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Nov. 2.9, 1938,
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E. A. HOLMGREN
2,138,099
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LASTING MACHINE
Filed June 11, -193'/
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Nov. 29, 1938.
E. A. HoLMGREN
2,138,099
LASTING MACHINE
‘Filed June l1, 1937
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Patented Nov. 29, 1938
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UNITED >STK-T1515: ÍPfA'TEïNT ¿OFFI CE
.'LASTING MACHINE
. Eric A. Ho1mgren,ÍLynn, Mass., assignor >to United
Shoe' Machinery Corporatiom' Paterson, "N, J.,
e a corporationv of New Jersey
Application June 11, 1937, -Serial No.-147,723
25" Claims.
This invention relatestoí lasting machines, and
'has particularly-in view theprovision of improved
.means for lasting the. heel vends ofv welt shoes. .It
has rbeen proposed heretofore to defer. the. lasting
Gl of the heel ends of shoes of this type until after
the welts have been attached tothe shoes, and .a
.further object of the invention. is to provide im»proved means forlastingthelheel .ends ofshoes
.in that condition. .In various novel aspects, .however, the invention is' not limited in utility to'the
lasting of previously weltedshoes or, intfact,.to
the lasting of shoes of the welt type, and .in
certain. aspects, moreover, it is not limitedto the
lasting of the. heel ends of shoes_
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(Cl. 12-4)
.fastened in lasted position Awithout retracting the
cwipers, the end Wipersv'are provided with holes
through which tacks may ybe >driven by a'hand
1 tackery and thesidewipers have slots for the same
purpose, these slots beingarranged in angular ,5
relation to one another to space the tacks sub
Ystantially equal distances r»apart in any. positions
of `the -side Wipers .at the> end oftheir wiping
movements.
To improve the results .obtained in lasting . 10
the heelends ofzweltfshoes, thev invention further
provides novel'means for applying inWardly di“
reeted tightening'feree" t0 the .previously laSted
upper adjacent to the forward endr of the heel
With the above and other objects in view, the seat. For this purpose 'the construction shown ì15
invention, in accordance with one feature, pro- comprises plates which in operating on a previ
vides novel wiping means the range ofthe wiping ously Welted shoe are carried idly intol the welt
action of which in -a direction lengthwise of the
»shoe may loe-varied for shoes of diirerent sizes.
crease as all the lWipers are iirst operated in the
manner above `described and are then adjustaloly
In lasting the heel ends of welt shoes this permits the margin of each upper to be'wiped inwardly over the insole »as far forwardly as the
ends of the lip of the insole regardless of differences in the length of ythe heel seat in shoes
positioned in accordance with the size. of the shoe 20
as the -Side Wipers are moved relatively to the
end Wipers; the plates being thereafter forced in
Wardly to tighten the upper'adl'acent to the heel
seatas all the WiperS'are further Operated t0 00in
vof diiîerent sizes. The construction shown comprises end wipers which are movable lengthwise
.plete the OVerWiping Operation. These plateS may . 25
further Serve aS means t0 »Support the Welt While
and laterally of the shoe to Wipe the margin of
the'eperatOr butts itS ends ley-use 0f a handknife
the upper inwardly throughout a portion only of
prier t0 the driving 0f the »lasting taCkS.
the length of the'heel seat, and side wipers arranged to wipe the margin of the upper‘inward-
The abOVe and Other `features Of the invention,
Yincluding various novel details of construction and 430
ly at the sides of the heel seat beyond the end
combinations of parts, Will now be more particu
wipers `and movable laterally ofthe shoe relative-
larly described With reference t0 the aCCOnipany
ly to the end wipers with components'of‘move-
ing drawings and thereafter »pOinted Outin the
ment toward the toe end of the shoe to extend
the range of their wiping action lengthwise of the
shoe a distance dependent upon the size of the
shoe. -In the illustrated embodimentof the invention the end wipers and the side -wipers vare
.supported on the same Wiper carriers which are
operated by a hand lever, and it is contemplated
that this hand lever will preferably be .used first
tomove all the wipers a certain distance lengthwise and laterally of the shoe in wiping-.engagement with the margin of the upper, .this movenlent of the wipers lbeing limited .by a stop.
Claims.
In the drawings,
. 35
Fig~ _1 iS a perSpeCtiVeVieW 0f a pOrtiOn 0f a
machine in which the invention is embodied;
Fig- 2 iS a Plan View Of-a DertiOn Of-the Strue
ture ShOWn in Fig- 1,~Witn parts breken away;
Figs. 3,74 and 5 are plan VieWS illustrating the .40
DOSitiOnS 0f the Wipers and aSSOCiated parts at
ldiiferent tinleS in -thelaSting Opera-tien;
Fig. 6 is a section .on theline VI-VI of Fig. 2;
Fig. 7 is a perspective View illustrating the but
tinsr 0f the Welt;
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Thereafter, by another hand lever, the side wipers
.will be further moved relatively to the end wipers
as and for the purpose above described, their
movements being adjustably limited in accordance with the size of the shoe. By the use of the
ñrst-mentioned hand lever- all the wipers will then
be further advanced and closed to complete the
overwiping operation, this movement also being
limited `to avoid any danger of damaging the
lip of the insole. To permit the upper to be
Fig. 8 is a diagrammatic plan VieW illustrating
different positions of the Wipers in operating on
Shoes of different sizes; and
Fig. 9 iS a SeCtiOn 0n the line IX--IX 0f Fig. 2.
