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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE
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George F. Handley, Glendale, N. Y., assigner to
Royal Typewriter Company, Inc., New York,
N. Y., a corporation of New York
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Application July 23, 1936, serial No. 92,241
47 Claims. (Cl. B17-153)
typewriting machine constructed inaccordance
This invention relates to new and useful im
provements in manifolding devices which may
be readily applied to 'any standard typewriting
machine without changing such machine in any
5 material respect, and embodies certain improve
ments over the following patents: Degener
1,853,302 and 1,853,670, Apr. 12, 1932.
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Among the several objects of this invention
are to provide a platen which is mounted to
10 swing about an eccentric axis for rearward move
ment with respect to the work sheets whereby the
normal tight >contact relation between the platen
and the work sheets will be quickly relieved to
permit` the immediate feeding of4 the carbon
l5 strips across the work sheets; to‘provide means
for mounting the movable platen whereby the
force of the type impacts will be directed against
the fulcrum of the platen; to provide a bail for
positioning the work sheets against the platen
‘20 above the writing line thereof -to thereby avoid
the upper type striking said sheets when the
lower types are being employed; to provide means
for'moving the bail forwardly when the platen
is moved rearwardly whereby the work sheets will
‘15 be relieved'of their normal tight contact rela
tion with the platen prior to the line spacing of
the work sheets; to provide means for feeding
`a plurality of carbon strips through the work
sheets; to provide means for mounting the car
?.o bon strip spools on the carriage for transverse
movements relative thereto; to provide means
for yieldably retaining the spools against forward
movement; to provide means for locking the
with my invention, parts thereof being shown in
section,
Figure 2 is a rear elevation thereof,
Figure 3 is a partial elevation of the left side 5
of the machine,
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Figure 4 is a detail elevation of the means for
operating the carbon strip means,
Figure 5 ‘is a detail plan view showing the car
riage return lever in its normal position, and '10
the connections therewith for rocking the platen,
Figures 6 to 11 inclusive are diagrammatic
views showing the different positions of the parts
employed in line spacing the work sheets, and in
feeding the carbon strips,
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Figure 12 is an enlarged elevation, partly in
section, of the carriage which supports the car
bon strip rolls',
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Figure 13 is a vertical sectional ‘view taken
on the irregular line 13--13 of Figure l,
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Figure 14 is a similar view but taken on the
line lll-_lt of Figure l,
Figure l5 is a detail sectional view taken on
Figure 16 is a detail section showing the work 25
sheet bail in its forward or inoperative position,
Figure 17 is a detail cross-sectional view show
ing the platen in its rearmost or inoperative
position,
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' Figure 18 is a longitudinal section taken on the 30
line |I8--|8 of Figure 14 and showing the platen
and the mounting therefor,
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Figure 19 is an enlarged vertical section show
spools against rotation whereby the strip feeding -ing the carbon strip roll mounting, the parts
:zo operation will effect a forward travel of the
locked spools by the strips against the tension
being in the positions shown in Figure 10,
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Figure 20 is a similar view but showing the
of said yieldable means; to provide means for parts in the positions shown in Figure 11,
Figures 21 to 26 inclusive are diagrammatic .
eiïecting release of the spool locking means and
the unwinding. of the spools during the return lviews showing the bail, the collating frame, and
the platen, in different positions, and correspond- 40
4o movement of the latter by the yieldable retain
ing means; to provide a spool assembly of novelI ing in timed relation to the positions of the parts
construction; to provide'means for guiding the shown in Figs. 6 to ll inclusive,
Figure 27 is an enlarged section taken on irre
strips after they leave the spools; to provide
means for braking the spools during their return gular line 2li-_21 >on Figure 2, one of the carbon
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45 movement, and to provide means for supporting strip rolls being removed,
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the outer ends of the spool shafts and the outer
Figure 28 is across section taken on the line
ends of the associated pawl bearing shafts.
