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Nov. 5, 1946.
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EYELETING
MACHINE
Filed'Aug. 29, 1944
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Sylvester/1?. G'ookin _
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2,410,495
EYELETING MACHINE
Filed-‘Aug. 29, 1944
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EYELETING MACHINE
Filed Aug. 29, 1944
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EYELETING' MACHINE
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Jylvesfer' R. Gdolgz'n
Patented Nov. 5, 1946
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UNETED STATES PATENT OFFICE
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EYELE'K‘ENG MACHINE
Sylvester R. Gookin, Marsh?eld, Mass, assignor
to United Shoe Machinery Corporation, Flem
ington, N. 5., a corporation of New Jersey
Application August 29, 1944, Serial-No. 551,647
8 Claims.
(Cl. 218-45)
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This invention relates to eyeleting machines
in which mechanism is arranged to feed the work
position to prevent the work-feeding mechanism
from taking effect during the remainder of that
automatically one step after each eyelet has been
inserted, Such a machine is illustrated and, de
scribed in United States Letters Patent No.
2,300,499, granted November 3, 1942, on appli
cation of S. L. Gookin. ,It is to be observed that
the category de?ned above excludes those ma
chines in which the work-feeding stage of each
cycle occurs prior to the eyelet-inserting stage
of the same cycle. The reason for this distinc
tion is hereinafter explained.
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Now, with regard to the distinction mentioned
I in the ?rst paragraph, a machine of the other
category, in which the work-feeding step of each
cycle occurs prior to the eyelet-inserting stage,
is. outside the scope of this invention because
the feeding step of the ?nal cycle is necessary
to place the work in the correct position to re
ceive the corresponding eyelet.
Referring to the drawings,
Fig. 1 is a vertical section of an eyeleting ma
Some types of military boots and sports boots
chine embodying the present invention, the front
are provided with straps stitched to the tops
of the quarters and arranged to be buckled across 15 of the machine being at the left;
Fig. 2 is a top plan view of the work-feeding
the shins above the margins to be eyeleted. No
eyelets are placed where they will be covered
mechanism;
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Fig. 3 is an elevation, partly in section, of the
by the straps, but the nearest eyelets are so near
work-feeding mechanism, the direction of View
the lower edges of the straps that the latter would
foul the edge gage or the presser foot of an eye 20 being the same as Fig. 1. In Figs. 2 and 3 the
movable parts are about 180° of a cycle removed
leting machine of the work-feeding type. A
from their zero or stopping positions;
similar di?'iculty is involved when eyeleting one
Fig. 4 is an elevation of the cam-and~lever as
of the quarters of an upper having a closed
semblage for operating the toggle shown in Fig. 1;
throat at the vamp center, provided the last eye
Fig. 5 is a top plan view of ‘an assemblage in
let of a series is less than a full feeding step from
cluding the work-supporting table, the presser
foot, the movable punch-block, and the work
With regard to the fouling problem above
engaging member of the feeding mechanism;
explained, the present invention provides a solu
Fig.=6 is a vertical section of the parts inter
tion that is applicable to eyeleting machines of
the work-feeding type in which the normal work 30 sected by line VI—VI in Fig. ,5;
Fig. 7 is a sectional front elevation, on a larger
feeding stage of each cycle is later than the
scale, including portions of the work-supporting
eyelet-inserting stage. The solution is provided
table, the feeding member, an eyeleted work
by means under the control .of the operator for
piece, and the punching members;
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rpreventing the normal operation of the Work
the throat.
Fig, 8 is a sectional elevation of an assemblage
feeding mechanism during the ?nal cycle of each CA1‘ 01
including, the clutch-controlling means, the
run of the machine without affecting the nor
mal operation of the eyelet-inserting mechanism
or the normal stopping of the machine. The net
result of such prevention is that an eyelet will
be inserted, but the work will not be fed in the
?nal cycle, regardless of the number of cycles
in a run; but if a run includes more than one
cycle, the ‘work will be fed in each cycle except
the last.
As herein illustrated, the controllable means
for preventing the normal operation of the work
feeding mechanism is coupled with a manually
movable controlling member of a clutch-and~
brake assemblage of a well-known type. These elements are so related that no abnormal effect
will occur so long as the controlling member is
heldin the position that causes the machine to
run, but when that member is shifted to its 'stop—
ping position, as by releasing a clutch-controlling
treadle, it places. the controllable means :in a
means for preventing the normal operation of
the work-feeding mechanism, and coupling
means by which they are connected to coor
dinate their e?ects, the direction of the view
being the same as that of Fig. 1;
Fig. ,9 is a perspective view of the trains of
partsoperable by a single treadle, one of such
trains being that included in Fig. 8;
Fig. 10 isa vertical section through the clutch
and-brake assemblage; and
Fig. 11 illustrates a portion of the top, of a
heavy boot of a. type that presents the problem
with which this invention is concerned.
