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Aug. 20, 1946.
A. ‘L. KRONQUEST
CAN
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2,406,151
D MARKING MEANS
Original Filed
Dec. '1, 1940
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2,406,151
Patented Aug. 20, 1946
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE.’
can END MARKINGMEANS' '
Alfred L. Kronquest, Syracuse, N. Y., assignor to
Continental‘ Can Company, Inc., New York,
N. Y., a corporation of New York
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Original application December 7, 1940, Serial No. 369,110. Divided an11 this application Novem
ber24, 1943, Serial No. 511,611 (01. 101-6) ,
- 8 Claims.
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Figure 2v is a vertical cross-sectional View of
the marking means taken substantially 0n1the
The invention relatestoj marking means and
primarily seeks to provide a novel and ef?ciently
operable heavy duty marking means capable of
embossing suitable identifying markings on can
line 2-—2 on Figure 1.
carrying shafts.
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I Figure 5 is an enlarged fragmentary "vertical
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Marking means employing opposed male and
female ‘marking dies engageable withcan end
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ing the opposed.- marking ' elements and; their
sembled with cans to be closed in a closing ma
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Figure-4 is an enlargedend elevation illustrat
from a supply stack into position for being as
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substantially on the line 3-3 on Figure 2. ,_
ends or closures as they are being rapidly moved
chine.
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Figure 3 is ahorizontal sectional view taken
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closures for applying identifying markings there_
. on have been provided heretofore, but the use of
such means has been attended by disadvantages
and problems have been presented by reason of
cross-sectional. view . through the adjustable
mounting of the upper marking element.
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The improved container end closure marking
mechanism is herein illustrated as vertically
adjustably mounted on a container closingv ma
chine which may be of any suitable form includ
certain limitations upon the speed of use thereof, 15 ing a frame structure generally designated 5 on
inability to successfully cope with operation
‘which is mounted a six station closing'turret, 6
strains incident to heavy duty marking or mark
to which ?lled containers ‘I and end closures 8
ings‘in which more than the customary line or
therefor are fed by a pocketed feed turret 9.
two of embossed letters are included, and lack
The ‘feed turret 9 includes seats ID for receiving
of proper adjustability of the opposed relation 20 and positioning the end closures 8 in proper rela
of the marking dies.‘ The present‘ invention
tion above the containers‘! which are fed one
seeks to provide a novel marking means which
by one intothe pockets of the turret 9‘by any
will overcomethese disadvatages and limitations, ‘
suitable containerv feed-in'means generally desig
and the present application constitutes-a division
nated II. The end closures are suitably marked
of my former cod-pending application for U. S. 25 while they vare being moved from'a supply stack
. Letters Patent, ?led December '7, 1940, Serial No.
toward the receiving seats ID of the turret 9,
369,110, which eventuated into Patent 2,362,206
and it is the purpose of the present invention
on November 7, 1944.
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to provide a novel. marking mechanism particu
An object of the invention is to provide a novel
rlarly'adapted to heavy duty marking of the end
marking means of the character stated in which
the male and female die elements oppose by a
movementof rotation, and in which novel means
closures with all over markings as distinguished
from the usual one or two line marking cus
is provided for adjusting the spaced relation of
The frame 5 includes a mounting pad 12 and
tomarily applied».
the die elements so as to regulate the pressure
a marking meansmounting bracket extension l3.
of said elements against the metal of the end (a,- L1 The frame also includes a casing and bearing ex
closures being marked.
tension M equipped with a vertical shaft bear
ing IS, a vertical shaft bearing It, a vertical
Another object of the invention is to provide
a novel marking means of the character stated
shaft'bearing l1, and a horizontal shaft bear
in which the adjustment of the spacing of the
ing l8.
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die elements is effected by movement of an ec 40
A sleeve I9 is rotatably mounted in the bear
centric sleeve about the axis of one of the rotary
ing !5 and carries a gear 20 which meshes with
elements, and in which means is provided for
justifying slight misalignments of'the male and
female dieelements occasioned by adjustments of
said sleeve.‘
and is’ driven by a gear 2| to which rotation is
imparted from a moving part of the closing ma
chine. A spline shaft 22 passes vertically through
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thesleeve l9 thereby being connected for rota-
With the above and other objects in view which
will hereinafter appear, the nature of the in
vention will be more fully understood by follow
tion with the sleeve and the gear 20 and also
mounted for vertical adjustment relative to said
ing the description, the appended claims and
the several views illustrated in the accompany
ing drawings.
