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Nov. 15, 1938.
w_ RrrzERFELD
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ROTARY REPRINTING AND COPYING MACHINE AND A METHOD OF OBTAINING
PRINTED COPIES F M -A MIRROR SCRIPT OR
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NOV. 15, 1938.
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ROTARY REPRINTING AND COPYING MACHINE AND A METHOD ‘OF OBTAINING
PRINTEDOOPIES FROM A MIRROR SCRIPT ORIGINAL
Filed Sept. '28, 1957
2 Sheets-Sheet 2
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Patented Nov.“1s-,_193s"*
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’_ "UNITED "STATES; PATENT-ll”, OFFICE/f
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, ao'ramz REPRINTING AND COPYING MA
f CHINE AND A METHOD on OBTAINING
‘PRINTED corms FROM A MIRROR somr'r
omemar.
Wilhelm Ritzcri'eld,_.Berlin, Germany -
pdpplicationseptember 28, 1931, Serial N... 166,171
In_.Germany September'30, 1936
' ‘20 ‘Claims.
"The invention relateyto rotary reprinting and e. g‘. slidabiy on ‘(me or more common guide bars
copying machines and a method of obtaining ‘ 'or rods running parallel to the axis of the print;
printed copies from'a mirror script original, the ing drum and to make these adjustable in a
- lines ‘of which run in the ‘direction of rotation of 1 known way by .e. g. seizing (stopping) means and "
5 the printing drum, on sheets or the like previously by connection members both automatically from
moistened with a readily volatilizing liquid.
the printing. drum and also by hand. The ad
_ The object of the invention is to provide means justment of the unit reprinting the varying‘ text
, for obtaining in one operation, from the same ' may be effected automatically ‘by lines or sections
mirror script original‘ copies'which have partly . (varying amount of adjustment) and the ?xing
10 the-1 same and partly a- varying content. Copies
' of this kind’ are used, for example, fn‘the prepa
of the two units in the temporary printing posi 10
tion may likewise be effected automatically. The -
rations for manufacturing work pieces for_ ma _ means necessary for carrying out these steps are
chines or the like which have to pass through a , known: vDiil’erent distances of the seizing (stop
number of working-processes,‘ ,A number of op - ping) means and connection and coupling-mem1
15 ,erationlabels become necessary‘ or which each - bers. Another feature ‘of the rotary, reprinting 15
one has a constant text comprising, for example,‘ -ma_chine acéording to the invention is that the ‘
the mar g of the machine, theorder number. moistenlng ‘devices have supplying» means for
. the marking of the work piece itself, of the mai the moistenlng liquid, e. g‘. each device may have
terial and the. like, whilst the. varying text com a liquid conduit, controlled automatically‘ from
9 prises for example the indication of the work 4 the printing drum, each of'which can be shut off
‘ 7 shopJforge, turning shop, milling shop etc.) , the
method of treatment,‘ tolerances‘ and the like.’
separately. ‘E: g. a turnable rod may be provided -
with which the valve rods are in engagement.
Theinethod according to the invention consists , Means are provided to -move said turnable rod
broadlynin ‘e’ifecting'the/ reprintingvat two dif
forward and back? E. g. this may be accomplished ‘ i
25 ferent parts of the printingdrum 'and so that "1 by a crank shaft arranged with one end coupled 25
at bne place the constant text of the original is’ to the front wall ‘of the drum. More especially
‘ transferred‘toh plurality‘ of the sheets to_be the rotatable rod may show an axially extending
printed and,-~on_ the ,contraryfa't another place sector-like recess and the front of the‘ valve rod‘
so that on eaeh sheet"of the plurality of sheets may be arraiieed towards the lower surface of the
30 to be printed there is transferred another, yarying .recess. Thereby the valves may be opened to so.
gether or alternately. Further details'of the in-1
‘part3?! the-original.
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‘ ‘IA rotary reprinting'machine according, to the
invention servingior carrying out this method is,
in general, characterized by’a frame}; a printing
'vention will appear from the following construc-
tional descriptionof the machine:-\
The accompanying drawings illustrate séhe
3?. drum rotatabl’y mounteclion'said frame,"means~ matically one constructional example of the
for-rotatingsaid printing drum'andd two print-/ machine. Fig. 1 is a front :view', Fig. 2 a vertical
.ihg units J‘which ,‘are adjustable independently ' » section on lines’ l—l'_of Fig. 1,' Fig. 3 an enlarged
) _from<one‘ another parallel to the axis of'the print
ing drum. Preferably they can be ?xed rjelativkely
40 to the latter in the temporary printing’position.
