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' Oct. 11, 1938.
A.
AVERY
2,132,981
MARKING MACHINE
Original Filed May 14, 1932
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MACHINE
.‘Alfred H.=» Avery, Malden, Mass;, ‘a’ssignor, by .
mesne assignments; of one-half to NorthrAmerr
'isan Holding commatiom Syracuse»
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corporation of New» York, and one-half to, Par
shadHolding Corporation,‘ Syracuse, N. Ywa
corporation of-Nevv York.
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' Original- application May~14,"‘1932, Serial No.‘
611,355. .Divided‘and this application July‘16,
'1934,.S§rial No.'7?_5,419
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» This invention relates to machinesfor marking marking'plate, is moved'into operative relation to '
shoe upper‘ sections or similargpieces of sheet the press member; and to ‘stop the pressmember
material, particularly for performing the method . when the platen is moved away" from the press
of marking described in the‘Edwards .PatentiNo'.
1,639,332, dated August 16, 1927, and is adivision
:- Another
by which
objectthe
of the
marking‘plate
invention is
is to'provide
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of my copending. application. Serial No.'.611,355, ‘ means
filed May 14, 1932, now U. S.'.Patent No..1,972,860, cally controlled so as to rise or move away'from
dated September 11, 1934.
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the platen to permit the placing of the‘ article to
member.
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In the. manufacture of shoes, particularly wom-l vbegmarked upon'the platenior permit it to’be re
1.0. en’s shoes, it is customary to apply ornamental
designs to the. shoeuppers, asrby stitching,.per
forating or embossing. . Present fashions demand
moved'from the platen,‘when the platen is shifted
out-from under the pressimember, and to move
the. marking plate into operative position over
lying'the work on the platen‘when the platen is
that shoe uppers be made of leather, vtextile
fabrics such as silk, satin or velvet-and‘ various v shifted to operative position under the press
other kinds of sheet material; }Usually,~the>orn'a
member.
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mental designs are applied to the cut-out's'ec4 . ‘ Other features of the invention are mechanism
tions of the uppers before they are assembled'in , for automatically advancing the transfer sheet
thev shoe; and in the case-of stitching,'-the~ de-_ each time the platen is moved in and out of oper
signs are ?rst marked on the shoe uppers and the
ating position with relation to the press member;
marked designs are then followed in the-stitching. means for detachably and‘ interchangeably mount- 20
As explained in said Edwards patent the'design
may be impressed upon the shoeupper-section or
similar article of sheet material, by a marking
plate, on which‘the desired’ pattern is formed by
25 bosses punched from the material of- the plate
and disposed in lines, rows or; other arrangements
to delineate ‘the pattern. ‘The marking plate is
then impressed upon the shoe upper section or
other piece of work to be marked,‘with a-trans
30 fer sheet against the opposite’ side of work, and
the pattern displayed by thebosses will then be
printed or impressed on?the work.’ A similar
method may be used withoutthe transfer sheet
for merely embossing a‘ piece of leatheryin which
case the marking plate will be embossed in- ac
ing the marking’ipl'ate 'on‘the platen and for cor
rectly-positioning the same thereoniwork-posi
tioning means associated with the. platen‘; and
the mechanisms for controlling and actuating the
,various parts.
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Theseand ‘other features‘ willbe herein more
fully 'descri'bed‘and particularly pointed out in
the claims.
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T In the accompanying drawings which illus
trate preferred embodimentsof the invention,
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‘a Fig. 2 is aplanv'iew partly in horizontal section
on line 2+2 of Fig. _1;
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‘ Fig.3 is a side elevation 'of the machine;
‘ Fig.‘ 41s a section on line:4—4 of Fig. 3; ‘
p
cordance with the desired design, or for perforat
ing the work, in which case the marking plate will
andkpar'itslcarried therebyonline 5'—-5 of Figs;
be made with bosses ‘in the form of cutting ‘
and With?he marking'nlat? (which is omitted
punches of such shape and arrangement as to cut
holes or perforations in the work, shapedandar
ranged ‘according to the desired design.
