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MACHINE FOR GLUING LATHS TOGETHER
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MACHINE FOR GLUING‘"LATHS TOGETHER’
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MACHINE FOR GLUING LATHS TOGETHER
Filed July 51, 194-3
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Patented Oct. 22, 1945
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UNITED ‘ STATES
PATENT OFFICE
2,409,777
MACI-[ENE FOR GLUING LA'I‘HS TOGETHER
Gottfried Maurer, Zurich, Switzerland, assignor
to Wilhelm Fischer-Sueffert, Basel, Switzer
land
Application July 31, 1943, Serial No. 496,919
In Germany March 17, 1938
5 Claims. (Cl. 144-4579)
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The object of the present invention is a machine
for gluing together laths which are inserted into
the same across the conveying direction, this
machine comprising a supporting table, a con
veying device for the laths and devices for gluing 5
however, is very dangerous as the hands of the
and pressing the laths together.
Machines of this type are known, in which the
worker may easily be gripped by the conveying
rollers. Besides this, on this moving back, there
conveying device for the laths is formed as a slide
running forward and backward over a table. This
is a risk of the laths diverging from one another
other do not lie on the chains in such a way that
the hindmost laths bear against the drivers, the
whole row of laths must be moved back by hand
until the laths are gripped by the drivers. This,
and of the butt joints between the different pieces
construction, however, is not advantageous in that 10 of a lath no longer being tight. ‘ Moreover, the
drivers projecting beyond the table surface con
the laths must be laid in front of the slide in quick
stitute a danger for the worker laying the laths
succession, for the slide is continuously recipro
upon the supporting table.
cated and the laths are immediately pushed under
The machine according to the invention rem
the usual pressing bars. Thus, if a lath has been
brought into an inexact position in front of the 15 edies all the above-mentioned inconveniences. It
is characterised in that the supporting table com
slide it also comes into this position under the
prises conveying elements protruding only in so
pressing bars, so that it is impossible afterwards
far above the supporting surface that between the
to put the lath into correct position with regard
conveying elements and the laths to be conveyed
to the others.
Therefore, in these known machines, there 20 the friction necessary for conveying the latter is
is no possibility of surveying the product in
obtained, and that, after the supporting table, a
manufacture, because only after the ?nished
plate has left the machine can it be seen
whether it is defectless or not. This is par
transporting device is provided moving the laths
conveyed by the conveying elements out of the
plane of the latter in front of a second table on
ticularly inconvenient if defective laths (having 25 which the laths are glued together.
The accompanying drawings illustrate by way
knots, resinous pores, etc.) are used, these de
of example one embodiment of the machine ac
fects being only visible in these known machines
cording to the invention.
when the laths are already glued so that they
Figs. 1a and lb are a plan View thereof,
cannot be removed without stopping and return
ing the machine. Besides, it is often the case that 30 Fig. 2 is a view in the direction of arrow A in
Fig. 1a,
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a lath, in the direction of ?bre, consists of several
Fig. 3 is a section along the line III—III in Fig.
pieces between which tight butt joints should be
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obtained. When feeding these pieces they must
Fig. 4 is a partial view in the direction of arrow
be very quickly brought in front of the slide and
struck against one another in their butt joints. 35 B in Fig. In.
Fig. 5 is a top view of the push beam,
This quick manipulation can, however, not be car
Fig. 6 illustrates a part of Fig. 3, on an enlarged
ried out with su?cient accuracy.
Also machines for gluing laths together are
scale,
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Fig. 7 illustrates a part of Fig. 1b, partly in sec
known with a supporting table consisting of a
stationary plate, in which the laths are conveyed 0 tion, on an enlarged scale.
The machine frame l carries a supporting table
by means of drawing-in rollers. Glue is applied to
3 whose supporting surface for the laths 2| is
the laths on inserting them into the machine and
they are then gripped by the drawing-in rollers.
formed by bars 2. Between the latter, conveying
However, correcting the position of a inexactly
elements in the form of bands 4 are arranged, pro
inserted lath can only be carried out after having 45 truding only so far above the conveying elements
stopped and returned the machine.
