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Oct. 29, 1946.
F. E. BERTRAND
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2,410,004 I’
INSOLE MACHINE
Filed Jan. 15, 1945
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F. E. BEléTRAND ‘
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INSOLEV MACHINE
Filed Jan. 15,- 1945
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Oct. 29, 1946.
F. E. BE'RTRAND
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INSOLE MACHINE
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_ Inventor
Fraden'cti?erzf'mnd
Patented Oct. 29, 1946
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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE
2,410,004 1
INSOLE MACHINE
Frederic E. Bertrand, Lynn, Massl, assignor to
United Shoe Machinery. Corporatiom'Fleming
ton, N. J ., a corporation of New Jersey
Application January 15, 1945, Serial No. 572,890
53 Claims. (Cl. 12--17)
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This invention relates to machines for adhe
sively attaching strips to insoles and particularly
to machines for attaching ribbed strips to insoles
to provide sewing ribs thereon.
In some respects the illustrated machine is sim
ilar to that disclosed in Letters Patent of the
United States No. 2,326,119, granted August 10,
the margin entirely. Preferably and as illus
trated, said means is mechanically connected to
themeans for hammering the inner margin of
the strip so that, when the knife is given its full
stroke to remove‘the margin of the strip, the
hammering means will be ineffective and thus
sticking of‘ the several pieces of the strip to the
insole will be prevented.
As a further feature of the invention, the illus
proved machine of this type by which ‘strips hav 10 trated machine is equipped with a knife for sev
ing wide inner ?anges may be satisfactorily ap
ering the strip at the end of the strip-applying
plied and by which, about the curved portions of
operation which acts from the inner portion of
the insole, the wide ?ange may be so handled as
the insole toward its edge and severs the strip
to avoid the formation of wrinkles therein.
Without cutting into the insole.
Various forms of strips having wide inner 15
A further feature of the invention consists in
?anges which the illustrated machine is adapted
the provision of means for chamfering the edge
to attach to insoles are disclosed in Letters Pat
corner of the insole which will be uppermost when
ent of the United states No. 2,381,951, granted
the insole is anchored in a shoe and which is the
August 14, 1945, in the name of‘ Stanley M. Gris
lower corner of the insole as it is operated upon
20 in the machine. This is effected by a knife as
wold.
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'Other objects of the'invention are to insure
sociated with an edge gage. This combination
proper adhesion of the wide ?ange to the insole,
permits the chamfering operation, which is desir
to enable the strip to be severed at the conclu
able but is often neglected, to be performed in
sion of the applying operation, and to remove an
conjunction with that of applying the strip, thus
edge corner of the insole, that is, the corner 25 avoiding a separate operation upon the insole.
which will be uppermost when the insole is incor
These and other features of the invention will
porated in a shoe, during the operation of apply
appear more fully from the following description
ing the strip to the insole.
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when read in connection with the accompanying
A feature of the invention consists of a single
drawings and will be pointed out in the appended
means under control of the‘operator for either 30 claims. ,
slitting the inner ?ange of the strip or removing
In the drawings,
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a portion thereof prior to its attachment to the
Fig. 1 is a front elevation, partly in section, of
insole, thus facilitating the application of the
a machine embodying my invention;
ribbed strip to curved portions of the margin of
Fig. 2 is an elevation of the machine from the
an insole. As illustrated, said means comprises 35 left-hand side with the work table depressed;
a knife L-shaped in cross-section which co-op
‘ Fig.3 is a view similar to Fig. 1 with the parts
erates with shearing edges constructed and ar
in position for operating upon an insole;
ranged so that a short reciprocation of the knife
Fig. 4 is a view similar to Fig. 2 showing the
will cause it to slit the inner marginal portion of
hammer for treating the margin of the wide inner
the strip and a longer reciprocation thereof will 40 ?ange of the strip thrown out of operation and
cause the knife to make an L-shaped cut in the
the cutting mechanism for trimming off the mar
1943, upon my application.
Objects of the invention are to provide an im
strip, which cut, being repeated intermittently,
will remove a portion of the inner ?ange of’ the
strip.
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Another feature of the invention consists in re-‘ 45
ciprocating means for hammering or beating
down the wide inner margin of the strip which
gin in operation;
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Fig. 5 is an elevation taken from the left of the
trimming knife, showing mechanism for control
ling its operation;
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‘Fig. 6 'is an elevational detail taken from the
left side of the hammer for treating the inner
preferably has a component of movement toward
margin of‘the ?ange of the strip, the hammer
the rib, said means having a portion which treats
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the inner margin of the strip arranged to be 60 being in its inoperative position;
. thrown into ‘and out of operation.
Another feature of’ the invention comprises
means under control of the operator for impart
‘Fig. rTris an enlarged view of operating instru
mentalities of the machine taken from the left ,
side, the insole and stripbeing shown in section;
' Fig}; is an elevation taken from the right side
ing to the knife a short stroke to slit the inner
margin of the strip or a long stroke .towremove 55 of the strip ‘guide and trimming knife assembly;
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Depression of the treadle 52 raises the work
support to press the insole and the outer ?ange of
the strip against a yielding presser member 10
(Fig. 2) having a face ‘i2 (Fig. '7) slightly inclined
to the plane of the table to intensify pressure on
the outer flange adjacent to the rib and an in
Fig. 9 is a perspective view of the outer shell of
the strip guide, showing the feed pawls;
Fig. 10 is a plan View of the parts shown in Fig.
8, the guide shell being omitted;
Fig. 11 is an elevation, taken from the left side,
of the parts shown in Fig. 10;
Fig. 12 is a View similar to Fig. 11 showing the
strip in the guide and its relation to the trim
clined face 7'54 to engage the outer face of the rib
R of the strip which is‘ usually inclined inwardly
ming knife;
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with respect to the insole.
Fig. 13 is a sectional view taken on the line 11.0
The presser member ‘ill is secured rigidly by a
XIII-XIII of Fig. 8;
screw ‘iii to a block 78 (Fig. 2) which has hori
Fig. 14 is a perspective view of the trimming
zontal tongue-and-groove connection to the lower
knife, showing the relation of its cutting edges
to the co-operating parts of. the shell shown in
Fig. 9;
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end of a slide 80, these parts being held together
r by a cap screw.- i2‘ The slide to is mounted in
15 vertical ways on the head frame 32 and is held
in place by front plates 84(Fig. 1) which overlap
Figs. 15, 16 and 1'7 are views, taken from the
right-hand side of the machine, of the knife for
severing the strip on the insole and show succes
sive positions of the knife as it is operated;
the front lateral edges of the slide and carry gibs
for‘engaging the slide. The plates B4 are con
nected at their upper ends by a yoke piece 86 hav
‘ Fig. 18 is a plan view of the edge gage and 20 ing a vertical hole through which a rod 88 freely
knife for removing the edge corner of the insole;
passes. The lower ,end of the rod 3% is, threaded
into a'forward projection 95) on the slide wand
Fig. 19 is a View, partly in section, of the parts
shown in Fig. is, taken from the right-hand side;
Fig. .20. is a perspective view of an insole which
has, been operated upon by the machine;
carries a capstan nut 92 between which and the
yoke piece St is a compression spring 9.4. Down
25 ward movement of the slide in response to the
Fig. 21 is a front view, partly in section, of the
spring 91;, is adjustably limited by lock nuts 96 on
strip guide and its operating mechanism; and
the upper end of the rod 88 and tension of the
Fig. 22 is a side view, on an enlarged scale,
spring 94 may be varied by turning the capstan
of the, mechanism for operating the knife and
nresser toggles
The illustrated machine is for applying to in
soles ribbed strips such as those disclosed in the
nut 92.
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Griswold application referred to, thereby produc
ing the product shown in Fig. 20.
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The ribbed strip 8, prepared in inde?nite
lengthpis, wound upon a suitable reel, the end
of the strip being passed through a strip guide
and a trimming or slashing device shown as
sembled in Fig. 8. The strip S is inserted through
The machine, in its general organization, re— 35 an opening [6,0, the rib R lying against an inf
sembles in some respects that disclosed in my
patent referred to above, for example, the work
clined surface I62 de?ning part of the opening
through the guide
support and edge-gage-shifting mechanism.
The assembly of Fig. 8 is in three principal
parts—a body portion i514, a knife-carrying por
detailed description of these and otherv parts than 40 tion [56.» and a guide shell I08, shown detached in
will’be. found herein.