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" Fig.5‘ is a longitudinal section of "the platen
mares; 1 and 2) Show attached t9 its» hjqldcri
' pFia? is anenlarged vdetail in section or; line 49
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Printing or marking, perforating andemboss
ing, whether used separately’ or in various come
binations at the same time, are all included in'the
45 expression marking as herein used; and ‘the term
marking plate is used to‘designate the, plate for
applying the design to the work whether the‘ plate
is constructed for printing from'a transfer‘sheet,
or for‘ perforating, or-‘for embossingfor for¥any
combination‘ of these operations. ' V’ _-
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is afrorit elevation of the machine;
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Fig. ,8 ‘is a planv‘iew of .the platen and parts
carried thereby;
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. ~_Fig. 9 is. an enlarged detail ofthe marking plate
in section on line tin-.8 of Fig. 8";
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’ Fig. 10 is a plan view of. one. end of the mark
ingplate detached from its holder;
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Fig. .11; isa detail in side elevation of the inner ‘
One object of the invention is'to provide a
marking machine having arnormally inactive re - endof-itheplaten and parts carried thereby;
ciprocable press member‘ which is automatically
operated to impressithe desired; design on the
work when. a platen; supporting the .workcand .the
, ---Fig. 12 is a plan view of- the inner end of the
platen-snsi-narts- carried. thereby embodying
alternative constructions; ;
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Fig. 13 is a sectional detail on line I3-I3 of
Fig. 12;
Fig. 14 is ‘a sectional detail of one end of the
marking plate shown in Fig. 12;
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Fig. 15 is a sectional detail on line I5—I5 of
Fig. 12; and
ing ends of the rock-shaft 21 are held within the
sockets 28 by means of detent plates 29 secured
in position against the opposite sides of bracket
I5a by screws 3E. The screws 3|!‘ occupy slots
formed in the detent plates 29 so that byloosen
ing the screws and retracting said plates the hold
Fig. 16 is an elevation of the locking bar form- a er 26 can be removed from the platen.
Secured to the upper ?attened side of’ the rock- .
ing part of the locking plate holder shown in:
Fig; 12.
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Referring ?rst to the form of machine shown
in ?gs. 1 to‘ 11, the frame of the machine con
sists of a base I0, adapted to rest upon and be ‘se
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shaft 21 by vmeans of rivets 3| is a rigid bar '32
(Figs. 7 and 8) and secured to the top side of this 1O
bar 32 by the same rivets is a strip of resilient
cured to a bench or similar support, and an-upper
sheet metal 33, which is of greater width than the
bar 32 so that its margin extends inwardly be
frame II in the general form of an arch. '
yond the bar as best shown in Fig. 7.
The base III is provided at opposite sides with
guideways or grooves I2 within which the work
supporting platen, indicated generally at I3, is
mounted to slide forward and backward into and
out of operative position with relationto a recip
20, roeable plunger or press member 52, carried by
the frame II. The platen I3 is provided at its .
front end with a handle I4 by which it may be
manually moved back and forth along the ways
I 2. In the drawings the piaten I3 is shown occu
25 pying its outermost position away from the press
member, in which position the machine is at rest.
The free
or projecting margin of the strip 33 is transverse 15
ly slotted at intervals, as best shown in Fig. 8,
to provide a row of spring tongues 34 each of '
which is embossed to provide a rounded boss or
projection 36 upon its under side (Figs. '7 and 8). .
The marking plate, which is detachably secured 20
to said rock-shaft, is shown at 3‘! and is prefer
ably made of a piece of sheet metal such as gal
vanized iron, embossed or otherwise formed to
provide marking projections or bosses 38 on its
under side (Figs. 8 and 9).