4 as is required to produce the friction necessary
In other known machines for gluing laths to
for conveying laths. ' The transport bands 4 might
gether the latter are conveyed by conveyer chains
be replaced by conveying chains. The bands 4
provided with movable drivers. However, these
run over rollers 5 mounted on the shafts B and ‘I.
machines are very much complicated by the parts 50 The bands 4 are driven by a shaft 8 receiving its
controlling the drivers. Besides this, it is not pos
sible in these machines to convey laths which, in
conveying direction, have together a length
greater than the mutual distance of two drivers.
If a certain number of laths lying one behind the 55
motion from a non-illustrated motor, the worm 9
and the worm wheel [0. From the chain wheel ll
mounted on the shaft 8 runs a chain l2 over the
chain wheel I3 ?xed to the shaft 6.
A stop I4 is provided on the upper side of the
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Supporting table 3. On the one end this stop M
511 cooperating with cam discs 55 ?xed to the
has a plate l5. Through a bore of this latter and
the slit I5 (Fig. 2) of the carrier ll‘ ?xed to the
machine frame I goes the screw l8 by means of
which the stop H2 is ?xed. For adjusting the lat
ter across the conveying direction the handle
shaft 3.
bolts 48 with the press bar 41 and allowing the
laths 2| on the supporting table 3 of being ad
screw I9 is loosened so that the screw l8 can be
vanced.
These cam. discs rotate from time to
time the levers 52, seen in Fig. 3, in the anti
clockwise direction, thereby lifting the carrying
moved along the slit l6. The position of the stop
A bracket 56 of the frame I carries a back wall
M is dependent on the length, i. e. on the exten
iii; the horizontal distance between the latter
sion of the plate to be made in the direction of 10 and the press bar 47 can be altered in order to
?bre. This length is determined by the distance
adjust it in accordance with the width of the
(Fig. 2) between the stop if? and the circular saw
laths 2|. For rendering the adjustment of the
blade 28, by means of which the assembled laths
back wall 5'! possible, bolts 58 go through slits 59
2| are shortened to the desired length of the plate
of the horizontal ?ange of this back Wall 5‘! and
to be manufactured. The shaft 23 of the saw
through the bracket 56. The back wall 51 is fas
blade 26 is pivoted on supports 22 fixed to the
tened to the bracket 55 by tightening the handle
machine frame I and is driven by the pulley 24.
nuts 60 on the bolts 58. For adjusting the back
In order to guide the laths 2| which, seen in
wall 51 the handle nuts 68 are loosened.
Fig. 3, are moved by the conveying bands 4 from
Between the press bar 4? and the back wall 5?
the left to the right, a beam 25 ?xed to the bolt
is arranged a lifting bar 6| serving the purpose
26 is provided. This beam 25 must be adjust
of lifting the laths 2| from the supporting table
able in the vertical direction in accordance with
3 to the plane of the table 62 on which the glu
the thickness of the laths 2| to be assembled.
ing together of the laths takes place, glue having
For this purpose a hand wheel 2? is provided
previously been applied to the latter in a manner
whose shaft 28 is mounted on the frame I and
described later on. The lifting bar 8| is verti
carries a worm 29 (or a helical-toothed spur gear)
cally guided by the guide members 63 of the frame
engaging a toothed segment 30, the shaft 3| of
I. The lifting bar 6| is carried by the plates 64
which being mounted on the frame I by means
pivoted on it and to the levers 55. The latter
of the bearings 32. Besides this, the shaft 3|
are rotatably mounted on the frame 5 by means
carries two forked levers 33 reaching below the 30 of the shafts 55. They carry rollers Bl cooperat
discs 34 of the bolts 26. If the beam 25 is to be
ing with cam discs 58 on the shaft 8. In the
adjusted in accordance with a greater thickness
lowermost position of the lifting bar 6| the upper
of the laths, the hand wheel 2'! is driven in such
edge of the same is flush with the supporting
a way that the forked levers 33, seen in Fig. 3,
surface of the table 3, so that the foremost lath
rotate in the clockwise direction, thereby lifting
2! can be pushed upon the lifting bar 6| by the
the beam 25.
subsequent ones. However, in the uppermost
For assisting the feeding operation of the bands
position of the lifting bar 6| the upper edge of
4 a roller 35 acting upon the upper side of the
the same is flush with the surface of the table 62
laths 2| is provided. The pivots 36 of this roller
so that the lifted lath can be pushed upon the
are mounted on carriers 31 ?xed to the beam 25. 40 table 52 by a device described later on.
