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Patented sept. 2o, 1938
2,130,776
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE
2,130,776
APPARATUS FOR MOUNTING SAMPLES ON
v CARDS AND THE LIKE
Alfred Oser, Vienna, Austria
Application October 26, 1937, Serial No. 171,071
In Germany November 9, 1936
» 24 claims.
<01; 21e-2)
The invention relates to apparatus for mounting samples, especially textile samples, on cards
or other kinds of backing. In, particular, it relates to such an apparatus in which beneath a
and in the other the sample-container faces the
10 card, so that in one working operation the application of the adhesive to the cards and in a
second Working operation the pressing of the
areas thus coated with adhesive against stacks
`‘lli takes place. An apparatus of this type is de-
scribed in my U. S. Patent No. 1,948,390, ñled
Y September 26, 1931, patented Jan. i6, 1934.
20 stuck cards; but large scale production does not
yproceed as fast as is desirable, because the operation of the apparatus necessitates a large number
of individual manipulations. The attendant has
to insert into the card carrier the card to which
ing printing forms associated with the sample
container are controlled by the slide carrying the
adhesive and sample-containers.
The device for inserting the cards in the head
gripping elements, and present the card to clamp
ing means associated with the slide and adapted, 1o
on the movement of the slide in the other direc
tion, to draw the card into guides provided on
the carrier. As gripping elements there may
riphery of which is preferably provided with a A15
rubber covering.
_
Another object is to provide means, in such an
of absorbent material, with adhesive so as to en- 20
sure uniform application of adhesive to the cards.
Suitably, this wetting device is controlled by the
card carrying head of the apparatus.
A still further object of the invention is to pro- „ ,
25 adhesive is to be applied, and to remove the card
vide means, such an apparatus, for automati- 25
30 ,has become too small, and in fact he has to per-
equipped'in accordance with the invention, with 30
ner to a set beat.
35
Y
The principal object of the invention is to produce an .apparatus for mounting samples on cards
or the like which is fit for a large scale produc-
engages the distributing roll of the inking mech-
anism and in the other end position of the lever 35
the inking roll travels over the face of the print
ing forms.
tion, limiting the working of theA attendant lto
Another object is to provide means, in such an
removing the card from the sample-container apparatus, for ensuring that the forms are all
0 after the samples have been mountedthereon by Aevenly pressed against the cards. This is 40
the apparatus.
‘ achieved, according to the invention, by support
A further object is to provide an apparatus in ing the forms on resilient pins.
i which simultaneously with the mounting of the
samples the cards are printed with the aid of
î printing blocks or forms in a simple and eiiicient
manner. It is already known to number sample
‘ the individual matrices used for any one card are
apt to be Worn to different extents.
`In accordance with the invention the problem
Still another object of this invention is to pro
vide means, in sucha device, for avoiding smudg
ing of the wet print on the cards. It might hap- 45
pen that after the printing of the card, and dur
To obviate this danger, it is advisable to bring the 50
cards out of contact with the types so that the
printed impression of the card shall be cleared.
.
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able the types of the forms to be submerged be
neath or protruded above the surface of the sam
ple-container. The sample-container is prefer
ably supported upon axially slidable resilient pins
to which, on the movement of the sample-con
tainer, there is imparted an up and down move
perspective view of a printing block with short
types inserted in position.
Like reference characters denote like parts in
the several figures of the drawings.
Referring to the drawings, and in particular
to Fig. 1, the apparatus has a vertically recipro
catable head l provided at the sides with guides
ment, i. e., by levers controlled by stationary
guides and by a` helical cam groove. The guides
are secured to the bed of the apparatus at such
points that the sample-container on its move
10
ment along the bed is lowered before the inking
of the types and raised before the printing of'th‘e
15
2 for the card to mount, and a slide 3 on which
there are provided an adhesive-container ¿l and 10
a sample-container '5. The slide is adapted to
travel on a horizontal track or bed 6 between
disposed that in the
l“stops ‘I and 8 which are so
cards takes place.
