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July 30, 1946.
A, A_ REMBQLD
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2,404,985
CARD PUNCH
Filed Oct. 21, 1944
2 Sheets-Sheet l
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INVENTOR.
ALBERT I‘)- Pan/150141
QTTOPNEYS .
July 30, 1946.
A. A. REMBGLD
2,404,935
CARD PUNCH
Filed OC'C. 21, 1944
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4,711,,’ Mfr/$411?
Patented July 30, 1946
2,404,985
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE
2,404,985
CARD PUNCH
albertapembgia, SanvFrancisco, caur.
Application foctober? 21, 1944, jseriaijno. ‘559,694
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.‘This invention relates :to a'punch m 'slotting
~ Figz? iis a .fragmenta
out-perforations insortlng'lcards generally of the
type shown-in'iny United StatesfLetters'Patent
perspective .view _of a
slightly di?erentiorm of .ther'invention than .is
shown intheipreceding views.
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No. 12,339,519, issued - January 18; ‘ 1944,11 although
Fig. .6" is'za ifragmentary, part . sectional, part
certain features of the'inve'nti'on are applicable
elevational rview lot; the apunch member and die
to- card punches-generallym‘
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In sorting cards oriclassi?caition 'cardslof'the
general type with which this-invention is iprincl-
.1, member of Fig." ~1I in "' card :holding position
preparatory to cutting out a slot to one edge of
a card, the-latter-being shown in section.
Fig.‘ Tis a sideelevational View of another. form
pally concerned-the cardsiareformed'rwith coded
perforations arranged [in ‘spaced,v parallel rows 10 of the invention than ‘that of Figs.'1.-or 5, and
adjacent to and 1 parallel with-‘one -'or imore edges‘
of each card. Certain ofithe-perforations'in one
; which’ may be considered :to be ‘the preferred
form.
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Fig. 8 is an end view of the punch illustrated
cardK-adjacent'thei‘eto according to ‘the pattern
in Fig. '7 as seen from the end opposite the
of notches desired in the card edge. The pat 15 handles:
Fig; 9.is an enlarged perspective view of the
terns :di?er with different classi?cations, and
each new card relating ‘to particular date or to
one piece replaceable cutting device that includes
the male and female punch and die members.
a name or other classi?able information, must
have predetermined perforations slotted out be‘
Airagment of a'card to be slotted out is indi
fore.‘ the card is placed in a ‘stackior ?le ‘so as 20 cated indot~dashline 'in position between said
row or’another' are slotted-out to the edge of the
todenable' sorting out of said card by the use of»
conventional sorting‘implements, '-
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The formation ‘of. notches orfslots as shown in
the aforesaid patent‘requlresconsiderably more
- members."
Fig. 10 is a plan view of the cutting device
of Fig. 9 reduced‘ to the scale of Figs. '7, 8.
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' In‘ detail, thexparticular device ‘herein illus_
accuracythan in ‘forming notches in cards com-v 25 tratedlin'Figs.‘ 1,2 comprises a plier type punch
monly 'used prior ‘to the structure disclosed in . having "handles, I, 2 pivotally connected by a
pivoti3.il Handle '2 is rigid withra punch member
said patent, inasmuch as the slots or notches are
of uniform width and are much wider than the
diameter of the ‘perforations ‘to be slotted out,
4,-‘while handle ‘I vcarries adie member 5. The
punch-and die memberare at opposite sides of
and the ‘points where‘ the end-‘of each slot joins 30 pivot'3' from vhandles I, 2 so that upon movement
the edges of‘ the perforations ‘must be uniformly
of ‘the: vhandles toward each other the punch
the same and-quite accurate to prevent'iailure
member‘will move toward a d into the die mem
in the sorting'operation after the cards are slot
ber for cutting card imaterial previously inter
ted out.
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posed between the=punchand die members. A
One of the objects of this invention islth'e'proi
spring vii~between ‘handles 1,‘ 2 yieldably urges
vision of a punch for accurately slotting out
perforations in sorting cards for ‘forming notches
generally as shown in my United States Letters
‘ the handles apart, and thereby yieldably holds
the punch member and die member separated
for receiving a card ‘I therebetween.
