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Nov. 1, 1938.
o. v. PAYNE
2331-1142,v
TUBE FRAME FOR AXMINSTER LOOMS
Filed Dec. 20, 1957
inventor
Oscar \I. Payne
5.4;, in NM; ,
Attorney
Patented Nev. 1, 1938
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TUBE FRAME. 1191i exams-1BR moms. '
Oscar V.‘Payne, Leicester; Mass., assignor to
f-"C‘rornpton &“Knowles Loom W0rks,- Worcester,
Massga corporation of Massachusetts
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Malice-i?“ Dealers? 20, 1937; eerie! N9- "59:?95
5 Clainisli (Cl. 135-10;
This invention relates to improvement in tube
frames 'for Axminster'loonisa'ndit is the general
object of the invention ~to; provide a strong
durable connection betweeni‘the ,ltube" frame and
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transporting‘chainj
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tube fv‘r'ames'with‘ end‘ ears which ‘are slotted for
irarne bracket detached from the carrier bar.
"The tube‘frarhe ‘set forth herein‘ is designed
for use in“ an “Axminster loomfoif'the type'well
lfelatively weak ear which niaybreakif the load
jects ‘of the ‘present invention» is to permit the
use of a stronger and ‘larger tube frame carry;
ing an increased‘ amount of tuft ‘yarn and sup-v
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by "ears and hooks . which are much
‘ stronger than those heretofore“ used. .This re
sult 'I achieve by locating? the hook' entirely. at
one side of the ear so that the latter‘ is not
perforated.
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known in‘ the ‘industry ‘and only such ‘parts there; 10.
of as a?ect'thelmanipulationofthe tube frarne ' '
" on the tubeframe is increased. One of the ob
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Heretofore I have proposed agslidinghookhav
mg a'rec'tangular' support received'by the tubular
carrier‘ bar of the tuhé frame§InIthe"present
invention I simplify this c‘:orjistruction~ by using a
cylindrical‘stiid sliding in bearing en'dwi‘se of the
tube “frame and hold‘th'e hooli' ‘in"p'ropé'r align;
will ‘be “set forth."'The‘1oorn will have at each
end thereof a transporting chain l?yhaving outer
andririner links H "and" [2, respectively, and
also. a transfer clutch 13 supported on an arm
M ‘by means of .a gudgeon ‘1.5; The clutch is
manipulated '1' to e?ect ' wiping-iiiw motions when
the"tube frarne is in cloth forming position by a
link‘ It pivotally connected to the clutch as at IT.
The chain will move by a step. by‘step motion
Well understood andwill come rtdrést'neriqdicelly ‘
to perrnit'v the selected‘ tube frame 1 toi‘he' discon
nected“ 'therefromfmoved toward the clutch, and
returned to the ichai?- f
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nvention relates more particularly to the
tubetiraineand :cornprises'a metallic‘tubular bar '
ment for engagement with the chain by aguide
pin or ‘the'li'ke extending through the ear. The
guide pin is spaced tram‘ the‘ axis of the cylinl
halving‘ attached thereto'jayplurality ‘ Qif. yarn tuft
dri'ca'l stud and therefore prevents turning of, the
tubes g V On‘the upper side of'the bar "20 is? a
hooli about its stud and bearingsin a plane trans
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of the tube frame‘ carrier bar.
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ig; 4 is a transverse vertical section‘on line
' Fig. 5 is a perspective view showing the tube
construction the. tube‘fraine issupported by a
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‘Fig33 "is a‘ horizontal‘ section' on lin‘e'3—-3 of
Fig.
It has been customary'heretofore to provide
thereception of alchain engaging hook. By this
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tion of. arrow. 2, Fig. 1, the clutch being omitted.
ilf’preiférebly" or‘re?ectance section, and
spool S_ on which will be wound the variously col- '
" It is desirable tov be able manually todis
connect the tube frame from its chain and this
‘oredtuit‘fyar‘ns'. The bearing may ‘beheld to the
can be accomplished very sirrnply by depressing
thélgiiide‘pin which extends‘ through and beyond
Projecting ‘into the end or the'tube is a hollow
sheet’n'i'etal blockr25"havin'g parallel ‘vertical side
walls 26 and 21', "respectively;connected together
the outer‘surface "of the ear. By pushing the
guide pin which is rigid‘ with'the hook'the lat
ter'is moved inwardly away from the chain ‘to
permit detachment of the tube'fframe.‘
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40 “ It is a iurther objector my invention to se
tube frame in "any approved manner.
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at their‘ inner ends by‘ an end wall 28, and bridged
by ‘a bearing ‘block"‘29. .The latter may bese
cured to‘ the "walls “267 and 21 by means of. screws
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cure a. hollow block‘to the bottom‘ of the ear
and insert‘ the block intofthe hollow bar,'after
which the block is'fastened’to the bar.