A further object of the invention is toprovide
one endzposition the adhesive-container 4, and
in theother end position the sample-container 15
5 comes opposite the card secured to the under
an apparatus of the type described which en
sideof the head or plunger l.
ables the preparatory
work required for insert- '
ing fresh samples and forms in the container
to be done independently of the apparatus so
that time is gained in going over to the produc
In-the-.container 4 there are disposed pads l0
«of felt or other absorbent material (Fig. 4), and
in the container 5 there are inserted open boxes 20
‘H 4»with stacks of samples l2 (Fig. 6). In one
For this
working operation the plunger l, together with
purpose the boxesfor the stacks of samples and
the card inserted therein is lowered down on to
tion of a fresh set of sample cards.
the forms are placed in an intermediate con
the adhesive-container l! with the result that an
impressionof the adhesive is applied to the card.
Aln a second working operation the areas to which 25
adhesive has thus been applied are pressed on
25 been gummed on the cards or a set of cards
to the stacksof samples I2 in the sample-con
tainers 5 with the result that the uppermost
with different samples is to be made, the inter
mediate container is removed from the apparatus samples in the stacks are gummed to the card. 30
and replaced by another intermediate container At the same time the card guides 2 are pivoted
about joints i3 to detach the card from the
freshly ñlled with samples and forms.
Y30
A still .further object of the invention is to plunger head l. The mechanism for effecting
tainer adapted to be inserted in the sample-con
tainer of the apparatus. When the stacks of
samples in the intermediate container have all
provide an apparatus of this type which enables
the subsequent pressing of the sample cards nec
the detaching of the card, and the arrangement
of the boxes which receive the stacks of samples
essary to» ensure that the samples ñrmly adhere
to the cards, to be carried out in a shorter time
than was required hitherto. To this end, the
cards are passed through a pair of rollers after
the samples have been mountedV thereon.
are not illustrated in the drawings, so as to show 35
more clearly the parts to which the invention
Other objects and features of novelty will
become apparent .as this specification proceeds,
40 in connection with the accompanying drawings
showing a form of construction of the appara
tus according to the invention, by way of exam
relates.
The insertion of the cards in the plunger head
l, in the apparatus according to the present in
vention, is effected not by hand as hitherto, but 40
automatically. For this purpose there is pro
vided in front of the plunger head l a card table
which consists of a sloping plate l5 supported on
a strut I6. The strut is capable of being iixed
ple, in which:--Fig. 1 is a front elevation of the apparatus,
45 Fig. 2 shows the card table with the clamping
mechanism for the cards, in front elevation, on
an enlarged scale, and partly broken away. Fig.
in position ona horizontal plate Il which is slid
able in guides i8, and which, in response to spring
action, presses the table l5 together with the
cards I9 leant against it, constantly up to rolls
Fig. 6
of
'20. These rolls 2i! are provided, over a2l part
adapt
their periphery, with a rubber covering
ed to engage the uppermost card for the purpose
of withdrawing the same from the stack. The
shows the sample-container in plan view; Fig. ’l
rolls are rotated by gear wheels 22 actuated by
is a vertical section taken on line VII--VII of
Fig. 6; Fig. 8 is a side elevation of the inking
a rack 23 terminating in a spring fork 24 in
which a driver 25 attached to the slide 3 engages
with its spherical portion 26.
„
The card withdrawn from the stack by the
action of `the rolls 2l! is gripped at an appointed
time by clamps 36 which draw the card into the
guides 2 in the plunger head.
The clamps 3G are disposed on arms 3| which
are hinged to the slide 3 at 32, and are kept de
3 is a `plan view of Fig. 2; Fig. 4 shows the adhe
sive-container in plan View; Fig.
:50 section taken on line V--V of Fig. 4.
mechanism and of the slide with the sample
55 container, partly broken away; Fig. 9 is an end
elevation of the apparatus as seen from the right
in Fig. l; Fig. l0 shows, on an enlarged scale,
the jaw of the clamp, in longitudinal section, in
the closed position and (in broken lines) in the
60 open position; Fig. 11 is a plan view correspond
ing to Fig. 10; Fig. 12 is a horizontal section
taken through the slide on line XII-Xlï of Fig.