The card ‘I (Fig. 4) may be formed with one
Patent No. 2,339,519, of January 18,‘ 1944.
'Another object of the invention is the provision 4.0 or more rows of equally spaced uniform sized
of improved means for positioning and holding I‘ perforations 8 along an'edge 9 thereof and paral
a sorting card during the slotting out of one of
lel with said edge.- Prior to my invention as
the-perforations ‘along an edge thereof to said
disclosed in the patent hereinbefore mentioned,
edge.
,
it had been customary to slot out the desired
Another object of the invention is the provision 45 openings in any row along lines extending di
' vergently from opposite sides of such opening to
of a unitary, one piece, card cutting device-thatv
the-edge of the card adjacent thereto, as in
includes ‘the male and female elements,‘ ‘and
United States Letters Patent to Pierce No.
which device is cheap to make and is moreac
curate and durable than heretofore.
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1,110,643, of September 15, 1914, or No. 1,260,705
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Other objects and advantages will appea ‘in 50 of March 26, 1918. In some-instances openings
the description and drawings. .
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in the card were slotted out along parallel lines
In the drawings,
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Fig, 1 is a. side-elevational view of a device
showing one form of my invention.
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extending directly to the adjacent edge of the
card as shown in United;States Letters Patent
to Robinson, No. 1,223,113,0f April 17, 1917.
Fig. 2 is a plan view of the device ofFig. 1.
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-In the above noted examples variations occur
Fig. 3 is an enlarged, fragmentary, sectional .' ring in the slotting out of- openings, While un
view along line 3—3 of Fig. 1 showing the outline‘
desirable, are ordinarily not as wholly undesir
able as they would be in slotting out perforations
of the die member.
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Fig. 4 is a fragmentary, enlarged plan view of
in the manner shOWn in Fig. 4, particularly where
a portion of a sorting card slotted out by the
the second or third row ofvopenings from edge
device of Fig. l.
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‘j 9 are slotted out. Fig. 4 only shows two rows,
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the card that may be necessary before the cut
but in my heretofore mentioned United States
patent, No. 2,339.519, there are three rows.
The devices of Figs. 1 to 3 and 5 are adapted to
accurately slot out any desired openings in card ‘I
ting operation begins.
In Figs. 1 to 3 the stop members 29 are rigid
with the die member, while in Fig. 5 a modi?ed
form of stop member 2! is provided. This stop
member 2| has legs frictionally held in grooves
22 formed in the die member for sliding longi
tudinally of opening l2. An indicator 23 rigid
on said stop member is adapted to be aligned
along parallel lines extending midway between
adjacent pairs of openings in the rows. The side .
edges of such slots are designated l0 (Fig. 4).
Also the said devices produce aligned end edges
ll extending from opposite sides of openings 8
parallel with edge 9 to the ends of the side edges 10 with a graduation 24 on the die member when
said stop member is positioned for engaging edge
IQ of each slot. To uniformly slot out openings in
9 of the card during slotting out an opening in the
the ?rst row nearest edge 9 or in the other row
row nearest edge 9. If the stop member is moved
or rows more remote from said edge 9 so that end
so that indicator 23 is aligned with graduation
edges H will join the opening so slotted out at
25 the edge 9 ofv the card will engage the stop
opposite sides thereof as seen in Fig. 4, particu
member when a perforation in the second row is
larly where a hand punch is employed, is readily
being slotted out. If indicator 23 is moved to
accomplished by the devices illustrated.
graduation 26, the device is adjusted for slotting
The die member 5 is formed with an‘ oblong or
elongated opening I2 providing elongated, spaced, m out openings in a third row. A lip 2'! on each
parallel cutting edges l3 along opposite sides 20 leg of the stop member is provided tofacilitate
manual sliding of the stop member to any de
thereof. These edges will form side edges 19' of
sired adjusted position.
the notches in card 1 upon movement of the
The same members are used on the modi?ed
punch member 4 into opening l2, the said punch
member being a male element of oblong or rec
form of Fig. 5 to indicate parts that are identical
form end edges l l in card "I.
only with great dif?culty. Other advantages will
appear in the following detailed description.
