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COILING DEVICE
Filed Dec. 13, 1955
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Patented June 7, 1938
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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE
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2,119,847
COILING DEVICE
Karl Grube, Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to The
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jer
sey, a corporation of New Jersey
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Application December 13,1935, Serial No: ‘54,309
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6 Claims.
This invention relates to coiling devices and
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(Cl: 242-54)
The end of the clutch element l3 which is re
‘ more particularly those which are adapted to
mote from the ‘arbor 4 is provided with a groove
handle continuous measured l’éngths of rope and
the like.
24 in'which there is carried a clutch collar 23.
A-lever 2] is pivoted on one of its ends, as at 23,
to the support 3. The intermediate portion of the
lever 21 is connected, as at 29, to the clutch col
It is among the~obiects of the invention to
provide a novel coiling device which will operate
V to form a continuous? and measured length of
lar 25.
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rope or the like into a plurality. of connected
According to the foregoing construction and
coils, each of which is moved, after it is formed,
to a storing position preparatory to the forma
tion of the next succeeding coil.
arrangement of parts,{a rope X is led from a suit
able measuring machine onto the part 2 of the 1
sectional drum .and into the coiling guide I‘! pro
, Another object is the provision of a device of
the class described which is easy and inexpensive
to manufacture and operate.
Other objects will be apparent after referring
to the drawings, in which;v
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Figure 1 is a sectional view of the device of the
invention.
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Figure 2 is an end view on the line II--II of
Figure 1.
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vided by the irregularly shaped ?ange II and ex
tensions l5 of the V_-shaped levers l4. The shaft
1 is rotated until a coil of required length is
formed in the coilingvguide l1, and is then stopped
in any suitable manner. During this stage~ of
operation the lever 21 was in the solid line posi
> tion of Figure 1.
The coil so formed is tied with band wires
(not shown) which are applied through the re
Figure 3 is a sectional view on the line III—ITI cesses l2 in the irregularly shaped ?ange I], and
of Figure 1.
the coil suitably labeled. The lever 21. is’then
Referring more particularly to the drawings, moved to the dotted line position of Figure 1,
the numerals 2 and 3 designate two parts of a awhich withdraws the extensions l5 of the V
sectional drum, the former of which is of substan-v shaped'levers “and permits the coil to be moved
tially heavier construction. The part 2 ‘of the (in any suitable manner) from right to left.
sectional drum is provided with a centrally dis
The lever 21 is then moved to the solid line posi
posed and integral arbor 4 having a central bore tion of Figure 1, ‘which causes the surfaces 2| on
in order that it may be mounted on a suitably the V-shaped levers l4 to ride over the conical
driven shaft ‘I which is iournaled, as at 8, on face is and onto the ?atand annular surface 20
an adjacent support 9. The arbor 4 and shaft of the clutch element l8. This movement of the
1 are keyed together, as shown at Ill.
elements restores the extensions Id of the V
The end of the part 2 of'the drum which is re
shaped levers to their former positions (extending
mote from the part 3 carries an irregularly through the apertures IS in the part 2 of the
shaped ?ange H, on the outer face of ‘which sectional drum). The shaft 1 is again rotated
there is pivoted, as at l3, a plurality of levers l4. and another coil formed in the ceiling recess ll
Due to the irregular shape of the'?ange H, a provided by the irregularly shaped ?ange H and
plurality of spaced recesses l2 are provided for a the extensions N5 of the V-shaped levers l4. As
the sequences of the operation are repeated, a
purpose to be later described. Each of these le
w vers I4" is V-shaped, providing a remote extension plurality of interconnected and separated formed
l5 which extendsthrough an aperture IS in the a coils X are stored on the part 3 of the sectional
face of the part 2 of the drum. These extensions
l5 of the levers l4 combine with the irregularly
shaped ?ange II to provide a ceiling recess II.
A clutch element I3 is slidably mounted on the
shaft 1 and provides a conical face l3 and a ?at
and annular surface 20 of greater diameter. The
bottoms o1’,v the outer surfaces of the V-shaped
levers 14 provide surfaces 2|. which are adapted
to move into and out of contact with the conical
face l9 and ?at surface 20 of the clutch element
Ill. .The contact surfaces 2| of the levers l4 are
resiliently maintained against the clutch element
l8 by a continuous coil spring 23 which is main
talned in the valleys of the v’s of the levers.
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A spider 30 is carried on the endof the part
3 of the sectional drum which is remote from
the part 2.