Means for exhangeably holding the mirrorgscript'v
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'crossgsection-takenthrough one of the guide rods
for the printing units.
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Figs. 4 and 5 ‘show how the, displacement of
~ one unit is carried out automatically or by hand
original on said printing drum may be provided, from the printing, drum;
Each of the two printing. units may comprise
Fig. 4 is a plan~view.
in the known way either a moistenlng device and
Fig. v5_illustrates the device in ‘detail
4,5 a counter pressure roller, or may also comprise ‘
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means for feeding the sheets to be printed, say‘
The printing drum I is rotatably mounted with
a supply table inMcombinatio'n with these parts. its axle 2iin the side walls 3 of the machine,
However, a single supply table which may be which also carry the guide rod 4 which can be
adjusted relatively to both printing units by suit turned-forward and backward around its longi
.50 able means, .e. g. by.-means for seizing (stopping? tudinal-axis, and the
guide rod "5., The
.and may be coupled with) one or the‘ other unit
may beused alone,~according to requirements. It
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slide members .6 and ‘I i of' the printing units are
displaceably guided on these rods. .Each one of
rislelear that’ in the case of two; tables the same
these units consists in theknown way of a mois- ‘
means for adjusting may beused, It is desirable
tening device _8, 9. anda counter pressure roller
35. toarrange both printing units on guide means,
I 0,_ II. In the starting position of the printing
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drumjl the counter pressure?rollersv LII, H‘ are
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element 45 is unwound ‘irom'rthe
spring drum it.‘
disposed opposite the‘ recess la of the drum I so‘
II 'is‘ a toothed rod carried on the printing
that the displacement of both units can be unit 8, in the toothingdia of which theratchet
effected‘ without the mirror vscript original,
and locking member ".whichisrotatable around.
5 stretched on the printing drum, becoming e?aced ‘an axis i2),~en_gages. The member 53 consists
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or thetwo, toothed pawls [Ia and~ l‘lb which are
'_ _- The unit 6 serves?ior reprinting the varying
rotatably- connectedtogether around a pin "a.
text A on the sheets to be printed.‘ For this pur- " A nose ‘I ‘Id carried on the pawl "b which abuts ,
pose it has a moistenlng strip of .felt‘ 8a of line against a stop "e on the pawl l'la prevents r6
10 width which is Isupphed from the liquid container ~ tation of the pawl l'lb against the toothing lla
The counter pressure
whdn- thé pawl l-‘la isi'otated around the pin- l6
roller l0 isalso; made of line width. The unit ‘I
against the ,toothing’ lid. The rod 2|. which is
- 8b through the ,valve 8c.
serves for‘ reprinting the constant text’B on the? (under the'in?uence of the‘ tension spring El.
sheets to be printed. To this end it ‘has amoi'sten
and rotatable around the pin 55,\is connectedto.
' 15' mg strip felt 9a which‘extend‘s over a number of \the member 53.] A second rod 22,-which is under 15
line widths so that therefore on‘ the sheets to be - the in?uence of ‘.the tension spring 23, .is con
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printed a strip can be moistened . on which a
;-nected with-the pawl? I‘lb a‘ndis rotatable around '
the ‘pin 24.‘ The other end of the rod 22, rotatable I
whole section of e original can be printed. This
moistening strip of felt 9a is supplied’ from the
around'therpin 25, is~connected with the one arm
20 liquid container 9b throughsthe valve 90. The‘l 26a of th'eangle lever 26 which is mounted so' as
width .of the counter pressure roller ll corre- ; to be rotatable around the pin 21, The second
sponds‘to the width-oi the’strip of felt 9a. ‘
Idrm 20b 01' the angle lever 28 is under the in
' I2 is a supply table'ior the sheets to be print- . '?uenc'e 01 a key lever 28 which is rotatably mount
ed. ' In ‘the constructional lexample illustrated, \ed on the axis 29. The end 28b disposed opposite ‘
26 (Fig. 1), the supply table I! is coupled with the to the key ila'is; as. can be seen from ‘Fig. 5, 25
printing ,unit 6 by means.of a suitable spring turned upwards. )This upwardly bent‘ end 28b. .
pressed pi? l3 engaging in‘ corresponding ~re-‘ - abuts against the arm “b or the angle lever 26, ' ‘
v. oesses. llsin the carriage 6. ‘Since a number of . Therod 2l-is pivotally connected at .30 with one _ ’
recessesv M are providedthe supply table can, be ‘arm oi’ the angle‘lever ii, the second arm lla
30 adjusted relatively
to the moistening]
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of which abuts against the upwardly bent. end no
and the counter pressure roller f0‘ according to
or the ~leve‘it‘32 provided‘ at its free end with a
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requirement. The supplytable l2 calfv further key Ha.