13, the sample-container, which is not visible,
being shown in broken lines; Fig. 13 is an end
elevation of Fig. 12; Fig. 14 is a view similar to
pressed by an angle piece 33 attached to the
driver 25 to prevent the clamps from being
.pivoted upwards about the joints 32 when the
ing to that of Fig. 16, only with the sample
container raised;.Figs. 18, 19, 20 show diagram
card is being withdrawn. .3d denotes a stop on
the slide. against which the arms 3l may bear.
The jaws 36a of the clamps are rigidly connected
to the arms 3| (Figs. l0, 11), and the jaws 30D
are hinged to- the jaws 30a. The jaws 39h may on
the one hand be pivotally moved by a cam 31
through the instrumentality of an arm 35 se
cured to this jaw and having a nose 36 at its end,
and on the other hand are stressed by a leaf
matically the sample-container in three posi
spring 39 which is supported against a leaf
that of Fig. 12, and Fig. 15 a view similar to that
of Fig. 13, only with the sample-container in a
dilîerent position; Fig. 16 shows, in longitudinal
section,.a .detail of the slide with the sample
70 container lowered; Fig. 17 is a view correspond
tions- during its forward movement; Fig. 2l.is a
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spring 38 secured to the arm 3|. 'I'he shafts of
thearm
cams
31 are
connected
to an arm
is
an
which
is formed
integrally
with41.
the 40
arm
3|, and which is provided at the lower end with
a roller 4 |.
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pads |0 in the adhesive-container 4.
In the
known machines for the productlon of sample
.
guiding track 42 secured to the
guideway or bed ‘of the slide. The track 42 con
sists of horizontal portions .42h and 42C interconnected by a deflecting portion 42a, and a slop
ing branch portion 42d adjoining the portion 42D.
to the guideway 5 for the slide.
.
For the purpose or" explaining the functioning
of the rolls .
and recourse is there- 10
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automatically. To this end the adhesive pads I0 `15
(Fig. 4) are surrounded by wires 5| which form
a frame 52. This frame rests
53 (Fig. 5) and is guided on pins 54.
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wardly extending pins against which the plunger
head | strikes in its descent. In this manner the 20
frame is pressed down and the wires 5| thereof
are thereby caused to dip into the supply of ad
hesive
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25
35 the portion 42h of the track 42.
On the attain
`ment of the end positio-n the jaws of the clamps
with adhesive since the frame 1s raised again 425
under the action of the springs 53 and wipes
against the sides of the pads. To enable the
moistening action to be regulated the frames 52
are made vertically adjustable.
In the sample-container 5 there are provided ."30
the boxes or compartments for the stacks of sam
ples, with which are associated printing chases
58, and also further printing chases 59. The
cards are numbered with the aid of the chases
30, which have stood open during the movement,
are closed. The closing of the jaws is elîected by
the stop 43 which encounters the arm 39 and
40 swings it into the position shown in broken lines
in Fig. 2, with the result that the cams 31 are ro
tated
45
from the stack propped against the plate I5, into
the mouth ofthe clamps.
. On the return of the slide 3 into the position
the driver 25, the rack 23 is carried along by the
slide 3 until the lug 48 on the rack (Fig. 3)
strikes against a fixed stop 49. On the further
fork 24. During this movement of the rack 23
the gear wheel 22 is disengaged from the axle of
the 'rolls 20 by a free-wheel device not shown in
the drawings, so that the rolls are not rotated.
The arms 40 of the clamps travel,
for instance Bakelite, or the like.
'I‘he forms are inked by an inking
"taining
to an inking apparatus 6|.
roll 63 per
is in contact `with the distributing roll,
. the other position (shown in full lines) it travels
over the surface of the forms. A spring G3 ar-g; 5
rests the inking in either of the two end positions.