>For illustrative purposes the invention is herein 50
shown as applied to »a bed-lasting machine of a
Well-known type the construction of which is dis
closed, in its general aspects, in United States-Let
ters Patent No. 1,018-,47'7,~granted on February
».27, 1,912, upon an application-of Matthias Brock...55
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Only as much of such a machine is included in
the drawings as is necessary for an understand
ing of the invention.
The machine is provided
the end wipers. For operating the side wipers
there are provided two levers 46 and 48 pivotally
mounted between their opposite ends on bolts
5U secured to the wiper head I2, the upper ends
of these bolts being braced by a plate 52 secured
with a support 2 for the heel end of the last and
shoe, having a spindle (not shown) which enters
the spindle hole in the last, and with a toe by a bolt 54 to a cap plate 56 fast on the wiper
rest, also not shown, for supporting the last and head. The inner arms of the two levers 46 and 48
shoe at the forepart. The shoe is firmly clamped are connected together by a link 58. Each of the
about its heel end in the lasting operation by a levers has an arm 60 arranged to extend gener
ally lengthwise of the shoe and provided with a
10 heel band 4. For wiping the margin of the heel end
of the upper inwardly over the insole there arev slot 62 in which lies a stud 64 fast on the outer
end of the adjacent side wiper 44. The lever 46
provided heel-embracing wipers 6 pivotally con
nected together by a stud 8, these wipers in the has a handle 66 thereon for operating it. It will
construction herein shown being so short that in be understood that by movement of the handle
66 toward the left (Fig. 1) both levers 46 and 48
15 operating on shoes of different sizes they wipe
each upper inwardly throughout a portion only _ are operated to cause their arms 60 to swing in
of the length of the heel seat. The wipers 6 are wardly toward each other and thus to impart in
secured to wiper carriers IU which are movably ward movements to the side Wipers 44 while the
supported on a wiper head I2 (Fig. 1) and over end wipers 6 are stationary. 'I'he slots 62 are
which there is a cover plate I4 fastened to the curved in such manner as to permit the side 20
wiper head. The wiper carriers I0 are connected wipers to be moved lengthwise and laterally of
by links I6 to a crossbar I8 operated through the shoe with the end wipers, when the wiper
a plunger 20 by means of a hand lever 22, and carriers I0 are operated by the hand lever 22,
they are controlled as heretofore by guiding without any substantial relative movement be
25 means including rolls 24 mounted on studs 26 and tween the end wipers and the side Wipers adja 25
lying in slots 28 in the carriers.
Accordingly,
as the hand lever 22 is operated the wipers 6 are
advanced lengthwise of the shoe and are also
.closed inward laterally of the shoe by swinging
30 about the axis of their pivotal connection 8. By
means hereinafter described the rolls 24, in the
construction herein shown, are adjustable to vary
the starting positions of the wipers for shoes of
different sizes.
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To determine with substantial accuracy the re
lation of the bottom of the heel end of the shoe to
the plane of the wipers, there is secured to the
cover plate I4, in the construction herein shown,
a bracket 30 which supports two- holddown mem
40 bers 32 and 34 arranged to engage the insole re
spectively at the heel end and in a location a
short distance forwardly of the heel end. An up
wardly extending shank portion of the member 32
is vertically adjustable in a bore in the bracket
45 3U, as shown in Fig. '7, and is engaged ‘at its
upper end by a screw 36 threaded in the bracket to
determine adjustably the height of the holddown
member. A set screw 38 in the bracket engages
a flat face on the shank portion of the member
50 32 to prevent the member from turning and from
dropping below the screw 36. 'I‘he Vholddown
member 34 is similarly controlled by an adjust
ing screw 40 and a set screw 42.