In the drawings:
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Figure 1 is a front elevation of the marking‘
means and a part of the closing machine on
which said means is adjustably mounted.
sleeve
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and
gear.
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The gear 253» imparts rotation to one of a pair
of co-axially mounted idler gears 23 and the
other of said idler gears meshes with and im
parts rotation to a gear24 ?xed to a sleeve 25
which is rotatably mounted in the vertical bear
ig [6. ,A. spline shaft 2E5v is rotatable with and
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vertically slidable through the sleeve '25 and
The rotary closure feeding devices described
7' gear 24, and the purpose of this shaft 26 and the
' hereinabove and including the feeding ?nger -
spline shaft’ 22 and the vertically adjustable
nature thereof will later be described.
A sleeve 21 is rotatably mounteduin the ver'-‘
(It.
‘ tical bearing , l1 and has a screw column 728
extensions 52 which sweep relatively rapidly past
the closure supply station and relatively slowly
while passing the place at which the marked .
‘closures are deposited on the traveling receiving
threadably mounted therein in the manner best:
f ,» illustrated in Figure 2 of the drawings.
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and supporting means are covered in the'parent
A bevel: I _ application hereinbefore referred to and no claims
gear 29 is ?xed to’ the lower end of the sleeve '21-L i0 are directed to these devices in this aplication.
and meshes with a bevel gear 30 ?xed on aishafti i’Ihe. adjustable marking devices which form the '
rotatable in the horizontal bearing l8 "and which‘ ' ‘subject matter of this divisional case will now
is equipped at its outer end with’ a rhandlwheell
' be described. ’
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3|. It wil1 be obvious by reference to Figure '2‘
of the drawings that by rotating the hand Wheel
3|, vertical movement can the impartedto the;
screw
column
23
upwardly
or
The bracket plate 32 carries a bracket exten
sion 54 which is equipped with a mounting pad
portion
55 against- which a. bracket hanger 56 v
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downwardly
is vertically-adjustably secured through the me
dium of longitudinal slot and screw equipments
through the captive sleeve 21 according to the."
" direction of rotation imparted to said ‘hand
wheel.
- 51.7 The extension 54 also includes an overhang
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ing lug '58‘and an adjusting screw 59 threaded
A A bracket plate 32 is vertically-adjustably se- 20 through
the lug in position for ‘engaging the
cured t'o-the mounting pad 12 by- slot and screw ‘
bracket
hanger‘
56 for'i' parting‘ movementsof
equipments 33, and this bracket'plate includes ‘
adjustments thereto relative toth'e’ bracket plate
a ?ange portion 34 to which i‘siaf?xed a support
32 and its extension 54, 55. V
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‘ ing table or plate 35 which overlies the feed-ink
A marker body 60 is secured as at 6| to depend
. turret 9 of the closing machine and is equipped 25 from the hanger bracket 56. and has mounting
5 with end closure guideways 36 over which end 3 pad portions 62 which are verticallyeadjustably
= closures are'conveyed from a supply, through the a
l marking station and onto the receiving'seats] I0 =' r
- i of. the turret 9.
The marked end closures-are ‘
secured-tothje bracketextension I3 through the '
medium of longitudinal slot andscrew equip:
; deliveredfonto therreceiving seats as at 31." See 30
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ments63.
The 'supporting'body'
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anismcarries a depending extension '64 having '
a horizontal ‘bearing 65 formed‘ltherein [for a .
The table or supporting plate 35 carries an i
1 end'closure supply stack or feeding means gen
rotary shaft 66 which carries-Na spur gear 61
erally' designated 38.' This end closure feeding
\ means may be _of any approved form capable of
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‘ discharging‘end closures one by one onto there- -
ceiving guide'ways' 36>benéath’the supply or stack. 3
v‘ See Figures 1 and 3 of the drawings.