This spider 30 is centrally bored,
as at 3i, to receive a shaft 32 which‘is threaded
on its end, and which is held on the spider by
a nut 33. A collar 34 which carries a plurality
of integrally-formed cam-faces 35 is rotatably
mounted on the shaft 32. The collar 34 is also
provided with a knurled knob 36 for enabling
its easy rotation. Each of the arms‘of the spider
30 carries a radially reciprocable ?nger 31 which
has an enlarged head 38 on its inner end. Each
of these radially reciprocable ?ngers 31 is biased
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inwardly by ‘a coil spring II with its enlarged
head ll in contact with one of the cam-faces
ii on the collar 34.‘ By partially rotating the
sleeve 34 the ?ngers 31 may be radially moved
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4. In a coiling device ‘including a drum having
an irregularly shaped ?ange formed on one end
thereof, a plurality of V-shaped levers pivotally
secured to said ?ange, a clutch engaging the
tional drum ,to prevent the movement of the
apexes of said V-shaped levers, means for oper
ating said clutch to advance said levers through
stored coils X therefrom.
While I have shown and described one speci?c
said drum, said levers when advanced through
said drum cooperating with said ?ange to form
through apertures ll in the part .3 of the sec- '
embodiment of my invention, it will be under;
10 stood that I do not wish to be limited exactly
thereto, ‘since various modi?cations may be made
without departing from the scope of my inven
tion, as de?ned by the following claims.
a coiling recess, means carried by said levers
adapted to retract said levers ‘when said clutch
is moved horizontally whereby said coiled wire
is capable of being moved horizontally along said
drum, and means on the opposite end of said
~drumto prevent movement of the stored. coils
I claim:
15 '- 1. A coiling device comprising an elongated
5. In a coiling device including a drum hav
drum carrying a radial ?ange, ?ngers pivotally
ing an irregularly shaped ?angeformed on one
connectedto said ?ange adapted to extend, radi
therefrom.
ally out of said drum to cooperate with ‘said ?ange
in forming a coiling groove, secondary ?ngers
20 adapted to extend radially out of said drum to
prevent the movement of a coil therefrom, said
secondary ?ngers being substantially spaced ‘from
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end thereof, a plurality of V-shaped} levers piv
otally secured to said ?ange, a clutch engaging
the apexes of‘ said, V-shaped levers, means for,
operating said clutch to advance said levers
through said drum, said levers when advanced
said ?rst named ?ngers, and means for moving ~ through said drum cooperating with said-?ange
to form a coiling recess, means carried by said
said ?rst named ?ngers and said secondary ?n
‘levers adapted to retract‘ said‘ levers when said
25 gers into and out of said drum,
clutch is moved horizontally whereby said coiled
. - 2. A coiling device comprising an elongated
drum carrying a radial ?ange, ?ngers pivotally wire is capable of being moved horizontally along
said drum, and means on the opposite end of ‘said
connected to said ?ange adapted to extend radi
ally out of said drum to cooperate with said drum to prevent movement of the stored Lcoils
therefrom,v said means including means adapted
30 ?angein forming a coiling groove, secondary ?n
gers adapted to extend radially out of- saiddrum' to permit removal of said coil from said drum.
‘6. A coiling device comprising an elongated
to prevent the movement of a coil therefrom.
' said secondary ?ngers being substantially spaced drum. carrying an irregularly shaped ?ange, an
from said ?rst named ?ngers, and independent integral centrally disposed arbor on said drum,
means for moving said ?rst named ?ngers and a shaft extending through ‘said arbor for rotat
said secondary ?ngers into and out of said drum. . ing said drum, a plurality of V-shaped levers
3. In a coiling device including. a drum having pivotally supported by said ?ange, a clutch mem
an irregularly shaped ?ange formed on one end ber slidably mounted on said‘ shaft and provided
thereof, a plurality of V-shaped levers pivotally with a conical face and a ?at annular surface,
secured to said’ ?ange, a clutch engaging the said clutch adapted to advance said levers
through said drum to cooperate with said ?ange
apexes of said 'V-shaped levers, means for oper
ating said clutch to advance said levers through to form a coiling recess, and means carried by
said drum, said levers when advanced through said levers adapted to retract said levers through
said drum cooperating 'with said ?ange to form said drum when the ?at surface of said clutch
-a coiling recess, and means carried by said levers is moved out of contact with said levers to permit
adapted to retract said levers when said clutch said coiled wire to be moved along said drum.
is moved horizontally whereby said'coiled wire is
capable of being moved horizontally along said
KARL GRUBE.
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