The wiper carriers I0 in the construction here
in shown are extended to serve also as supports
for side wipers 44 arranged to wipe the, margin
of the upper inwardly over the insole at the sides
of the heel seat beyond the end wipers 6, the lower
wiping faces of the side wipers being in the same
60 plane as the lower faces of the end wipers. The
side wipers 44 are mounted in guideways in the
carriers ' I0, as illustrated in Fig. 6, to permit
them to be moved inwardly over the heel seat rela
tively to the end wipers, these guideways being so
65 formed that the side wipers are thus movable
rectilinearly widthwise of the shoe with com
ponents of movement lengthwise of the shoe to
ward its toe end. The inner end portions of the
side wipers are wedge-shaped in plan, so that at
70 the end of the wiping operation their foremost
edges 45 (Fig. 5) will be approximately perpen
dicular to the edge of the shoe bottom, and ac
cordingly the range of their wiping action length
wise of the shoe increases in proportion to the
75 extent of their inward movements relatively to
cent thereto, the studs 64 moving idly along the
slots. It is contemplated that preferably all the
wipers will thus be operated in unison at the
beginning of the lasting operation, with the side
wipers so retracted that their inner wiping edges 30
are in substantial alinement with the wiping edges
of the end wipers, as shown in Fig. 2. In this
movement the wipers are advanced and closed
over the heel seat a portion only of the distance
required for the complete wiping operation, their 35
movement being limited by engagement of a pin
68 (Fig. 1) on the hand lever 22 with a shoulder
‘I0 on a bar ‘I2 pivotally mounted at one end on
a stud 'I4 on the cap plate 56. The bar ’I2 is
connected by a link 16 to a hand grip ’I8 which 40
is pivotally mounted on the lever 22 and is con
trolled by a spring 8U. This spring holds the bar
‘I2 against the pin 68, which normally lies in a
slot in one side of the bar, and by engagement
of the pin with a shoulder on the bar at the 45
opposite end of this slot from the shoulder ‘I0
retractive movement of the wipers is limited as
illustrated in Fig. 1. It will be evident that after
the initial advancing and closing movement of the
wipers has been stopped by engagement of the pin 50
68 with the shoulder 10, the operator, by means
of the hand grip 18, can swing the bar 'I2 away
from the pin 68 so as to permit further advancing
and closing movement of the wipers by the lever
22. Prior to this further movement of all the
Wipers the operator moves the side wipers 44 in
ward relatively to the end wipers, to vary the
range of their wiping action lengthwise of the shoe
in accordance with the size of the shoe, by use o'f 60
the hand lever 46. The further movement of all
the wipers thereafter by the lever 22 is limited
by engagement of the head of a bolt 82 with the
wiper head I2, this bolt being mounted in a block
84 through which the lever 22 is connected to
the outer end of the plunger 20. As the bolt 82
engages the wiper head I2 the pin 68 enters a
notch 86 in the side of the bar 'I2 to lock the
wipers against retractive movement while tacks
are driven to fasten the upper in lasted position
as hereinafter described.
The inward movements of the side wipers 44
effected by use of the hand lever 46 are adjust
ably limited in accordance with the size of the
shoe. For this purpose there is associated with 75
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eachpf the Vside >wipers a _slide 8.8 connected to ¿blocks |_0_8. It willfbeleyidentthat ,the `sidewip
the stud 64 and extending inwardly overthe top ers 44 also are adjusted in this-manner with the
of the _wiper carrier |_0. V'Ihis slide Vis guided by end wipers 6.
`a pin 981fast onthewiper ,carrier and extending
-In_ Operating Von previously welted shoes itv is
rupwardly through a.slot.92 in the slide, the pin desirable to tighten .the upper over the last in lo 5
having a diametrically enlarged portion 94 which cations where the welt bis attached adjacent to
assists in. supporting jtheslide underneath. ' In the forward end of the heel seat before theupper
engagement with the lower :face of the ¿slide 88 is fastened in lasted position at the sides _of the
is a plate .96 (Fig. 6) provided with a rib-98 ex
heel seat. Each of the wiper carriers |0 is ac
tending upwardly into the slotk92, and this plate cordingly provided with a plate |20 having a com
- is clamped adjustably to the slideby a screw |00 „paratively thin tongue |22 arranged to enter the
~‘the- head of which overlaps a plate. 1| 02 on vthe .top
„of the slide. Theplate |02 is held 4from turning
welt crease forwardly of the adjacent side wiper
44. By means of a rod |24 this-plate is pivotally
.relatively to the plate .96 by a pin `|04 extending ‘ mounted on a small plate |26 located under the
upwardly from the 4plate 96 into >a hole in the wiper carrier I0 and lying in a rectangular re v15
plate |02. As shown in Fig. 2„thereis marked
cess inthe plate |20. This permits .limitedup
on the slide 88 a scale graduated Yin shoe sizes,
ward or downward swinging movement of the
andthe plate |02 .has a pointer to'indicate by ¿plate |20 so that its tongue |22.mayv adjust itself
reference to this scale the proper adjustment of to the welt crease. The plate |26 is provided with
20 >the plate 96 -for each size of shoe. By engage
an upwardly extending `rib |128 which lies in a slot», -20
|30 in the wiper carrier I0, andl .parallel to thisy
ment with the pin 98 the plate96 then limits
the inward movement of the side wiper 44 rela
slot is another slot |32 inthe wiper carrier in
tively to the adjacent end wiper 6 as determined which lies a roll |34 mounted on a stud |36
threaded at its lower end in the plate |26. The
V»for the particular size of shoe. It will be under
25. stood -that this adjustment-is such that in the stud |36 extends upwardly through a small plate.
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|38 which lies on the top of the wiper carrier
final movement of all the Wipers by the lever 22
under
one
end
of
the
previously
mentioned
slide
each side wiper will be advanced lengthwise of the
shoe into the proper close relation to the end , 88, and also extends through a slot |40 in .this
slide, the stud being provided with an enlarged
of the lip a of the insole.
