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Sept. 27, 1938.
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WEFT REPLENI SHING LOOM
Filed Sept. 4, 1937
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INVENTORS
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‘Sept. 27, 1938.
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E. A. MORIN ET AL‘ ‘
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‘Filed Sept. 4, 1957
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INVENTORS
ERNESTAMOHI
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TTOR EY
Patented Sept. 27, 1938
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UNITED STATES!
2,131,114 .
WEFT REPLENISHING SLOOM :
Ernest A. Morin and Morris Bernstein, St. Hy
acinthe, Quebec, Canada, a'ssignors to Gen
solidated Silk Mills, Ltd., Montreal,. Quebec.
Canada
Application September 4, 1937-,“ Serial No." 162,492 '
5 Claims. (Cl. 139L232)
This invention relates to looms and more par
the'provision ofsimple and accurate means for
ticularly to looms for automatically replacing a selecting from'the shuttle storing means a shuttle
depleted shuttle with a full one.
having the same type of ‘yarn as had the one
Looms have been provided with means for auto
which it is. to replace.
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matically replenishing the weft threads but here
Inrthe accompanying drawings, a mechanism of
tofore these have been usually designed to ac
the contemplated character has been-disclosed
complish this function without cessation‘ of the in‘ its preferred embodiment; as-the' following
weaving function. When it is borne in mind that speci?cation, based on these drawings, progresses,
the shuttle of a loom is approximately 15" long, - the foregoing and many other objects, advantages;
10: weighs. about 3/1 1b., and is projected from side to and‘v features of the'invention wille’become more 10
side of the loom at the rate of 141 times a minute, clearly ‘ apparent.
it is apparent that the replacing of a shuttle “on
In. the drawings:
the fly” and within a time period of approxi
1~is a front'view of the mechanism cone
mately 1/3 second’ would be the source of con
templated in this invention as incorporated on a
1;5_ siderable trouble, causing breakage, thereby en—
tailing undue loss of time and money.
Realizing the advantages of automatically re
plenishing the weft, the invention seeks to pro
vide a' mechanism which, although automatic in
loom of standard design,‘ the weaving instru
mentalities of the loom-being omitted and the
loom being foreshortened.
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Fig. 2I1is_ a side view of the mechanism as seen
from the left of Fig. 1.
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20_ its function, stops the weaving operation while
the change in shuttles is being made.
The invention‘ therefore has for-its primary
Fig.3 is-a top, plan view of a shuttle storing. 20
means ash-employed in’ the present invention.’
object the provision of a loom having means for
Fig.=5.is, a top plan view of a shuttle receiving
box'carried on the lay at the left of the machine.
Fig; 6'is an enlarged cross sectional view taken 25
stopping the weaving function thereof, exchang
25 ing a full shuttle for a depleted one, and restart
ing the weaving function consecutively and auto-‘
matically.
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through;v the receiving box and, shuttle storing
means in one» of‘ their cooperating. positions.
Another object of the invention is to provide a
mechanism having means for‘feeling the shuttles
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Fig; 4 is a. front view thereof.
means encountering a depleted orv nearly de
Fig. 7 is a'top plan view of a transmission. box
employed‘ in the mechanism.‘
Fig. 8 is a side view of said box with thefront 30
side wall removed.
Fig. 9vis a‘detail sectional view as taken on
pleted shuttle.
the-line 9-'-9 of Fig. '_7.
and to bring into operation the'shuttle changing
and loom control mechanism upon said feeling
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Another feature of the invention resides in
35. the provision of a weft replenishing mechanism
which may be separately constructed and in
corporated in a loom of standard design.
A further object is to provide novel means for
feeling the shuttles ‘to determine whether they
need replacing.
A still further object is to provide improved
means for storing full shuttles ready for inser
tion into the ,loom.
The invention also contemplates novel and. im
i. proved means for synchronizing the loom start
ing and stopping mechanism and the shuttle ex
changing mechanism.
Also contemplated are various safety features
designed to protect the loom mechanism should a
shuttle become inadvertently jammed during the
replacing operation.
