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April 5, 1938;
B. M. SHIPLEY ET AL
2,113,412
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Patented Apr. 5, 1938
7UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE
2,113,412
ACCOUNTING MACHINE
Bernis M. Shipley, Pascal Sburlino, and Everett H.
Placke, Dayton, Ohio, as'signors to The National
Cash Register Company, Dayton, Ohio, a cor
poration of Maryland
Original application June 28, 1933, Serial No. 677,
980. Divided and this application July 27,
1936, Serial No. 92,705
18 ‘Claims. (Cl. 235—3)
Fig. 13 is a detail view of the means for crip
‘This invention relates to the type of cash reg
pling part of the automatic latch-breaking mech
isters known as accounting machines, and more
anism when a key is depressed in the ?rst trans
action bank.
particularly to the type of accounting machines
used byLbanking and similar institutions. This
case is a'division of applicants’ pending applica
tion Serial No. 677,980, ?led June 28, 1933.
The primary. object of this invention is to pro
vide a machine. adapted for use by banking and
similar institutions.
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7 Fig. 14 is a side view depicting the manner in
Fig. 15 is a diagrammatic view showing one
amount bank, the three transaction banks, the
total plate control keys, and the starting bar of 10
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Other" objects of the present invention are to
provide means for automatically line-spacing the
traveling carriage vwhen certain transactions are
the present machine. -
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being computed, and to furnish novel means for
tion which is possible with the present machine.
Fig. 18 is a facsimile of a fragment of another
ledger card.
Fig. 19 is a facsimile of a portion of a proof
erence to the drawings which accompany and
form part of this speci?cation.
card.
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Fig. 22 is a front elevation of the sliding table
or traveling carriage with which the present ma
Fig. 23 is a fragmentary end view as observed
Fig. 5 is a cross section showing an amount
from the right, showing the method of mounting
the sliding table to the machine.
Fig. 24 is a front view of the sliding table show 35
Fig. 6 is a sectional view of one of the transac
- tion banks and its associated
di?erential mech
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\ ing, in a general way, the escapement mechanism.
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Fig. '7 isa cross ‘section of. the mechanism for '
positioningthetotal plate.
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Fig. ,8 isa top plan view of the auxiliary to
0 talizer audits differential mechanism.
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chine is equipped.
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bank and its associated» di?erential mechanism.
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which automatically controls the line-spacing of
the sliding table.
Fig.’ 3 is an elevation of the right side frame
1, showing the cycle control mechanism.
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Fig. 4 is a ‘detail view of the transfer mecha
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Fig. 21 is a front ‘elevation of the mechanism 25
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nism for the auxiliary totalizer.
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printing mechanism.
Fig. 2 is a side elevation showing in detail the
mechanism for releasing the machine by means
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Fig. 20 is a front elevation of a portion of the
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Fig. 1 is a perspective of the complete machine.
of the total keys.
The cams are shown as they ap
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pear looking from the rear of the machine.
Fig. 17 is a facsimile of a fragment of a ledger
or account card illustrating one form of transac
With these and incidental objects in view, the
invention consists of certain novel features of
construction and combinations of parts, the es
sential elements of .which are set forth in ap
pended claims and a preferred form or embodil
) ment of which is herenafter described with ref
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Fig. 16 is a‘ diagrammatic view of the balance
totalizer shifting cam and the auxiliary totalizer
shifting cam.
controlling the line—spacing means:
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Of said drawings:
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which the automatic latch-breaking mechanism
is controlled by the third transaction bank.
Fig. 25 is a front view showing in detail the
escapement mechanism and part of its control
ling mechanism.
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Fig. 26 is a' detail ‘view showing-the escapement 40
releasing mechanism in ineffective position.
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Fig. ‘9. is a side elevation illustrating‘ apart of
the interlockingqmechanism between the trans
‘ Fig. 27 isa detail view showing the escapement
action banks, the total keys, and the machine ' releasing ‘mechanism in effective position.
releasing- mechanisrm-
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Fig. 28 is an end view of the controlling mech
anism. for the sliding table escapement mecha 45
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,Fig. 10; isa detallvview-of part'of-the machine
releasingmechanlsm.
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Fig.1 11 is a sectional'view taken just to the
. right of an ‘amount bankshowing the mecha
nism for, controlling the machine differentials in
read and reset operations; ‘
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Fig. 12 is a-sideelevation vas observed from the
right, showing. the differential latch mechanism
for the first transaction bank, :and'? the mecha
nism for automatically breaking said latch ‘mech
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_ Fig. 29 is'a top view of part of the machine
shown in Fig. 28.
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Fig. 31 is a top view of the operating yoke for
the automatic line-spacingiméchanism. _
' Fig. 32 is a detail view of a part of the mecha
nism shown in Fig. 29.
anism.