The marking plate 25
31 is of such shape and size as to enter the recess
‘ The body or bed I5 of the platen is preferably
a rectangular casting. Near each corner it is
or cut-out 23 of the work-positioning plate 2|,
and is of a shape conforming at least approxi-'
formed with a vertical hole I6 (Fig. 6) whose up
mately to the shape of the work. At its inner end
the margin of the marking p1ate31 is bent at 30
so per portion is of smaller diameter than its lower
portion. The lower end of the hole I6 is closed by ' right angles in‘opposite directions on two parallel
a plug H which serves as an abutment for a coil' transverse lines to provide a step 39 and a lip 40
spring I8 by which a plunger I9 is yieldingly sup
(Figs. 7 and 16-), the lip 40 being parallei but oil"
ported with its upper reduced end 20 projecting , set relatively to the body of the marking plate.
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above the top surface of the body I5 of the platen. ‘The bar 32 forming part of the holder for the 35
cardboard or similar sheet material and provided
marking plate is cut‘ away or stepped upon its
inner under side to provide a groove 4i between
the bar and rock-shaft 21 into which the. lip 40 of
near each corner with a small aperture reinforced
the marking plate is inserted. Along the margin
Resting on top of the platen I5 is a removable
work-positioning plate 2| preferably made of
by an eyelet 22, each eyelet being adapted to be
?tted upon the upwardly projecting reduced end
' 20 of one of the plungers I9. Thus the plungers
I9 serve to hold the work-positioning plate 2|
in a de?nite position on top of the platen I5 so
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that it will not be displaced laterally but can
readily be removed when desired. The work-po-p
of the marking plate 31 near the step 39 there is 40
provided a series of'holes or sockets 42, each of
which is adapted to receive and engage one of the
projections 36 on the tongues 34 (Figs. '7 and 10)
when the marking plate is attached to the holder.
In assembling'the marking plate on the holder 45
the lip’ 40 is inserted in the groove 4| and the
sitioning plate 2! is made with a cut-out or re
plate then pushed home, whereupon the spring
cess 23 (Fig. 8) so shaped as to receive and prop
tongues 34 will yield until the projections 36 snap
into the sockets 42. In removing the marking
plate from its holder it is necessary only to pull
it forcibly outward, the spring tongues 34 yield 50
ing to release the projections 36 from the sockets
42. Thus, the projections and sockets serve both
to position the marking plate accurately on its
erly to position the pieceof work to be marked,
' such as the vamp or forepart of a shoe upper 24,
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or other piece of sheet material.
As herein il
lustrated thercut-out 23 of the work-positioning
plate 2| is formed withv opposite ,side edges 25,
25 to engage the opposite side edges of the, sheet
article 24 to positionthe same laterally, and with
end edges to engage‘ the outer end of the article
'24 thereby to position the same longitudinally.
It is not necessary that the cut-out 23 should ex
actly conform in all respects to the shape of the
article. to be marked but it must be of such shape
and dimensions that it will receive the article to
be marked and will ?t it su?'iciently closely at a
su?lcient number of points to position it de?nitely
and accurately to be properly operated upon by
65 the marking plate. It will be understood that for
each different shape and size of article to be
marked a different work-positioning plate 2| will
be used having a cut-out adapted to the size and
shape of the work in question.
Near the inner end of the platen‘ I5 (Figs. 2,
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'5', 8 and, 11) is a marking plate holder indicated
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generally at 26, comprising a transversely dis
holder and also detachably to secure the marking ‘
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plate to the holder so that it can readily be re
moved and replaced by another marking plate of
different pattern. It will also be apparent that
if desired two or more marking plates can be at
tached to the holder side by side at the same time,
which is sometimes desirable in impressing a plu 60
rality of patterns on. different parts of the article
to be operated upon.
, Alongside of the rock-shaft. 21 and parallel
thereto is a take-up spindle 43, on which is
wound one end of a transfer sheet 534 extending 65
from a supplyspindle 45, on‘ which is wound a
supply roll 45a of the transfer sheet. The trans
fer sheet extends across the body I5 of the platen
and then underneath the rock-shaft 21 to the
take-up spindle 43. The supply spindle 45 is 70
journaled at its opposite end in bearings pro
posed rock-shaft 2'! which ‘rests at its opposite ' vided upon a bracket 45 secured to the outer
ends within sockets 28 provided in a bracket I59‘
secured to the end of the platen body. 7 The bear
end of the body I5. The handle I4 is fastened
to the bracket 46.