The punch of Figs. 7, 8 comprises handles 3|,
tangular contour adapted to fit into the die mem 25 with those of the preceding ?gures.
Referring now to the form of the invention
ber upon movement of handles I, 2 toward each
as
disclosed in Figs. 7 to 10 inclusive, the re
other.
sult of a punching operation by the die and punch
The end wall of opening l2 adjacent the nose
or outer end of die member 5 is formedwith a '-; members is identical with the result obtained
recess l4 that opens into opening [2. This recess 30 from the forms of the invention already de
scribed. However, with this form of the inven
is adapted to receive a cylindrical projection [5
tion it is found that an operator can readily slot
at the outer end of punch member 4, and aligned
out four or ?ve cards at a time, which is fre
end cutting edges I6 (Fig. 3) extend from oppo
site sides of recess M to the ends of cutting edges ‘ ‘ quently required, whereas with the punch of
the previously described devices this can be done
13 that are adjacent thereto, and are adapted to
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The edges of the punch member 4 that coact
with edges 13 of the die member for shear-cut
- . 32 pivotally connected by a pivot 33. Handle 3|
ting of the slots or notches in card ‘I extend di
vergently from the nose of the punch member rel 40 carries both the male and female or punch and
.die members at the side of pivot 33 opposite the
ative to edges I3 in direction toward the handles
handles.
so that the cutting of end edges II will be ini
The cutting device that includes the punch
tially accomplished when a card is interposed
_ and die members is formed from a single, elon
between the die member and punch member and
when the handles I, 2 are moved toward each ‘ gated, generally rectangular blank of metal. This
blank is longitudinally slotted out along lines ex
other. Continued movement of the handles to
tending slightly convergently from one end of the
ward each other Will result in progressive cutting
blank, as indicated at 3.4 (Fig. 10) and at the
of edges 10 to the edge of the card.
convergent ends of said slots the metal is cut
In order to insure the proper positioning of the
card, the projection I5 is adapted to move into 50 through along parallel lines 35 that are generally
in longitudinal continuation of the slots, and the
any one of the perforations 8, and said projec
blank is also cut through along line 36 that con
tion is preferably tapered as at I‘! (Fig. 6) from
nects the outer ends of lines 35 at right angles to
its outer end so as to facilitate its entering the.
the latter. 'Thus an elongated tongue 31 is
perforation. By the time the end cutting edges
15 of the die member and the end edges of the 55 formed in said blank connected at one end to an
end of the latter and formed with a rectangular
punch‘ member commence cutting the card to
end portion 38 at the opposite free end thereof.
form end edges l l of the card, the projection has
This rectangular end portion is the punch mem
automatically functioned to accurately position
: 1. ber of the cutting device while the portion of the
the card for forming end edges 1 I.
Usually in slotting out openings in the row 60 blank carrying the opening 39 (Fig. 9) from which
the punch member 38 is cut is the female or die
nearest the edge 9 of the card the operator can
member 50.
visually judge whether or not the punch and die
The blank and tongue may be relatively and
members are positioned so that the side edges of
uniformly thin from said punch member to the
the slot are at right angles to said edge 9. How
ever, this is not so easy when slotting out perfora 65 end of the blank where the tongue connects
therewith, while the punch member and the die
tions in the second row, but by providing stop
member may be considerably thicker as best seen
members 20 at the opposite sides of opening l3
in Fig. 9.
so spaced from recess N that the edge 9 will
The tongue 31 extends slantingly from its
engage said stop members 20 when projection I5
is in the perforation to be slotted out in said 70 point of attachment to the blank to one side
of the blank so that the punch member is spaced
second row, the said card will be held against
from opening 39, and the side of the Punch mem~
shifting on the axis of said perforation before and
her that faces said opening is formed with a
during cutting. Thus a three-point engagement
' projection 40 that faces said opening is formed
with the card is provided, one of which (projec
tion [5) functions to cause any slight shifting of 75 with a projection 40 that is adapted to enter
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any one of the openings 8 in the card '1 (indi
tive to each other so long as the upper jaw is
cated in dot-dash line in Fig. 9). Also the P1111011
member 38 is preferably progressively thicker
from the end adjacent the projection 40 toward
between stop member 42.
