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Jac/«Bres Zar BY _ MKM ' f77-TX ' 0c; 8, 1946.v 2,408,730 J, BRESLAV STOCK SUPPORTING TABLE 5 Sheets-Sheet 3 Filed March 22, 1944 ' ì ' IN1/Euro1; .kcrrBreslazf Patented Oct. 8, 1_946 ’ invention relates to vimprovements-in V>`Figure> 6 illustrates the use‘fofl a Ãcompres'sedf stock''supporting>` tables andfmore Particularly air or hydraulic cylinder. operatingmean'sßi». to a table for'supporting a piled-up vplurality of tubes, or bars, and having means to tilt thevpile reference numerals :designate like parts through' zof tubes and to providea support for the tubes I as they yseparate and roll offáírom thetable. ~ The table~ of this .invention is particularly use ful in the handling- and storing of Ypilecl-up'tubes, f Referring now to the drawingsfwherein- like out‘ theïfseverlal view'si, athe »numeral ~IlI`„'denotes >spaced apart pairs of cross-bars,/whichjform-.the stock supporting base, 'or top, vof, the table -of this invention and the numerals k:I2 and I3 denote» the v‘.bars, orvrods during the manufacture' thereof in ~ legs which support said cross-bars II v4on a sup »that it -is Aprovided. with» afrsupp'orting base and l0 port, such as a floor. Suitable beams I4 and~I5' tie the legs-I 2 _and I3 respectively together length' vupwardly extending. sides, one of said sides being wise of the table and suitable beams.` I6? and f-IFI lswingable outwardly to dispose,ïa partthereof in tie the legs I2and I3 of each pair togethe'rïcross position to form aninclined extension of the base, and another ‘part thereofrin position to. tilt the pile of tubes, bars, or rodsand cause‘gthem to separate and roll off `thevbase and alongvthe in -clined base extensioni ’ ’ ` One object of this vinvention is to provide a lwise’of the table. Y - . Y L'Each ofthe legs I2.is extended «upwardly above thetable top to form a side bar I8, al1 >of which fsidé bars lßcomp'ose one’sidev member of the/table. The other side member’ ofthe table is composed of the end portions- I9 of thebars 2I Vwhich are >pivoted on suitable short shaftsf22 extending be tween and having a'bearing in each of the cross bars of thespaced apart pairs II, the shafts 22 upwardly extending arms, the arms at one side being herein shown in the form 2of-bolts.` The -o'f said table being swîngable into position to ‘bars 2| are extended beyond the -pivotëïp‘oint form inclined :extensions of the supporting. cross 25 thereof to provide end portions 23. In the ar bars."ï\ rangement illustrated, and in accordance with Y Another object is to provide in a tablev of the -the features of this invention, the bars 2Il=when above nature> and structure'the upwardly ex swung on their respective pivots, or zshafts, 22, tending arms which are swingable toform in will assume the inclined'positionsshown in- .dotted clined extensions and to engage-in under the -pile lines in Figure 3, the end portionsvlàforming an of stock to- tilt it .and causek it> .toseparate into inclined extension of the base, or :cross-bars II, its` individual -units andl vroll 4,oft the supporting «and the portionsl23 supplementing'.thewcrossßbars cross-bars and along the inclined extensions. f Il as the tabletop and r‘engaging land tilting the Ay further object isf to provide vin a table of the pile of tubes, bars, or rods to urge them to sep >,above rnature and structure means tolimitlthe arate and roll from thetable onto a bench, or swinging movement of the `pivoted side arms. and the line »,(not shown). Y ' y ' ` 1 'means to operate Vthe same .in unison. The mechanism to swing the» bars 2|„as illus JIA -still further object .of this yinvention is.kk to table adapted to support a plurality of piled-up tubes, bars, orA rods having a supporting base composed of >cross-bars, and sides-composed of provideanA improved stock supporting table which will , be relatively ,inexpensive to manufacture, trated inÍ Figures~1--4 inclusive, comprises gear segments `2li, one oflwhich is suitably secured', las simple inconstrúetion, compact, and very eni ,40 -by rivets 25, to each of vthe bars’2l and ¿rotates cient and durable in use. . Y, on `the vrespective shaft-22. - L With the above and other objects in view, which will appear as the description proceeds, there has been illustrated in the accompanying> drawings a form in which theinvention‘may be convenient ily'. embodiedin hInthe practice. ; drawings: > . . , Y , _ , l ' . ~ ; ‘- Figure. 1’is a top plan viewqof a table 4embody ingl the features iand principles .