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29 ‘is provided with‘"a"bearing 31 of cylindrical
form in‘ alignment‘with a second bearing 32 lo-'
cated in the endZBJ‘" The bearings'3l and 32 are
nient of» parts ‘hereinaften‘descrihed' and "set
outer reduced ends 34 of the "walls 26 and 21
to'which the ear may'be'secured' as by‘welding.
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The car has "an opening "'31 aligningywith the
bearing 3| "and said ‘ear'extendsupwardly and
may be slightly o?j'set as at 38 t‘o'provide a tongue
‘With these and other Objects. in‘view which oh‘the same 'axisfwhi'ch" is substantially parallel
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will‘ appear ‘as the description liaroic'eeds,l invin tothe'?axis of the bar 20. j ' ‘ " .
vention‘ resides in‘the combination and arrange} ‘ Amer 35'i'is notched'as at' 36 to receive the
venient' embodiment of ' [my invention ‘is " set forth,
1 is a vertical longitudinal section through
a tube frarne and clutch‘rnade according to my
Q'Q'To'r insertion‘ between "the links H and I2 of
the‘ transporting chain.’ The ear is rigid with
present invention, parts of the ‘structure being respecttdthe'block'
25 andfthe latter is held to
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the tube irame bar as by a screw’lltl and also‘, by
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screws 4| which pass through the bar I 0 and walls
26 and 27 to be threaded into the solid block 29.,
In this way the hollow block 25 and the ear 35
are secured tightly to the carrier bar 20.
as at 16 to permit the hook to move as described,
the hook reaching the end of the slot while
guide pin 55 is still in hole 56. The end of the
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receive correspo‘hding parts 19 and 80, respectively, of the ear 35 which project beyond the
walls 26 and 21.
hook 45 is so disposed as to lie entirely on
side of the ear, being located as shown in
1 between the spool and the ear. The hook
an upper bent end 46 to lie over the link
l2 and has the lower end thereof riveted or
10 otherwise fastened to a slide gudgeon or stud 4'!
carrier bar may be notched as at 11 and 18 to
. Certain parts and relationships shown herein,
such as the hook member 45 locatedientirely on
one side of the ear 35. are not claimed speci?cally 10
having a large part 48 received by and sliding ' herein but are set forth and claimed in a co
in the bearing 3|. A reduced part 49 of the pending application ?led by Robertson Serial No.
stud 41 extends inwardly and slides in the bear
ings 32, being surrounded by a compression
spring 50 located between the end wall 28 and
the enlarged part 48. The purpose of the spring
is to hold the hook normally in the position
shown in Fig. 1 with the lower vertical part 5|
of the hook extending along the corresponding
adjacent part of the ear 35. The hook may be
offset as indicated in Fig. 1 but preferably does
not pass through any part of the ear.
The stud 47, being cylindrical, would be free
to turn in its bearings 3i and32, and in order
to prevent this I secure a guide pin 55 to the
hook at a point below. the end 46. The guide
pin passes through a hole‘ 56 in the ear and 'is
spaced sufficiently belowthe chain to permit the
customary upward motion of the tube frame
30 necessary to ‘permit the hook end 46 to slide over
the highest part of the chain link I2. When the
tube frame is in an inverted position shoulders
60 of the car may be relied upon’ to engage the
single links 6|‘ of the chain to support the tube
frame, ‘but if desired, the pin 55 may engage
the chain links. I l and ' l2 for this purpose.
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do not wish to be limited to this latter feature.
~The clutch I3 has extending inwardly there
. from a detaching pin 10 and has the underside
40 thereof-provided with a-lip ‘H curved down
wardly and inwardly as at'l2 in the usual man
ner.
Side plates 13_ of the clutch require the
tube frame to rock with the clutch.
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In operation, the parts are normally in the po
45 sition shown in Fig. 1 with the hook_over the
link l2 and the clutch spaced from the tube
found in similar constructions, being perforated
only at 31 and 56. The hook may be wider than 20
those heretofore used due to the fact that it
is not required to pass through a slot in the ear
and the hook is provided with a comparatively
cheap but effective slide bearing.‘ The guide pin
55serves to prevent angular displacement of the 25
hook relatively'tothe ear and may also be con
veniently pressed by an operator for the purpose .
of manually disconnecting the tube frame from
the chain at any point in the length of the latter
without relying upon the clutch pin 'Hl. Fur 30
thermore, the pin 55 may if desired be relied upon
to support ‘the tube frame. when the latter is in
inverted position over the chain.