While the contemplated mechanism vmay be
successfully employed with a single shuttle loom,
its greater use will be found with multiple shuttle
5.5. looms and the invention therefore contemplates
Fig.v 10 is a front-view to an enlarged scale of
the yarn feeler means.
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The loom inthe usual manner is. provided with.
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a‘ shipper handle H, a clutch C and a. brake B,
the latter two» being controlled by said handle.
Thus, when the loom is started the shipper handle
is moved to release the brake and engage the 40
clutch, the reverse being true when the loom is to
bestopped.
The mechanism contemplated. in the present
invention is designed to automatically declutch
the machine and set the brake to stop the opera 45
tionof the loom when a full shuttle is to be ex
changedfor an empty one; and to automatically
reclutch the machine and release the brake-after
the change has been made so the loom may con
tinue itsoperative function.
50
In the usual manner and referring more par
ticularlyto Fig. 2, themachine is provided with
a lay. L. which is oscillated through the medium
of ,- a. crank- 25 on 'a crankshaft 26 by means of
a connecting link or links 21.
The previously
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mentioned clutch and brake, control the shaft 26
and thus the operation of the loom. In timed
relation with the crankshaft 26, the loom is pro
vided with a camshaft 28, the present ratio being
two revolutions of the crankshaft for each revo-'
lution of the camshaft.
On the camshaft 28 there is provided a cam 29
having a projection 39 and a slightly depressed
portion 3| on the periphery thereof.
Engaged
engagement with the holes in the gear 49.
This
is clearly seen in Figs. '7 and 8.
When the pawl 58 is moved to rock the rock
lever 5|, the control lever 56 is moved out of
engagement with the mentioned stop end of the
lock motion lever permitting the spring 63 to rock
the last-mentioned lever about its pivot and to
cause the pin 6| to seek and enter the ?rst of the
holes 62 which it may ?nd as the gear 49 rotates.
10 with said cam there is one arm 32 of a bell - In this manner, the rotation of the gear 49 is 10
crank lever pivoted at 33 and carrying on its other imparted to the shaft 44.
A preferred manner of preventing endwise
arm 34, a dog 35 which is provided with a bifur
cated free end 36. To an intermediate portion movement on theshaft 44 of the gear 49 is shown
of the dog 35 there is preferably connected a rod in Fig. 9 wherein one or more pins 64 are driven
15 31 which is moved by the ?oating core of a sole» through the hub 65 on the gear 49 and into en 15
noid 38. Thus as seen from Fig. 2 the cam 29, gagement with a circumferential groove 66 in
through the medium of the projection 30 will
the shaft 44.
cause oscillation of the mentioned bell crank le
ver and hence to and fro movement of the dog
Upon the shaft 44 there is provided a cam 61
and engaged with said cam there is provided a
lever 68 mounted on the shaft 43. The free end 20
of the lever 58 is connected by means of a rod
20 35.
When the solenoid core is in the low or
deenergized position the bifurcation 36 will pass
beneath, and therefore, out of engagement with
lug 39 carried by a shift rod 49 which is arranged
to have connection through the medium of .a
25 rod 4|, with the shipper handle. Similarly, it
can be seen that when the solenoid core is in the
high or energized position the mentioned bifur
cation will engage said lug 39 to shift the rods
48 and 4| and thus move the shipper handle H
30 to set the brake and declutch the machine. The
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Substantially simultaneously with the opening
stopping the operation of the loom. The means
for energizing the solenoid will be later described.
It is desired in the present instance when the
loom is brought to a stop in its operation, to set
in motion mechanism for effecting the exchange
provided between the collar ‘H and the abutment
for an empty shuttle ofa full one so the loom
18 so that the front wall ‘H of the box opens in
advance of the actuation of the ejector 14. The
return movement of the front wall ‘H and the
ejector is effected through the medium of the 40
respective springs 19 and 19“. (Figs. 5 and 6.)
The ejector ‘I4 dislodges a shuttle in the box
12 which then falls in a receiving box |2|, being
guided by a leather apron |22 or the like.