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head overlapping a washer »|42 on the top of the: 530
It will be evident from the foregoing descrip
tion that the amount of operative movement slide 88. The plates |26 and |38 are further
which the end wipers 6 receive is always the same held in a definite relation to each other by a
regardless of the sizeof the shoe. As far as the pin |44l extending from the rib |28 into a hole in
advancing movement of the wiperslengthwise of the plate |38. The slots |30 and .|32 are so ar
35 the shoe is concerned, satisfactory results are ranged as to guide the plates |26 and |38, to
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thus obtained in operating on shoes> of different gether with the welt crease plate |2|lsupporteolon the plate |26, for movements laterally of the
sizes, since the heel band 4 determines a substan
tially invariable position for the heel-end faces shoe relatively to the Wiper carrier. |0 with com
ponents of movement also lengthwise of the shoe.
of the different shoes. With respect to the clos
40 ì ing of the wipers, however, the wiping edges of Accordingly, when the slide 88 is advanced to
the wipers 6 at the opposite sides of the heel move the side wiper 44 forwardly and inwardly
seat should, of course, approach more closely to
each other in operating on a small shoe than in
operating on a larger shoe. The machine herein
45 shown is accordingly provided with means for
effecting an initial adjustment of the wiper car
riers I0 about the axis of closing movement of
the wipers in accordance with the size of the shoe
by moving the rolls 24 toward or away frorneach
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other. By reference to Fig. 9, it will be seen that
as determined for the size of the shoe, the crease
plate .l 20 is correspondingly positioned length
wiserand laterally of the shoe by movement diag
onally forward and outward with respect to the
shoe, so that in the ñnal movement of the wipers
to complete the overwiping operation inwardly di
rected upper-tightening force willbe properly ap
plied to the shoe in the welt crease.
In order that the upper may be fastened in.` .50
the studs 26 on which these rolls are mounted
lasted position without retracting the wipers, the
extend through slots in the cover plate | 4 and
end wipers 6 are provided with holes |46 to re
ceive the nozzle of the usual hand tacker and the
side wipers 44 are provided for the same pur
pose with slots _ |48. The slots in each sidelf:
in the overlying base plate |06 of the bracket 30
and are integral with blocks |68 supported-on the
top of the plate |06. Mounted to turn in the
bracket 36 is a spindle ||0 held against length
„wise movement by collars ||2 fast thereon _at the
opposite sides of the bracket, this spindle having
60 right and left threads engaging corresponding
threads formed respectively in the two blocks |08.
On one end of the spindle is a hand wheel | |4 for
turning it. The two blocks |88 are further guided
by a rod ||6 fastened in the bracket and lying in
65 slots in the upper ends of the blocks. `It will thus
be seen that by turning the spindle H8 in one
direction the rolls 24 are moved farther apart to
adjust the wiper carriers I0 and their wipers 6
for a shoe of smaller size and that by turning the
spindle in the other direction the rollsare moved
toward each other to adjust the carriers and
' Wipers for a shoe of larger size.
The proper ad
vwiper are arranged in outwardly divergent rela
tion to one another so as to space the tacks sub
stantially equal distances apart in operating on
a shoe of any size, and the slot which is nearest
the end of the lip of the insole is also so arranged "
that the corresponding tack will always be lo
cated close to the `end of the lip. Further to in
sure that theside wipers will >press the margin
of the upper materials i'lrmly down on the in .65
sole, eachend wiper, 6 has a projection |50 over
lying the adjacent side wiper, this projection
having a slot therein over one of the slots |48
in the sideI wiper to receive the nozzle of the
vhand tacker. -Before driving the tacks the op
erator may-butt the ends of the welt byvuse of
justment for a shoe of any size is indicated by a
a hand knife |52 (Fig. 7), the welt being _sup
ported against the thrust of the knife by the
,scale ||8 (Fig. v1) marked on the plate |06 inco
_operatìon .with a~ pointerv marked I,Qn one-¿of- _the
tongues` |~v221of1theplates |20. It'will be'evident
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assistthe operator in determining where to make
the cuts in the welt.
In the use of the machine the operator ñrst
adjusts the wiper carriers l0 in accordance with
the size of the shoe by turning the spindle ||0
and also adjusts the stop plates 96 to the proper
positions for that size of shoe. He then mounts
a shoe on the shoe support 2, jacks the shoe back
against the heel band 4 and upwardly, and causes
the heel band to close about the heel end of the
shoe, in the well-known manner of use of bed
lasting machines of the illustrated type. As the
shoe is forced upwardly it engages the two hold
down members 32 and 34 which determine the
proper relation of the heel seat~ to the plane of
the heel wipers. The operator next swings the
lever 22 to the position determined by engage
ment of the pin 68 with the shoulder 10, thus
advancing and closing all the wipers to the posi
20 tions illustrated in Fig. 3. In this operation the
tongues |22 of the crease pilates |20 are moved
to positions under the ends of the welt but not
far enough to apply any tightening force to the
upper. By use of the hand lever 46 the side wipers
25 44 are then moved inward relatively to the end
wipers 6 to positions determined by engagement
of the stop’plates 95 with the pins 90 on they wiper
carriers. The side wipers are thus caused to ap
proach the ends of the lip of the insole as de
30 termined by the size of the shoe, so that in the
ñnal wiping operation they will be advanced sub
stantially to the ends of the lip, and simulta
neously the crease plates |20 are moved in diag
onally forward and outward directions to
35 position them also in accordance with the size
of the shoe. The positions of the parts at the
end of this operation are as illustrated in Fig. 4.