Therefore, if the latter is adjusted by means of
In Fig. '7 it is seen how the projections 59 of
the hand wheel 2?, the roller 35 is simultaneously
displaced accordingly. The roller 35 is driven
the lifting bar 6| enter slits 19 of the back wall
57 and cut-outs ‘ll of the bars 12 forming the
in the following manner: The chain wheel 38
table 62.
mounted on the'one pivot 38 (on the right in
Instead of placing the table 62 above it might
Fig. 2‘) is connected by the chain 39 with the
also be placed below the supporting table 3.
chain wheel ill on the bolt 40. The second chain
Then the above described lifting device would be
wheel 42 of this bolt 49 is connected by a chain
replaced by a lowering arrangement,
£33 with a chain wheel 44 ?xed to a shaft 5, the
On the way from the supporting table 3 to the
drive of this latter being described above. The
table 62 glue is applied to the laths by the fol
bolt 40, besides’, forms the pivot for the plates
lowing apparatus: The glue container 73 with
45 and £56 which are rotatably connected with
the glue roller 14 mounted on it is ?xed to the
the shaft 5 and the pivot 36 respectively. Owing
horizontal ?ange of the back wall 51.. This glue
to the arrangement shown, the drive of ‘the roller
roller ‘E4 makes contact with the glue applying
35 can follow any change in the vertical position
roller 75 whose pivots 76 are connected with the
of the latter.
pivots 18 of the glue roller by means of the plates
At the moment when the foremost lath 2| is
‘H. The glue roller 14 is driven by the shaft 8
lifted out of the plane of the supporting table 3
with the help of chain wheel 19, chain 80 and
in a manner described later on, the laths lying
chain wheel 8|. As is especially to be seen in
on the latter must not be displaced. Any ad
Fig. 7, the glue applying roller '15 has grooves 82,
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vance is then prevented by a press bar 4‘! ar
so that the parts 83 of greater diameter only
ranged above the right-hand end (Fig. 3) of the
receive glue from the roller 14 and apply it to the
table 3. This press bar 181 is pivoted on two car
laths. These parts 83 pass through slits 84 of
rying bolts 48 vertically guided by the bearings
the back wall 5'1. The ?anges of the lifting bar
$9 of the frame I and loaded by springs 50 being
5|, too, have cut-outs 85 within reach of the parts
supported on the lower bearings 49. The springs
83 in order to avoid that these ?anges, on lifting
50 tend to draw the carrying bolts 48 downwards.
and lowering the bar 6|, are smeared with glue.
The left- and right-hand threaded intermediate
By the illustrated form of the glue applying roller
piece 5| of the carrying bolts 48 serves the pur
‘E5 the laths are not supplied with glue over the
pose of changing the length of the latter in order
whole
length, but only on different places. This
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to adapt the vertical position of the press bar 41
gluing, however, is sufficient and allows of avoid
to the thickness of the laths 2|. The lower ends
ing smearing of the back wall 51.
of the carrying bolts 48 are connected to levers
The laths lifted by the lifting bar 6| to the
52 rotatable about pins 53 ?xed to the frame I.
height of the plane of the table 62 are pushed
The other end of these levers 52 carries rollers 75 upon the table 62 by a push beam 86 (to the right
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'to be exerted by the pressing bed upon the laths
to be glued together can be adjusted.
in Fig. 3). This push beam 86 is movably mount
ed on the frame I by means of the guides 81. A
The width (vertical to the direction of ?bre)
of the plate to be manufactured can previously
motion to and fro is imparted to the push beam
86 by levers 88 pivoted to the ears 9!! of the {beam
85 by means of the bolts 89. The other end of
be adjusted on a counter.
the levers 88 rotatably mounted on the frame I
by means of the shaft 9I carries rollers 92 co
operating with the cam discs‘ 93 attached to the
the laths joined together in the feed direction
and as the width of the laths is known, the ex
tension of the plate vertical to the direction of
shaft 8. The springs Sid provide for the rollers
92 being constantly pressed against the cam discs
93. The construction of the push beam 86 may
specially be seen in Figs. 5 and 7. It has holes
95 open towards the table 62 .and separated from
one another by ribs 96. When the lifting bar BI
is in its uppermost position and the push beam
86, seen in Fig. 3, moves to the right, the ribs 96
go through the slits Q1 of the lifting bar GI be
tween the bars ‘I2, in this way, together with the
transverse rib 98 (Fig. 3), pushing the lath lying
on the lifting bar 6| towards the table 62.
