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May 31, 1938.
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2,119,093
WRAPPING' MACHINE
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May 31, 1938.
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Patentedv May 31, 1938
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MAPPING. MACHINE
Wilhelm B. Brcnancler, Montclair, N.'J.
Application .rune 27, 193s, serial No. 87,638
2 Claims. '
a third support which is disposed below the level
of the plane of the support or supports upon
which the article and wrapper have previously
been fed.. In this manner the bottom end flap
This invention relates to wrapping machines.
The invention has for its salient object to pro
vide a machine for wrapping articles that is
simple and practical in construction, comprises
5 few parts and will effectively and emciently wrap
is folded upwardly against the end of the article
leaving the upper end flap projecting in the
plane of the upper-'surface of the wrapper. 'll‘l‘ief-
the articles or packages. .
Another object of the invention is to provide
a machine of the character described with sim
article and wrapper are then fed through the final
ple, practical and effective means for applying ad
hesive to the parts to be joined or secured or for
moistening or applying solvent to said parts if
the wrapper'is formed of material such as coated
regenerated cellulose film commercial known un -
against the lower end fold. Prior to this last fold
ing operation the outer surface of the folded end
der the trade-mark “Cellophane”.
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trated in the drawings there is shown a machine
comprising three supports or supporting tables
A, B and C, the supports A and B being disposed
in the same plane and the support C being dis- 2o
Fig. l is a top plan view of a machine con
machine shown in Fig. l.;
Further details of theinvention will appear
In the form of the invention particularly illus
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structed in accordance with the invention;
Fig, 2 is a longitudinal sectional elevation of the
ilap has applied thereto adhesive or solvent.'
from the following description.
Further objects of the invention will appear
from the following specification taken in connec-y
tion with the drawings which forma part of this
application, and in which
folding mechanism by endless feeding means and
the final or upper end fold is folded downwardly
posed lin a plane located below the level o_f the `
‘ plane in which the supports A and B are located
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Fig; 3 is a longitudinal sectional elevation taken ' and furthermore being disposed at right angles
substantially on line 3-3 of Fig. l;
Fig. ‘i is an enlarged detail sectional elevation of
the mechanism for applying the adhesive to the
longitudinal folds of the wrapper;
to the supports A and B.> -
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‘The support A has formed therein a slot or 25
opening 2@ through' which a wrapper strip S is
fed from a supply roll 2l by feed rolls 22 and 23.~
Fig. 5 is a detail plan view of the adhesive- Cuttings vmechanism consisting of a rotary knife
2li and a stationary knife 25 severs- the Strip’ into
wrapper
lengths.
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Figs. 6 to il, inclusive, are perspective views
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The articlesv X to be wrapped are fed from a
illustrating the wrapper and article at various
hopper H by feed bars _or rods 21 carried by a
successive stages in the wrapping operation.
endless feeding members 28 and 29. The
The invention brieñy described consists of a pairof
articles
are fed along the support A and engage .
wrapping machine comprising ÍYmeans for feeding
the wrapper strip S which has previously been
an
article
to
be
wrapped,
means
for
feeding
a
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wrapper strip across the path of movement of the fed through the slot 20 across the path of rncvee
article and for severing the strip to form wrapper ment of the articles. The articles are fed by the
members 2l beneath a top plate 30 disposed above
lengths, means for moistening or applying ad
hesive to portions of the Wrapper during its move-_ _the support A in advance of the slot 20». the strip
being folded around the advance end of the
ment through the wrappingvand folding mecha
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nism and means for folding> and securing the article and across the upper and lower surfaces
wrapper around the article. The wrapper and v thereof in the manner shown in Fig. 2. After the
article are fed by successively acting feeding article and wrapper have been fed beneath the
applying means, somewhat diagrammatic; and
means to and through the folding means Íwhich
folds the wrapper around the top, one- end and
top plate 30 the cutting mechanism operates to
cut the Strip and the free ends of the wrapper
the bottom of the article and folds the side flaps length will extend rearwardly from the rear edge
of the article.
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across the sides of the article, adhesive being ap
The article and wrapper are fed from the sup
plied to the inner side flap prior to the folding
_port A to the support B by the transverse feeding `
of the outer side flap thereover. After the wrap
per has~ been so folded the ends' of the wrapper members 21 and are fed along the support B by 50
will project beyond one end of the article in the feeding lugs or members 35 carried by an endless
feeding member 38 supported on sprockets 31 and
form of an open ended tubular extension.