2li-_28 of Figure 27,
With these and other objects in view which
Figure 29 is a cross section taken on the line
will more fully appear, the nature of the inven
29-29 of Figure 28,
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tion will be more clearly understood by follow
Figure 30 is an enlarged horizontal section
ing the description, the appended claims, and
the several views illustrated in the accompanying
drawings.
In the drawings:
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Figure 1 is a top plan view of a portion of a
taken on the line 3|J-`-30 `of Figure 2,
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Figure 31 is an enlarged section taken on the`
line 3l-3l of Figure 30, `
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Figure 32 is a rear elevation of the collating 55
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frame and its mounting, and showing the means
for removably mounting the rack bar,
bushings 32 which are eccentrically mounted on
the connecting portions 28 above the rail Il) for
Figure 33 is a vertical section taken on the line l rolling contact with the latter. Thus, by the
33--33 of Figure 32,
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above means the rear portion of the carriage B '
Figure 34 is a horizontal> section taken onthe
line 34--34 of Figure 32 with certain parts re
moved,
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Figure 35 is a horizontal section taken on the
line 35-35 of Figure 33,
Figure 36 is a perspective view of the right hand
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upright of the collating frame, showing the pin
‘ ion rack attached thereto„
Figures 37 and 38 are perspective views showing
theA interchangeable rack bars,
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determinate length arel positioned in rear of the
machine, and the lead-in ends of the sheets are
directed upwardly over a horizontal roller 33
which is mounted on the rear ends of arms 34, 35
and link connection employed in the manual
means for line spacing the 'work sheets,
integral with and projecting rearwardly beyond
the depending legs 22, 23 of the carriage end
Figure 40 is a perspective view of a bell crank
employed for said bell crank lever, and
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Figure 42 is a perspective view'showing the
construction and mounting of the platen and bail
together with the operating connections therefor.
plates. The lead-in ends of the work sheets are
then directed forwardly through spaced horizon
tal guides 36 supported on the upper part of the 20
carriage, then over a horizontal roller 31 sup
ported on the end plates of the carriage imme
diately in front of the guide 36, thence forwardly
and downwardly under a horizontal guide roller
Like reference numerals designate correspond- ' 38 supported by the end plates of the carriage
ing parts throughout the several ñgures of the
drawings.
'I'he invention as illustrated in the accompany
ing drawings is shown as being applied to the
30 well known standard Royal typewriting machine,
and located below the platen C, and thence up
wardly in front of the platen and in rear of the
main ribbon D to a truck, clamp or guide F
wherein they are removably clamped, the truck
being lmounted for line-spacing movements on a 30
adapted to be applied to other types of typewrit
vertically disposed stationary collating frame G
located above the platen and supported by the
ing machines, or to calculating machines or the
end plates of the carriage.
like.
Carbon strips S which are located between the
work sheets W extend along the writing line of
the platen C, and are intermittently fed across
the work sheets by av mechanism which will be
described hereinafter.
'I'he platen C which is of the cylinder type is
but it is to be understood that the invention is
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by means of the adjustable eccentric bushings,
theI sliding contact between the rail I0 and the
arms 30 may be adjusted to a nicety.
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A supply of paper work sheets or webs W of in
Figure 39 is a perspective view of a lever arm
lever employed in said means,
Figure 41 is a perspective view of the pivot pin
20
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is freely .supported on the rail I0, and is held $1
against upward movement by the arms 30 which
underlie the rail. It will be also observed that
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The machine, as disclosed, includes a main
frame A having a rear wall 5, a carriage B having
end plates 6, 1, a platen C, a main ribbon D, and
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type bars E which are operated in the usual
manner.