To further complete the description of the box 45
may continue its weaving operation. For this
purpose there is provided a transmission box 42 in
which are located parallel shafts 43, 44. -On the
former there is loosely mounted a sprocket 45
connected as by means of a chain 46 to a sprocket
41 on the camshaft 26. Carried with the sprocket
and also free of the shaft 43 there is provided
, a pinion 48 in mesh with a gear 49 mounted for
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pivot 13 as shown in Fig. 6.
of the box 72, means for ejecting a shuttle from 30
said box is brought into operation. The shuttle
ejector 14 is moved by a lever 15 through a rod
connection 16, said latter being provided with a
collar Tl engaged by an abutment 18 carried
by the rod 69. A slight amount of free play is 35
above, is therefore, a cam controlled means for
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69 to an arm ‘E0 on the movable front wall ‘H of
a shuttle box 12. Hence, the engagement of said
lever 68 with the high point of said cam will
cause, when the shaft 44 is rotated, said lever to 25
be depressed to open the box 12 by moving the
front wall ‘H outward and upward around its
rotation on the shaft 44. Since both the pinion
49 and the shaft 49 are freely mounted on their
respective shafts, the mechanism in the transmis
sion box 42 will remain at rest during the op
eration of the loom.
The mentioned transmission mechanism best
shown in Figs. '7 and 8, will be set in motion
when the bifurcation 36 on the dog 35 engages
the lug 39. This is accomplished by the shift
rod 49 which carries a pivoted pawl 50 engaged
with a rock lever 5| in the form of a bell crank
12, means are provided as a check for the picker
stick P, said means comprising a springcheck
such as is generaly shown at 89.
Upon the shaft 44, there is provided another
cam 8| with which is engaged a lever 82 also 50
mounted on the shaft 43. This cam and lever
are designed to actuate the mechanism for pro
viding a full shuttle for insertion into the box 12
after an empty one has been ejected from said
box. To this end a shuttle magazine 83 is pro 55
vided and in the present instance comprises a
medium of a link 53 with a lever 54 mounted on
magazine having two compartments 84 and 85,
each of which is arranged to support shuttles in
a shaft 55 journalled in the transmission box 42.
60 Upon the shaft 55 there is also mounted a control
lever 56, the free end of which is arranged to
engage the end 5'!‘ of a lock motion lever 58. This
latter lever is pivotally mounted upon a member
stacked relation, the lowermost shuttle of each
stack being respectively supported upon the in
reaching ends 88 and 87 of bell crank levers
88—88a and 99—89a.
The lever 89 is provided with a sleeve 98 hav
pivoted at 52 and having connection through the
59 keyed .at 68 to the shaft 44 and arranged
65 alongside of the gear 49.
The end of the lock motion lever 58 opposite
to the stop end is provided with a pin or the
like 6| and the gear 49 is provided with a plu
rality of holes or seats 62 which are adapted to
receive the pin 6| in a manner later set forth.
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A spring 63 is arranged between lock motion lever
58 and the member 59 to tend to urge the pin
6| into one of the holes 62. Normally, however,
the free end of the lever 56 engages the stop end
57 of the lock motion lever to hold said pin out of
ing an arm 9| a?ixed thereto and the lever 89a
is similarly provided with a sleeve 98a having an 65
arm 9|a af?xed thereto. A link 92 connects the
free ends of the arms 9| and 9|a.
The arm 88 is provided with a shaft 93 pro
jecting through the sleeve 96 and has a?ixed
thereon an arm 94.
In a like manner, the lever 70
88a is provided with a shaft 93a having a lever
portion 94a. The free ends of the levers or arms
94, 940., are connected as by the link 95.
The arm 9| or the sleeve 90 may have a?ixed
thereto an arm 96 substantially at right angles to 75
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the‘ arm 1 9 I and ;'in ‘a somewhatvsimilarimanner
through ‘ the .' medium 20f :the .link I I8. After :'a
the shaft 93' maybe ibentto'fornraanfarm‘ 91;:dis
shuttle. is dropped upon: the'shuttle carrier I III-as
rabove set forth, the lever I I5 is moved in a:direc
,tion towards‘ the-‘rear -. of the loom by " therhigh
:rise on'said cam». 8 Iatosdepositsaid shuttle in the 5:5
shutt1e:box"l2. The: lever II5 is.=;now adapted to
posed at‘ righttangles to: thea~ arm 94. s
I‘ Each of the arms/96,‘ ‘Where-respectively con
5 'nected to links 98zand'z99 which in‘ turnaaresccon
nectedzto theen'dstofzthe respective leversalillll
and Illl. These latter leversnare :mounted :‘for
separaterrotation upon;.a tcom-moniaxisysuch as
shown at I02.