A handwheel 4? is provided "
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spindlel 43,v - by. which said‘ spindles; respectively,
when the press‘ mémber'is operated; Upon again
withdrawing the :platen from its operative posi
tioniunder the press memberthe marking plate
maybe manually rotated if desired.
is again swung upwardly or opened so that the
atone end of ‘the supply spindle 45and‘alhand
wheel ‘43a isv provided atone end of. the take-up
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l The take-up spindle 43 is supported at its ends ?nished .Ywork may.‘ conveniently be removed by
withinopensocket 50 (Figs. 5, 8 and '11) formed ‘ the operator from the platen and a new piece of
in thetop of the sides of brackets l5“. .' Normally work inserted in its place.’ The‘mechanism for
the spindle 43 is :heldwithin. :thesockets by the accomplishing this will now be described.
detent'slides 29. .Eachdetenti s1ide:29.is made
Fixed to one end of. the rock-shaft 21, which
with two hooks,1 5|. and '5Ie,.th'e. former serving carries the marking plate, is an arm or cam fol 10
to- lock the rock-shaft '21. within 'its bearing lower. 54, (Figs. 3 and 8) extending upwardly at
socket 28 and the latter serving to lock v'the an incline to cooperate with a cam 55 (Figs. 1, 2
spindle 43 within its :bearing socket 50. When and 3), which is formed by an upwardly bent in
clined end;of a lever 56 fulcrumed at 51 on top of
the :base' In of- the machine frame. This‘lever 15
shaft Z‘Iand the spindle 43 may be removed from is yieldinglyheld in normal position with the ‘cam
55 in the path of arm 54 by means of a leaf spring
g the .machine.
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' To prevent accidental rotativezdisplacement' of
58 secured toithe side of the base III. The lever
the spindles 45; and. 43, leaf springs 48 and 49‘ 56 is provided with a laterally and downwardly
fastened to the underside of the body I5 oftthe extending bracket 59'which engages the outer 20
platen bear against the under sides of the rolled ' side of the base [0 and servesas a stop to limit
up. transfer sheetwound upon spindles~45 and the inward swinging movement'of the lever 56
under the in?uence of spring 58.
43, respectively.
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The freeend of bracket 59 is formed with a
The transfer sheet“ is similar to carbonpaper
slot- 60 (Fig. 2), against the inner end of which 25
25 but its coating is preferably softer than the coat
ing of. carbonpaper so‘ that the transfer willbe abuts a pin 6|‘ projecting. upwards from the stop'
made more readily. Itisplaced on the platen bolt ‘or latch‘ 53. The stop "latch 53 extends
with its transfer surfaceupward. The coating of through and slides in a hole in the base l0, into
the transfer paper is preferably‘ of a suitable the guideway [2 for the platen and into thepath
30 color to be readily distinguished from thelcolor
of stop shoulder 81 of the platen, andis normally
the detent. slides 29 are retracted, which can be
15 accomplished by loosening the screws 30, both the
of the article to bemarked.
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Fast on the take-up spindlei43 near one end
thereof'is a ratchet wheel 95 (Figs. 8and 11) 00
operating with a pawl' 96. pivoted at 91 on the
35 machine frame and normally‘resting by gravity
against a stop-stud. 98 projecting from the frame.
The end of the pawl 96 is in the path of the
lower side of ‘ratchet wheel 95'so thati-when-the
manually moved platen reaches the limit of its
outward movement away from the 'press mem
ber, the ratchet wheel 95 engagesthe pawl and
urged by a spring toward its operative position.
The stop latch 53 isfree to move endwise inde
pendently of the lever 56 but when the latter is
manually swung outward on its pivot 51 by means
of a handle 88 it acts through bracket 59 and pin 35
6| to retract the stop latch 53..