The front portion of the carriage B is supported - not mounted for intermittent'line-spacing rotary 40
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on the main frame by upper and lower rails 8 and movements as inthe usual typewriting machines,
9, and the rear portion is supported 'on `a hori
but instead is eccentrically mounted for back
zontal rail I8 which is located in rear of the ward and forward swinging movements only, as
rear wall 5 of the main frame A. The rail I0 is shown particularly inl Figures 14 to 18. _To this
end, the cylinder 39 of the platen is provided at
45 mounted on hanger brackets II, II attached to
the main frame, through the medium of inde
its ends with circular heads 40, 4I having eccen
pendeiitly and vertically adjustable connections
whereby the rail Ill may be adjusted in parallelism
with the front rails 8, 9. Each of these adjustable
50 connections includes a depending Z-shaped brack
et I2 having its upper arm I3 rigidly secured to
the rail and its lower arm I4 positioned below
an oiTset arm I5 formed integral with the lower
end ofthe bracket II. A vertical adjusting screw
I6 engages the arms I4 and I5, and a clamping
screw I1 passes through a vertical slot I9 in the
connecting portion 20 of the bracket I2 and into
a lug 2I integral with the hanger bracket I I, and
functions to clamp the bracket I2 in a vertically
60 adjusted position.
The carriage B overhangs the
rear wall 5 of the main frame A,and the end
plates 6, 1 thereof include depending legs 22, 23
which are disposed above the rail Ill and termi
nate at their lower ends in spaced relation there
to. A horizontal angle-.bar support 24 which in
cludes a base 25 and a vertical Wall 26, is rigidly
secured at its ends to the lower ends of' the legs
trically positioned longitudinal bearing hubs 42,
43 for receiving a shaft 44 which is ñxedly se
cured in said hubs by screws 45. The cylinder
39 is attached at its ends to the heads 40, 4I by
split clamps 46, 41 which when released permit
the cylinder to be angularly adjusted with re
spect to said heads whenever it is desired to
change the position of the writing place on the
platen. 'I'he ends of the shaft project beyond
the hubs and are journaled in bearings 48, 49
which are rigidly secured to and project inwardly
from the end plates 6, 1 of the carriage B. Rig
idly attached to the h_ub 43 is a rock arm 50 as
shown in Figs. 14, 15 and 16 particularly, and 60
pivotally connected as at 5I to said rock arm is
the forward end of a link 52. The rear end of
the link 52 is pivotally connected as at 53 to
the arm 54 of a 3-armed lever 55 fixed to the
right hand end of a rock shaft 56 which is jour- ‘
naled at its ends in the end plates 6,.1 of the car
riage._ The platen C is positively rocked to its
22, 23 of the carriage end plates. Spaced U
shaped brackets 21, 21 which respectively include
70 a vertical connecting portion 28 and rearwardly
extending upper and lower arms 29, 3U are rigidly
rearmost or non-writing position by means of a
secured by the upper arms to the base 25 of the
` support 24, the lower arms being positioned below
and in free sliding contact with the rail I0.
75 Rollers 3I` are journaled on angularly adjustable
rigidly secured to and extends outwardly from
the front portion of the left end wall 6 of the
carriage A. The inner end of the lever 51 is
manually operable carriage return lever 51 which
is fulcrumed as at 58 to oscillate about a vertical
axis on a horizontal bracket 59 (Fig. 5) which is
provided with a cam head 60, the cam edge por
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tion `66a _engaging a roller 6l mounted on a lever
52 which is pivoted at one end as at‘63 to the
bracket 59. A link 64 is pivotally connected at
its front end as at 65 to the lever 62, and is pivot
ally connectedI at its rear end as at 66 tothe lower
arm 61 of a lever 68 which is ñxed to the rock
sheets may be line spaced without dragging the
carbon strips upwardly therewith and whereby
the carbon strips- may be fed freely through the
work sheets.