The operator thereafter disengages the pin 68
from the shoulder 'l0 by use of the hand grip 'I8
40 and further swings the lever 22 to the limit de
termined by engagement of the bolt 82 with the
wiper head I2, thus advancing and closing all
the wipers to complete the overwiping operation,
as illustrated in Fig. 5, the: pin 68 entering the
45 notch 86 in the bar 12 to lock the wipers againstA
retractive movement. In this operation the
tongues |22 of the crease plates |20 are forced
fully into the welt crease to tighten the upper
over the last forwardly of the heel seat. By use
50 of the hand knife |52 the operator then butts
the ends of the welt, after which he drives upper
fastening tacks through the holes HU:` in the end
wipers and the slots |48 in the side wipers. All
the parts are then returned to their starting
55 positions ready for use on the next shoe.
In Fig. 8 are illustrated different positions of
the wipers in operating respectively on a shoe of
size 5 and on a shoe of size 12, the positions of
the tacks driven through the slots |48 in the side
60 wipers 44 being indicated at t.
It will be understood that a machine con
structed as described may be used, if desired,
to last the heel ends of welt shoes prior to the
welt-attaching operation, in which case the
crease plates |20 will press inwardly against the
as new and desire to secure by Letters Patent of
the United States is:
1. In a lasting machine, wipers formed to em
brace the heel end of a shoe and movable length
wise and laterally of the shoe to wipe the mar
gin of the upper inwardly throughout a portion
.only of the length of the heel seat, side wipers
for wiping the margin of the upper inwardly at
the sides of the heel seat beyond said end wip
ers, the side wipers being movable relatively to `
the end wipers to vary the range of their wip
ing action lengthwise of the shoe, and means for
thus moving the side wipers relatively to the _end
wipers in the course of the wiping operation on
each shoe a distance dependent upon the size of
the shoe but predetermined independently of con
tact with the shoe.
2. In a lasting machine, wipers formed to em
brace the heel end of a shoe and movable length
wise and laterally of the shoe to wipe the margin 20
of the upper inwardly throughout a portion only
of the length of the heel seat, side wipers for
wiping the margin of the upper inwardly at the
sides of the heel seat beyond said end wipers, the
side wipers being movable laterally of the shoe
relatively to the end wipers with components of
movement toward the toe end of the shoe to ex
tend the range of their wiping action lengthwise
of the shoe, and means for thus moving the side
wipers relatively to the end wipers a distance de 30
pendent upon the size of the shoe each time a
shoe is lasted in the machine.
3. In a lasting machine, wipers formed to em
brace the heel end of a shoe and movable length
wise and laterally of the shoe to wipe the mar-"
gin of the upper inwardly throughout a portion
only of the length of the heel seat, side wipers
for wiping the margin of the upper inwardly at
the sides of the heel seat beyond said end wip
ers, the side wipers being movable relatively to 40
the end wipers to» Vary the range of their wiping
action lengthwise of the shoe, means for thus
moving the side wipers relatively to the end wip
ers each time a shoe is lasted in the machine, and
stop mechanism for adjustably limiting such
movement of the side wipers in accordance with
the size of the shoe.
4. In a lasting machine, wipers formed to em
brace the heel end of a shoe and mounted for
advancing movement lengthwise of the shoe and 50
swinging movement laterally of the shoe to wipe
the margin of the upper inwardly throughout a
portion only of the length of the heel seat, side
wipers mounted to advance and swing with said
end wipers and arranged to wipe inwardly por 55
tions of the margin of the upper at the sides of
the heel seat beyond the end wipers, the side
wipers being movable relatively to the end wip
ers to vary the range of their wiping action
lengthwise of the shoe, and means for thus mov 60
ing the side wipers relatively to the end wipers
a distance dependent upon the size of the shoe
each time a shoe is lasted in the machine.
5. In a lasting machine, wipers formed to em
brace the heel end of a shoe and mounted for 65
advancing movement lengthwise of the shoe and
swinging movement laterally of the shoe to wipe
the margin of the upper inwardly throughout a
on the upper forwardly of the heel seat. Fur
thermore, it will be evident that with respect to , portion only of the length of the heel seat, side
upturned margin of the upper opposite the end
portions of the insole lip with a tightening effect
the combination of end and side wipers con
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wipers’mounted to advance and swing with said ,
trolled as described for use on shoes of different
end wipers in wiping engagement with portions
sizes the invention is not limited in utility to
the lasting of welt shoes nor necessarily limited
to the lasting of the heel ends of shoes.
of the margin of the upper at the sides of the
heel seat beyond the end wipers, the side wipers
being also movable laterally of the shoe rela
tively to the end wipers with components of.