The device for pushing laths forming the length
of the plate in the direction of ?bre tightly‘to
gether in their butt joints may be seen in Fig. 5
wherein the push beam 86 is illustrated by a top
view. The medial portion of the lever 59 is
fibre can be determined from the number of
laths used for each plate. Seen in Fig. 2, this
counter is placed on the right side of the ma
chine. On the pin I22 ?xed to the frame I a
lever I23 is loosely mounted, on which the rod
I24 is pivoted. As may particularly be seen in
Fig. 4, the rod I24 is connected to a lever I23 the
latter being pivoted on the frame I by means of
the bolt I25. This lever I26 carries a roller I21
cooperating with a cam disc I28 of the shaft 8.
The spring I29 ?xed, to the lever I23 and to the
machine frame I presses the roller I2? contin
uously against the cam disc I28. On the lever
I23 a driving pawl I30 is rotatably mounted, a
spring I3I being ?xed to this pawl and to the
lever I 23, which has the tendency of bringing
the driving pawl I30 into engagement with the
pivotally mounted on the beam 86 and at the
one end, carries a hammer Hill], at the other end
a pin IllI. In the position shown in Fig. 5, the
lever 99 is pressed by the spring I62, against the
cam I03 ?xed to the frame I.
The end I04 of L
the lever 99 lying on the side of the pin Idl, in
the position shown engages the pawl I68 rotat
ably ?xed to the push beam 86 and influenced
by the’ spring I855.
The cam Iii?» carries a re
leasing pin IIl'I whose manner of action is de
scribed later on.
By means of the member I88
This counter counts
teeth of the ratchet wheel I32 loosely mounted
on the pin I22. Rigidly connected with this
ratchet wheel I32, but also loosely arranged on
the pin ‘I22 is the rope pulley I33 (Fig. 4) on
which the rope I35 of the weight I35 is wound.
Rigidly connected with the ratchet wheel I32 is
the lever I36 whose one end I31 carries a pin
I38 while the other end I39 of the same is de
termined to cooperate with lever IllI ?xed to
35 the pin I43.
A pawl I43 is, pivotally mounted
on the frame I, being under the influence of the
spring I42 and serving the purpose of holding
the ratchet wheel I32, against the influence of
the weight I35, in that position into which it has
placed for adapting its position to the desired
length of the plate to be manufactured. When 40 previously been brought by the driving pawl I36.
a stop I69 is ?xed to the push beam 86 which,
after a loosening of the screw Hi}, can be dis
The pawl I43 can be brought out of engagement
with the ratchet wheel I32 by the lever MI,
and at the same time, operate the schematically
certain time, strikes against the releasing pin
illustrated apparatus Hi4 counting the manufac
I01 and is rotated in the anticlockwise direction,
tured plates. Loosely placed on the pin I22 and
thereby releasing the lever 39. This, under the
fixed to the frame I by means of the screw M5
effect of the spring I62, rotates in the clockwise
is the lever I41 which carries the cam' I46 op
direction, so that the hammer I90 strikes against
erating the driving pawl I39 in a manner de
the foremost lath 2|, whereby the hindmost lath
scribed later on. Furthermore, on the pin I22
is pressed against the stop I09 and all the laths
are pushed tightly together in their butt joints 50 a lever I48 is loosely mounted whose resiliently
arranged bolt I49 is determined alternately to
III. This done, the push beam 86 while 'con
enter a space of the toothed rim I59. To this
tinuing its forward motion brings the laths with
toothed rim I50 belongs a scale ItiI which, to»
their tight butt joints I II from the lifting bar
gether with this rim I59, is ?xed to the frame I
EI to the table 62. When the push beam 85 moves
and has ?gures indicating the number of laths
' back in the direction of the arrow D, the pin
2I to be joined together vertically to the direction
IOI runs upon the inclined surface II2 of the
of ?bre for manufacturing one plate.
cam IE3. The lever 99 is thereby returnedginto
To the pin I40 of the lever IM a further lever
the position shown in Fig. 5 and is again locked
I52 to which a pull member I53 is connected, is
by the pawl I66.
