengths; and also a set screw arrange
ment 'Süß moving a movable block Sill closer to,
or farther away from, the base block on which
screw Silo is mounted, to thereby vary the trans
verse spacing of the cigar holding, film-folding, 30
and crimping mechanisms already described,
whereby to accommodate cigars of different
thicknesses.V
In the following claims, by “legending the
gaging the rearmost end of the cigars as they
artic1e",'I mean to include the printing, emboss
ing; or otherwise labeling of the wrapper,V or
a short ramp 38 mounted on an extensible bar
the like, by applying same to the wrapper, in
carries a scraper bar IIB for simultaneously en
f other means of visually communicating a desig
are pushed along.
At the right-side of the platform 1s provided nation such as a trade-mark, advertisement, or
40 39 having stops 40, provided with wing-nuts 4l
to vary the width between the stops andV thus
receive a variable number of cigars. The in
coming, or to-be-top layer, pushes under the
layer already resting on ramp 38 and forces this
45 layer up against a stop 42.
The cigar box to be filled is frictionally-held,
resting on a shelf d3, by having each end piece
44” entered between two leaf-springs 45, with the
lid 46 hanging down. When the two layers have
been pushed against the bottom of the boX, the
stop 42 is raised and the box is removed and
flipped into a horizontal position, whereupon the
two layers of cigars fall into their usual hori
zontal, transverse position in the box, which is
55 then ready for use.
Means are provided for legending, or print
ing, the wrappers in two colors. As seen in Fig.
1,l clean, imprinted, cellulose ñlm,-at least wide
enough to encompass up to the largest size cigar,
60 and of the usual thickness, is fed into the right
end of the machine from a suitable supply roll,
not shown. Referring‘to Fig. 2, the power shaft
carries, near its right-end, a bell-crank 80 hav- '
ing an armâi bearing a roller $2 coacting with a
cam 93 on the same-shaft as_the cams 56„etc.,
an arm 83 bearing a roller coacting with an actu
ator-pawl 84 adapted to further drive a gear 85
to turn a puller-roller 86 for feeding a Vheat
transfer printing pap-er 8T transverse theima
chine underneath the cellulose ñlm at each’of
two adjustable platenV heads, 300, 30|, asbest
seen in Fig. 1. A third arm 88 of the bell-crank
lever is engaged under a pin 89 on a rod 90
carrying an electric heater 9| under a printing
die 92 containing the desired legend.
Thereby
addition to wrapping the band around the cigar. `40
I claim:
1. In a cigar wrapping machine, a support for
a sheet of wrapping material comprising a pair
of rods spaced horizontally to receive a cigar be
tween them, means for feeding a length of wrap
ping material over said rods, a stop adjustable
longitudinally with respect to said rods to posi
45
tion a cigar on said wrapping material, means
for wrapping said material around said cigar,
a pair of pivoted grippers for sealing the 50
wrapper `around the cigar.
Y
2. In a cigar wrapping machine, a support for
a sheet of wrapping material comprising a pair
of rods spaced horizontally to receive a cigar
between them, means for feeding a length of 55
wrapping material over said rods, a stop adjust
able longitudinally with vrespect to said rods to
position a cigar on said wrapping material, means
for wrapping’said material around said cigar, in
cluding means forV pushing said cigar down 60
wardly between said rods, and means for folding
the side> edges of- said wrapping> material in
war‘dl‘y around the cigar, and a pair of pivoted '
grippers for sealing the ends of the wrapper.
3. In a cigar wrapping machine, a support for 65
a` sheet of wrapping material comprising a pair
of rods spaced horizontally to receive a cigar be
tween them, means for feeding a length of wrap-A
ping material over said rods, means for position
ing a cigar on said wrapping lmaterial, and 70
means for wrapping saidl material around said
cigar, including means for pushing said cigar
downwardly between said rods, a movable sup
port for receiving and supporting the cigar after
it has been pushed downwardly between said 75
4
2,108,429
rods, and means for folding the side edges of
said wrapping material inwardly around the
cigar while it is being supported by said movable
support.
4. A cigar wrapping machine, a support for a
sheet of wrapping material comprising a pair of
bars spaced horizontally to receive a cigar be
tween them, means for feeding a length of wrap
ping material over said rods, means for position
ing a cigar on said wrapping material, and means
for wrapping said material around said cigar,
including means for pushing said cigar down
wardly between said rods, a pivoted member
having a restricted passage therethrough for
15 receiving the cigar after it has been pushed
downwardly between said rods, a pivoted member
for supporting the cigar in said restricted pas
sage, and means for folding the side edges of
the wrapping material inwardly about the cigar
20 while it is supported in said restricted passage.