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Fig. 30 is a front view of a part of the mecha
nism shown in Fig. 28.
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clutch mechanism has been disengaged near the
end of an operation. Further explanation of this
operating mechanism is deemed unnecessary, as
reference may be had to the previously mentioned
patents if a more detailed description is desired.
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The present invention is embodied in a ma
chine of the type illustrated and described in
Letters Patent of the United States Nos. 1,619,796,
1,747,397, and 1,761,542 issued respectively March
1," ‘1927, February 18, 1930, and June 3, 1930, to
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B.‘ M. Shipley, and the copending application of
M. M. Goldberg, filed August 27, 1931, Serial No.
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559,720.
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building and loan associations or similar banking
institutions where individual records are kept of 101
Such mechanism of the present machine as is
‘of standard construction, having been used in,
former machines, will be but brie?y treated in
both the general description and the detailed de
15 scription to follow. However, reference may be
had to the patents and' application referred to
each member's account.’ Such accounts are fre
quently balanced, which includes the setting up
of an old balance, the ‘addition of credits to and
the subtraction of debits from such old balance,
and a new balance arrived at by ascertaining the
result of the foregoing computations. With such
a system in mind, let us examine the keyboard of
above and hereinafter for a more detailed descrip
tion of the mechanism not thoroughly treated
herein.
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The machine of the present invention, while
shown embracing a system for use by building
this machine.
Calling attention to Figs. 1, 5, and 11, the ma
chine as illustrated has nine amount banks II4,
each containing nine amount keys H5. vEach
and loan associations, is very ?exible in its na
for use by various other business institutions
25 where debits and credits are constantly being
made against old balances, and new balances ar
amount bank carries a zero stop lever IIO, ar
ranged to cooperate with the nose of a reset 25
spider II'I loosely mounted on a hub I04 of a
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differential actuator I24, which in turn is pivoted
on a hub II8,extending between two plates II9
The machine embodying this invention is also
provided with a novel mechanism for auto
30 matically line-spacing the record cards and has
(see also Fig. 8) supported by rods extending be
tween the'main frames I04 and I0'I of the ma 30
chine. I'I'he spider III has a notch I2I which
novel means for controlling that automatic mech
anism.
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Amount keys
ture and with slight alterations may be adapted
rived at.
Keyboard
For illustrative purposes let us assume that the
present machine has been arranged for use by
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embraces a stud I22 in the nose of a latch arm
Operating mechanism
I23 pivoted ona differential actuator I 24. Shift
ably mounted ‘on the actuator. I 24 by means of the
arm I23 and another arm I25 is a latch I20. 35
The arm I25 has a foot I21 arranged to cooperate
with a notch in a driving segment I29 connected
by a link I29, (Fig. 5) to a cam lever I30 loosely
mounted on a stud carried by one of the plates
‘ H9. The cam lever I30 cooperates with com
The machine of the present invention is pref
erably operated by means of the usual electric
motor. Releasing the machine for operation
automatically closes the electrical circuit and
40 clutches the motor to the driving mechanism of
the machine, from which it is automatically de-
clutched after the machine has operated through
the proper'number of cycles. As this motor and
clutch and releasing mechanism are of con
45 ventional design, they have not been illustrated
herein and will not be further described. How
ever, if further description is desired, reference
may be had to Letters Patent of the United
States No. 1,144,418 granted June 29, 1915, to
50 Kettering and Chryst.
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panion cams I 3I and I32 secured on the shaft I00.
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In add operations, the shaft I06 makes one
clockwise ‘rotation, thereby rocking the lever I30
and the segments I29 first clockwise, as viewed in
Fig. '5, then counter-clockwise to their normal
positions.
There is a differential actuator unit
like that explained above for each amount bank.
and each differential unit is supported between
two of the plates H9. The entire assembly of
differential units is held intact by means of a
by means of a crank (not shown) connected to . rod I33 extending through the hubs IIO.
If no key is depressed in an amount bank, the
the right end of a shaft I00 (Fig. 3). Secured to
the left end of the shaft I00 is a pinion‘ IOI (Fig. zero-stop lever engages the nose of the reset
3) which cooperates with a gear I02 pivoted on spider II'I, forcing the foot I21 out of the notch
a stud I03 secured in a main-right frame I04. in the segment I28 and forcing the nose of the
The gear I02 meshes with a gear I05 secured on latch I20 into one of a series, of notches I34
‘the right-hand end of a main cam shaft I00, one ~ in a plate I30‘ supported by one of the plates
end of which is ~journaled in the right frame I04, II9. This breaks the latch in the zero position.
the other end being journaled in a'left frame I01 If one of the keys H5 is depressed in an amount
If desired, the machine may be hand-operated
(Fig. 6). The ledger frames 90 and 91 and the
main frames I04 and I01, between which the bulk
of the machine mechanism is supported, are
mounted on a machine base 90 (Figs. 22 and 23).