The card inserted in the plunger head | is
pressed, when the plunger descends, on to the felt
(Fig. l) the roller 66
the result that the lever 64 is `drawn downwards
and the arm 62 swung downwards, so that the
roll Bü travels across the face of the iormsïî'lß
‘ tainer the z forms :.58, '.59 ‘ remain «stationary >there
in, lsince theëforms are supported: independently
"tion, >the roller 158.6 :cornes into engagement with `of rthe sample-container. Consequently, when
`,the slot 68 and brings: about the'rocking back> of -the sample-container is lifted the forms-become
íthe'1arm162. Whenthe slide ismoved from right submerged in the compartments of the container t5
.to left the roll »fßrremains inthe lifted position. :and the’surface of the typesis brought below the
:Tozprevent the slot'ßl'from interfering withthe level of thev upper edge of the container (Fig. 17).
iShortly beforeätheattainment `of'lthe endtposi
:return movement ‘the >portion .Bla of the ,- side
When the Asample-container is'lowered the‘types
îthereof is adapted to‘hinge inwards to deflect the Aemerge again (Fig. 16).
When -the sample-container on the :slide is W'510
roller- 66.
¿'10 *To ensure that the'printing ink isuniforrnly moved beneath the plunger head l the types be
. applied to the‘forms in the inking operationthe
inking‘roll must travel over the face of >the forms
come inkedfby the inking roll 6U in the described
APriori-o inking, the >sample-container
-without any‘relative sliding movement. .This re~ Ais in> theraised position in which the types 9l-are
ssultis achieved in accordance with the invention submerged. To allow of inking kofthe types the ¿15
`1,15 byiiitting to the endsof the axle of the inking container .is then lowered >while being moved
from the end position (Fig. 18) beneath the
croll 6U milled-edged discsß!! of the same diam
plunger head (position Fig. 20); in the course
'.eter'as the inking roll, which run uninterrupt
Vmanner.
»edly-on rails 10 throughoutthe inking operation
of this movementthe rollers185 travel overthe
)and positively rotate‘the inking `roll (Figs. 8
`arcuate guides 86 (Figs. 12, 13), are thereby‘âo
¿20 :and 9) . The'rails, which are preferably provided
`with a rubber covering 1Go., are disposed at both
»longitudinal sides ofthesample-container 5 and
secured' to the slideß. The rail surface on which
thediscs or vwheels 59 :run is slightly below the
shifted as to position (position in Fig. 19, as also
in’ Figs. 14 Vand 15) and effect rocking of the arms
183 and consequently also rotation of the sleeves
"1S, this rotary movement being in its turn con
125 level of the surface ofthe forms, Soas to cause
verted, through the intermediary of the slots-82 "-125
land flngersïfßl, into a descending movement of
'the types to penetratesomewhat into» the mate
:rial of the inking roll, which is preferably made
the sleeves 'IB together with the pins 8U (Fig.‘16) .
The types consequently emerge 'from the con
of .'gelatine, and thus to ensure .thorough inking.
As may be seen from Figs. 6 and '7, the open
7,30 boxes H are not directly inserted in the con
'tainerv 5:.but. are placed'in an intermediate con
Atainer `‘ll which may conveniently be made of
cardboard or the like. The intermediate con
tainer 5 and can comein contact with the’inking
roll 60. After the whole ofthe types has become ’.130
inked the inking Vroll is kswung'up again in the
manner already described, and thel sample-con
tainer :1I forms a frame for the boxes Il, the
¿3,35 ‘ formszj-Eßrand `52"„ anddistancing elements 12 used
tainer, in .the course of its further movement, is
lifted until it occupies a position beneath `the
-plunger head (position of the end of the sample- m5
container shown in broken lines in Fig. 8),-by
to fill‘out‘the space between the boxes and the
virtue of the fact that the rollers -85 travel over
side walls of the, intermediate container.
ythe arcuate guides `»8l
The ,use of Yan intermediate container affords
the advantage that all preparatory work may be
F,m :carried out independently of the machine,fso that
no timeneed be lost in going over to the produc
merged types‘beneath the vplunger head. The
tion of a fresh set of sample cards.