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Fig. 9; A pair of feed pawls I Hi, i l2 are pivoted on
Reference may be had to the patent for a more
Referring to Fig. 1, the machine has a column
3;]. resting on the ?oor and a head frame 32 in
which is journaled a main drive shaft 34 (Fig. 2)
ascrew H4 which is threaded into a lug H8 on
the shell H18, Two compression springs‘ [18,, __!}20
are mounted in holes in'the body portion ill/l
from which the operating instrumentalities are
driven, the shaft‘ having thereon a pulley 3B for
(Eis- 13>.th.e. spring “8 engaging the'pawl Hi3
belowits pivot and the spring I29 similarly en.
belt connection to a source‘ of power through
suitable control mechanism for. starting and stop.
ping the machine.
gaging the pawl I [2, the sharpened lower ends-of
the pawls being thus held against the strip S
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passes. through the Opening H09 in vsuch
a position that the ‘pawl Hi3 engages the outer
flange ofihe strip- and the. pawl H2 the inner
flange nextto the rib R which passes between the
The work support comprises‘ a table 40 rotat
ably mounted on a stem 42 arranged to slide ver~
tically in a sleeve 44 projecting forwardly from
the head frame 32. Connected between the
sleevell? and a collar 46 secured to the stem 42
isv an inverted toggle comprising double links 48,
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' 553, so that straightening of the toggle will raise
the table 413 and sustain it rigidly. Straightening
pawls, the inclined surface [-62 (Fig. 8) engaged
by the rib being; formed on the pawl H2. ‘The
pawls HQ, H12 each have a tail;l~22 extending to
the right beyond the shell Hill, by _-'depressing
which the pawls maybe released from thestrip
eitherseparately or together for convenience in
of the toggle may be effected by depressing a
treadle 52" (Fig. 1_) connected by a chain 54 to an
inserting or removing the strip. The end of the
arm 56 secured to the shorter link 50 of the tog 60 stripemerges from the guide withits rib in a
gle. The toggle is normally held in broken posi
notch 1124' formed in the knife carrier 106
tion by a tension spring 58 connected between the
arm‘ 56" andv an armv 60 secured to the head frame
The knife carrier I96 has a horizontal tongue
32». An‘ arm 52 on'the link 50 engages a surface
84 on the rear side of the collar 46 to limit move at and-groove connection at 126 (Fig. 13) with the
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ment of the toggle when it reaches its straight
enedi position.
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' bodyiportion I04 and is secured to the body por-'
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a cap screw I28 (Fig. 8) which passes
1 The work,‘ for example an insole W'with its toe
through a slot’ somewhat elongated horizontally
end extending to the right, isplaced on the table . ..
in‘. the body portion I04 and is threaded into the
49 (Fig. 3) with its, edgeat the breast line against "it knife carrier I06.‘ Threaded into the'knife car?
arr-‘edge gage‘ 65 which is mounted and arranged
rier is a screw I30. (Fig,- 11) having a cylindrical
for adjustment to vary the position of the strips
head seated in ya groove- Which ?ts'it inthe body
withrespect to the edge of the insole. by a hand
portion H14. so that turning the screw will afford
lever 68, as is fully‘ disclosed in my priorv'pvatent
?ne. adjustment (of the knifecarrier I05, rela'‘-‘
referred to above. ‘
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tively to the body portion along its tongue-and;
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groove connection I26 for
plained.
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a ‘purpose ‘to ‘be ‘ex
screw‘ I28 andturning the screw I30 the cutting
edge I54'may be moved toward or from the co
operating edge I58 of the shell to adjust and
-A knife I32 is mounted for. vertical reciproca
tion in the knife carrier I06. The knife (Fig. 14)"
has beveled side ‘edges I34, I36, ‘the edge‘ I34‘ en
gaging an undercut groove I38 in the carrier (Fig.
maintain, by tightening the screw I28, the proper
cutting relation between these cutting edges.
The body portion I04 is provided with a‘ dove
tail I10 (Figs. 8‘ and 13) which is inserted in a
similarly shaped dovetail ‘groove in the split lower
end of a strip-guide-carrying rod I14 (Figs. 3
and 21') as‘ far as permitted by a stop pin ‘I16, the
10). The edge I36 is engaged by a g'ib I40 (Fig.
11) having a beveled edge complementary to that
of the knife. The gib is held in place‘ byv two
screws I42 which pass through horizonta1lyelon-~
split end being‘clamped on the dovetail I10 by a
gated holes in the‘ body portion,l04‘ andv are:
screw I18. The lower end of the shell I08 is pro
threaded ‘into the gibj, A screw ‘I46 is» threaded
vided with a feedifoot I80 which is operated to
into the carrier so thatlitsi head will‘en'gage‘the
engage the insole and to feed ‘it at the same'time
gib. Thus, there is provided‘ a fine adjustment
of the gib toward and from ‘the knife to‘i‘obtai‘nl 15' that the strip is fed by the pawls H0, H2.“ :The
mechanism by which positive upward ‘and yield
avrunning fit for the knife’i‘n its guideway and
ing downward movements are‘ imparted to ‘the
to take up wear. The 'lower‘end of theikm'fe ‘I32
feed foot I80 willnow‘be described. As shown in
is‘s‘harp'ened by ant outside bevel to a cutting'edge
Fig. 21, the guide-carrying-rod. I141has a Icylin-'
drical portion I82 arranged to slide‘up and down
I50 (Fig. ‘14) at substantially right‘ angles to the
direction of movement‘of theknife. On the back '
of the knife is a projection. I52‘ sharpened‘toan
edge I54 at right angles to vthe edge I50. The
edge I50 co-operates with an‘edge I56 on the
shell I08 (Fig.- 9) and the edgeVI54-ico-operates
in a bearing on a yoke I84 and’a reduced portion
I86 carrying a sleeve I88, which sleeve ?ts van
with an edge I58 formed on the shell but ‘in a
' thereon two oppositely disposed, flanged sleeves
other bearing I90 on the yoke I84. The reduced
portion I86 of ‘the rod has slidingly arranged
I92, I94 between the ?anges of which isa com
pression spring I96. The ?anged sleeve ‘I94 bears
I56. The relation of the knife and‘ these edges
against the upper end of the cylindrical. portion
is illustrated in Fig. 14. When in ‘the machine,
of therod, and'the'sleeve I92 engages the lower
the edge, I56 is inclined downwardly‘and rear
wardly and the edge I58 is inclined downwardly 30 end of the sleeve I88 which is prevented from‘ ro-‘
tation by a pin I98 mounted in a groove in the
and to the left, making an angle of about 10° with
yoke I 84 and engaging the flat surface on the
the knife edge I54. Therefore, with the wide
sleeve I88. The upper end of 1 the sleeve I88
?ange of the strip S lying between the knife edges
plane at right angles to th‘e‘plane'of the edge
projects beyond the‘beari‘ng I90 {and is threaded
I50, I54 and the co-operating edges I56, I58 -=of
the ‘guide shell, a relativemovementoofythe knife
35 to receive lock nuts 200 the upper one of‘ which
and the shell will cause the'knife to-cut into the‘
flange and the cut will begin at the inner edge
of the strip with respect to the insole, that is, at
cations on an arm 206 ?xed to a rocker 201 (Figs.
the edge next to the front of the machine.
engages a block 202 pivoted by a. pin 204 to bifur
1 and 2) mounted on a ?xed shaft 208. The re
duced portion I86 (Fig. 21) of the carrier rod I14
extends through the block 202 and its upper end‘
carries two set nuts 2I2 threaded thereon. ‘With
this constructioniiit will‘ be‘seen that upward
movement of the arm 206‘wi1l positively raise the
carrier I14 and‘ that downward ‘movement of the
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If the relative movement of the knife‘and- the
shell is short, the result will be'that successive
slits will be made in the inner marginv of the
strip which will facilitate the laying of the strip
along the curved sides of the insole ‘whether/the‘
curve‘is convex or concavei-l If, however; the r'el-' ‘ ;
arm willv depress the sleeve
I88 ' and,‘ ‘acting
through thespring I96, will yieldinglyT depress ‘the
ative movement between'the knifefland‘its co
operating edges is greater, both‘ed‘ges of the knife
will cut through the margin "oflthei strip, making
carrier I14 andjofcourse', the strip-guide since
the body portion'uIM'thereof is ?xed to the car
therein an L-shaped slit.‘ Thefe'ed movements
rier. - .The feed foot‘ I80 on the strip guide shell
of the strip through the guide are ‘less than the
I08 is also depressed yieldingly.
length of the edge I54 “and thereforeifas'the rel
ative cutting ‘movement'- is!» repeated after‘ each
feed movement of, the strip," th inner ‘margins of
the‘strip will be completely out away-L '
This action is deslrabl'e‘when’the strip
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applied at the toe end of thein'soile‘ to ‘avoid'the
formation of a bunch "of pleats mime marginlof
the strip. The edges I56," I58 are ‘inclined at
about 10° to the knife edges ‘I50, I54 so that the
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Theyoke‘ =I 84‘ is operated to'impart to-and-fro
or feed movements to‘ the carrier ‘I14, the strip
guide-assembly (Fig. 8) and the feed foot I80
carried "thereby. For this purpose (Fig. 21)'the
55 yoke has mounted for horizontal sliding move
ment therein a block 2I4 vwhich is‘engagedby a
free end of the edge I50 and progressing vtoward
its point of intersection ‘with the‘ledgewll54'ahd
pin 2I6' mounted eccentrically on. the ‘shaft 34
(Fig. 2).. which imparts .upiand-down and‘ to-and
fro movements, that is; orbital movement, to the
yokeiI84; The block has 3a stem. 2I8 (Fig. 3)
extending through a retaining plate‘ 220 held by
screws 222 to a face on theiyoke 184.5 .The plate:
thence‘to the free end of TtheI-edgePIS4l‘
220 is counterbored to ' receive a“ compression
edges act‘to produce a‘shear‘cutbeginning‘at the
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spring 224 one end‘ of‘ which rests against the
I04 by screws I60 (Fig. 8) whi'dh'bXtEnd through 65 block '2I4' and thelother end against, the plate.