66 Depressing a starting bar I 08 releases the shaft
I00 for rotation. The machine may then be
operated by means of the hand crank and its
associated mechanism.
Secured on the right end of the shaft I00
(Fig. 3) is a cam I09 which cooperates with a
roller IIO pivotally mounted on. a lever III loose
on a stud I I2 secured in the frame I04. A strong
spring H3 is tensioned to urge the lever II I up
' ward and, through the roller “0 and the cam I09,
75 assist the shaft I00 to its home position after the
bank, the differential actuator I24 travels clock 60
wise until the latch I20 engages the stem of the
depressed key, causing the latch to break in the
proper position, thereby differentially setting the
actuator. After the foot I2‘! is forced out of the
notch in the segment I28, the segment is free to 65
continue its clockwise movement and an arcuate
surface I 30 thereon engages the sole of the foot
I21 to lock the actuator I 24 in its set position.
Return movement home of the segment I28 re
leases the' latch I26 and returns ‘the latch and
actuator to normal position.
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Transaction keys
The machine of the present invention has four
‘totalizer lines, three lines of interspersed. to
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talizers I38, I39, and I40 (Figs. 5 and 11.), and
an add-subtract or balance totalizer “I. The
totalizer lines I38 and I39 each have nine sets
of totalizer wheels, which are actuated by the
differential actuators I24. ~The actuators I24
have three sets of teeth, one set for each of the
. totalizers I38 and I39 and a set for the add
subtract totalizer MI. The lines 838 and E39
are shiftable laterally‘ in order that the desired
10 set of totalizer wheels may be alined with the
di?erentialaotuators I24. A row of keys M2
(Figs. 1 and 15) controls the selection of the
totalizers on line I38 and a row of keys 943
controls the selection of the totalizer on line 639.
15 The mechanism which shifts the totalizers iat
erally is old in the art and therefore will not be
explained, but reference may be had to Patent
No. 1,394,256 issued October 18, 1921, to F. L.
Fuller for a detailed description of this mecha
20' nism.
The add-subtract or balance totalizer “I has
two sets of wheels, a positive set and a negative
set. The keys I 42, in addition to selecting the
totalizers on line I38, also select the positive side
25 of the add-subtract totalizer for engagement with
the di?erential actuators, and the keys I43 like
wise select the negative side of the balance to
talizer for engagement with the differentials.
In'add operations, after the segments I28 have
30 reached the end of their movement clockwise,
‘ thereby setting the differential actuators H24
commensurate with the amount keys depressed,
the selected set of totalizer wheels on one of the
lines I38 or I39 (Fig. 5) and the proper side of
35 the add-subtract totalizer are moved into engage
ment with the teeth on the differential actuators
I24. The segments I28Ithen start their return
movements, picking up all the differential actu
ators I24 and returning them to their home po
40 sitions. This rotates the wheels of the selected
totalizer commensurate with the amount set up
on the keyboard. The‘ totalizers are then disen=
gaged from the differential actuators I24. Thev
differential actuators
I24 have incorporated
45 therein the usual transferring mechanisms for
adding one to the next higher order wheel when
the lower order wheel passes from 9 to zero.
These transfer mechanisms are old and will not
be further explained here, as reference may be
had to the patents referred to hereinbefore for a
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complete description thereof.
Printer actuating mechanism
Calling attention to Fig. 5, pivoted on each
55 differential actuator I24 is a beam I44 bifurcated
to embrace a stud I45 in a link I46. The link
I46 exends between a toothed segment I41 loose
ly mounted on a shaft I48 pivoted between the
main frames of the'machine and an arm of a
60 gear segment I49 loose on a shaft I150. The seg
ment I49 cooperates with a gear I6I secured on a
shaft I62, which cooperates with the well known
printer rack mechanism to position the printer
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engages one of the tooth spaces therein to assist _
in alining the printing mechanism.
Cycle control mechanism
Calling attention to Fig. 3, in add operations
the shaft I 06 makes one revolution to operate the
differential mechanism through one cycle of
movement. In read and reset operations it is
necessary that the di?erential mechanism op
erate through two cycles of movement. There 10
fore, it is necessary to rotate the shaft I06 two
complete revolutions in such operations. This
is accomplished by means of cycle‘control mech
anism which controls the disengaging of the mo
tors clutch in a manner now to be described. _
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Journaled between the main frames I04 and
I01 is a key lock shaft I61 having secured on its
right end an arm I68 carrying a stud I66 em
braced by a slot in the upper end of a link I10
bifurcated on its lower end to receive a stud in a
pitman i'li slotted to embrace the stud I03. The
lower end of the pitman I1I is pivotally connected
to an arm i112 journaied on a stud I13 carried by
the frame tilt. The arm I12 has an extension I16
connected by a link 915 to an arm I16 secured on
a zero latch throwout shaft I11 (see also Fig. 9)
extending through the machine and journaled in
the main frames GM and I01.