The printing forms 58 and 59 are provided with
pins 13 adapted to pass through'holes in the bot
,.:45 tom of the intermediate container and to rest
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upon‘resilient pins 14. In this manner the pres
sure-is caused to be even on all forms, even'if
card is then printed andrat the same time the
samples are gummed on. The slide 3 is then
moved back into the end position, so that the
ñnished card may be removed and inserted into ‘.545
the nip of rolls 95, 96 kept in rotation behind
the bed of the slide. These rollS are designed to
there‘should happen to be unevennesses in the
surface of the forms. To avoid smudging of the
,50 print on the cards the forms are lowered after
“
(Figs. 14, l5) and‘bring
about a‘ lifting of the pinsißû (Fig. 17) so that the
sample-container comes into position with sub- ‘.540
inking and remain in this position until the next
inking operation. During the printing operation
the forms emerge, since the sample-container is
pressed down by the plunger head.
À 55 `'The lowering or submerging of the forms after
‘
Vinking and their raising prior to printing is ef
'fectedby the following arrangement. The sam
ple-container 5 rests upon four pins 80 which are
fresiliently mounted in sleeves 19, and which are
„so capable of being moved up and down. For this
purpose two ñngers or cams 8l secured diametri*
cally opposite each other on the slide 3 engage in
helical> grooves 82 of the sleeves 18. At the lower
`ends of the sleeves there are secured arms 83.
„65 The'two pins 88 on one side of the container 5
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are `coupled together, through the intermediary
of these arms, by a cranked rod 84; at the end of
thisrod there is fitted a roller 85 which is con
,trolled by arcuate guides'86, 81 (Figs. 1, 8, 12-15,
and 18 to 20) mounted on the stationary bed 6
Vofthe apparatus. Owing to the interengaging
>pins and slots 8|, 82, the pins 88 are raised or
lowered, taking the sample-container with them,
when the arms 83 are moved across from side to
s'l'äçside. During this movement of the sample-con
deliver the card on to a ramp >91 (Figs‘l, 8 and 9)
down which the same-passes to a collecting box
not shown in the drawings. The guides 86 are
spring-stressed (Figs. 12, 13) so that they may
yield to and clear the rollers 85 during the return
movement of the slide into the end position (from
`position Fig. 18 to that of-Fig. 20).
By combining the apparatus with a printing
device capable ofprinting all the matter required
to. appear onßthe cards, considerable advantages
are obtained over the hitherto usual method of
printing companies’ namesand other matter on
the cards in a yseparate working operation,.since ’7'
in this `manner Ythe ,f length _of `time required to
produce the cards is shortened and it becomes
unnecessary to keep printed cards in stock.
After the printing of the cards and the gum
ming on ofthe samples the cards must be power- î
fully pressed, `to cause the samples to adhere
firmly. Hitherto it has been usual to use presses
of the type of copying presses. The specific
pressing force exerted by presses of this type is,
however, relatively low, so that it has been neces
sary to `leave the cards for a considerable length
of time in the press.
The passing of the'cards, after gumming, be
tween the rolls'95, V96, as described, enables this
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subsequent pressing to be carried out in a shorter
time.
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According to the provisions of the patent stat
es, I have explained the principle and construc
so as to Withdraw said uppermost backing.
6. In an apparatus for mounting samples on 51.
10
What I claim is:`
1. In an apparatus for
carrying a backing, a bed underneath said head, a
stack of backings provided at one end of said bed,
a slide positively guided on said bed, gripping ele 10k
backing, such
15
20
20
25
25
30'
30
ment of said slide along said bed.
In an apparatus for mounting samples on
for carrying a backing,
said slide along said bed.
85,
head, a stack of backings
3. In an apparatus for mounting samples on
backing, suc
40
45
50
movement of said slide along said bed.
4. In an apparatus for mounting samples on
serted in the guides of said head, an adhesive
container and a sample-container provided on 55
said slide, printing forms associated With said
gripping elements and to draw said
backing into the guides of said head, an adhesive~
container and a sample-container provided on
said slide, printing forms associated with said
sample-container, an inking mechanism for ink
ing said printing forms, and means mounted to
said slide for controlling the said inking mecha
nism so as to ink said printing forms on the move
ment of said slide along said bed.