The table or plate'35 also supports a‘ depend- ‘
1 ing housing 33 which isequipped with a bearing
at one end and a bevel gear 768 at its other end. _
The bevel gear 68 meshes with and is driven
by a bevel gear 69 secured upon the upper end
of the vertically-adjustable spline shaft 26.
The spur gear 61 meshes with a spur gear 10
secured upon the lower marker shaft 1| rotatably
‘40 vertically aligned with; the bearing l5 and
mounted in the bearing 12 provided therefor in
l which has a sleev_e_4|1 secured therein in \the
mesheswith and-drives aspur'gear 13‘v which
the marker bodyQB?, and the gear 10 in turn
3 manner-best illustrated inQFigure 2yof the',draw
loosely surrounds a sleeve 14 keyed upon the
‘in-gs. " The sleeve 4| is of a length for extending
I vertically‘ above the bearing 40Vand has its upper '
upper marke'r'shaftj15.
iend provided withv a grim gear: portion 42, the
ings 44 surmounting the sleeve 4|. Four shafts
‘45 are rotatably mounted in equidistantly spaced 7 ‘
frelation in the rotor 43 and each of these shafts
carries a gear 46 at its lower end enmeshed with
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stationary ‘sleeve 4| the rim gear portion.42 of
the sleevevwill'impart rotation to the gears 46
and: the shafts 45 on which they are mounted.
each roller engages in a radial recess 49 in the
under surface of an end closure feeding ?gnger
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best illustrated inFigures 2 and 501° the drawings. '
v The sleeve 14 carries a‘ lug extension ,11 having
lthebearing'4llfand sleeve 4| and has keyed there
equipped with‘an‘ off-center crank roller 48, and
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supported in the marker bodyt? in the manner‘
‘on' a rotor :43 supliQrted on antiefrietion bear
V ' At its upper end each shaft 45 carries a head’ 41'
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eccentric sleeve bearing16 which is rotatably
purpose ofwhich will later’become apparent.
The spline shaft 22 extends ‘upwardly through
the rim gear portion 42 of the'sleeve 4|. It will
be obviousgthat as the rotor 43 rotateslabout the
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lThe'upper marker shaft 151's rotatable in an
to
a longitudinal ‘recess 18' thereinlfor receiving the
projected end of a pin 19' carried by the spur
gear 13. The portion of the .pin 19 which‘ pro
jects into the longitudinal recess 18 is engaged
at opposite sides byrjustifying screws. 80. ,See
Figures 2 and 5. ‘It will also be noted by refer
ence to these ?gures that the sleeverl? is pro
vided with a worm gear surface 8| which is en-,
gaged by an‘adjusting screw ‘82 having a turning
head 83. _By rotating therscrew 82 in one di
rection or the other the eccentric bearing sleeve
16} can be rotated in one direction or the other
for altering thepposition ofjthe' axis of rotation
shaft 15. By this means
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53 pivotally mounted, as at 5|, inwardly of the‘ ‘ of the upper marker
axis ‘or the associated shaft 45 in the- manner 65 the spaced’v relation of the marker shafts 1| and
15 can be varied for the'purpose of adjusting
best'illustrated in Figures 2 and 3 of the draw
ings. I Each ofithe feeder members 50 is equipped
with a feedingi?nger extension 52 which projects
in a generally radial direction toga point cen
to a nicety the cooperative relation of the mark-l
‘ ing elements or dies carried by said shafts. ‘
i Each of the marker shafts 1| and 15 includes
avreduced end 84 extending beyond the marker
which end closures are supported while being 70 body 60 and having a seating face 85 against
. which a die block’ 86 is secured. The die blocks
moved along by said ?nger‘ extensions. The
86 carry theusual male and female die elements
markingstation'through which the end closures
1 81 andjare removably' clamped in position (on the
are moved by said ?nger extensions is‘ge'nerally
shaft extensions by having‘ their stems 88Vpassed,
designated 53 in Figure 3 of the drawings.