The link tilt has a stepped opening I18 which
cooperates with a stud 819 in a cam arm I80 30
pivoted _on the stud its (Fig. 3). The arm 880
carries a roller E86 which cooperates with a cam
‘race B82 in the gear B62. The race N32 has di
ametrically opposed cam sections which cooperate
with the roller Wit near the end of each cycle 35
of movement to rock the arm I80 ?rst clockwise,
then back to normal position. Retained in
slot
in the link 318 by means of a projection is a
spring Q83 operatively connected to the arm 568,
which spring is compressed to urge the shaft 861 40
clockwise.
In Fig. 3 the cycle control mechanism is shown
in its normal or adding position. Releasing the
machine for an add operation by depressing the
motor bar I08 frees the shaft E61 to the action
of the spring I83, which forces the shaft clock
wise until the arm I68 strikes a stop stud H86
secured in the frame I04. This movement of the
shaft I61 engages the motor clutch and locks the
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amount' keys in the well known manner.
As previously explained, the shaft “it makes
one revolution clockwise in add operations and
the gear I02 makes one-half revolution counter
clockwise. Just as the gear I02 is completing
its movement, the arm I80 is rocked clockwise 55
and back, as previously explained, and
the
stud I18 at this time engages the top step in the
opening I18, the link I10 receives its maximum
downward movement. This declutches the motor
from the driving mechanism and releases the de 60
pressed keys in the usual manner.
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In totai taking operations, both read and reset,
it is necessary that the shaft I06 make two clock
wise revolutions and the gear I02 one counter-'
wheels in a manner now to be described.
clockwise revolution. This is accomplished in 65
The Y-shaped cam arm I30 (Fig. 5)‘ has a the following manner. The pitm'an I1l carries a
roller I63 which cooperates with an arcuate sur
roll I85 normally retained in a notch in a cam
face on the beam I44 to force the beam against I86 but adapted to cooperate at certain times
the hub I64 on the actuator I24 after said seg
with a race I81 in said cam I86. The cam “:66
ment has been differentially positioned, as pre-= ‘, is rotatably supported by the stud I03, but dur 70
70 viously described. This, through the link I46,
positions the segments I41 and I49 commensurate
with the position of the differential actuator I24,
thereby properly positioning the associated print
ing wheel. After the segment ‘I41 has been po
76 sitioned, an aliner I65 fast on a shaft I66 (Fig. 5)
ing add operations is retained immovable by
means of the roller I85 engaging the notch there
in.
Loosely mounted on the shaft I61 (Figs. 3
and 9) is an arm I88, connected by a link I89 76
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to the arm I12. The arm l99'has pivoted thereto
a link I90 having a'stud I9I which engages a slot _
in a plate I92 pivoted on. a stud I99 secured in
the frame I09. The link I90 has fast therein
another stud I60 arranged to cooperate with a
projection I6I on the arm I69. The plate I92
has another slot embracing a stud I99 in an arm
I95 of a yoke I96 loose on a shaft I91 (see also
Fig. 2). The yoke I96 is bifurcated to receive a
10 stud I99 in a link I99 connecting the upper ends
of key plates 200 and 20I mounted for slight
radial movement on studs 209 and 209 carried by
a total key frame 202 (Fig. 7).
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A link 206 connects the lower ends of the plates
15 200 and 20I in exactly the same manner as the
link I99 connects the upper ends. Each plate 200
and 20I has three sets of slots 206, 201, and 209
(Figs. 2 and 9) arranged to cooperate with studs '
209 carried by a new balance key 2I0, total reset
keys 2I I, and total read keys 2| 2 (see also Fig. 7).
These slots are so arranged that each plate 200
and 20I receives a varying degree of movement
for each corresponding read and reset key ‘de
pressed. However, the combined movement of
both plates is always the same, and consequently
the stud I99 moves the same distance regardless
of which total key is depressed.
The arm I99 (Fig. 3) and connecting mecha
nism are retained in normal ine?ective positions
30 by. a spring 2I9 tensioned between an extension
of the arm I69 and one end of a lever 2| 9 pivoted
on a stud 2I6 secured in an auxiliary frame 2I6
supported by the frame I09. The lever 2I9 is
connected by a link 2I1to the arm- I99. Thus
35 the spring 2I9 retains the arm I99 in normal
position against the stop stud I99 and at times
when said arm and the shaft I61 ‘are rotated
in unison, their action is compensated for by the
link 2I1 so that no additional burden is placed
40 upon the shaft I 61.