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In Fig. 11a hand points the direction in which
the work is fed by an eyeleting machine of the
type hereinafterdescribed. ,An edge-gage i2 is
arranged :to guide the lacing edge E3 of a quarter
I4 while-the latter is held against .a table l5v by
55 a spring-‘loaded presser foot I'E (Figs. 1 and 5). A
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broad strap I‘! attached to the top of the quarters
by stitches projects from the edge l3 to be
wrapped around the wearer’s shin and secured to
the other quarter by buckles (not shown) _
If
the strap I1 is folded as represented in Fig. 11, its
leading edge l8 may approach the eyelet-inserting
locality of an eyeleting machine ‘without fouling
the presser foot or some other element of the
machine that would otherwise obstruct its prog
ress, and such folding enables the machine to
insert the last eyelet 29 of a series at the desired
point.
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When a work-piece such as that represented in
Fig. 11 is in the position required to insert the
frame 38 provides a seat for the spring which
exerts its force against the link 35 to raise the tip
of the ?nger 2|.
The lever 33 rocks on a fulcrum pin 39 and is
provided with an arm 48 to be engaged and ar
rested by a stop 4| under control of the operator.
As shown in Fig. 9, the stop 4| is connected to a
treadle 42 which has various functions all de
scribed at a later stage.
The feeding component of the finger 2| is de
rived from a rotary cam 43 (Figs. 2 and 3) strad
dled by portions of a slide 44. The motions of the
slide are communicated to the rod 27 by connec
tions that include a'well-known means for regu
last eyelet 28, the edge iii of the strap may overlie
the shank portion of the edge gage i2, but if one
more feeding step were attempted this edge would
foul the shank of the presser foot. In that event‘
lating the length of the feeding steps.
the work-piece or some element of the machine
are connected by a pivot pin 49. Two trunnions
These
connections include two links 45 and 46 and a
bell-crank 81. The link 155 and the slide 44 are
connected by a pivot stud 48, and the two links
would be damaged. The following description 20 56 formed on the bell-crank engage spaced
will explain how the present invention provides
?anges 5| formed on the rod 21. Regulation of
for eliminating the feeding step in the ?nal cycle
the feeding steps is produced by a manually ad
of every run without affecting the operation of
justable regulator 52 and a yoke 53, the regulator
the machine in any other respect. With the ex
being affixed to a stationary pivot 54 and the yoke
ception of the novel features provided for this
being connected to it by a movable pivot 55 about
purpose, the general organization of the illus
which the yoke swings, The arms of the yoke
trated machine is the same as that described in
the aforesaid Patent No.‘ 2,300,499. For this rea
son the following description will be abbreviated
carry the ends of the pivot pin 49 in an arc of
which the pivot 55 provides a movable center.
The bell-crank 41 oscillates about a ?xed center
with respect to those features that are described
provided by a fulcrum pin 56.
at greater length in the patent above mentioned.
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The eyelet spindle 25 (Fig. 1), spring-loaded as
The work derives its feeding steps from a ?nger
usual, is an element of a setting tool 69 carried
2| (Figs. 1, 2, 3, 5, 6 and '7) the tip of which is
by a plunger 6|, while the punch 24 is carried
formed and arranged‘ to enter a clenched eyelet
by a plunger 62 and is provided with a setting
at the eyelet-setting locality and move from right
shoulder 63 (Fig. '7). Both plungers are arranged
to left while in the eyelet. The normal path of
in ?xed hearings in the frame 38. The plunger
the ?nger tip is represented by a dotted elliptical
5| derives its motions from a crank E34 with which
line‘ 22 in Fig. 7 and the travel is counterclock
it is connected by a lever 65 arranged to rock on
wise. The major portion of this path is below
a fulcrum pin 66. The connection between the
the plane‘of the work-engaging surface of the 40 crank and the leverv is provided by a two-piece
table l5, but the effective portion is above that
block 61 arranged to slide in a slot 68 in the
plane. An opening 23 in the table provides clear
lever.
ance for the ?nger. As each clenched eyelet ex
cept the?nal eyelet of a run is left unobstructed
by the punch 24 and the spindle 25 (both of which
are retracted immediately after the conclusion of
the clenching stage), the tip of the ?nger enters
the eyelet while rising from a position below the
work, but if the eyelet at the setting locality is
the ?nal or only eyelet of a run, the'tip of the
?nger will be prevented from rising high enough
to enter it. In that event the tip of the ?nger
will approach its ?nal position (Fig. '7 ) with travel
along a straight line 26 without engaging the
work at all.‘
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The butt end of the ?nger 2| is a?ixed to a rod.