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Ii ' The dam orabutment 55 is normally positioned
so that 'when the platen is moved outwardly and
is nearing the end of its movement in that direc
tion the arm 54 on rock-shaft 21 engages the cam 40
55 thereby’ rotating the rock-shaft and swinging
is rotated to the extent of one tooth,~ hereby ad- ' the marking plate 31' into its raised or open posi
vancing the transfer sheet the same distance.
When the platen is thereafter shoved inwardly
45 the pawl 96 is idly. rocked-by the ratchet wheel
tion; The shoulder 81 on the platen engages the
and assoon asthe ratchet wheel passes out of
stop latch 53 to stop the platen and hold the
markingplate 31 in raised position’ while the
platen is in its outward or inoperative position
engagement with the pawl the latter‘ is returned
by gravity to its' normal position againststop98.
with relation to the press member. When the
platen is shoved inwardly toward the press mem
Thus,- each time the-platen is operated in andout ber‘v the arm 54 moves away from the cam- 55
its motion is utilized to rotate take-up spi‘ndlé thereby-permitting the spring 62, aided by gray 50
43 the distance of one. ratchet tooth thereby ity, to rock ‘the shaft 21 inthe opposite direction
winding'up the transfer sheet 44 on spindle 43 and swing the marking plate‘ 31 ,down‘into oper
and presenting a- fresh unused portion of the
ative position upon ‘the .work. 24 which is held
transfer sheet to the action of the marking plate
within the cut-out of the work-positioning-plate
55 for each operation thereof.
A stop 53 (Fig; 2) at
the side of the platen-'limits'the outward move
ment of the platen, as hereinafter more fully
described, and the pawl 96 is sopositioned rela
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Inasmuch as the marking plate 31 is a ‘thin
sheet of metal and is sometimes thrown upwardly
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the pawl 96 are in substantially the position
rapidly and with considerable force by the en
gagement of arm 54 with cam 55, it is desirable
to provide means to arrest the marking plate 60
when raised to its elevated position .and- to pre
shown in’ Fig. 11.
vent undesirable‘vibrations thereof’. To this end
' tively to the stop that when the platen is ar
60 rested by the stop 53 the ratchet wheel 95 and
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An importantfeature of the present invention
is-that when the platen I3 is shifted to its outer
65 most position .away‘from the press member, the
marking plate 31 is automatically raised and held
in open position to permit free’access to the
top of the platen so that the operator may place
a wire bail 100 (Figs. 1 and 3) is provided, the
two side arms of ‘which are supported'by the
frame‘ l'l, with'the transverse stretch of the bail 65
in a position to act as an abutment or stop
against which’ the marking plate 31 strikes when
raisedv to its fully open position.
the shoe upper section or other article which is ' ‘ The spring 62 which urges the marking plate
70 to be marked in position within the recess 23 of ‘ towards its lowered or closed position is attached 70
‘the work-positioningplate 2 I; and that when the at one endvto one‘ of the screws ilL-bywhich
the detent slide 29 is held in positiomwhile the
platen is. shoved inwardly under the press mem
her the marking plate‘; 31 willbeilowered to op-, other end of the spring extends: partly around
erative position over the work upon the platen the under side of. rock-shaft 21 and is fastened
so as to impress the'markings» upon thework thereto- at)“. T‘The’ spring» 62, therefore, which 75
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is normally'undentension, at all times yieldingly
ment ‘of ‘the platen“ is‘ limited by the engagement
urges the shaft‘21 in a direction‘ to‘ swing the
of théY'arm ‘III with the frame of the machine
and the outward movement of the lever ‘I0 in the
opposite direction underthe influence of spring
‘I9 is limited by the engagement ,of. the arm 65
on slide 61' with the rear side of the frame I0.
Theb’ody I5 of the platen is provided upon its
under side with rollers 82 loosely mounted within
rectangular pockets 83 provided on the under side
of the body I5 (Figs. 4’ and 5). These rollers are 10
held against falling out of the pockets 83' when
the platen is removed from the machine by strips
of metal. 84 fastened by screws to the bottom of
marking plate 31. downward toward closed posi-'
tion on the work.