the end that joins the tongue 31 so that the
satisfactory work, it has been customary to re
shearing action of side cutting edges of said
punch member relative to thecorresponding cut
Heretofore when the punch or die member be
came so dull or worn as to no longer perform
place the entire punch at considerable expense,
whereas with the invention of Figs. 7 to 10 it is
ting edges of the die member will be from the
only necessary to remove screw 44 in order to
edge of card linwardly into the body of the card
release both the punch and die member and to
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instead of the manner described for the punch
replace the worn members with a new one. As
of Figs. 1, 2.
already pointed out, the condition of the punch
At the end of the blank with which the tongue
handles, jaws and pivot is relatively immaterial
31 is connected is an outwardly projecting por“
to the operation of the punch and die member
tion 4| ‘that is adapted to extend between a pair
since these members are integrally united and
of stop members 42 on the jaw 4.3 of handle 31 15 the upper jaw merely serves as a lever for press
that projects from the side of pivot 33 opposite
ing against the punch member to force it into
said handle. These stop members correspond
the die member, while the lower jaw merely
with the members 20 of Fig. 1 and when the said
holds the punch and the member. The action of
portion 4| is between said stop members the side
the upper jaw on the punch member during
of the blank opposite that from which tongue
punching operation is a sliding action. The up~
31 projects will lie flat against said jaw and may
per jaw and punch member are not positively
be secured thereto by screw 44 (Fig. 7).
connected together and insofar as the punching
The upper jaw 45 or the portion of handle 32
operation is concerned the upper jaw can err
that projects from the side of pivot 33 opposite
gage the punch member at practically any point
said hand-1e is adapted to swing between stop -. on its upper side.
members 42 for engaging the punch member 38.
It has already been mentioned that the punch
The blank including tongue 31 and punch
of Figs. 7 to 10 readily cuts more cards or paper
member 38 is hardened and tempered so that said
than is possible with the punch of Figs. 1, 2. In—
tongue and the thinned portion of the blank will
asmuch as it is customary for operators to over
form a pair of integrally connected leaf springs, 0 load conventional punches, which many times
one carrying the die member and the other car
results in springing the punch and die member
rying thé'punch member. The tongue 37 that
relative to each other, thereby practically ruin
carries the punch member will also function to
ing the punch, such overloading is immaterial
yieldably hold the handles 3!, 32 spaced apart,
with the punch of Figs. 7 to 16, since the tongue
but upon gripping the handles'and forcing them
31 is relatively short and misalignment or detri
toward each other the. punch member will be
mental distortion of the punch and die member
forced into the opening 38 in said die member
cannot occur with manual handling.
and the spring tension during said movement is
The invention of Figs. 7 to 10 is not limited to
distributed through the tongue and the thinned
the slotting out of classi?cation cards inasmuch
portion 60 of the blank, thereby permitting the 4.0 as the improved structure is applicable to almost
use of-a shorter tongue than would normally be
any type of punch. The form of the die and
necessary to preclude breakage of the tongue at
punch member may obviously be changed to pro
its juncture with the portion 60.
duce the desired contour of perforation or slot.
Carried on handle 32 may be a projection 46
I claim:
that extends toward handle 3| and which pro 45
1. A device for slotting out perforations along
jection engages stop 41 on said handle St for
an edge of a sortingcard to said edge comprising
limiting the movement of the jaws 43, 45 toward
a die member having spaced cutting edges for
each other, thereby preventing any excessive
forming the side edges of the respective slots to
strain on the tongue 31. This ?exing of the
be formed and a complementarily formed punch
tongue upon forcing the punch member 38 into
member supported for movement into and out oi‘
the die member need be only that required to
said die member to e?’ect the cutting of such slots
permit the cutting edges ‘of the punch member
when a card is interposed between said members,
to move past the corresponding cutting edges of
a projection on said punch member extending to
the die member.