?xed. Seen in Fig. 4 this member I53 runs over
As mentioned above, the table 62, on which
rollers I54, I55 to the plate ‘I7, a spring I56 being
the laths are glued together along their longi
connected to said plate ‘I? and to the bracket 55,
tudinal edges, is formed by the bars 12 which are
thus continuously stretching the member I53.
supported on the back wall El and on the U-iron
As long as lever MI is not rotated, the arm I5?
I i3. Above the bars ‘I2, bars “4 form a pressing
bed. Each of the bars H4 is ?xed to bolts N5, 65 mounted on the frame I and influenced by a
spring I58 is in the position shown in Fig. la.
of which in Fig. 3 only one is shown for each
However, as soon as the lever I42 is rotated by
bar IM. These bolts H5 are suspended on U
the end I39 of the lever I36 in the anticlockwise
irons IIB of which only one is illustrated. Each
direction,-the arm I51 engages the shoulder ISQI
bolt II5 carries a supporting ring II‘I. Between
this latter and the U-iron IIB a spring IIB is in 10 and locks the lever MI until the arm I5‘! on its
end IE9 is rotated in the clockwise direction
serted for each bolt H5, pressing the bar IIII
either by hand or automatically. As soon as the
belonging to it against the laths 2I on the table
end I39 of the ‘lever I36 rotates the lever MI in
62. By means oftwo hand wheels II9 belonging
the‘ anticlockwise direction (seen in Fig. la), the
to each Up-iron H6 and by means of spindles I20
- engaging nuts I2-I of the U-iron II3 the pressure 75 pull member I53 rotates the plate 11. in the clock
the push beam 36 moves forward, i. e. in the di
rection of the arrow C, the pawl I05, after a
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wise direction (seen in Fig. 4), thereby moving
the glue applying roller ‘I5 out of working po
Hereupon, push beam 86 and lifting bar BI are
returned. If the latter is again in its lowermost
position, the press bar 41 is lifted; the bands 4
move the next lath upon the bar BI, the above
sition, so that the next lath lifted by the bar
BI is not supplied with glue and thus not glued
together with the plate moving on the table 62
towards the outlet end of the machine.
The counter works as follows:
mentioned cycle begins anew and the second lath
on the table 62 is brought into contact with the
former lath and, on moving forward together, the
Be it supposed that the bolt I49 and With it
second lath is glued to the former one. This cycle
the lever I48 is adjusted to ?fty~seven laths and
is repeated until the counter, in a manner de
that the lever I36 is not in the position illustrated 10 scribed above, brings the glue applying roller 15
but in the outgoing position where the pin I 33,
out of working position. The plate is ?nished.
under the in?uence of the weight I35 being in
What I claim is:
its lowermost position, bears against the upper
1. In a machine for gluing together laths, a
edge of the lever I118. On each lath lifted by
supporting table for the laths, conveying elements
for yieldably advancing the laths on said support
the bar til, the shaft 3 makes one revolution.
For this reason the rod I24 is lifted by the cam
ing table, a second table for gluing the laths to
disc I 28 once per each revolution and pulled once
gether, lying out of the plane of said supporting
downward by the spring I29, the driving pawl‘ I39
engaging the ratchet wheel I32 thereby advancing
the latter by one tooth in the anticlockwise di
rection. This operation continues, while the
weight £355 is raised, until the end I39 of lever
I36 strikes against lever MI, i. e. until fifty-seven
laths have been lifted by the bar 5i. At this
table, a back wall adjustable in the direction of
movement of said conveying elements, a trans
porting device between said supporting table and
moment and as described above, the lever MI is
rotated and locked by the arm I51 and the glue
said back wall, for moving the laths conveyed by
said conveying elements to a position at the front
of said second table, means for moving the laths
from the transporting device on to the second
table, and a glue applying device on said back
wall for supplying the laths with glue during
applying roller ‘I5 put out of working position.
movement of said laths by said transporting de—
vice.