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‘ When itis desired‘ to. remove 'the platen I3
from the machine'itisionly necessary for the
operator manually to swing the cam lever 56 side
wise and outwardly ‘thereby removing the cam
55 from the path'of arm 54 and at the same
time :retracting the stop bolt 01' latch 53. The
platen is then free to be drawn forwardly out of
thev machine.
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invention that the movementof the platen in
the body‘ I5. ‘ The' rollers 'are'also held against
wardly to operative position under the press mem
ber 52 .“controls mechanism by which the press
endwise movement in the pockets 83 by small 15
plates '85 fastened to opposite sides of ‘the body
member is‘ automatically ~operated to press the
I5. The base I 0 of the frame is made with a
marking plate upon the‘. work. This is accom I plurality of parallelrunways 86. (Figs..1 and 2) on
plished by the following mechanism. ‘
which the rollers 82 travel as the platen is moved
In the path of the inner end of the platen body ; back and forth.
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I5 is a stem 64 (Figs. 2 and 3) adjustably fastened
‘The marking plate 31 isprovided on its top
to an arm .65 by means‘ of. a clamping screw 66.
side with a'pad 31% (Figs. 3, 8 and-10) which may
The arm 65 is mounted'upon a slide bar 6'! sup
consist of a piece of cardboard of a‘ size and shape
ported in a slideway' in-the'base I0 and is pro
corresponding ‘approximately to the size and
25 vicledv atits rear'end with an abutment pin 68
shape of the marking plate 31. This pad receives 25
‘which bears against'arm‘ 65.“ The opposite end the ‘direct impact of the" press member 52 during
of slide‘bar 611s made with a laterally extending the marking‘ operation. Arubber pad or similar
lug 'or abutment 69 to engage with the depend
cushion 52aL may be provided on the under side
ing shipper arm 'I0.of a clutch-controlling lever of the press member 52, if desired. In ‘practice
30 'II-fulcrumed at 12 (Figs. 1 and 3) on the frame
the pad 3111 may conveniently and. economically 30
II of the machine.
Th lever ‘II actuates an up
be made from the piece';of cardboard cut‘ out
wardly extending arm ‘I3 carrying at its upper
end a wedge-shaped cam ‘I4 cooperating with an
adjustable member ‘I5 forming part of a clutch
35 mechanism ‘I6'of usual construction. When the
from the work-positioning plate 2I to form the
recess 23. This piece, which would otherwise be
waste; may-be utilized as the pad by trimming
it slightly to fit the marking plate and fastening 35
it, by'cement for. example; to the top side'of the
member ‘I5 is moved toward the left (Fig. 1) by
wedge 14 the clutch is disengaged and when the
marking plate.‘
. wedge 14 is disengagedfrom member 15 the latter -
is shifted by a spring (not shown) toward the
40 right to set or engage the clutch.‘ The clutch ‘I6
is mounted on a transversely disposed shaft ‘I1
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The operation of the machine, which will be
evident from the foregoing description, ‘may be
brie?y summarized as follows: When the platen 40
is pulled. forward out of its operative relation to
journaled in bearings at the top of the frame II ‘ the press. member 52 the press member :Will be
and on this shaft 11 is loosely mounted a con
at rest ‘or inactive‘and the marking plate 31 will'
tinuously driven pulley ‘I8 to which one of the beheld in raised or open position by the engage
clutch members is ?xed. When the clutch 16
ment of the arm 54 with the cam‘ 55. The oper
is set the pulley ‘I8 acts to rotate the shaft ‘I1 and‘ ator then'places the shoe ‘upper'section or other
when the clutch is thrown out the shaft 11
article of sheet material to be operated upon in
is at rest.' A spring ‘I9 (Fig. 3) acting against ' correct'position within the recess or'cut-out 23,
the shipper lever ‘Ill yieldingly urges the upper of the work-positioning plate 2| with the surface
arm ‘I3 toward the clutch-shifting member 151 and which is to be marked downward in contact with
also'acts through lever Hi to. hold the‘ slide bar the marking surface of the transfer sheet 44. 50
6'! at the limit of its movement toward the right , Theplaten is then shoved inwardly into opera
(Fig. 2). Thus the wedge ‘I4 is normally held in tive position under the press member 52. During
position'to engage» the clutch-shifting member the'?rst ‘part of‘ the inward movement the mark
ing ‘plate’ 31‘ swings down to'closed position upon
55 ‘I5 so that the clutch is normally disengaged and
the'press member 52, actuated from shaft 11, theplatenoverlying the'work‘held within the 55
is normally inactive;
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Fast on shaft 11 is an- eccentric 89 connected
by a pitman 8| with the upper end of the press
member .52. It will be understood that the press
member is mounted to slide on vertical ways provided on the frame II and is reciprocated ver
tically by shaft 11 and the eccentric connection
when the clutch is in engagement.