ward said die member arranged and adapted to
The jaw 43 of the punch may be formed with
pass into the perforation to be slotted out upon
a conventional trap or cavity for holding the
movement of said punch member toward said die
card or paper punchings resulting from opera»
member and before cutting of said slot whereby
tion of the punch, which trap is closed by the
said projection will hold the perforation to be so
usual closure plate 5| that is spring urged to
slotted out in a predetermined position relative
closed position by a torsion spring 52 on the GO to said punch member and die member, stop
pivot 53 about which the plate is adapted to
means carried by said die member and spaced
swing.
from said projection for engaging the edge of
By reason of the foregoing, structure, the
such sorting card at spaced points adjacent the
spring 6 as seen in Fig. 1 or its equivalent is no
perforation to be slotted out upon said projec»
longer required in the form of invention illus
“ tion entering such perforation, and means sup
trated in
'7 to 10, inasmuch as the tongue
porting said stop means for movement to various
31 that carries the punch member 38 functions
distances from said projection.
to hold the punch member spaced from the die
2. A device for slotting out any one of enclosed
member preparatory to a punching operation and
perforations along an edge of a sorting card to
at the same time yieldably holds the handles
said edge comprising a die member having spaced
apart.
Furthermore, the punch-member and die mem~
ber cannot possibly become misaligned irrespec
tive of the degree of wear on pivot 33 or no mat
ter how faultily the jaws 43, 45 may move rela
straight parallel cutting edges for forming the
side edges of the respective slots to be formed and
a complementarily formed punch member sup
ported for movement into and out of said die
member to effect the cutting of such slots when a
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card is interposed between said members, a pro;
jection on one of said members integral therewith
and extending toward the other member and
spaced equally from one of the ends of said cut
ting edges, said die member being formed with
end cutting edges extending toward each'other
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said 'punch member being generally oblong and
formed to fit into said opening to effect said cut
ting along the said cutting edges upon movement
of said
jection
jecting
formed
punch member into said opening, a pro
at one end of said punch member pro‘
toward one end of said opening and
to pass into the perforation to be slotted
from the said ends'of the ?rst mentioned cutting
out in advance of cutting by said cutting edges
edges and at right angles to the latter, said pro
as said punch member is caused to move toward
jection being arranged and adapted to be inserted
through the perforation to be slotted out before 10 and into said die member, and means carried by
one of said handles providing a stop adapted to
movement of said punch member toward said die
be'engaged by’ the edge of the card adjacent the
member and before cutting of said slot" whereby‘
perforation to be slotted out when such perfora~
said projection will hold the perforation to be so
tion is positioned to receive ‘said projection,
slotted-out in a predetermined position relative
means supporting said stop for movement toward
to said punch member and die member.
and away from said projection for adapting the
3. A* device for-slotting out perforations along
punch to slotting out perforations different dis
an edge of a sorting card to said edge comprising
a die member and a punch member having com
tances from an edge of a sorting card.
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6. A plier type punch for slotting out respec
plementarily formed shearing edges, means‘ sup
porting said punch member for movement into 20 tive perforations positioned along an edge of 1a
sorting card to‘ said edge comprising a pair of
said die member to effect cutting of each slot
pivotally connected handles carrying a punch;
when a card is positioned between‘ said members,
member and a die member respectively, said die
card positioning means rigid with one of said
member having a generally oblong opening there
members for movement therewith formed and ac
cessible for insertion into the perforation to be 25 in providing a pair of substantially parallel cut
ting edges adapted to form the side edges of each
slotted out in, advance of such movement and of
slot to be formed, said edges being spaced apart
the cutting of such slot, the cutting edges of said
a greater distance than the perforation to be
die member ‘being parallel and extending away
slotted out, said punch member being generally
from said means and in a direction divergently
oblong and formed to ?t into said opening ‘to
relative to the complementarily formed shearing.
