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June 28, 1938.
L. 1. LOUVIAUX
2,122,253
CUTTING TABLE
Filed Sept. e, 1935
2 Sheets-Sheet 1'
LEON ‘l. Louvmux.
M'î‘W“—-.
June 28, 1938.
L. l. LOUVIAUX
2,122,258
CUTTING TABLE
Filed Sept. e. 1935
2 Sheets-Sheet 2
"
LE‘ON I. - Louwnux.
2,122,258
Patented June 28, 1938
PATENT orne
_ UNITED STATES
2,122,258
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CU’l‘HNG TABLE
A Leon 1. Louvianx, Toledo, 0h10, assignor to Ia’b
Glass
Company,
Ohio. a. corporation oi’ Ohio
Toledo,
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Application Scptcmber 8,- 1935, Serial No. 39,369
2C1aims. (Cl. 49-48) '
in stationary table top Il] and to this end there
is carried upon the upper end of the supporting
Iramework l8 3. guide block Il having an under
cut groove or channel I8 w‘ithln which is slidably
received the base plate 19 formed at the lower .
This invention relates broadly to the art of
glass cutting and/more particularly to improve
ments in apparatus for use in the cutting o! ?at
sheets or plates.‘
The principal aim and object of the invention
le tlîe provision ci’. an improved form et table
for supporting the glass sheets during the cutting
operation and by the use of which the cutting
cf circular sections or odd shapes from the shoots
10 or plates may be carried out in a rapid, con
venient and economicai manner.
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end et standard I5.
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The base plate l9 is provided upon its under
surface with spaced bearlngs 20 through which
is threaded a horizontal screw 2I carrying at its
!orward end a hand wheel 22. The bearings 20 10
are received within an opening 23 which extends
longitudinally _of the block Il. The screw 2I
.
Another important object of the invention is
the provision of an improved form of cutting table
which will greatly facilitate and‘ expedite the
15 brealdng 01 the glass sheets after they have been
passes longitudinally through this opening and
also loosely through plates 25 and 25 carried at
the opposite onde of said black. Fixed upon the 15
screw outwardly of the plates 24 and 25 are col
scored and in such a manner that the liability lars 24' and 25' respectively whioh, WhiIe per
of scratching the glass incident,to such breaklng mitting rotation et the screw. prevent longitudi
is reduced to a, minimum if not entirely elimi
‘ nal movement thereof. Consequently, upon tum
ing of the hand wheel 22, the base plate 19 can 10
20 Other objecte and advantages of the invention be moved longitudinally along the screw 2 i , there
will become more apparent during the course et by causing the top I3 of the revolving table sec- _
the following description when taken in con
tien to be moved forwardly or rearwardly within
nection with the accompanying drawings,
the U-shaped opening I2 in stationary table
In the drawings wherein like numerais are top Il).
25
25 employed to designate like parts throughout the
Positioned at the rear of the stationary table
section A 15 a box or trough 25 which is adapted_
same,
‘Fig. 1 is a front view of a cutting‘ table con
to receive the waste or culiet out from the glass
structed in accordance. with the present inven
sheet as will be.more clearly hereinaiter de
nated.
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Fig. 2 is a plan‘ view thereoi,
Fig. 3 is a vertical section taken substan‘tially
on line 3——3 of Fig. 1, and
Fig. si 15 an. enlarged plan view of the’cutting
table with the cutting means removegi.
With reference to the drawings, the cuttlng
table herein provided i‘ncludes geneÿally a sta
tionary portion or section A and” a revolving
portion or section B. The station‘ary table sec
tion A comprises a fiat horizontal top la sup
4o ported by legs II braced in any desired manner.
The top H) is formed with a. relativelÿ large, sub
‘stantiaily U-shaped opening l2 facing to the
front of the table and into which ?ts 'the ?at
horizontal circular top I3 of the revolving table
45 section B. The top I3 of the revolving table
section B is positioned slightly above the level of
the top It! 01? stationary table section A and this'
arrangement constitutes a very important fea
turc of the invention.
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The circular top I3 of the revolving table sec
tion B is carried at the upper end of a vertical
shaft M rotatably mounted in a hollow standard
Ili supported upon a suitable tramework I6. Pro
vision is made for moving the revolving table top
55 I3 back and forth in the U-shaped openin'g I2
scribed.