The stem 2| 8 extends :farenoughgbeyond “the
vertically- elongated ‘holes “I 62‘ in the shell (Fig. 9)
plateto receive a collar 226and-anut 228. It
and are threaded into the: body portion‘. I04.
will be seen that thenutlimits movement ofthe
Screws‘ I64 (Fig. 8) are lthreaded= into 1the body
block in‘response to ‘the spring 224 and that, if‘
portion with their ‘heads ‘engaging-the ‘shelliso
that when the screws I 60 are loosened-the screws 70 movement of the yoke I84 to the'right is arrested,
The shell I08 ‘is secured ‘to the’ body1 portion
I64 may be turned to adjust the-edge156‘toward
the knife to establish and maintainliiwhen ‘the
the spring will yield. With the'mechanism thus
far described-‘it will‘ be. seen that the yoke I84
will receive‘its :full-orbital'movement from the
edge I50 onltheknifej Likewise; by loosening the
eccentric piif 2I6,;the‘y'okeslidingup andldowni
onrth'e ’sleeve“l88 and therpylindricalportion of;
screws I80 are itightenedfthe‘ prOperYcuttiDg re
lation-Ibetween the edge‘ I 56 5on- the? shell ‘and 1the'
downwardly extending arm 252 pivoted at 254
the carrier I14 and swinging to andfro; about
the pin 204. Assuming now. that the carrier I14
to a connecting rod 256 formed as an extension
is moved ‘downwardly as soon as the leftwise
of an eccentric strap 258 (Fig. 2) which cooper
movement of the yoke I84 begins, the foot I80
ates with a cam or eccentric on the main shaft
will engage the insole and the insole will be fed
34. Thus, the up-and-downmovements of the
the same distance as the strip is fed by the ?n
carrier I14 are .e?ected in timed relation to the
gers I I0 and H2 during the leftwisemovement
orbital movements imparted to the yoke I84 by’
of the yoke I84. If, however, during the down
the eccentric pin 2 I6 on the shaft 34. The eccen
ward movement of the yoke, it is, moved to the
tric strap 258 and its operating cam or eccentric
left before the feed foot 180. engages the insole, 10 may be of the same. construction as that dis
the strip will be fed farther than the insole is
closed in my prior patent above mentioned.
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fed, thus avoiding’ tension on thestrip and con
p The means for pressing or hammering the wide
sequent distortion of the insole; To effect this
flange of the strip to effectits attachment by
preliminaryleftwise movement of the yoke, there
cement to'the insole will now be described. As.
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cated; block v230 betweenthe ears of which is. piv-
already indicated, when the insole is presented
to-the machine and the tableraised by depressing
oted a'roll ‘232, and on an arm 234 secured to the
frame is mounted a, cam 'block' 236 in position
to be engaged at times by the roll‘ 232. The arm
234 is secured to the frame by two bolts 238, 20.
the treadle 52, the feather portion of the insole
and the outer ?ange. of the strip will be pressed
upwardly against the surface 12 of the yielding
presser member 10,’ The inner ?ange of the
240 (Fig. 3), the bolt 240 passing through a slot.
strip, as illustrated in Fig.7 '1, has two thicknesses
in the arm so that when loosenedxthe arm may
of material. in the» portion next to the rib R, and
is mounted in a recess in the yoke I84 a bifur
be turned about the bolt 238 to adjust the cam
a single thickness in its inner portion, the por
block 236 vertically. This adjustment may be
tion of singlethickness being that upon which
effected by a screw 242 threaded through the 25 the knife I32 acts.
arm 234 with its lower end engaging the head»
1 The portion of double thickness should be firm
frame 32.
ly forced against the insole throughout the oper
The cam block 236 (Figs. 3 and 21) has at the.
ation .and for this purpose a presser 260 is pro
- left‘ a cam face the upper part of which is far.
vided. The presser 260 (Fig. 2) is formed on or
ther to the right than the lower part. ' During the 30 secured‘ to- an arm 26-2 ?xed to a rockshaft 264
orbital movement of the roll 232 due to the action
of the eccentric pin 2.16 on the yoke I84, the roll
journaled in‘the block 18 which is mounted on
the slide 80.
On the rockshaft 264 is a for
will ?rst engage the upper part of the. cam face,
wardly extending arm 266which (Fig. 1) is con
the spring 224 being, if necessary, compressed.
nected by a universal joint 268 to a sleeve 210.
This engagement of the roll with the cam deter 3.5 Thejoint need notbe further described since it
mines the movement of the feed ?ngers H0, H2
is fully disclosed and claimed in my prior Let
and strip guide body portion I04 toward the
ters Patent of the United States No. 2,173,155,
right and hence the amount which the strip will
granted September 19, 19,39. Extending. freely
be fed when the ?ngers and strip guide assembly
into the sleeve 210 is a rod 212 carrying a trans
move toward‘the left. As the: orbital movement 40 verse ,pin 214 which engages longitudinal slots
of the yoke I84 continues, the roll 232. will move.
216 in opposite sides of the sleeve 210.‘ The
downwardly and engage the lower portion of the
cam face and‘ be moved“ toward the left, causing
further compression of the'spring 224.
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curs before the‘feed foot I80 engages the insole
and hence the insole is fed a less; distance than
the strip isfed, The timingof the parts is such
that the arm 206 on the rockshaft 208' will :be
operated to depress the carrier‘ I14 and ‘hence
the feed foot I80 after the 'roll 232‘ has" moved
more or less. down along the face. .on the cam
block 236 ‘depending on its heightwise adjust
ment. The portion of the leftwise ‘movement
of the'yoke I84 by the 'eccentric'pin 2.116 which
upper end portion of the rod 212 is threaded and
screwed into a connector 218 forming part of a
universal joint. 2801 similar to‘ the joint 268. The
rod 212 is locked in the connector 218 by'a nut
282. Between nuts 284' threaded onv the rod
212 and a nut 286 threaded on the sleeve 210 is
a compression spring 288which tends to hold
the‘ pin 214 against the upper‘ends of the slots
‘21,6 inthe sleeve 21.0. “Tension of the spring
288; may, of course, ,be varied by, adjusting the
nuts 284, The universal joint 280 is between
the connector 218 and arr-armv 290 rigidwith
the rocker 201, _, Movement of the arm will 1m:
occurs after the feed foot L80 engages'the insole 55 part,downwardv movement. to the pressure 260,
is utilized to feed ‘the insole.
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"By adjusting thecam block vertically by the
_means above described, the amount of'leftwise
movement imparted to "the strip guide by the
.cam‘ 236 before the foot I80 engages theinsole
maybe varied and hence the amount of feed
causing itxto. oscillate about the center of‘ the
shaft 264 which is so located (Fig. 22) that the
presser has a component of movement toward.
the rib R to‘insure the application of pressure
closely in» the acute anglebetweenthe rib and the
movement imparted to the strip before the-insole
wide ?ange of the strip-S, the amount of pressure '
being ‘determined “ by the compression of the
begins to be fed. After the foot I80v engages the
insole, the remaining “left’wise movement of'the
the rib is limited by its contact‘with a surface
yoke I84 is imparted to'the f'eed foot (I80: to
202 on the. presser110.
feed the insole as well as'the strip.' The falling
of the strip relatively to the insole thusxproduced
prevents distortion of the insole by application. of
“The thinner inner marginal~ ‘portion of? the
?ange is ,acted'upon'by'a second presser 300,
the. strip thereto, as may happen if‘the‘stripi is
under tension when applied.
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Up-and-down movements are‘ imparted to. the
carrier rod I14,'the strip guideand. ‘fee'dfoot I280’
in proper timed relation to the movements of the
spring 288.“ Movement of the presser toward
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.