effect said cutting along the said cutting edges
edges of said die member for progressively cut
upon movement of said punch member into said
ting a slot from each such perforation in direc
opening, a projection integral with one of said
tion from the perforation to the edge of the card
members projecting toward the other and dis
that is adjacent thereto, and means adjacent
the respective ends of said parallel cutting‘edges , posed at one end of said opening and formed to
pass, into the perforation to be slotted out axially
that are remote from said card positioning means
of such opening in advance of cutting by said
for holding the card to be slotted in a predeter~
cutting edges, and means carried by one of said
mined position against rotation of such card
handles providing a stop adapted to be engaged
about the central axis of the perforation to be,
by the edge of the card adjacent the perforation
slotted out during said slotting operation.
to be slotted out when such perforation is posi
4. A plier type punch for slotting out respec
tioned to receive said projection, said projection
tive perforationspositioned along an edge of a
being equally spaced from said cutting edges, the
sorting card to said edge comprising a pair of
member adjacent the one carrying said projection
pivotally connected handles carrying .a punch
member and a die member respectively, said die
member having a generally oblong opening there'
in providing a pair of substantially parallel cut
ting edges adapted to form the side edges of each
slot to be formed, said edges being spaced apart
a greater distance than the: perforation to be
- being formed with a recess for receiving said pro
jection upon movement of said members for slot
ting out such perforation, and the edges of said‘
oblong opening at one end thereof extending at
right angles to the said cutting edges providing
- cutting edges for forming portions of one end of
the slot to be cut from the perforation that is,v
positioned to receive said projection.
oblong, and formed to ?t into said opening to
‘ '7. A plier type punch comprising a pair of
effect said cutting along the said cutting edges
handles respectively provided with jaws and a
upon movement of said punch member into said
' pivot connecting said handles and jaws at their
opening, a projection at one end of said punch
junctures for movement of the jaws toward and
member projecting toward one end of said open
away from each other upon similar movements
ing and formed to pass into the perforation to
of said handles, a die member and a punch mem
be, slotted out in advance of cutting by said cut
ber supported on one of said jaws only, a spring
ting edges as said punch member is caused to
move toward and into said die member, and 60 connecting said die member with said punch
member and yieldably supporting them in spaced
means carried by one of said handles providing
relation for movement of said punch member into
a stop adapted to be engaged by the edge of the
said die member, means comprising the other
card adjacent the perforation to be slotted out
jaw of said pair being engageable with said punch
when such perforation is positioned to receive
member for causing said movement of said punch
said projection.
.
member upon movement of said handles for caus
5. A plier type punch for slotting out respective
ing said pair of jaws to move toward each other.
perforations positioned along an edge of a sort
8. A plier'type punch comprising a pair of han
ing card to said edge comprising a pair of pivot
dles respectively provided with jaws and a pivot
ally connected handles carrying a punch member
connecting said handles and jaws at their junc
and a die member respectively, said die member
tures for movement of the jaws toward and away
having a generally oblong opening therein provid-'
from each other upon similar movements of said
ing a pair of substantially parallel cutting edges
handles, a die member and a punch member sup
adapted to form the side edges of each slot to be
ported on one of said jaws only, a spring con
formed, said edges being spaced apart a greater
necting
said die member'with said punch member
distance than the perforation to be slotted out,
slotted out, said punch member being generally
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and yieldably supporting them in spaced relation
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formed in said other member for receiving said
projection upon said movement of said punch
for movement of said punch member into said
die member, means comprising the other jaw of
member into said die member, said punch mem
said pair being engageable with said punch mem
ber,
die member and spring being formed in one
ber for causing said movement of said punch
piece from a single metal blank.
member upon movement of said handles for caus
13. A device for slotting out any one of the en~
ing said pair of jaws to move toward each other,
closed perforations disposed along an edge of a
said spring being wholly supported on the same
sorting card to said edge comprising a pair of
jaw that supports said die member and said
punch member, and means for removably secur 10 compleinentarily formed members one being a die
member having spaced cutting edges for forming
ing said spring, die member and punch member
the side edges of the respective slots to be formed
on said last mentioned jaw for removal there
the other being a punch member supported
from as a unit.
for movement into and out of said die member
9. A plier type punch comprising a pair of han
to effect the cutting of such slots when the per
dles respectively provided with jaws and a pivot
forated marginal portion of a card is interposed
connecting said handles and jaws at their junc
between said members, a projection integral with
tures for movement of the jaws toward and away.