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‘The lever Innis-provided with'tacdownereaching
portion :termnating in .a J lateral extension I03
and :the lever IUI ris"similarly provided awith 'a
lateral extension ‘ ItIl4, ' the? former‘ being disposed
below the latter.
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vThe laterally ~extending¢armslll3pl04 arear
ranged to be selectively enga'gedibya projection,
stud or‘ the like'I05 'carriedriby the. upper end of a
return to its position being urged inthat direc
tion .by' the vspring I I So under "control of the’ cam
"8|. .-A springllf??a is also providedrtocholdthe
studEIIl5 on the rod I06 from engagementwith (do
‘the lever extensions: I03—I:Il4 except when moved
vthereagainst by the ‘lever I I5.
From the foregoing it can be seen that during
:a revolution‘ of the ‘shaft 44, the camiBI'thereOn,
will-cause theilever I I5 to perform one complete 515
. oscillation to‘ transfer a shuttle- from? theimaga
rod I06 pivoted at IO'I atitsi-lower'endito'anarm
zine to the'emptyand open shuttle box*‘I2,‘the
rtselectionibetween the shuttles in the-compart
I08 mounted.:at : If09conithe "machine. JIfhe .arm
20 I I08 is "carried .ion‘gtheileftehaznd "side :of’ the
l-mentsndd and 85 of'the magazinebeing made 'by
machine as viewed;from‘ the frontand its mount
ing-shait I 09 isextended along‘ thefront'otthe
machine to mount a-lever ~ I I0 :whichis disposed
at‘ the right-hand side of the machinepsaid latter
25 ~lever being ‘connected’. as‘ by means-of :a vlink'I II
to the vibrator-arm II'2 which'isaemployed‘to
move the-box rod =II3 *as will zbeihereinaiter
described.
‘ From the above itv maybe seen' that thevertical
30 'position- of the stud a I05andzthe vertical position
'IOf the‘boxv rod IIi3 are synchronized and depend
on .the vibrator mechanisminot shown) which
. formspart tof'the' loom. 2Hence,‘when' the stud
is in'the high‘position, Emovement thereof will
.35 causethe ends r86~of .;the'levers:.88, .:-88a to be
withdrawn so1that.a= shuttle‘ supported on. these
'endseinthe compartments“ maytfall .upon a
shuttle ‘carrier I I4; vwhensa-id stud-is in’its'ilow
5 position in engagement-with the lateral extension
40 YlIl3,'the endsB‘I'of'the levers-'89,».89awill-be
withdrawn to dropca'shuttle:fromtlthe comp-art
the-mentioned‘vibrator mechanism through the e20
medium of the/levers I08 and I Ill, and the rod‘ I'05..
"The lever 82 is yieldingly connected to the link
-'II8 asuanuadded safety to permit 'saidi lever to‘ be
moved: by. its; cam-should connecting; portions be
come jammed.- Thus, should the link I I8 ‘beheld ‘5.25
from movement bya failure of a proper exchange
‘of a full-shuttle for an empty one, the~lever-~82
~"will'be'able to move bycompressing the spring‘ I23.
In this manner breakage in the mechanism; isob
yiated. :The spring I23‘is of-suf?cient rigidity to 030 .
--afford; positive movement of the link IIBIbyv the
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:lever 32,: said spring yielding to the" movement of
said lever 'only' under the =ab0ve+mentionedz ab
normal conditions.