;
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3
referred to herein for the sake of distinction as
a, hammer, though its action is similar to that
70 of the presser 260. The hammer 30.0 ,(Fig. 22)
is on an arm 302- pivotedat 304 tothe arm 262
and is held in operative relation to the presser
2601by1- a. toggle comprising links-306, 308 con-
yoke I84 by oscillation Iofthev arm I06, as above
nected by a Pin 3I-0 having’ asball end. ‘The link
Stated; For‘ this purpose, they rocker 1201 has; a 75 306 is pivoted at 31 M0 the hammer arm 302, and
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v
“A ‘)
the link; 3G8 rispivoted at 314 to an arm 3| Esrigid
M343 having similar,.reces_ses.{‘Theball end of‘ the
‘of
pinthe
3llliis?ttedi
baraorvlink
in; 338.,andis
the recessyinathe.
held bly‘the
inner‘ end
cap, i
with the rockshaft-W264. YStraightening-emove
ment of :the (toggle islimitedby a plate;3l8 .se
cured tolthelink 303. The platewhen thetoggle
is straight, engages‘the link 308 to .rprevent‘iure
piece 342wh'ich. is secured overit by screws 344.. " The cap'piece 3'43 .islsimilarly,connectedto the‘ ‘
ther movement (at the toggle joint. .> ,Whenthe
toggle 336, 338 isstraightand thetrpressert-z?ll“
to the arm 332.. v
a r
The voperating arm 32$.(Fig. ‘4) .is pivoted at
clockwise movement of the rockshaft 264Lto swing W348 tosa link 350.v the oppositeeend of which is,
the arm 293 and arm 356 downwardly, theyfasr
ipit‘fotedtati352to anlarm 354. of 'anangle lever.
pivoted-at 356‘to theiframe‘32v; the other“ armv
sume,‘
shown with
in Fig.
‘respect
7 (‘where
to itthe
willwork,
be noted
the. ‘that
position.‘
the, » 1358 of the anglelever .being, pivoted at 3613 to3 a
acting-‘face of ‘the hammer 300‘ is slightly below
‘cable
to the362,
‘right-hand
The cable
sideHof-the
passes~~underlarpulley
machine. and then‘
334. ‘
that of the presser 280 to compensate‘lfor. the
less thickness of the inner marginal Lportionpf 15 over a»-pulley..366~ (Fig. 2)’ tea kneelev‘er 338
and the hammer 335] have been eoperated by ,t q
to which. it is ?xed at 310. The lever 358 has'a
lateraltportion 1312 with an upright extension
be
Fig.clear
6, the
that
hammer
when the
300wvill
toggle.
belifted
is broken,,
out of
asiin.
its . 3 374. The lateral-portion 31-245“ fulcrulmedate-‘316.v l. T1
i to a Strut 318.dependingfromthe-frameil; its 1
operative relation to the presser ‘Y26!! and ren
the flange upon which it operates. It will also
dered-inoperative, the presser‘260 continuing to
20 clockwise movementqbeing' limited ‘by a stop screw .v
oscillate as before about the center of the shaft
380" on the strut 318 in‘ position. to engage.‘ thev
264.
upward~extension-3'|4., The knee 1eYerr3-‘é8. is I
w
The mechanism forycontrolling .the togg1e>.3?6.
308 comprises‘a bracket 320 (Fig. 4) (‘?xed by
screws touthe head frame 32. Inrthe ‘depending
end of the bracketlisi'journaled a rocksharft ,324.
7 ble
provided
will-,movethe
pad 390
with
movement
alink
vertically
38-offorwardly
which
fandlaterally
toward
toybreak
the.
adjustaé
right
‘the..
25,
Fast on the‘rockshaft is an operating arm 326
which-isi moved'lmanually in a manner to ‘be =de~l
scribed.;~Referring now toiFig.-.,22.lin which the
toggle 3B6; 308aand thus move_the..hammer~3ii?.
_
out of/ operative ‘relation tothepresser 260 with-H u 1
out a?ectingthe operationwofithe presser. ‘.Upon? ‘ (4
release; of.‘ the knee lever 1.363 ahtension' spring
bracket5320 r and the operating 3251-iare'0mitted
v39.‘!
link- (Fig.
350 and
‘2) ‘connected;
a pinnon‘a‘bracketY‘SSZ-secured
betweenria spin‘ onlthe/
to .7
for thesake-Qf‘ clearness, itg-willbe seen that there .
are on- the shaft 324‘ a member having three
--'the frame 32 ,(Fig. ehr‘eactsitostraighten the
toggle 306, 3,08 and‘restore‘,the,hammer-.;30?,to' i
arms 3'28,‘ 329,andl 333, which member is ?xed
‘operative ‘position; it
l
to the;sha‘ft,--and arms ‘332,1 334‘which are loose
thereone g-Aitorsioni spring 335 isscoiledv about; the ,35: Movement: :ofthe‘ angleulever 3354; 3.58 ‘clocks .»_ ‘
- wise, or‘ in toggle-straightening.direction, .1111. re- .
rockshaft and has- one 'end, engaginga pin ‘333 ;on
the arm 329 ‘and- the ‘other end‘ engagingwa pin. ~~~sponsetoithe'springa39l; is- adjustably'limited. .
> (Fig. 2)';byva stop?screw 394.,engagingthe arm 4
33"! onthe arm 334;; The spring ‘therefore tends
to turn the, arm counterclockwise, which i'IIOVB-r
a 354 and intheroppositey directionby astop" screw
ment is “controlled bin-engagement of the pin 1‘33'! 40, 396, the stop-screws being threaded through ears
thereontwith'the arm 330 of ‘the three-armed ‘
on the bracket- 392.‘ 1M
memberuiwhich‘, being ?xed to the rockshaft 324,
>
' nected
i The arm
to means
334 loose
a for- controlling
on the~rockshaft
the actiontof
‘324‘is‘con7.
the .= . , ‘
allows ‘it 1 to ‘i move counterclockwise ~ when the
rockshaft is‘ turned in that direction; >
slashing
400 to theand
yoketrimmingknife
l84- (Figs: {1 zand?)
I32. ,islatbracket-w
“Secured-i ‘at V it
The arm as; istconnectedl-bya link 338‘130?
the ballrended pin ?lly-forming the Joint ‘of the 1: ~liupperapart402 to» whichglis
otthebr-acket:
pivoted at~‘4.li4.~
402 hastwo,
a-lever 406.,
ears The
4B8,“
.l.
hammer;~togg1e 336,- 368; and on~-the~; arm‘ 332
is a lug 339 which lies‘ between stop screws 340, »'=4I0 (Fig. 22).overhangingthe-lever 406,-the ‘ears '
being threaded to receive-respectivelyscrews 4J2,v
34! on‘ theiai'ms 328, ‘329, respectively, oft-the
three-armed; members:
50 M4.
,
Movementyrofwthe ‘operating-‘arm; 326
counter-i‘ -.
clockwise (Fig. 4) ‘i will therefore-cause thegscrew‘
340, after- "3111‘ adjustable, amountof 510st: motion,,;
The screw -4l-2 -'1imitS-§C1OQkWiSe ~movement
w of the, lever‘ andthescrewAH. may limit counter-l.
t
_.
‘4 to
clockwise
permit movementthereofon
some movement ofthedever.»
may bebaeked
A‘ comoff i .I.
. . .v
to engage ‘the lug 339 yand'fmove the ‘arm i332,inta.
directionwto ‘break the toggle 306,- 338‘ and move~
the hammer ,300-‘outcof‘operative position: {He
1 ~ repression}
holds
both screws:
thellever
spring
willrbeseti-lup
vlagainst
‘413, on the
'the‘SC-I“€W,--,4i;2::
againstnt-heilever
screws-414', however,~
In use,
v:to ‘ ._ - l
verse ‘movement of, the arm 326: will- cause the
a 1 hold the ‘lever 406 positively against-movement on.“
screw 34! to‘engagethe 1ug‘339 and- straighten,
the toggle‘ 306; 308‘ tmrender-the hammen3il0:
-, ‘(its pivot 404m
.1
1
‘ Pivoted ‘at I423 to: one end
60 link 422~and to thisis-pivoted hylanpin 424 having i, . ‘I
With therhammer toggle straight, ‘:as shown in l 2:; v‘a ball end; aseconde-linkl 42Biwhich=has;a»ho1e _ - ~
~in its lower end to engage ,a-ping428ion=the knife .7
Fig. 2,,it willhe seen that considerahleimovee
operative:
v
a‘
ment of-the operating arm 326 is possiblerbefore
‘a I32 (Fig. 13);‘
The ‘ball ~pin424l (Fig. 22) at the‘
3joint of "thetoggle-1422‘i 426 is connectedbyr a
before-disturbingythe straight “position ‘of wthe» 65> link 43!! ‘to alaball-tended ‘pin 4132 on‘- the arms334.
toggle; ' {During “this initial “movements, of the ‘ .» The balleends oftpins 424, 432-larearsecured to the
operating: arm; the arms 333,-’ 334 willibe mQVedT
counterclockwise,-;; being held togetherwby' the
~ link 430 vby cap‘ pieces , 434-, ‘ 436tin, a manner sim
‘ . ilar to that described-‘With-respect to thelink 338;
spring‘ 335x This initial movement zof “the” arm . i The link 4313; however, is-vprovided- with alengthe“ 1
:wise adjustmentw-The cap‘ piece 434 ,isiastenedw. ‘ l
334 is: utilizedto control the slashing‘ function
to a member having-a threaded stem 442l-which- -.