one
of the members of said pair and extending
from each other upon similar movements of said
toward the other member of said pair, said pro~
handles, a die member and a punch member sup
jection being spaced from said other member of
ported on one of said jaws only, a spring con
20 said pair and being arranged and adapted to be
necting said die member with said punch mem
inserted into the perforation to be slotted out be
ber and yieldably supporting them in spaced rela
fore movement for thereby holding the card in a
tion for movement of said punch member into
predetermined position between said members
said die member, means comprising the other jaw
during
the slotting out of such perforation,
of said pair being engageable with said punch
14;. A device for slotting out any one of the en
member for causing said movement of said punch
closed perforations disposed along an edge of a
member upon movement of said handles for caus
sorting card to said edge comprising a pair of
ing said pair of jaws to move toward each other,
complementarily formed members one being a die
said spring being arranged and adapted for yield
ably holding said jaws spaced apart for position
member having spaced cutting edges for forming
ing of material to be punched between said die 30 the side edges of the respective slots to be formed
and the other being a punch member supported
member and said punch member.
for movement into and out of said die member to
10. A plier type punch comprising a pair of
effect the cutting of such slots when the perfo
handles respectively provided with jaws and a
rated marginal portion of a card is interposed
pivot connecting said handles and jaws at their
between said members, a projection integral with
junctures for movement of the jaws toward and
one of the members of said pair and extending
away from each other upon similar movements
toward the other member of said pair, said pro
of said handles, a die member and a punch mem
jection being spaced from said other member of
ber supported on one of said jaws only, a spring
connecting said die member with said punch 40 said pair and being arranged and adapted to be
inserted into the perforation to be slotted out be
member and yieldably supporting them in spaced
fore movement for thereby holding the card in a
relation for movement of said punch member into
predetermined position between said members
said die member, means comprising the other jaw
during the slotting out of such perforations, the
of said pair being engageable with said punch
member of said pair opposite said projection be
member for causing said movement of said punch .
ing formed with a recess for receiving said pro
member upon movement of said handles for caus
jection during the relative movement of the die
ing said pair of jaws to move toward each other,
and punch members for cutting such slot,
the engagement between said other jaw and said
15. A device for slotting out any one of the en
punch member being a slidable one.
11. A plier type punch comprising a pair of 50 closed perforations disposed along an edge of a
sorting card to said edge comprising a pair of
handles respectively provided with jaws and a
complementarily formed members one being a die
pivot connecting said handles and jaws at their
member having spaced cutting edges for forming
junctures for movement of the jaws toward and
the side edges of the respective slots to be formed
away from each other upon similar movements
and
the other being a punch member supported
of said handles, a die member and a punch mem
for movement into and out of said die member to
ber supported on one of said jaws only, a spring
eifect the cutting of such slots when the perfo
connecting said die member with said punch
rated marginal portion of a card is interposed
member and yieldably supporting them in spaced
between said members, a projection integral with
relation for movement of said punch member into
said die member, means comprising the other 60 one of the members of said pair and extending
toward the other member of said pair, said pro
jaw of said pair being engageable with said punch
jection
being spaced from said other member of
member for causing said movement of said punch
said pair and being arranged and adapted to be
member upon movement of said handles for caus
inserted into the perforation to be slotted out be
ing said pair of jaws to move toward each other,
said spring being generally of the leaf type and 65 fore movement for thereby holding the card in
a predetermined position between said members
of one piece with the said die member and punch
during the slotting out of such perforations, stop
member.
means carried by one of said members positioned
12. A punch comprising a punch member and
for engaging the edge of such sorting card at
a die member complementary thereto, a spring
supporting said punch member spaced from said 70 spaced points adjacent the perforation to be slot
ted out to facilitate holding such card against
die member for movement into the latter against
rotation about the axis of such perforation dur
the tension of said spring upon force being ap
ing the cutting of such slot by the relative move
plied to said punch member in direction toward
ments of said members.
said die member, a projection on one of said
members projecting toward the other and a recess 75
ALBERT A. REMBOL'D.
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