76 through transverse bores 89 in the shaft exten
trally disposed between the spaced guides 35 upon
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sions and secured therein by screw equipments
90. While the die blocks are shown as equipped
with the usual simple form of co-actingymale
and female elements in Figures 2 and 4 of the
drawings, it is to be understood that the present
marker is particularly adaptable to use in heavy
duty marking wherein the marking dies are
equipped to mark the end closures over the whole '
or a major portion of the surfaces thereof, in
cluding curved line embossing which demands 10
precise interengagement of the male and female '
embossing elements. The opposed male and fe
male die elements engage .in rolling contact dur
ing actual marking of the end closures and this
engagement is effected through a suitable open
ing .9] provided in the plate or table 35 in the
mannerv best illustrated in Figure 2 of the
drawings.
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15 would upset the perfect registering relation
of the male and female embossing die elements
were it not for the provision. of the justifying
screw equipments ‘80 illustrated in Figures 2 and
5 of the drawings. After each adjustment of
the eccentric sleeve ‘I6 the screw adjustments v8.0
are-utilized to adjust the gears ‘H! and 13 relative
to the shaft 15,. thereby to restore ‘Perfect regis
tering relation of the male and female die ele
ments.
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The marking equipment .as herein described
is» cap-able of being operated at great speed in
marking and has a capacity for making heavy
impressions with rotary diev elements which may
cover the whole can'end with embossing; instead
of the usual one or two lines of characters. .It
will also be obvious that the marking equipment
and the end closure feeding devices can be; :ad
justed
order toupwardly
adapt'the
or closing
downwardly
machine
as. aforwhole
closing
The intermeshing gears 61, 10 and 13 are pref
erably protected ‘by a removable cover 92 at 20 containers of different heights. It isxalso pos
tached. to the marker body .60 and its depending
sible to utilize the adjusting equipments 51, 159
extension 64 in the manner clearly illustrated
for adjusting the marker parts andthe end clo
in Figures 1 and 2 of the drawings.
sure feeding parts relatively to accurately ad
It will be observed that the upper end of‘the
just the cooperative relation of these parts.
screw column 28 is secured as at 93 to the marker
body 60, 64,.
Thus by loosening the clamping
or securing screws 33 and 63 and by rotating the
hand wheel 31, upward or downward movement
can be impartedv to the screw column 28, the
markerrbody 60, '64, the hanger bracket 56, the 30
bracket extension '54, the bracket plate 32, the
plate or table 35, and the end closure stack or
feed 38 and the depending housing 39 supported
by said plate. It will be obvious that spline
shafts 22 and 26' will move vertically with the
parts just mentioned without disrupting the.
power transmitting connections to the marking
parts or to the end closure feeding devices.
It is of course to be understood that the de
tails of structure and arrangement of parts may
be variously changed and modi?ed without de-.
parting from the spirit and scope of the inven
tion.
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1. In can endclosure marking means, a pair
of rotary shafts disposed in parallel spaced rela
tion andconnected by intermeshing gears of like
diameter mounted thereon, means providing a
bearing for each shaft, said last named means in
cluding a bearing bore and an eccentric sleeve
surrounding one said shaft as a bearing sleeve
and having rotary bearing contact in said bear
In operation, as the end closures are discharged
ing bore and, being adjustable about said one
one by one from the cover feeding means 38 40 shaft for altering the spaced relation of the
onto the receiving trackways 36 they are en
shafts, a worm gear portion on said sleeve inter
gaged' by the feeding ?nger extensions 52 and
moved along said guideways. ‘The compound
mediately of the ends thereof, a captive screw
engaging said worm gear portion for imparting
movement imparted to the ?nger extensions 52
movements of adjustment to said sleeve, and
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by simple rotation of the rotor 43 and. the rela
marking elements carried by the shafts and op- .