of the knife ;I32.~ Further movement of the Farm,
334 causes . the - knife to‘ perform its‘ trimming l i ‘ -'is screwed into'a hexagonal sleevev444having~the
outer part of its ‘.lhole unthreadedzd Into the uni-k
fUIICtiOIL?S will ‘be hereinafteri‘explained._
threadedmartzof-lthe hole projectsaistem “Eon-f‘ ‘
sphericalirecessj insteaqh ‘endand; capt'?pieqes "1.342%;
‘:9; memben448; to vwhichrithe outericaplipiece 436»- -
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is pressed on the insole. If the toggle, 422,426 is
is secured. The sleeve 444 isheld‘bya set screw '
broken slightly, the, relative movement between,
450 to the stem 446 by loosening which the ‘sleeve '
may be turned to vary the length'of the link;
It will now be apparent that in'operating along
the knife and the co-operating edges will be less
, and only the knife edge I50 will engage the strip‘
a straight, or nearly straight, sidev of an insole.
the parts'will be positioned as shown in Fig. 22, ,
and, cooperating withthe ‘edge I 56, will merely“
cut a straight slash from-its edge inwardly, the ' ' ’
the toggle 306, 308 being straight to hold the”
hammer 300 in operative position to engage the
slashing being done, of course, just‘as the strip
422, 426. In that case, the spring 335 will yield
and the toggle would not be straightened.‘ Ini
The presser 260, however, will continue to oper
leaves the strip guide and before it is acted upon
inner margin of the strip S andthe toggle422, , .by the presser 260 and hammer 300., Thus, the
426 beingbroken to render the ‘slashing and 10' slashed strip is free to be conformed to the cur
trimming knife I32 inoperative; The arms 330
vature of the insole before it is attached thereto.
‘and 334 act as one, the spring 335 which holds
When the toggle 422,‘ 426 is straight and the
the pin 33‘! on the arm 334 against the arm 330
margin of the strip is being cut away, the toggle
preventing breakage should movement of the
306, 308 will be broken’and the hammer 300 will
knife I32 for any reasonbe obstructed when the 15 be inoperative so as not to engage the cut-off
knee lever is actuated to straighten the toggle
pieces and cause them to adhere to the insole.
ate on the thicker portion of the ?ange and cause
tial counterclockwise movement of the rockshaft
it to be attached to the insole.
324 by the knee lever will swing the arm 330 20
It is to be understood that the insole W (Fig.
counterclockwise and also the arm 334 which is
20) will be prepared by having pressure-respon
held against it by the spring 335 to partially
sive cement. applied to the marginal portion of its
straighten the toggle 422, 426 and cause cooper
surface, at least from the breast line around the
ation of the longer edge I50>of the knife I32 with
forepart to‘the breast line, and that the strip S
the knife edge I56 on the strip guide shell ‘I08 25 will have similar cement on its attaching face.
to slash the thinner portion of the inner ?ange
The strip S will be threaded through the slot
of the strip S (Fig, 20)‘. The screw 340 (Fig. 22)
I00 (Fig. 8) in the strip ‘guide far enough to be
is set tolpermit this partial straightening of the
engaged by the surface ‘I2 (Fig. 7) of the yielding
knife toggle before the screw engages the lug 339'
presser ‘I0 when the, table is raised. By depress- 7
and hence‘ before the straight position of the 30 ing the treadle 52 to raise the table, the outer
hammer toggle 306, 30‘8is disturbed, thus permit
flange of the strip is gripped against the insole. 1
ting thehammer 300'to remain in position to
The machine, is then started and the inner flange
.press down'the slashed margin of'the strip.
of the strip laid by the presser 260 and the ham
I
However, when the knee lever 3907is moved
mer 300 on the insole in a location determinedby
as far as permitted by engagement of the arm 35 the edge gage 66 which is'set to locatev the strip ‘
354 with the stop‘sorew 396, the knife toggle will
be completely straightened, the upper ‘link 4220f
the toggle then engaging a surface 45I 'on’ the
farther inwardly of the insole in the shank por
tion than around the forepart. When the curved
ball portion of the insole is reached, the edge
lever 405 to cause the edge I54, of the knife I32
(Fig. 14) also to cooperate'with the edge I58
on the strip guide shell I08 to make an L-shaped
gage will be shifted forwardly to locate the strip
40
nearer the edge of the insole and, if desired, the
knee lever may be moved slightly toward the
out in the margin of the strip, which action, be- _
ing repeated‘ after each feed movement, will trim v
front of the machine to cause the edge I50 of the
knife I32 to slit the wide margin of the strip
away that portion of the strip completely’, ‘as
while the margin will be pressed ?at by the com
shown at the toe end of ‘the insole in Fig. 20. 45 bined action of the presser and hammer. As the
During the same movement of the knee lever
relatively straight side of the forepart is reached,
the screw 340 will engage the lug 339 and break
the action of the knife will be discontinued and
the hammer toggle to prevent action of the ham
when the toe is reached the knee lever will be
mer 300 on the trimmed-off pieces. I
moved again and farther in the same direction
Since, as described, the bracket 402 (Fig, 3) is 60 as’before to cause the hammer 300 to be thrown 7'
on the yoke I84, it will receive positive up-and
out of action and to cause both of the knife edges
down movement from the eccentric pin 2I6 on
I50, I54 to come into action, the cut beginning at
the main shaft 34, which movement, when the,
the free or front edge of the edge I50 extending
toggle 422, 426 is straight, will be communicated
progressively toward the angle between the knife
to the knife,,the positions of the cutting edges
I50, I54 of the knife being determined by ad
_ justment of the screws M2, M4.
The edges I56,
' ‘edges and then along the edge I54 to its free or
right-hand end, thus completing an L-shaped
After the next feed movement of the insole
I 58 which co-operate with the knife edges are
has been effected by movement of the feed foot
integral with the strip guide shell I08 and the
I80, the knife will again operate in the same‘
feed foot I80 the vertical downward movement
manner and, since the feed movement is equal to
of which is terminated by engagement with the
or less than the length of the edge I54, a rec- ‘
insole W. This arrangement causes a relative
tangular chip will be severed from the "thinner
movement between the edges‘ I50, I54 of the knife
portion of the inner ?ange of the strip. Since
and the edges I56, I58 of the shell of the strip,
the hammer 300 is now inoperative, there is no
guide, causing the knife to cut through the mar 65 danger of the chips being pressed upon the ce
gin of the strip, making an L-shaped slash there
mented surface of the insole and they are free to ‘
in. That is, the downward movement of the
be removed. Along the second side of the fore
yoke I84 carrying the bracket1402 actsthrough
part the knife will be thrown out of operation.
the straightened toggle 422, 426 on the knife I32
and the strip will be laid as at the ?rst side of _
to move it down relatively to the now 'station-' 70 the= forepart and, when the ball portion is
ary strip guide shell I08, causing the knife edges
I50, I54 to cooperate with the edges I56, I58 on
the strip guide‘shell I08 (Fig. 14) and cut'an
L-shaped slash in the-inner margin of the strip
S just as it leaves'the strip guide and before it
out.
' reached, the knife may be caused to make a few
slashes tofacilitate laying the strip at the ball
curve.
The knee lever will now be released and
the edge gage will be shifted to its ?rst position
for ‘laying-the‘strip along: the shank portion to
the breastvline, and whenwthat isx-reachedrthel ‘
Having tthus describedumy “invent-iongwhat I5,
machine'rwill be-‘stoppedw'; :< '1
claim-xas'xnew and desire to'xsecure‘byvLetters
It is now-necessaryto sever the’ strip and for‘
~ 'PatentiofzthezUnited States is: - - .-
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this purpose a knife and‘ operating mechanism‘
1. In a machine-fort applying ,ribbedstrips-to
therefor, as shown in Figs...15, 16 and'l7, are‘ pro- -5 :1ns01es;:m“eans for supporting andfeeding the in
videdtwThe knife comprises a-blade ‘460', am‘ane ‘ , sole, .‘meansaincluding: a; guide: for feeding the
gular‘shank 462, a*cutting.tedge 464"3.nd‘~'a,“inQI1-, ~.-""strip, an‘dmeanslcarried:bytheguidefor slashing
cuttingrportionl??." The shank-462 is-s'ecuredi'at
’ vthe Stripn'i"
468 torarlever 5410 pivoted between-:itsends at 4121‘,
V
2. In a machine foroapplyingstrips toinsoles,
to a lever 474 fulcrumed at 416 to an car on the- '10 'anninsolerysupport;:means, for pressing ‘the strip
frame '32:“: Between its'ends-lthe lever 4;'I4,-is=piv- ‘ on the-,marginrofr-the insole, ‘a guide for. the strip ’
oted atvHik-tosa?‘link~48lltheotherw'end/of-which V 1 aboveithe‘rsupport; means-in‘the guide :for‘feed
is pivoted-at1482?to~an,arm-4841'of'a lever ful-- :
crumed‘at-ABS on the, frame-32 andhavinga-rear
ing thea'zstrip, and means ‘carried by the guide
» ‘for slashinga margin- of ‘the strip.