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Depression of any of the keys 2I0, 2I I, or 2I2
(Fig. 7) moves the plates 200 and 20I (Figs. 2
roller m gives the pitman in and mm m
added movement, thereby placing the link I19
in a position where the stud I19 is free to move
idly in the long part of the opening I19 when
the 'cam arm I90 is rocked by the raceway I92.
This prevents restoring the key lock shaft I61
during the ?rst cycle of operation, thereby allow
ing the machine to operate through another cycle,
near the end of which the cam I96 moves the
pitman HI and link I10 to a position where the 10
stud I19 will again engage the horizontal sec
tion of the opening I19 when the arm I99 is
moved downwardly, which restores the key lock
shaft I61 to normal ‘position and releases the‘
depressed transaction and total keys.
Add-subtract totalizer
The add-subtract totalizer embodied in this
machine is similar to that used in previous ma
chines of this type. There is an adding wheel 20
and a subtracting wheel for each denominational
unit (Figs. 4 and 5), corresponding wheels of each
denominational unit being geared together in the
well known manner so that they revolve in op
posite directions. These sets of add-subtract
totalizer wheels are loosely mounted on the shaft
I9I, which is in turn secured in a slidable frame
(not shown) controlled for engagement with the
differential actuators I29 in a manner to be later
described in connection with the auxiliary total
The add-subtract totalizer 'is selected for
addition or subtraction by shifting the shaft I“
' izer.
so that the desired set of wheels are alined with
the differential actuators I 29. This is accom
plished by means of the ?rst transaction bank 65
latch plate 9I0 (Figs. 6, 12, and 14) which oper
ates similarly to the reset spider II1 (Fig. 11)
of the amount bank and through an arm 9I I con
trols the breaking of a ?rst transaction latch 9 I2.
The latch 9I2 is pivoted to an arm “9 by means 40
of the arm 9“ and a link 9“ and has ‘a foot
which cooperates with a notch in a driving seg
and 9) downwardly, thereby rocking the yoke I96 @ment 9I6 pivoted on a hub 9I9 extending be
counter-clockwise. This movement of the yoke tween plates 9" and “9 supported by the rods
45 I96, through the stud I 99, rocks the plate I92
I20._ Substantially all the mechanism of the ?rst
counter-clockwise and the link I90 clockwise to transaction bank is mounted between the plates 45
move the stud I60in the path of the projection 9" and H9 (Fig. 8). A link 9I9.connects the
I6I on the arm I69. The yoke I96 (Figs. 2 and 9) segment “6 to a cam arm 920 pivoted on a stud
has an arm 2I9 with a surface which cooperates ,92I carried by the plate 9". The lever 920 car
50 with a stud 2I9 in an arm of a yoke 220 loose .on ries rollers 922 and 929 which cooperate with
the shaft I61. The yoke 220 has an arm 22I companion cams 929 and 926 secured to the shaft 50
(Fig. 10) bifurcated to receive a stud 222 in a
I06. The arm “9 isturnably mounted on the
release pawl 229 on the shaft I91 and adapted to ‘ hub 916 and has pivoted thereto a beam 929
' cooperate with a release arm 229 secured on the
bifurcated to embrace a stud 921 in a link 929 ex
55 shaft I61. A spring 226 is tensioned to hold the
pawl 229 in the path of the arm 229.
Rocking the yoke I96 counter-clockwise by de
pressing any of the total keys, as explained above,
causes the arm 2| 9, ‘through the stud 2I9, to rock
the yoke 220 clockwise. This in turn rocks the
pawl 223 counter-clockwise to release the key lock
shaft I61 to the action of the spring I99‘(Fig. 3)
as explained above. The clockwise releasing
movement of the shaft I61 through the arm I69
rocks the arm I99 in unison therewith. Thisj
through the link I 99 and arm- I12, gives the shaft
I11 a slight movement clockwise and moves the
pitman I1I forwardly, causing the roller I96 to
move into the raceway I91 in the cam I96 and
70 couple'said cam to the gear I02 in the well known
manner. This movement of the pitman I 1| also
rocks the link I10 clockwise.
During rotation of the gear I02 and consequent
rotation of the cam I96 in unison therewith, the
16 raceway in said cam I96 cooperating with the
tending between an alining segment 929 and an 55
arm 930 of a printer drive segment “I lournaled
on the shaft I90. The segment 9291s secured to
a yoke 992 fast to the shaft I99. The segment
929 has a plurality of teeth 999 which cooperate
with the alining bar I66 secured to the shaft I66. 60
Again directing attention to Fig. 6, the beam
929 has an arcuate surface 996 which cooperates
with a roller 996 carried by the arm 920. A ?rst
transaction bank 991 has therein keys 999, 999., _
and 990. Depressing any of these keys places the 65
lower end of the stem thereof inthe path of the
arm 9“ to break the latch 9| 2 and differentially '
position the latch plate H0 and arm “9 com
mensurate with the depressed key. There is also
automatic means, to be explained later,» for breakq.