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It will be observed that when the platen C is
in its operative or writing position, the work
sheets W would normally extend upwardly from
>the writing line ofthe platen to the work clamp
F. Consequently the work sheets directly above
shaft 56. Thus when the operator swings the
carriage return lever 51 to the right (or to the
left as shown in Fig. 1) the lever _62 will effect a
the writingiline of the platen would be spaced
10 rocking of the shaft 56,A which through the me
dium of the lever 55, link 52, and rock arm 50 , from the platen surface. Thus when lower case
types are being em'ployed for printing, the upper
will rock the platen C from its forward or opera
ycase typeswould strike the work sheets directly
tive position as shown in Figure 14 to its rear
ward or inoperative position as shown in Fig. 16.
As above stated, the swinging of the carriage
return lever 51 to the right (or to the left as
viewed in Fig. 1) effects a rearward movement
of the platen C to its inoperative position. Upon
release of the carriage return lever by the opera
20 tor, said lever and platen together with the oper
ating connections therebetween, will be returned
automatically to their initial positions. To this
end, as shown in Figs. 4, 5 and 14, the lever 55
which is fixed `to the rock shaft 55 is vprovided
with a forwardly extending rock arm 65 having a
roller 10 journaled thereon. A bell crank lever
1l is pivoted at its angle as at 12 on the end plate
1 of the carriage B in ,front of the rock arm B9.
One arm 13 of the bell crank lever 1l extends
30 rearwardly and is provided with a fork 15 which
slidably engages the roller 1li. The other arm 15
of the bell crank lever 1l ¿extends 4downwardly
and is connected to the forward end of a coil
spring 16 whose rear end is anchored to the end
plate 23 of the carriage. Thus upon release of
the carriage return lever 51, the> spring 16 will
through themedium of the bell crank lever 1l
and arm 65` return not onlythe rock shaft 56 to
40
its -initial position, but also the platen C and the
carriage return lever- 51 to their initial positions.
It will be observed that the platen is eccentri
cally mounted to rock about a fixed horizontal
axis; that said axis is located within a circle
having for its center the center of the arcuate
vface of the platen and therefore the axis is lo
above the writing line on the platen, and result
in slight impressions being made on the work 15
sheets by the upper case types. Furthermore,
by reasonv of the work sheets being spaced from
the platen directly above the writing line, the up
per portions of the lower case types would not
strike the work sheets with the same force as the 20
lower portions of the lower case types and uneven
impressions would be made on the work sheets.
Means are therefore provided for curving or posi
tioning the work sheets and the carbon strips
directly above the writing line of the platen into 25
relatively tight contact relation with the platen
at the time when said platen is being returned to
its operative or writing position, and to relieve
said relatively tight contact relation of the work
sheets and carbon strips with the platen when
the latter is being 'moved rearwardly to its in
operative position whereby the work sheets may
be line spaced upwardly by movement of the truck
F without dragging the carbon strips upwardly
therewith, and whereby said carbon strips may be
fed freely through the work sheets. To this end,
I have provided a U-shap'ed positioning bail 11
comprising a work sheet engaging base or arm
18, and spaced rearwardly extending arms 19,
511, the base 18 being coextensive with the platen 40
and disposed in front of the Work sheets and ex
tending beyond the side edgesV thereof, and the
arms 19, 85 extending rearwardly past the side
edges of the work sheets and having sliding con
tact with the heads 5U, 5| of the platen. Located
cated eccentrically within the periphery of the in the rear of the platen is a brace rod 5l secured
platen;` that when the platen is in its operative to the supporting arms 82, 52 which are mounted'
on the inner faces of the carriage end plates t, 1.