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before ' the
platen' reaches its innermost or operative posi- 7
tion under the press member; it actuates the ship
per lever 719, thereby- setting the clutch "I6 and 60
causingthe' press‘memb‘er 52' to descendon top
of the marking plate, whose patterniis thereby
impressed on the under side'of the work by the
' transfersheet- 44;‘ ordirectly on the work'if no
When the platen I3 is shoved inwardly to the transfer sheet'is used; When'the press member
limit of its movement toward its operative posi . rises the platen is again manually pulled out to 65
tion under the press member the rear end of the
platen body I5 will engage the end-of stem 64,
thereby moving the stem 64,'arm B5, slide bar
70 61 and lever ‘Ill toward the left, as viewed in
the drawings, whereupon the clutche'lli will be
engaged and the press member will be recipro
cated' vertically'by the eccentric 80 until the
platen is again pulled forwardly out of operative
75 relation to the press member. The inward move‘
inoperative-position whereupon-the clutch ‘I6 is
disengaged andthe movement of the press mem
ber ‘is stoppe'd;.and when the'platen reaches its
outermost position the marking plate is swung 70
upwardly to its open position and 'the operator
removes the marked’ article- from the platen.
The machine isfnow in condition to receive an
other piece of work and the operation is repeated.
:7 In the modi?ed construction illustrated in‘Figs,
5
2,132,981
12 to 16 inclusive the transverse rock-shaft 21“
is made with a ?at rear side provided with a _
6. In a machine of the character described, a
platen, a marking plate holder mounted to move
toward and away from said platen, a marking
plate detachably secured to said holder, and a
detachable positioning member having a cut-out
portion adapted to receive a blank to be marked
longitudinal row of uniformly spaced studs 89},
which are adapted to-occupy notches 90 pro
vided along the lower edge of a ‘retaining or
clamping bar 9|. One end of bar 9|,is pivote?
at 92 to the rock-shaft i‘!2 and the other end
is engaged by a releasable latch 93 pivoted to.
the rock-shaft at 94. The marking plate 31 is
10 provided at its inner end with a perpendicular
?ange 39a formed with notches 94, spaced to
correspond with the studs 89, so that when the
and hold it in predetermined ?xed position rel
ative to the path of movement of said holder. 10
'7. In a machine of the character described, a
platen,.a marking plate holder mounted to move
toward and away from said platen, said marking
plate holder being constructed and arranged de
marking plate is applied to the rock-shaft 21“,
the engagement of the notches 94 with studs 89
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position relative to the path of travel of said
marking plate holder.
tachably to secure one of a plurality of inter
will properly position the marking plate and hold
it against displacement. After the marking plate
changeable marking plates in ?xed position, po
sitioning means having a recessed portion con
structed and arranged to receive a blank to be
has been placed in position on shaft 2‘!a the
clamping bar 9| is swung downward into closed
marked, and means constructed and arranged
position against the ?ange 39a and the latch 93
detachably to secure one of a plurality of posi
tioning means in predetermined ?xed position on
20 is engaged with the free end of the clamping bar
to hold the parts in place. This detachable con
nection, like the ones shown in Figs. '7 and 8, per
mits two or more marking plates to be attached
side by side to the rock-shaft at the same time
said platen.