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*After'the exchange of shuttles is "made,1itiis e35
desired» to restart the operationof the? loom; i. e.,
to-release the brake- and engage thejclut'ch. "For
this purpose the shaft 44!5 is provided witha third.
cam - I24 ‘having’, engagement with ail-ever ‘I25
‘which, at-its upperiend is -: connectedto :a link e40
‘~I25engaged with the-shipperlharrdle H. The
~ment 85 onto‘ said: shuttle? carrier I I4. ‘ The men
ream I24 is:designed,'after the shuttlev exchange
tioned rod ‘I86, :whichis "vertically :moved ‘as ' ‘has been made; to move the shipper handle in‘ the
above described,.is. also-adapted‘: to be'="moved‘ in direction - to 'release- the brake "and engage i the
45 a plane to‘rock ‘whichever extending arm .I‘IJ3
‘ H14 opposite which the stud I05 is disposed. In
this manner ashuttle from .either selected com
Kpa-rtment 84-85 is droppedontottheshuttle car
rier-H4. This. laterzimotionzof the ‘rod I-lJ6-iwill
. 50 be ' later' described.
- clutch. gThus the’ loom will restart itsoperation. (‘145
The-means for determining when the'quill or
bobbin of a shuttle is empty of yarn or‘ nearly so
and? which energizes the solenoid.-»38'which oper
ates to set into motion the mechanism foripere I
forming the above described shuttlerreplenishing 050
The shuttle carriers I I4 is carried‘. on the end of - -mechanism,- will now be described.
a lever II5 pivoted at. I I6 to‘ themachine'frame
and intermediate itst lengthat t I I1,‘ rsaid lever is
connected to a link I I8. In the present instance
,_.55 it is preferred that this connection be readily'dis
engaged should the leveribelzaccidentallyhalted
in its movementiasifor. instance by :a shuttle‘: be
"coming jammed duringiremovali'fromz' the maga
zine. For this purposetherlink II8;>is:'provided
-.60 with :a hinged portion II-S 'springtensioned'sasrat
'IZI} to engage the connection stud II I‘! between
itself and the link IIB.
Since the link-is connectedito the‘mentioned
lever 32, which through the medium. of ' the -.cam
65 -8I, moves the lever II-5, should. said'latter ‘lever
be halted by a jammed shuttle, thedescribedrdis
engageable connection ‘will function to. free 'the
lever from control: of the :cam -8I.
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In the usual manner the loom at its right hand
side, as shown in Fig. l is provided with a shuttle
tbox I21, which in the‘ present instance‘ is ' formed
with two horizontally'disposed- box compartments ‘4. 55
I28 and I29. This box is arrangedvasa continu
ation of the race R of the lay L and it is from this
box that . av shuttle is projected along the race
to the receiving box ‘I21at- the left of the machine
Yto'lay a weft thread-‘in relation to the warp ends 060
~and»,then.reprojected from said-receiving box ‘I2
.back to the shuttle box >_ to lay another weft
thread.
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.Depending'onthe type of fabricrto be woven
Ithexmentionedvibrator mechanism through the‘ 65 ’
medium :of the arm II‘2, moves the shuttle rod
II3 to shiftthe shuttle boxiI2'I'to the selected
compartment I28 or. IJEQaligned with the race of
The lever II5 isadaptedtocbe- ?rst movedtin a the lay.’ As shown in Fig.1,‘ the: lower compart
70 direction towardsthewfront-lof theloom .so-it Iment I 29 is so aligned'for'the projection of :aiO
may engage againstxthemodfl?tito-irnpart .to shuttle therefrom along‘ the lay. This movement
said rod the'above-mentioned second 'motion. of :theshuttle box .bythe rod II3 isthus syn
The cam 8! is formed with adepression' as shown chronized with the movementof the rod IIIIB
in the upper portion thereof (Fig.8) ‘so the; lever whi‘chxcarries the selector :pin I05. Thus when ~
;75 ~82 may transmit;.this motiontogsaidr-leven-II5 the lower: compartment \ I'29lis‘ aligned with the {.76
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race, the pin I05 is adapted to engage‘the lower
arm I03 of the releasing mechanism in the maga
zine compartment 84, (Fig. 4,) ‘and when the
upper compartment I28 is aligned with the race,
said pin I05 is adapted to engage the upper arm
I04 of the releasing mechanism in the magazine
compartment 85.
