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March 8, 1938.
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H. NABHOLZ
SELVEDGE PRINTING APPARATUS 'FOR WOVEN GOODS
Fivled Feb. 10, 1936
2,110,306
Patented Mar. 8, 1938
2,110,306
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFlCE
2,110,306
SELVEDGE
PRINTING APPARATUS
WOVEN GOODS
FOR
Hans Nabholz, Zurich, Switzerland, assignor to
Maschinenfabrik Riiti vormals Caspar Honeg
ger, Ruti, Switerland
Application February 10, 1936, Serial No. 63,230
1 Claim.
Machines for printing trade marks or other
indications on the selvedges of clothare already
known; in such machines the cloth, which is al
ways slightly varying in width, is guided by a
5 special appliance generally actuated by com—
pressed air or by electricity, in such a way that
(or. 101-248)
placed the carrier 20 of the stamp plate 2|, ‘mov
able to the right and to the left by means of a key
and a groove. The shaft I9 is driven from the
guiding roller 1 by a chain by means of the chain
wheels 22a and 22b and by the spur gear wheels
23 and 24.
The boss of the stamp-bearer 2!! has a groove
the stamp is put onv the selvedge always at ex
actly the same distance from the cloth-border.
25, in which the end 26 of the spindle 21 enters,
In the apparatus according to the present in
the latter being guided in a box 28 in the support
10 vention it is not the cloth selvedge which is guided
ill by means of a key ?xed to the box 28 and a 10
under the stamp, but the stamp is displaced or groove along the spindle 21. The spindle 21 has
steered and follows the track of the selvedge.
a threaded surface and a chain wheel 33 with a
Further for getting exact prints it is necessary, corresponding threaded bore mounted thereon.
that all the letters of the stamp! are covered with Said wheel 33 is secured by its ?ange 34 to the
16 an even- ?lm of the ink; therefore it is necessary support is. Thus the wheel 33 when actuated 15
that the roller which applies the ink to the stamp causes the spindle 21 to slide inwardly or out
turn with the same circumferential speed as the ‘ wardly in its bearing and adjusts the stamp car
.
stamp and does so, before the stamp comes into rier 2B.
contact with the roller. If the speed of the roller‘
A pin 35a on the rod 35 which is placed at an
20 were less than the speed of the stamp then- the adequate distance of the roller l4 and which is 20
?rst letter of the mark would get too much ink ?xed to the spindle 21, indicates whether the
and produce an uneven print.
cloth-selvedge runs straight or whether its track
In the present invention a selvedge-printing deviates to the right or to the left. When such a
apparatus is shown, in which the stamp is steered
25 to follow exactly the selvedge-track and which is
provided with a special appliance for laying a thin
?lm of ink on the stamp by means of a roller, ro
tating with the same circumferential speed as the
stamp.
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35
The annexed drawing shows diagrammatically
are turned so that the spindle 2-1 is made to slide
along the key ?xed to the box 28, carrying with
it the stamp-carrier 20. The chain wheel 33 is 30
an embodiment of the invention:
turned. so long, until the track of the cloth sel
Fig. 1 is a side View of the selvedge printing
apparatus, ?xed to a Palmer cloth ?nishing ma
vedge coincides again with the pin 35a. The dis
tance between the pin 35a and the roller I4 is
chine;
such that the time wanted for the cloth to run
through this distance, is just sufficient for re 35
moving the spindle 21 so much that when the
part of the cloth which was deviating from the
straight track arrives on the roller M, then its
border runs at an unchanged distance of the
'
Fig. 2 shows the shaft-end of the stamp-bearer
and the parts for displacing the latter on th
shaft;
_
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Fig. 3 shows the ink-box and the ink rollers, and
as well as the stamp-bearer;
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deviation takes place, then the chain wheel 33 is
turned by the attendant of the machine by means 25
of the handwheel 30 on the steering post 29,
whereby the chain wheel 32 and the chain- also
,
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Fig. 4 shows some details of the stamp-bearer.
In order to show the working of the selvedge
printing apparatus, the latter is represented in
Fig. 1 applied to a felt-cloth calender, a so-called
Palmer, for ?nishing woven fabrics. I is the
45 frame of such a Palmer, 2 is a heated cylinder, 3
a guiding cylinder for the felt-cloth 4, and 5, 6, 1,
8, 9, Ill, II and I2 are guiding rollers for the
felt cloth. The fabric I1 runs through the Palmer
between the heated cylinder 2 and the felt cloth
50 4, and is conducted over the guiding rollers l3, l4,
l5, I6 and on its way one selvedge is marked by
the stamp of the selvedge-printing apparatus,
mounted on the supports I8, which are ?xed to
the Palmer.
These supports l8 carry a shaft l9, on which is
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stamp track.
The stamp-ink is poured in the box 36 and is
taken from there by a system of rollers 31, 38,
40
39, 40, 4!, driven from the shaft I9 by means of
the chain-wheels 42 and 43, the small shaft 44
and the toothed spur-wheels 45—46. These roll 45
ers 31-4! grind well the ink and transform it
into a thin ?lm, which is applied evenly on a
swinging’ roller 41, which by means of the cam
38, the ‘double lever 49 and the connecting rod 50
is oscillated about the pin 5|. The cam 48 is so 50
formed that the swinging roller 41 is brought
to a point in the track of the stamp before the
stamp arrives at that point. To the bearer 20 on
the side of the stamp 2| is screwed a segment
like piece 52, the track of which has exactly the 55
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diameter as the‘track or ‘the stamp; this
piecea52 rotates‘the roller 41 before the stamp
touches ‘it, whereby the circumferential speed
‘,of the roller 5I‘and of the stamp 20 will beex
'actly the same and the ink-?lm is evenly trans
ferred onto the stamp.
‘The printing by the stamp on the cloth-selr
not only to a Palmer, butto any kind of machine
through which cloth is conducted.
What I claim is:
In an apparatus for printing‘trade-marksor
‘ other indications on the selvedge of woven ‘cloth:
vpieces, without thecloth borders being forclbly
guided, the-combination with a member enabling
thev {attendant to’ ascertain- the deviation of‘ the
runs'over theroller 14, covered with rubber-and cloth border from'a straight line'at an adequate
' vedge takes place'at the moment when the cloth
by the bearing levers 53 on the shaft _ distance from the placev in the printing apparatus
.10 supported
54; by means of the handwheel 56, with spindle where the stamping takes place, ‘of means en
" 51 and the lever 55 the roller 54 is put into ‘the .
a
10
abling the attendant‘to laterally adjust the stamp
right ‘position according to the thicknessjof the’ : bearer. according to the said ‘deviation before the
deviating part ‘of the cloth has reached‘the said
. fabric:
place forthe purpose of obtaining‘ prints on the 15
15 " Obviously the present invention is not limited to
laterally ‘adjusted cloth border always {in the
v the features speci?cally mentioned above and ‘it
_
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must be understood that various constructional same distancefrom this border.
modi?cations may be-adopted within the scope of
' HANS NABHOIQZ.
" the said invention, and that it might be applied 1
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