or writing position, the major axis of the eccen
trically mounted platen lies in a horizontal plane Pivoted on the supporting arms 82, 62 by shoulder
screws 55, 53 and spaced apart are upwardly
50 containing both the axis of the platen Yand the
line of writing of the platen, and consequently extending operating arms 85, 55 to which are
the force of type impact against the platen will pivotally connected at their upper or free ends
be directed against the fixed axis of the platen;- as at 86, [i1 the free or rear ends of the arms 19,
that when the platen is in its operative or writ ‘ 55 of the positioning bail 11. As shown in Fig. 13,
ing position, as shown in Fig. 6, the writingïline the arm 85 is pivotally connected as at 88 to the
of the platen _will be located in front of a plane forward end of a link B9 having its rearend pivot
vcontaining the guide roller 35 and the line spac `ally connected as at 96 to the upper arm 9| of
ing truck F and consequently the work sheets the lever 68 which is fixed to the rock shaft 56. f
W are bowed forwardly and have relatively tight As shown in Fig. 14, the arm B5 Ais pivotally con
contact with the platen «and that as a result the nected as at 52 to the forward end of a link 93 60
carbon strips S between the Work sheets will be having its rear end 'pivotally connected as at 95
correspondingly bowed; that the platen is rocked
to the upper‘armv 95 of the lever 55 which is
upwardly and rearwardly through an arc of ap
fixed to the rock shaft 56.
proximately 90 degrees from its writing or opera
tive position to its non-writing or inoperative
position as shown in Fig. 9, whereby in the latter
position the front horizontal line of the platen
will be .located at -a point considerably in rear
seen thatwhen the shaft 56 is rocked by move- .
of the position ofthe platen writing line when
the latter is in its operative position; and that
when the platen vis in its inoperativev position,
the Work sheetsy W and carbon strips S will be
relieved of their _relatively tight contact relation
with the platen and the carbon strips will return
7-5 to their normal or flat relation, whereby the ywork
It will therefore be
ment of the carriage return lever 51 to the right,
the operating arms 84, 85 will be swung forwardly
andthe positioning bail 11 will be moved for
wardly, and that when the -carriage return lever
is released and returned to its initialA position by
the spring 16, the operating arms Bil, 85 will be
swung rearwardly and the positioning bail 11
will be moved rearwardly to its normal or opera
tive position. It will also be observed that the
rock shaft 56 is the common driving element for
both the platen C and the ppsitioning bail 11; 75
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that when the platen is moved rearwardly the
bail~will be moved forwardly simultaneously to
thereby cooperate with the platen movement and
relieve the‘work sheets W from their relatively
Ul tight contact relation with the platen, and that
the lplaten and the bail are respectively moved
simultaneously forwardly and rearwardly to their
The truck or clamp F (Figure 33) includes a
relatively stationary clamping plate :c and a rela
tively movable clamping plate y between which
the lead-in ends of the work sheets W are adapted
to be clamped. A manually operable means in
cluding a cam ||3 vand a linger lever ||3a is
mounted on the truck for moving the movable
normal or operative positions- at which time the »clamping plate y against the tension of a spring
positioning bail 11 retains the work sheets directly || 4 when it is desired to insert the work sheets
in the clamp, or to release them therefrom. The
10 above the writing line ofthe platen in spaced re
lation to the upper types when the lower types truck also carries a horizontal shaft ||5 having
pinions ||6, ||1 thereon which engage'vertical
are being employed, and also> to insure good print
ing when the upper types are employed.
rack bars ||8, ||9 fixed to the inner flanges of the
'I'he positioning bail 11 is yieldably held in side bars for maintaining the truck in its hori
zontal position when being moved upwardly or 16
15 sliding contact with the heads 41|,> 4| of the
platen by coil springs 96, 91 which are locatedin front of the pivots 86, 81 and have their upper
ends connected to the arms 19, 80 of the bail
and their lower ends connected to lugs 98, 99
20 respectively formed on the upper ends of operat
ing arms 83, 84. By having the arms 19, 80 of
the positioning bail resting on the heads 40, 4|
of the platen, the vertical position of the base
18 of the bail is always maintained when said
25 bail is in itsoperative position.
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The positioning bail 11 may be swung upwardly
and rearwardly to the dotted line position shown
in Fig. 13 to permit the work sheets W to be
pulled forwardly when loading the machine for
30 the purpose of interleaving the carbon strips S
-downwardly along the collating frame.