In relation to the shuttle box there is arranged
a pair of feelers I30 and I3I, the former being
10 adapted to be contacted by the quill of a shuttle
in the upper compartment I2Il_ and the latter by
the quill of a shuttle in the lower compartment
I29.
Each feeler comprises a vertically disposed plate
I32, ?xedly but adjustably carried at I33 by the
lay. Each plate I 32 is formed with curved lip
portion I34 having a slot I35,_said lip portion be
ing formedon the ends of the plates I32 nearest
the quills. The opposite end of each plate is
20 formed with a ?ange I36 and provided with a
hole for the passage th'erethrough of a stem I31
of a feeler member I38 which‘ is engaged in the
slot I35. Each feeler member I38 is provided at
its ‘end with a plurality of slits, serrations,
25 knurls, or the like I39, these ends being adapted
to feel or engage against the vyarn on the quills
by means of compression springs I40 disposed be
tween abutments on the feeler members and the
During the cycle of movement of the mentioned
cams, the depleted shuttle in the box ‘I2 will be
ejected and immediately subsequently a full
shuttle from the magazine will be fed to the
empty box 12, which will then close. At this :
time, the brake will be released and the clutch
reengaged to restart the loom.
While a preferred form of the invention has
been disclosed, the type of mechanism which may
be employed to carry out the concepts of the in 110
vention, may be changed in many ways by skilled
persons without departing from the spirit and
scope of the invention as claimed.
Hence, the
prior art rather than the instant disclosure
should form the basis of interpretation of the
scope ‘of the invention.
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‘What is claimed as new and desired to obtain
by Letters Patent is:--
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1. In‘ a multicolor weft replenishing loom hav
ing a multistack shuttle magazine, the combina- ~
tion with weft replenishing means at an end of
the loom, of mechanism for stopping the opera
tion of the loom upon depletion of weft and hav
ing a rectilinearly movable shift element con
nected therewith and carrying an arm, a member =1
having a notched portion in position to be en
gaged by said arm and movable thereby upon
movement of said shift element, unitary one
' cycle actuating means arranged at the end of the
?anges I36.
It is apparent from the above that when the
shuttle box is moved to bring a yarn covered
quill into contact with a feeler member, that
member will be moved in a straight line against
its spring since the mentioned slits I39 will have
35 effective contact with the yarn on that quill.
When the yarn on a quill has become depleted
the quill will be exposed to contact by the feeler
member. Now, when the feeler member is urged
back, it will slide along the smooth surface of the
40 quill and thus become cocked as shown in Fig.
10. In this condition, it will come in contact
with a contact member I42 carried by the plate
I32 but insulated therefrom. An electrical con
nection I43 is made between the feelers and the
solenoid 38 and when the mentioned contact is
made said solenoid is energized as previously
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loom corresponding with the weft replenishing
means and including a cam and a control lever
for controlling the actuation of the cam, said con
trol lever being connected with the member and
actuated thereby, and means operated by said
cam for actuating the weft replenishing means.
2. In a multicolor Weft replenishing loom hav
ing a multicolor magazine for reserve shuttles of
different types, the combination with weft re
plenishing means, of mechanism for stopping the
operation of the loom upon the depletion of weft 110
and having a rectilinearly movable shift rod, a
pawl pivotally carried by said shift rod, a member
having a shoulder engaged by said pawl and mov
able thereby upon movement of said shift rod, a
control lever connected with said member, a lock- =1
motion lever in position for engaging the control
lever, a one-revolution shaft having keying con
described.
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nection with the lock-motion lever, a gear freely
In brief the operation of the machine is as
mounted on said‘shaft- and having circumferen
follows:---" >
tially disposed seats, a pin on the lock-motion, 50
The
shuttles
in
the
shuttle
box
are
selectively
50
projected back and forth along the lay to provide ~ lever, means for urging said pin into engagement
the weft threads for the fabric woven by the loom. with one of said seats upon disengagement of the
control lever from the lock-motion lever, means
When a feeler becomes cocked to close the sole
noid circuit, the cam 29 through its bell crank for rotating said gear, a cam on said shaft, and
55 lever 32-34 will urge the bifurcation 36 to engage . means operated by said cam for actuating the
the lug 39 on the shift rod 43 to setwthe brake Weft replenishing means.