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be coupled with the unit 'I'. In this case a spring ‘ .‘On the-side wall or the drum I is arranged a
pressed pin l5 ‘engages in the recesses l6 of the stop 33 which is'?xed within range of the pin 34d '
85 carriage ‘I. .
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oi a double lever 34 rotatably mounted on the 35
A number of borings or recesses 11 are arranged _ side‘ wall I of themachine at 35» This lever‘is
on'the rod 5 and in these borings spring pressed . under the in?uence oi the spring 3‘ and‘is iur
pins Knot shown) oi’ the printing ‘.unit'stand ‘I ~ther pivotally connected at 31 with the rod/38
3S and of
can engage,_ whereby the units are fixed on the a which is guided by means of thé‘sldt‘
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40 rod Sin the temporary printing position.
- The ‘control 01- the valves 8:! and 9c is e?ected
~by reason of the valve rods I 8 being in engageinent with the rotatable rod 4. -I This latter has
an axially extending~recess la )(Fig. 3) on the
45 under suriace lb‘ oiI which; abut the lower ends
of the valve rods It. [It the rod- 4 is turned for
abuts against the upwardly turned end 32b of the
‘ lever-I2 likewise-rotatable around the pin 29.
‘ Further. theelever “.abiit‘s against one arm or;
, an adjusting lever’ 43 rotatably mounted at 42,
. whi'ci) isrotatable‘in the direction of the arrow. 4:5
ward and backward in themdirection of the ar
srowIs into thetdotted positionand back,‘ which '
can be e?ected with the aid of, known means;
5o (coupling means), not illustrated, irom 'a drlvenq
part,oi 'the‘machine, the\ valves 8c and 9c are
_ raised by tension springs 19 (Fig. 2) atperiodic
intervals, so that‘h correctly measured quantity)
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thepln :40. A- pin ll is Iiix'ed on the rod 38 and 40'
III. "In the‘ position illustrated ‘by Fig.‘ 5 the
pin lid. is disposed in range of the stop >33, so
that on rotation of the drum I in the direction ._
of the arrow‘ (Fig. 5).];118 lever 3| is rotatgijhg
rod. 38 is displaced in the direction of_the arrow ' 50
IV and the lever 12 is thus in?uenced and acts
inturn, through the angle lever 3|, on'the rod 2|
andthe member JI.
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of liquid can‘ pass'to' the i'elt-‘Istrips 8a and 9a__ ‘ “If during use of the ‘machine the printing unit
55 mm the containers “and 9b. 'lheiclosingoi/j I with all. its accessory parts is to be automatically
the valves to and-9c takes place 'a' fom'atically“ adjusted by one line by the
I, this is e?ecte
' during thenreturnsoi the .rod into th basicrposi-? red by the. stop a of the ‘drum pressing against
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‘The lever 34 'iix‘thet'éhy ‘moved ‘in 'I
the printing dr‘um l and ‘the counter pressure‘ qdispl‘aced in ‘the tdii'ectio soi'ithe en-aw Iv (Fig.5). 60
" rollerlll,‘ are'take'n up by-a delivery table {0 and 'l'h'isliatter rotates, thr'
its pin II_,' the rod‘?.
tion shown in Fig. I8. ' "
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The printed sheets-on the like, after‘leaving
thepin 31a.
the directioh ot’the arrow V. whilst the rod” is
passed for example to a collecting'container‘ (not ‘w
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presses
Ma 01' the angle
ugh‘ its_arm 32b on
3_Land rotateathe ‘
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_1' _ _ rainI the direction‘I ctthe'arrow V1(Flg§
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ing‘ the} vafying text (6) is connected through whereby the rod 2| ,is“displaoe,d in the direction
the‘ tension‘ element 45 with a spring roller‘ IQ ' hi thearrow
The member 53 is thereby ro-v -
. 'Reierging now to am and.5,i,-the'unit print-
- ‘constructed in the known way) A second ten
. sion. element
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_ _ leads;
A to. a?winding‘ up drum 48
tated so that the pawl "q is‘ moved in the direc- ' .