ing the latch 9I2 in its zero, third, ?fth, and
sixth positions. Unlike the other banks of the
machine, the ?rst transaction bank has no zero
stop pawl for breaking the latch 9I2 in its zero
position. Consequently, when none of the keys
75,
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I
5
Auxiliary totalizer mechanism
,
in this bank are depressed and the automatic
latch-breaking mechanism is ineffective, the
latch plate “8 and arm 4I3 travel to the ninth
position, where the latch is automatically broken
by means of a stud carried by the ?rst trans—
action bank frame engaging the end of the latch
Directing attention to Figs. 4, 5, and 8, the
auxiliary totalizer mechanism is supported be—
tween the plate 2 I6 and a-left auxiliary plate "I
plate 4I8. After the plate 4I3 has been dif
ferentially positioned by one of the means previ
ously described, 'the roller 436 engages the
arcuate surface 435 of the beam 426, forcing said
beam‘against a hub “I to differentially position
the segments 429 and 43I and the shaft I48
sists in supporting the auxiliary totalizer mech
anism. The auxiliary totalizer I40 is similar in
construction to the front and rear totalizers I38 10
and I39 and has six sets of interspersed totalizer
wheels rotatably mounted on a tube 413 secured
commensurate with the position of the arm M3.
The segment 43I is geared to a pinion 45!] fast
on a shaft 45I journaled between a pinion frame
452 and a ‘front printer frame 453 (see also Fig.
28). The shaft 45I drives a rack (not shown)
which positions the printing wheels for the ?rst
transaction bank 431 and also controls the auto
matic line-spacing -mechanism to be later de
scribed.
.
Secured to the left end of the shaft I48, and
consequently rotated in unison therewith (Figs.
8 and 16), is an auxiliary totalizer shifting cam
442having an arm 443 connected by a link 444
to an add-subtract totalizer shifting cam 445,
pivoted on a stud not shown, carried by the
left frame I81. The stud which supports the
shifting cam 445 is on the same center as the
differential actuators I24. The cam 445 moves
in synchronous order with the cam 442, due to
its connection thereto, and as the cam 442 is posi
tioned by the latch mechanism of the ?rst trans
action bank, the cam'445 is likewise positioned ac
cording to the location of said ?rst transaction
bank latch mechanism. By referring to Fig. 16
it will be seen that both the cams 442 and 445
have'ten positions. The four upper positions of
the cam 445 shift the add-subtract totalizer frame
to the right (as viewed in Fig. 8, or to the\left as
viewed in Fig. 16) , thereby alining the plus set of
totalizer wheels with the actuators I24. The four
lower positions of the cam 445 shift the add-sub
tract totalizer frame to the left (Fig. 8) to aline
the negative set of totalizer wheels with the ac
tuators, The cam 445 has two neutral positions
which retain both the positive and negative sets
of totalizer wheels out of engagement with the
differential actuators I24.
From the foregoing description it will be seen
that when the latch “2 (Fig. 6) is broken in- the
zero, ?rst, second, or third position, the negative
side of the add-subtract totalizer will be selected
for engagement with the actuators, and when the
latch H2, is broken in the sixth, seventh, eighth,
or ninth position, the positive side of the add
subtract totalizer will be selected for engagement
with the di?erential actuators I24, andwhen the
latch H2 is broken in the fourthor ?fth position,
neither set of totalizer- wheels will be selected for
engagement with the di?erentials.
,
As previously stated, the mechanism which
shifts the totalizer lines I38, I39, and I4] laterally
secured to the left frame I01. The plate 2I6 sup
ports an intermediate plate 412 which also as- _
in arms .414 and 415, loose on an engaging shaft
416, the ends of which are supported in slots
(not shown) in plates 419 and 480 of the usual 15
type secured respectively to the plates 2I6 and
41I. Secured on opposite ends of the shaft 416
are arms 48I and 482 carrying anti-friction roll
ers which extend within duplicate cam slots of
the plates 419 and 488. The arm 415 (Fig. 8) 20
carries a pin 486 upon which is journaled a
?anged roller 481, the upper end of which is em
braced by a lateral slot 488 in a bracket 489 se
cured to the plate 41I.
The lower end of the
roller 481 extends within a slot 498 in the aux
25
iliary shifting cam 442 (see also Fig. 16). Move
ment of the cam 442 shifts the auxiliary totalizer
laterally to aline the selected set of totalizer
wheels with a plurality of di?erential actuator
segments 492. The auxiliary totalizer line is 30
guided in its lateral movement by the slot 488
in the bracket 489 and by the shaft 416.
The present machine is equipped with nine
amount banks and one over?ow bank. Conse
quently there are ten of the differential actuators Li
I24 (Fig. 5) and ten corresponding auxiliary actu
ator segments 492. Each of the segments 492 is -
rotatably supported by the shaft I48 in vertical
alinement with its corresponding actuator I24.
