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2,403,805
’ Patented July 9, 1946
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"2,403,805
,METALWon'KING
Michael Joseph Kulla, *ii‘levelan'd, Ghio
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:Application January 18, ‘1944,rSerial.-No.¢518,<7<32
4 Claims” (or-‘5512212)
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'My .zinvention .relates 'to ,lmetalwork'ingv and
.morerparticularlyltd-lapping plates, or assemblies.
n'l'ltanid with oneiof ‘thefends'receivingtherein a
screw-I5 carried-by the other-‘end whereby “to
-.One of ‘the .prlincipallobjectslof my invention '
clamp theband'll about‘theplatet. Obviously,
,lbyl'llooseningythe ‘screw ’ll5,"the band ll n'iay'be
structed and v-arran‘gedewhe'reby high precision 5 rem'oved ‘fromitheiplate‘iil and, if ‘desired, disposed
is to provide aélapping plate assembly so’ con
lapping may be obtained and which assembly is '
equipped with means for conserving the lapping
in 'a similar ‘rélaitionaboutthe mates to form
a channel or sump about the plate 6.
The working face of the lapping plate 5 is
formed with a multiplicity of minutely spaced
Another object of my invention is to provide 10 intersecting diagonally disposed grooves IQ for
effecting lapping of a work-piece operated there
a lapping plate assembly that is simple in con
over and in which the lapping compound is
struction, durable in use, efficient in operation,
forced during the lapping operation. The grooves
economical in manufacture and which lends it
l6 are arranged in a more minutely spaced rela
self to high precision work in a minimum period
15 tion than in ordinary lapping plates whereby to
of time.
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effect high precision lapping in a minimum peri
With the above and other objects in view, as
od of time. The face 1 of theplate 6 is adapted
will hereinafter appear, the invention consists in
to
be provided with the usual bluing compound
the combination, and arrangement of parts here
to permit testing of the work-piece and thus in
inafter set forth and illustrated in the accom
panying drawings, from which the several fea 20 dicate ,on the work-piece high and low areas.
The grooves of the lapping plate communicate
tures of the invention and the advantages at
with the sump whereby the latter receives lap’
tained thereby will be readily understood by those
ping compound forced out of the grooves. The
skilled in the art.
close spacingrand relatively deep depth of the
Referring to the drawings wherein like refer
ence characters designate like parts throughout 25 grooves function to release or preclude vacuum
or suction created during lapping by the opera
the several views:
. tion of the work-piece, thereby, producing greater
Figure 1 is a plan view of my invention.
ef?ciency and high precision in work.
Figure 2 is a side elevation thereof.
From the foregoing, it will be apparent that
Figures 3 and 4 are fragmentary plan views of
30 the slush band‘ I l coacts with the plate to which
opposite working faces, respectively.
it is attached to provide- a sump about the plate
Figure 5 is a detail, sectional view taken on the
compound thereby eliminating waste of the com
pound during lapping.
line 5—5 of Figure 3.
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As illustrated in the drawings, my invention
for receiving compound discharged outwardly
from the plate, due to the operation of the work
' piece, thus, conserving compound for future use.
Without further elaboration the foregoing will
and 6 respectively, each having a working or 35
so fully explain the invention that others may,
outer face ‘I and with said plates being integrally
comprises a pair of lapping and surface plates ii
connected together in spatiality by a plurality of
spaced standards 8. A centrally and oppositely
disposed pair of the standards 8 are provided
with outwardly extending handles 9 to facilitate 40
transposition of the plates whereby to present
a desired working face in an exposed position to
receive work-pieces or parts to be operated in
contactual relation thereover as hereinafter more
fully made apparent, it being understood that’
the work faces are provided with the usual work
ing compounds.
The lateral faces ID of the plates, marginat
ing the working faces 1, are tapered inwardly
towards said working faces. As illustrated in the
drawings, the lateral faces of the lapping plate
by applying current knowledge, readily adapt the
same for use under various conditions of service.
Moreover, it is not indispensable that all the fea-'
tures of the invention be used com'ointly since
they may be employed advantageously in various
combinations (and sub-combinations.
It is obvious that the invention is not con?ned
to the herein described use therefore as it may
be utilized for any purpose to which it is adapt
able. It is therefore to be understood that the
invention is not limited to the speci?c construc
tion as illustrated and described as the same is
only illustrative of the principles of operation,
which are capable of extended application in var
ious forms, and that the invention comprehends
all construction within the scope of the appended
5 have mounted thereabout a slush band I l coact
ing with the tapered portions l2 to form a chan
claims.
nel or sump l3 extending about the Work faces.
What I claim is:
The slush band H is formed with abutting ends 55
1. In a construction of the class described, a
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‘pair of oppositely disposed lapping and surfacing
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3. In a construction of the class described, a
pair of oppositely disposed lapping and surfacing
plates connected together and each having a work
face for receiving a work compound and for
treating a Work-piece operated thereover, each of
said plates having side faces provided with ta
pered portions adjacent the work face, means ex
tending around the side faces of at least one of
said plates and coacting with the tapered portions
each having a work face for receiving a work com
pound and for treating a work-piece operated over
said work face, each of said plates having sides
formed with beveled portions adjacent its work
face, a member disposed about one of the plates
thereof to de?ne a. sump about said last men
and having end portions, means connecting said
plates connected together in spaced relation and
tioned plate for receiving compound discharged 10 end portions together vandin a manner to effect
therefrom by the operation of a work-piece
clamping of the member in sealed condition about
thereover.
2. In a construction of the class described, a
said last mentioned plate to provide a sump about
the work face of said last mentioned plate adja
plate having a work face and sides and with the
cent its work face.
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latter being beveled adjacent the work face, a 15
4. A lapping plate assembly having oppositely
detachable member extending about the sides and
disposed lapping and surface plates each pro
coacting with the latter, where beveled, to de?ne
vided with a work face adapted to receive a com
a sump about the work face for receiving work
pound, said assembly being reversible to expose
compound discharged from any side area of said
either of said faces for receiving a work-piece,
Work face by the operation of a work-piece there 20 and means extending around the exposed face
over. said member having a face disposed in a
to preclude discharge of the compound from the
plane in parallel and spaced relation with the
plate thereof, said means being detachable and
plane of the work face to preclude engagement of
transposable for extending about the other face
the member with the face of a work-piece operat
when said assembly is reversed.
ing in contractual relation with the work face.
MICHAEL JOSEPH KULLA.
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