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Dec.
1946.
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B. F, LAWRENCE ET AL
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2,412,050
ICE CREAM‘ DISHER
~ Filed Jan. 29, 1945
2 Sheets-Sheet 1
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INVENTORS
BERT F, LAWRENCE
BYEMMA ETHEL LAWRENCE
ATTORNEY
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Dec. 3, 1946.
2,412,050
B. F. LAWRENCE ‘ET AL
ICE CREAM DISHER
2 Shéets-Sheet 2
Filed Jan. 29, 1945
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INVENTORS
BERT F_ LAWRENCE.
‘By EMMA ETHEL LAWRENCE]
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ATTORNEY
2,412,050
Patented Dec. 3, 1,946
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE ,
ICE CREAM DISHER
Bert F. Lawrence and Emma Ethel Lawrence, I
Oregon City, Oreg.
Application January 29, 1945, Serial No. 575,067
4 Claims. (01. 107-48)
1
This invention relates to ice cream dishers and
the primary object of the invention is to provide
a power driven blade assembly within the bowl
of the disher for cutting through the ice cream in
the scooping operation.
A further object of the invention is to provide
2
the blade I2 is driven at a suitable speed by the
motor within the handle 3, shaft 4, worm 5 and
Warm wheel 6. When the bowl has been ?lled
the ice cream can be removed therefrom by ma
nipulating the lever I6 and shaft I6’ operating
the cam I'I within the housing ‘I, moving the
plunger I9 longitudinally of the worm wheel as
sembly distorting or forcing the portion 20 of the
means within the bowl for disengaging the ice
cream from the bowl and away from the cutting
scraper I4 towards the center of the disher, as
mechanism while dispensing the ice cream.
A still further object of the invention is to pro 10 best illustrated in the fragmentary view Figure 6,
causing the ice cream to be disengaged from the
vide a driving means for operating the cutting
scrapers I3, I4 and the cutting blade l2. The dis
blade that will be encased within the handle of
engagement of the ice cream may be assisted by
the disher.
reversing the motor or starting and stopping the
These and other incidental objects will be ap
parent in the drawings, speci?cation and claims. 15 same abruptly by the control switch 20', the de
tails of which I have deemed unnecessary to illus
Referring to the drawings:
trate. The ideal way of disengaging the ice cream
Figure l is a side view of the disher, illustrat
from the cutting blade I2 and the scrapers I3
ing an electric motor embodied within the handle
and M is to provide a motor that can be started
of the disher.
Figure 2 shows an enlarged sectional view of 20 quickly with a jerk or stopped in the same man
ner, by so doing we provide the simplest possible
the bowl and the cutting blade assembly.
way of disengaging the ice cream from the bowl.
Figure 3 is a fragmentary plan view, taken on .
The ice cream may also be dispensed from the
line 4-4 of Figure 1.
bowl by applying a brake to the motor.
Figure 4 is an end sectional view, taken on line
25' Our new and improved disher is easy to keep
5-4 of Figure 2.
clean as the rotation of the blade assembly I2,
Figure 5 illustrates the cutting blade assembly
when immersed in water will scour the inner side
in perspective and removed from the bowl.
of the bowl together with the scrapers I3 and I4
Figure 6 is a fragmentary detail illustrating the
and the blade assembly. In the event it becomes
method of removing the ice cream from the bowl.
Our new and improved ice cream disher con 30 necessary to disassemble the device the scrapers
I3 and I4 may be removed by removing the bolts
sists of a scoop or bowl I ?xedly mounted to the
I5 and pulling the bearing assemblies 9 and I0
handle 2, and having an electric motor located
out of the housing ‘I, together with the worm
within the enlarged portion 3 of the handle. This
wheel and its associated parts,
electric motor drives the shaft 4, and the worm 5.
Having thus described the invention, what is
The worm is ?xedly keyed to the shaft and drives 35
claimed as new, is:
the worm wheel 6 within the housing ‘I.
1. An ice cream disher including a bowl, a cut
The worm wheel 6 is mounted within suitable
ting blade arranged adjacent the edge of the bowl,
bearings 8 and 9. These bearings are preferably
a scraper attached to the cutting blade and ?t
made of a material requiring no oil lubrication,
ting the inner surface of the bowl, a second
but having grooves I0 therein for maintaining a
scraper attached to the cutting blade but free
water type of lubrication, which has been found
from attachment to the ?rst mentioned scraper,
to be very satisfactory type of lubrication for this
a motor for rotating the cutting blade and both
type of a device coming in contact with ice cream
the ?rst and second mentioned scrapers, and me
and the like. These bearings receive water lu
chanical means for distorting the central portion
brication from the clipping bowl that dishers are
of the second mentioned scraper to eject the con
usually stored in and would require no further
tained material from the bowl.
attention.
2. An ice cream disher as de?ned in claim 1,
Fixedly secured to the hub I I of the worm wheel
wherein the mechanical means for distorting the
'6 is a circular cutting blade I2. This blade car
central portion of the second mentioned scrapers,
ries scrapers I3 and I4. The scraper I3 is secured
includes a pin engaging said scraper, and a cam
to the hub I I by the bolts I5. The arms I4 simply
engaging the pin to force same against the
connect to the cutting blade I2 and rests over the
scraper.
top of the scraper I3, best shown in Figures 2
3. An ice cream disher, including a bowl, a hub
and 5.
When the disher is dipped into the ice cream 55 movable through the center of the bowl, a cutter
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mounted on the hub and ?tting the inner surface
of the bowl, a pair of scrapers carried by the cut
ter and operating in the bowl, one of said scrapers
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attached to the cutting blade, said scrapers being
free of each other, a hub in the housing, means
for attaching one scraper to the hub, a pin slid
being attached to the hub, said scrapers being
ably mounted in the hub, a gear on the hub, a
free of each other, a motor for operating the hub 6 worm gear meshing with the gear on the hub,
and thereby the scrapers, and means operating
means extending from the housing to operate the
through the hub for distorting a portion of the
gears, a cam slidably mounted in the housing
scraper which is free of the companion scraper
and engaging one end of the .pin to distort the
to thereby force ‘said ‘scraper away from the sur
free-scraper and remove same from the surface
face of the bowl.
10 of the bowl to eject the material therein.
4. An ice cream disher including a bowl having
a housing at its bottom, a cutting blade in the
BERT F. LAWRENCE.
bowl adjacent the edge thereof, a pair of r-sc'r'apers
EMMIA ETHEL LAWRENCE.
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