At this stage the machine 'operator tucks the -'38. Thel` feeding members 21 pass downwardly
through an opening 39 disposed between the
_ ends of the wrapper against the end .of the
supports A _and B and move out of engagement 55
article
and
the
article
and
wrapper
are
placed
on
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with the rear edges of the articles ‘as the feeding » the bottom or outer side folds’ 16 are folded up-members 35 move into engagement therewith!
wardly by the action of the slots 13 and the
Any suitable driving connections may be pro
article and wrapper then take the form shown in
vided for the feeding members above described, Fig. 8 in_which it will be seen that the wrapper
but in the’form of the invention shown the end
has been wrapped around the end, topybottom
less feeding members or chains 28 and 29 are and sides of the article, the free ends of the
carried by sprockets 40 and 4| at the rear ends wrapper projecting rearwardly to 'form an open
ofthe feeding members and by sprockets 42 and >ended tubular extension. The wrapper has
43 at the front ends thereof. The sprockets '42 reached the form shown in Fig. 8 at position Z
10 and 43 are mounted on a shaft 44 on which is also
in Fig. 2.
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_ mounted a sprocket 45 which ,is driven by a chain
_ After the wrapper has been wrapped around `l
-46 from any suitable source of power.
The shaft 44 also has secured thereto a gear 41
which meshes with a gear 48 mounted on `a shaft
15 49 on which the sprocket 31 is mounted.
The shaft 49 also has secured thereto a sprock
et 50 which is connected by a chain 5| to drive
a sprocket 52 mounted on a shaft 53 which car
ries the rotary cutter 24.
Shaft 53 has also
secured thereto a gear 55 which meshes with an
idler gear 56 which in turn meshes with a gear 51
mounted on a shaft 58 which carries the feed
roll 23. Gear 51 also meshes with a gear 59
carried by a shaft 60 on which is mounted the
feed roll 22.
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Side walls 65 and 66 are mounted on the sup
port B and are provided with stationary tuckers
61 and 68 at the entrance ends thereof to tuck
the front end tucks 10 formed in the wrapper.
The side walls also have slots 1 | ,v 12 and 13 which
function in the usual manner to fold the inner ~
side folds 15 downwardly and the outer side
the article in the` manner shown in Fig. 8 the
operator of the machine folds the two ends of
extension shown at 95 and 96 inwardly against
'the end of the article and places the article and 15
wrapper on the support C which, as above ex
plained, is disposed below Ithe level of the supports
A and B. As the package is placed on the sup.
port C the bottom end fold 91 will be folded up
wardly in the manner shown in Fig. 9 against the
rear end of the article.
This leaves the upper
end fold 98 projecting rearwardly substantially
in a'linement with the upper surface of the article
and wrapper. The package is then engaged on
the support C by one of a series of feeding mem
bers or lugs |00 carried by an endless chain |0|
supported on sprockets |02 and |03 mounted
on -shafts |04 and |05. The shaft |04 has se
cured to its rear end a worm Wheel |06 which
meshes with a worm gear |01 mounted on the 30
shaft 44.
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A Wall ||0 forms the guide for one side of the
folds 16 upwardly and inwardly against the folds . package, the other` side being guided by -a wall
15.` 'I‘he folding slots have not been illustrated
in detail since they are old and common in the
wrapping art.
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| l |, the latter wall being provided with a slot ||2
which engages the upper end flap 98 and folds this 35
end ñap downwardly against the inner end flap
After the tucks 19 have been formed in the
91. The wall ||| has formed therein a slot ||5
advance ends of the wrapper the folds 15 are
which receives the periphery of an adhesive ap- ‘
folded downwardly against the sides of the wrap l plying disk H6 similar to the disks 80 shown in
per by the slots 1|. The article and wrapper at Fig.- 4. The disks ||6 is freely rotatable and en
this stage in the folding operation are shown in gages and applies adhesive to thé outer surface
Fig. 6. When the article and wrapper have of the bottom end fold 91, as shown in Fig. l0.
reached this stage and have reached'the point After the adhesive or solvent has been applied
indicated at Y in Fig. 2 adhesive or solvent is thereto in the manner shown in Fig. 10, the
applied to the lower margins of the folds 15, as upper or outer end fold 98 is folded downwardly
shown in Fig. rI. This is accomplished by means by' the action of the slot || 2 and -thewrapping
of the adhesive applying means particularly illus
of the article is completed.
trated in Figs. 4 and 5.