Removably attachedto the outer flange of the
standard |02 by screws |20, |20 is a stationary
and longitudinally extending ratchet bar |2|
having ratchet teeth |22 along its rear face.
A ,
lifting bar |23 is slidably mounted on the side
bar |02 between the rack ||8 and the stationary
ratchet bar |2| for longitudinal movements rela
tive thereto, and is provided With‘ratchet teeth
|24 along its rear face. The lifting bar |23 is 25
provided with spaced upper and lower pairs of
guide flanges |25, |25 and |26, |26, and upper
and lower pairs of guide pins-|21, |21 and |28, |20
are respectively mounted on the stationary rack
bar ||8 and the stationary ratchet bar |2| for 30
in said work sheets, or to make erasures on the
retaining the lifting bar |23 in place.
work sheets. The upward and rearward move
A bracket plate |29 (Figs. 32, 33 and 35) is
ment of the positioning bail is limited by later
rigidly connected to the truck or clamp F and
` ally extending stop ears |00, |0| respectively - extends rearwardly of the side bar |02,of the col
lating frame.v A lifting pawl |30 and a holding 35
35 formed on the arms 84, 85 and engageable by the
arms 19,80 of the positioning bail. It will be ' pawl |3| are fulcrumed on a pin |32 fixed to the
observed that when the positioning bail 11 is bracket plate |29, the lifting pawl |30 engaging
swung upwardly to its inoperative position the the teeth of -the ratchet lifting bar |23 and the
springs 96, 91 will cross the pivots 86, 81 which holding pawl |3| engaging the teeth of the sta
tionary ratchet bar |2|. These pawls are nor
40 connect the bail 11 and arms 84, 85 and thereby
retain the positioning bail in said upward posi
mally held in engagement with the teeth of said
tion.
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The collating frame G comprises two spaced
channel shaped side bars or standards |02, |03
45 which are rigidly although removably connected
at their upper ends by a cross bar |04 by means
of screws |05, |06 and have their lower ends ñxed
to the bearings 48, 49 of the platen C. Rearward
ly and downwardly inclined braces |01, |08, are
rigidly although removably connected at their
upper ends to the side bars by screws |09, ||0,
and are rigidly connected at their lower ends by
screws |||, ||2 to theend plates 6, 1 ,of the car
riage B, to thereby retain the collating frame in a
vertical and stationary position.
The rock arm 50 of the platen is provided with
an adjustable stop screw 50a (Figs. 14, 15 and 16)
which cooperates with the adjacent standard |03
of the stationary collating frame Gto thereby
60 variably limit the forward o_r operative position
of the platen C.
It will be observed that the positioning bail 11
is located between the side bars |02, |03 of the
collating frame, and consequently said bail is
free to be moved forwardly and backwardly and
to be swung upwardly and rearwardly without
ratchet bars by means of coil springs |33 and
|34. It will thus be seen that when the lifting bar
|23 is elevated, the lifting pawl |30 will cause the
truck F to be correspondingly elevated and when 45
pressure is released from the lifting bar the hold
ing pawl |3| will retain the truck in its elevated
position. The distance between any two adjacent
teeth of the lifting bar corresponds to the distance
of a single space and it will therefore be apparent
that as the truck or clamp F is elevated step-by
step the work Sheets W will be correspondingly
line spaced.
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A manually operable means including finger
pieces |35, |36 is mounted on the truck F for re
leasing the pawls |30, |3| whereby the truck may
be lowered by gravity to the bottom of the collat
ing frame G whenever it is _desired to have the
truck engage the next form on the work sheet.
The lower end of the lifting bar |23 is connected
by a link |31 to a headless stud |31a mounted on
the horizontal arm |38 of a bell crank lever |39
which is fulcrumed on a horizontal bearing pin
|40 amxed on the end plate 6 of the carriage B.