‘ Having thus described‘my invention it will be
seen that changes and 'modi?cations may be 35
made therein by those skilled in the art without
departing from'the spirit and scope of the inven
tion and I do not wish to be limited to the details
‘herein disclosed, but what I claim is:
1. In an Axminster tub'e frame, a hollow car
rier bar, an ear member ?xed thereto and extend
ing‘laterally therefrom, a supporting hook mem—
ber located entirely on that side of the ear which
facespthe longitudinal center of the tube frame,
the chain the clutch is movedinwardly or toward
the tube frame the'?rst effect of which is to
parallel to the axis of the carrier bar, and a guide
on one member passing through the other mem
latter is thereupon moved inwardly or to the
left as viewed in Fig. 1 against the action of.
spring 56 a su?icient distance to move the end
46 of the hook out of vertical alignment with
any part of the chain. The tube frame may
then be lowered in the usual manner, after which
it will be returned to the chain to cause entry
of tongue 39 between links II and 12, after
which the clutch moves away from the tube
frame and the spring 50 restores the hook 45
to its normal holding position relatively to the
chain. The loom is then ready for a repeated
operation with the same tube frame or a dif:
ferent
tube
frame.
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During’ the motion of the hook relatively to
the tube frame the guide pin 55 will remain in
the hole .56 for all positions of the hook, thereby
70 preventing ‘substantial angular motion of the
hook around the axis of stud 41 in a plane trans
verse of the carrier bar. In this way the hook
is always required to return to the link 12 in
proper
position.
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The top 15 of the carrier bar may be slotted
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means de?ning a cylindrical sliding bearing con- '
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nectionbetween the hook and carrier bar, the
axis of the cylindrical bearing being substantially
lip 12, after which the‘pin ‘M will extend through
the opening 31 and engage the hooklunit. The
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From the foregoing it will be seen that I have
provided a tube frame construction wherein the
ear 35 is durable and secured to the hollow block
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The ear is free from the wide slot heretofore
frame. When the latter is to be removed from
lift the latter slightly by reasonof the'inclined
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ber at a point laterally spaced from the cylindri- ' :
cal, bearing axis to prevent substantial angular
motion of the hook member around the cylin
drical bearing axis.,
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2. In an Axminster tube frame, a hollow care
rier bar,‘ an ear ?xed with respect to the end of
the carrier bar and extending laterally there
from, a supporting hook located entirely on that
side of the ear which faces the longitudinal cen
ter of the carrier bar, means de?ning a sliding
connection between the hook and the ‘carrier bar,
said sliding connection being circular in cross
section, and }means}_ rigid with the hook and ex
tending through the'ear at one side of said slide
bearing and engagingthe ear to prevent substan
tial angular motion of! the hook in a plane trans 65
verse of ,the axis of said slide bearing.
3. In an Axminster tube frame, a hollow car
rier bar, an ear fixed to the bar and extending
laterally therefrom, a supporting hook located en
tirelyon that side of the ear facing the longitu 70
dinal center of the tube frame, a cylindrical slide
bearing connection betweenthe hook and car
rier bar, and a guide member on the hook sub
stantially- parallel _to the cylindrical bearing and
located at one side of the axis of the latter to pre
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vent substantial angular motion of the hook in a
plane transverse to the cylindrical bearing axis,
said guide member projecting normally through
the ear to be accessible from the side of the ear
opposite to the carrier bar.
4. In an Axminster tube frame, a hollow car
rier bar, an ear ?xed with respect to the end of
the carrier bar and extending laterally there
from, a supporting hooklocated entirely on that
10 side of the ear which faces the longitudinal cen
ter of the carrier bar, means de?ning a sliding
connection between the hook and the carrier bar,
said sliding connection being circular in cross
section, and a guide pin secured tothe hook and
15 extending through the ear and projecting out
wardly beyond that face of the ear which is re
transporting chain, a tube frame, an ear ?xed to
the tube frame and extending laterally into en
gagement with the chain, a supporting hook mov
able in a direction away from the ear and. toward
the longitudinal center of the tube frame, said 5
hook lying entirely on that side of the ear which
faces‘ the longitudinal center of the tube frame,
means de?ning a slide bearing between the hook
and the tube frame, said slide bearing being cir
cular in’ cross section, ‘and a guide pin secured to 10
the hook and extending through the ear at a point
under but closely adjacent to the chain when the
tube frame is below the chain, said guide pin en
gaging the ear to prevent substantial angular mo
tion of the hook in a plane transverse of the axis 15
of the slide bearing, said guide pin also project
mote from the longitudinal 'center of the carrier ~ ing far enough beyond that face of the ear re
bar to be manually accessible to be moved inv a mote from the longitudinal center of the tube
direction toward the longitudinal center of the frame to be manually accessible for motion to
20 tube frame to move the hook away from the ear,
ward the center of the tube frame to release the 20
said guide pin also engaging the ear to prevent hook from the chain, and said guide pin also
substantial angular motion of the hook in a placed to engage the chain when the tube frame
plane transverse of the axis of said sliding bear- . is over said chain to assist in supporting the tube
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frame on the chain.
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5. In an Axminster loom operating with a
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