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Nov. 12, 1946.
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H_ D_ HALEY ET AL ‘
2,411,035
FUNNEL GUIDE MOUNTING '
Filed ‘Jan. 51, 1945
INVEN TORJ
Ewan/M 6am '
Patented Nov. 12, 1946
2,411,035
‘ UNI TED STATES ‘PATENT OFFICE I
‘Hugh D. Haley, Drexel Hill‘, and .Hiram 1D,.
.Sc'ha?er, Boothwyn, Pa.,‘assignors'to American
Viscose Corporation, Wilmington, ‘Del., a cor
poration of Delaware
Application January 31, 1945, .Serial No. 575,448
8 Claims. (01. '57—761)
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parts is reduced. Other objects and advantages
of the invention will be apparent from the ‘fol
lowing description whenread in conjunction with
the accompanying ‘drawing, in’which
‘This invention relates to an improved funnel
guide mounting. More particularly the invention
relates ‘to a mounting for the funnel through
which ?lamentary ,material,.produced in vaccord
ance with the viscose .process, .for example, may
be ‘led into a. spinning bucket in which it is col
lected in the form of “an annulus.
‘The invention is concerned especially with
‘funnel mountings of the type shown in Rushton
1,672,691. adapted to swing the funnel into opera 10
tive position in the spinning bucket, and to swing
Figure 1 is a side elevation of the ‘improved
funnel mounting, in which the operative position
isshown in solid lines, and the inoperative posi
.tion is shown in‘ broken lines;
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Figure 2* is a plan view of vthe improved mount
ing; and
‘Figure 3 is a view taken on line III-III of
Figurer2.
the funnel clear .of the bucket when a “cake”
ogt?lamentary material collected therein is ready
In the drawingthere is‘ shown a portion of a
vfor do?ing.
spinning bucket .2 ‘provided with a cover v3. A
L'I'hetypeof mountingof which the present in 15 traverse rail 4 is provided to impart relative ver
vention visanimprovement comprises a support
tical reciprocal movement between the spinning
bucket i2 and the .funnel guide 5 for-laying the:
adapted .to be secured to the traverse rail of a
spinningmachine, means for holding the funnel,
?lamentary material in a .series'of layersagainst
and twoparallel ,pairs of arms arranged between
the inside wall of thevbucket. The ?lamentary
thevsupport and funnelholding means; and piv .20 material is ‘introduced into the bucket through
funnel .5 having a stem '6 extending into the:
iotally connected to each of them. In funnel
bucket through aperturelin cover 3. The .hold
mountings of the ‘general type described which
‘ingmeans for the guide 5 comp-risesa threaded
have .been available prior to the present inven
tion,.the arms connecting the support ‘and funnel
bushing l2, an extension .9 of a movable member
holding means have been pivotally mounted on . ' 10, and, the nuts 8 ‘for .adjustably holding the
guide and bushingin ?xed position on the ex
thesupport and holding means by pivots which
also constitute part of the means forzadjusting
the tightness of the joints between the arms and
tension 9. .‘Secured to traverse rail 4 by bolts
connected parts. In addition, such ‘adjusting
movable member ill of the funnel holding means
by twopairs of arms 15 and "5 arranged in par
l3"i's.a_ support 14.. Support 1.4 is connected with
means have been located in exposed positions 1
where they have been subject .to-zcorrosion by the
allel relation one ,pair above the other, each pair
acid ‘escaping from the spinning machine. _
Experience has shown that because of the cor
of armsbe'ing pivotallygconnected to support l4
and movable member "Ill by'means of pivot pins
rosive e?ects of theeacidin the neighborhood of
theQmachine, thejoints of the funnel-mountings
become stiff and unworkable after only short
periods of use, and require constant readjust
ment. Further, ‘since the pivots and‘ adjusting
11. The pivot p‘insiproject from the inner faces
7 of the ‘arms into bores ,in- support I4 and member
to, so that when the device is assembled, the
pivotrpins are entirely enclosed within the arms
and support 14, and within the arms and mem
ber_| 0,. The vtwo arms constituting each pair are
means are interdependent, the constant swinging
of the arms on ‘their pivots has a loosening ef .40 adjust'ably joined together by shouldered studs
fect on the joints so that even when the parts are
f8 Whichscrew; into threadedholes 19 in the inner
‘faces of the arms. .The ends of the studs are
not corroded, retention thereof vin a predeter
threaded oppositely that is, one end is left-hand
minedtightbut relatively movable» condition re
quires constant readjustment.
and _the other right-hand so that turning of the
It is a-primary object of the present invention
to .providea swingable tunnel ‘mounting which
functions smoothly and maintainsits tightness
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‘knurled portion intermediate the shoulders tight
ens or loosens the connection between the stud
and the pair of .arms. ~Gaskets ‘20 may bepro
vided between the arms and the shoulders of
at all times-over long periods of use. Another
studs 18. Studs l8, which in cooperation with
object :is to provide a funnel mounting of the
type described in which the means for tighten
the threaded holes in'the sides 'of the arms, af
ing the joints is independent of the pivotal means
ford a ready means of simultaneously adjusting
connecting the pairs of parallel arms to the sup
the relation of the two arms 15 and the two arms
port and. to the funnel holding means. A further
It as to set the joints in any desired tightness,
are disposed intermediately of and independent
object is to provide a stream-lined funnel mount
ing in which the number of exposed movable 55 ly of the pivot pins l1 whereby the arms are con
2,411,035
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pivotal means connecting each pair of arms with
the guide holding means and being entirely en
closed within the arms and guide holding means,
and means independent of the pivotal means
for adjustably joining the two arms of each pair
nected to support l4 and member ID. The studs
are readily available for adjustment by the op
erator. The pivotal movement of the arms on
the support “I and member In of the funnel hold
ing means does not affect the studs or exert fric
tion thereon, causing undue wear or loosening
thereof, ‘and the parts are retained in the ad
together.