5. In a cigar wrapping machine a support for
a sheet of wrapping material comprising a pair
of rods spaced horizontally to receive a cigar
between them, means for feeding a length of
25 wrapping material over said rods, a stop adjust
able longitudinally with respect to said rods to
position a cigar on said wrapping material, means
for pushing said cigar downwardly between said
rods, a pivoted member having a restricted pas
30 sage for receiving the cigars after they have
been pushed downwardly between said rods,
means for supporting the cigars in said restricted
passage, and means for folding the side edges of
said wrapping material about the cigar while it
is supported in said restricted passage.
6. In a cigar wrapping machine a support for
a sheet of Wrapping material comprising a pair
of rods spaced horizontally to receive a cigar be
tween them, means for feeding a length of wrap
ping material over said rods, a stop adjustable
longitudinally with respect to said rods to posi
tion a cigar on said wrapping material, means
for pushing said cigar downwardly between said
rods, a pivoted member having a restricted pas
sage for receiving the cigars after they have been
pushed downwardly between said rods, means for
supporting the cigars in said restricted passage,
and means for folding the side edges of said
wrapping material about the cigar while it is
supported in said restricted passage, and means
for applying heat to the edges of the wrapping
material to cause them to adhere together.
7. In a cigar wrapping machine a support for
a sheet of Wrapping material comprising a pair of
rods spaced horizontally to receive a cigar be
tween them, means for feeding a length of wrap
ping material over said rods, a stop adjustable
longitudinally with respect to said rods to posi
tion a cigar on said wrapping material, means
for pushing said cigar downwardly between said
per about the cigar being cam-controlled and
operating inxsynchronism.
8. In a cigar wrapping machine a support for
a sheet of wrapping material comprising a pair
of rods spaced horizontally to receive a cigar be
tween them, means for feeding a length of Wrap
ping material over said rods, a stop adjustable
longitudinally with respect to said rods to posi
tion a cigar on said wrapping material, means
for pushing said cigar downwardly between said
rods, a pivoted member having a restricted pas
sage, one side of which is formed of resilient ma
terial, for receiving the cigars after they have
been pushed downwardly between said rods,
means for supporting the cigars in said restricted
passage, and means for folding the side edges
of said wrapping material about the cigar while
it is supported in said restricted passage.
9. In a cigar-wrapping machine, a support for
a sheet of wrapping material comprising a pair 20
of members spaced horizontally to receive a cigar
between them, means for feeding a length of
wrap-ping material over said members, a stop for
accurately positioning a label on the length of
wrapping material over said members, a stop
adjustable horizontally with respect to said mem
bers for positioning a cigar on said length of
wrapping material and the label thereon, and
means for simultaneously wrapping said label
and the wrapping material about a cigar thereon. 30
10. In a cigar-wrapping machine, a support for
a sheet of wrapping material comprising a pair
of horizontally spaced rods, means for feeding
a length of wrapping material over said rods,
means for positioning a cigar while supported
on said wrapping material and between said rods,
and means for wrapping said material around
said cigar, said wrapping means including means
for pushing said cigar downwardly between said
rods and means for folding the side edges of said 40
wrapping material inwardly around the cigar.
1l. In a cigar-wrapping machine, a support for
a sheet of wrapping material comprising a pair
of horizontally spaced rods, means for feeding
a length of wrapping material over said rods,
means for positioning a cigar while supported
on said wrapping material and between said rods,
and means for wrapping said material around
said cigar, said Wrapping means including pivoted
means for pushing said cigar downwardly be
tween said rods and means for folding the side
edges of said wrapping material inwardly around
the cigar.
12. In a cigar-wrapping machine, a support for
a sheet of wrapping material comprising a pair
of horizontally spaced rods, means for feeding
a length of wrapping material over said rods,
means for positioning a cigar on said Wrapping
material between said rods, means for wrapping
said material around said cigar, including means
rods, a pivoted member having a restricted pas
for pushing said cigar downwardly between said
sage for receiving the cigars after they have been
pushed downwardly between said rods, means for
supporting the cigars in said restricted passage,
and means for folding the side edges of said
wrapping material about the cigar while it is
supported in said restricted passage, the opera
rods and means for folding the side edges of
tion of said pushing means, the means for sup
porting the cigars in said restricted passage, and
the means for folding the side edges of the wrap
said wrapping material inwardly about the cigar,
a member having separate receiving and dis
charge openings for receiving the cigar after it
has been pushed downwardly between said rods,
means for supporting the cigar while in said
member, and means for discharging the cigar
through the discharge opening of said receiving
member.
CESAR BUSTAMANTE.
Документ
Категория
Без категории
Просмотров
0
Размер файла
1 113 Кб
Теги
1/--страниц
Пожаловаться на содержимое документа