The plunger 62 derives its motions from a con
jugate cam 68 (Fig. 4) and a lever 10 arranged
to rock on the fulcrum pin 39. A link ll con
nects the lever ‘Hi and the knee pivot 12 of a
toggle comprising links 13 and 74. The link 13
and the frame 38 are connected by an anchor
pivot 15, while the link "i4 and the plunger 62
are connected by a pivot 16.
Eyelets are supplied to the spindle 25 by a
raceway Tl’ a?ixed to a carrier 13. The latter
swings about a vertical axis provided by a pivot
'19 and derives its motions from a 'cam 80 and a
forked lever 8| arranged to rock on the fulcrum
pin 39. The connections for operating the race
way carrier include a link 82, a bell-crank 83,
21 from which it receives its feeding motion. The
rod is movable endwise in a cylindrical sleeve 28
and. a link 34.
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journaled in a bearing 29 in the table | 5. Oscil
The lever ?l- has an arm above the fulcrum
lation of the sleeve rocks the ?nger 2| to raise and 60
pin 39 for shifting a punch-bed 85 to and from
lower its tip, the sleeve having a slot 30 the walls
V a position between the setting tools. The punch—
of which straddle and engage‘ the butt of the
bed is mortised in the table I5 and slides therein.
?nger while permitting the latter to partake of
The connections for shifting it include a link 86
the endwise movements of the 1rod 21. A wider
and a lever 8'! that rocks on a fulcrum stud 88.
slot‘ 3| in the bearing provides clearance for the
The lower end of the lever 81 occupies an open
motions of the ?nger. The sleeve 28- derives itsv
ing in the punch-bed, while the upper end there
rocking motion from a rotary cam 32 (Figs. 1, 8
of has a pin-and-slot connection 89 with the link
and 9) and connections including a lever 33, a
86 that has no modifying effect on the motions
cam roll 34, a link 35', and an arm 35 rigidly re
of the punch~bed when the machine is inopera
lated to the sleeve, A compression spring 31
tion because a tension spring 90 then maintains
(Fig. 1) normally maintains the roll 34 against
the pin at the rear end of the'slot, as shown in‘
its cam and raises the tip of the ?nger 2|, but it
Fig. 1. The only purpose of this pin-and-slot'
also permits the roll to be held away from the
connection is to permit the punch-bed to ‘be dis‘
cam when the machine is about to be stopped at
the ‘conclusion of each run. A portion 0i the 75 placed manually toward the rear when theme;
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chine is stopped 1with the parts in-their'Z-i-nitial
40 vand the ‘stop 4| are so related that if the _
positions.
operator'releases the treadle 1'42 at the conclusion
of any feeding step in a run for within the ?rst
‘The camsi32,-'43,1~69 and-80 are all af?Xed’to
half of the next revolution of the shaft-9|, that
a. driven ‘shaft 9| “which provides the-crank 5164.
A. clutch~and-brake- assemblage or a well-known 5 revolution will be the last of the run. ‘The last
type is mounted on the shaft-iandisunderthe
control of the treadle1-ll2 3(Fig; 9). Albrief- de
scription thereof now follows =as-a' basis-for its
relation to the control-of‘theworkifeeding mech
eyelet 'willbe inserted and clenched during the
?rst half ‘of the last ‘revolution, but the second
half'of that revolution will be compieted without
producing a feeding step.
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Again referring to Fig. 9, the treadle 42 is
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anism in the ?nal cycle ‘of-every run.
utilized also to lift the presser foot l6 when plac
Referring to Fig. 10, the driven member-'92 ‘of
ing a~work~piece on 'thetable l5 or-‘when re
a clutch is keyed to the shaft, but 7the "driving
moving it, but the connections for this purpose
member '93 is not. ‘The latter includes-a'pulley
are described in the Patent No. 23003499 ‘above
and maybe rotated ‘continuously :by-a: belt ‘(not
shown). Lugs 94 carried lby-‘theidriving member 15 mentioned. ‘The pressure ‘foot is affixed to a
rod l9‘! and is normally pressed down by a spring
are arranged to be engaged 'bya key 95 arranged
to'slide in an eccentric bore :in'the 'drivenl-mem“
ber 92. A spring'(not shown) is arran'gedto shift
the right-hand end of the ‘key into the path of
rotation of the lugs, but in'this view the key is
held in a retracted‘position" by a manually mov
ms. When the "heel end of .the'treadle is'de
pressed, it rocks a lever I99 one arm of which is
arranged'to lift the rodvl?'l. The treadle'rand
the lever are connected by a chain |-|t|~v and -a
wire “I ‘to which a tension vspring |‘|2 l-is 2at
tached to take upr'slack in the chain.