tion oi'thearrovt "1n againstlthe 'toothing 15a,
which is _?xe'd on the axle 49 of .aIratchet drive, I whilst
70 (not illustrated)". The
the pawld‘lb moves out of
"and withit also“ the toothing 13d.‘ The movements of theteeth 70
-the printing unit 15,-, as‘ well as all parts connected," ll'laand l'lb \are so related that the tooth "a
v with it, ‘can be actuatedmith' thelaid o! a“crank} ' engages in the toothing I Saas soon as the sliding
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wheel 50hr such a way that the printing‘unit 8'
part 8 is displaced by the width of one line ‘under
is moved-agaihst the action of .the ratchet drive
the in?uence'ot the spring ‘action of‘ the drum 40
'16. 45. ingthe direction of the.arrow 1I,-whereby the»
and ‘of ' the?‘tension- element d5, When :this has
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occurred the _tooth i'ib prevents any i'urther to the axis of the printing
movement ‘of'the printing unit 6 with all‘of its"
parts.
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and meansfor
displacing said units in said direction.
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'I‘hesame operation‘ can, however, be effected‘ printing onto copy sheets previouslyomoistened
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by hand by depressing'the key 32a, or the lever with a readily volatilizing solvent,- the-combina
43 is rotated in the direction of the arrow III. " tion comprising a frame, a'printing drum rotat
The lever Si is thereby rotated under the in‘ vably mounted in said frame, means for exchange
?uence of the spring action 36 oppositely to the‘ ably holding afmirror script original having a
~- direction of the arrow V‘soHthat the pin Ma constantlportion and a varying portion around
10 comes out of range of the stop 33. If the key 32a the circumference of said printing drum, means
.is depressed the same operation is repeated as ,for rotating said printing drum,v a pair of print
ing units for reprinting said constant and said
varying portion of the original respectively and _
adjusting to any one row through a-number .of' being adapted to be displaced in a direction
line spacings, the key 280 is depressed._ The parallel to the axis of said printing drum, each 15
lever 28 thereupon produces through its end of said units including a moistening device and
28b a rotation of the lever 26 in the direction of r, a counter ‘pressureroller, means for adjusting
the arrow ‘IX so that the‘rod 22 is displaced in the position of said units‘ independently from
one another in said direction, means for displac~
the direction of the arrow X. The latter ro
20 tates the pawl l'lb by itself alone in such a way ing said printing'unit's in said direction ,both
that its tooth moves out of the toothing l5a manually and automatically by the rotation of
of the rod 5| in thedirection of the arrow XI said printing drum, and 'means for varying the
(Fig. 4). -.__The part 6 can thereupon be moved amount of displacement of the unitreprinting the
towards the left for any desired number of lines
5. In a rotary reprinting and copying machine
together with all the parts carried .by it and can.
be again locked on releasing the key 2811. The printing onto copy sheets previously moistened
with a readily volatilizing solvent, the combina
return of the part 5 with all its parts in- the direc
tion of the arrow II is eifected through the gear tion comprising a frame, a printing drum rotat
ably mounted in said frame, means for exchange- I
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ablyholding a mirror script original having a
Having ‘now-particularly described and ascer
tained the nature of my said invention and in constant portion and ,a varying portion around
what manner the‘ s'ame‘is to‘ be performed I the circumference of said drum, means for ro
tating said drum, a-pair 'of printing units for r'e-U ‘
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1. The method of printing orito copy sheets printing said constant and said varying- portion
" previously moistened with a readily volatilizing~ of the original respectively and being adapted to 35
above described.
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If, however, the ‘part 6 is to be displaced'for
varying
solvent atext ‘having a constant‘ portion to be
imprinted onto" each'of said copy sheets andv a
varying portion having a plurality of lines to
text.
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be displaced in' a'direction parallel to the axis
of said printing drum, each of said units includ
ing a moistening device and a counter pressure
bek‘selectively imprinted onto said copy sheets ‘ roller, means for adjusting the position of said '
units independently from one another in ‘said
~40 which, comprises tensioning around the circum
ference of a printing drum ‘a copyable m’rror
direction, means for displacing said printing units
script origin'al bearing said text with its lines in ‘ ' both‘ manually and automatically by "the rotation
- the direction of_ rotation of said drum, moistening ' of said“ printing drum, means for varying the
a strip of said copy sheet 'having a‘width corre-‘ amount of displacement of the unit reprinting
sponding tothat of said constant portion with a the varying text, and‘ vmeans for automatically
L readily volatilizing solyent,.moistening another ?xing the printing units in the temporary print
strip of said copy sheet having at least ‘a single
ing position.