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In practice, the glass sheet 21 to be ont is laid
upon the top I3 of the revolving table section so'
that the forward edge thereof is substantiaily
?ush with the front edge of the top III et the
stationary table section and the revolving\ top I3 35
can be moved forward or backward in the U
shaped opèning I2 depending upon the size ot ._
glass sheet being out. When the glass sheet.is
laid upon the revolving top la, it._ ovei‘hangs or
overlies the stationary top I0 but does not con- 43
tact therewith due to the fact that the top III 18
positioned slightly below the level of top I3.
After the sheet has been properly positioned
for cutting, a circular section or any other odd
shape may be cut.therefrom, and this cutting may 45
be accomplished by the use of any suitable cut
ting apparatus.
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There is iilustrated ‘in the drawings, by way et
exemple. the cutting of a circular section or dise
from the glass sheet and the cutting means here- 50
in provided for this purpose includes a circular
base 28 providéd with a vertical stud 2Ii upon
which is revoivably mounted a block 30. This
block is formed with a horizontal opening through
which is inserted a horizontal radius bar 3l 39- 65
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cured in proper position by a thumb :zcrew 33
and carrying at its outer end a conventional hand
cutter 32. The radius bar 3! can be adjusted
longitudinally within the block 30 depending upon
the size of disc to be eut.
In cuttlng the glass sheet 21, it is ?rst prop
erly positloned upon the revoiving table top l3
as explained above after which the base 23 of
the cutting means 15 placed upon the sheet at
10 approximately the center thereof and the opera
tor, while holding the‘ base from slipping with
useful in discarding the cullet by permittlng the
operator to raise the loosened cullet at the front
of the table and push it back over the table into
the cullet box.‘ It has been found that with this
type of cutting table, it is possible for an operator'
to cut considerably more glass par unit of time
then on a solld top stationary table.
The cutting table herein provlded is of advan
tage not only in the cutting of dises or circular
sections but likewise in the cutting of large odd 10
shaped glass fox‘ mirrors.
It W111 et course be
one hand, swings the cutting toc] 32 with the
other hand in a circle upon stud 29 to e?‘ect the
sc0ring of the glass.as indicated at 34. After the
15 circular cut 34 has been made, the cuttlng appa
ratus ls removed and the operator then makes
a lateral out 35 to the forward edge of the sheet.
The breaking of the sheet to remove the waste
or cullet is then e?ected by breaklng the glass ?rst
along the lateral score line 35 and in then exert
lng a slight downward pressure on the glass out
wardiy of the circular score line 34, while simul
appreciated that when cutting out cli?erent
shapes, di?‘erent forms of cutting meana may be
taneously revolving the sheet. The waste glass
1. In a cutting table for sheet glass or the like,
a stationary section provided with a ?at station
upon breaking away from the sheet will be re
ceived and supported upon the stationary table
top la and the operator can then push the waste
glass rearwardly across the top into the cullet
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box 26.
Due to the fact that the revolving table top l3
80 is positioned at a slightly higher level then the
stationary table top ICI eliminates the silding of
the glass over the table during the breaking
thereof as is necessary when using a solid top
stationary table and which sliding movement‘has
35 heretofore resulted in many ?ne scratches in the
glass. With the improved type of table herein
provided, the glass sheet is not moved relative
to the table until the cullet has been completely
broken away so that li: is impossible for the sheet
to be scratched. Among the advantages. to be
gained by the use of the statlonary table section
in conjunctîon with the rotatable table section
are that the stationary table section prevents the
weight of the cullet from falling and causing
45 chipping of the glass and, 1’urther, that it is also
employed.
It is to be understood that the form of the 15
invention herewith shown and described is to
be talten as the prei’erred embodïmen't 01' the
same, and that various changes in the shape, size
and arrangement of parts may be resorted to
without departing from the spirit of the inven
tion or the scope of the subJoined claims.
1 claim:
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ary top havlng a substantially U-shaped opening 25
therein, a revolving section having a ?at rotat
ing top locatedyin said opening. the glass sheet
to be cut being supported upon said rotating top
and overlying said statlonaw top, and means for
moving said rotatihg top backwardiy and for
wardly within the substantially U-shaped open
ing in said stationary top.
2. In a. cutting table for sheet glass or the like.v
a stationary section provided with a ?at station
ary top having a substantially U-shaped opening
therein, a revolving section ,having a ?at rotat
ing‘ top located in said opening and positioned at
a relatively higher level than the stationary top,
the glass sheet to be eut being supported upon
said rotatlng top and overlying sald statlonary 40
top, and means for moving said rotating ‘top
backwardly and torwardly withln the substan
tiaily U-shaped opening in said stationary top.
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