tive rotation of the heads 41 and the rollers 48
posed for engaging. in rolling contact with end
causethe ?ngers to have one rapid sweep move
ment and one retarded movement during each
rotation of the rotor 43. It will be observed by
closures passed between said elements. a
.2. In can end closure marking means, a pair‘
of rotary shafts‘ disposed in parallel spaced‘ re
reference to Figure 3 of the drawings that the 50 lation and connected by intermeshing gears of
marking station 53 is so related to the position
31 at which the marked end closures are depos
like diameter mounted thereon, means ‘providing
a bearing for each shaft, said last ‘named means
ited on the turret seats ['0 that each ?nger 52 _,
including an eccentric sleeve surrounding one
moves an end closure through the marking sta
said shaft as a bearing sleeve and having rotary
tion during a part of its rapid sweep movement, 55 bearing contact in said bearing means and be
and moves the marked end closure into position
ing adjustable about said one shaft for altering
at 31 for being received on the respective turret
the spaced relation of the shafts, means for im
seat If! during a part of ‘its retarded or slow
parting movement of adjustment to said sleeve,
sweep movement. While each end closure is be
male and female marking die elements. carried by
ing moved past the marking station 53 it is en 60 the shafts and opposed for engaging in rolling
gaged in rolling contact by the opposed male
contact with end closures passed between said
and female die elements 81 and suitably em
elements, the gear on the eccentric sleeve sur
bossed.
rounded shaft being mounted for movement of
When it is desired to adjust the spaced rela
adjustment about the axis of and ‘relative to said
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tion of the shafts and the marking dies carried
sleeve surrounded shaft, and justifyingmeans for
thereby, this can be accomplished with great
adjusting the adjustably mounted gear on the
facility by turning the eccentric sleeve 16.
eccentric sleeve surrounded shaft relative to said
Whenever the screw and eccentric sleeve equip
sleeve surrounded shaft following adjustments of
ments 82, ‘I6 are adjusted to vary the spaced re
the sleeve for restoring the 1 desired accurate
lation of the shafts 'H and ‘I5, and therefore the
alignmentof said male and female die elements.
cooperative relation of the marking dies, move- '
ment of the eccentric sleeve '16 about its axis
serves not only to lift or lower the axis of the
shaft 15, but also to move the axis of that shaft
'3. In can end closure marking means, a pair‘
of rotaryshafts disposed in parallel spaced re
lation, means providing a, bearing for each shaft,
laterally. This lateral movement of the shaft 75 said last named means including an eccentric
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sleeve and having rotary bearing contact in said
bearing means and being adjustable about said
one shaft for altering the spaced relation of the »
shafts, means for'imparting movement, ofad
justment to said sleeve, an adjuster sleeve ?xed‘
to v‘the eccentric sleeve surrounded shaft and
having’ a lug extension with a'longitudinal re- '
cess therein, a-gear loosely'mounted on said a‘d-j v‘
juster sleeve and having a pin projecting-there
from into said recess,ra gear of’ like size secured
to the other shaft'and meshing with the ?rst
the spaced relation of ‘the shafts,'means for'imL
parting movement of adjustment to said sleeve,
male and female marking die elements carried
by the shafts and opposed for engaging in roll
ing contact with end closures” passed between
said element, one said gear loosely surrounding
the shaft on which it is mounted, and means
causing said loosely mounted gear and the shaft
it surroundsto move in unison, said last named
means comprising a'sleeve ?xed’ to the vloose gear
surrounded shaft and-having a radially "project
ed lug equipped with an elongated slot, said
mentioned gear, vmale and female marking die
loose gear having a projection extending into
elements carried by thefshafts and opposed for
said slot, and adjuster screw means for adjust;
engaging fin rolling contact with end closures 15 ably
fixing the position of said gear projection in
passed 7 'between- them, and adjuster screws
said
slot
thereby to restore the desired accurate
carried'by said lug and engageable at opposite
alignment of said male and female marking ele-1
sides of said pin for adjusting the ‘relation of the
ments following adjustments of the eccentric
gear and the sleeve surroundedrshaft, thereby to
restore the desired accurate alignment of said
In can end closure marking means, a pair
male and female marking elements following ad 20,, of 7.rotary
shafts disposed in" parallel spaced re
justments of the eccentric sleeve.
lation
and
connected by intermeshing gears of
‘4. In can end closure marking means, a pair‘
like
diameter
mounted thereon, means‘ providing
of rotary shafts diswposed in parallel spaced re-,
bearing for each shaft, said last named, means
lation' and connected- by intermeshing gears of I
25 including an eccentric sleeve surrounding one
sleeve.