Corresponding actuators I24 and segments 492 40
are connected for concert movement by a link
493. Consequently the differential movement of
the actuator I24, which is controlled in adding
operations by the amount keys I I3, is transmitted
to the auxiliary actuator segments 492.
‘
Automatic latch-breaking mechanism
The latch of the ?rst transaction bank, in ad
dition to being broken by means of the keys 438, “
439, and 440 (Figs. 6 and 15), is also broken au
tomatically in various positions. Itwill be re
membered that the ?rst transaction bank latch
50'
controls the selection of the plus or minus side
1of the add-subtract totalizer and also controls
the selection of the different totalizers on the 55
auxiliary‘totalizer line in all operations including
add, read, and reset.
The ?rst transaction bank (row 1') latch has
ten positions, zero to 9 inclusive. Movement of
this latch controls the positioning of the cams 60
442 and ‘445 (Fig. 16) which in turn respectively
‘control the selection of different sets of totalizer
wheels on the auxiliary totalizer line and the plus
or minus side of the add-subtract or balance to
has been neither illustrated nor described} in de
talizer. Positions zero to 3- inclusive of the cam 65
tail
herein,
as
reference
maybe
had
to
the
Fuller
65
Patent No. 1,394,256 for a complete description of , 445 select the minus side of the add-subtract to
talizer and positions '6 to 9 inclusive select the
this mechanism.
‘
plus side of the add-subtract totalizer.
The means'for engaging the add-subtract to
It requires two positions of‘ the cam 445, in _
talizer with the di?erential actuator I24 is so
instance positions 4 and 5, for the shifting of 70
closely allied to the engaging mechanism ‘for the this
auxiliary totalizer that it is deemed advisable the add-subtract totalizer in order to aline the
positive or negative side thereof with the actu
to describ‘e‘these mechanisms together in the fol
lowing description of the auxiliary totalizer ators. There are keys in both these positions,
mechanism. The same is true of_ the reset shaft but the account number key, fourth position, is
merely a printing key, that is, it is used to release 76
316 (Fig. 11) for the add-subtract totalizer.
' 2,118,412
the keyv lock line when it is desired to print an
‘extension of a latch stop arm 884 pivoted on a
' account, number on the ledger card or passbook.
stud 885 carried by the hanger plate 4I8 for the
?rst transaction bank (see Fig. 6). The arm 884
has a projection 886, which coacts with a pro
jection 881 on the ?rst transaction bank latch
The proof key, ?fth position, has a short stem
and consequently does not stop the latch which
is, in this position, controlled automatically. The
automatic latch-breaking mechanism will now be
described in detail.
Mounted for slight rocking movement on studs
208 and 204, carried by the total key frame 202
10 (Figs. '7 and 14) ,is a plate 808 having slots 809
and'8I0, which cooperate with studs 209 in the
new balance or ?rst reset key 2I0 and the ?rst
read'key 2I2 (see also Fig. 15). The plate 808 is
bifurcated to embrace a stud 8“ in an arm 8I2
15 loosely mounted on the upper reset shaft I91.
The arm 8| 2 has a hook 8l8 which cooperates
‘with a square stud 8I4 in one arm of a. yoke 8I5
loosely mounted on a shaft 8I6, opposite ends of
‘which are journaled in the plate 464- (Figs. 6
'20 and 8) and a plate 8| 1., carried by the ?rst trans
action bank hanger H8. The plate 808 (Fig. 14)
has symmetrical slots 8I8, which cooperate withv
the studs 209 carried by the second and third
reset and read keys 2“ and 2I2 respectively. The
25 arm 8I2 carries a stud 8_I9 which cooperates with
' an arm 820 secured on a shaft 82I journaled in
the plates 464 and 8I1.' Secured on the shaft
82I ‘is another arm 822 having a stud828 which
with 824
an carries
arm 824a‘loose
stud 825,
on‘the
arranged
shaft
30 cooperates
I91. The arm
to engage a key lock line latch 826 loose on the
shaft I91.
‘ '
When the machine is in home position, a spring
(not shown) retains the latch .826 in engagement
with an arm 821 fast on the key lock shaft I61.
Depressing any one of the keys 2I0, 2I I, and
2I2 rocks the plate 808 and the arm 8I2 counter
clockwise. This in turn rocks the shaft 82I and
arm 822 clockwise, which, through the arm 824,
moves the latch 826 counter-clockwise to release
the key lock line for its clockwise releasing move
ment, as previously described herein. Restora
tion counter-clockwise of the key lock line I61 ‘
near the end of- machine operation allows the
' vlatch826 to reengage the arm 821 to lock the
shaft I61 against releasing.