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6. vIn a rotary reprinting and copying machine
line dth with said solvent, and subsequently
passing said moistened‘ copy sheet in contact with printing onto copy sheets previously moistened
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said original to» print said constant portion and
with a readilyyolatilizing solvent, the combina
_at least one line of‘ said‘ variable portion onto
tion comprising a frame, a printing drmmrotat- _
said copy sheet-at diiferent portions thereof.
2. In a'rotary reprinting and copying machine
printing onto copy sheets'previously' moistened
ably holding a mirror script original having .a.
constant portion and a varying portion around
with a readily volatilizing solvent, the combina-‘
tion comprising .a frame, a printing drum ‘rotat
ably .mounted in said frame,’ means for rotat
ing said rprinting drum, a pair of printing units
ably mounted in said frame, means for exchange
the circumference of said’ drum, means for rotat-_ -
ing said'drum, a pair of printing units'for're
. printing said constant and said varying portion
of the original respectively and being adapted to
adapted to be displaced in a direction parallel
be displaced in a direction parallel ,to the axis
to the axis of said‘ printing drum, and means 7 of said printing drum, each of said unitsinclud~
for adjusting thevpositio'n of said printing units - ing a moistening device and a. counter. pressure
independently from one another in said direction. roller‘,v means‘ for adjusting the position of said
_ >3. Ina rotary, reprinting and copying machine units independently from one another'in said
printing ‘ onto ‘copy sheets previously moistened direction, means for displacing said printing units
05 ‘with a readily volatilizingsolvent, the combina-,
'.tion comprisinga frame, a printing drum rotat
ably mounted in said frame,-means for exchange
' both manually and automatically by the rotation
of said printing drum?m'eans for automatically
?xing‘ said printing units in’their temporary
ably;,holding a mirror. script original on said,_ printing posit-ion, and meanslvfor feeding clear
printing drum, means for ‘rotating said printing ' sheets to be_ printed onto saidprinting drum
70 drum,’ a pair or printing units adapted to be ‘ '7. In ‘a ‘rotary reprinting and copyingmachine
displaced in a-direction parallel to the axis of.i printing onto copy sheets.‘ previously moistened
said printing drum, each of said units comprising . with a readily. volatilizingsolvent, the combina
a moistening device and a counter pressure roller,
means for adjusting the position of said printing
75; ‘units independently from one another parallel
tion comprising‘a frame, a printing drum rotat
ably mounted in said frame, means for exchange
ably holding a’ mirror script original having a 75
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constantportionand a varying portion around for each ofvsaid moistening devices for feeding
readily volatilizing solvent thereto, yalve means
the circumference of said printing drum, means
- i'or rotatingwsaidk printing drum,'a pair of print- ' for each of said conduits, a valve-rod for each of
ing units for reprinting said constant and said : said valves for opening and closing the same when
varying portion of. the original respectively and ‘actuated, and means including a 0rotatable rod 5 _
being adapted to be displaced in a direction having a sector-‘like recess therein for actuating
parallel‘ to-the axis of‘ said printing drum, each said valve rods and to’ control the now of liquid
of said unitsincluding a moistening device and. ‘ through said‘ conduits. '
- a-counter pressure roller, means for adjusting the
10. In a rotary reprinting and copying ma-M
position oiv said ‘units independently “from one chine printing onto copy sheets previously moIs/T 10
another in said direction, means for displacing - tened with ‘a readily volatilizing solvent, the
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v said printing units both manually and automati
combination comprising a frame, a printing drum '
cally by the rotation ‘of said printing drum, means _ _,rotatably mounted in said i'ranie, means for
for automatically ?xing said pzintingi units ing holding: a min script original‘ having ‘a :con
their temporary piintihg position, a supply table, stant portion a d a varying portion around the 15
' means for adjusting said. supply table with rei '7 circumference of said printing drum, means for
‘spect to 'saidlunits, means. for coupling said table rotating said printing drum, a pair-of printing ;
with’at least one of said, units, and means for units adapted to’be independently displaced in
supplying readily, volatilizing. solvent :to said, a direction parallel to the axis of said printing
20 moistening devices.