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an" inking‘froll mountedî C‘onf a : pivoted- lever, and
slide for controlling said inserting means on the
movement of said slide along said bed so as to
insert a backing in said head, an adhesive-con
tainer and a sample-container provided on said
means‘mounted to said slide for controlling the
said `lever on the movement of said slide along said
bed sofas -to causefsaid inkingroll alternatively to slide, adhesive applying pads provided in said
5t engage said distributing roll and the face' of said adhesive-container, a vertically movable frame
forms. thusxalternately distributing inkV onV said surrounding and adapted to Wipe against the
sides of said pads, a spring holdingv said frame
inking». roll Iand inking ,said forms.
9';-In >an'apparatus'for mounting samples on in a raised position, said frame being adapted to
backing, such'as a‘sample card, folder, etc., a` be moved downwards by the descending head so
lwlvertically reciprocatable head adapted to ‘carry a Vas to dip said frame in the body of adhesive pro
backing, means for inserting abackingin said vided in said adhesive-container, and to raise up
wards by the action of said spring so as to Wipe
head, afbed underneath said head, a slide posi
tively guided on said bed, means provided on said against and moisten the sides of the pads with
slide-"for controllinglsaid inserting means onrthe the adhesive carried by the frame, printing forms
associated with said sample-container, an inking
mímovement of 1 said slide along said bed so as to
mechanism for inking said printing forms, and
insert a backing in saidhead, an adhesive-con
tainer'and` a sample-container provided on said means mounted to said slide for controlling the
slide,- printingforms associated with said sample
container,` an inkingmechanism for inking said
20í~îprinting forms comprising anink distributing roll
and~ an inking roll mounted on a pivoted lever,
guides mounted to'said slide, and a1 system of
levers'actuated by lsaid guides on the movement
said inking mechanism so as to ink said printing
forms on the movement of said slide along said
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bed.
14. In an apparatus for mounting samples on
backing, such as a sample card, folder, etc., a
of said slidealong said bed so as to cause said ink
gsîingI roll alternately to engage said distributing
roll and. the `faceof-said forms thus alternately
distributingink on -said inking roll andl inking
said forms.
vertically reciprocatable head adapted to carry a
backing, a bed underneath said head, a slide posi
tively guided on said bed, an adhesive-container
and a sample-container provided on said slide,
an intermediate container containing stacks of
samples and adapted to be inserted in said
10;»In‘an’ apparatus for Ymounting samples on
ßûitbackingsuclr asa sample A‘card,.folder, etc., a
vertically reciprocatable head adapted to carry
a<backing,‘ means for `inserting a backingfin said
head, a bed underneath said head, a slide posi
sample-container, printing forms associated with
said intermediate container, an inking mecha
nism for inlring said printing forms, and means
mounted to said slide for controlling the said
tivelyguided- on‘said‘bedmeans provided on said
inking mechanism so as to ink said printing
forms on the movement of said slide along said
:1,51 slide >for controlling‘said inserting means on the
movement of said slide along said bed so as to
insert a backing'in said head,'an adhesive-con
bed.
15. In an apparatus for mounting samples on
tainer and asample-container provided on said
vertically reciprocatable head adapted to carry
slidefprinting` forms'associated with said sample
a backing, means for inserting a backing in said
backing, such as a sample card, folder, etc., a
Lm. containenvan inking roll for inking said printing
forms, means `mounted to said slide for control
ling `the said inking-roll so as to ink‘said printing
forms on the movement of said slide along'said
bed, rails fixed to said slide, and discsl securedv to
Lmy_,said‘inking roll'and -adapted to run on said rails
so as opositively'to rotate said -inking roll during
head, a bed underneath said head, a slideposi
tively guided on said bed, means provided on said
slide'for controlling said inserting means on the
movement of said slide along said bed so as to
insert. a backing in ‘said head, van adhesive-con
tainer and a sample-container provided on said
the inking operation.
slide, an intermediate container containing
stacks of samples and adapted to be inserted in
11.? In an‘apparatus as `claimed inv claim 10, said sample-container, printing forms associated
discs securedto lthe axle of said inking'roll >and with said intermediate container, an inking
mjghaving» the same diameter as said inking roll, and mechanism for inking said printing forms, and
which lies slightly .below the ` means mounted to said slide for controlling the
rails thesurface of
said inking mechanism so as to ink said printing
level’ of the-face of said forms.