I
arm 488 which is connecteditoia tread1e=rod~49l 15
‘3. Ina machine for applying strips to insoles, leading-i-to-a treadlee-492, the- treadle erodzbeing
an insole support, :means' for pressing the strip
held raised by arspring 494; -A-tension spring 496
on the» margin of'ithe insole; a guide for the strip
weaker than the spring‘494‘1 is vconnected between - above the support, feed pawls vin the strip guide,
a pin 498‘0n the lever Mll~and-‘a,1pin,50ll'on' the -
‘ meansnforzoperating the guide ;to feed the strip
frame 32.v The spring holds thelreare arm of the 20 and the‘insole, and .meanecarried by‘ the guide ‘
lever 4101 against the, joint 4B2 connecting the
1, for slashingra margin :of'the strip.
‘
‘
i '
‘
link “Otto-the arm 48k, Partial depression: of - . 4. Inia machine 'for applying F?anged, ribbed
the treadle will move the mechanism from the
, StI‘lDS‘JtOIiinSO1€S,,;m8aI1S'fOI' pressing thev ?anges '
position shown. ‘in Figs15to that shownin Fig. 16, -- _ of the strip on .the‘insole, a guide for ‘the strip,
during-which ‘movement the ~ spring-.496;- holds .25 ‘a knife having; aicuttingedge on its lower end
the lever Milagainst the-joint 482. .The knife,"
and mounted: for‘ reciprocation approximately in
when in this‘position, projects forwardly, through a; * a verticalzdirectioneadjacent~to“said guide, and
a space between the presser ‘260‘and1 the ‘knife’ . it -means \ fortrelatively: operating the knife ‘ and
carrier “)6- and over the insole beyond the inner
guide to :‘slash one- of the ?angestof the strip
edge .of the strip. Further depression .of the 30' prior tothevoperationotthe ‘pressing meanst
treadle moves the joint at-482away from the,»
r
lever MIL-leaving the knife 460 held against'the q —
5. In a machine :for: applying ‘strips to insoles,
an L-shaped knifekmounted for reciprocation in
work by‘ the spring 496, and still furthendepresw: <2 apprOXima-tely a‘ vertical direction, and means
sign of the treadle causes the knife to. move~g-,_,~fOr operatingwthe knife'zto one extent to slash
bodily rearwardly of the machine and trans: ‘35;;one' of the margins of‘ the "strip or to a greater
versely across the strip to sever it.‘ eThe edgeAM‘,» ‘\‘-€Xtent ‘to. remove it.
~
of the knife cutsthrough the-materialofthestrip -‘
6. In . a machine forjapplying ribbed strips '
and is prevented from cutting, into1 the insole by , ' 2 havingitwo attaching ?anges .to‘insoles to form
the non-cutting portion 466. The cut‘ extends y 'a sewing rib thereon,'a~guide for the strip, means ‘
across the strip, severing‘the rib R and %the router ‘:401f01‘pressingboth ?anges 0f the Strip 011 the in
?ange, the knife stopping, with themQnJ-cutting
»_sole to cause them to- adhere thereto, means for
edge portion resting on the; insole. ::'I'he trans-i:
feeding thexinsolep and means operable at will
lation' of the knife during its cutting-:stroke' is- - ‘whenapplyingtherstrip along the curved edges
of, the rinsolelforrslashing the inner ?ange of the '
effected by ‘therupward bendingzof- a toggle com
prising
clear
from
theFig.
link17.-.-,_Whenithe
48!]- and- the‘arm
treadle'isreleased,
484, as will be1.~45;strip.
" '7. In a machine for applying ?anged, ribbed
the knife mechanism‘returns'to itsorigina'liposi-r
_ strips‘ toxzinsolesrto. :form sewing ‘ribs thereon,
tion, as shownin‘Fighl?. 5' ,
,
.
,
means for'applyinglthe-flangesto one ‘face of an
In connection with the'operationpf applying-‘ix :insole‘twith the" rib lying parallel to the edge of >
the strip to the insole, it is desirable to remover: .thet insole, .means 1 fordfe‘edingethe" strippvand
from the insole the corner. ofithe ,edgefacewhich 11.4 means between the-applying means and the strip
is adjacent to’ the table 40.‘, For this purpose 1, : feeding means for slashing'oneof-the‘?anges
the device shownimFigs. 18¢ and'19: is provided.“ ":"of the strip.
‘
The edge gage 66 has a‘ toothed:shankconnected : 1 8. In :'a ‘machine for, applying ?anged‘, ribbed
with mechanism operated; by the tha‘ndlegiB '(Fig. 155 ristrips 'i'tov insoles towform sewing ribs thereon,
l) for moving the gage towardsand' from they rx-meansifor progressively bringing ‘the insole and
center‘ of the work table 40,, as disclosed'ninmy... vthe strip into contact valong-‘a line generally
prior Patent No. 2,326,119'above referred to.» The ‘
similar togthe‘outlinerof the insole, and means
edge gage is slotted at 502‘ and throughithe slot \‘ we ‘ for cuttin'gli'successiveslashes" across one of the
extends a cap screw- 594 threaded: into a .‘knife 2.6'0',?angeszh'ofrthei' strip prior *to its‘ being brought
‘555, the screw holding .-,the :knife ?rmly :againstws into contact with the insole. s i
the under side of the edge gage andpermitting
9. In a machine for applying ribbed‘strips
adjustment of the knife substantiallyradially:of
‘shaving flangesto insoles, means‘ for pressing the
the table. 7 The outer end ofzthe;knifeyxi'allliI is, z :flange's upon the-insole, 'means for feeding ‘the
formed .with‘a cuttingaaedge ‘508,-atanwangle-hof" .?5tstrip step.‘v by step, means‘for ‘feeding the insole
about 30‘ degrees ‘to the plane ‘ofthe table and: so ,
disposed with respect. to the insole-engaging face
‘1 at a lesswratethan the‘ strip is ‘fed, and means 1
or slashing one ?ange‘ioflthe' strip in timed. rela- -
in
of the
contact
edgewith
gagethe
that,
edge
as'the
gage,rinsoleisrfedtalong
then lower corner 1;.’ 1 ' ion
10. tortheafeedingisteps.
In‘ a machine for applying ‘?anged, ribbed
of the edge face of the insole will ‘be’; chamfered ~70>1strips to insoles, means ‘for pressing the ?anges
off.
The chip removed by the knife passes out- 1. upon one face ofdthe‘ insole so that the rib ex
from under the edge gage through aggroove or '. tendsiinv a‘lineegenerallytsimilar'to the shape of
passage- 5H),» on the, under sideiof'theedge gage,
he insole; and. means»comprisingrvinclined' cute’
said passageghaving outward-1y i?aringzside; walls
to affordrfreetpassageioiathegstrips .:.l;:
ing edgesyfor slashing the inner ?ange progre‘sl 7'
"15 -_sively from its edge toward the ~base-ofuthe‘ rib. I‘
'
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15
16
11.’ In a-machine for applying?anged, ribbed.
19.~In a-machinefor applying to insoles ribbedv
strips to ‘insoles to ‘form sewing ribs xthereon,
means for applying the-?anges toone face-of
the insolewith ‘the rib lying substantially par.
strips having wide inner ?anges, meansfor feed
.- ing the‘. ins0le,j means for pressing the strip on ,
the insole adjacent to-the- inner side‘ of the rib,
allel to the edge of‘ the insole, and means for slash- '
. ‘means acting upon'ithe portion of the strip eX- .
tending inwardly beyond said pressing means for i >
ing one of the. ?anges at points near together and
along lines extending transversely of'the flange-p
pressing ‘that portion against the insole, and
toward the rib prior to application of the slashed
portion ofithe strip to the insole;
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means :for ‘slashing the inner margin of the strip,
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12. In a machine for applying strips to insoles, 10'
an L-shaped knife mounted for, endwiserecipro- >
prior'to its "being acted upon 'by' said pressing
means.v
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20. In a machine for applying to insoles ribbed"
cation'with one portion of ‘its edge substantially
strips having narrow outer ?anges and wide inner
perpendicular .to the direction of feed and an
?anges, means for feeding the insole, means for
other portion extending in'the direction of feed, ‘ ‘ 'pressing'theiinarrow ?ange and a portion of the ' '
and means vfor imparting to the knife different
inner ?ange‘adj acent to the rib ‘against the insole,
extents of reciprocation whereby one or both por
4 ‘means acting‘ ‘on a portionv of said ~wide ?ange ‘
tions of the knife come into action on the mar
extending ffarther inwardly of the'rib to press
ginal portion of the‘ strip. *
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’ that portion against the insole, and means for’
13. In a machine for applying strips to insoles,
slashing the inner margin of the wide ?ange.
means forisupporting an insole, means for press‘ 20
21. In a machine for applying to insoles ribbed '
ing the strip upon the insole,‘ a guide for the strip,
strips having wide inner ?anges, means for feed
ing the‘ insole, 'a'p'resser'for operating on the pore
tion of, the'wide ?ange'adjacent to-the rib,‘ a_
a feed pawl in the guide, a feed foot on the guide,
means for imparting a ‘four-motion movement to
the guidev to feed the strip and the insole, and a
knife on the guide for slashing the strip.