' 'drumand each including a moistening device 20
8. In a rotary reprinting and’copyihg machine and a counter pressure roller, one’of' said units“
' printe’d onto‘ copy sheet_s.previously moistened‘ having/a moistening device and ‘a counter pres- * '
with ‘readily volatilizing solvent, the combina sure roller of at least single line width ior'print
tion c f prising a frame, a printingdruni rotat
iug said'varying portion of the priginaL-themther
. 25§ab1y mounted in said frame,"'mean_s for‘ exchange
of said units having)» such of multi-line width for 25 .
ably holding-a. mirror script ‘original having a printing saicf constant portion of the original,‘
constantportion‘and a~ arying portion around '~ means for adjusting the position of said printing
the circumference of said printing drum, means
for rotating said printing drum, a pair oi_printin_g
so units for reprinting said constant and said vary;
ing portion of the original respectively and being.
adapted to be displaced in a direction parallel
to the axis, of said printing drum, each-0L, said
units including a moistening device and a counter
35 pressure roller, means for adjusting the position
0! said' printing units independently from one
another in said direction, ‘means for displacing
units, and manually operative elements‘ and ele- '
ments, automatically operated, by‘ the rotation of
saidv printing drumito displace said printing unit 30
' of single line width by a predetermined amount .
to selectively copy at least a single line of said
_ varying ‘portion of the original.
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11. In a rotary reprinting" and copying'machine'
' printing ‘onto copy sheets previously moistened 3'?‘
a/with a readily volatilizing solvent, the combinal=
'tion comprising a frame; a printing drum rotat
said“printing u'nits both manually and automati-? ably mounted in said frame, means for holding a
cally by the rotation 01‘ said printing drum, means mirror script original. having a constant portion‘ _
40 ‘for: varying. the amount 0; displacement of the arnd'a varying portion around the circumference 40
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unit reprinting bthe varying text,~means for auto- , of- said printing drum, meansi'or rotating said
_' matically ?xing‘ both printing units in the tem
printing drumla pair of printing units ‘adapted to
porary printing position, a deed ‘table, means for 1 be independently displaced in a direction -par-'
adjusting said feed table with respect to said
printing units, means ior coupling said i'eed table
allel' to the 'axis of’ said printing drum and each
including a Jmoistening device and‘ a counter. 45 v
with at least one of said unite-means for teeding pressure roller,-,~_o,u'e' of'said units having a mois
readily volatilizingsolvent to said moistening de tening device and‘ a counter pressure ‘roller of at
vices including a conduit impeach-device” and ieastsingle line width mi» printing said varying. " v‘
.means for controlling said feeding means.
portion of the original, the other’oi said'units .
, , 9. In a rotary reprinting and copying machine having such of multi-line width for printing said 50
‘printing ontov copy sheets previously moistened
with a readilyvolatilizing solvent, ‘the combina
constant portion of the original, means for ad
"justing the‘ ' sition of said
printing,
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is. mim
tion comprising- a frame, a printing drum rotat
uallyopera le elements and elements automati
ably mounted in said frame,- means for exchange- - cally. operatedcbyithe rotation of said printing
ably holding ‘a mirror script original havi a, / drum to displace‘said printing unit ofsingle line 55
constant portion “and a varying’ portionJaroundi width by a predetermined amount ,to selectively
> the circumference of said printing d_rum,, means copy at least a single line of said varying po‘rtion -
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for rotating said printing drumha'pair of print
Iing units for reprinting said constant and said
varying portion. of the original respectively and
being adapted to be displaced in ‘a direction par-'
'allel to the axis'of said-printing drum, each of
,said units including a moistening device and a
counter pressure roller; means Zior, adjusting the
position of said printing units independently from,
one another in said direction, means for displac
ing said units both manually and automatically
411' the original, and means forautom‘atically ?x- ' '
ing said printing units in the temporary printing .
.position.