Besides this, the lever MI disengages the pawl
I43 from the ratchet wheel I32 and this, under
2. In a machine, for gluing together laths, a
the effect of the weight I35, commences to rotate 30 supporting table for the laths, conveying elements
for yieldably advancing the laths on said sup
in the clockwise direction. In the beginning it
also takes along the lever I23 until the driving
porting table, a second table for gluing the laths
pawl I30 strikes against the cam I43 and, by
together, lying out of the plane of said support
the latter is brought out of engagement with the
ing table, a pressing bed for pressing the laths
against said second table, a, back wall adjustable
ratchet wheel I 32. Now the latter runs back
until the pin I38 strikes against the upper edge
in the direction of movement of said conveying
of the lever I58. Lever I48 can again be released
elements, a transporting device between said sup
by means of the end I59 of the arm I37 either by
porting table and said back wall, for shifting the
hand or automatically and the whole is ready for
laths conveyed by said conveying elements to a
manufacturing a new plate.
If a plate, e. g. a middle layer of a plywood
position at the front of said second table, a glue
applying device on said back wall for supplying
plate is to be manufactured with the described
and illustrated machine, the worker may also
the laths with glue during their movement by
said transporting device, and a reciprocatingly
driven push member for moving the shifted laths
between said second table and said pressing bed.
3. In a machine for gluing together laths, a
place lath pieces on the table 3 which are shorter
than the desired length of the plate in the direc
tion of ?bre, since tight butt joints between these
pieces are guaranteed by the device shown in Fig.
supporting table for the laths, conveying elements
for advancing the laths on said supporting table,
cut away these knots before bringing the laths
a second table for gluing the laths together, lying
upon the table 3 and then use these shortened 50 out of the plane of said supporting table, a back
pieces which are free of knots. All the laths are
wall adjustable in the direction of movement of
laid upon the table 3 side by side and one after
said conveying elements, said back wall having
another in the same way as they are arranged in
slits, a transporting device between said support
the ?nished plate. As the conveying bands 4
ing table and said back wall, for moving the laths
are moved continuously, i. e. as the freshly placed
conveyed by said conveying elements in front of
laths are continuously brought into close contact
said second table, means for moving the laths
with the preceding ones, one may already on the
from the transporting device on to the second
table 3 see the appearance of the ?nished plate.
table, and a glue applying device on said back wall,
The laths are now advanced through between the
comprising a glue applying roller projecting
bars 2 and the beam 25 which has previously been 60 through said slits into the path of the laths moved
by said transporting device. ‘
adjusted in accordance with the thickness of the
4. In a machine for gluing together laths, a
laths. At the moment when the foremost lath
lies upon the lifting bar SI being in its lowermost
supporting table for the laths, conveying elements
position, the cam disc 55 presses the press bar
for advancing the laths on said supporting table,
61 upon the next laths thereby preventing all the 65 a second table for gluing the laths together, lying
laths on the table 3 from being advanced. Now,
out of the plane of said supporting table, a back
the cam disc 68 raises the lifting bar BI and dur
wall adjustable in the direction of movement of
ing the lifting of the lath on the bar BI one of
said conveying elements, a transporting device
the lath edges lying in the direction of ?bre is
between said supporting table and said back wall,
supplied with glue by the roller l5. As soon as 70 for moving the laths conveyed by said conveying
the bar GI has attained its uppermost position,
elements in front of said second table, a device on
the cam disc 93, seen in Fig. 3, moves the push
said back wall for applying glue to the laths, a
beam 86 to the right and this latter pushes the
member for moving the laths from said trans
lath lying on the lifting bar SI between the table
porting device onto said second table, stop means
82 and the pressing bed formed by the bars H4. 75 mounted on said member, and a striking device
5. Therefore, one may also take laths with knots,
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on said member for pushing the laths against said
stop means in a direction substantially perpen“.
dicular to the direction substantially perpendicu
lar to the direction of advance by said conveying
elements.
5. In a machine for gluing together laths, a
supporting table for the laths, conveying ele
said back wall, for shifting the laths conveyed by
said conveying elements in front of Said second
table, means on said back Wall for applying glue
to the laths, a reciprocatingly driven push mem
her for moving the shifted laths along the second
table, stop means on said push member, and a
striking mechanism on the front side of said push
member, for pushing the laths against said stop
ments for advancing the laths on said support
means in a direction substantially perpendicular
ing table, a second table for gluing the laths to
gether, lying out of the plane of said supporting 10 to the reciprocating movement of said push mem
ber.
table, a back wall adjustable in the direction of
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movement of said conveying elements, a trans
porting device between said supporting table and
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