12.> In> anI apparatus. for mounting ‘samples- on forms on the movement of said slide along said
backing, .such as a sample card, folder, etc., a bed.
16. In an apparatus for mounting samples on
„gggvertically reciprocatable head adapted to carry a
backingpa‘bed underneath said head,fa slide posi
backing, such as` a sample card, folder, etc., a
tively guidedfonîsaidbed, an adhesive-container vertically reciprocatable head adapted to carry
and a'sample-container provided on said slide,
adhesive applying pads provided in said adhesive
m‘irfcontainer; a vertically movable frame surround
ing and adaptedto Wipe against the sides of said
pads, a spring holding said frame in raised posi
tion, said frame being- adapted to be moved down
a backing, means for' inserting a backing in said
head, a bed> underneath said head, a'slide posi
tively guided on- said bed, means provided on said
slide for controlling said inserting means on the
niovementof said slide along said bed so as to
insert a backing in said head', an adhesive-con'
tainer and a sample-container‘provided on-said
slide, printingforms associated with said sample
A adhesive container-,rand to raise upwards by the container and'resilient pins adapted toV support
wards-by ‘ the‘descending »head fso as "to- dip »said
@ggg-frame ‘in »the bodyfof adhesive provided in‘said
action oil-said spring-so as to Wipe against and
moistenthe-sides ofthe pads> vvithv the adhesive
carried’by’the frame.
701')` 13.*In` an Àapparatus for-.mounting samples on
backingisuchîas-a sample cardyfolder, etc., a ver
said printing forms, 'an inking mechanism for
inkingzsaid printing forms, and means mounted
to said slide for >controlling the said inking'mech- f
anism so as to ink said printing'forrns on‘ithe
movement >of said slide along said bed.
tically reciprocatable ‘fhead «adapted ' to ' > carry ' a
l'IÃ’In‘v an apparatus as’ claimed in claim -2
backing,~ means‘for inserting a-backing in said
head-a bed 'lunde‘rneathsaidhead a slide posi
printing-.forms ‘consisting of printing letters with
75s`ëtively guidedfonïsaidbed-means provided -on said
longitudinal grooves, and of~ letter lcarrying mem
i
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bers with oppositely disposed ñanges adapted to
engage said grooves.
18. In an apparatus as claimed in claim 2
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insert a backing in said head, an adhesive-con
tainer and a sample-container provided on said
printing forms consisting of printing letters with
longitudinal grooves and of U-shaped metal strips
with oppositely bent in ledges adapted to engage
the grooves of said printing letters.
19. In an apparatus for mounting samples on
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backing, such as a sample card,
,
,
vertically reciprocatable head adapted to carry
a backing, means for inserting a backing in said
head, a bed underneath said head, a slide posi
tively guided on said bed, means provided on said
slide for controlling said inserting means on the
15
slide, adhesive-applying
adhesive~container, means for inserting a card
20
in said head, means provided on said slide for
controlling the card-inserting means and the
inking mechanism on
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25
to be submerged beneath and protruded above
the surface of the sample-container.
20. In an apparatus for mounting samples on
30 backing, such as a sample card, folder, etc., a ver
tically reciprocatable head adapted to carry a
backing, means for inserting a backing in said
23. An apparatus for mounting samples on
cards and the like, comprising a head for carry
ing a card, a bed underneath said head, a slide
positively guided on said bed, an adhesive-con 30
40
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supporting said sample-container, a lever sys
tem adapted to rotate
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50
movement of said pins imparting the latter move->
ment to the sample container.
2l. In an apparatus for mounting samples on
backing, such as a sample card, folder, etc., a
vertically reciprocatable head adapted to carry
a backing, means for inserting a backing in said
50
and means for alternately
lowering said head over said adhesive-container
so as to Wet said adhesive-applying members and 55
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