If a work-piece (Fig.v I1) is to be providedwith
a series of eyelets, it will be placed on the table
ber 92. A wedgesurface 98 of the head does the 25 IS in a position to locate the ?rst eyelet ‘|~|4'at
the point indicated. The ‘machine ‘inserts an
retracting, but a shoulder '99 ?nally engages the
eyelet during the'?rsthalf of vevery operating
member: 96 to do the arresting.
cycle and imparts a feeding step to ‘the ‘work
The controlling member is normally projected
during the secondlhalflof every cycle except the
into the path of the-head-9'l by --a compression
spring ||l0 that exerts upward‘force against an 30 last. Depressing the toe of the Itrea‘dle'M Itri-‘ps
the clutch and retracts the stop 4| (Fig. 1) from
arm |9| a?ixed to that member. A rod I02‘con
the arm All to the position indicated in solid-lines
necting the treadle :152 2and the controlling mem
in Fig. 8. At the beginning 'of every ‘cycle the
ber provides for tripping the clutch when the
punch Eidescends :to the punch-bed’ 85 and re
operator depresses the toe of- the trea‘d'le. ‘In Fig.
8 the member-96 is ‘shown ashaving been drawn 35 mains at the setting locality while ‘the punch-bed
is ‘retracted. 'Meanwhile, the plunger f6| arises,
down to'release the head 91, but the initial pothe spindle25 picks an eye'let'from the raceway
sition of its upper end is-indicatedby dotted
and the latter ‘moves out of the path of vthat
lines.
plunger whichcontinues to rise until the eyelet
Before the machine is stopped by the vcontrolling member 96 the lever ‘33' (Figs. 1_, 3-‘and 59) 40 is ‘clenched against the shoulder ‘6370f the punch.
Now, the ‘plunger -6| descends and the punch
is arrested by the stop Mwhich-remains in the
rises, leaving the clenched eyelet'unoccupied to
path of the arm 49 until the next tripping move
receive the feeding ?nger 2| which enters it
ment of the controlling member. “The-lstopztll
while‘ithe plunger ‘6| is descending’ in every cycle
and an arm- H13 are both affixed toa rockshaft
I04 journaled in a bracket ‘H16. A link "|05'con— 2;; except the last.
The last permissible feeding step occurs in
nects the arms ||l| and 103. ‘These connections
next to the last operating cycle, at which stage
are so organized that when the controlling mem
the work, after receiving "the second last ‘eyelet
ber 96 is pulled down (Fig’ 8) it'retracts thestop
l|5,'is fed'to its ?nal position for receiving the
4| from the path of the arm 40. The lever 33
is thereby restored to its cam 32 by the same 50 last eyelet 2|]. If the stop 4| (Fig. 8) is shifted
into the path of the arm 40 at any stage during
motion that trips the clutch. If the controlling
the ?rst half of any cycle it will prevent the tip
member is permitted to rise to its initial position
before the nose of the. wedge 98 passes that 10
of the feeding ?nger from rising above the level
cality, the machine will be arrested at the con—
of the line 26 (Fig. 7). The feeding ?nger will
clusion of one revolution of the shaft 9|, but the 55 thereafter run the remainder of its course along
feeding ?nger 2| (Fig. 7) will have no effect dur
the line 26 instead of feeding the work, and will
ing that revolution because the stop 4| will re
remain in the position shown in Fig. 7 while the turn to the path of the arm 40 while the tip of
machine is at rest.
the ?nger is below its horizontal path 26. Con~
Having described the invention, what I claim
sequently, the feeding ?nger will remain in the to as new and desire to secure by Letters Patent of
lower portion of its elliptical orbit and return
the United States is:
along the path 26 to its initial position.