Having described the invention, what I claim
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movement toward'thetoe end of‘ thev shoe toex
tend the range of their wiping action lengthwise
of the shoe, and means for thus moving‘the side
wipers relatively to the end wipersL a distance
wipers adistance- dependent upon the size of the
shoe eachïtime a shoe is lasted in themachine.
‘ dependent uponthe size ofthe shoe each time'a '
vancing movementA lengthwise of- the shoe and
swinging movement laterally of the shoe to wipeVv
the'margin of the upper inwardly throughout a
portion only of the length of the heel seat, side
wipers'mounted to advance and swing with said
end wipers in' wiping engagement with portions
shoe is lasted in the machine.
6. In a lasting machine, wipers formed to em
brace the heel end'of a shoe and mounted for
advancing movement lengthwise of: the shoe and
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20
25
30
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swinging movement laterally of the shoe to wipe
the margin of the upper inwardly throughout a
portion only of the length of the heel seat, ad
ditional wedge-shaped wipers mounted to ad
vance and swing with said end wipers and ar
ranged to wipe inwardly portions of the margin>
of the upper at the sides of the heel seat beyond
the end wipers, said additional wipers being mov
able relatively to the end wipers' to- vary the
range of their wiping action lengthwise of the
shoe, and means for thusV moving the additional
Wipers relatively to the end wipers a distance
dependent upon the size of the‘shoe each time a
shoe is lasted in the machine.
7. In a lasting machine, wipers formed to~ em
brace the heel end of a shoe and movable length
wise and laterally of the shoe to wipe the mar
gin of the upper inwardly throughout a portion
only of the length of the heel seat, wiper car
riers supporting said end wipers and thus mov
able with them, side wipers supported on said
wiper carriers independently of the end wipers
to move with the end wipers lengthwise and lat
erally of the shoe in wiping engagement with
portions of the margin of the upper at the sides
of the heel heat beyond the end wipers, the side
wipers `being movable also relatively to the end
10. In a lasting‘machine, wipers formed to em
brace the heel end of. aV shoe and mounted for ad
of the margin of the upper at the sides of the heel
seat beyond the end wipers, means for limiting
such movement of all the wipers, the side wipers
being alsok movablerelatively to the end wipers to
vary the range of their wiping actionlengthwise of
theshoe, and means for thus moving the side wip
ers relatively to Vthe end'wipers a distance depend
ent upon the sizerof the shoe after the move
mentE of all the Wipers to» positions determined by
said“ limiting means, all the wipers being there
afterI further movable in unison to- complete the
Wipingëoperation.
11. In a lasting machine, wipers formed to em.
bra‘cesthe heel end of a shoe and mounted for
advancing movementv lengthwise of the shoe and
swinging movement laterally of the shoe to wipeV
the margin of the upper inwardly throughout a
portion only of the length'of the heel seat, side
wipers mounted to advance and swing with saidî
endwipers in wipingl engagement with portions'
ther movement to complete'the wiping operation,
means for limiting each suchV movement of the
wipers, the side wipers being also movable rela
lengthwise of the shoe, and means for thusv mov
ing the side wipers relatively to the endY WipersV
40 a distance dependent upon ‘the size of the-shoe
tively`to the `end wipers to vary the rangev of their
wiping action lengthwise of the shoe, means for
thus movingl the side wipers between the two
8. In a lasting machine,- wipers formed to-em
brace the heel end of a shoe and movable length
wise and laterally ofthe shoe to wipe the mar
45 gin of the upper inwardly throughoutv a por
tion only of the length of the heelseat, wipercarriers supporting said end wipers and thus
movable with them, side wipers supported on saidV
wiper carriers to move with the endV wipers -in
50 wiping engagement with portions of the margin
of the upper at the sides of the heel seat beyondv
the end wipers, the side wipers being also recti
linearly movable laterally‘of theshoe relatively
to the end wipersV with components of movement
55 toward the toe end of the shoe toï >extend theV
range> of their wiping action lengthwise of the
shoe, and means for thus moving the side wip
ers relatively to the end wipers> a distanceV de
pendent upon the size of the shoe each Atime a
60 shoe is lasted in the machine.
9. In a lasting machine, wipers formed to em
brace the heel end of a sh'oe and >mounted for
301;
of the margin of the upper at the sides of the
heel seat beyond the'end wipers, means for thus
imparting to all the wipers in unison a movement>
to begin the wiping operation and later a fur
wipers to vary the range o-f their wiping' action
each time a shoe is lasted in the-machine.’
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movements of allthe Wipers, and means for ad
justably‘limitingisuch movement of the'side wip
ers in accordance with the size of the shoe.
