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Патент USA US2411318

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Patented Nov. 19, q1946
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Ignazio DeLBagno, Belleville, N. J., assigner of
ñfty per cent‘to Mary Del Bagno, Belleville,
Application september 12, i945, serial No. 615,739
3 Claims.
(o1. 294-26)
'I'his invention relates to a wire hook, and more
particularly to such a hook adapted for the en
gagement and positioning of wire as operated
upon by a wire drawing machine.
A primaryobject of this invention is the pro
visíonof a hook adapted to engage the wire
adapted to be positioned `about the rollers and
through the dies of a multiple head wire-draw
ing machine wherebythe wire may be positioned
Without the necessity of the operator placing his
hands in the soapy solution surrounding the roll
Figure 5 is a top plan View of the hook shown
in Figures 2, 3 and 4.
Similar reference characters refer to similar
parts throughout the several views of the drawing.
Referring now to the drawing, there is generally
indicated at I0 a tank or vat adapted to contain
the customary soap and Water lubricating` solu
tion, generally indicated at I I. Positioned trans
versely of the vat IIJ are a pair of feed rollers I2
and I3, driven in any desired conventional man»
ner (not shown), between which is positioned a
die holder I4 suitably supported at the ends of the
tank I0, adapted to carry a plurality ofj pairs of
An additional object of the invention is the
aligned dies I5. The dies may be of any con
provision of such a hook provided with means 15 ventional type, and of any desired number in
ers and dies in a conventional machine of this
whereby wire of any desired diameter may be
accordance with the particular machine, the hook,
comprising the instant invention and `t0 be here
>Still another object of the invention is the pro
inafterdescribed, being adapted for use with any
readily grasped thereby.
vision of such a wire` so arranged and constructed
that the'wire may be bent through the multiple
aligned dies of the conventional wire-drawing
machine without the necessity of inserting the
hands, arms, or any parts thereof into the solu
tion surrounding the rollers and dies at any time.
A still further object of the invention is the
desired conventional type of wire-drawing ma
chine. .
Referring particularly to Figure l, inthe oper
ation of the machine the wire I6 is fed from‘any
suitable desiredl source in the direction indicated
Ibythe arrows I'I toward the first pair of dies I5a,
passed through the dies and about the roller I2,
thence around the rollers I2 and I3 and through
provision of such a hook provided with means
the second pairloi dies Iñb (see Fig. l). The wire
whereby the same may be` readily positioned on
is then fed through the further pairs of dies until
the side of the tank containing the solution and
finally emergingfrom the last set of dies l I5c, the
retained in position thereon when not in use.
A still further object of the invention is the 30 wire, now reduced to the desired diameter, leads
inthe direction of the arrow I8 to any desired
provision of such a wire so formed and arranged
reel for storage or the like. Obviously, in replac
as to facilitate the positioning of the wire through
ing the reels containing the wire to be treated,
the aligned dies of the machine with a minimum
and the final product, and in feeding the wire to
of difficulty and effort.
Other objects will in part be obvious and in . the dies, it is necessary that the wire be passed
through the soapy solution II, and heretofore
part be pointed out hereinafter and shown in the
this has been done manually. Due to the fact
accompanying drawing wherein there is disclosed
,that the solution becomes hot, and the soap con
a preferred embodiment of this inventive con
tained therein is frequently of a caustic nature,
40 this operation has been diiiicult and unpleasant
In the drawing:
and has frequently resulted in irritation of the
Figure 1 is a fragmentary top plan view of a
arms and hands of the workers. The present in
multiple die Wire-drawing machine disclosing the
vention is designed to reduce the unpleasantness
arrangement of the wire as passed through the
of such task, and to obviate the necessity of plac
Figure 2 is a transverse sectional view through
the tank, rollers, and die holders, disclosing the
hook of the instant invention in one po-sition of
ing the hands and arms in the water at any time.