14. In a machine for adhesively applying
hammer mounted on said presser for treating the
remainderof said ?ange, and means for throw-V
ing the hammer into and out of operation.
22. In almachine for applying to an insole a
?anged, ribbed strips to ‘insoles to form sewing
ribs thereon, a guide for the strip, means for
ribbed strip having a wide inner‘mar'gi'n, a ‘presser’
feeding the insole, means for pressing a ?ange
acting to forceagainst-the‘ insole a portiongofl
of the strip on the insole, a knife mounted for 30 said inner ?ange adjacent to the rib, a hammer
reciprocation in a direction substantially perpen
mounted on said presser in position to act upon’
dicularto the plane of the insole, said knife
the remainder of said ?ange, a guide for the strip,
having a cutting edge extending transversely of ' an L-shaped knife‘ carried by the'guide, and
the line of feed, and means for reciprocating»
means for simultaneously‘ moving said hammer
the knife to cause it to slash the ?ange.
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15. In a machine for applying ?anged, ribbed
strips to insoles'to form sewing ribs therein, a"
guide ,for the strip, means for feeding the insole,
means for'pressing the ?ange of the strip on
the insole, a knife mounted for reciprocation in
a direction substantially perpendicular tov the
plane of the insole, said knife having a cutting
edge extending substantially in the direction of -
out of operative position and rendering the knife; ~ '
operative to remove the portion of the strip which
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would otherwisebe acted upon'by the'hammer. ‘ ‘
23. In a'machine for adhesively ‘applying strips
along'the‘ marginal‘ surfaces of work pieces hav
ing portions with sharply curved edges, the com
I ' bination of‘intermittently acting means for press
> ing the margin of the strip which is on the inner
side of the curved edges and in which wrinkles
the line of feed, and means for reciprocatingthe
>would' be formed by bending the strip laterally
knife to cause it to cut through the ?ange longi 45 Ito’. follow said curve, an L-shaped knife, and
tudinally thereof.
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means‘ for discontinuing .the operation of .said'
16. In a machine for applying to insoles ribbed ‘ v‘pressing means-"andsimultaneously causing vop
strips having inner and outer ?anges, a guidefor > eration of the knife to remove'the inner‘ portion
the strip, means for pressing the ?anges upon
of the strip in which wrinkles would otherwise be
the insole, and a vertically reciprocating knife. 50
having an L-shaped cutting edge adjacent to
24. In a" machine for applying to an insole a
the guide, said guidehaving thereon edges co.
ribbed strip having a wide inner ?ange, means
operating with the edge of the knife.
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for pressing ‘the strip upon the insole adjacent
formed.
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17. In a machine for applying ?anged, ribbed
to the rib; separate means for‘ pressing the inner '
strips to insoles, a guide for the strip, means 55 margin. of the strip upon the insole, a‘ guide for
for pressing the strip upon the, insole, a ver- .
the strip, an L-shaped knife carried by the guide, ,
tically reciprocating knife havingv an L-shaped
means for causing the action of said separate
cutting edge adjacent to the guide, said guide
means to be discontinued, and means for simul
having thereon edges co-operating with the'edges
taneously setting the knife in operation to remove
of the knife, and means ‘for adjusting the co-oper 60 the portion of the strip which would otherwise be
ating edges to secure a proper cutting relation
acted upon by said separate means.
between them.
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18. In a machine for applying ,to insoles ribbed
25. In a machine for applying ‘to insoles ribbed '
strips having inner and‘outer ?anges, a guide for' >
strips having inner and outer ?anges, a' guide for
the strip, means for pressing the ?anges upon 65
the insole, a vertically reciprocating knife having -'
an L-shaped cutting edge adjacent to the guidej
insole,‘ and a vertically‘ reciprocating knife having
an L-shaped cutting? edge adjacent to the guide,
said guide having thereon edges co-operatingwith.
the edge of the knife; the knife edge and the guide
the strip, means for pressing the ?anges upon the
said guide having ‘thereon edges co-operating with " ~
the edge vof the knife, the knife edge and the
edges being inclined to each other' at substan
guide edges being inclined to‘ each other to effect 70 tially ten degrees to effect a shearing cut on the‘
a shearing cut on the strip beginning at the
strip.
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‘edge of the inner ?ange, and means for moving
26. In a machine forapplying ?anged, ribbed
relatively the knife and said co-operating edges ' I strips to insoles, a hammer arranged‘ to act on to varying extents ~ whereby
slashed ,or ,trjimmed _ off. ,_ ‘
the strip may; :be
vone ?ange of the stripJ‘a toggle‘ through which
the~.; hammer is actuatedTwhenfithe toggle
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straight, aknifefor removing, the portion of the
?ange acted upon by the, hammer, a toggle
through, which the. knife. is operated. whenv the
toggle iSstraig-ht, andoperator-cont'rollecl means
for breaking one toggle and‘ straightening the
other..
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27;. In a machin'efor applying ?angedribbed
strips to insoles, a. hammer'arranged to act. on
one flangeofgthe. strip, ,a toggle through which
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34. In ‘a machine .for'adhesively applying strips
along themargina-l surfaces of; Work pieceshaving
portions with sharply curved edges, the combina
tionof intermittently acting means'f'or pressing
the margin‘ of the‘strip‘ which is on" the inner side
of‘ the curved edge and in which wrinkles would
be formed by bendingthe strip laterally to follow
a sharply curved edge, and- means-for discon
tinuingthe operation of said“ pressing meansiand
simultaneously causing the inner'portion of, the
the hammer is actuated when the toggle is 10
strip in which" the. wrinkles would" be formed‘ to
straight,-. aknife. for. removing the portion. of‘ the
be removed.
flange acted. upon by the, hammer,_ a toggle
‘35. In a machine for applying‘ a ribbed strip
through. which the knife is operated when‘the
having a. wide inner margin to animals, means
toggle is straight“,operatorecontrolled means‘ for
breaking one toggle and st'ra‘ighteningthe other, . for pressing the‘strip upon theinsole at each side
of the rib, separate means for" pressing the inner
and‘ yielding means. between‘ ‘the knife. toggle. and
margin of the'strip upon the insole, means'for
said‘operator-controlled‘means.
feeding the insole, means. for causing. the action
28; In a machine.‘ for applying a ?anged‘, ribbed
of said separate means to be discontinued‘, and
strip to insoles, a hammer. arranged to operate on
means simultaneously setin operation for remov
onel?ange‘ ofithe strip‘, a toggle through which
ing the portion of the strip‘ which is actedupon
the hammer. is. operated when the toggle is
by said separate means when‘ it"is in operation.
straight, a knife for. removing the portion of. the
‘36. In a machine for adhesively applying strips
?ange. acted upon by the hammer; a toggle
along the'marginal surfaces‘ of work pieces havL
through which theknife is operated when the
ing portions with sharply curved edges, thecom
toggle’ is straight,‘ operatorecontrolled means for
bination ofintermitt'entl'y'acting means for press
breaking one toggle and’straightening the other,
ing the'marginjof the'strip which, is on the inner
and means 'permitting‘th‘e knife toggle to be‘partly
straightened prior to'breaking the ‘hammer toggle.
side of the curved edge and in ‘which wrinkles
would be‘ formed‘ by bending the. strip’ laterally
29: In a. machine for. applying ?anged, ribbed
to follow a. sharply curved edge, an L-shaped
strips to‘ insoles; an oscillating‘hammer acting on
knife, and'means for discontinuing the operation
the margin of the strip,.a toggle through which
of saidpressing means and simultaneously caus
the hammer‘isoperated, a knife for slashing the
ing operation of‘ the knife to'remove the inner
flange, a. toggle through which the knife is oper
portion of the strip in which‘ the wrinkleswould
at‘echand manually. operated means for breaking
one toggle and‘ straightening the other.
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otherwise be‘ formed.
30. Ina‘ machine for applying ?anged, ribbed
37. In a machine for applying- a ribbed‘ strip strips to insoles; an‘oscillati‘ng hammeracting“ on
having- a wide inner. margin to‘an, insole, means
a'?angeiof' the strip; a toggle through which the
for pressingthestrip upon the insole at each side
hammer. is. operated, a knife for slashing the
of the rib, separate means for pressingthe inner
?ange; a: toggle" through. which the knife is op 40 margin of the strip. upon the insole;,a guide for
the strip, an L.-shaped'knife carried'by the guide,
erated; and‘ meansforybreaking' one. toggle and
straightening ' the. other, . said means ’ being‘ con
means . for. operating‘ the‘ knife, means .for feeding
struct‘ed'and“ arranged partially to straighten the
the insole, meansfor causing the action. of said
separate. means to be discontinued. and means
knife'toggl'e to cause'the knife to slash‘the ?ange
45 simultaneously setting theknife in operation to
without ‘affecting the hammer. toggle.