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5.;A guide mounting comprising (means for
holding the guide, a support, two pairs of arms
arranged therebetween in parallel relation one
the arms and support l4 and member ID, are not 10 above the other, pivotal means connecting ad
justed position until changed by the operator.
The pivot pins which are entirely enclosed within
. jacent ends of the arms with the support and
effected by acid escaping from the spinning ma
chine, so that the arms remain freely swingable
being entirely enclosed within the support, piv
otal means connecting adjacent ends of the arms
over an inde?nite period of time and the funnel
mounting does not become sti?' or unworkable.
The funnel mounting may be constructed in its
with the guide holding means and being entirely
enclosed within the arms and guide holding
means, and studs disposed intermediately of and
independently of the pivotal means for adjust
such as a resinous material of the type of Bake
ably joining the two arms of each pair together.
lite or Durez, for instance and, preferably, pivot
6. A guide mounting comprising means for
pins are molded or otherwise formed integrally
20 holding the guide, a support, two pairs‘ of arms
with the arms l5 and I6.
arranged therebetween in parallel relation one
Modi?cations may be made in the apparatus
above the other, pivotal means connecting ad
disclosed herein without departing from the spirit
jacent ends of the arms with the support and
and scope of the present invention which is not
being entirely enclosed within the support, piv
to be limited except as necessitated by the ap
entirety of any suitable acid resisting material,
pended claims.
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25 otal means connecting adjacent ends of the arms
.
We claim:
1. A guide mounting comprising means for
holding the guide, a support, and two pairs of
arms arranged therebetween in parallel relation
one pair above the other, pivotal means connect
ing adjacent ends of the arms with the support,
pivotal means connecting the other adjacent
ends of the arms with the guide holding means
with the guide holding means and being entirely
enclosed within the arms and guide holding
means, and shouldered studs disposed intermedi
necting adjacent ends of the arms with the sup
holding means, studs disposed intermediately of
ately of?and independently of the pivotal means
for adjustably joining the two arms of each pair
together.
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7. A guide vmounting comprising means for
holding the guide, a support, two pairs of arms
arranged therebetween in parallel relation one
and means independent of the pivotal connec
tions disposed intermediately of each pair of 35 above the'other, pivotal means connecting ad
jacent ends of the arms with the support and
arms for adjustably joining the arms together.
being entirely enclosed within the arms and
2. A guide mounting comprising means for
support, pivotal means connecting adjacent ends
holding the guide, a support, and two pairs of
of the arms'with the guide holding means and
arms arranged therebetween in parallel relation
one pair above the other, pivotal means con 40 being entirely enclosed within the arms and guide
port and being entirely enclosed within the arms
and support, pivotal means connecting the other
adjacent ends of the arms with the guide holding
means and being entirely enclosed within the 45
arms and guide holding means, and means in
dependent of the pivotal connections, disposed
intermediately of each pair of arms for adjust
ably joining the arms together.
,
and independently of the pivotal means connect
ing the arms with the support and guide holding
means and threaded holes in the arms adapted
to receive the studs to join thetwo arms of each
pair together and permit simultaneous adjust
ment of the joined arms.
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8. A guide mounting‘comprising means for
holding the guide, a support, two pairs of arms
3. A guide mounting comprising means for 50 arranged therebetween in parallel relation one
above the other, one arm of each pair being
holding the guide, a support, two pairs of arms
disposed on one side of the support and guide
arranged therebetween in parallel relation one
holding means, and the, other arm of each pair
pair above the other, pivot pins connecting ad
being disposed on the, opposite side of the sup
jacent ends of the arms with the support and
port and guide holding‘ means, pivot pins con
being entirely enclosed within the arms and
necting the arms of each pair with the support
support, pivot pins connecting adjacent ends of
and being entirely enclosed within the arms and
the arms with the guide holding means and
support, pivot pins connecting the arms of each
being entirely enclosed within the arms and
pair with the guide holding means and being
guide holding means, and means independent
of the pivot pins disposed intermediate the ends 60 entirely enclosed within the arms and guide hold
ing means, studs disposed‘ intermediately of and
of each pair of arms for adjustably joining the
independently of the pivot pins connecting the
two arms of each pair together.
arms with the support and, guide holding means,
4‘. A guide mounting comprising mearns for
and threaded holes in the arms adapted to re
holding the guide, a support, two pairs of arms
arranged therebetween in parallel relation one 65 ceive the studs to join the two arms of each pair
together and permit simultaneous adjustment
above the other, the arms of each pair being
of the joined arms.
disposed on opposite sides of the support and
HUGH D. HALEY.
guide holding means, pivotal means connecting
H. l)_. SCHAFFER.
each pair of arms with the support and being
entirely enclosed within the arms and support, 70
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