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like diameter mounted thereon, means providing
said shaft as a bearing sleeve and having rotary
‘bearing contact in said bearing means and being
including an eccentric sleeve surrounding _ one
adjustable about said one shaft for alteringthe
said shaft as a bearing sleeve and having rotary
spaced relation of the shafts, ‘means for.impart-.
bearing contact in said bearing means and be-‘ 30 ing movement of adjustment to said sleeve, male
ing adjustable about said one shaft for altering
and female marking die elements carried by the
the spaced relation of thefshafts, means for im
shafts and opposed for engaging in rolling con
' bearing for each shaft,v said last namedrmleans
parting movement'o'f adjustment to said sleeve,,
‘ male and female marking die elements carried‘
'3 _ by the shafts and opposed for engaging in roll
;_ ing contact with end‘clos'ures passed between‘
said elements, and means“ for imparting move
' ment about its axis to one shaft relative to the
other shaft to restore perfect registry of the
marking die elements after an adjustment of the
eccentric sleeve has‘ been effected. '
tact with'end closures passedbetween said .ele; }
ments, one said gear loosely surrounding the
shaft‘on which it and thejeccentric sleeve are
mounted, and means causing said loosely mount
ed gear and the shaft-it surrounds to move in
unison, said last named means comprising a'
sleeve ?xed tovthe loose gear surrounded shaft .
and having a radially projected lug equipped
with an elongated slot, said loose gear having a
:5. In can end closure marking means, a pair
projection extending-into said slot, and adjuster
I of rotary shafts disposed in parallel spaced re
screw meansv for adjustablyj?xing the position
of said gear projection in said slot, thereby to
7‘ like diameter mounted thereon, means providing 45 restore the desired accurate alignment of said
.. bearing for each shaft, said last named means ‘
male and female marking elements following ad
lation and connected by intermeshing gears of '
1 including an eccentric sleeve surrounding one
said shaft as a bearing, sleeve and ‘having rotary
justments of the eccentric sleeve.
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, 8. In can end closure marking means, a pair
bearing contact in said bearing means and be
of rotary’. shafts disposed in parallel spaced re
= ing adjustable about said one shaft for altering
lation and connected by ‘intermeshing gears of I
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w ‘r the spaced relation of the shafts, means for im-_
like diameter mounted thereon, means provid
I parting movement of adjustment to said sleeve,
ing a bearing for each shaft, said last named
3'male and female marking die elements carried by
means including an eccentric sleeve surrounds
1' the shafts and opposed for engaging in rolling ‘ ing one said shaft as a bearing sleeve and hav
contacttwithend closures passed’ between said
ing rotary bearing contact in said bearing
j elements, one said gear loosely surrounding the 55 means and being adjustable about said one shaft
; shaft on which it is mounted, and means causing
for altering the spaced relation of the shafts,
said loosely mounted gear and the shaft it sur
means for imparting movement of adjustment to
rounds to move in unison, said last named means
said sleeve, ?nale and female marking die ele
‘being adjustable to impartrrelative movement 60 "ments carried by the shafts and opposed for en
1 between the loosely mounted gear and the shaft
gaging in rolling contact with end closures
it‘ surrounds for justifying the registry of the
passed between said elements, said adjustment
“marking; die elements following adjustments of
the eccentric sleeve.
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movement imparting means including a worm
gear portion on said sleeve intermediatelyof the
ends thereof, a' captive screwengaging said worm
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6.. In can end closure marking means, a pair
§of rotaryshafts 'dis‘posedrin ‘parallel spaced re
gear portion for imparting movements ‘of adjust
ment to said sleeve, and justifying means for ad
vlation and connected by intermeshing gears of
jlike diameter mounted thereon, means providing
bearing for each shaft, said last named means
lincluding an eccentric sleeve surrounding one
‘said shaft as a bearing sleeve and having rotary
' fbearingcont'act in ‘said bearing means and be->
, ‘ing adjustable about said one shaft for altering
justing the gear on the eccentric sleeve sur
rounded shaft relative to, said surrounded shaft
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following adjustments of the sleeve for restoring
the desired accurate alignment of said male and
female die elements.
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ALFRED L. ‘KRONQUEST.
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