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4 12. In arotary reprinting and copying machine
printing onto copy sheets previously moistened '
with a readily volatilizing solvent, the combina
“ tion comprising a/frame, a printing drum rotat
ably mounted in saidi'rame'rmeans for holding av 05 -
mirr'or script original. having a constant portion 1
and a varying portion around the circumference
- by the rotation oi’ said printing drum, 'means for A _ of said printing drum vmeans for rotating said
. varying theamount oi’ the displacement of the printing drum, a pair oi printing units adapted to ‘ 7
reprinting the varying text, means for auto‘ be independentlydisplaced in a direction parallel 70
no
. matically nidng'bothlpiinting units in the tem
t0 the axis of said printing drum' and each includ- ,
porarydprintingposition, a feed table, means for ing a moistening‘ device and‘ a counter pressure’
' .iadiu‘sting. said jeed table with respect to saidv , roller, one of ‘said units having a moistening device ‘
printing units, me’ans for coupling saidieedtable and a counter pressure roller of at least'single line "
75 with at least one of’said units, should tonduit width for. printing said varying portion or the," '
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original, the other of saidrunits having such of
multi-line width for printing said constant por
tion of the original, means for adjusting the posi
tion of said printing units,_manually operable ele
ments and elements automatically, operated by
the rotation of said, printing drum to ‘displace said
printing unit of single line width by a predeter
mined amount to selectively copy at least a single
10
line-of said varying portion of the original, means
for automatically ?xing said printing units in the
temporary printing position, and means for feed
ing the sheets to be printed to said printing drum.
13. In a rotary reprinting and copying machine
said units, means for supplying a readily volatilize
ing solvent‘to said moistening devices, and means
for controlling the ?ow of said solvent to. said
moistening devices.‘
,
.
1,5.‘ In a rotary reprinting and copying ma
chine printing'onto copy sheets previously moist
ened with a readily volatilizing solvent, the com
bination comprising a frame, a printing drum
rotatably‘mounted in said frame, means for ho_ld—, -
'ing a mirror script original having a constant 10
portion and a varying portion around the ‘cir
cumference of said printing drum, means for
rotating said printing drum, ,a‘ pair of
printing onto copy sheets previously moistened
20
'
25
30
units adapted to be independently'displaced in
with a readily volatilizing solvent, the combina
a direction parallel to the axis of said printing 15
tion comprising'a frame, a printing drum rotat drum and each including a moistening device
ably mounted in said frame, means for holding a and a counter pressure roller, one of said units
mirror script original having a constant portion having a moistening device and a coimter pres
and a varying portion around the circumference sure roller- of at least single line width for print-_
of said printing drum, means for rotating‘said ing said varying portion of the original, the other 20
printing drum, a pair of printing units adapted of said units having such of multi-line width for
to be independently displaced in a direction par
printing said constant portion of the original,
allel to the axis of said printing drum and each means for adjusting the position of said printing
including a moistening device and a.counter units, manually operable elements and elements
pressure roller, one of said units having a mois
automatically operated by the rotation of said 25
tening device and a counter pressure roller of at printing drum to displace said printing unit of
least single line width for printing said varying single line width by a predetermined amount to
portion of the original, the other of said units selectively copy at least a single lineof said vary
having such of multi-line width for printing said ing portion of the original, means for automati
constant portion of the original, means for ad
cally ?xing said printing units in the temporary 30
justing the position of said printing units, man printing position, a feed table for feeding sheets
ually operable elements and elements automati
to be printed to said printing drum, means for
cally operated by the rotation of said printing adjusting said feed table with respect to said
drum to displace said printing unit of single line " printing units, means for coupling said feed table
' width by a predetermined amount to selectively vwith at least one of said units, conduit means 35
copy at least a single line of said varying/portion for supplying a readily volatilizing solvent to said
of the original, means for automatically ?xing moistening devices, valve means for controlling
said printing units in the temporary printing the ?ow of solvent in said conduit means, a valve
position, a feed table for feeding~sheets to be: rodforeach of said, valves for opening and clos
40 printed to said’printing drum, means for adjust
ing the same, and means including a rotatable
ing said feed table with respect to said printing _ rod having a sector-like recess therein for actuat
units, means for coupling said feed table with at ing said valve rods and to control
least one of said'units, and means for supplying liquid through said conduits.‘
a readily volatilizing solvent to said moistening
‘16. In a rotary reprinting and copying ma
45 devices.
chine printing onto copy sheets previously moist 45
14. In a rotary reprinting and copying machine ened with a readily volatilizing solvent, the com
printing onto copy sheets previously moistened bination comprising a frame, a printing drum ro
with a readily volatilizing solvent, the combina
tatably mounted in said frame, means for ex
tion comprising a frame,- a printing drum rotat
changeably‘ holding a mirror script original
50 ably mounted in said frame, means for holding a around the circumference of said printing drum, 50
mirror script original having a constant portion means for rotating said printing drum, a pair of
and a varying portion around the circumference printing units adapted to be displaced in a di
' of said printing drum, means for rotating said
. printing drum, a pair of printing units adapted
55 to be independently displaced in a direction par
allel to the axis of said printing drum and each
rection parallel to the axis of said printing drum,
each of said units including a moistening device
and a counter pressure roller, means for adjust 55
ing the position ofnsaid units in said direction
including a moistening device and a counter pres- - independently from one another, and means for
sure roller, one of said units having a moistening
device and a counter pressure roller of at least
60
single line width for printing said varying portion
of the original, the other of said units having
such of'multi-line width for printing said con
stant portion of the original, means for adjusting
the position of said printing units, manually oper
able elements and elements automatically oper
ated by the rotation of said printing drum to dis
place said printing unit of single line width by a
automatically ?xing said printing units in their
temporary printing position.