(See Figs. 13, 33, 38 and 40.) 'I‘he upwardly ex
tending or vertical arm |4| of said bell crank lever
interfering with the collating- frame.
, |39 is connected by an adjustable eccentric pivot
The truck F is line spaced upwardly a‘long the
|42 to the rear end of a link |43. (See Figs. 13
collating frame G by the carriage return lever
51 in timed relation with the backward and for--`
ward movements of the platen C and positioning
bail 11. The truck F together with the connec
tions between the truck and the carriage return
lever 51 are disclosed generally in the patent to
75 Degener 1,853,761, Apr. 12, 1932.
and 33.) The front end of the link |43 is pivotal
ly connected as at |44 to a lever |45 which is 70
fulcrumed on the pivot 63 on the shelf 59. (See '
Figs. _5 and 39.) ‘I'he lever |45 is provided with a
forwardly extending arm |46 whichjerminates in
an upturned toe |41. When the carriage return
lever 51 is released, the spring 16 will effect a re
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turn of the positioning bai1'11 and the platen C
together with> the lever 62 to their initial positions,
and the lifting bar |23 will gravitate to its initial
position and 'thereby effect a return of the lever
' |45 to its initial position.
Journaled on the cam head 60 of the carriage
return lever 51 is a roller |48 which,l when the
lever 51 is in its normal position, is spaced a con
¿ ~ siderable distance from the toe |41 of the lever |45
10 and will not contact said toe until after the lever
> 51 has actuated the lever 62 to'effect'the forward
, movement of the positioning bail 11 and the rear
ward movement of the platen C. After vthe roller
6| leaves the cam edge 60a of the carriage return
lever 51, it contacts a concentric edge portion nor
ears in rear of the plate |50 for rolling contact
with said plate whereby the latter is retained in
its vertical plane. The plate is provided along its
upper- edge with a rearwardly extending flange
|59 which terminates at its ends in spaced rela
tion to the ears |56, |51. vThe spool frame |49
is movable longitudinally with respect to the car
riage B for a limited distance.
The left hand 10V
end of the base flange |5| of the plate as viewed
in Fig. 2, is normally held against an adjustable
eccentric back stop |60 `(Figs. 2, 12 and 30) which
is mounted on the base ñange 25 of the support
`24. The right hand end of the base flange |5|
carriage return lever to the right, the lever |45
is normally spaced from but is adapted to con
tacta front stop screw |6| which is adjustably
will be actuated while the lever 62 will be idle.» As
a result of vthis timing of the parts, the positioning
end of the base ñange 25.
bail 11 and the platen vC will remain in their in
operative positions during the line spacing move
As illustrated in the drawings, and particularly
in Figure 1, nine carbon strip spool assemblies s
ment of the truck or clamp F, or in other words,
thev linev spacing of» the work sheets‘will occur
, subsequent to the platen and the positioning bail
are shown as being arranged in three sets, the sets
being arranged in tandem and each set-contain
dwell 60h.
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|51 which overlie the plate |50. Guide rollers
|58, |58 are journaled on the under side of the
Thus upon continued movement of the
being respectively -moved rearwardly and for
- wardly to relieve the normal tight contact rela
tion of- the work sheets. and carbon strips with
the platen. When the carriage return lever 51
is released, the spring 16 will effect a return of
30 the positioningbail 11 and the platen C together
with the lever 62 to their initial positions, and the
lifting bar |23 -will gravitate to its initial position
and `thereby effect a return of the lever |45 to its
initialposition.
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mounted in an upturned ear |62 located at the
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ing three spools.