-of this'. invention; Each gear vsegment »24 is drivingly engaged! by a pinionÁ26 .suitably secured- to a shaft 21 whichv extends from one end of the table to the other and .is journaleduin :45 'bea'ringzblocks' 28, onelof which is securedto one ÍofV each pair of the cross-barsll I. Theìshaft 2.1 extends beyond one end .of .the table .and enters .algear box 29 supported-onïlegs 30 and braced by bars 20 from the table leg I 2 and-within which 5,0 aïworm whee1 3I-, secured‘to the shaft 2‘I,~is dis posed. vA worm 32, also disposed in 'thegea‘r box 29 -drivingly` engages the Worm wheel 3|; and is - .Figure`4 is a brokeniand enlarged 'sectional ‘- ' Figure'2 -is afbreken side iview of the table; - e Figure 3vis an endview of .the table; ` , .view'taken on the line 4-4 of Figure 2;` » „ f l Figure 5 illustrates the use of a _motor operatin ~means;;and -. u x ,„ „p v 1 secured'on a cross-shaft 33 which'is'journaled‘in bearing blocks 34 secured, -asbyweldingQ tothe f5.5 ,box 29.- The shaft 33_extends out of. theboxe=29 2,408,730 4 and has a hand wheel 35 secured upon its outer end. Rotation of the hand wheel 35 will, through the shaft 33, the worm 32, the worm wheel 3l, the shaft 21, and the gear segment 24 swing the bar 2l from its upwardly disposed position to the ends at said other side of said base, and means to swing said pivoted arms from an upstanding posi tion to a position with one of their ends in clined downwardly out the plane of said base and extending outwardly from the side of said base, and with their other ends inclined up wardly out of the plane of said base and ex tending inwardly from the side of said base to inclined position shown by dotted lines in Figures 1, 3, and 4. A short bar 36 extends between the cross-bars whichjhey are pivoted. Y Il of each pair and forms a stop, anda support, for the ¿bar >end i9, limiting its Iswinging move 10v 3;. fIn a >stock¿supporting?taìble, a siibs'tantially ment and assisting in 'the support >of the load as horizontal `stock supporting base,> 'upstanding the stock rolls .olf of the table. A short angleV arms spaced apart along one side of said base, piece 31 secured as by welding to one of each pair ~ »and straight arms spaced apart along the other of cross-bars Il is positioned to be Aengagedjloy side of said base, said last mentioned arms being an edge 38 of the gear segment 24 to assist in the 15 pivoted intermediate their ends at said other sides stop action of the short bar 36. 'I ’ - of saidbase and adapted to swing from an up Figure 5 illustrates the use of _an electric motor standing position to a position with both of their ends inclined out of the plane of said base to vice may be operated by the usual motor control `f’orr'n laninclined member extending from a side positioned remote from the table. 20 of the base and an inclined member extending YFigure 6 illustrates the yuse of an air or hydrau across` the base, means to connect said pivoted lic pressure cylinder 43, the piston (not shown) arms for swinging movement in unison, and of which is connected to a rod 44. Opera-tion of .means to swingsaid pivoted arms. ' .ther-cylinder 43 in the usualrnanner will swing A 4. kIn a stocksupporting table, a substantially .the ybar 45, corresponding to the bar 2| of Figures 25 horizontal stock supporting base, upstanding 1-~4 inclusive, into and out `of its inclined ¿posi arms spaced apart along one side of said base, tion as shown in dotted lines, through the instru forming va Aside for thebase, and straight arms mentality of an arm 46 secured to the bar y45 spaced apart along ‘the other sidel of said base, and a link 41, _pivotally connected to the arm 46 said last mentioned larms being ,pivoted inter and `»to ‘the Apiston .rod 44. Movement of thepis 30 mediate their ends and adapted to swing from `tonrojd l44 in one direction- will cause the rbar 45 an upstanding position, ,forming vra side .for «the to ¿swing into `the inclinedposition against the base, to a `position `with one of their ends >in stop l48 as shown in dotted lines in Figure 6. clined downwardly out-of theyplane 4of Lsaidbase The provision of the swingable side member and extending voutwardly from theside of '_said IS, ïor-f45, for 4the stock supporting table of this 35 base, >and with their other 4ends extending across invention 'whereby ’the side .member :in one posi and disposed betweenithesides =..of said base and tion maintains the piled-up tubes, rods, .or bars inclined