having a complementary series of sockets adapted
to engage said projections to position the de
ranged to receive a blank to be marked, said
positioning means being detachably secured to
said platen in predetermined ?xed position rela
tive to the path of travel of said marking plate
8. In a machine of the character described, a
platen, a marking plate holder movably mounted
on said platen, a marking plate, said marking
25 if desired.
plate holder and said marking plate having com
I claim:
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1. In a machine of the character described, a plementary interengaging fastening means oper
platen, a marking plate holder movably mounted ‘ ative detachably to secure the marking plate to
said marking plate holder, and positioning means
on the platen having a series of projections, a
having 'a recessed portion constructed and ar 30
30 marking plate detachably} secured to the holder
tachable marking plate with, relation to the holder
and a releasable clamp to secure the ~marking
plate to the holder and to hold the projections
holder.
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'9. In a marking device, the combination with
2, In a machine of the character described, a" a base member, ‘a roll of transfer sheet material
platen, a marking plate holder comprising a rock ~ supported at one end of the base member, means
shaft journaled on the platen, a releasable clamp-v for drawing a length of said transfer sheet, trans
ing bar carried by the rock-shaft, and a marking. fer face uppermost, from the roll and across the
plate having one margin bent to form a lip, said ‘base member vin engagement therewith, and a
and sockets in engagement.
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r
guide pattern, superimposed on the transfer face
of the drawn transfer sheet, provided with at
3. In a machine of the character described,'a., least one opening for exposing said transfer face
lip being detachably held between the rock-shaft
and clamping bar.
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and for receiving a shoe part with its ?nished or 45
platen, a marking plate holder comprising a rock
shaft mounted on the platen having a longitu
dinal groove and a spring tongue, and‘ a marking
plate constructed with an offset lip to occupy
said groove, said marking plate and spring tongue
being provided with complementary projections
and sockets by which the marking plate is de
tachably secured to the holder.
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4. In a machine of the character described, a
platen, a marking plate holder comprising a rock
shaft mounted on the platen having a longitudi
55 nal row of studs uniformly spaced apart, a mark
ing plate having a series of correspondingly
spaced sockets along its margin adapted to en
gage said studs, a retaining bar alongside of said
grain face in engagement with said transfer
face, of means for simultaneously providing the
un?nished or ?esh face of the received shoe part
with at least one legible guide line and pressing
against said transfer face that portion of the
?nished or grain face of the shoe part which lies
beneath said guide line.
10. In a marking device, the combination with
a base member provided with a planaform sur
face, a roll of transfer sheet material supported 55
at one end of said surface, a shaft adjacent said
surface, means for drawing a length of said
transfer sheet, transfer face uppermost, from
the roll, under said shaft, and across said sur-'
rock-shaft for detachably securing the marking face in engagement therewith, and a guide pat 60
60
plate to the rock-shaft and holding said studs tern, superimposed on the transfer face of the
and sockets in engagement, said bar being hinged drawn transfer sheet between the shaft and the
at one end to the rock-shaft, and means sep
arably connecting the opposite end to the rock
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shaft.
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5. In a machine of the character described, a
sheet drawing means, provided with at least one
opening for exposing said transfer face and for
receiving a shoe part with its finished or grain 65
face in engagement with said transfer face of
platen, a marking plate holder mounted to move means ‘for simultaneously providing the un?n
toward and away from said platen, a marking ished or?esh face of the received shoe part with
legible guide lines and pressing against said
plate detachablysecured to said holder, and posi
tioning means having a recessed portion con 1 transfer face those portions of the ?nished or 70
70 structed and arranged to receive a blank to be grain face of thevshoe part which lie beneath
marked, said positioning means being detachably “said guide lines.
secured to said platen in predetermined?xed
ALFRED H. AVERY.
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