From the foregoing description the operation
The adhesive applying means consists of rotary of the machine will be clear, but it may be briefly
disks 80 formed of felt or other suitable absorbent summarized as follows: The article and wrapper
material. The disks 80 are supported on rotat
are first fed along the support A on which the
ing heads 8| disposed at the upper ends of spin
wrapper is fed around the end and across the
dles 82 mounted at their lower ends on ball top and bottom of the article. From the support
thrust bearings 83. The spindles are freely ro
A the articles' are fed along the support B by
55 tatable and are not positively driven. The disks the feeding members 35 and during this movement
80 are secured to the heads 8| in any suitable the upper side folds 15 are folded downwardly
manner, as by iiat rings 84. Screws extend and inwardly against the sides of the article
through the rings and disks and are secured t
after the tucks 10 have been formed therein.
the heads 8|.
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'I‘he spindles 82 are mounted in journals -85
carried by arms 86 pivoted at 81 to lugs 88.
Springs 89 are secured at their inner ends to a
frame or support 90 and at their outer ends to
the arms 86, the springs exerting‘a force tend '
This stage in the operation is shown in Fig. 6.
The rotary adhesive applying disks 80 then en
gage the lower outer margins of the folds 15
and apply adhesive or solvent. thereto and there
after the further movement of the article and
wrapper along the support B will cause the outer
- ing to hold the arms and disks inwardly, thus _ side folds 16 to be folded upwardly and inwardly
forcing the peripheries of the felt disks 80 against ` against the fold 15. This stage in the operation 65
the longitudinal edges of the folds 15. The walls
65 and 66 are recessed, as shown at 9|, to receive
the peripheral portions of the felt disks 80.
Adhesive _is fed to the disks 80 from receptacles
R by gravity, the receptacles being provided with
downwardly extending outlet conduits 92 con
trolled by needle valves 93.
-After adhesive has been applied, as shown in
75 Fig. '1, to the lower outer edges of the folds 15,
is shown in Fig. 8.
'I'he operator of the machine then. by manual v
operation, folds the end'tucks 95 and 96 inwardly
against the ends of the article and places the
article and wrapper on the support C. This last
operation causes the bottom end folds 91 to be
folded upwardlyand inwardly against the end of
the _article leaving the upper end fold 91 project
ing outwardly in the manner shown in Fig. 9.>
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The article and wrapper are 'then fed along the
support C and the upper outer margin of the fold
91 receives adhesive from the adhesive applying
disk IIS. The final fold is then made by the
movement of the article and wrapper along the
support C causing the upper end fold 884to be
folded downwardly against the fold 91 by the
slot H2.
It will be evident from the foregoing descrip
10 tion that a simple, practical and effective machine
has been designed for wrapping and >*sealing
articles,
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Although one specific embodiment of the in
vention has been particularly shown and de
end portions of said sides and folding the _wrapper
against the sides of the article, leaving the ends
of the wrapper projecting beyond the rear end of
the article, manually tucking the ends of the pro
jecting portion of the wrapper against the rear
end of the article, transferring the article and _
wrapper to a path òf movement and during such
transfer folding upwardly the lower fold of the
projecting portion of the wrapper at an angle to
the iirst‘path of movement, feeding the~ article 10
and _wrapper in said second path of movement
and during such movement folding the end upper
fold against the rear end of the article and
wrapper.
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2. In a wrapping machine, a support having
capable of modification and that changes in the side walls arranged to receive therebetween a par
tially wrapped article in which the wrapper has
construction and in the arrangement of the vari
ous cooperating parts may be made Without de.- ' been folded around'the top, bottom, one end and
parting from the spirit or scope of the invention, _sides of the article, leaving the ends of the
15 scribed it will be understood that the invention is ,
as expressed in the following claims.
wrapper projecting rearwardly ofthe rear end of 20
the article, one wall being arranged to engage the
What I claim is:
1. The method of wrapping an article which closed end of the package and the other wall
consists of feeding an article and wrapper in a 'being adapted to engage and fold up a bottom
predetermined path of movement. and during projecting portion ofthe wrapper, means for feed
25 such movement folding the wrapper around the' ing the article and wrapper along said support,
and means for folding the top projecting portion
bottom, advance end and top of the article, tuck
of the wrapper against‘the bottom folded portion.
ing the advance end of the wrapper projecting be
WILHELM B. BRONANDER.
yond the sides of the article against the front
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