Each spool assembly (Figs. 27, 28 and >29) in 25
cludes a sheet metal circular disc |63 having a
toothed periphery |64 and a concentric hollow .
hub |65 of metal which includes an inner annulus
|66 and an outer annulus |61, the latter being
provided with la plurality of openings |68 forming 30
resultant longitudinal bars |69. The carbon
strips S are respectively attached to and rolled
tightly on paper tubes |10 to prevent the rolls
from slipping around the tubes when extra-pull
35 i In the event that it is desired to employ a new
or tension is applied by a tension regulator which
form of work sheet W of different line spacing,
will be fully described hereinafter, the tubes being
it will be necessary lto substitute a new- ratchet
bar |2| and a new lifting bar |23 having teeth of
different pitch. This is accomplished by remov
40 ing the screws. |20 from the stationary ratchet
mounted on the hubs |65. Mounted in each hol- >
low hub |65 is a pair of spring pressed fingers |1|
having teeth |12 at one end for engaging the
paper tubes |10 to prevent relative rotation be 40
bar |2| and sliding the link |31 laterally >off the tween the hubs and the tubes. The spool assem
headless stud |31a, and then removing the lifting blies are journaled on three horizontal shafts |13 "
bar |23 and the stationary ratchet barl |2| . which are clamped to the spool supporting plate
through the top of the collating frame G. This |50 and project rearwardly therefrom, there- being
removal of the bars |2| and |23 can be effected three spool assemblies journaled on eachshaft. 45
only after the cross bar |04 and the braces |01 Each shaft |13 is provided at its outer end 4with
have lbeen partly disassembled by removing the a circumferentialv groove |14, and with a longi
-tudinal groove |15. A spacing collar |16 is at--.
screws |05, |06, |09, and ||0. It will be under
stood that the pawls |30, |3| will be held out of tached to the inner end‘of each shaft directly in
engagement with the teeth of said bars |2l, |23 rear of and in contact with the plate |50. ' Three 50
during the time the substitution is being made. brake shoes |11 are separately mounted in each
longitudinal groove |15 for cooperation with vthe
It will also be observed that by means of thead
justable eccentric pivot |42 the amount of lifting respective spool assemblies to impose frictional
movement imparted to the lifting bar |23 may be resistance to thereby retain said assemblies
against free rotation on the shaft. Each brake’ 55
55 adjusted to conform to the line spacing arrange
shoe is as long as the width of the spool, and the
ment of the new work sheet'W.
The carbon strips S are unwound from spool` upper front corner- is rounded as at |18 to form a .
cam.
Each brake shoe |11 is provided with a
assemblies s which are journaledon a frame |49
which is mounted on the rear of the carriage B
centrally disposed and downwardly extending
for horizontal forward and backward movements
guide'pin |19 which slides in a transverse bore |80 60
formed in the shaft |13. One end of the bore
transverselyl of the machine.
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The spool frame »|49 comprises a vertically dis
registers with thelongitudlnal' groove |15 and the
posed skeleton sheet metal platey |50 having a base ' other end is formed with a counterbore forming a
support 24. The frame |49 is supported by the
res tant seat |8| adapted for cooperation’ with a
hea |82 on the guide pin |19 to limit the outward 65
movement of. the brake shoe, Coil springs |83,
|83 are seated in radial bores |84, |84 formed in
the shaft on opposite sides of the guide pin |19, the '
rollers |53 above and in spaced relation to the
bores registering with the longitudinal groove |15 `
base 25 of the support 24. The legs 22,23 o_f the
carriage B are respectively provided with in
wardly extending bracket arms |54, |55 (Fig. 12)
and the springs bearing against the undér face of 70
flange |5| and horizontal bearing slots |52, |52
formed in its ends adjacent the lower edge thereof
for receiving double flanged rollers |53, |53 jour
naled on the vertical wall 26 of the horizontal
the brake shoe. The springs normally urge the .
brake shoe outwardly into frictional contact with
the inner face of the hub |65. 'I‘he three spool
`4 which lie directly in rear of the upper end por
tions of the frame plate |50, and are provided assemblies are adapted to be positioned on the
75 with rearwardly` projecting horizontal ears |50, l shaft one at a. time. and during this loading op 75
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