3. In a multicolor’ loom having a multistack
B and release the clutch C thus stopping the
weaving function of the loom. Simultaneously, shuttle magazine and means for stopping the
the dog 50 will rock the lever 5| which, through operation of the loom upon depletion of weft, the
combination with weft replenishing means ar 60
60 its connections with the control lever 56, will
cause the lock motion lever to couple the shaft ranged at an end of the loom, of a unitary trans,
mission device arranged at the end of the loom
44 with the driving train operated by the crank
corresponding with the weft replenishing means
shaft 2'6. The cams 61, 8| and I24 will then
The control lever‘
and having means including an actuating cam for
56 will resume its initial vertical position in the
path of the end 51 of the stop motion lever 58
when the bell crank 32 rides off the high point 30
means for actuating ‘said cam and including a
make one complete revolution.
of the cam 29. This occurs during the rotation
of the cam shaft 44. Thus, at the end of one
70 revolution, the stop motion lever 58 will be rocked
bythe reengagement between its end 51 and the
control lever 53 to Withdraw the pin 6| from
engagement with the hole 62 in the gear 49. In
this manner the cam shaft is stopped and the
75 shuttle changing mechanism comes to rest.
successively replenishing the weft and restarting 65
the operation of the loom, one-cycle operated
lock-motion lever for controlling the operation of
said cam; and means operable on depletion of
Weft for controlling actuation of the lock-motion 70
lever to'provide for rotation of the cam includ
ing a shift rod connected with the loom stopping
means and having an abutment, a shiftable dog,
power means for moving said shiftable dog rela
tiveto the shift rod, and means actuated on de- ,-.
2,131,114
pletion of weft for moving said shiftable dog into
position for engagement with the abutment and
for operating the shift rod thereby.
4. In a multicolor loom having means for
stopping the operation of the loom upon depletion
of weft, the combination with weft replenishing
means, of a unitary transmission device having
means including an actuating cam for succesé
sively replenishing the weft and restarting the
10 operation of the loom, said device including a
continually driven shaft and a one-revolution
shaft, said cam being carried by said latter shaft,
gearing connecting said shafts together and in
cluding a gear provided with circumferentially
15 disposed seats, said gear being freely mounted on
said one-revolution shaft, a lock-motion lever
mounted on said one-revolution shaft for rota
and for releasing said holding means and for en
gagement of the pin in one of said seats whereby
rotation is imparted to said one-revolution shaft
and to said cam.
5. In a multicolor shuttle changing loom, the
combination with weft replenishing means in
cluding a multi-stack shuttle magazine, of mech
anism for stopping the operation of the loom
upon depletion of weft including a rectilinearly
movable shift rod carrying a stop member, a ro
acting with said cam for oscillatory movement
thereby, a dog pivotally carried by said member, '
a solenoid, means for energizing said solenoid
upon depletion of weft, a connection between the
solenoid and the dog whereby the dogris posi
tioned out of the path of the stop member when
tion therewith and for rocking movement in a the solenoid is deenergized and is positioned in
plane transverse to the axis thereof, a pin on said the path of said stop member when the solenoid
20 lever in position to engage one of said seats,
is energized to impart rectilinear movement to
means for holding said pin out of said engage » the shift rod for operating the loom stopping >
ment during the normal operation of the loom, mechanism, and means connected with and.
a shift rod connected with the loom stopping brought into action by actuation of saidstopping
means and having an abutment, a shiftable dog, mechanism for actuating the weft replenishing
25 power means for moving said shiftable dog rela
means upon stopping of the operation of the
tive to the shift rod’ and means operable upon loom.
'
depletion of weft for moving said shiftable dog
ERNEST A. MORIN.
into position for engaging the abutment and for
MORRIS BORNSTEIN.
operating the shift rod thereby to stop the loom
10
tatable shaft, a cam on said shaft, a member co
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