Depressing a key in either the ?rst, second, or
third transaction bank likewise rocks the latch
826 counter-clockwise, so that the shaft I61 will
50 be free to make its releasing movement clockwise
when the starting bar I08 is depressed. From
the foregoing it will .be seen that depressing one
of the keys 2I0, 21 I, or 2| 2 releases the machine
for operation, but before the machine can be
55 released by depressing the starting bar I08 it is
necessary that a key be depressed in either the
?rst, second, or third transaction bank.
_ plate 4I0.
-
Depressing either the new balance key 2" or
.
"
Depression of either the new balance key 2I0
(Fig. 15) or the ?rst read key 2I2, due to the
60 angle of the slots 808 and 810 (Fig. 14), rocks
the plate 808 and the arm 8| 2 full distance
counter-clockwise. This moves the hook 8I8 out
of the path of the stud 8“, thereby surrendering
the yoke 8I5 to the control of other means to be
65 later described. \Depression of any other key in
the total bank rocks the plate 808 ‘and the arm
the ?rst read key 2I2, through the plate 808
(Figs. 14 and 15) and the arm 8I2, rocks the
yoke 829 maximum distance clockwise to aline 10
the step 882 thereon with the stud 888 in the
arm 884._ Depressing anyother key in the total
bank rocks the yoke 829 part distanceclockwise
to aline the step 88I thereon with the stud 888
in the arm 884.
The purpose of the above move
ments of the yoke 828 will be revealed later.
Calling attention to Fig. 12, fast on the key
lock shaft I61 is an arm 888 connected by a link
840 to a plate 8“, rotatably mounted on the
shaft "I. A foot 842 of 'the link 840 cooperates
with the stud 888 to restore the arm 884 to nor
mal position near the end of each machine oper
ation in a manner to be described later. The
plate 8“ has ‘an arcuate surface 848 which coacts
with a stud 844 carried by one arm of a yoke 845
turnably mounted on the shaft 8I6. Initial re
leasing movement clockwise ofv the shaft I61
(Fig. 12) rocks the foot 842 of the link 840 away
from the stud 888 in the arm 884, and rocks the
plate 8“ counter-clockwise. This movement of 30
the plate 8“ disengages the arcuate surface 848
thereon from the stud 844 in the yoke 845 for a
purpose to be later described. The yoke 845 has
an extension 846 (Fig. 12) which cooperates with
a stud 841 in an arm 848 of the yoke 815. An
other extension 849 (Fig. 14) of the yoke 845
coacts with a stud 850 in an arm 85I secured to
the shaft 8I6. Secured on the shaft 8I6 is a
latch stop pawl 852 (Fig. 14), the end of which
is adapted to cooperate with a projection 858 on 40
the plate 4I0. Also fast on the shaft 8I6 is an
arm 854 carrying a stud 855 which coacts with a
projection 856 (Fig. 14) of a plate 851 mounted
for slight rocking‘ movement on the center I88.
The plate 851' has angular camming surfaces 858 45
arranged to be engaged by studs 859 carried by
the keys I48 (Fig. 15) of the third transaction
bank. The stud 841 in the arm 848 of the yoke
8I5 (Fig. 12) is arranged to be engaged by a ra
dial projection 860 on a plate 86I turnably 50
mounted on the center I88 and having angular
camming surfaces 862 which cooperate with studs
868 carried by the keys 438, 489, and 440 of the
first .transaction bank. The plate 86I (Figs. 12
and’ 13) carries a stud 864 embraced by the
bifurcated end of an arm 865 rotatably sup-e
ported on the shaft 82I, and having, an exten
sion 866 which cooperates with the stud 888
carried by the stop arm 884 in a manner and for
a purpose to be later described. The plates~851
and 86I (Figs. 12 and. 14) are returned .to and
retained in normal positions as here shown
against stop studs 861 and 868 secured in the
hanger plates_4I1 by springs 869 and 810 re
spectively.
65
Loose on the shaft M6 is a pawl 81I (Fig. 6)
‘which cooperates with steps 812 and 818 of a
is not sumcient to move the hook 8I8 out of the ‘ plate 805 secured to the ?rst transaction bank
8 I 2 only partial distance counter-clockwise, which
path of stud 8“; therefore the yoke 8I5 is re
70 tained in ineffective position.
The arm 8I2 (Figs. 12 and 14‘) has a stud 828
which cooperates with a forked projection of a
yoke 829 loose on the shaft 82I. An arm of the
yoke 829 has steps 880, 88I, and 882 which co
75 operate with a stud 888 carried by an upward
latch plate 4I0.
The pawl 81I has an extension 814 which co 70
operates with a disabling arm 815 loose on the
overdraft shaft 468. .The arm 815 has a stud
816 embraced by the bifurcated end of an arm
811 loose on the shaft MI. The extension 814 of
the pawl 81I is maintained in engagement with 75
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