12.` In a'lasting'machine, wipers formed to em
brace the'heel end of a shoe and movable length
wise and laterally of the shoe to wipe-the margin
of the upper inwardly throughout a portionr onlyV
of the length of thefheel seat, and side wipers
for wiping the Vmargin'of the upper inwardly at
the sides of the'heel seat beyond said end wipers, 502
the side wipers being'movable laterally of the
shoe relatively to the end wipers with components
of movement also lengthwise of the shoe to vary
the range of their wiping action lengthwise of the
shoe in accordance with> the size of the shoe and 551
each having thereinslots arranged to extend lat
erally of the shoe in divergent relation to one
another to permit' fastenings to be driven through
them into the upper substantially equal distances
apart regardless of the size of the shoe.
13. In a lasting machine, wipers formed to em
brace‘an` end` of a shoe and movable lengthwise
and`> laterally of the shoe to wipe the margin of
the upper inwardly, sidewipers for wiping the'
margin of the upper inwardly at the-sides of the
shoe beyond said end wipers, the side wipers be
ing movable lengthwise and laterally of the shoe
with the end`wipers and also movable relatively
of the margin of the'upper at the sides of the to the end wipers to'vary the rangeof their wip
heel seat beyond the end Wipers, means for thus ingacti'on lengthwise of the shoe, and means for» 704
operating all the wipers in unison, the side wip-- thus moving the side wipers relatively to the end
ers being also movable relatively to the'end wip
wipers to adjustably predetermined positions each
advancing movement lengthwise of the shoe andV
swinging movement laterally of the shoe to Wipe
65 the margin of the upper inwardly throughout ‘a
portion onlyV of the length of the heel seat, side
wipers mounted to advance vand swingy with said
end wipers in wiping engagement with portions
ers to vary the range of their wiping action
lengthwise of the shoe, and additional means for
time a shoe is lasted in the machine.
14. In a lasting machine, wipers formed to em
thus moving the side wipers relatively to the'end » brace'an: endy of- a shoe and movableA lengthwise 75°
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and laterally of the shoe to wipe the margin of
the upper inwardly, side wipers for wiping the
margin of the upper inwardly at the sides of the
shoe beyond said end wipers, the side wipers be
ing movable with the end wipers and also mov
able laterally of the shoe relatively to the end
wipers with components of movement lengthwise
of the shoe to vary the range of their wiping ac
tion lengthwise of the shoe, means for thus mov
10 ing the side wipers relatively to the end~ wipers
each time a shoe is lasted in the machine, and
stop mechanism for adjustably limiting such
movement of the side wipers.
15. In a lasting machine, wipers formed to- em
15 brace an end of a shoe and mounted for advanc
ing movement lengthwise of the shoe and swing
ing movement laterally of the shoe to wipe the
margin of the upper inwardly, side wipers for wip
ing the margin of the upper inwardly at the sides
20 of the shoe beyond said end wipers, the side wip
ers being mounted to advance and swing with the
end wipers and being also inwardly movable lat
erally of the shoe relatively to the end wipers
with components of movement lengthwise of the
25 shoe in directions away from the end wipers, and
means for thus moving the side wipers relatively
to the end wipers in operating on each shoe.
16. In a lasting machine, wipers formed to em
brace an end of a shoe and movable lengthwise
30 and laterally of the shoe to wipe the margin of
the upper inwardly, wiper carriers supporting
said end wipers and thus movable with them, side
wipers for wiping the margin of the upper in
wardly at the sides of the shoe beyond said end
35 wipers, the side wipers being supported on said
wiper carriers independently of the end wipers to
move with the end wipers and being also inwardly
movable laterally of the shoe relatively to the end
wipers with components of movement lengthwise
40 of the shoe in directions away from the end wip
ers, and means for thus moving the side wipers
relatively to the end wipers in operating on each
shoe.
l‘7. In a lasting machine, wipers formed to
45 embrace an end of a shoe and mounted for ad
vancing movement lengthwise of the shoe and
swinging movement laterally of the shoe to wipe
the margin of the upper inwardly,` side wipers
for wiping the margin of the upper inwardly at
50 the sides of the shoe beyond said end wipers,
the side wipers being mounted to advance and
swing with the end wipers and being also inwardly
movable laterally of the shoe relatively to the end
wipers with components of movement lengthwise
55 of the shoe in directions away from the end
wipers, a lever for advancing and swinging all the
wipers, and another lever for moving the side
wipers relatively to the end wipers.