1. In an automatic eyeleting machine of the
On the other hand, if the controlling member
type in which eyelet-inserting mechanism and
96 is held down through one or more revolutions
work-feeding mechanism are power-driven in
before being released, the feeding ?nger 2| will 65 coordinated relation and arranged to install a
traverse its normal orbit in every cycle except’
series of eyelets one at a time in a work-piece
the last and the work will receive feeding steps
and feed the latter one step after each installa
accordingly, but in the last cycle it will remain
tion during the normal operation of the machine;
in the lower portion of its orbit as above ex
the combination comprising controllable means
plained, thereby leaving the last clenched eyelet 70 adapted to prevent engagement of the work by
of the series at the setting locality.
the work-feeding mechanism while the eyelet
In Fig. 8 the two limits of normal travel of
inserting mechanism continues its normal cycle,
the arm 40 are represented, the upper limit there
and manually operable means for controlling said
of (dash lines) corresponding to the lowest point
preventing means.
in the orbit of the ?nger 2| (Fig. 7). The arm 75 2. In an automatic eyeleting machine of the
able controlling member 96. IA headr9'l a?ixed to
the key cooperates withthe'memberBG to retract
the key and toarrest rotation of the driveny-mem»
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type in which eyelet-inserting mechanism and
feeding means are both normally vdriven by a
work-feeding mechanism are driven in coordi
nated relation by a clutch and arranged >to.~in
clutch under control of a manually movable con-V
stall a series of eyelets one at a time in a work
controllable means adapted to prevent engage
piece and feed the latter one step after each in
stallation during the normal operation of the
machine; the combination comprising control
lable means adapted to render the work-feeding
mechanism individually ine?ective while the eye
ment of the work by said work-feeding means,
and means operable by said controlling member
for shifting said controllable means to and from
trolling member; the combination comprising
its preventing position.v
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6. In an automatic eyeleting machine of the
let-inserting mechanism continues its normal 10 type in which eyelet-setting means and work
cycle, manually operable meansior controlling
feeding means both derive their operating mo
the clutch, and means operable by the clutch
tions from a clutch-and-brake assemblage under
controlling means -for controlling said control
control of a manually movable starting and stop
lable
means.
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ping member; the combination comprising \a
movable stop adapted to prevent engagement of
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3. ‘In an automatic eyeleting machine of the
type-in which eyelet-inserting mechanism and
the work by the work-feeding means, and means
operable by starting movement of said starting
and stopping member for retracting said stop
work-feeding mechanism are, driven in coordinat
ed relation by a clutch and arranged to install
a series of eyelets one at a time in a work-piece
and feed the latter one step after each installa
tion during the normal operation'of the machine;
the combination comprising controllable means
adapted to render the work-feeding mechanism
individually ineffective while the eyelet-inserting
mechanism continues its normal cycle, manu
ally operable means including a member movable
to'one position‘for tripping said clutch and to
from its preventing position.
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7.In an automatic eyeleting machine of the
type in which a power-operated work-feeding
?nger normally enters a clenched eyelet in a
work~piece to feed the latter with respect to eye-'
let-setting means; the combination comprising
a power-driven clutch, a manually movable mem-‘
her for controlling the clutch; means driven by
the clutch for operating the eyelet-setting means
another position for stopping the machine, and
through one or more cycles, means driven by the
means operable by said manually operable means
clutch for operating said ?nger through one or
for controlling said controllable means to per 30 more work-feeding cycles, a membercoupled with
mit normal operation of'the work-feeding mech
said controlling member for restraining said ?n
anism when said member occupies the position
ger from engaging the work, and means for coop
?rst speci?ed but to prevent such'operation when
erating with said controlling member to arrest
said member occupies its stopping position. ‘
the eyelet-setting means after said restraining
4. In an automatic eyeleting machine of the
member takes control of the feeding ?nger.
type in which a work-feeding member is nor
8. In an automatic eyeleting machine-‘of the
mally thrust into and retracted from successive
type in which one of two coordinated power
clenched eyelets in a work-piece by ‘one power
driven mechanisms is arranged to install eyelets
driven means and otherwise reciprocated by an
other power-driven means to impart one or more
steps of feeding movement to the» work-piece;
the combination comprising ‘controllable means
arranged to restrain said member _from engaging
successively in a Work-piece and the other nor
mally thrusts a work-feeding member into the
installed eyelets’ successively and moves that
member sidewise to impart feeding movement to
the work-piece; the combination comprising con
trollablemeans adapted to restrain said work
a clenched eyelet orthe work-piece while said
other power-driven means continues- its normal 45 ieeding member from entering the work-piece
cycle, and manually operable means-for control
while the, eyelet-installing mechanism’ continues
ling said restraining means.
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its normal-cycle, and manually operable means
5. In an automatic eyeleting machine of the
for controlling said restraining means.
type in which, eyelet-setting means and work
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SYLVESTER R. GOOKIN ' '
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