The present invention comprises a wire gener
ally indicated at 20, and including a substantially
vertical portion 2| terminating at one end in a
reverse bend 22 to provide a vertical portion 23
Figure 3 is a View' similar to Figure 2 but dis 50 parallel to the portion 2|, which terminates in
closing the hook in a different position of adjust
a looped handle 24 positioned in substantially
right angles to the portion 23. At its opposite
Figure 4 is a view similar to Figures 2 and 3 but
extremity, the portion 2I is lbent, as at 25, to
disclosing the hook in a still further position of
merge into a horizontal portion 26 which, in turn,
55 terminates in a bend 21 of relatively Wide radius
adjustment, and
adapted to pass about the feed roller I 2, as will be
pointed out hereinafter, the bend 2T merging into
an angularly vdisposed portion 28 which is
crimped, as at 29, to form a notch 3û. It will be
seen that the notch 30 progressively narrows to
ward the point 29, in order that any desired di
ameter of wirermay be wedged thereinto and
cessive dies when the same is positioned in opera
tive relation with respect thereto.
From the foregoing, it will now be seen that
there is herein provided an improved wire hook,
fil accomplishing all the objects of this invention,
and others, including many advantages of great
practical utility and commercial importance.
As many"v embodiments may be madeof this in
firmly grasped therewithin. At its farthest ex
tremity, the wire terminates in a bend 3| which
ventive concept, and as many modifications may
may form a finger grip. It is to be understood 10 be made in the embodiment hereinbefore shown
that in the foregoing the terms vertical and hori
and described, it is to be understood that all
zontal are purely relative, and relate to those
matter herein is to be interpreted merely as illus
sections of the wire which assume vertical and
trative and not in a limiting sense.
horizontal positions when the Wire is arranged as
I claim:
disclosed in Figure 2.
1. A wire hook comprised of a single piece in
From the foregoing, the method of use of the
cluding a handle, a portion at right angles to the
' wire hook should be readily understandable.
handle, a 180° bend terminating in a portion par
When not in use, the device may assume the
allelto said first-mentioned portion, an extend
position disclosed in Figure 2 with the upper ex
' ing portion, an angularly disposed portion ex
tremity of one of the side walls of the tank IIJ 20 tending upwardly and inwardly with respect to
engaging between the portions 2 I and 23, thus -re
said extending portion, and a wire clamping por
taining the wire hook` in position ready for oper
tion adjacent the'extremity of said angularly dis-posed portion.
ation. The portion 26 will extend beneath the
2. A wire hook comprised of a single piece in
rollers I 2 and I3, and the arcuate portion 28
terminating in the wire-gripping jaw 30 will ex
cluding a handle, a portion at right angles to the
tend upwardly and be positioned above the level
handle, a 180° bend terminating in a portionV par
of the soapy solution II_ at a point adjacent the
allel to said first-mentioned portion, an extend
ing portion, an angularly disposed portionl ex
dies I5, and slightly thereabove. When it is de
tending upwardly and inwardly 'with respectto .
sired to utilize the device for replacing the wire
through the dies, it will be seen that the wire 30 said extending portion, and a wire clamping por
tion adjacent the extremity of said angularly
I6 may be wedged into the jaws 3Q, and the
disposed portion, said wire-clamping portion com
device grasped by the handle 24, lifted from the
edge of the tank IIl, and moved to the position
prising a V-shaped bend in said angularly dis
posed portion.
disclosed in Figure 3, drawing the wire down
wardly about the roller I2, and thence toward
the operator past the roller I3. The hook '2li may
then be lifted clear of the solution to the position
disclosed in Figure 4, and the wire drawn up
wardly out of the solution. The extremity of the
3. A wire hook comprised of a single piece-in
cluding a handle, a portion at right angles to
the handle, a 1‘80" bend terminating in a portion
parallel to said first-mentioned portion, an ex
tending portion, an angularly disposed portion
wire I6 may then be grasped by the free hand, 40 extending upwardly and inwardly with respect to
said extending portion, and a wire clamping por
and reinserted through the next successive pair
tion adjacent the extremity of said angularly dis
of dies I5, and the device re-positioned, as shown
posed portion, said wire-clamping portion com
in Figure 2, with the jaws 30 adjacent the next
prising a V-shaped bend in said angularly dis
successive pair of dies and positioned to have
posed portion and said angularly disposed por
the Wire re-grasped therein, whereupon the op
eration may be successively repeated until the
tion including van arcuate portion adapted to par
machine is set up and ready for operation. It is
tially surround a feed roller in a wire-drawing
to be understood that during this operation the
feed rollers I2 and I3 are constantly rotated in
order to feed and force the wire through the suc
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