18. In a lasting machine, wipers formed to em
60 brace the heel end of a previously side-lasted welt
shoe and movable lengthwise and laterally of the
shoe to wipe the margin of the upper inwardly
throughout a portion only of the length of the
heel seat, side wipers for wiping the margin of
65 the upper inwardly at the sides of the heel seat
beyond said end wipers, the side wipers being
movable relatively to the end wipers to vary the
range of their wiping action lengthwise of the
shoe in accordance with the size of the shoe,
members for engaging the previously lasted upper
opposite the insole lip to tighten the upper over
the last forwardly of the heel seat, and means for
adjusting said members in accordance with the
size of the shoe as determined by the movements
75 ofthe side wipers relatively to the end. Wipers
19. In aY lasting machine, wipers formed to
embrace the heel end of a previously side-lasted
welt shoe and movable lengthwise and laterally
of the shoe to wipe the margin of the upper in
wardly throughout a portion only of the length
of the heel seat, side wipers for wiping the mar
gin of the upper inwardly at the sides of the
heel seat beyond said end wipers, the side wipers
being movable relatively to the end wipers to
vary the range of their wiping action lengthwise
of the shoe, means for thus moving the side wipers
relatively to the end wipers a distance dependent
upon the size of the shoe each» time a shoe is
lasted in the machine, members for engaging the
previously lasted upper opposite the insole lip 15
to tighten the upper over the last forwardly of
the heel seat, and connections between said mem
bers and the side wipers for adjusting said mem
bers in accordance with the size of the shoe as
determined by the movements of the side wipers 20
relatively to the end wipers.
20. In a lasting machine, wipers formed to
embrace the heel end of a previously welted
shoe and movable lengthwise and laterally of the
shoe to wipe the margin of the upper inwardly 25
throughout a portion only of the length of the
heel seat, side wipers for wiping the margin of
the upper inwardly at the sides of the heel seat
beyond said end wipers, the side wipers being
movable laterally of the shoe relatively to the end 30
wipers with components of movement also length
wise of the shoe to vary the range of their wip
ing action lengthwise of the shoe in accordance
with the size of the shoe, members for engaging
the shoe in the welt crease to tighten the upper 35
over the last forwardly of the heel seat, and
means for adjusting said members lengthwise and
laterally of the shoe in accordance with the size
of the shoe as determined by the movements of
the side wipers relatively to the end wipers.
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21. In a lasting machine, wipers formed to
embrace the heel end of a previously welted shoe
and movable lengthwise and laterally of the shoe
to wipe the margin of the upper inwardly
throughout a portion only of the length of the 45
heel seat, side wipers for wiping the margin of
the upper inwardly at the sides of the heel seat
beyond said end wipers, the side wipers being
movable with the end wipers and alsoy movable
relatively to the end wipers to vary the range
of their wiping action lengthwise of the shoe in
accordance with the size of the shoe, members
also movable with said end wipers for engaging
the shoe in the welt crease to tighten the upper
over the last forwardly of the heel seat, and 55
means for adjusting said members in accordance
with the size of the shoe as determined by the
movements of the side wipers relatively to the
end wipers.
22. In a lasting machine, wipers formed to em 60
brace the heelv end of a previously welted shoe
and movable lengthwise and laterally of the shoe
to wipe the margin of the upper inwardly
throughout a portion only of the length of the
heel seat, side wipers for wiping the margin of 65
the upper inwardly at the sides of the heel seat
beyond said end wipers, the side wipers being
movable with the end wipers and also movable
laterally of the shoe relatively to the end wipers
with components of movement lengthwise of the
shoe to vary the range of their wiping action
lengthwise of the shoe, means for thus moving
the side wipersrelatively to the end wipers a
distance dependent upon the size of the shoe in
operating on eachl shoe, members movable with
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the end wipers for engaging the shoe in the welt
crease to tighten the upper over the lastfor
wardly of the heel seat, and means for adjust
ing said members lengthwise and laterally of the
shoe in accordance with the size of the shoe as
determined by the movements of the side wipers
relatively to the end wipers.
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23. In a lasting machine, wipers formed to em
brace the heel end of a previously welted shoe
and movable lengthwise and laterally of the shoe
to wipe the margin of the upper inwardly
throughout a portion only of the length of the
heel seat, side wipers for wiping the margin of
the upper inwardly at the sides of the heel seat
15 beyond said end wipers, the side wipers being
movable with the end wipers and also movable
inward laterally of the shoe relatively to the end
wipers with components of movement lengthwise
of the shoe to extend the range of their wiping
20 action lengthwise of the shoe in accordance with
the size of the shoe, members movable with the
end wipers for engaging the shoe in the welt
crease to tighten the upper over the last forward
ly of the heel seat, and connections between said
25 members and the side wipers for adjusting said
members in outward directions laterally of the
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shoe in accordance with the size of the shoe with
components of movement also lengthwise of
the shoe as determined by the movements of the
side wipers relatively to the end wipers.
24. In a lasting machine, wipers movable to
wipe the margin of the heel end of the upper of
a previously welted shoe into lasted position, and
members movable with said wipers for engaging
the shoe in the welt crease to tighten the upper
over the last forwardly of the heel seat, said mem
bers being mounted for movements heightwise
of the shoe relatively to the wipers to permit
them to adjust themselves to the welt crease.
25. In a lasting machine, wipers movable to
wipe the margin of the heel end of the upper 15
of a previously welted shoe into lasted position,
and members movable with said wipers for engage
ing the shoe in the welt crease to tighten the
upper over the last forwardly of the heel seat,
said members being each mounted to swing
heightwise of the shoe relatively to the wipers
labout an axis extending laterally of the shoe to
permit them to- adjust themselves to the welt
crease.
ERIC A. HOLMGREN.
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