3-1. In a. machine‘ for applying flanged,‘ ribbed
remove the. portion of the strip which is acted
uponby- said separate means when it is. inopera
strips toinsoles, an oscillating'hammer. acting on
the. margin of.“the strip, a toggle‘ through which
tion.
the‘hammer is operated, a knife for slashing‘ said
38. In a machinefor applying, ribbed strips to
margin,,a toggle through which the knife is'op 60 insoles, a strip guide, means/for‘ advancing- the
erated, ,a rockshafthaving arms thereon, one arm
strip through the strip guidestep. by step,‘ a re
ciprocating‘ knife having a-cutting edge extending
being‘. connected‘ to the. hammer‘ toggle and; an
other. armb'ei'ng connected‘. to the knife toggle,
transversely of the strip at- right’ angles to its di
meansfor turning- the rockshaft to straighten one
rection of=feed, and an‘edge on the‘guide inclined
toggle and‘ break thepther, and means arranged 55 to the knife edge whereby‘ the reciprocationof‘the
topermit the knife toggle to. be partly straight
ened'iprior to breaking offthe hammer toggle.
32; In a‘ machine for ‘applying. to insoles a
ribbedistrip having awideinner ?ange, a pair of
knife slashes the strip with avshear cut.
39. In a machine for laying strips on insoles,
means for guidingthe strip into proper'relation
to; a:‘ supported, insole; means for‘ pressing" the
pressers- acting on the .wide. ?ange one near the rib 60 strip.‘ on‘. the insole, and’: a knife carried by‘the
and the other inwardly of, the rib, a knife for‘ re
guidingmeans andrarranged‘for- movement across
movingthe-part of. the stripiacted onfby the. in
the‘ plane‘ of the strip; the knife having an' L
ner présser, and means ‘for throwing the inner ‘ shaped cutting‘ edge'von its lower end- arranged to
presser out ofoperation andsimultaneously caus
65 co-operatewith surfaces on‘the guiding means,
ing, the-knife to operate.
said surfaces‘ being ~ so related to. the edges‘ of- the
33. In_ amachine- for .adhesively. applying strips
along the curved edges of work pieces, the combi
nation: of inte-rmittentlyyaoting means for caus
ing the strip to adhere to the work piece, and
knifegthat the) knife effects a progressive shear
ingj'eutfrom one?en'd’ of; its'cutting edge to the
other.
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40. In a machine for adhesively applying
means comprising cooperating cutting edges rela 70
?anged strips along the marginal surfaces of
tively operable at the, option of the operator for
work pieces, the combination of means for con
removing a portion of the strip in which wrinkles
tinuously pressing the outer ?angeon the insole,
would otherwise be formed by bending the strip
intermittently acting means for pressing the in
laterally to follow the curved edge of the work
ner ?ange of the strip, and means for discon
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tlnuing' the operation of said pressing means on
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49. In aimachine for applying? ribbed stripsto‘
a 'partof the width of the inner ?ange.
insoles, means for pressing the strip on the insole,
a guide for presenting the stripya'knife arranged
41.'In1a machine for applying ribbed strips
having narrow outer and Wide inner flanges to
insoles, yielding means for pressing the , outer
to move between the presser and the guide trans-v
versely of and above the strip to engage the ini
sole at a point beyond the strip and then to’move
outwardly of the insole to sever the strip, a spring
for causing downward movements'of the knife,
?anges] upon the insole, pressers, carried by the
yielding means for pressing different lateral por
tionsiofthe'inner ?ange of the strip upon the
insole, and means for operating the‘pressers.
and a toggle arranged to-‘eifect to-and-fro and
ff 42.111‘ a machine for applying‘ ribbed strips
having narrow outer and wide inner ?anges to
insoles, yielding means for pressing the outer
upward movements of the knife.‘
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‘ 50.v In' a machine for applying a ‘strip to; an
insole, a rotary table for supportingvjtheinsole,
?ange‘ upon the insole, pressers carried by the
means for pressing vthe strip] upon‘th'e insole, 'a
knife movable radially of j the table ‘toward’ its
yielding means for pressing different lateral por~
.tions of the inner flange of the strip upon the in- ‘
center out of contact with .the, strip, then, into
contact with the insole and then from thecenter
of the table to sever the strip,'v_a lever for guiding
sole, means for operating the pressers in unison,
and operator-controlled means for discontinuing
the operation of one of the pressers.
the knife in its radial movement, a t‘oggleffor
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'eifecting'movem'ents of said lever, and meansi'né
operating on insoles,
means for applying a ribbed strip to the marginal
portion of an insole to form a sewing rib there
on, means for removing a portion of the strip,
cluding the toggle and a spring for controllin
the heightwise movements of the knife.
‘and means for removing a corner of the edge face
of the insole.
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44. In a machine for vapplying ribbed strips to :
insoles, means for progressively applying a ribbed
strip to one side of an insole, means for progres
sively slashing the strip, and means for simulta
neously removing progressively the corner of th
edge face of the insole on its other side.
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45. In a machine for applying ribbed strips to
insoles,
means ' for
progressively
applying
a
ribbed strip to the upper side of an insole, an edge
gage for the insole, means for urging the insole
toward the edge gage, and a knife carried by the
edge gage having'a' cutting edge inclined to the
acting face of the edge gage for removing the
lower corner of the edge face of the insole si
multaneously with the application of the strip.
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insole, a knife for severing the strip‘ arranged ‘to
move forwardly between the pressing means and
the strip guide out of contact with the insole, then
downwardly into contact "therewith ‘and ‘then
rearwardly to sever the strip, a single toggle, and
levers connected therewith whereby ‘the recited
movements of the knife are effected by ?rst
‘straightening and then breaking the toggle.
52. In a machine for applying strips to insoles,
a strip guide, means for pressing the strip on‘thej
insole, a knife for severing the strip movable in
a vertical'plane between the ‘strip guide’ and- the
pressing ‘means and having a cutting‘ edge atan
acute,‘ angle to the plane 'of the insole, a lever
carrying the knife, a lever guiding the knifeffor
movement in said'plane,ia'single initially bent,
j 116. In a machine for applying ribbed strips to 40 manually operated toggle ‘connected to the guid
insoles, meansrfor pressing the strip on the in
ing lever for effecting forward ‘and rearward
sole, a guide for presenting the strip, a knife ar
ranged to move between the presser and the guide
transversely of and above the strip to engage the
‘insole at a point ‘beyond the strip and then to
move outwardly of the insole to sever the strip,
a toggle, and connections from said toggle to the
knife to effect the speci?ed movements.
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47'. In a machine for applying ribbed strips to
insoles, means for pressing the strip on the insole,
a guide for presenting the strip, a knife, and
means constructed and arranged to move the
knife between the presser and the guide trans
versely of and above the strip to engage the in
sole at a point‘ beyond the strip and then to move
the knife outwardly of the insole to sever the
strip,
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48. Ina machine for applying‘ribbed strips to
insoles, means for pressing the strip on the insole,
movements of the knife by ?rst straightening
the toggle and then breaking it, and a spring
connected to. the knife. lever tending to effect
' movementv of the knife, toward the insole, said
toggle vwhen operated acting to control vertical
movement of the knife toward the insole and
when released acting to move the knife vertically
away from the insole.
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53. In a machine for applying strips to insoles,
‘a strip guide, means for pressing the strip on the
insole, a knife for severing the strip movable in
‘a vertical plane between the strip guide and the
, pressing means, a lever on which said knife is
mounted, said lever extending at an obtuse angle
to the knife edge, a swinging lever supporting said
knife lever for movement in a plane extending
transversely of the rib, a horizontal toggle vcon
nected to said swinging lever normally broken
a guide for presenting the strip, a knife, means 60 downwardly and engaging‘ said knife lever, a
constructed and arranged to move the knife be
spring tending to hold the knife lever ‘against the
tween the pressing means and the guide trans-r
toggle, and means for ?rst straightening the tog
versely of and above the strip to engage theinsole ‘
gle and then breaking-it upwardly whereby the
at a point beyond the strip and then to move the
knife is moved in a vertical plane over the strip
knifeoutwardly of the insole to sever the strip, 65 out of contact therewith, then“ down against the
and a non-cutting surface adjacent to the end of
insole and then across the strip to sever it.
the knife edge to prevent cutting into the insole
while permitting the knife edge to sever the strip.
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51. In a machine for applying strips to insoles,
a strip guide, means for pressing the strip on the
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FREDERIC EiBERTRAND. ,
Certi?cate of Correction
Patent No. 2,410,004.
October 29, 1946.
FREDERIO E. BERTRAND
It is hereby certi?ed that errors appear in the printed speci?cation of the above
numbered patent requiring correction as follows: Column 8, line 55, for “pressure”
read Presser; column 9, line 30, after “operating” insert arm; column 10, line 25, for
the reference numeral “38” read 838; column 19, line 6, claim 41, for “?anges” read
?ange; and that the said Letters Patent should be read with these corrections therein
that the same may conform to the record of the case in the Patent Office.
Signed and sealed this 24th day of June, A. D. 1947.
[m]
LESLIE FRAZER,
First Assistant Commissioner 0 7‘ Patents.
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