1'7. In a rotary reprinting and copying ma6
chine printing onto copy sheets previously mois
tened with a readily volatilizing solvent, the com
bination comprising a frame, a printing drum
rotatably mounted in said framehmeans for ex
changeably holding a mirror script original
around the circumference of said printing drum,
means for rotating said printing drum, a pair
predetermined amount to selectively copy at least
of printing units adapted to be displaced in a ,
a single line of said varying portion of the origi
nal, means 'for automatically ?xing said printing
direction parallel to the axis of said printing
drum, each of said units including a moistening
units in the temporary ‘printing positioma feed
device and a counter pressure roller, means for
adjusting the position of said units in said direc
tion independently from one another, means for
table for feeding sheets to be printed to said
rinting drum, means for adjusting said feed
able with respect to said printing units, means
automatically ?xing said printing lmits in. their a
for coupling said feed table with at least one of
temporary printing position, and means for feed 16
s6
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automatically ?xing said printing units in their
temporary printing position, a feed table, means
for adjusting said feed table with respect to
ing copy sheets to be printed to said printing
18. In a rotary reprinting and copying ma
chine printing onto copy sheets previously mois- ’ said printing units, means for coupling said feed
table with at least one of said units, a conduit 5
tened with a readily yolatilizing solvent, the com
bination comprising a frame, a printing drum for each of said moistening devices for supplying
rotatably mounted in said frame, means for ex
a readily volatilizing solvent thereto, and means
changeably holding a mirror script original for controlling the ?ow of solvents in said con
around the circumference of said ‘printing drum,
duits.
-
20. In a rotary reprinting and copying ma 10V
pair of printing units adapted to be displaced chine printing onto copy sheets previously mois
in a direction parallel to‘ the axis of said print- ‘Y tened with a readily volatilizing solvent, the com
bination comprising a frame, a printing drum
ing drum, each of said units including a moisten
ing device and a counter pressure roller, means rotatably mounted in said frame, means for ex
15 for adjusting the position of said units in said ‘changeably holding a mirror script- original 15
10 means for rotating said
printing drum, a
direction independently from one another, means
around the circumference of said printing drum, -
for automatically ?xing‘said printing units in ' means for rotating said printing drum, a pair
their temporary printing position, a feed table of printing units adapted to be displaced-in a di
for feeding copy sheets to said printing drum, rection parallel to the axis of said printing drum,
each of said units including a moistening device 20
and a counter pressure roller, means for adjust
ing the position of said units in said direction in
dependently from one another, means for auto
means for adjusting said feed table with respect
to said printing units, means for coupling said
feed table to at least one of said units, and means
for feeding a readily volatilizing solvent to said
moistening devices.
.
matically ?xing said printing units in their tem
,
19. In a rotary reprinting and copying ma
chine printing onto copy sheets previously mois
tened with a readily volatilizing solvent; the com
bination comprising a frame, a. printing drum
rotatably mounted’in said frame, means for ex
30 changeably holding a mirror script original
around the circumference of said printing drum,
porary printing‘ position, a feed table, means for 25
25
_ means for rotating said printing drum, a pair
of printing units adapted to be displaced in a
direction parallel to the axis of said printing
adjusting said feed table with respect to said
printing units, means for coupling said feed table
with'at least one of said printing units, a liquid
conduit for each of said moistening devices for
'
feeding readily volatilizing solvent thereto, valve 30
means for each of said conduits, a valve rod for
each of said valve means for opening’and closing
the same when actuated, and means including
a rotatable rod having a sector-like recess there
35 drum, each of said units including a moistening in for actuating said valve rods and to' control 35
device and a counter pressure roller, means for the ?ow of liquid through said conduits.
adjusting the position of said units in said direc
tion independently from one another, means'i'or‘
WHrHELM RITZERFELD.
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