upwardly out of the‘plane of said base lon the table top and,'when~in another position, to facilitate discharge of theistock, means toicon tilts the stock and ¿provides an inclined table top nect said pivoted arms .for swinging .movement `extensi‘on‘over which :the- vstock rolls onto a bench, 40 in unison, and means toswing- said pivoted arms. or the like, insures the rapid and efîicienthan 5. In a stock supporting table, a substantially `‘dling yof stock with a minimum of distortion or horizontal stock supporting base, upstanding damage thereto. arms :spaced ,apart along `one side .of said base While there has been disclosed herein one form to form-aside therefor, and straight varms spaced -inwhich the invention may be embodied in prac, 45 apart along the other side of said base with a rtice, it will-be understood that the `novel features portion upstanding 'above .said .base -to Áform a andprinciples of this invention maybe -embodied side therefor, a shaft upon which said .straight 4| for driving the cross-shaft 33 whereby the de in other speciñc forms without ydeparting from lthe spirit and essential attributes thereof, »and it arms :are y“secured.intermedia-te :their ends, and .means to rotate saidshaft topswing the vupstand Vis therefore desired that the present .embodiment 50 ing portion ofsaid straight “arms linto a down be considered .in all .respects as illustrativeand wardlyy inclined „position "extending outwardly not restrictive, reference being'hadto .the claims from the sideof saidxbase >and the remaining >ratlfierrth‘an to the foregoing vdescription to .indi portion of- theLarms into an `upwardly inclined cate .thescope ofthe invention. .position extending across `.the «base -to facilitate Having thusftully disclosed the inventionfwhat 55 is claimed as new and for which‘it `isqdesired to `secure lLetters Patent is: . ;1. In- a; stock supporting table, -astock support unloading stocksfromîtheïbase. 6. In a stock -supporting table, `a .substantially 'horizontalstock ¿supporting base, upstanding arms spacedapart falongone -side of said Abase :ing;„base, añrst Aupright -'sidezmember at Yonezside to 'form la side therefor, and `straight'arms spaced of Vsaid base, Va second ystraightand upright side 60 apart along the vother side of'said base with-a fmernber atfthe other sideof saidbasasa-id--second portion upstanding abovexsaid lbase :to form va -member being vpivoted intermediate its lends -to :side ,therefon ashaft for supporting each straight lposition.«-its~.end portions, when swungeon-its pivot, karrnïto said '.‘base, gear segments on said shafts inclined ‘ lnx-respect >to said'base; with ‘ one :end v,p0r adjacent eachuof said -ïstrai'ght .arms'and >secured tion extending beyondisaid >otherjside 4o‘fsaid `base thereto, ia secorrdfshaft'exteridin'g `.along said hase, and with the other :end'portion ‘between the-:sides gear pinions on said second shaft in imesh 'with :ofthe base andïforming an-¿inclined supplemental said segments, and means toV rotate "said second «ba-se toV tilt vthe >load-.and facilitate its'removal Vshaftlto .swing the upstanding; portion .of Ysaid from said ibase. , straightfarms- into >a .downwardlyßinclined posi .2. In a stock .suppo1‘ting~«table, a `substantially tionfextendingI outwardly :from 'the „sideof ,said horizontal :stock rsupporting _ base, .upsta'nding -armsspaced apart lalong »one »side of -said.¿base, base and the fremaining :portion of >the ' arms/'into .an upwardlyinclined position extendingyacross .and stra-ight - land `upstanding .arms spaced «apart the base ito ^ îfacilitate unloading stock „from .the along the ' other: side » of ~ said base, rsaid` last f men base. îti'oned :arms being- .pivoted -¿intermediate1 it‘heir 75 7. A stock supporting table comprisingza „plu 2,408,730 5 rality of spaced apart cross-bars forming a base to support stock spaced apart upstanding arms along one side of said table to form a side for the base, spaced apart straight arms along the other side of said table and having a ñrst por tion adapted to extend above the cross-barsto form another side for the base, and a second portion extending below the cross-bars, means 6 to pîvotally connect the straight arms one to each of the cross-bars, and means to swing the straight arms to dispose the ñrst portions thereof beyond and inclined downwardly from the base and the second portions thereof alongside the cross-bars and inclined upwardly to facilitate removal of stock from the table. ‘ JACK BRESLAV.